Share this with FacebookShare this with TwitterShare this with LinkedInEmail this pagePrint this page KSHB: Doctors say several factors led to drop in KC-area COVID-19 cases, testing February 20, 2021 In the Kansas City metro, COVID-19 cases and testing numbers are dropping, and doctors say the decline could be due to a number of reasons. KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd, an infectious disease physician on Saint Luke's COVID-19 Response Team. Watch the full story below. Related Content FOX4: Hoping to help sickest COVID patients, metro woman has donated plasma 11 times since recovery FOX4 talked to Dr. Lowell Tilzer about when convalescent plasma can be helpful to patients with COVID-19. KCTV: Family of COVID-19 patient offers hope to others battling deadly virus KCTV shares the story of one local man's road to recovery at Saint Luke's Hospital as he gets ready to head home to his family. KSHB: Local survivor, physical therapist reflect on COVID-19 victories KSHB spoke to a physical therapist at Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute about what patient success stories have meant to those on the front lines over the course of the pandemic.