This morning's dire delta news doesn't bode well for Kansas City and/or the nation still struggling to reemerge from the plague . . . Check-it:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Doctors in Kansas City say they are closely monitoring new COVID-19 case trends in the area. On the daily University of Kansas Health System COVID-19 briefing, Dr. Dana Hawkinson, medical director of infection prevention and control at the KU Health System, said case counts started to rise in the metro a couple weeks ago.