KCUR: Before Any Get-Togethers, Kansas City's Pandemic 'Pods' Should Set Coronavirus Ground Rules

August 7, 2020

When your pandemic "pod" — that group of people who only socialize with each other — wants to have a get-together, you can reduce the danger of exposure to the coronavirus by getting everyone on the same page when it comes to pandemic safety measures.

Dr. Sarah Boyd, infectious diseases physician, talks to Steve Kraske on KCUR's Up To Date.

Listen to the full conversation: KCUR: Before Any Get-Togethers, Kansas City's Pandemic 'Pods' Should Set Coronavirus Ground Rules

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