Jackson County will ease some COVID-19 restrictions starting Friday – KMBC Kansas City

30% ARE CONSIDERED FULLY VACCINATED. 26% ARE FULLY VACCINATED. DOCTOR DAVID WILD POINTS TO ISRAEL WHERE MORE THAN HALF OF THE NATION IS VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19 AND THEY ARE NEAR HERD IMMUNITY HE ALSO POINTS TO THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY WHERE INFECTION RATES ARE LOW.

Jackson County will alleviate some COVID-19 constraints starting Friday
Masking and social distancing are no longer needed outdoors

Upgraded: 4:15 PM CDT Apr 29, 2021

Small gatherings, indoor and outside, of fully vaccinated people are permitted without limitation. All persons, including those who are vaccinated, should still wear masks in public indoor settings. We need to continue to wear masks, prevent crowds, get tested when ill, and get vaccinated.”

KANSAS CITY, Mo.– Jackson County announced that it will relieve a few of its COVID-19 limitations based on the current guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.The new health order, which works at 12:01 a.m. Friday includes:
Little events, outdoor and indoor, of completely vaccinated people are permitted without limitation. All individuals, including those who are immunized, should still use masks in public indoor settings. We need to continue to wear masks, avoid crowds, get tested when ill, and get vaccinated.”

30% ARE CONSIDERED FULLY VACCINATED. All individuals, consisting of those who are vaccinated, must still wear masks in public indoor settings. We need to continue to wear masks, avoid crowds, get checked when ill, and get immunized.”

All individuals, consisting of those who are vaccinated, need to still wear masks in public indoor settings. We must continue to use masks, avoid crowds, get tested when ill, and get immunized.”