KC Metro COVID-19 updates for July 24

KC Metro COVID-19 updates for July 24

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, continues to spread across the world, and in Missouri and Kansas.

41 Action News is keeping track of all closings and cancellations, as well as tracking where positive coronavirus cases are located.

If you are a business finding unique ways to serve our community, check our KC Open for Business Facebook group to share your ideas.

Updates on the spread of the virus and how it is affecting the metro can be found below for July 24.

5:30 a.m. | The Kansas City Royals announced Wednesday that Greater Kansas City Day presented by Price Chopper, which had to be postponed in April, now will take place on Friday, July 24. Flags benefiting Royals Charities and the Rotary Youth Camp can be purchased at area Price Chopper stores for $10 or online.

5 a.m. | The Kansas Department of Revenue announced the Kansas City, Kansas, driver’s license location will temporarily close Friday, July 24, due to a suspected COVID-19 case at the office.

This is the office located at 155 S. 18th Street.

Customers who had an appointment at this location can still go to the following locations:

  • 6507 Johnson Drive, Mission
  • 13507 S. MurLen Suite #137, Olathe
  • 7600 W. 119th Street, Suite D, Overland Park
  • 111 B Delaware Street, Leavenworth
  • 1035 N. 3rd Street, Suite 119, Lawrence

The Kansas City, Kansas, location will reopen on Monday, July 27.

Previous coverage:
March 2020 updates
April 2020 updates
May 2020 updates
June 2020 updates
Wednesday, July 1
Thursday, July 2
Friday, July 3
Monday, July 6
Tuesday, July 7
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Thursday, July 9
Friday, July 10
Monday, July 13
Tuesday, July 14
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Thursday, July 16
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Monday, July 20
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