One of Kansas City's biggest engineering now is at epicenter of local pandemic fears.
Check tonight's headlines as the biggest local concern comes from this town's elite:
Double Trouble Concern
Black & Veatch said two of its workers are being monitored for potential exposure to COVID-19, the new coronavirus.The company, based in Overland Park, Kansas, released the following statement:"We are currently monitoring a potential exposure of two members of our workforce to the COVID-19 virus.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- As deadly coronavirus illnesses climb in the United States, metro doctors are convinced we're bound to see local cases soon. "We will absolutely be faced with this disease. Majority of patients will likely not require in-patient admission but when they do, we're absolutely ready for them," said Amanda Gartner, a registered nurse with the KU Health System, focused on infection prevention and control.
Potential Exposure Precaution
OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) - Black & Veatch sent a statement Monday saying they are currently monitoring a potential exposure of two employees to the COVID-19 coronavirus. The company sent an email to its employees who work at the Overland Park location near 115th and Metcalf stating that two employees are being monitored for potential exposure.
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