AG Schmitt Stays Losing COVID Mask Fight, Mayor Q Backs Mandates

Once again . . . We're back to square one and even more bickering over the COVID dress code.

The basics . . .

The AG suffered a court block to fighting masks in STL today whilst Mayor Q doubles down on the policy and flexes on his opposition.

Here's the money line . . .

"We've primarily prevailed upon parents to be reasonable and sensible and to not put your kids in just stupid political fights for no reason at all. And I think most schools have been able to handle that fairly well," Lucas said, talking about the city's current mask mandate affecting people at K-12 schools.

That measure will likely be extended another 30 days, according to Lucas and at some point masking rules could also be expanded to more public spaces.

"We continue to evaluate that. We certainly are engaging with our lawyers regularly because we get more saber rattling from our state attorney general," Mayor Lucas said.

Read more via news links . . .

Court blocks AG Schmitt's efforts to oust St. Louis County mask mandate

ST. LOUIS COUNTY ( -- A St. Louis County court rejected the Missouri attorney general's efforts to block a mask mandate in the county. The decision comes after multiple efforts from Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt to block mask mandates across the state.

Kansas City looking at return of mask mandate, consulting with CORE4

by: Jacob Kittilstad Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri Mayor Quinton Lucas plans to call a meeting of the CORE4 to evaluate the possibility of a universal mask mandate. The CORE4 includes Kansas City, Jackson County, Johnson County, Kansas and Wyandotte County.

Important and KICK-ASS TKC READER perspective from across the pond . . .

All plan B Covid restrictions, including mask wearing, to end in England

Boris Johnson has announced the end of all Covid measures introduced to combat the Omicron variant - compulsory mask-wearing on public transport and in shops, guidance to work from home and vaccine certificates - from next week.

Because this is TKC . . . We share the only mask on which we can all agree . . .

Want to cover yourself in bologna? Oscar Mayer has a face mask just for you

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Sadly, just like everything else during COVID, it's out of stock.

Developing . . .