Some Kansas businesses eagerly reopen, but others hesitate
May 6, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Restaurant dining rooms, retail stores and some offices began reopening Monday after Kansas lifted a statewide stay-at-home order, though some business owners hesitated, still concerned about the novel coronavirus.
Gov. Laura Kelly plans to reopen the pandemic-battered economy in four stages between now an at least June 15. The first stage began when her stay-at-home order expired at midnight Sunday, allowing dine-in service in restaurants and the reopening of stores, though social distancing still must be observed.
But some owners weren't ready to open their stores t...