Locally, we didn't see the Thanksgiving COVID-19 spike that health officials worried about but other parts of the nation did, in fact, confront a DEADLY uptick.
Either way, KCI and a lot of other places are crowded today.
And so we encourage locals to use their BEST JUDGEMENT according to their own very specific health needs along with care & consideration for others.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is begging people to stay home this year in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Still, thousands of people in the metro are planning to travel over the Christmas holiday weekend. Kansas City International Airport said they're expecting about 100,000 travelers.