Monday, November 30, 2020

KCFD Chief Warns Of 'Real Threat' To Front Line From COVID-19

Another local official offers public health advice after a funeral today and a continued spike in local coronavirus numbers.

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KCFD Chief: COVID-19 presents 'real threat' to 1st responders

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The same day a Kansas City, Missouri, Fire Department captain who died after contracting COVID-19 was laid to rest, the department's chief reiterated that the virus is a "real threat" to first responders. "Our members are going to continue to put their lives on the line," KCFD Chief Donna Lake said.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Kcfd must be doing something right if they’ve only lost three during this whole mess. God bless these men and women who are in the thick of it.