Locals Endured Hours Of Waiting For COVID Tests At The K

Totally worth it in order to take off from 'teleworking' at home.

Sadly, despite the highly publicized pandemic gathering, there weren't very many people assigned to cope with turnout.

Example . . .

"Reporter Emma James said that only about 10 people were working the clinic."

Again, this isn't a bad deal for our middle-class friends with satellite radio in comfy SUVs. 

Honestly, we're not sure if this an example of local pandemic FAIL given that it was a nice day for a trip to the ball park.

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

Long line, 2.5 hour wait reported at COVID-19 testing clinic in Kauffman Stadium parking lot

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Hundreds of people braved long lines and a two-and-half hour wait on Monday to get a COVID-`19 test in the Kauffman Stadium parking lot. KSHB 41 News reporter Emma James said that only about 10 people were working the clinic.

Truman Sports Complex clinic tests more than 1,000 people for COVID-19

More than 1,000 people were tested for COVID-19 at a clinic Monday at the Truman Sports Complex.These days, just finding a COVID-19 test is a victory - just ask Sophia Scroggins and Betty Stevenson."Everywhere we've been, it's been a line like this," Scroggins said."We've tried all the pharmacies and they're all booked," said John Maughmer, who has symptoms of the virus.

Line for COVID testing stretches several blocks, as tests remain scarce in Kansas City area

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The lines just keep getting longer at COVID test centers in the Kansas City area. A COVID testing facility on Monday morning at 78th Street and Prospect Avenue had car lines stretching several blocks, past 75th Street.

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