Just like the rest of the nation, the local numbers are getting worse. And so, as we quickly approach the election, take a glimpse at the quotient of misery worsening for parents who are now forced to play teacher and accommodate healthcare needs.
Kansas City Public Schools announced Monday that it will delay in-person classes for its hybrid model because of increasing COVID-19 positivity rates."After some weeks of declining positivity rates, we are now seeing data that is trending upward again - particularly within our attendance boundaries."The data indicates that we are not below the 10% positivity rate within our boundaries.