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KSHB: Business owners, health experts react to Lake of Ozarks viral video
A video going viral of Memorial Day weekend at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri of party-goers not practicing social distancing and gathering in very large crowds.
Even a pandemic can’t stop a love like Jim and Rosie’s
Jim and Rosie Jordan met in high school and have been inseparable since 1952. With a no visitor policy at Anderson Count Residental Living Center during COVID-19, Rosie still found a way to see her high school sweetheart.
94 Years Young: Bettie’s Secret to a Long Life
After suffering a heart attack, Bettie B. started coming to the SHAPE Fitness Center to stay active. More than 20 years later, she credits exercise for her long life.
MSN: Woman beats COVID-19 while rehabilitating from fall, then celebrates 84th birthday
Anita Striegel never felt sick from the coronavirus. She spent her 84th birthday battling the virus while at Saint Luke's Bishop Spencer Place and is humbled to have survived.
FOX4: CDC releases new information on how COVID-19 spreads
The CDC says the coronavirus does not live on surfaces as long as previously believed. FOX4 talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd about the best ways to prevent the spread of the virus.
KSHB: Safety remains top of mind as salons reopen in Kansas
Salons in Kansas are getting used to the new normal after reopening Monday following the COVID-19 pandemic. KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd about what people should know as local businesses start to reopen.
KCUR: Independent living apartments take precautions to keep senior residents safe
Saint Luke's Director of Infection Prevention, Ginny Boos, PhD, RN, was interviewed by Steve Kraske on KCUR's Up To Date about the steps Bishop Spencer Place has taken in regards to our independent living. 
Saint Luke's News: Tools for Mental Health Month in May
One in five people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime ̶ the good news is that there are practical tools you can use to help yourself or someone you know recover.