Kansas City, Missouri 2021-07-31 17:33:13 –
Kansas City, Missouri — Mayor Quinton Lucas of Kansas City, Missouri, said the current city’s “COVID crisis” could affect meetings scheduled for the fall.
“We received a letter from the next meeting that we are reconsidering coming to Kansas City and Missouri this fall due to the current COVID crisis,” Lucas said in a tweet.
From the next meeting, I received a letter saying that I am reconsidering coming to Kansas City and Missouri this fall due to the current COVID crisis.
To help our convention department and our economy, let us make sure we are vaxxed and reduce the number of infections.
— Mayor Q (@QuintonLucasKC) July 31, 2021
Lucas did not identify which meeting sent him the letter, but advised people to be vaccinated to stop the spread of COVID-19.
“To help our convention sector and the economy, make sure we get infected and reduce the number of infections,” Lucas wrote.
Latest data about City COVID-19 website Only 39.2% of KCMO people showed that they were completely vaccinated.
On Wednesday, Lucas was back Indoor mask man date This will be effective from Monday.
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