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Mayor Quinton Lucas confirmed to FOX4 on Thursday that he doesn't plan to seek an extension for the mask rule. It expires after Feb. 17.
Kansas City doctors said they're optimistic but not ready to declare victory.
"I do think we’re in the midst of seeing something really good happen. I just don’t think we’re here yet," Dr. Steven Stites with KU Health System said Wednesday.
Still Fauci said he believes soon, public health decisions on COVID-19 will be focused at the local level, not federal.
Earlier this month, the Kansas City Council voted 10-2 to continue requiring masks in school buildings, stretching the ordinance another two weeks. At the time, Lucas said the Feb. 17 date put Kansas City more in line with a current school mask mandate in Johnson County, Kansas.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City's mayor doesn't plan to extend the city's mask mandate in school buildings after it expires next week. Mayor Quinton Lucas confirmed to FOX4 on Thursday that he doesn't plan to seek an extension for the mask rule. It expires after Feb. 17.