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Clay County announces new restrictions on COVID-19



Clay County announces new restrictions on COVID-19

The updated health order will take effect on Monday


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NEWS AND THAT THE NEW NEWS CLAY COUNTY out with new restrictions on COVID-19 STARTING MONDAY RESTAURANTS AND BARS TO WORK WITH 50% CAPACITY AND CLOSING AT 22:00 SCHOOL AND FITNESS CENTERS TO WORK OF 50% CAPACITY AND STILL INSIDE INSIDE INSIDE INSIDE. . FULLNESS IS LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF TEN PEOPLE NOT APPROVED BY THE HEALTH MANAGEMENT. THESE CHANGES ARE IN CONNECTION WITH THE ORDERS LAST ANNOUNCED IN KANSAS, Missouri Jackson, and Wendotti, which also begin today. WE HEAR INCREASED CASES EXPANDING THROUGH ANOTHER LOCAL AREA OF THE SCHOOL. IT HAPPENS ON THE ORDER SCHOOL AREA. KMBC 9S. BRIAN JOHNSON IS LIVE ON THE SCHOOL COUNCIL AND THEY JUST DECIDED TO CHANGE THE VIRTUAL TEACHING FOR SOME BRIAN STUDENTS. THIS IS CORRECT. PRE-K IN THIRD CLASS IS PRESENTED IN PERSONS, NO CHANGES, BUT FOURTH GRADE THROUGH TWELVE CLASS. THEY WILL RELEASE ALL VIRTUAL STARTING NEXT WEEK MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23. THEY WILL GO ONLINE THROUGH THE END OF THE SEMESTER, UNTIL THE NEXT SEMESTER BEGINS ON JANUARY 25. FROM SEPTEMBER 8, WHICH IS OUR FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. WE HAD TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIVE TIMES STUDENTS POSITIVE CHANGES IN THE REPLACEMENT OF STAFF STAFF. ONLY IN HEALTH REASONS tip of LEE ENDS special school SAVESHTENIE FOR FUTURE academic leaders OPOBRAZYAVAT of increases in positivity and Quarantine, especially in recent weeks. THEY BEGIN TO NOTICE THAT THESE NUMBERS ARE INCREASING STUDENTS AND THE REDUCTION OF STAFF IN THEIR BUILDINGS THE VIRUS DOES NOT JUST EXPAND EXTERNALLY. THIS IS NO LONGER THE CASE. WE HAVE MULTIPLE CASES STILL MANUAL, BUT A FEW CASES WE THINK, NOW WE HAVE EXPANDED TO HAPPEN AT SCHOOL PARENTS UNDERSTAND UNDERSTANDABLE. THEY ALSO UNDERSTAND ACADEMIC RELATIONS. THE ONLINE SCHOOL IS NOT WORKING AND MY SONS ARE NOT BIG IN THE SCHOOL. AND SO, THIS IS NOT GOOD NEWS FOR US, MANY STUDENTS PREFER TO LEARN IN PERSONS PREVIOUSLY, WHEN THE SCHOOL IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD, THAT THE ACADEMICIAN KACEMAKA WILL KNOW. THE CHALLENGES ARE NOT JUST HALF OF LEE’S COUNTRY BETTER NAKER, ESPECIALLY IN RURAL PARTS OF MISSOURI. I think it’s terrible, because children simply connect WHEN TO HOME, WE THINK THAT TRUE TO LOOK THE BEST AND OTHERWISE BE ADVISED Basque BULGARIAN PLAY THIS SEMESTER other schools play it. THEY DIDN’T DECIDE ANYTHING ABOUT WRESTLING AND BASKETBALL TODAY. THEY WILL ATTEND THAT THURSDAY LIVE AT THE LEE SUMMIT. BRIAN JOHNSON KMBC 9 NEWS TEACHERS ASKED FOR TWO DAYS TO HELP THEM HELP THE TRANSITION FOR ONLINE LEARNING AS THE IMPACT OF FOUR BUILDINGS. THE RESTAURANT LOOKS THE FROG IN THE RIVER MARKET AREA IS CLOSED TEMPORARILY AFTER TWO EMPLOYEES TESTED POSITIVE FOR THE VIRUS THE REST. STAFF IS IMPORTANT „IN. THE PLAN IS TO OPEN ON DECEMBER 1. IF EVERYONE EXPERIENCES THE CITY OF KANSAS, THE STATES OF MISSOURI TRY TO UNDERSTAND HOW TO EXIST THE NEW RESTRICTIONS OF THE CITY. An effect Friday MAYOR LOOKS POLICE help implement some of NFI AS BIG LATE NIGHT PARTIES IN VIOLATION OF THE TEN Toll LIMITED TO NOW HEALTH MANAGEMENT OF THE CITY, INFORMATION IN THE RING, RING SPISAM FOR SAMITATA John Knox SELENA CONFIRMS 20 PEOPLE die of conditions of COVID-19 In the care center from October MORE 100 employees and RESIDENT have been infected by NU IN ALL IZOLYATSIONEN UNIT FOR PATIENTS OF COVID-19 on the garden terrace in above PARK 17 PEOPLE ARE die LAST IZBAVKA OF COVID-19 . THIS IS DOSHKO AFTER THE LAST INSPECTION PASSES. JOHNSON COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY THAT THE VIRUS RECEIVES THROUGH STAFF WHO CAN WORK AT SEVERAL CARE CENTERS. IT IS SAFER IN THESE FACILITIES WHEN THE COMMUNITY EXPANDS UNDER CONTROL. SO IT BECAME VERY IMPORTANT FOR US TO PROTECT THE CRAZY POPULATION IN THESE FACILITIES, TO WORK REALLY HARD TO ALLOW CONTROL CONTROL CONTROL RASH. HEALTH STATES BREATH OF 39 LINKS AND SERVICES FOR CARED DROWS DISTRICT Johnson 68 percent of the dust storm in COVID-19 County is from this type of facility, more than 200 new cases of VIRUS PLUS BWE. Most of these new cases came from a part of the city in Jackson and GLINOVITE END DAILY HOSPITALS IN ANY ACTUAL KANASSKI cities and local TENTH MESTERSKI SISTERS says no BOARDS BOARDS INCIDENTAL SISTERS REPRESENTED THE PROTEST OUTSIDE THE MIDDLE OF THE CENTER HCA in above PARK NOW NOSHTO. WITHOUT NIGHTS N95 MASKS WITH RED PAINT FOR PRESENTATION OF BLOOD THESE NURSES SAY THAT THEY DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH BOD AND THE HOSPITALS DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH STAFF FOR THE WORK. I THINK THE LEVEL OF FRUSTRATION IS VERY HIGH. THE MEASUREMENT IS VERY HIGH FOR THE NURSES. WE WANT TO BE PROTECTED. WE WANT TO BE FROM THE BED. WE WANT TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITIES, BUT WE HAVE ALSO USED US IN THE HOSPITAL TO PROTECT US. FATIGUE WILL HAVE BETWEEN OFFICIALS BUT OUR ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL WORK BEST FOR WHICH MAY is, making ORDER TO UPOTREMETE THAT WE USE BACK OF PEOPLE EVERY wait that the statements our response. COVID-19 OUR FOCUS IS ON PROTECTION OF OUR COLLEAGUES AND SECURITY OF OUR ENOUGH DOSTATO PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT UNITED Department CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION returns to ONLINE CENTRAL CENTER POINT OUT poison control center INSIDE JUST INSIDE reformation OF JUST INSIDE local services will be performed ONLINE AND RADIATION ON DECEMBER 23 AND ON THE 24TH MORE THAN

