As the pandemic worsens, the mask requirements seem to be on their way back.
Here's a glimpse at the future and red state public health efforts about to his a crescendo once again . . .
"The interest in a new mask mandate in Douglas County comes as the state continues to see relatively high numbers of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths. "
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AIR OF THE SEASON ARRIVES, COMING UP. LA:RA COVID-19 IS INFECTING MORE PEOPLE NOW THAN AT ANY OTHER TIME DURING THE PANDEMIC. GOOD EVENING. I'M LARA MORITZ. THE U.S. HAS HIT A RECORD 7-DAY AVERAGE OF NEW CASES, WITH NEARLY 255,000 CASES RECORD.DE THAT'S ACCORDING TO JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSI.TY THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS NEARLY 252,000 DAILY CASES, ON JANUARY 11 OF THIS YEAR.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - University of Kansas Health System doctors answered many questions people have about the omicron COVID-19 variant in a live-streamed video update Wednesday. One of the most questioned items was how to tell symptoms of omicron, and COVID-19 in general, from symptoms of sicknesses like flu and the common cold.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly has directed all flags in the state be flown at half-staff to honor those who've lost their lives to COVID-19. To date, 7,001 Kansans have lost their lives in the state to the virus.
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