The COVID-19 epidemic stops the Kansas City metro area

Sunday saw the expansion of COVID-19 cases in Missouri in three digits, and several new counties on both sides of the state line have issued “stay at home” orders which will take effect Tuesday at 12:01 am. More case announcements are expected. Here is a rundown of the main news: MONDAY UPDATES 5:52 – The Missouri Corrections Department said it had received notification that an offender has tested positive for COVID-19. This notification marks the first reported case of COVID-19 among MODOC offenders. There are no reported cases of COVID-19 among staff. 5:30 – The Kansas City health department said that confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kansas City have risen to 25 people. The numbers include eight cases in KCMO in Clay County, 16 in KCMO in Jackson County and one case in KCMO in Platte County. Kansas City also claimed that 16 women and nine men tested positive.4: 54 p.m. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has added new states to the quarantine mandates. KDHE is now imposing a 14-day home quarantine for kansans who have: Traveled to a community broadcast state (California, Florida, New York and Washington) on March 15 or later. Traveled to Illinois or New Jersey in March or after 11pm. Visit the counties of Eagle, Summit, Pitkin and Gunnison in Colorado in the week of March 8 or later. Traveled on a cruise ship or river cruise on March 15 or later. People who have previously been told by Public Health to quarantine because of their cruise ship travel should complete their quarantine. Received notification from public health officials (state or local) that there is close contact with a case confirmed by the COVID-19 laboratory. You must quarantine your home for 14 days from the last contact with the case. Close contact is defined as someone who has been closer than 6 feet for more than 10 minutes while the patient is symptomatic. He has traveled abroad since March 15 or later. People who have previously been told by public health to quarantine because of their international journey to China, South Korea, Japan, Italy and Iran should complete their quarantine. 16:20 – The Clay County Public Health Center announced three COVID-19 cases on Monday afternoon. The new cases bring the total confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Missouri to 186. Play County health officials said the cases are a 50-year-old male and female and an 80-year-old woman. None of the people have traveled recently, which indicates that the spread of the community is taking place, health officials said: “Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread in the Kansas City metropolitan area and Clay County is no exception. “Clay County Public Health Director Gary E. Zaborac said. “We want to make it clear to everyone that prevention against COVID-19 should be taken seriously. Right now, we are asking everyone to follow the ongoing refuge to protect our families, friends and neighbors and help prevent our healthcare facilities. are overwhelmed. “3:30 pm – Frank White, Jr., Jackson County executive, released an emergency funding proposal to fight the COVID-19 budget on our community on Monday. White has named his funding proposal for emergency in honor of Missouri state representative Joe Runions, who recently announced he was diagnosed with COVID-19. The proposed funding focuses on providing essential support to county safety net health service providers, Truman medical centers and the county health department, as well as first responders and food delivery agencies in the area. “If approved by the county legislature, the Runions Act would immediately make millions of dollars available to our frontline suppliers to purchase the equipment, tests and resources they need to protect the community,” said White.2: 52 pm – The Platte County Health Department confirmed its first positive COVID-19 case in Platte County. The Platte County Health Department said it continues to work with the Department of Health and Elderly Services (DHSS) and the CDC to identify and contact people who may have come into contact with the individual while they were infectious. No other information was provided on the case. 2:00 pm – The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services released new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday afternoon and the total soared to 183 with three deaths. The updated totals include 17 cases for the city of Kansas City, 10 cases in Jackson County and six in Cass County. St. Louis County has 69 cases with 15 reported in the city of St. Louis. 13:45 – Dr. Lee Norman of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said that Kansas now has 82 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state of Sunflower. Johnson County continues to have the highest totals in the state with 32 confirmed cases. Wyandotte County has 16, Douglas County has eight and Leavenworth County has five. Norman said 47 of the confirmed cases were verified through private laboratories. He also said he expects Kansas to have 300 to 400 cases by the end of the month. Nine – The Cass County Health Department has stated that a “home stay” order for the county will come into effect at 00:01 the order follows Jackson County, Clay County, Platte County and the city of Kansas City in Missouri and Douglas County, Johnson County, Wyandotte County and Leavenworth County who also previously announced “stay at home” orders. “The Cass County Health Department will release documentation specifying the details of the residence order at home later today (Monday),” said the health department. The “stay at home” order requires residents to remain in place, with only exceptions being essential needs. – Wyandotte Couty, Kansas officials say 16 positive COVID-19 tests have been reported in the county. Johnson County, Kansas, health officials report that the county has up to 31 confirmed cases. 9:00 am – Kansas City, Missouri public school district officials said a district employee tested positive for COVID-19. A district statement did not identify the employee’s name or location, but stated that the employee is being treated at a local hospital and is recovering well. 8:00 am – Leavenworth VA Medical Center health officials say a hospital employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Hospital officials have not explained how the employee contracted coronavirus, but added that the risk of transmission to other patients and staff remains low at this time. 6:30 am – The Associated Press reports that Missouri now has 128 confirmed COVID-19 cases. This number differs from information provided by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The next Missouri is expected to update case numbers around 2:00 pm. Monday. SUNDAY UPDATES 9 p.m. – The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri rose again on Sunday evening with 106 confirmed cases of coronavirus and three deaths. Kansas City has 13 confirmed COVID-19 cases, Cass County has six, Jackson County has 6 and Johnson County, Missouri has one. St. Louis County leads the state with 23 confirmed cases, while the city of St. Louis is 10am. 8:00 pm – Add Douglas County and the city of Lawrence, Kansas to the list of areas that will go below an order to “stay home” at 12:01 on Tuesday. Douglas County joins other Kansas counties in the Kansas City metropolitan area – Johnson, Wyandotte and Leavenworth – which are under the order of the people who stay home, unless it is for essential business. – The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Missouri rose to nearly 100 on Sunday, including at least five cases related to a suburban St. Louis nursery. The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, was up to 90, according to the state, an increase from 75 on Saturday. But later on Sunday, St. Louis announced six more cases. At least five cases are related to the Temple Israel nursery school in Creve Coeur. The synagogue said in a statement last Saturday that a total of four teachers have now tested positive for COVID-19. Even a parent of a preschooler has given positive results. 15: 15 – Clay County has joined the growing list of counties in the Kansas City metropolitan area to issue a “residence order at home” that will come into effect at 12:01 on Tuesday 2:30. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the state now has 64 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Johnson County continues to lead the state with the highest cases of the new coronavirus with 28, followed by Wyandotte County at 14 and the Douglas and Leavenworth counties at 4:15. – The city of Belton, Missouri has announced that it will join Core 4 in the “stay at home” order to limit the spread of COVID-19. 13:30 – The director of the Platte County Health Department ordered Platte County residents to remain at home on Tuesday at 12:01. It’s an order like what’s in place in Kansas City and Jackson County, Missouri, and the counties of Leavenworth, Johnson and Wyandotte in Kansas.11 – The Johnson County Department of Health and the Environment in Kansas said who continues to receive questions about staying home to take effect at 12:01 am on Tuesday. To help residents better understand what is acceptable and unacceptable, the county has created a FAQ page on its website. 9:30 am – Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announces new executive orders, allowing doctors to prescribe drugs after telematic visits and outside state doctors to threaten through telemedicine. The orders also allow temporary emergency licenses for health workers regulated by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts. 8:40 am – The Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri is reporting its first confirmed case of COVID-19. According to a base press release on Sunday morning, the case was confirmed on Saturday and is an adult, non-military member. “Whiteman AFB remains in BRAVO health protection condition,” the base said in the statement. “There are no further immediate restrictions in place, however, they could be implemented in the future.” 8:30 am – Leavenworth County authorities in Kansas have issued a “home stay” order that will take effect on Tuesday and remain in effect until 11:59 pm April 23. 8: Since 8 on Sunday, there have been 90 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri, including 13 in Kansas City, six in Cass county, five in Jackson county and one in Johnson county, Missouri. In Kansas, there are 55 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 26 in Johnson County, Kansas and 13 in Wyandotte County. UPDATE SATURDAY 4:30 – The Johnson and Wyandotte counties in Kansas and Jackson County in Missouri, along with the municipalities of KCMO and KCK, have agreed to issue a “stay at home” order, starting on Tuesday. According to this order, only essential companies and organizations can remain open in these sectors. The order will last for 30 days. Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas said 14 area school districts on the Missouri side of the state border agreed to remain closed until April 24. These districts have not been listed. Missouri Governor Mike Parson detailed his social removal order on Saturday at a press conference. According to the order, all social gatherings of over 10 people in the state are prohibited. Restaurants are ordered to continue only carry-through or drive-thru service. The schools have been ordered to remain closed until the end of the order, which will expire on April 6. – The state of Kansas now reports a total of 55 COVID-19 cases, with a new mortality reported in Johnson County. In all, 25 cases have been confirmed in Johnson County and 13 cases in Wyandotte County. The fatality in Johnson County was a man in his seventies. Health officials said he was hospitalized and had other unprecedented basic travel health problems. UPDATES FRIDAY 8:50 – The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri rises to 73.7: 15 p.m. St. Louis county officials reported that a 60-year-old woman who suffered from health problems before being diagnosed with COVID-19 died in a hospital. Officials still don’t know if she traveled or how she was exposed to the virus. 19:00 – The Clay County Commission stated in a statement that it is “aware of the patient who has tested positive for the new COVID – 19 coronavirus on Friday March 20 at Liberty Hospital in Liberty, Missouri.” Health officials of Clay County claim that the patient is from Kansas City. 6:30 – Jackson County, Missouri Department of Health, says the county now has five COVID-19 cases in eastern Jackson County. 18:00 – Reportedly, a member of the Missouri House of Representatives tested positive for the COVID-19 test. 5:30 in the afternoon. Cass County health officials said two new COVID-19 cases were reported in the area, bringing the county total to six. Officials said the most recent cases are in Belton and Raymore, and patients are currently in isolation and following the directions of the CDC. 16:45 – The Kansas City, Missouri health department now reports 12 confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the city. Authorities said six patients are men, six patients are women, all aged between 20 and 60, and all are recovering at home. – Leavenworth County, Kansas, confirms that two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the county, bringing the county total to 4 cases. Health officials said the first patient is a 20-year-old male with a recent travel history, the second patient is a 40-year-old woman with no travel history. Neither person is related to or associated with the two previous cases in the county. 3:00 pm – Missouri Governor Mike Parson said the total number of cases in the state is up to 47. He said he now requires a social removal in Missouri and a ban on meetings for more than 10 people in the state. An order is expected to be released with details of the changes on Saturday. 2:00 pm – Jackson County health officials reported the county’s first death from COVID-19 on Thursday afternoon. Health officials said the victim was an 80-year-old woman who had previously been identified with COVID-19. She too hadn’t traveled recently. The county also revealed two new cases of COVID-19.1: 30 p.m. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Thursday Kansas now has 44 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases. That’s an increase of 10 since Wednesday. The Johnson County Health Department said Thursday Thursday it now has 24 suspected positive cases and Wyandotte County has nine cases. 11:30 am – Kansas launched a new program to provide short-term, interest-free loans to bars, restaurants, taverns and motels that struggle to cover operating expenses due to the economic budget of the coronavirus pandemic. 9:05 am – Missouri He reports that his confirmed COVID-19 case totals have risen to 47. The latest numbers were updated at 9:05 am by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The new numbers include seven confirmed cases in Kansas City, three in Jackson County and three in Cass County. 6:30 am – Kov Gov. Laura Kelly is expected to face the latest developments with COVID-19 in the state of Sunflower at 9:30 am Friday. Missouri government Mike Parson is expected to update the situation in Missouri at 3:00 pm – Both Kansas and Missouri updated the COVID-19 case totals on Thursday, and increases continue. Kansas totals have risen to 35, while Missouri has risen to 28. TOTAL CASES PER COUNTY: Kansas: 82 Bourbon cases: 1 Butler: 3 Sherokee: 2 Douglas: 8 Franklin: 1 Jackson: 1 Jackson: 32 (1 fatal) Leavenworth: 5Linn: 2Lyon: 2Mitchell: 2Morris: 2 2Pottawatomie: 1Reno: 2Sedgwick: 2Wyandotte: 16 (1 fatal) ** County and state numbers may not reflect the total number due to release times. Missouri: 194 cases * Adair: 2Bates: 1Boone: 17 (1 fatal) Callaway: 1Camden: 1Cassa: 6Christian: 1Clay: 3Clinton: 1Cole: 5Dunklin: 1Greene: 16Henry: 1Jackson: 10 (1 fatal) Jasper: 1Johnson: 1Kansas City (city): 25Lafayette 1Moniteau: 1Perry: 1Pulaski: 1Scott: 1St. Charles: 4th. Francois: 1st. Louis: 69 (1 fatal) St. Louis (city): 15 (1 fatal) Taney: 1TBD: 6 ** County and state numbers may not reflect the total number due to release times.