Clay County announces new restrictions on COVID-19

The updated health order will take effect on Monday


Clay County announced new restrictions on COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the county in line with orders announced Monday by Kansas City, Missouri and Jackson and Wyando counties. The updated health order of the county includes: The places where food and / or drinks are served indoors must work with 50% capacity and be closed until 22:00. Groups of more than 10 people indoors or outdoors are not allowed. openly. Gyms, fitness centers and leisure centers must also remain with a capacity of 50% or less and masks are required for everyone inside. Outdoor masks are currently required when physical distance (six feet) cannot be maintained by anyone outside your household. Exemption from the age of wearing a mask is reduced to those aged 5 and over. Indoor gatherings are limited to a maximum of 10 people. (Gatherings = groups of persons who are not members of one household, brought together for a common or coordinated social, community or leisure purpose.) Gatherings of 10 or less are allowed, using physical distancing between members of different households. Prohibited gatherings do not include regular commercial, non-profit or event-based educational activities by workers, students or clients of companies. Exceptions for gatherings of more than 10 people may be approved by public health. An application form will be available on clayhealth.com until noon on Wednesday (11/18). The updated health order will take effect on Monday.

Clay County announced new restrictions on COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the county in line with orders announced Monday by Kansas City, Missouri and Jackson and Wyando counties.

The updated county health order includes:

  • The places where food and / or drinks are served indoors must work with 50% capacity and be closed until 22:00. Groups of more than 10 people are not allowed indoors or outdoors.
  • Gyms, fitness centers and leisure centers must also remain with a capacity of 50% or less and masks are required for everyone inside.
  • Outdoor masks are currently required when physical distance (six feet) cannot be maintained by anyone outside your household.
  • Exemption from the age of wearing a mask is reduced to those of 5 years and older.
  • Indoor gatherings are limited to a maximum of 10 people. (Gatherings = groups of persons who are not members of a household, brought together for a common or coordinated social, community or leisure purpose.)
    • Meetings of 10 or less are allowed, using physical distancing between members of different households.
    • Prohibited gatherings Do not include regular commercial, non-profit or event-based educational activities by workers, students or clients of companies.
    • Exceptions for gatherings of more than 10 people may be approved by public health. An application form will be available on clayhealth.com until noon on Wednesday (11/18).

The updated health order will take effect on Monday.


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