The COVID delta variant is quickly destroying the American "comeback" Summer of 2021.
Accordingly and amid a much more ominous door-to-door vaxx debate . . .
CHECK DEMAND FOR THE KANSAS CITY COVID MASK MANDATE RENEWAL AMID FEAR OF DELTA VARIANT OUTBREAKS!!!
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Fear and reasonable caution against COVID DELTA is justified given how many people it has killed.
However, nobody should be afraid of masks. They're harmless.
In fact, for a year we've been coping with a new American dress code and a very public sign that things have changed FOREVER and we're likely NEVER going to back to the care-free lackadaisical public health daze before the plague.
Check the links . . .
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: INDEPENDNCE, Mo. - The spike in COVID-19 cases caused Independence to issue a public health advisory. The city said it is seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in both the Kansas City metro and across the state of Missouri.
The city of Independence issued a public health advisory Friday afternoon, saying COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are climbing across the Kansas City metro and the state of Missouri because of the delta variant."We're definitely seeing a surge and it is certainly expected to continue to increase over the next several weeks and months," Independence Mayor Eileen Weir said.Independence says 100% of its cases are the delta variant.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Without federal aid from the American Rescue Plan, some Overland Park business owners said they wouldn't have made it through the past year.
More than half the population has not taken a COVID-19 vaccine in Missouri, which is dealing with one of the worst situations with the coronavirus across the country. As parts of the United States emerge from the pandemic, other sections of the country are experiencing a very different reality with the virus.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri has made national headlines as the COVID-19 delta variant fuels a surge in predominantly rural and predominantly unvaccinated areas of the state.
California was quick to stand up against the CDC's new guidance, announcing that masks will be worn when classrooms open this fall.
Americans will need masks indoors as U.S. heads for 'dangerous fall' with surge in delta Covid cases
As the highly transmissible delta Covid variant continues to spread rapidly across the United States and elsewhere around the world, scientists and other health experts are warning that indoor mask mandates and other public health measures will likely make a return in the U.S. this fall.
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