Despite an uptick in pandemic numbers, news of the sci-fi COVID Omicron 5th wave and fear of the "dark winter" that Prez Biden has promised us . . . The Missouri AG hopes to unmask youngsters.
Here's the word . . .
“The recent decision from the Cole County Circuit Court is consequential as it relates to public health orders. Today, I sent a letter to public health agencies and school districts across the state informing them of the decision and demanding they rescind and cease enforcement and publicizing of public health orders, mask mandates, quarantine orders, or other orders that were declared null and void by the recent decision,” said Attorney General Schmitt.
“Public health authorities and school districts have gone unchecked, issuing illegal and unconstitutional orders in their quest to aggregate, maintain, and exert their new-found power. My Office will enforce the Court’s order across the state.”
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Missouri AG to health departments, school districts: Stop enforcing mask mandates and quarantine orders
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has a message for local public health agencies and school districts: Stop enforcing mask mandates and quarantine orders.Schmitt sent a letter to all local public health agencies and school districts in Missouri informing regarding the Cole County circuit court decision in Robinson vs.
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt warned public health departments and school districts that they need to stop enforcing mask mandates. Schmitt sent letters Tuesday morning to health agencies and school districts, informing them of a decision by Missouri's Cole County Circuit Court.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has issued a letter to local public health agencies and school districts telling them to stop enforcing mask mandates. In the letter, Schmitt cites the decision in Robinson v. Missouri Dept.
For the first time in two months, the US is averaging more than 100,000 new Covid-19 cases each day, shortly after millions of Americans traveled for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Tuesday said the omicron variant of the virus that causes Covid-19 appears to be milder than previous strains, but also seems to spread faster and could lead to more mutations in the future.
School districts across the Kansas City area are reporting high numbers of COVID-19 cases, which has some parents worried.The current numbers from Blue Springs Schools show the highest ever confirmed cases since the pandemic began. The district ended its mask mandate last month.
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. - Decisions on masks in schools remain a touchy issue after the number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise. This week families in Blue Springs learned there's been 101 new cases of COVID within the last week. Parents say this has them worried because right now masks are optional at school.
UPDATE AND LOCAL PUSH BACK . . .
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Public Schools requires masks for all staff and students through the end of the year and said Tuesday afternoon it will continue to enforce the mandate.
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