First responders suffer through the pandemic and cope with worsening staffing shortages. Let's not forget that KCFD is struggling with COVID policy as well.
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The Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department says firefighters who have been exposed to COVID-19 but who have not tested positive should continue to work.The fire department says that since the virus hit, 67 members have tested positive.There are more than 400 members of the firefighters union."I think it's creating a potentially dangerous situation for both the firefighters and the public," said union president J.J.