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Up-to-date plans and actionable COVID-19 content for the Metro, Kansas and Missouri.

Comeback KC is one of many groups working together to bring our city back safely and responsibly. We’re providing a single page where you can find documents from each of these groups as well as downloadable materials for sharing key messages with family and coworkers, and more. We will update this page as more resources become available.

Johnson County Plan
may. 8º, 2020
Johnson County Health and Environment
Johnson County is following the voluntary recommendations and guidance in the Kansas state plan, Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas.
Jackson County Plan
may. 6º, 2020
Jackson County Health Department
The goals of the Eastern Jackson County recovery plan are to protect the health and safety of Jackson County residents, facilitate a safe start and transition to economic recovery and support all people and communities.
Missouri Plan
may. 4º, 2020
Missouri's Show Me Strong Recovery Plan provides guidance to Communities, Businesses, and Citizens on safely reopening the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clay County Plan
may. 4º, 2020
Clay County Public Health Center
The Clay County Recovery Plan was created to help guide business and individuals through the period of recovery.
Kansas Plan
abr. 30º, 2020
A plan to reopen Kansas. Reopening Kansas comes by milestones, not on a timetable. Progress will be measured by monitoring our testing rates, COVID-19 hospitalizations, ability to contact trace, and availability of personal protective equipment.
abr. 29º, 2020
KCMO Public Health
Mayor Announces Plan for Reopening. Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas today — in consultation with Kansas City Health Department Director Rex Archer, M.D. — announced Kansas City’s phased reopening plan. Beginning May 15, all Kansas City businesses will be able to open, subject to a "10/10/10 Rule."
KC Chamber, KCADC, MARC, Civic Council
abr. 29º, 2020
KC Chamber, KCADC, MARC, Civic Council
#SafeReturnKC. The Safe Return KC Guide provides a roadmap for organizations of all types across the region to use as we re-open our workplaces while considering the public health needs of our workforce, stakeholders, customers and community. .
Platte County Plan
abr. 27º, 2020
Platte County Health Department
Now is the time when we must rely on American ingenuity and personal responsibility as we recover from the COVID-19 Pandemic. It is imperative that owners and operators of businesses and institutions develop and follow thorough, responsible plans as we move forward together.