Marci Nielsen, the governor's chief adviser for coordinating the fight against COVID-19, announced late Thursday she was stepping down from her position.
"With the pandemic’s gradual shift to 'steady state,' the timing is right for me to return to my pre-pandemic plans to work in D.C.," Nielsen announced in a newsletter that went out to colleagues late Thursday afternoon.
"I thank all of you for your selfless commitment to work together on behalf of all Kansans health and safety, and thank Gov. Kelly for the opportunity to serve," Nielsen said in announcing her departure.
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