by: FOX 4 Newsroom Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY METRO - As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the U.S., several governments at both the state and local levels have extended stay-at-home orders past their original ending dates. Regional public health officers and directors in the nine-county Kansas City metropolitan area have recommended extending the orders until May 15.
Saturday, April 18, 2020
Kansas City Metro Stay At Home Orders Could Soon Conflict With One Another
For the most part May 15th seems to be the goal across the "Core 4" counties but rural Missouri & Kansas want to get moving a couple weeks ahead of that date and the ensuing traffic could create confusion . . . Checkit: