Kansas City Finished With COVID?!?

Not quite.

Here's one more reminder that the plauge is not yet complete . . .

"I think that depends on what your risk factors are for hospitalization, and severe disease and death,” Dr. Dana Hawkinson, an infectious disease physician at the University of Kansas Health System said. “Are you an older population? Do you have an immune compromised state or condition?"

Hawkinson said being vaccinated and being up to date with your vaccine plays a role too.

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With COVID numbers down in KC area, is it safe to put your guard down now?

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A glimpse at the future . . .

This New COVID Variant Is the Most Unpredictable One Yet

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COVID-19 cases in Kansas City plummet again in March to lowest levels in nearly a year

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two months after the omicron COVID-19 variant burned through Kansas and Missouri, the number of new cases across both states in March 2022 plunged to the lowest recorded levels since last spring.

Developing . . .