We will get through this crisis, but it will require us all to change our habits and becoming more careful about what we do.
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I’ve always felt my generation has seen many major changes to the world during our lives, and the COVID-19 pandemic is yet another.
The transit service that is essential now will be even more so when Missourians get back to the business of building safe, sustainable, and economically viable communities.
I understand people are scared and want someone to lash out at, but as the numbers show, here in Missouri we are holding our own.
This situation will probably be really hard on all of us and too hard on some of us, but if we act quickly and do the right things, there will be more of us still farming when we get through it.