KSHB: 'Social distancing fatigue' contributing to increase in COVID-19 infection

June 22, 2020

While reopening plans vary throughout the Kansas City metro, health experts say people have “social distancing fatigue” in common.

Monty Miller, Saint Luke's Clinical Manager for Behavioral Health Services and psychotherapist, talked to KSHB about why people should be focused on surviving right now, and not thriving. 

Watch the full story below. 


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