Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Kansas City Needs Coronavirus Snitches

Despite the escalating pandemic recession impacting small biz most of all, there is work to be found and it mostly involves spying on friends and neighbors.

Take a look:

Kansas City area continues to see demand for contact tracers

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Elizabeth Mardis feels like she's making a difference each time she picks up the phone. She normally works as a bilingual customer service specialist at the Johnson County, Kansas, Health Department. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she's volunteered to help the department with contact tracing .


Anonymous said...

Need contact tracers??? Then send some Karen's out to Arrowhead. I'm sick of this BS but yet nothing is done to keep the chiefs and their fat drunk friends off the field. You want to point a finger point it at the liberals who are spreading the virus with their...rules for thee but not for me.

Anonymous said...

That's why I would nevar go to a place that wanted my information for some future guv forced quarantine, and why if I "had" to go to a place where I was supposed to put my name and number it would certainly not be the real one. Should put Byron Funkhouser, (816) 513-6309 (KC health department for those curious).

Anonymous said...

gawd how stupid do have to be to be sitting in your office talking on the phone with a mask on.

Anonymous said...

Just follow the Parsons and the MAGAt wanna-be bikers.