KSHB: 'It's Devastating': Families Affected by COVID-19 Reflect on the Last Two Years

March 12, 2022

March 11 marks two years since COVID-19 arrived in the Kansas City metropolitan area. 

Since then, tens of thousands of people lost their lives to the virus in Missouri and Kansas. While healthcare professionals have reached significant advancements in medicine to help prevent the spread, many say the pandemic is far from over.

KSHB talked to one woman who lost her husband to the virus and Mike Stephens, a COVID long-hauler who recently returned home from Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute

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