Once again contradictory orders, advice and partisan hackery have created a confusing public health dilemma for the plebs.
Here's the latest roundup and new declarations that settle NOTHING . . . Read more:
Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Board votes to require masks for students and staff for upcoming school year
by: Brian Dulle Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Board voted Tuesday night to require all students and staff in the school district to wear a mask. Those with specific health conditions will be exempt. Masks will also be required on all school buses.
Blue Valley School District will not mandate mask wearing after JoCo Health Department recommendation
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Blue Valley School District will not require masks for students and staff at this point. This comes after Johnson County Health Department last Friday updated its guidance for COVID-19 policies in schools, recommending the requirement of masks for students who aren't fully vaccinated.
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Doctors from across the Kansas City metro used their signatures to send a message to area school districts. The 100 doctors represent a wide range of clinical and specialties. They all agree on one thing: School districts need to take steps to control COVID-19.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For some parents in the Kansas City metro, following the continuous release of back-to-school recommendations has been a challenge. "The recommendations are not the same, and it's hard to understand why it's not," Naunna Delgado-Walton, a mother of two, said. "If the research is there, then why are the recommendations so different?"
A Kansas City doctor says bringing students back to class without masks is "a recipe for disaster."That may be the case for many Missouri school districts, unless local school boards decide otherwise.Right now, the Missouri Department of Education is following the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines on masks, which say that people who are vaccinated do not have to wear a mask at school.The thing to remember is that no child under 12 is vaccinated because they're not yet eligible to get the vaccine.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Sending children back to school unmasked is a "recipe for disaster," according to one Children's Mercy doctor. Dr. Angela Myers, division director of infectious diseases, told reporters on Tuesday that the COVID-19 delta variant is spreading "unchecked in our community right now," while there's a likelihood students will return to the classroom without masks.
The United States remains under a state of "public health emergency" due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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