Sunday saw the expansion of COVID-19 cases in Missouri in three digits, and several new counties on both sides of the state border issued “stay at home” orders which will enter into force on Tuesday at 12:01 pm.

Other cases are foreseen. Here is a rundown of the main news:

MONDAY UPDATES
17:52 – The Missouri Corrections Department said it had received notification that an offender has tested positive for COVID-19. This notification marks the first reported case of COVID-19 among MODOC offenders. There are no reported cases of COVID-19 among staff.

5:30 in the afternoon. – The Kansas City health department said that confirmed Kansas City COVID-19 cases have risen to 25 people. The numbers include eight cases in KCMO in Clay County, 16 in KCMO in Jackson County and one case in KCMO in Platte County. Kansas City also claimed that 16 women and nine men tested positive.

16:54 – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has added new states to the quarantine mandates. KDHE is now imposing 14-day home quarantine for kansans who have:

  • He traveled to a community broadcast state (California, Florida, New York and Washington) on March 15 or later.
  • Traveled to Illinois or New Jersey on March 23 or later.
  • We visited the counties of Eagle, Summit, Pitkin and Gunnison in Colorado in the week of March 8 or later.
  • Traveled on a cruise ship or a river cruise on March 15th or after.
    • People who have previously been told by public health to quarantine because of the voyage of their cruise ships should end their quarantine.
    • Received notification from public health officials (state or local) that there is close contact with a laboratory confirmed case of COVID-19. You must quarantine your home for 14 days from the last contact with the case. Close contact is defined as someone who has been closer than 6 feet for more than 10 minutes while the patient is symptomatic.
    • Traveled abroad or after March 15th.
    • People who have previously been told by public health to quarantine because of their international travel to China, South Korea, Japan, Italy and Iran should end their quarantine.

