The Kansas City dress code restarts despite widespread dissent of the contradictory public health orders.
Again, we won't forget that Mayor Q said that a mask order "wasn't necessary" on July 25th.
In any event, here's the local news round-up via links compiled by www.TonysKansasCity.com . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Kansas City's second mask mandate has begun, with new rules on when you should be masked up and when you can go without a face covering.
Here are the latest COVID-19 updates around the Kansas City metro area, and in Kansas and Missouri.What you need to know:The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Wednesday the state has 330,932 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and there have been 5,247 deaths since the outbreak started.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - People visiting grocery stores, restaurants, museums and other places of public accommodation within the city limits of Kansas City, Missouri, will now have to wear a face mask beginning Monday. Mayor Quinton Lucas issued a new mask order taking effect Monday morning and lasting until AUg.
THAT HAD TBEO DONE. IT IS A HUGE PROBLEM. OUR DOCTORS HAVE BEEN TELLING US, IT'S A PROBLEM FOR A WHILE. TODAY, WE ARE TAKING REAL STEPS TO MAKE SEUR THAT WE ADDRESS THAT CONCERN LONG TERM.
Newly released data from an outbreak in Massachusetts show that fully vaccinated people with breakthrough infections stemming from the delta variant can spread the virus to others, although the CDC stressed that the situation is rare. This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) new mask guidance is spurring confusion and backlash as the country tries to respond to the shifting threat of the delta variant. Many public health experts called the CDC prudent for recommending that even fully vaccinated Americans should wear masks in indoor public places in areas of the country with high amounts of transmission.
White House Chief Health Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci has rejected the idea that face masks are a "personal choice" in the face of the increasingly severe delta variant of the coronavirus. The United States on Thursday recorded almost 80,000 new COVID-19 cases - well below the January peak of nearly 300,000 new daily cases, but a stark rise from a month ago when daily cases were under 10,000.
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