About two weeks ago we talked about this impending surge.
Now it's news fact . . .
"The metro area is averaging 365 new cases per day, according to the Mid America Regional Council. And with more than 600 cases reported on Tuesday morning, the average may be quickly increasing."
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For the second year, Kansas City area residents are entering another Thanksgiving holiday with COVID-19 cases at a steady climb. The metro area is averaging 365 new cases per day, according to the Mid America Regional Council. And with more than 600 cases reported on Tuesday morning, the average may be quickly increasing.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The city of Independence Health and Animal Services Department has issued an exposure warning Wednesday for the Best Little Arts and Crafts Show after at least two people who attended the event tested positive for COVID-19. The crafts show occurred at the Sermon Center on Nov.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt told employers Wednesday not to look into the sincerity of an employee's religious beliefs when requesting exemption of the COVID-19 vaccine. Kansas employees are able to waive COVID-19 vaccine requirements on the basis of health and religion after Kansas Gov.
by: Kevin S. Held Posted: / Updated: JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The 7-day average for confirmed COVID-19 cases has more than doubled in Missouri since this time last month. Meanwhile, 69% of all Missouri adults have at least initiated the vaccination process.
Twenty months into a pandemic that has claimed almost 770,000 American lives and nearly a year after Covid-19 vaccinations became available, US health experts warn that a fifth wave of infections risks overwhelming health systems in the worst-affected states.
As cases begin surging once more in the US, millions of people are expected to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday, and health workers and hospital systems are now preparing for an influx of Covid patients after having little time to recover from the summer surge.
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