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KMBC: Kidney recipient, donor meet for the first time since transplant
Andy McEachron and Harold Tignor would have never met were it not for a Facebook post explaining how McEachron was in desperate need of a new kidney.
KCTV: Islamic leaders approve of vaccines during Ramadan
KCTV talked to Dr. Shais Jallu about why Islamic leaders say the COVID vaccine is permissible and why people should not delay getting the vaccine.  
FOX4: Lee’s Summit hosts drive-thru mass vaccination event in partnership with Saint Luke's East Hospital
Officials with the City of Lee’s Summit are working in partnership with Saint Luke's East Hospital to host a large-scale vaccination clinic at Legacy Park Soccer Field.
KMBC: Lee’s Summit hosts mass vaccination event in partnership with Saint Luke's East Hospital
The City of Lee's Summit is hosting a drive-thru mass vaccination event in partnership with Saint Luke's East Hospital and several other organizations.
KMBC: Study: Some long-term effects of COVID-19 include anxiety, mood disorders
KMBC talked to psychotherapist Monty Miller about the lingering mental health effects of the virus and ways to cope.
KSHB: Health officials describe each COVID-19 variant as its own pandemic
​​​​​​​KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd about the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine against variant strains.
Dos Mundos: New mural in Northeast KC brings attention to peripheral artery disease
A new mural will be unveiled in the Northeast area of Kansas City, Missouri, to help educate and raise awareness about peripheral artery disease.
KSHB: Missouri opens up COVID-19 vaccines to all 16 and older
KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd about getting an appointment as Missouri expands vaccine eligibility and why teens and young adults should get the shot.
KSHB: As Missouri moves to its final phase of vaccine distribution, doctors say the pandemic is not over
KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd about Missouri expanding vaccine eligibility to all adults.