Friday, August 21, 2020

Coronavirus Giving Kansas City Depression

Restrictions and renewed lockdowns are taking their toll on cowtown mental health . . . Here's a look at one local residence coping with lower expectations and emotional challenges whilst dealing with the "new normal" of the pandemic.

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Residents say KC apartment's COVID-19 visitor restrictions causing depression

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Residents at a low-income apartment building are pushing for management to ease some COVID-19 restrictions. Seniors who live at Brush Creek Tower Apartments on Emanuel Cleaver II Boulevard said they've been limited to two visitors a month since April. They said the months-long isolation is too much and forcing families apart.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

If the media starts reporting the actual suicide rate, you'll know the issue has been far worse, for far longer. They don't like reporting on it because they know they can't do it right and it ends up driving up the rate.

But at a certain point, their own failures can't stop them from reporting the news.

Anonymous said...


You can't tell someone who or how many visitors can come to their house. But that is what the liberal left wants to do, force families apart and break the country.

These people and their families need a good lawyer to fight this. They have tons of contradictions to take to court. One being the BLM riots where thousands gathered to destroy the city, and the mayor letting them do it and telling police to stand down. Putting these people in isolation like that is tyranny. I hope those residents are smart enough to slap a law suit on the management or whoever is in charge of the complex.

Anonymous said...

@5:00, you're "sleep-posting" again, take your meds.

Bandit said...

Between the suicides, the shootings and the coronavirus deaths the Demonrats are going to be minus a bunch of voters. They will be trolling the graveyards soon!

Anonymous said...

I never leave my grandma's basement anyway. Nothing new here. Move along, people. I have many Tony's KC blog posts to comment on, all day long, every day. That's my job and the pandemic isn't getting in my way.

Anonymous said...

Irony, thy name is fitting

Anonymous said...

People are flocking out of the apartments for a number of reasons now, add this one to the list.

It’s interesting that 2500 wrestlers plus their family members can come to kc and do what they want and city hall isn’t panicking about them but kc residents are being threatened with another shutdown.

Bandit said...

And it will remain this way until after the election. Q Ball will never admit that but it is what he will do.

Anonymous said...

The Boy Blunder and his sidekick Rex Archer cannot be bothered worth worrying about old folks who are suffering under their lockdown orders. They have better things to do, like lecturing all the little people about their supreme wisdom and absolute authority over the little people that gives them.

Anonymous said...

I am Donald Trump and I approve this message and I take no responsibility at all

Anonymous said...

I, Donald Trump, saved millions of lives by locking down this great country after the first outbreak. Had I not taken that bold first step, for which I was called xenophobic, millions of people would have died from the China flu (or as Governor Cuomo calls it, the European flu - fidiot). On a serious note, one of my buddies got laid off from working in a factory that produces vital parts for ventilators. I guess we had plenty.

Bandit said...

Guido Cuomo is a cartoon caricature of a mafia wannabe. His brother Fredo is a complete fraud.

Anonymous said...

"I wonder what Bandit Darville's opinion is on this matter..." said no one ever.