KMBC: With Kansas playgrounds reopening, doctors urge extra caution

June 9, 2020

Playgrounds in Kansas are back open as part of phase three. They've been an area of concern because of social distancing and frequently touched surfaces.

Dr. Sarah Boyd, Saint Luke's Infectious Diseases physician, talked to KMBC about why it isn't like flipping a switch and everything is safe again. 

Dr. Boyd gives some tips for parents if they choose to go to the playground. 

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