KCTV: ER doctor, Johnson County business owner question how much new COVID-19 restrictions will help

November 15, 2020

New COVID-19 restrictions are on the way for much of the Kansas City metro in response to the rapid and uncontrolled spread of the virus.

Dr. Marc Larsen, Emergency Physician and Saint Luke's COVID-19 Response Team Operations Chair, talks to KCTV about why the emergency order issued by Johnson County may not actually help the spread of COVID-19. 

Watch the full story below.

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