Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Kansas City Hopes College Thanksgiving Return Trip Won't Kill Grandma

Mainstream public health concern and maybe a reason to leave granny a smooch on the screen door, have her stick a slice of pie in the mailbox and then split.

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Health Experts Concerned About Another Coronavirus Spike As Kansas and Missouri College Students Return Home for the Holidays

Kansas City health experts are worried about another COVID-19 outbreak as college students across Kansas and Missouri head home this week for Thanksgiving. The University of Kansas Health System announced at its daily briefing Wednesday that 91 patients have active COVID-19 cases, with 47 in the intensive care unit and 21 on ventilators.

3 comments:

Bandit said...

Knock off the Chicken Little crap already!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Get your own blog and never come back here.

Anonymous said...

The vaccine is on its way, so tell Grandpa and Grandma, "Just don't die on me between now and then." Thank you, President Trump, for getting the vaccine in our hands faster than any leader in history. We know Uncle Joe would have taken a year to get out of the basement.