As we're all aware, TKC is not a scientist.
Still . . . Even scumbags like your 2nd favorite local basement blogger can apply the scientific method or at least ask this smart-ass question:
Why is Kansas City crowding people into restaurants at the same time hospitals are clamoring for shut downs, mask mandates have been reinstated and stats are spiking again?!?
Let's make it plain . . .
IS KANSAS CITY RESTAURANT WEEK 2022 SOMEHOW IMMUNE TO COVID-19 OMICRON?!?!
If so, we're eager to learn how KC Restaurant Week is protected from the plague but locals must cower in fear at the urging of doctors.
Maybe sitting down at a restaurant is the key to beating the pandemic.
Apparently, paying top dollar at restaurants somehow allows us to dodge COVID and go mask-less as well. If only for a few moments . . .
Again . . .
Any scientific explanation might not only further the discourse but help us all move forward amid worsening COVID omicron confusion.
Seriously . . . I'll accept whatever "the science" says but on the topic of restaurants it's impossible to deny that the guidance is contradictory at best.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .
by: Jonathan Ketz Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Restaurant Week returns this month to many diners' delight. But it comes many local eateries struggle with staffing and as the omicron variant causes COVID-19 cases to surge across the Kansas City area. Regardless, Kansas City Restaurant Week will run from Friday, Jan.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For nearly two years the restaurant industry has been challenged by the pandemic. Last month, several Kansas City restaurants were forced to shut down. Despite these setbacks, industry leaders are optimistic about 2022.
SOUTH ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - Several area restaurants closed this week because too many employees caught COVID or were out waiting to get tested. A sign on the door at O'Connell's Irish Pub, near I-44 and Hampton Road, says the restaurant is closed.
Yale College students are being asked not to dine at local restaurants, even outdoors, as the Ivy League school tries to combat rising Covid-19 cases. The New Haven, Connecticut, university announced its return to campus plan for the Spring semester and detailed a number of measures that will be taken.
The Omicron wave has forced much of the restaurant industry into a modified shutdown again. Case numbers are skyrocketing, and some restaurants are responding by temporarily closing or pivoting back to delivery and take-out only, in order to keep both patrons and workers as safe as possible.
You decide . . .