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1 JCDHE releases guidance for school year | gardnernews.com
2 JCDHE and American Academy of Pediatrics release recommendations for back-to-school
3 Johnson County health officials recommend requiring indoor masks at public schools this fall
4 As COVID-19 cases rise in Johnson County, vaccinations hit new high — near 70%, CDC says
5 Low vaccination rates in surrounding counties concern JoCo public health officials
6 Delta variant becoming 'dominant strain' of COVID-19 in Johnson County — here's what that could mean
7 Some Johnson County parents agree with health department's masking recommendations
8 3 Johnson County school districts to discuss 2021-2022 COVID-19 mitigation plans
9 Johnson County to review mask mandate policy next week KSHB Kansas City
10 Johnson County moving vaccination clinic to location in Mission
11 COVID-19 outbreak confirmed at Johnson County summer camp
12 JoCo residents urge officials not to reinstate mask mandates
13 SMSD would be Johnson County outlier if it adopts plan to require masks for elementary kids
14 Key metric plummets after JoCo health department changes COVID-19 dashboard — here's why
15 Kansas City Health Departments: Unvaccinated Residents Should Wear Masks Again
16 Five candidates battle for seat on Olathe school board in August primary
17 Mask mandate for K-6 fails by 1 vote | gardnernews.com
18 Here's What Kansas City Should Know About Face Mask Mandates As COVID Worsens Again
19 Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas encourages – not mandates – mask wearing
20 JCDHE, Heart to Heart International screen volunteers to administer COVID-19 vaccines
21 JCDHE partners with Hy-Vee to administer COVID-19 vaccines at senior living facilities
22 A look at who could be next after mandatory masking passes for KCK schools
23 Kansas City health departments, including Johnson County, advise unvaccinated residents to wear masks again
24 'Uneventful and perfect', JCDHE improves process at vaccination clinic following troubled first day
25 Johnson County changes school gating criteria to 'Red'
26 Johnson County will stop getting Moderna vaccine — what that means for residents needing their second dose
27 Johnson County weighs CDC's revised mask guidance as spread in KC region remains 'high'
28 JCDHE optimistic Johnson & Johnson vaccine will increase local supply
29 Kansas City Employer COVID Vaxx Mandates Underway » 4State News MO AR KS OK
30 Johnson County health department adjusts COVID-19 vaccine site
31 JOCO health officials say high school winter sports risky without COVID-19 mitigation
32 Johnson County opens vaccine interest survey to all residents, regardless of age or job
33 Walk-up COVID vaccination clinics available at Juneteenth, Edgerton Frontier Days celebrations
34 JoCo health officials say data doesn’t support in-person learning
35 COVID-19 Update: Vaccines remain limited in Johnson County, but new cases keep falling
36 Phase 2, Tier 1 vaccine distribution begins this week in Johnson County
37 Johnson County to continue vaccination plan, despite weather delaying next round of vaccine doses
38 Expanded COVID-19 testing available in Johnson County
39 COVID-19 update: Johnson County vaccine Phases 3 & 4 to start — but Phase 2 isn't over
40 Johnson County to offer vaccine to teachers, 65+ and others beginning this week
41 100,000 doses: Johnson County health department says county has surpassed big mark
42 Johnson County health department updates school gating criteria
43 Weekly COVID-19 Update: Johnson County nears 5% positivity, thousands in line for second vaccine dose
44 Johnson County updates vaccination plan for next week as Kansas prepares to move to next phases
45 Johnson County moves into Phase 2 of vaccine distribution
46 Weekly COVID-19 Update: Case trend 'better than expected' — but officials urge against large holiday gatherings
47 COVID-19 Update: 'True decline' in COVID transmission, but bad weather hampers vaccine
48 Johnson County could wrap up COVID-19 vaccinations in 'two to four weeks'
49 Blue Valley announces return-to-school plan after bucking JCDHE criteria
50 COVID-19 Update: Text alerts, craft brewery clinics — how Johnson County is trying to vaccinate young adults
51 COVID-19 Update: Johnson County kids ages 12 to 15 can now start getting Pfizer vaccine