16:20The Clay County Public Health Center announced three COVID-19 cases on Monday afternoon. The new cases bring the total of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Missouri to 186.

Clay County health officials said the cases are a 50-year-old male and female and an 80-year-old woman. None of the people have traveled recently, which indicates that the spread of the community is taking place, health officials said.

“Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread in the Kansas City metropolitan area and Clay County is no exception,” said Clay County Public Health Director Gary E. Zaborac. “We want to make it clear to everyone that prevention against COVID-19 should be taken seriously. Right now, we are asking everyone to follow the ongoing shelter to protect our families, friends and neighbors and help prevent our healthcare facilities from being overwhelmed. “

15:30 – Frank White, Jr., Jackson County executive, released an emergency funding proposal on Monday to combat the COVID-19 budget on our community. White named his emergency funding proposal in honor of Missouri state representative Joe Runions, who recently announced that he had received the diagnosis of COVID-19.

The proposed funding focuses on providing essential support to county safety net health service providers, Truman medical centers and county health department, as well as first responders and home food delivery agencies in the area. .

“If approved by the county legislature, the Runions Act would immediately make millions of dollars available to our frontline suppliers to purchase the equipment, tests and resources they need to protect the community,” said White.

14:52 – The Platte County Health Department confirmed its first positive COVID-19 case in Platte County. The Platte County Health Department said it continues to work with the Department of Health and Elderly Services (DHSS) and the CDC to identify and contact people who may have come into contact with the individual while they were infectious. No other information was provided on the case.

14:00 – The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services published new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday afternoon and the total rose to 183 with three deaths. The updated totals include 17 cases for the city of Kansas City, 10 cases in Jackson County and six in Cass County. St. Louis County has 69 cases with 15 reported in the city of St. Louis.

13:45 – Dr. Lee Norman of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Kansas now has 82 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state of Sunflower. Johnson County continues to have the highest totals in the state with 32 confirmed cases. Wyandotte County has 16, Douglas County has eight and Leavenworth County has five. Norman said 47 of the confirmed cases were verified through private laboratories. He also said he expects Kansas to have 300 to 400 cases by the end of the month.


twelve o’clock – The Cass County Health Department said that a “home stay” order for the county will come into effect at 00:01. The order follows Jackson County, Clay County, Platte County and the city of Kansas City in Missouri and Douglas County, Johnson County, Wyandotte County and Leavenworth County who also previously announced orders for ” stay at home “.

“The Cass County Health Department will release documentation detailing the residence order at home later today (Monday),” said the health department.

The “stay at home” order requires residents to remain in place, with only exceptions being essential needs.

10 – Wyandotte Couty, Kansas officials say 16 positive COVID-19 tests have been reported in the county. Johnson County, Kansas, health officials report that the county has up to 31 confirmed cases.

9 in the morning. Officials from Kansas City, Missouri’s public school district, said that a district employee tested positive for COVID-19. A district statement did not identify the employee’s name or location, but said that the employee is being treated at a local hospital and is recovering well.

8 in the morning. – Leavenworth VA Medical Center health officials say a hospital employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Hospital officials have not explained how the employee contracted coronavirus, but added that the risk of transmission to other patients and staff remains low at this time.

6:30 in the morning. – The Associated Press reports that Missouri now has 128 confirmed COVID-19 cases. This number differs from information provided by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The next Missouri is expected to update case numbers around 2:00 pm. Monday.

SUNDAY UPDATES
21:00 The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri increased again on Sunday evening with 106 confirmed cases of coronavirus and three deaths. Kansas City has 13 confirmed COVID-19 cases, Cass County has six, Jackson County has 6 and Johnson County, Missouri has one. St. Louis County leads the state with 23 confirmed cases, while the city of St. Louis has 10.

8:00 pm Add Douglas County and the city of Lawrence, Kansas to the list of areas that will go under a “home stay” order at 12:01 pm on Tuesday. Douglas County joins other Kansas counties in the Kansas City metropolitan area – Johnson, Wyandotte and Leavenworth – which are under the order of the people who stay home, unless it is for essential business.

17:23 – The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Missouri rose to nearly 100 on Sunday, including at least five cases related to a suburban nursery school in St. Louis.

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, was up to 90, according to the state, up from 75 on Saturday. But later on Sunday, St. Louis announced six more cases.

At least five cases are related to the Temple Israel nursery school in Creve Coeur. The synagogue said in a statement last Saturday that a total of four teachers have now tested positive for COVID-19. Even a parent of a preschooler has proven positive.

15:15 – Clay County has joined the growing list of counties in the Kansas City metropolitan area to issue a “residence order at home” that will take effect Tuesday at 12:01 pm.

2:30 in the afternoon. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the state now has 64 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Johnson County continues to lead the state with the highest cases of the new coronavirus with 28, followed by Wyandotte County at age 14 and Douglas and Leavenworth counties with four.

14:15 – The city of Belton, Missouri has announced that it will join Core 4 in the “stay at home” order to limit the spread of COVID-19.

13:30 – The director of the Platte County Health Department ordered Platte County residents to remain at home on Tuesday at 12:01. It is an order such as is in place in Kansas City and Jackson County in Missouri and in the counties of Leavenworth, Johnson and Wyandotte in Kansas.

11 in the morning. – The Johnson County Department of Health and the Environment in Kansas said it is continuing to receive questions about the home stay order which will take effect Tuesday at 12:01 am. To help residents better understand what is acceptable and unacceptable, the county has created a frequently asked questions page on its website.

9:30 in the morning. – Kansas governor Laura Kelly announces new executive orders, allowing doctors to prescribe drugs after telemedicine visits and foreign doctors to threaten through telemedicine. The orders also allow for temporary emergency licenses for health workers regulated by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts.

8:40 – The Whiteman Air Force base in Missouri is reporting its first confirmed case of COVID-19. According to a base press release on Sunday morning, the case was confirmed on Saturday and is an adult, non-military member. “Whiteman AFB remains in BRAVO health protection condition,” the base said in the statement. “There are no immediate and additional restrictions in place; however, they could be implemented in the future.”

08:30. – Leavenworth County, Kansas, authorities have issued a “home stay” order that will take effect on Tuesday and remain in effect until 11.59pm. April 23.

8 in the morning.As of 8 on Sunday, there have been 90 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri, including 13 in Kansas City, six in Cass County, five in Jackson County and one in Johnson County, Missouri. In Kansas, there are 55 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 26 in Johnson County, Kansas and 13 in Wyandotte County.

SATURDAY UPDATES
16:30 – The Johnson and Wyandotte counties in Kansas and Jackson County in Missouri, along with the municipalities of KCMO and KCK have agreed to issue a “stay at home” order, starting on Tuesday. According to this order, only essential companies and organizations can remain open in these sectors. The order will last for 30 days. Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas said 14 area school districts on the Missouri side of the state border agreed to remain closed until April 24. These districts were not listed.

15:00 Missouri Governor Mike Parson detailed his social removal order on Saturday at a press conference. According to the order, all social gatherings of over 10 people in the state are prohibited. Restaurants are ordered to continue only carry-through or drive-thru service. Schools have been ordered to remain closed until the end of the order, which will expire on April 6.

