As the pandemic persists Kansas City ignores doctor's orders and medical pros are warning against the impending consequences.
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"I don't think we're getting enough traction out there. It doesn't feel like people are really listening. They've got so much COVID fatigue that all the desire to pitch in in the beginning, people are just tired of it. But I tell you what, if you want to see tiredness, you want to see exhaustion, go look in the eyes of the nursing staff right now," said Dr. Steven Stites, chief medical officer for the University of Kansas Health System.
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As COVID-19 case numbers grow, doctors at the University of Kansas Health System said they are concerned.The hospital said Monday that it is treating 85 people for COVID-19. Patient numbers are climbing to levels not seen in months.Doctors said that while they are sounding the alarm, it feels like no one's paying attention."I don't think we're getting enough traction out there.