The Beacon: How Kansas City metro COVID-19 restrictions compare to each other

December 10, 2020

With rapidly rising coronavirus cases and increasingly full hospitals, most of the Kansas City metro is tightening COVID-19 restrictions.

Some counties have reduced the maximum capacity allowed at restaurants, bars, and gyms. But doctors warn eating out or exercising at a gym still comes with a higher risk.

The Beacon talked to Dr. Marc Larsen, an emergency physician and director of operations for Saint Luke's COVID-19 Response Team, about best strategies to protect you and your family.

Read the full Beacon article: How Kansas City metro COVID-19 restrictions compare to each other

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