Science Seyz Kansas City COVID Numbers Continue Decline After Delta Spike

Despite the good news regarding the pandemic . . . Mask orders continue in order to protect the plebs from themselves.

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"There have been 3,020 reported deaths from COVID-19 in the Kansas City metro since the pandemic began. From April through July, new deaths stood steady at around 5 or less per day. Deaths from COVID began rising in August and hit a recent high point of 22 on Sept. 1, before dropping back down. Daily deaths are back down around 5 or so a day, with some recent days being as low as 1."

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COVID numbers dropping in the Kansas City metro: A look at recent months, and where we are now.

KANSAS CITY METRO (KCTV) -- Local COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to drop, as booster shots become more widespread and the Delta variant seemingly runs its course. The Kansas City metro was seeing around 50 new COVID cases a day in early June, before the Delta variant started accounting for widespread transmission in the U.S.