1 pm – Lo stato del Kansas ora riporta un totale di 55 casi di COVID-19, con una nuova mortalità segnalata nella Contea di Johnson. In tutto, 25 casi sono stati confermati nella Contea di Johnson e 13 casi nella Contea di Wyandotte. La fatalità nella Contea di Johnson era un uomo sulla settantina. Funzionari sanitari hanno dichiarato che è stato ricoverato in ospedale e aveva altri problemi di salute di base senza precedenti di viaggio.

AGGIORNAMENTI DEL VENERDI
20:50 – Il numero di casi confermati di COVID-19 nel Missouri sale a 73.

19:15 – I funzionari della contea di St. Louis hanno riferito che una donna di 60 anni, che ha sofferto di problemi di salute prima di essere diagnosticata con COVID-19, è morta in un ospedale. I funzionari non sanno ancora se ha viaggiato o come è stata esposta al virus.

7:00 pm – La Commissione della Contea di Clay ha dichiarato in una nota che è “consapevole del paziente che si è rivelato positivo per il romanzo coronavirus COVID ‐ 19 venerdì 20 marzo presso il Liberty Hospital di Liberty, Missouri”. I funzionari sanitari della Contea di Clay affermano che il paziente è di Kansas City.

18:30 – La contea di Jackson, nel dipartimento della salute del Missouri, afferma la contea ora ha cinque casi di COVID-19 nella contea di Jackson orientale.

18:00 – Secondo quanto riferito, un membro della Camera dei rappresentanti del Missouri è risultato positivo al test COVID-19.

5:30 di pomeriggio. – I funzionari sanitari della contea di Cass hanno dichiarato che nella zona sono stati segnalati due nuovi casi COVID-19, portando il totale della contea a sei. I funzionari hanno detto che i casi più recenti sono a Belton e Raymore, e i pazienti sono attualmente in isolamento e seguendo le indicazioni del CDC.

16:45 – Il dipartimento sanitario di Kansas City, Missouri, ora riporta 12 casi confermati COVID-19 all’interno della città. Le autorità hanno affermato che sei pazienti sono uomini, sei pazienti sono donne, tutte di età compresa tra 20 e 60 anni, e tutte si stanno riprendendo a casa.

4 pm. – Contea di Leavenworth, Kansas, conferma che due nuovi casi di COVID-19 sono stati confermati nella contea, portando il totale della contea a 4 casi. Funzionari sanitari hanno dichiarato che il primo paziente è un maschio di 20 anni con storia di viaggio recente, il secondo paziente è una donna di 40 anni senza storia di viaggio. Nessuna delle persone è imparentata o associata ai due casi precedenti della contea.

15:00 – Il Governatore del Missouri Mike Parson ha dichiarato che il numero totale di casi dello stato è fino a 47. Ha affermato che ora richiede un allontanamento sociale nel Missouri e il divieto di riunioni di oltre 10 persone nello stato. È previsto il rilascio di un ordine con i dettagli delle modifiche sabato.

14:00 – I funzionari sanitari della contea di Jackson hanno riportato la prima morte della contea a causa di COVID-19 giovedì pomeriggio. Funzionari della sanità hanno dichiarato che la vittima era una donna di circa 80 anni e che in precedenza era stata identificata con COVID-19. Anche lei non aveva viaggiato di recente. La contea ha anche rivelato due nuovi casi di COVID-19.

13:30 – Il Dipartimento della salute e dell’ambiente del Kansas ha dichiarato che giovedì Kansas ora ha 44 casi positivi confermati di COVID-19. That’s an increase of 10 since Wednesday. Il dipartimento sanitario della Contea di Johnson ha dichiarato che giovedì pomeriggio ha ora 24 presunti casi positivi e la Contea di Wyandotte ha nove casi.

11:30 – Kansas ha lanciato un nuovo programma per fornire prestiti a breve termine e senza interessi a bar, ristoranti, taverne e motel che lottano per coprire le spese operative a causa del bilancio economico della pandemia di coronavirus.

9:05 – Il Missouri riferisce che il totale dei casi confermati di COVID-19 è salito a 47. Gli ultimi numeri sono stati aggiornati alle 9:05 dal Dipartimento della salute e dei servizi senior del Missouri. I nuovi numeri includono sette casi confermati a Kansas City, tre nella Contea di Jackson e tre nella Contea di Cass.

6 e 30 del mattino. – Il governo del Kansas Laura Kelly dovrebbe affrontare gli ultimi sviluppi con COVID-19 nello stato di Sunflower alle 9:30 di venerdì. Il governo del Missouri Mike Parson dovrebbe aggiornare la situazione nel Missouri alle 15:00.

6 del mattino. – Sia Kansas che Missouri hanno aggiornato i totali dei casi COVID-19 giovedì e gli aumenti continuano. I totali del Kansas sono saliti a 35, mentre il Missouri è a 28.


TOTALE CASI PER PAESE:

Kansas: 82 casi
Borbone: 1
Maggiordomo: 3
Cherokee: 2
Douglas: 8
Franklin: 1
Jackson: 1
Johnson: 32 (1 fatale)
Leavenworth: 5
Linn: 2
Lione: 2
Mitchell: 2
Morris: 2
Pottawatomie: 1
Reno: 2
Sedgwick: 2
Wyandotte: 16 (1 fatale)
** I numeri di contea e di stato potrebbero non riflettere il numero totale a causa dei tempi di rilascio.

Missouri: 194 casi *
Adair: 2
Bates: 1
Boone: 17 (1 fatale)
Callaway: 1
Camden: 1
Cass: 6
Cristiano: 1
Argilla: 3
Clinton: 1
Cole: 5
Dunklin: 1
Greene: 16
Henry: 1
Jackson: 10 (1 fatale)
Jasper: 1
Johnson: 1
Kansas City (city): 25
Lafayette: 1
Moniteau: 1
Perry: 1
Pulaski: 1
Scott: 1
St. Charles: 4
St. Francois: 1
St. Louis: 69 (1 fatal)
St. Louis (city): 15 (1 fatal)
Taney: 1
TBD: 6
**County and state numbers may not reflect total number due to timing of release.

