The American COVID comeback isn't going as well as we hoped.
Here's a glimpse of another setback and how it will impact locals seeking help from Sunflower State government . . .
"Public offices serving customers will be encouraged to reinstitute mitigation protocols that were previously utilized during the pandemic, such as scheduling "by appointment only" or making allowances for virtual as opposed to in-person interactions."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly is directing state agencies under the executive branch to work remotely in response to the continued spread of the delta variant."The decision to return to remote work was not made lightly -- but we know that this is a necessary step to prevent COVID-19 infections.