Share this with FacebookShare this with TwitterShare this with LinkedInEmail this pagePrint this page KSHB: Research shows COVID-19 survivors should get virus vaccine December 9, 2020 Once the COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, many people are asking if those who have had the virus should get the vaccine. KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd, an infectious disease physician on Saint Luke's COVID-19 Response Team, to learn more. Watch the full story below. Related Content FOX4: As local hospitals become overwhelmed, news of upcoming vaccine gives ICU nurses hope The U.S. is expected to grant emergency approval of a COVID-19 vaccine soon. FOX4 talked to a Saint Luke's ICU nurse about her reaction to the news. KCTV: Study finds most COVID-19 patients deal with neurological symptoms A recent study found most people hospitalized with COVID-19 may have lasting neurological issues. KCTV talked to Dr. Karin Olds and one local woman who has been dealing with the effects of the virus for months. KSHB: Doctors urge pregnant women to get flu shot, especially amid pandemic As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, doctors say it is more important than ever to get the flu shot. KSHB talked to Dr. Lori Kramer about why that's especially true for pregnant women.