Kansas and Missouri Officials Dictate “Stay Home” Order for 30 Days….

CTH analyzes data to assemble unemotional models that reflect/predict outcomes.  If this type of government mandate expands much further, there WILL be rationing – it is an inescapable conclusion.  It’s not a matter of “if“, it’s a matter of when… where… and how.

Perhaps that explains all the National Guard deployments and pre-staging:

Kansas/Missouri – Today the CORE 4 partners of Jackson County, Missouri; Johnson County, Kansas; Kansas City, Missouri, and the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas, based on the urgency of the COVID-19 public health emergency and the imminent rapid progression of the pandemic in our area, announce that beginning Tuesday, March 24, residents will be directed to stay at home except for essential needs.

All jurisdictions will issue orders that will stay in effect for 30 days from the effective date of March 24, with consideration after 30 days of whether to prolong these orders beyond that date, based on public health and critical care metrics available at that time.

Examples of essential businesses and services that will remain open during this time period include critical government services, infrastructure projects, childcare, healthcare, grocery stores, pharmacies, and delivery/carry-out/drive-through services from restaurants. Additional details are forthcoming.

The chief elected officer and medical directors for each jurisdiction will hold a joint news conference tomorrow, March 22 at 1:00 p.m. at Union Station, where more details will be made available. (read more).

When you hear the words “non-essential” consider…. The food supply chain requires constant supplies of: oil, packaging (and all ancillary), cardboard (and all ancillary), paper, recycling, steel, plastics, stone, hydraulics, rubber, parts to repair machinery, fabric, cotton, mechanics, data analysts, communication experts, accountants, actuaries, refrigeration, coolant, glass, wood, barrels, tanks, trucks, and much more…

Whatever “it” is may seem “non-essential” until you start to realize it is part of a massive and complex ancillary input system into a very complex sector of the economy. Remove one component and the system, already under considerable strain, can freeze or slow….

That’s where “rationing” comes in.

 

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495 Responses to Kansas and Missouri Officials Dictate “Stay Home” Order for 30 Days….

  1. RArcangelo says:

    What amazes me is the widespread compliance…like sheep being led to slaughter..according to Judge Nap (who I do not like), this is not constitutional and can be challenged in the courts…

    https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/judge-andrew-napolitano-liberty-coronavirus

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    • chile palmer says:

      spot on, whats with the compliance ????????

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    • Keep in mind that Kansas has scowling Democrat Governor, Kansas City MO and Wyandotte County, KS vote Democrat, and that the formerly Republican stronghold of Johnson County, Kansas went to HRC in the 2016 election.

      But at this point it’s more like a work from home vacation around here. While some are taking it seriously, and the roads are less congested, many are out riding bikes, walking, planting gardens, yard work and hanging out with friends. Strips malls are pretty much dead, but Costco, Sam’s, Target, Walmart, local grocers, Home Depot, Lowes and eateries offering take out are bristling with business.

      One of my clients is retuning to KC fro Florida only to be put into a mandatory 14-Day quarantine

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    • Keep in mind that Kansas has scowling Democrat Governor, Kansas City MO and Wyandotte County, KS vote Democrat, and that the formerly Republican stronghold of Johnson County, Kansas went to HRC in the 2016 election.

      But at this point it’s more like a work from home vacation around here. While some are taking it seriously, and the roads are less congested, many are out riding bikes, walking, planting gardens, yard work and hanging out with friends. Strips malls are pretty much dead, but Costco, Sam’s, Target, Walmart, local grocers, Home Depot, Lowes and eateries offering take out are bristling with business.

      One of my clients is retuning to KC fro Florida only to be put into a mandatory 14-Day quarantine

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    • … which might be one reason why AG Barr wants the power to “ask” (sic …) to close those courts.

      The fact of the matter is that this has abruptly turned much more sinister against the American people.

