Monday, October 12, 2020

Jackson County COVID-19 Outbreak Worsens

To be fair, this facility has more than it's share of problems beyond the pandemic but the latest virus stats aren't encouraging from a facility that has already been tagged for some very serious public health violations.

Check the latest:

Jackson County Detention Center reports 51 COVID-19 cases

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Jackson County Detention Center has reported 51 COVID-19 cases, according to Sheriff Darryl Forte. In an update posted to Twitter Monday afternoon, Forte said there also are 300 inmates in quarantine or precautionary quarantine. The detention center reported three positive cases in April among inmates, and two months later saw five cases from "non-inmates."

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

For the umpteenth time, "cases" don't mean SQUAT!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pay attention to hospitalizations and deaths.

The coronavirus kills as many people as the typical seasonal influenza.

Anonymous said...

Nope. Just checked tic toc no new nurse, doctor hospital videos.

A real plague doesn't need msm propaganda and lies, you'd see it with your own eyes.

Anonymous said...

10:13 do you have any citations to back up your claim? No, you don't because you are a liar.

Anonymous said...

2:23 I have seen it with my own eyes. My neighbor died of it and that Trump supporter has infected almost half the neighborhood. You Moron.

Anonymous said...

723 if was a real threat everyone would have this experience, but we do not.

150 neighbors dying in a city of 100s of thousands is not a plague.

Most don't even know they get it because so mild.

If you are over 80 and in poor health then take precautions.