The hometown numbers seem to be holding steady whilst Missouri & Kansas report steady increases.
Here's the latest list we're linking . . .
KCMO Health Department: At last count recorded 730 positive COVID-19 cases and 16 deaths.
KMBC: The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 177 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, bringing the statewide total to 9,666. Health officials said 23 more patients died from the virus. There have now been 472 deaths across Missouri from COVID-19.
KCTV5: The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reports 6,751 confirmed cases with 157 deaths. And 250 new cases.
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Fmr Prez Sparks Controversy
'Chaotic disaster': Obama hits Trump's coronavirus response, warns of disinformation ahead of election
After largely staying out of the fray since leaving the White House, former President Barack Obama pointedly criticized the Trump administration on a range of issues while also sounding the alarm about the spread of misinformation ahead of the presidential election as he rallied former members of his administration to join him in doing all they can to back his former vice president.
Show-Me More Reopen Worries
On Monday, Missouri will allow concerts to resume for the first time since the state's stay-at-home order started at the beginning of April. Yes, concerts, where people usually pack together, breathing the same air. Apparently, the Missouri government believes it will be safe if people attending stand 6 feet apart.
Wall Street Winning Won't Help Main Street Recovery
Main Street thinks Wall Street is crazy. Wall Street thinks Main Street is going to be relatively OK. That's the apparent message after the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped more than 400 points Friday and stocks continued a torrid rebound despite data that showed the U.S.
Weed Wins Vs. COVID-19
Companies POLITICO spoke to in more than a half-dozen states said they are adding thousands of workers despite the pandemic. In most cases, these hiring plans were already in the works prior to the public health crisis, but the economic paralysis gripping much of the rest of the economy largely hasn't derailed those plans.
American Voters Still Support Prez Trump Amid Pandemic
President Donald Trump's campaign is about to unleash a "Death Star" against former Vice President Joe Biden, according to campaign manager Brad Parscale. In any other era with any other president, such imagery might seem out of place. It makes sense for Trump.
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