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      • From the article: (emphasis mine)

        Why is this happening? Throughout history, free people have been willing to accept the devil’s bargain of trading liberty for safety when they are fearful. We supinely accept the shallow and hollow offers of government that somehow less liberty equals more safety.

        This happened here with the Alien and Sedition Acts in the 1790s when the Federalists feared a second revolution, during the Civil War when Lincoln feared dissent and Congress feared defeat, during World War I when President Woodrow Wilson suppressed the speech he hated and feared, and during the Great Depression when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt feared economic calamity and seized property without compensation.

        And, after 9/11, fearing another attack, Congress secretly crafted the Patriot Act’s circumvention of the Fourth Amendment and creation of the total surveillance state.

        This sordid history came about when the public was fearful of the unknown and trustful of the government’s bargain. But the safety offered for the liberty sacrificed never came to pass.

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    • Rarcangelo- EXACTLY. I cannot believe how dumb all my Lib Dem neighbors and friends are! There is no resistance at all in this part of NY except for our locals and old timers who are locked and loaded.

      We are in the minority in this part of the state, but we are not going down without a fight. I am frightened beyond words for my children and grandchildren who are all mindless Lib Dems. They were brainwashed in college and never recovered. They think we are crazy and paranoid. Before they get on the trains to the concentration camps, I will fight with every ounce of strength I have to stop them.
      People who have nothing left to lose are very dangerous indeed. There will be blood in the streets if this doesn’t end soon.

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  2. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    I said from the beginning this is an action by the globalists to test us to see if we would fall into actual communism without a fight. They were proven right! The majority of the sheeple fell for this hook line and sinker.

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    • RArcangelo says:

      funny thing is, this can be fought in court..according to Judge Nap…but Americans are sheep…and perhaps really do want to be slaughtered..

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    • Southern Trumpette says:

      Who knew that all the government needs to do in order to get Americans to comply is to threaten their supply of toilet paper?

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        I think of my grandparents who fought a world war, who survived unemployment and food rationing, who had outhouses with newspaper and catalogs for wipes, wells that sometimes ran dry for water…who never had the conveniences and abundance we have today. And then I think of what a selfish and sorry bunch of weak whiners and doomsday prophets we are today. It looks like the ‘survivors’ of today are going to be the poor, the ones who know how to survive without soft toilet tissue…

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  3. MD says:

    Listening to Trumps task force briefing from yesterday, I believe that something is coming soon. He was talking about chloroquin and I thought I heard him say he has personal experience with it. I also remembered the CTH article about him going to the Dr for a couple hours right after the meeting on trade with China.

    He has made it clear what his thoughts on chloroquin are and Dr. Fauci tried to dismiss it during the briefing as untested until pressed more. What if they gave it to President Trump and he personally knows it works. If this comes out as an effective treatment in a week or two the Dems will once again look like the communist, lying clowns they are.

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    • Kaco says:

      Dr Fauci should know that apparently some doctors are ALREADY USING THE REGIME despite its off-label use and his want to clinical trials. There is a lot of documentation how it worked for the first SARS and coronaviruses, I saw earlier.

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    • Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

      Whatif the jig isup and PDJT is keeping us off the streets to keep us out of thelne of fire? NG deploed to clean streets? Military units on East Coast on stand-by warning orders, some for special missions, the planes that provide safe comms to USG all left Offutt AFB (officially because of a storm coming toward Offutt). And nothing is happening? I say listen to PT, stay home and wash your hands. Watch…

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  4. Nashville says:

    The number of N95 masks 3M can produce sounds impressive.
    I’m a manager in a factory that is considered vital to stay open.
    I was asked how many masks we would need for the next 90 days to keep employees safe.
    Answer, 400 employees X 90 days = 36,000
    That is only one mask per person per day.
    The silence one the other end of the phone call told me all I needed to know.
    We will get no masks.

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    • Nashville says:

      On a sad note
      My wife RN BSN at Vanderbilt has been using the same N95 mask for a week!
      They are out, warehouse destroyed by tornado first week of March.

