Kansas has become a virus hotspot and there's an ongoing and pointless debate about masks that has turned into a partisan issue . . . Today, the White House doc hoped to provide reassurance.
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Deborah Birx to Kansas City: ‘Don’t be cavalier about getting this virus’
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White House Talks Spike In Coronavirus Numbers
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Kansas City metro stands at a crossroads of sorts. That's the viewpoint of Dr. Deborah Brix, the Trump administration's coronavirus response coordinator. Dr. Brix visited the University of Kansas Medical Center on Saturday afternoon as part of a Midwestern tour to observe areas affected by large numbers of positive coronavirus [...]
Doc Talks Turning Point
White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx says Kansas is at a turning point to get the state's positivity rate under control. Birx traveled to the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas, as a part of a multi-state tour to talk with governors and health officials about local efforts to combat COVID-19.
White House Support Of Local COVID Crackdown
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dr. Deborah Birx spoke with Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly and participated in a roundtable discussion with state health officials Saturday afternoon in Kansas City, Kansas. The White House coronavirus response coordinator and world-renowned global health official and physician came to the metro to learn about local efforts in the fight against COVID-19.
School Comeback Talk
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- A member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force was in the Kansas City metro today to discuss both Kansas and Missouri's COVID-19 status. At the University of Kansas Medical Center, Dr. Deborah Birx touched on a number of topics with regard to COVID-19 in our area.
Mask Debate Question: Do You Know Better Than Dr. Birx???
President Donald Trump's top coronavirus adviser used a visit to Kansas to urge people to wear masks regardless of where they live. Dr. Deborah Birx, coordinator of the White House coronavirus task force, said Saturday, that the epidemic is both urban and rural. She was in Kansas City, Kansas, for a meeting with Kansas Gov.
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