Lawrence, KANSAS — The looming expiration date on Kansas’ statewide stay-at-home order worries Mary and Gary House of southeast Kansas.
Though they’re staying in as much as possible now, once life returns to normal that will change. Gary, age 79, is an attorney who defends criminal cases in Chautauqua, Montgomery and Elk counties.
He thinks of the exposure to the novel coronavirus he could face in a single jury selection.
“They may bring in 70 or 80 prospective jurors to question,” he said. “So, you’re just around a lot of people.”