The mayor issued a cryptic threat regarding COVID delta without many deets or info or a copy of a sketchy letter concerned about vaxx rates.
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The organization in question said they have been excited about Kansas City, but the coronavirus situation in the city and the State of Missouri have given them cause for concern.
"We are also increasingly concerned about the rapidly rising COVID caseload in Kansas City and the state of Missouri, and the accompanying lack of an effective vaccination program," part of the letter to the mayor reads.
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Lucas: Rising COVID-19 cases leading conference organization to reconsider Kansas City as its location
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- On Saturday, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas tweeted that a company had threatened to pull its convention because of the rising COVID-19 cases in the metro area. "Received a letter from an upcoming conference saying they are reconsidering coming to Kansas City and Missouri this fall due to our current COVID crisis," Lucas tweeted.