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    • Sentient says:

      I’m no virologist, but couldn’t all 400 employees toss their once-used masks into a big bin at the end of the day and have it sealed for 9-10 days? The next day’s masks go into bin #2, etc. The virus only stays active on surfaces for – at most – 9 days. On day eleven, you start to re-use the masks from day one. And so on. If they could be used 9 times, you’d only need 4,000 masks for 90 days. Hospitals should be doing this, too.

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    • ms doodlebug says:

      Are the N95 masks the disposable masks routinely worn by surgeons and other medical personnel?

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    • 1nikao says:

      Does everyone in the factory need to wear a mask?
      Just to let you know.
      At our hospital, we are not allowed to use a mask if a patient is coughing in our face and hasn’t been tested, but has all the symptoms.
      People working in close proximity with people who have all the symptoms but not being tested and no employee can wear a mask.
      And, most people with symptoms are still not being tested.

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  5. Aisheschayal says:

    Looks like someone is questioning the Italy statistics https://mobile.twitter.com/andrewbostom/status/1241537942159536128/photo/1

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    • RArcangelo says:

      Oh my God, how about that…that is shocking…how many times have we heard, we are next, we trail Italy by 10 days etc etc etc

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    • Kaco says:

      It depends, if they died of the pneumonia, then it was caused by the coronavirus.

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        As if there are no other known causes of pneumonia? Or maybe they already had medical conditions, maybe even pneumonia, which weakened their bodies’ defense against the coronavirus?

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  6. Sentient says:

    The Fed is printing money to buy mortgage-backed securities in order to keep mortgage rates low. At the same time, governors are issuing lockdown orders that will – among other things – keep real estate appraisers locked in their houses. They’re at cross purposes.

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    • Kaco says:

      I was supposed to sell my parents’ house this summer. I don’t know what I’m going to do now.

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      • MfM says:

        This is just one area that is a problem. One not segment of the economy this is destroying in a ripple effect.

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      • JustScott says:

        In cant prove it, but I believe deep in my heart that after the pent up demand, after this is over, and President Trump’s new US Manufacturing Resurgence will take us into the new Roaring Twenties. “History doesn’t repeat, but it rhymes.” (1914 WW1, 1918 Spanish Flu, 1921 Depression, then Happy Times)

        Short term, do we see a Kennedy-esque DEFCON-1? You know the Pentagon has to be nervous about our enemies. Especially CCP, after their failed bio-warfare experiment.

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        • Kaco says:

          I hope so. As more stuff comes out, I’m just getting a bad vibe that the Deep State did coordinate this with CCP or is taking advantage of it with the sabotage. Either way makes me sick but I would suppose the latter would sit better with me.

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      • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

        List it anyway, and at the price you had in mind before this bullcrap ruined everything, or at least close to it.
        Interest rates are nearly “free”, so if the property has any redeeming value, someone looking could very well find other reasons to just go ahead & pull the trigger. 💪 🤜🤛

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        • Kaco says:

          Thank you, I had intended on listing it sometime in July. I hope things will get better by then. I think it depends how long they want us all locked up/shut down.

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  7. Willy Nilly says:

    They are going to make the people crazy. The “cure” is fast becoming far worse than the disease. Mad Max is suddenly on the horizon, unbelievable.

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  8. Larry Fischer DVM says:

    Turning and turning in the widening gyre
    The falcon cannot hear the falconer
    Things fall apart, the center cannot hold;
    Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
    The blood-dimmed tide is loosed and everywhere
    The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
    The best lack all conviction, while the worst
    Are full of passionate intensity.
    -William Butler Yeats [1865-1939] ‘The Second Coming’, last stanza, and
    ——————
    It matter not how strait the gait,
    How charged with punishments the scroll,
    I am the master of my fate;
    I am the captain of my soul.
    Last stanza of ‘Invictus’ by William Earnest Henley [1849-1903]

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