KMBC: KC area COVID-19 hospitalizations improve slightly after record highs

August 14, 2020

Several hospitals in the Kansas City area are seeing slight improvement this week after experiencing record highs of COVID-19 hospitalizations over the last three weeks.

KMBC talked to Dr. Marc Larsen, director of operations for Saint Luke's Health System's COVID-19 response team, about why people should remain cautious as the dip in cases may only be temporary.

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