Health Officials Worry Kansas City Doesn't Have Enough Contact Tracers To Hold Back The Next Wave Of COVID-19
Stay-at-home orders are beginning to lift in the Kansas City metro, and people will begin coming into closer contact. But the coronavirus pandemic is not over. That means conversations about how to stay safe will involve the new and potentially uncomfortable idea of contract tracing.
Tuesday, May 05, 2020
Kansas City Desperately Seeking Small Army Of Coronavirus Contact Tracers
We talked about the recruiting effort yesterday and just a few moments ago, public radio repeated our local journalism with their own "concerning" wordy report . . .