In this quick collection we take a peek at the ONGOING debate over local pandemic policy and medical advice.
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Expect the debate to ramp up as numbers continue to spike and the Winter season of sickness approaches.
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Residents across the metro are reporting clinics canceling their appointments for Covid-19 vaccines and boosters. Allie Novakowski took her kids to get their first vaccine this afternoon. They were happy to take a break from homeschooling, but there was some lasting frustration too.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The conversation about kids and the COVID-19 vaccine might be a big topic at the Thanksgiving dinner table. The tenor of that conversation might vary family-to-family. But new statistics show that already 10% of eligible kids age 5-11 have gotten their first dose.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Platte County R-3 School Board voted Thursday night to extend the district's mask mandate. The mandate will be in place until Dec. 20, 2021. The first semester of school ends Dec. 22, and that's an early release from school day for students, according to a calendar on the district's website.
Lee's Summit School District votes to make masks optional for middle and high school students The district's school board voted to drop the mask mandate for students by a vote of 5-2 Lee's Summit School District has voted to make masks optional for middle and high school students.The school board voted to drop the mask mandate for students by a vote of 5-2.Masks are still required in preschool and elementary school buildings.
SHAWNEE, Kan. - A Johnson County contractor, accused of never doing the work he was paid for, promised he'd start issuing refunds by September. But his unhappy customers tell FOX4 Problem Solvers they've yet to see a dime.
The FDA authorized Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots for all U.S. adults on Friday. Local health organizations in Kansas have been administering the booster shots after the state's recommendation, but those in Missouri are waiting for final approval by the CDC.
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