Kansas City Star: How to keep your unvaccinated kids COVID-safe in Kansas City? Doctors offer answers

July 26, 2021

With no COVID-19 vaccine available yet for children younger than 12, parents are asking how to keep them safe, especially now with the highly contagious delta variant gripping the metro and schools starting up again soon.

The Kansas City Star talked to Ginny Boos, PhD, Saint Luke's Health System Director of Infection Prevention, and other experts around the metro about the best ways to keep children safe.

Read the full Kansas City Star article: How to keep your unvaccinated kids COVID-safe in Kansas City? Doctors offer answers

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