Kansas City to extend mask mandate in public, Mayor Lucas says


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Mayor Quinton Lucas plans to extend Kansas City’s mask mandate, he announced Thursday. 

The order requiring everyone to wear masks in public in Kansas City went into effect on June 29. It was set to expire this Sunday. 

But the mayor’s office said the order will be extended. It’s not clear yet how long the mask mandate will be extended for. 

Lucas will provide further information, along with the next steps in Kansas City’s COVID-19 response efforts, at a news conference Friday. 

FOX4 will be there streaming live at 9:30 a.m. Friday to bring you the latest details. Watch on FOX4 News, fox4kc.com or the FOX4 app. 



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