Jackson, Johnson, Wyandotte counties remove curfews, closing time restrictions for bars, restaurants – KMBC Kansas City

Jackson, Johnson, Wyandotte counties get rid of curfews, closing time restrictions for bars, restaurants
Jackson County in Missouri and Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas revealed they are unwinding some restrictions

MICHAEL KNOW THE GOVERNOR IS ALSO DENYING THAT RURAL AREAS OF MISSOURI ARE GETTING MORE VACCINE DOSES THAN METRO AREAS LIKE KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS. NEED TO ABOUT THE POSITIVITY RATE IN BOTH STATES RIGHT NOW 5% OF COVID-19 TESTS ARE COMING BACK POSITIVE IN KANSAS 6.1% OF THE TESTS ARE COMING BACK POSITIVE IN MISSOURI, AND FOR BOTH STATES. THE ONLY WAY TO GET THROUGH IS BY CALLING AN OVERWHELMED HOTLINE POWER WILL STAY ON IN KANSAS CITY, KANSAS, EVEN IF CANT PAY THEIR ELECTRIC BILLS THE KANSAS CITY, KANSAS BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES SAYS IT WILL NOT DISCONNECT UTILITIES THROUGH MARCH 31ST, BECAUSE OF HARDSHIPS CREATED BY THE PANDEMIC RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS OWNERS ARE BEING ENCOURAGED THOUGH TO STAY CURRENT WITH THEIR BILLS TO AVOID GETTING BEHIND AND POSSIBLY CUT OFF WHEN DISCONNECTS RESUME ON APRIL 1ST.

Updated: 4:57 PM CST Feb 25, 2021

KANSAS CITY, Mo.– A week after Kansas City, Missouri rolled back a few of its COVID-19 constraints, Jackson County in Missouri and Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas announced they are also unwinding some limitations.In a joint news release, the counties that comprise a few of the largest population pockets in the city location revealed restaurants and bars will no longer have closing constraints or curfews placed on them.
“Our primary objective has actually been and remains including the spread of COVID-19, while at the same time working to assist residents, businesses, and the neighborhood maintain a sense and manage of normalcy during these challenging times,” stated David Alvey, Mayor and CEO of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas.”Our local public health order as well as the cooperation of our citizens and business community have actually helped alleviate the spread of COVID-19 in our community,” stated Johnson County Board of County Commissioners Chairman Ed Eilert. The positivity rate in Kansas is now at 5%, also the least expensive its been in months.

A week after Kansas City, Missouri rolled back some of its COVID-19 restrictions, Jackson County in Missouri and Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas revealed they are likewise relaxing some limitations.In a joint news release, the counties that make up some of the biggest population pockets in the metro area revealed bars and restaurants will no longer have closing limitations or curfews put on them.The counties said events need to remain minimal to 50% of a structures capability.”Our main objective has actually been and stays containing the spread of COVID-19, while simultaneously working to assist citizens, companies, and the community retain a sense and manage of normalcy during these difficult times,” said David Alvey, Mayor and CEO of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas. The positivity rate in Kansas is now at 5%, also the lowest its been in months.

MICHAEL KNOW THE GOVERNOR IS ALSO DENYING THAT RURAL AREAS OF MISSOURI ARE GETTING MORE VACCINE DOSES THAN METRO AREAS LIKE KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS. THE ONLY WAY TO GET THROUGH IS BY CALLING AN OVERWHELMED HOTLINE POWER WILL STAY ON IN KANSAS CITY, KANSAS, EVEN IF CANT PAY THEIR ELECTRIC BILLS THE KANSAS CITY, KANSAS BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES SAYS IT WILL NOT DISCONNECT UTILITIES THROUGH MARCH 31ST, BECAUSE OF HARDSHIPS CREATED BY THE PANDEMIC RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS OWNERS ARE BEING ENCOURAGED THOUGH TO STAY CURRENT WITH THEIR BILLS TO AVOID GETTING BEHIND AND POSSIBLY CUT OFF WHEN DISCONNECTS RESUME ON APRIL 1ST. A week after Kansas City, Missouri rolled back some of its COVID-19 limitations, Jackson County in Missouri and Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas revealed they are likewise relaxing some limitations.In a joint news release, the counties that make up some of the largest population pockets in the metro area announced bars and dining establishments will no longer have closing restrictions or curfews positioned on them.The counties stated events need to remain restricted to 50% of a structures capacity.”Our primary objective has been and stays including the spread of COVID-19, while at the same time working to assist locals, services, and the community retain a sense and handle of normalcy throughout these difficult times,” stated David Alvey, Mayor and CEO of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas.”Our main goal has actually been and remains consisting of the spread of COVID-19, while concurrently working to assist homeowners, businesses, and the neighborhood keep a sense and manage of normalcy throughout these tough times,” said David Alvey, Mayor and CEO of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas.

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