Kansas & Missouri Stay Losing COVID Death Rate?!?

It's uncertain if "the science" is very deep at Wallethub but locals are sharing this ominous headline that still doesn't seem to be persuading a great many locals to stay at home.

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Kansas ties Missouri for state with highest COVID-19 death rate

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - According to a recent study, Kansas has tied Missouri and three other states for having the highest COVID-19 death rate. WalletHub.com says with about 51% of the nation fully vaccinated, it released its updated rankings for States That Are Recovering the Quickest From COVID-19.

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Immunocompromised people can seek 3rd shot in Johnson County starting today

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Those with weakened immune systems can seek a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in Johnson County starting Tuesday. Last week, the Food and Drug Administration authorized a third shot of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for people who meet certain criteria which place them at greatest risk of illness from the virus.

Park Hill School District will start school with mask mandate after heated meeting

Students in the Park Hill School District will return to class next week, and when they do, everyone in the district will return to wearing face masks while in school.The decision came down after a long - and sometimes heated - board meeting Monday night.

Joe's Kansas City sues Lloyd's of London over Covid business interruption payments - Kansas City Business Journal

Although local icon Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que Inc. had insurance coverage for pandemic-related business interruption, it now finds itself haggling with Lloyd's of London about paying the full amount the restaurant says it is owed. At stake is about $1.95 million.

Kansas City doctors field questions from patients on COVID-19 booster shots

Now that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine for those with weak immune systems, doctors and vaccine providers are getting more questions about the booster.The push continues to get more people vaccinated against COVID-19.

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