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Tuesday, 27 July 2021

Monday 9 p.m. COVID-19 update

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Monday 9 p.m. COVID-19 update
Monday 9 p.m. COVID-19 update
Monday 9 p.m. COVID-19 update

STRAIGHT AHEAD.IT IS THE LATEST SIGN OF BKAC TONORMAL GRADUATION NIGHT FOR HIGHSCHOOL SENIORS.GOOD EVENING EVERYBODY.I’M KSRI KETZ AND I’M LAURAMORRIS HALEY’S ON ASSIGNMENT.KMBC9S JACKSON KURTZ SPOKE TOGRADUATES AT SHAWNEE MISSION.HE’S TO SAY THEY ARE GRATEFUL.I’M JUST EXCITED WE’RE ABLE TOHOLD THIS GRADUATION AFTER AYEAR OF CHALLENGES ANDUNCERTAINTIES.SENIORS AT SHAWNEE MISSION EASTHAD A REASON TO CELEBRATE IT.MASKED UP HACKED WITH FRIENDSAND FAMILY.THIS WAS A YEAR LIKE NO OTRHEGRADUATES WERE ABLEO T HAVE ANALMOST NORMAL IN-PERSON CEREMONYWECAME THIS YEAR NOT MANY OF USEXPECTED TO ACTUAYLL HAVE APHYSICAL GRADUATION LIKE THIS.DEALING WITH THE DAILY STRUGGLESOF THE PANDEMIC THEIR SENIORYEAR WASN’T AN EASY FTEA SO IT’SKIND OF A BREATH OF FRESH AIR TOBE HE,ER BUT GETTING TO THIS DAYAND ABLE TO WALK ACROSS THESTAGE.TO GET TTHA DIPLOMA WASSOMETHING SPECIAL.IT WAS REALLY HARD TOTRANTISION.PUBLIC SCHLOO OR JUST BNGEI INPERSON TO REMOTE LEARNING?YEAH, DAVID HESAY AND NOW ASGRADUASTE BEGIN THE NEXT JOURNEYCAMERON REBECCA COHEN MANYRE AMOTIVATED FROM WHAT THEYACCOMPLISHED AND ARE READY FORWHAT COMES NEXT NEVER TAKE ITFOR GRANTED SPECIALLY WITH THEYEAR.WE HAD DON’T TAKE IT FOR GRANTEDNICOLE HAYSENSAL FROM SHAWNEEMISSNIO JACKSON KURTZ.KM9BC NEWS SCHOOL DISTRICTCOMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES CONTINUETOMORROW WITH SENIORS AT SHAWNEEMISSION NORTH AND WEST GETTINGTHEIR DIPLOMAS THE FIRST LADY ISCOMING TO KANSAS CITY, MISSOURITHIS WEEK DR. JOE BIDEN WILLVISIT A COVID9-1 VACCINE CLINICAT MCC PENN VALLEY ON SOUTHWESTTRAFFICWAY ON THURSDAY THOSEINTERESTED IN BEING VACCINATEDCAN SIGN UP ONLINE TO GET THEMODERNA OR JOHNSON & JOHNSONVACCINES AND FOR THE FIRST TIMESINCE THE PANDEMIC STARLIGHTWILL SNOO BE AT FULL CAPACITY.KMBC9S.BRIAN JOHNSON REPORTS ON THESAFETY PRECAUTNSIO IN PLACE ANDWHAT’S DIFFERENT THIS YEAR.AFTER A YEAR WITH A VACANT STAGEAND EMPTY SEAT STARLIGHT IS BAD,KAASNS CITY’S LARGEST AND OLDESTPERFORMING ARTS INSTITUTIONHOPES TO FILL ALL 7,700 SEATS.IT’S JUST NOT STARLIGHT WITHOUTTHE FOLKS.IT’S IT’S THE PEOPLE THAT MAKETHIS PLACE RICH BAKERET M WITHTHE HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO COME UPWITH PRECAUTNSIO FOR GUESTSMASKS WLIL BE RECOMMENDED NOTREQUIRED EMPLOYEES WHO ARE NOTVACCINATED MUST WEAR MASKS TOPROTECT FROM COVID-19 PEOPLE.HOPEFULLY WILL FLEE SAFE.NEW TSHI YEAR MORE ADA CAPACITY.THEY’VE ADDED NEW SEATING.BETTER VIEWS OF THE STATE WEHAVE SEVERAL CONCERTS ALREADYANNOUNCED AND THERE’S SEVERALOTHER I THINK IN THE WORKS SOFAR.THEY’RE ABOUT HALF THEPERFORMANCES SCHEDULED COMPAREDTO A NORMAL SEASON.JIYMM BUFFETT’S ESCAPE TOMARGARITAVILLE RINGAC 12 OTHERPERFORMANCES, WE’LL TAKE THESTAGE WITH TICKETS AS LOW AS 15DOLLARS.THEY HOPE PPLEOE RETURN FORBROADWAY UNDER THE STARS.OH MY GOSH, IT’S JUST INCREDIBLEIN KANSAS CITY.RYAN JOHNSON KMBC9 NEWS GODSPELLKICKS THINGS OFF A STARLIGHT ONJUNE 22ND CASEY STREETCAR ANDRIDE KC ANNOUNCED THEY RETURNEDTOFULL CAPACITY STARTING MAY31ST MASKS ON BUSES AND THESTREETCAR ARE STILL REQUIREDDOCTORS.OKAY, YOU HEALTH SYSTEM ARE NOTSEEING A SPIKE IN COVID-19HOSPITALIZATIONS.THEY SAY INFECTION RATES ARE LOWBECAUSE MANY BUSINESSES STILLREQUIRE OR ENCOUGERA MASKS MOREPEOPLE GIVE VACCINATED EACH DAYAND THOSE WHO ARE RECENTLYINFECTED HAVE ANTIBODIES.EVEN IF YOU’VE HAD COVID THEREARE MANY BENEFI FTSROM THEVACCINE.PROTECT YOURSELF PROTECTYOURSELFRO FM GETTING ANYDISEASE WHATSOEVER PROTECTYOURSELF FROM MISSING DAYS OFWORK.WE KNOW THAT’S VERY IMPORTANTTHE ECONOMIC VALUE OF GETTINGTHIS EVEN IFOU Y INDIVIDUALLYARE AT LOW RISK OF DISEASE ANDSEVERE DISEASE.DOCTORS ADD DRUG MAKERS ARESTUDYING COVID VACCINE BOOSTERSHOTS TO KEEP IMMUNITY HIGH.HERE’S A LOOK AT THE VACCINATIONRATES IN OUR METRO AREA.JOHNNSO COUNTY.KANSAS HAS THE HIGHESTPERCENTAGE

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