KSHB: Kansas City metro health officials focus on COVID-19 vaccines, not mask mandates

July 1, 2021

 With an increase in cases of the COVID-19 delta variant in Kansas and Missouri, some might be wondering about possible mask mandates. But Kansas City metro doctors don't anticipate their return.

Dr. Sarah Boyd, infectious disease physician with Saint Luke's, talks to KSHB about who should still be masking. 

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