Kansas City health surveillance can’t keep track of all the COVID after a huuuuge country concert before the plague ruined all the fun.
Here’s the problem . . .
We have spoken to a few who went to the concert,” Michelle Pekarsky, KCMO Health Department public information officer, said via email, “but because they also went (to) other public places and had contact with many others in their circle and beyond, we cannot know where they got the virus.”
Read more via www.TonysKansascity.com news link . . .
Lack of cooperation hampers contact tracing, including after Garth Brooks concert
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A lack of cooperation is making it difficult for the Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department to determine whether there were cases of COVID-19 transmission at the Garth Brooks concert on Aug. 7 at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.
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