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

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

KSHB spoke to a psychotherapist at Saint Luke's Behavioral Health Services about why people should be focused on surviving right now, and not thriving. 

Watch the full story below. 


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