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Jackson County health officials report the first death of COVID-19 in the county

Thursday saw the expansion of COVID-19 cases in Kansas and Missouri in double digits, with several new cases announced in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Health departments, local government and even stores have worked to alert anyone who may have entered to contact an individual with a coronavirus diagnosis. Other cases are foreseen. Here is a rundown of the main Friday news. UPDATES FRIDAY 8:50 – The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri rises to 73.7: 15 p.m. St. Louis county officials reported that a 60-year-old woman who suffered from health problems before being diagnosed with COVID-19 died in a hospital. Officials still don’t know if she traveled or how she was exposed to the virus. 19:00 – The Clay County Commission stated in a statement that it is “aware of the patient who has tested positive for the new COVID – 19 coronavirus on Friday March 20 at Liberty Hospital in Liberty, Missouri.” 18:30 Jackson County, Missouri Department of Health, says the county now has five cases of COVID-19 in eastern Jackson County. 18:00 – Reportedly, a member of the Missouri House of Representatives tested positive for the COVID-19 test. 5:30 in the afternoon. Cass County health officials said two new COVID-19 cases were reported in the area, bringing the county total to six. Officials said the most recent cases are in Belton and Raymore, and patients are currently in isolation and following the directions of the CDC. 16:45 – The Kansas City, Missouri health department now reports 12 confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the city. Authorities said six patients are men, six patients are women, all aged between 20 and 60, and all are recovering at home. 4 pm. – Leavenworth County, Kansas, confirms that two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the county, bringing the county total to 4 cases. Health officials said the first patient is a 20-year-old male with a recent travel history, the second patient is a 40-year-old woman with no travel history. Neither person is related to or associated with the two previous cases in the county. 3:00 pm – Missouri Governor Mike Parson said the total number of cases in the state is up to 47. He said he now requires a social removal in Missouri and a ban on meetings for more than 10 people in the state. An order is expected to be released in detail on Saturday. 2:00 pm – Jackson County health officials reported the county’s first death from COVID-19 on Thursday afternoon. Health officials said the victim was an 80-year-old woman who had previously been identified with COVID-19. She too hadn’t traveled recently. The county also revealed two new cases of COVID-19.1: 30 p.m. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Thursday Kansas now has 44 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases. That’s an increase of 10 since Wednesday. The Johnson County Department of Health said Thursday Thursday now has 24 suspected positive cases and Wyandotte County has nine cases. 11:30 – Kansas has launched a new program to provide short-term, interest-free bar loans, restaurants, taverns and motels struggling to cover operating expenses due to the economic budget of the coronavirus pandemic. 9:05 – Missouri reports that the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has risen to 47. The latest numbers have been updated at 9:05 by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The new numbers include seven confirmed cases in Kansas City, three in Jackson County and three in Cass County. 6:30 am – Kov Gov. Laura Kelly is expected to face the latest developments with COVID-19 in the state of Sunflower at 9:30 am Friday. Missouri government Mike Parson is expected to update the situation in Missouri at 3:00 pm – Both Kansas and Missouri updated the COVID-19 case totals on Thursday, and increases continue. Kansas totals have risen to 35, while Missouri is at 28. UPDATES THURSDAY: 5:30 PM – The Kansas City health department reported four new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. Health officials said the number of people infected with the disease is now at 18.3: 30. – Governor Mike Parson said that Missouri now has 28 suspected positive COVID-19 cases. The numbers were at 3:30 pm Thursday. Parson said state totals will be released at 9:00 am and 9:00 pm every day 3:15 pm – Missouri Governor Mike Parson said all public and charter schools are closed in the state. Parson said the decision was made by all local school districts across the state. Parson applauded school administrators for their strong leadership and suggested that schools remain closed for at least two weeks. – RideKC announced Thursday that it has suspended fares on all its buses until further notice. Laughs KC said the KC Streetcar will temporarily operate at reduced hours due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Starting on Friday, the KC Streetcar will depart from 06:00 to 20:00 Monday to Friday, and from 07:00 to 20:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Laughs KC said the tram will continue to operate with three trams during the epidemic. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says that Kansas now has 34 suspected positive COVID-19 cases. The numbers were at 10 on Thursday. Johnson County leads the way with 16 confirmed cases, while Wyandotte County has eight, Leavenworth has two and Douglas and Franklin report one. 12:25 – Johnson County announced Thursday morning that it now has 16 suspected positive cases of COVID-19.Noon – Kansas representative Sharice Davids will be in quarantine until March 26th. Davids said she recently got in touch with a congressman who recently tested positive for the virus. While it shows no symptoms. Davids said on his doctor’s recommendation, and out of an abundance of caution, he will be telecommuting from home. 11:30 am – Wyandotte County officials, Kansas confirm that there are now 9 cases of COVID-19 in the county. 11:15 am – Reports from Southern Missouri say that other cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the County of Greene, bringing the county total to 6.11. – Reports from St. Louis say that a nursery school in St. Louis County has informed parents that two teachers and another parent have tested positive for COVID-19.10: 00 – Officials at the VA hospital in Kansas City say that a according to veteran he tested positive for COVID-19. The 64-year-old man came to VA on Monday to be screened after meeting a suspected positive case at work. He showed no symptoms at the time. Officials said it had been tested because it was immune to the immune system. Human test results were made positive for coronavirus on Wednesday. The man is now self-quarantined in his residence. 8:00 am – Missouri government Mike Parson has offered a clarification to declare numbers released overnight. WEDNESDAY UPDATES: 8.40pm – The Jackson County Health Department has announced the third case of COVID-19 in eastern Jackson County. JACOHD said the man in his seventies hasn’t traveled recently. JACOHD said humans are appropriately isolated: “We encourage those who live in vulnerable populations, such as the elderly and people with underlying diseases, to take additional precautions during this period,” said the director of the health department of Jackson County, Bridgette Shaffer. “Practice social estrangement, avoid crowds and travel, and stay home as much as possible.” 18:00 – Missouri Governor Mike Parson said the state now has 24 COVID-19 cases. Parson also announced that Missouri will also report new totals at 8:00 am and 8:00 pm. Wyandotte County said it now has seven positive cases of COVID-19, which is an increase of four people compared to Tuesday’s issue. The unified government did not provide new case information. Johnson County said that on Wednesday afternoon, the county has 12 suspected positive COVID-19 cases in its county. Johnson County health officials continue to ask people not to visit the emergency room for mild illness, to isolate themselves at home for at least seven days or 72 hours after symptoms disappear. “The test is for the sickest patients who are seriously ill and need hospitalization,” said county health officials. 3:30 p.m. Missouri announced its first COVID-19 related death on Wednesday. Governor Mike Parson made the announcement at 3:30 pm briefing on Wednesday. Columbia Mayor Brian Treece said health officials were informed of the person in Boone County, Missouri, tested on a positive Tuesday for COVID-19 and was a travel case. The patient was taken to Columbia University Hospital. 2:00 – The Kansas City, Missouri health department reported its first positive cases of COVID-19. Health officials said two people, a 40-year-old woman and a 30-year-old man, tested positive for the first confirmed cases of the city’s virus. 1:40 p.m. – The Leavenworth County Health Department said the county’s first two cases have been confirmed. The first patient is 40 years old and has recently traveled internationally. The second patient is a 20-year-old woman who hasn’t had a recent travel history. The second patient’s case is considered a community case. 1:30 p.m. – Dr. Lee Norman, secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, says Johnson County “has reached a community broadcasting level.” 11: 00 – The VA Medical Center in Kansas City says that a Wyandotte County veteran has tested positive.8 am – Officials from the Children’s Mercy Hospital claim that a young man seeking medical care in the emergency room of the Adele Hall campus of the hospital tested positive for COVID-19. No word on which county this case will be attributed to. TOTAL COUNTRY CASES: Kansas: 47 casesButler: 2Cherokee: 1 Douglas: 1Franklin: 1Jackson: 1Johnson: 24Leavenworth: 4Linn: 1Morris: 2Sedgwick: 1Wyandotte: 9 (1 fatal) ** The numbers county and state may not reflect the total number due to release times. Missouri: 73 cases. Bone: 10 (1 fatal). Cass: 6 Christian: 2. Box: 1. Column: 3Dunkin 1. Greene: 8. Henry: 1. Jackson: 5 (1 fatal). Kansas City (city): 12Pulaski: 1Scott: 1St. Charles: 2nd. Louis: 10 (1 fatal) St. Louis (city): 5TBD: 2 ** County and state numbers may not reflect the total number due to release times

Thursday saw the expansion of COVID-19 cases in Kansas and Missouri in double digits, with several new cases announced in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Health departments, the local government and even stores have worked to inform anyone who may have come into contact with an individual diagnosed with coronavirus.

