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The Chamber is here to support our active Kearney community! Our proximity to the Kansas City metropolitan area has led to unprecedented growth, which has given us a healthy local economy. Kearney was also named among The 20 Safest Cities in Missouri for 2017 by The SafeWise Report, coming in at number 9. That makes our community a great place for all types of businesses, business owners, and their families.

The Kearney Chamber of Commerce works to promote the best interests of the community, and encourages development of new and existing businesses.

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In response to updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and improvements in local case, hospitalization and vaccination rates, the Clay County Public Health Emergency Order will expire today at noon. bit.ly/3hniqdv

Anyone who is not fully vaccinated should continue to take precautions such as wearing a well-fitted mask, staying six feet or more from those they don't live with and avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated indoor spaces. Businesses and organizations may still choose to require certain COVID-19 precautions, such as masking or physical distancing, in a manner they deem most appropriate to protect staff and customers. Clay County Public Health Center's guidance to schools remains the same.

“More than ever, it is important that those who have the option to get vaccinated choose to do so,” said Director of Public Health Gary E. Zaborac. “Yesterday’s update from the CDC is certainly very welcome guidance for a pandemic-weary country and it highlights the importance and success of vaccination as the best tool we have to end this pandemic and protect the people in our community.”

Currently, anyone 12 and older is eligible to receive vaccination against COVID-19. There are many opportunities in Clay County to walk-in or make an appointment for vaccination. Find a full list at clayhealth.com/covidvaccine.

As of May 12, 40 percent of eligible residents in Clay County have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Clay County Public Health Center Emergency Order will expire today at noon! Read the announcement here:

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