Friday, February 19, 2021

Celebrate: Kansas City COVID Rules Relaxed Just In Time For Big 12

A local comeback is CAUTIOUSLY underway as elected officials attempt to balance public health with a return to normal revenue generating traditions.

Brief aside . . .

Don't get TKC's skepticism twisted. Even though I was pre-med at the city college, a blogger is FAR from and NOT a doctor. When making any health decision, use your own good judgement and medical advice from a REAL DOCTOR not a bunch of dorks on the Internets.

Accordingly, here's hopeful hoop news . . .

Big 12 to allow some fans at 2021 tournament

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Some fans will be allowed at the men's and women's Big 12 Tournament this year. Kathy Nelson, president and CEO of the Kansas City Sports Commission, said the tournament will operate at 20% fan capacity. There will be no fan fest on Grand Boulevard or team rallies in the Power and Light District.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Q: Why did Quinton abruptly relax the rules?


A: He heard the "Big 12" was coming to town, and hoped to squeeze in a personal performance!

Reality Speaker said...

Report: Wuhan Lab Received US Funds, Still Eligible Into 2024
peter daszak raises his left hand in china
EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak (AP)
By Brian Trusdell | Thursday, 18 February 2021 10:56 PM

The Wuhan Institute of Virology – the China lab U.S. intelligence has tied to the worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus – received U.S. funding from 2014 to 2019 for studies on bat-based coronaviruses and

is eligible to receive American taxpayer funding through January 2024,

the Daily Caller reported, citing the National Institutes of Health.

The WIV received $600,000 of U.S. government funding through the New York-based non-profit group EcoHealth Alliance, the Daily Caller said.

Anonymous said...

^^^ That came courtesy of obummer and dumber, our current president asterisk

Anonymous said...

It won’t go well. The mayor Lucas curse is on the city..super spreader big 12 tournament.