Other cases are foreseen. Here is a rundown of the main Friday news.

FRIDAY UPDATES

20:50 – The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri rises to 73.

7.15pm – St. Louis county officials reported that a 60-year-old woman who suffered from health problems before being diagnosed with COVID-19 died in a hospital. Officials still don’t know if she traveled or how she was exposed to the virus.

7:00 pm – The Clay County Commission stated in a statement that it is “aware of the patient who tested positive for the new COVID – 19 coronavirus on Friday 20 March at Liberty Hospital in Liberty, Missouri. “

18:30 – Jackson County, Missouri Health Department, states the county now has five cases of COVID-19 in eastern Jackson County.

18:00 – A member of the Missouri House of Representatives reportedly tested positive for the COVID-19 test.

5:30 in the afternoon. Cass County health officials said two new COVID-19 cases were reported in the area, bringing the county total to six. Officials said the most recent cases are in Belton and Raymore, and patients are currently in isolation and following the directions of the CDC.

16:45 – The Kansas City, Missouri health department now reports 12 confirmed COVID-19 cases within the city. Authorities said six patients are men, six patients are women, all aged between 20 and 60, and all are recovering at home.

4 pm. – Leavenworth County, Kansas, confirms that two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the county, bringing the county total to 4 cases. Health officials said the first patient is a 20-year-old male with a recent travel history, the second patient is a 40-year-old woman with no travel history. Neither person is related to or associated with the two previous cases in the county.

15:00 – Missouri Governor Mike Parson said that the total number of cases in the state is up to 47. He said it now requires social removal in Missouri and a ban on meetings of more than 10 people in the state. An order is expected to be released in detail on Saturday.

14:00 Jackson County health officials reported the county’s first death from COVID-19 on Thursday afternoon. Health officials said the victim was an 80-year-old woman who had previously been identified with COVID-19. She too hadn’t traveled recently. The county also revealed two new cases of COVID-19.

13:30 – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Thursday Kansas now has 44 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases. That’s an increase of 10 since Wednesday. The Johnson County Health Department said Thursday Thursday it now has 24 suspected positive cases and Wyandotte County has nine cases.

half past eleven – Kansas has launched a new program to provide short-term, interest-free loans to bars, restaurants, taverns and motels that struggle to cover operating expenses due to the economic budget of the coronavirus pandemic.

9:05 – Missouri reports that the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has risen to 47. The latest numbers have been updated at 9:05 by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The new numbers include seven confirmed cases in Kansas City, three in Jackson County and three in Cass County.

6:30 in the morning. – Kansas government Laura Kelly is expected to face the latest developments with COVID-19 in the state of Sunflower at 9:30 am on Friday. Missouri government Mike Parson is expected to update the situation in Missouri at 15:00.

6 in the morning. – Both Kansas and Missouri updated their COVID-19 case totals on Thursday and the hikes continue. Kansas’ totals have risen to 35, while Missouri is 28.

THURSDAY UPDATES:
5:30 in the afternoon. The Kansas City health department reported four new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. Health officials said the number of people infected with the disease is now six.

15:30 – Governor Mike Parson said that Missouri now has 28 suspected positive COVID-19 cases. The numbers were at 3:30 pm Thursday. Parson said state totals will be released at 9:00 am and 9:00 pm every day.

15:15 – Missouri Governor Mike Parson said all public and charter schools are closed in the state. Parson said the decision was made by all local school districts across the state. Parson applauded school administrators for their strong leadership and suggested that schools remain closed for at least two weeks.

13:15 – RideKC announced Thursday that it has suspended fares on all its buses until further notice. Laughs KC said the KC Streetcar will temporarily operate at reduced hours due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Starting on Friday, the KC Streetcar will depart from 06:00 to 20:00 Monday to Friday, and from 07:00 to 20:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Laughs KC said the tram will continue to drive three trams during the outbreak.

1 pm – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says that Kansas now has 34 suspected positive COVID-19 cases. The numbers were at 10 on Thursday. Johnson County leads the way with 16 confirmed cases, while Wyandotte County has eight, Leavenworth has two and Douglas and Franklin report one.

12:25 Johnson County announced Thursday morning that it now has 16 suspected positive COVID-19 cases.

twelve o’clock – Kansas Rep. Sharice Davids will remain in quarantine until March 26th. Davids said she recently got in touch with a congressman who recently tested positive for the virus. While it shows no symptoms. Davids said on his doctor’s recommendation, and out of an abundance of caution, he will be telecommuting from home.

half past eleven Officials from Wyandotte County, Kansas confirm that there are now 9 cases of COVID-19 in the county.

11:15 – Reports from southern Missouri say that more COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Greene county, bringing the county total to 6.

11 in the morning. – Reports from St. Louis say that a nursery school in St. Louis County has informed parents that two teachers and another parent have tested positive for COVID-19.

10:00 in the morning. – Kansas City VA hospital officials say a second veteran has tested positive for COVID-19. The 64-year-old man came to VA on Monday to be screened after meeting a suspected positive case at work. He was not showing any symptoms at the time.

Officials said it was tested because it is immune to the immune system. Human test results were made positive for coronavirus on Wednesday. The man is now self-quarantined in his residence.

8 in the morning. – Missouri Governor Mike Parson offered clarification to state numbers released overnight.

WEDNESDAY UPDATES:
20:40 – The Jackson County Health Department has announced the third case of COVID-19 in eastern Jackson County. JACOHD said the man in his seventies hasn’t traveled recently. JACOHD said that man is properly isolated.

“We encourage those who live in vulnerable populations, such as older adults and people with underlying conditions, to take additional precautions during this period,” said Jackson County Health Department Director Bridgette Shaffer. “Practice social estrangement, avoid crowds and travel, and stay home as much as possible.”

18:00 Missouri Governor Mike Parson said the state now has 24 COVID-19 cases. Parson also announced that Missouri will also report new totals at 8:00 am and 8:00 pm.

17:00 Wyandotte County said it now has seven positive cases of COVID-19, which is an increase of four people compared to Tuesday’s issue. The unified government did not provide new case information.

4 pm. Johnson County said that on Wednesday afternoon, the county has 12 suspected positive COVID-19 cases in its county. Johnson County health officials continue to ask people not to visit the emergency room for mild illness, to isolate themselves at home for at least seven days or 72 hours after symptoms disappear. “The test is for the sickest patients who are seriously ill and need hospitalization,” county health officials said.

15:30 Missouri announced its first COVID-19 related death on Wednesday. Governor Mike Parson made the announcement at 3:30 pm briefing on Wednesday. Columbia Mayor Brian Treece said health officials were informed of the person in Boone County, Missouri, tested on a positive Tuesday for COVID-19 and was a travel case. The patient was transported to the university hospital in Columbia.

14:00 – The Kansas City, Missouri health department reported its first positive cases of COVID-19. Health officials said two people, a 40-year-old woman and a 30-year-old man, tested positive for the city’s first confirmed virus cases.

