KMBC: Kansas City ICU nurse talks COVID-19 burnout and resiliency as Missouri sees rise in cases

July 7, 2021

Almost 16 months into the pandemic, COVID-19 fatigue is real. Health care workers are seeing a rise in cases in Missouri, which leads the nation in new coronavirus cases per capita.

KMBC talked to Kristin Sollars, an ICU nurse at Saint Luke's Health System, about how front-line workers are coping and what Saint Luke's is doing to support employees and foster resiliency. 

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