Kansas' largest county considers allowing mask order to end


April 23, 2021

OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — Elected officials in Kansas' largest county are considering whether to get rid of a mask mandate, as a growing number of communities have done in recent weeks, and health officials aren't opposing the move.

The issue goes before the Johnson County commission next Thursday, one day before the current mask order is set to expire, WDAF-TV reports.

"As long as it is very clear to everyone that we have not achieved heard immunity and that we have a lot of work to do, and that wearing masks continue to be important, we'll be supportive of moving to strongly recommend masks," said...

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