Downtown Kansas City Insiders Prep End Of COVID Emergency Boom

This week a resolution from the White House hints at drastic changes across the nation.

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Remember, the feds are the biggest employer in the Kansas City metro and their absence has turned the loop into a wasteland. 

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The Biden administration plans to end the Covid public health emergency this spring, as the U.S. shifts away from responding to the pandemic as a national crisis and instead manages the virus more like a seasonal respiratory disease.

The White House, in a statement on Monday, said it would terminate on May 11 the public health and national emergencies that the Trump administration first declared in 2020.

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This news has inspired many KC insiders to hype even more speculative real estate projects and all manner of ponzi schemes than hinge on "density" inside the loop.

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What The End of COVID's Public Health Emergency Status Really Means

In May 2023, the Biden administration will end the COVID pandemic's status as both a national and a public health emergency, which were declared three years ago. The move revamps the federal pandemic response in ways that could limit Americans' access to lifesaving treatments, tests, and other COVID-related healthcare.

What the end of the COVID-19 emergencies in the US means

On May 11, the U.S. will no longer officially be in a COVID-19 emergency for the first time since the pandemic began three years ago. While hundreds of COVID-19 deaths are still reported each day in the U.S.

End of public health emergency causes cascade of changes - Roll Call

Posted February 2, 2023 at 6:30am The Biden administration's plan to unwind the public health emergency tied to the COVID-19 pandemic will spur a whirlwind of changes related to telehealth, Medicaid, pharmaceuticals and other priorities.

The public health emergency is ending. Covid isn't.

THREAT LEVEL - On May 10, the United States will be under a public health emergency. On May 11, it won't. But the coronavirus that necessitated that government-declared emergency does not have a calendar. This week's White House announcement that the PHE is winding down won't transform Covid-19 at the stroke of midnight, like some viral Cinderella.

Biden is ending the Covid public health emergency. Here's what that means for you.

When the federal Covid-19 public health emergency ends on May 11, it will be the end of an era for the American health system. For more than three years, in a nation where patients usually pay more for health care than residents of any other high-income country, tests and vaccines were available to all Americans for free.

Biden slammed after announcing official end to COVID-19 emergency: 'Trying to avoid embarrassment'

President Biden was criticized by conservatives on Twitter Monday after the Associated Press reported that he would end the COVID emergency on May 11. Biden previously stated in September, before the 2022 midterm elections, that the pandemic "is over" - eight months before the White House will officially recognize that declaration.

Colbert on end of Covid emergency: 'Shove that up your nose and rotate it five times'

Joe Biden announced on Monday that he will end the twin national emergencies to address the Covid-19 pandemic in May, news which Stephen Colbert celebrated on Tuesday evening. "Take that, Covid! We beat you!" the Late Show host joked. "Shove that up your nose and rotate it five times."

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