Coronavirus Update

Skyline of KC

Visit KC’s main priority is the safety and well-being of the region’s residents, visitors and convention attendees. We understand and support the City’s decision to take the necessary and responsible steps to protect our region.


KCMO COVID-19 Update

Kansas City, MO has seen an overall decline over the past eight weeks. In addition, CDC lists the COVID-19 Community Level in the Kansas City, MO area as Low. As we move forward, the Kansas City Health Department will continue to make COVID-19 vaccinations available, monitor COVID-19-related data, and remain ready to increase our response efforts should the situation warrant. We recommend citizens stay up-to-date on their COVID-19 vaccinations. For more information, visit Kansas City COVID-19 Information Center.

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Restaurants

Many restaurants have reinstated dine-in services while following City guidance on safely reopening, while others maintain curbside pickup and to-go ordering options. Consult directly with these establishments regarding updates to hours and availability.

Attractions

Many area attractions have reopened with preventative measures and safety protocols in place. Consult directly with area attractions regarding updates to hours and availability.

Around the Region

Visit KC stands united with our tourism partners and neighborhoods around the region during this unprecedented time. Please find visitor information resources for specific areas noted below. 
 

Support the Community

Stay on top of the latest ways to support the Kansas City region with special services, organizations and fundraisers in need of donations and other ideas on how to help by going to VisitKC.com/community.

Public Information

If you would like to receive updates about what the City of Kansas City is doing in response to the Coronavirus, text COVIDKC to 888777.

 The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is operating a hotline for residents and health care providers to call for information and guidance about COVID-19. The statewide hotline number is 877-435-8411. The hotline is being operated by medical professionals and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.