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Fri Nov 27, 2020, 11:28 PM

1. Rural KS and MO are going to be the death of the cities

Miami County is just south of us in Johnson County, and while JoCo County Commissioners pretty much listened to science, Miami County did not do the same. Spring Hill sits on the border between Johnson and Miami counties, but the people there think very much as rural Kansans do (i.e., don't tell us what to do). It's my belief that people from Spring Hill, Paola and the surrounding rural areas routinely come into Johnson County and the Kansas City Metro area, spreading COVID far and wide. They eat in our restaurants and shop at our Costcos, Walmarts and the big grocery stores they don't have there. I'm sure some of them are asymptomatic carriers, and thus the virus spreads.

I can imagine it would drive a health professional nuts.

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