The public seems to be finished with the reality of the pandemic but medical pros remind us that that plague still lingers in Kansas City.
Check the latest dire warning that should make Fall decorating just a bit more dire and might encourage locals to add masks to their wardrobe . . .
"Doctors also talked about the potential impact COVID-19 will have in the fall. Many expect to see a surge of COVID-19 due to the cold weather, which could have a massive effect with on the hospitals simultaneously caring for patients with non-COVID-19 issues."
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KANSAS CITY, MO - Health professionals in the Kansas City area said Wednesday morning that staffing and hospital bed shortages were among their top concerns caused by COVID-19. 13 chief medical officers and infectious disease doctors from Missouri and Kansas discussed a wide variety of topic, including the current state of COVID-19 in Kansas City, during a news conference from the University of Kansas Health System .
Hospital directors and health officers across the Kansas City metro addressed concerns with available bed space Tuesday, driven in part by low staffing numbers. It's already creating difficulty getting patients the services they need and could get worse if the level of need increases.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WIBW) - While COVID-19 cases continue to trend downward, the lack of open beds and available staff have doctors in Northeast Kansas worried about the fall and winter seasons. The University of Kansas Health System hosted its COVID-19 update on Wednesday, Aug.