Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Public Health Push Back Surges Amid COVID

Missouri & Kansas are at the crux of this note which reveals widespread skepticism and frustration with local regulations . . . Sent by a KICK-ASS TKC READER, this note offers a bigger picture on local small biz frustration with city hall.

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Pandemic backlash jeopardizes public health powers, leaders

Tisha Coleman has lived in close-knit Linn County, Kansas, for 42 years and never felt so alone. As the public health administrator, she's struggled every day of the coronavirus pandemic to keep her rural county along the Missouri border safe.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...


But remember when Fauci who said this virus was coming before it was released back in 2016 said, don't were a mask over and over and over and over and over again? Then said six ft apart was fine to do? Then said wear a mask and stay in the house?

Come on man.

Alpinista said...

Everyone predicted a pandemic. There's no conspiracy. We have always had pandemics. We will have more in the future. That's nature.

He said clearly that he didn't want consumers buying up all of the masks. There weren't very many to begin with, & he was concerned that the front line workers wouldn't have enough.

MDSF said...

.....Fauci in 2021!

SHUT UP
MASK UP
Y'FUKUP!