13:40 – The Leavenworth County Health Department said the county’s first two cases have been confirmed. The first patient is 40 years old and has recently traveled internationally. The second patient is a 20-year-old woman who hasn’t had a recent travel history. The second patient’s case is considered a community case.

13:30 – Dr. Lee Norman, secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, says Johnson County “has reached a community broadcasting level.”

11 in the morning. – The VA Medical Center in Kansas City says that a Wyandotte County veteran tested positive.

8 in the morning. – Pediatric Pediatric Hospital officials say a young man seeking medical care in the emergency room on the hospital’s Adele Hall campus has tested positive for COVID-19. It is not yet known which county this case will be attributed to.


TOTAL CASES BY COUNTRY:

Kansas: 47 cases

Butler: 2
Cherokee: 1
Douglas: 1
Franklin: 1
Jackson: 1
Johnson: 24
Leavenworth: 4
Linn: 1
Morris: 2
Sedgwick: 1
Wyandotte: 9 (1 fatal)
** County and state numbers may not reflect the total number due to release times

Missouri: 73 cases

Boone: 10 (1 fatal)
Cass: 6
Christian: 2
Clay: 1
Cole: 3
Dunkin 1
Greene: 8
Henry: 1
Jackson: 5 (1 fatal)
Kansas City: 12
Pulaski: 1
Scott: 1
San Carlo: 2
St. Louis: 10 (1 fatal)
St. Louis (city): 5
TBD: 2
** County and state numbers may not reflect the total number due to release times

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Who gets the most credit: Brady or Belichick? – NBC Boston

From 2001 to 2019, the New England Patriots have won the AFC East 17 times. The other two years ended in a tie in first place.

In that time frame, they went to 12 AFC championship games and nine Super bowls. Six have won.

Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have been together for the entire race and – thanks to the past two decades – are now recognized as the best coach and quarterback in NFL history respectively.

Trying to share credit for a race never seen before the NFL domination and perhaps the most incredible trait in the history of professional sport – to some extent – is missing the point.

Did the ancient Egyptians stand in front of the pyramids and discuss whether the architect or builders deserved more credit? Did Mrs Wright analyze which of her children – Wilbur or Orville – was primarily responsible for the invention, construction and flight of the first plane?

There is something to be said just to close and appreciate the realization, isn’t there? Yup.

And we will get there.

But right now, with the engines going down Route 1 to pack Tom Brady’s remaining stuff and take him out of Foxboro forever, the question hangs on everything. Which man was most responsible for creating the story we’ve seen written in the past two decades: Belichick or Brady?

Results may vary. In fact, I know they will. But here’s how I see it.

If it hadn’t been for Belichick, there would never have been the mini-dynasty that they became in the decade 2000-2009.

If it weren’t for Brady, the Patriots would never have become the Super Dynasty that they became from 2010 to 2019 when they blew up the 60s Packers, 70s Steelers, 80s Niners and 90s Cowboys to become the only franchise that has dominated two decades.

Bill gets the first decade

The moment Mo Lewis cut an artery in Drew Bledsoe’s chest in September 2001, he is touched as the history of the NFL has changed. It wasn’t. It will only speed up a trial that began when Robert Kraft decided to hire Belichick to succeed Pete Carroll in January 2000.

Belichick took a look at the team’s register and management and started fumigating and renewing. In the end – despite the heavy contract that the Patriots gave Bledsoe in January 2001 to help strengthen public confidence and private investment in building CMGI Field (possibly Gillette Stadium) – Belichick was wary of being tied to a quarterback that the coach was able to routinely undress whenever he trained against him.

Especially a quarterback who had to be paid as the top of the market, as Bledsoe and his agent David Dunn made clear.

Brady was not enlisted in the sixth round of the 2000 draft as Bledsoe’s successor, but in September it became clear to Belichick that he had something. And it became obvious during the 2001 offseason and the training camp that – although not better than Bledsoe in all – the child who made $ 298,000 was more mobile, more precise, more ready in his pocket and destined to be more suited to handling a Bledsoe game.

Mo Lewis accelerated the process and – with a painful stroke – made the transition relatively painless. But the credit goes to Belichick for seeing what he had, promoting it and having the decision to pull the trigger.

The fact that the Patriots went 14-5 under Brady after starting 5-13 under Bledsoe is persuasive evidence that Brady was the missing piece. But Belichick created the register, built the culture and hired the right people – from managers to coaches – to put the team in a position to succeed. It deserves more credit.

Brady may have helped them get where they did, but the Patriots were undoubtedly headed in the right direction and the fruits of Belichick’s designs were collected in 2003 and 2004.

Those Super Bowl wins – the first at the end of a season that started with the shooting down of lawyer Milloy in favor of Rodney Harrison; the second thanks largely to a dice throw on Corey Dillon – they were the victories for “culture”.

Disinterest imposed. All done for the greatest good of the team. Everything ego in your pocket. The most impressive aspect of the patriots was therefore their stamina and mental endurance. Brady was an important part. But so were Tedy Bruschi and Harrison, Matt Light, Richard Seymour, Mike Vrabel and so on.

Fifty-three very intelligent and capable players row together in the hold of the big ship while Belichick was over the bridge to trace a route. It was from 2001 to 2004.

The dips in 2005 and 2006 began the process that would have led Brady to become, largely on Belichick’s design, the engine.

The 2005 Patriots were hit by injuries – not a hindsight surprise when you consider the nine extra games played in the previous four seasons and the difficulty of staying on top. They started to see some friction to grow old – Troy Brown was 34 then – and the ongoing game was marked as well as their defense on the run. They went 10-6 and lost in the division round.

The following season, a protracted squabble over the contract led to the Deion Branch being swapped with Seattle shortly before the season began. Reche Caldwell led the team in receptions followed by Ben Watson, Troy Brown and Kevin Faulk. However, they were unable to advance to the Super Bowl, but lost on the road to the Colts.

That season, Brady got a toy he had never had in Randy Moss and a Troy Brown replica model named Wes Welker. The entire set of record sets went 16-0 and lost in the Super Bowl.

Which brings us to 2008. This is the season that many are aiming for when they say that it is Belichick’s genius that is most responsible for twenty-year success. The Patriots went 11-5 with Matt Cassel starting in quarterback. Hadn’t he been a beginner from high school, yet the patriots still went 11-5?

Cassel was exceptional, better than anyone could hope for. But it’s still a sharp drop from 16-0 to 11-5.

In 2009, the central defense core was expelled or withdrawn: Vrabel, Bruschi, Seymour and Harrison. Belichick complained to Brady on the sidelines during a defeat for the Saints that season that “I just can’t get these kids to play the way I want them. So frustrating.”

The season ended with an ignominious home defeat against the crows in the AFC division playoff round.

Brady gets the second decade

The patriots renewed in the off-season and, in my opinion, Brady was at the forefront of finding their places where they had no business at that stage of their reconstruction. In 2010, the Patriots went 14-2, they were seed no. 1 and Brady was the unanimous MVP.

The offense, moving away from the narrow final position, enlisted two – Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez – and their production would become historic in 2011 when the Patriots arrived at the Super Bowl and lost again to the Giants. Brady launched for 5,235 career yards with 39 touchdowns and 12 picks.

