Has Prez Biden FAILED Kansas City Fight Against COVID?!?

Local leaders seem to be giving the Prez a pass on his pandemic record and so we offer this post for balance and because the vast majority of cowtown scribes wouldn't dare ask a relevant question of the current White House.

To wit . . .


Notice . . .

Kansas City "journalists" are quick to blame Missouri Governor Mike Parson for a great many pandemic misdeeds but they don't make a peep about the foibles of the current administration. 

For what it's worth . . . TKC admires Guv Parson for making sure that the biggest COVID vaxx event in Kansas City took place inside the 3rd District and proved to be a very easily accessible and efficient medical clinic run by the National Guard with planning help from his office along with a bipartisan coalition. 

Meanwhile . . .

Under Prez Biden's leadership there have been serious problems with testing, workplace rules and general confusion about the response from progressive public officials . . . Again, all of this has been happening without so much as a peep from local progressive pundits, politicos and social media trollz.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .

Long lines of cars wait to get COVID-19 tests at Vibrant Health KC testing site in KCK

Vibrant Health KC says they've seen a dramatic spike in people getting tested for COVID-19."It's starting to resemble peaks of 2020," said Patrick Sallee, CEO of Vibrant Health KC. In a four-day span, nearly 1,000 people will be tested.Normally they test 200 people a week.

Skyrocketing demand for at-home COVID-19 tests causes brief shortage in Missouri

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The demand for at-home COVID-19 tests exceeded the supply this week in Missouri. The state contracts with Fulgent Genetics to provide 15,000 at-home tests each month. Demand for the tests had not exceeded supply until December, according to a spokesperson for Missouri Gov. Mike Parson.

Biden's goal of 500 million free tests will require major production scale-up

WASHINGTON - Meeting President Joe Biden's goal of offering 500 million free at-home Covid-19 tests for Americans will require a massive scale-up in test manufacturing that may take months to achieve - falling short of demand as the omicron variant drives a surge in infections. The U.S.

Ted Cruz tears into Fauci for playing 'pandemic politics'

Fauci told MSNBC a child 'automatically' gets tested for COVID at a hospital It means they get counted as a 'COVID-hospitalized' individual no matter what They could test positive after going in with a 'broken leg or appendicitis' Cruz responded by saying in a tweet: 'Now Fauci says this?

At-home COVID tests: Where can you find them?

For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO and CDC websites. As demand for rapid at-home COVID test kits soars, many drugstores and online suppliers are out of stock, and states and the federal government are taking matters into their own hands.

Biden officials now fear booster programs will limit global vaccine supply

If that happens, and countries across the world continue to roll out booster campaigns, U.S. officials fear the world might not have enough vaccine doses to meet the WHO's goal of inoculating 70 percent of the global population by the middle of next year.

Firm gets $137M from US to make COVID test materials - in three years

The Biden administration has inked a nearly $137 million contract with a pharmaceutical company to build a factory in Wisconsin to produce material used in COVID-19 test strips - but the finished product is not scheduled to roll off assembly lines before late 2024.

You decide . . .