KANSAS CITY MAYOR QUINTON LUCAS FINALLY CANCELS COVID CURFEW!!!

There has never been any scientific evidence that COVID-19 is more contagious after dark. Accordingly, today Mayor Q has allowed residents and businesses in Kansas City just a bit more privilege to make adult decisions. 

OR at the very least, these are the new rules until the 'U.K. Variant' sends everybody back inside and/or things calm down after Prez Kamala is crowned. 

Check-it . . . 

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas announced updated COVID-19 guidelines for Kansas City effective at 10 p.m. Friday.

- Restaurants, bars, and taverns may resume operating according to their permitted hours, and no longer need to close to in-person service at midnight, though these establishments must follow Social Distancing Requirements between separate parties and tables, from back of chair to back of chair.

- All attendees and staff at events must follow masking and social distancing guidelines. While events are no longer required to submit a mitigation plan, the Kansas City Health Department will be available for consultation to ensure safety at these events.

- Provided all attendees follow masking and social distancing guidelines, there is no upper limit on gathering size.

Mayor Q risks straining his arm by patting himself on the back in this passage . . .

“I thank Kansas Citians and local businesses for their cooperation and for doing their part to slow the spread of COVID-19 over the past several months during a period where our region, much like the country, experienced a significant uptick in COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths,” said Lucas. “Back then, we said that these restrictions were meant to get us through a very tough moment—and they did. I am proud that due to these efforts, we have been slowly but surely curbing the infection rate in our community, with 10 weeks of decline in COVID-19 cases, taking us back down to early October levels. As we work to get more Kansas Citians vaccinated each day and continue to enforce common sense COVID-19 precautions, Kansas City government is also focused on economic recovery.”

From the courthouse . . .

Jackson County Executive statement on health order

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement today regarding Jackson County’s COVID-19 health order:

“At this time, I am in the process of evaluating the County’s current COVID-19 health order with our health department director and emergency management coordinator.

“Throughout this pandemic, the County has worked hard to keep its guidelines consistent with neighboring jurisdictions to lessen confusion and ensure compliance among businesses and residents. While we maintain that commitment, our decisions will continue to be guided by science and recommendations of public health experts.

“An announcement on changes, if any, to the County’s health order is not expected until late next week. If the guidelines are relaxed, it is important for everyone to remember that COVID-19 remains a serious threat to our community’s health and safety. Masks, social distancing and frequent hand washing are still necessary prevention practices until we can all get vaccinated.

“I am extremely grateful for the sacrifice, compassion and resilience our community has shown for nearly a year. If we continue to do our part, we will emerge from this pandemic safer and stronger than ever.”

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Check the links . . .

Fox4: Kansas City cutting back on COVID-19 health restrictions for restaurants, bars, events

KCTV5: Mayor Lucas announces updated COVID-19 guidelines for Kansas City

KSHB: KCMO to loosen some COVID-19 restrictions as cases decline

KMBC: New COVID-19 rules allow KCMO bars to operate in normal hours, lifts event size restrictions

KCUR: With Updated COVID-19 Order, Kansas City Mayor Eases Restrictions On Bars, Restaurants

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Comments

  1. Not looking forward to the 2024 election cycle. If we have one at all.

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    1. ^^^

      Of course we'll have elections. Only now the ballot will be mailed to you!

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    2. Even easier. They'll fill it out for you!

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  2. How ‘bout removing the ridiculous mask wearing rule.

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  3. I guess now he will focus on black on black crime?

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  4. Less than a month after inauguration day!

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  5. Kim Jong Un2/19/21, 1:57 PM

    You Americans give me good laugh.

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  6. That's all the little weasel does is pat himself on the back. That and post copious amounts of selfies along with a special little narrative that paints himself as a hero and everyone else as a loser. Oh, and blocking constituents who post anything critical on his little FB page. This guy's schtick was old from day 1, but don't tell that to his slavish, mindless followers. The sooner he's gone, the better. He's the worst thing that's ever happened to Kansas City.

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  7. Too little too late.

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  8. Frank White, the sciency genius, is not so sure. Hopefully all of the other surrounding jurisdictions follow suit or push back even more.

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  9. Did the racist Lucas finally figure out the city with dying? Everyone was going outside the KC limits, good luck getting them back. You can't keep a city closed like that. How much you wanna bet he changes his mind. He only does what his other radical friends do in NY he can't think for himself.

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  10. Now that the Karencrats have stolen the government their plandemic is over.

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  11. @1:58, I wholeheartedly agree with you, but that said, KCMO is lost. The vast majority of voters love mayor selfies and his progressive policies of fiscal illiteracy that are literally bankrupting the City. I'm out, and I'm trying to advise a good buddy to do the same before his 350k house drops to 200k.

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  12. Good idea to get out now. Johnson County is thriving will all kinds of new restaurants and businesses popping up. KCMO is dying fast, and this pos Mayor put the final stake through its heart.

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  13. Did Mayor McKneely finally figure out just how much revenue has been lost over the last year? The damage is done dumbass. One term only. Good luck with the E-tax renewal. I voted for it last time but you aren't fooling me again.

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  14. Vote early and often. Help fill out the ballots of other brain dead family members / deceased family and household pets. Don't forget non english speaking non citizens, they need to be counted for economic redistricting and redistribution of wealth in return for votes.

    That's how it works.
    Cynical, you bet your ass!

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  15. No on the E Tax.

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  16. Just in time for the Big 12 tournament. Coincidence?

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  17. Yep, Big 12 ballerz doing their on court dribbles, drives, dunks, and monkeyshine dances won't be wearing those FACE DIAPERS!!

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  18. So, WuFlu is scared of sporty tyoes, huh? All season the NFL didn't wear MASKS during game plays...huddling, lined up way less than 6ft apart, tackling, yelling, sweating, & spitting!!!
    Plus, for months, WWEs punched, pinned, dropkicked, and headlocked each other's half naked sweaty bodies without MASKS!!!

    But, but, WEAR that MASK when you're out dining & drinking, you MINIONS!!!

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  19. TWO MONTHS AGO THE WORLD WAS ENDING AND EVERYONE WAS GOING TO DIE FROM CHINA VIRUS WOW WHAT A DIFFERENCE A STOLEN ELECTION MAKES. GO GET EM PERVY JOE

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  20. GO GET EM KAVORKIAN QUOMO

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  21. MILKDUD IS A HERO!

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  22. Mayor and Archer picture with story - neither has a mask; current picture? Not 6 foot apart.
    Im good with no mask but dictator isnt.

    Also why say no capacity limit when the county still has 50% capacity rules.

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  23. Super spreader is coming.

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  24. 8:25, so that's what Willie said to Heels Up Harris.

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