Thursday, November 26, 2020

Downtown Kansas City Jackson County Jail Suffers Worsening COVID-19 Outbreak

There's continued outcry for more early releases as the pandemic surge becomes more serious. Here's a glimpse at local officials working to contain the surge inside prison walls . . . Read more:

COVID outbreak at Jackson County jail, a week after 90 inmates went into quarantine

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A week after 12 people at the Jackson County Detention Center tested positive for COVID-19, the county health department is now saying the location has an outbreak of 122 confirmed cases so far. Jackson County Sheriff Darryl Forte announced on Nov.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

18 sided building

Anonymous said...

nope, a 19 sided building.

Charlie Horse said...

I worked Court IT in the short building second from the left. The top floor had prisoners who passed their time by flushing socks down the toilets which flooded the offices below where we worked. Lady who emptied our offices' trash said she had to clean up "Doo doo feces 💩" the inmates smeared around their jail cells. Hope everyone of those bastards got life in prison.

Anonymous said...

Gosh what an interesting story

Anonymous said...

What is their rate for HIV infection rate ? You know, the other pandemic for the last 40 years.

Anonymous said...

90 in quarantine is not 90 iwith covid, fucking drama queens.

Anonymous said...

The inmates dying would be great. I hope the guards are ok.

Anonymous said...

They never talk about that. Isnt it over?

Anonymous said...

No. Its 122 with covid. Idiot.

Anonymous said...

It wouldn't be so bad if they changed the air filters more often.But they can't because I sell them to the jail and they haven't paid me for the last batch and I refuse to sell them anymore. Jackson County is a deadbeat.