Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Clay County COVID-19 Crackdown Just As Strict As Kansas City

Suburbanites are following the lead of our cowtown and hoping that drastic pandemic precaution will help bring them out of Winter "dark days" just a bit more quickly . . . Check-it:

Clay County issues renewed COVID-19 restrictions

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Clay County is the latest metro area to reinstitute tighter restrictions to help stop the spread of COVID-19, including limiting indoor gatherings to 10 people or less. Beginning Nov. 23, establishments that serve food and drinks indoors can only operate at 50% capacity and must close by 10 p.m.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

The courts in Clay County are having plenty of sessions with superficial protection

Sure they limit the number of people in the courtroom, but the long by is full of people who are not social distancin.

Anonymous said...

...the lobby, not the long buy...m.

And Belton mo. Municipal court shut down for two weeks because a clerk got Covid.

Anonymous said...

In every county the courts are the unsuspected spreaders...people meet there are spread out later all over the county. No one has dared mention this

Anonymous said...

Obey the Law and stay out of Courtrooms until this "it doesn't exist" is over.

Anonymous said...

5:49...good advice. But plenty of scumbags won't take it and the courts will end up being superspreaders to the rest of us. So they are equally responsible.

Anonymous said...

Clay County, just as stupid as Jackson this time around.