52 Kansas moves to Phase 2 of vaccine plan — what that means for Johnson County
53 Kansas suspends use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine — how that impacts Johnson County
54 Johnson County Kids Ages 12-15 Can Now Start Getting Pfizer's COVID Vaccine
55 Johnson Co. to have dedicated location for COVID-19 vaccination clinic
56 Weekly COVID-19 Update: Testing up in JoCo ahead of Thanksgiving, but officials warn negative results don't mean it's safe to celebrate in groups
57 Johnson County schools in red zone with increase in COVID-19 cases in the county
58 Briefly Noted: New associate principal appointed at Shawnee Mission East
59 Weekly COVID-19 Update: JoCo makes plans for arrival of vaccine; front-line workers at KU Health could get first doses this week
60 SMSD reports 825 students, staff in COVID-19 isolation or quarantine The rate of COVID-19
61 Johnson County Health Department updates dashboard to include COVID-19 vaccination information
62 Johnson County health leaders push to vaccinate high school students
63 District implements new model for addressing COVID-19 exposures
64 Johnson County wants to gauge interest in vaccine among health care providers
65 Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly talks US 69 toll lanes, pandemic recovery and vaccines in exclusive SM Post interview
66 COVID-19 Update: Educators finish first-dose vaccinations, as Johnson County records no new deaths from disease
67 COVID-19 Update: Johnson County finds more variant cases as community spread increases
68 For most Johnson Countians, it will likely be weeks — or even months — until they can get COVID-19 vaccine
69 Johnson County teachers, childcare providers next in line for COVID-19 vaccines
70 Weekly COVID-19 Update: Even as vaccines start, JoCo records deadliest week of pandemic yet
71 Weekly COVID-19 Update: Johnson County sees decline in new COVID-19 cases
72 Shawnee Mission, DeSoto, Gardner-Edgerton school districts to start year with remote learning
73 Weekly COVID-19 Update: Vaccinations in JoCo pick up pace, but so do new cases, hospitalizations
74 Weekly COVID-19 Update: JoCo health officials say low vaccine supply is hampering Phase 2 effort
75 SMSD News: Thank you to our healthcare heroes
76 De Soto USD 232 to start school year remotely amid pandemic
77 Lenexa warehouse chosen for Johnson County vaccination site
78 Johnson County expands Phase 2 vaccinations this week — here's who's next and who must still wait
79 Shawnee Mission School District faces pressure to return to remote-only learning
80 Johnson County to begin vaccinating those 65 and older this week — here's what you need to know
81 New COVID-19 cases in Johnson County are creeping up again — what could be driving that
82 With COVID-19 cases dropping in Johnson County, officials won't report data every day
83 Johnson County receives more vaccine doses for health care workers
84 JCDHE's drive-thru COVID-19 testing comes to Gardner July 10 | gardnernews.com
85 About 30000 Johnson County residents have been vaccinated so far — here's who's next
86 CDC vaccination data shows Johnson County leading Kansas City metro
87 SMSD News: Join us for a virtual town hall on health and safety
88 Johnson County urges Chiefs fans to avoid 'Superspreader Sunday' — for starters, stay home
89 Some Johnson County residents are going to rural Kansas to get vaccinated — here's why
90 Missouri to receive 50,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine
91 SMSD to return to full-time in-person learning for all grades
92 Local sports league continues playing with new safety rules in place
93 Health advisory issued for creek in Overland Park because of sewer line break
94 Why it still takes several days — and sometimes longer — to get back COVID-19 test results in Johnson County
95 Johnson County, Kansas Health Department releases school reopening guidelines
96 Kansas City area COVID-19 vaccine planner for April 4-10
97 JoCo health official encourages mask use, won’t require it ‘at this time’
98 If Kansas essential workers get hazard pay raise, ‘that would be huge’
99 Johnson County COVID-19 drive-thru testing site to open Friday for anyone who lives, works in county
100 200 people in quarantine after COVID-19 outbreak among the Olathe School District