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Age of Coronavirus: Community Matters, Ask Away

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Above image credit: It's been a rough couple weeks. What do you want to know about the Coronavirus or its residual effects in Kansas City? (Stock photo)

Life has taken an unexpected turn as the coronavirus pandemic has prompted widespread shutdowns. As of midnight, Kansas City is under a “Stay at Home” order. Much of the metropolitan area is adopting a similar stance.

We know it’s an uncertain, confusing time. Communities are scrambling to find supplies, adjusting to being at home 24/7 and trying to prepare for whatever comes next. At times, the continuous news alerts get to be a bit much. Every day it’s something new. 

We feel you.

That’s where we come in. The Kansas City PBS team – KCPT, Flatland and 90.9 The Bridge – is here to share what you need to be informed and safe. Our latest coverage goes in depth on not only how our community has been affected so far, but also how it has reacted, which you can follow here

Here’s the thing, though. We’d like to hear what matters most to you right now and what you want to know most. Please write your question in the following form:  

We may not be able to answer every question right away. But we will take every question seriously, and they will help shape our coverage as we navigate the age of coronavirus.

Thanks for helping us help you.

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