The Kansas COVID workgroup for kids released recommendations on how to bring Kansas students back to school safely. The guidelines were also endorsed by the Kansas Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
With Sedgwick County enforcing a 45 person gathering limit, local concert venues say they’ll have to continue to keep their doors shut, and after already being closed for nearly four months, they’re struggling to make ends meet.
Less than one week out from the state board of education releasing its plans for reopening Kansas schools, we’re learning about recommendations providing guidance on how to bring Kansas students back to school safely.
Approaching two weeks after the Kansas State Fair’s board voted to continue with plans for this year’s event in Hutchinson, the board will likely reconsider that decision, Eyewitness News learned Thursday (July 9).
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Tuesday announced that international students studying at American colleges will have to leave the country if their university transitions to online courses only.
In a 3-2 vote Wednesday afternoon, the Saline County Commission voted in favor of making masks mandatory for the public within the county’s limits. The mandate takes effect at midnight Thursday (July 9).
Despite the recent increase in active COVID-19 cases, the Sedgwick County Health Department rates hospitalizations as “good’” in Sedgwick County, but COVID units in the county reflect a different story.
After many counties across Kansas, including Sedgwick, opted out of Governor Laura Kelly’s order requiring masks in public, the City of Wichita took action to issue its own mask ordinance within its limits. Now more cities are doing the same.