Kansas City ICU COVID Clean For Now?!?

This bit of bright side Monday news deserves a look if only because of so much fear on the horizon and naive hope that TKC will be able to return to local coffee shops and maybe get slapped in public just like Chris Rock.

Here's a peek good news . . .

"The hospital also shared a photo of the medical and surgical trauma intensive care unit team. This was the very first team to treat COVID-19 patients at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City at the start of the pandemic in March 2020 — two years ago."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

'Special occasion for hope': Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City celebrates no COVID-19 patients in ICU

Officials at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City are celebrating what they call a rare moment. Currently, there are no COVID-19 patients in the hospital's intensive care units. "While the pandemic is not yet over, this moment is a special occasion for hope and celebration," officials said in a post on Facebook.

Theft from the Covid relief plan known as PPP was even worse than we thought

They bought Lamborghinis, Ferraris, and Bentleys. And Teslas, of course. Lots of Teslas. Many who participated in what prosecutors are calling the largest fraud in American history-the theft of hundreds of billions of dollars in taxpayer money intended to help those harmed by the pandemic - couldn't resist purchasing luxury automobiles.

U.S. expands COVID-19 vaccinations of migrants in border custody

The Biden administration is expanding efforts to vaccinate migrants in U.S. custody against the coronavirus as border authorities prepare for potential policy changes that could increase the number of people they need to process, according to a notification shared with Congress and obtained by CBS News. U.S.

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