In the 2012 season, he launched 637 times, a career high and one of three times in four seasons that attempted more than 600 passes. With a defense that too often seemed to resist better teams, it was Brady and the offense to score and score and score a little more. They were the first, third, first and third in points marked from 2010 to 2013. Defensively in that period they were eighth, 15th, ninth and tenth.

Even in 2013, when Hernandez was jailed for murder, Gronkowski was grounded due to back surgery and then with an ACL, Brady still ran by hitting the ball with Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola and – to a lesser extent – Kenbrell Thompkins, Aaron Dobson and Shane Vereen.

They won the Super Bowl in 2014, winning a shootout against the Ravens in the Divisional Round, 35-31, and then overcoming a 24-14 deficit against the Seahawks in the fourth quarter when Brady moved to a completely different level in the fourth quarter.

The previous April, Belichick had enlisted Brady’s aspiring successor, Jimmy Garoppolo, in the second round. Brady, perhaps remembering the shrug that Drew Bledsoe had encountered Brady’s arrival 14 years earlier, would not have fallen asleep on the move with the team that ran Garoppolo.

Brady went on to launch 69 touchdowns and 16 predictions in 2014 and 15. He lost four suspension games in 2016 – Garoppolo overcame six quarters of Brady’s relief before hurting himself and giving way to Jacoby Brissett – but he still threw 28 touchdowns and two interceptions before ending that season with a 43- record. by-62, 466 yards in the Super Bowl when the Patriots canceled out a deficit of 28-3. Brady did it at 39.

At 40 in the AFCCG, without Edelman, without an injured Gronkowski, Brady and Amendola joined together to push the Patriots beyond the Jaguars and in the Super Bowl against Philly where he would have launched for 505 yards.

So let’s tell here. From 2010 to 2017, the Patriots have reached seven consecutive AFC Championship Games and the year they didn’t, Brady was the unanimous MVP. He wrote the filming of the playoffs against Ravens and Seahawks in 2014, the Falcons in 2016, the Jaguars in 2017 and led the team to two Super Bowl wins.

In 2018, Edelman was exiting an ACL and was therefore suspended for the first four games. Gronk was injured for a large chunk of the year. Phillip Dorsett and Chris Hogan were the main gimmicks for a while until the team faced Josh Gordon. It’s still? The team went 11-5, Brady put them on his back in the fourth quarter and overtime in Kansas City in the AFCCG and then the Patriots defense checked against the Rams and delivered a Super Bowl to Brady – apart from the shot at Gronk which led to the game’s winning touchdown – he just had to play OK to win the team.

The final verdict

So, see what my answer to this debate is now. Bill gets a bigger share of the first three Lombards. Tom gets a higher share than the second three.

So many people over the years have speculated that Belichick wants to prove that he can win a championship without Brady. I don’t know if it’s true.

I think if Brady was gone, Belichick would appreciate the opportunity, but I never thought he would have wanted to get rid of what he thinks is a quarterback capable of giving him a title that the others couldn’t.

Maybe that’s why we’re here. Belichick doesn’t see Brady as special as he once was. Great? Sure. Are there other guys who can do things they can’t do now? Belichick seems to think so. Brady has apparently survived its usefulness here.

Bill will do what he has done to so many other players. Go ahead. But this is the life cycle of the NFL.

From what I’ve been told and what I’ve collected, Brady agrees. He hoped to be special and to be able to write a different ending here, but to realize he couldn’t shock him. For a legend, it is rather well established.

Playing for Bill Belichick will help keep a player that way. And maybe even for that, Belichick deserves a lot of credit. He allowed Tom Brady to become Tom Brady because he was eternally and exasperatedly Bill Belichick.

Every. Single. Year.

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Sunny Saturday with highs near 66 degrees

Sunny Saturday with highs near 66 degrees


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DON’T WORRY ABOUT THESE TEMPERATURES. IT’S A CHILLY BEGINNING. WE SEE HIGH TEMPERATURES NEAR 70 DEGREES IN OUR SOUTHERN COMMUNITY. OTTAWA, 69. 58 IN TRENTONE. IT MAY NOT BE AS HOT AS THE REST OF US, BUT THEY ARE HOTTER THAN 10 DEGREE EVEN IN TRENTONE FOR TODAY. WE SEE THE BREEZE COLLECTED THIS AFTERNOON. IT WILL KEEP UP TO 25 MILES PER HOUR AND REMAINS SHORT DURING NIGHTTIME HOURS. WE TURN OFF HIGH PRESSURE TOWARDS OUR EAST. IT IS THAT SOUTHERN WIND FLOW WE HAVE TODAY. WEST WIND OF SALINA OR WEST OF TOPEKA AND EAST OF SALINA THAT IS – THERE IS A BURNER CONSULTANT BECAUSE THERE IS A HIGH FIRE DANGER TODAY. This is what the purple box indicates. THERE IS A COLD FRONT THAT COMES TO US AND TODAY IS STAR – STAYS IN THE NORTH. LIKED THE TOMORROW IN THE 60’S BEFORE THE FRONT LOWERED IN THE CITY OF KANSAS. I 7:00, WE CAN FOLLOW A FEW SHOWERS OR LIGHT SPRAYS. AFTER 7:00, SOME STORMS MAY DOUBLE THAT DOUBLE AS SHOWN HERE. THEY DEVELOP IN THE CITY OF KANSAS AND MOVE TO THE SOUTH. THIS WILL BE AFTER THE SUNSET TOMORROW. YOU SHOULD NOT PERFORM YOUR ONE-DAY ACTIVITIES ON SUNDAY. MONDAY, A LOW PRESSURE AREA COULD BE JUST WET ENOUGH TO SPREAD TWO SHOWERS, FREEZE THE DRIZZLE OR A SNOWFLAKE. NOTICE IS NOT VERY HEAVY AND PASSES QUICKLY. I WANT TO UNDERSTAND THIS IN FORECASTS AS POSSIBILITIES. IT SEEMS THAT IT COULD STAY NORTH OF THE CITY OF KANSAS ON MONDAY BUT I DIDN’T WANT YOU TO BE SURPRISED WHEN IT COMES THROUGH. TODAY THE TIME IS BEAUTIFUL. RISE OF CLOUDS. ROOM IS THE BALL OF THE HEART AND WE ARE WAITING FOR TEMPERATURES TO BE IN THE MID-60S AS YOU ARE EXITING. THE TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE 50’S. MUCH BETTER THAN THE YEARS WHEN YOU HAVE TO GO IN YOUR FORMAL DRESS AND IT IS ONLY IN THE 20’s or 30’s. THE BALL OF THE HEART IS SOLD AND WE ARE THANK YOU FOR ALL THOSE WHO ASSIST IT THAT IS HELPING THE AMERICAN SUNDAY, 65 DEGREE FOR THE HIGH BEFORE THE SHOWERS MOVE ON THE SUNDAY AFTERNOON. MONDAY, WHAT MAKES THE SHORT LIGHT WILL BE NORTH OF THE CITY OF KANSAS. TUESDAY IN THE 50’S. WEDNESDAY RETURNS TO THE TOP 50’S. THE NEXT WEEKEND WATCH L

Temperatures warm up to around 66 degrees. The winds will pick up again in the afternoon.

Temperatures warm up to around 66 degrees. The winds will pick up again in the afternoon.

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