The state's COVID-19 emergency declaration has ended. Our podcast tells you what you need to know.

Andrew Bahl
Topeka Capital-Journal
Legislators debate extending the state's COVID-19 emergency declaration during a May 26 statehouse meeting. The declaration formally ended on June 15.

Kansas has entered a new frontier of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the state's emergency declaration coming to a close after 15 months. Andrew Bahl is joined by the Associated Press' John Hanna to break down what this means for the state going forward, particularly with respect to the state's COVID-19 vaccination efforts and food stamp benefits for Kansans.

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