New COVID-19 Variants Found In Kansas City Area
The spread of coronavirus variants appear to be happening faster than vaccines are being distributed.
Variations of COVID-19 are popping up all over the world and traces of several have been found in Missouri and Kansas City. We examine what is causing these mutations, whether current COVID-19 vaccines are effective against them and just how worried we should be.
- Gene Olinger, a virologist and principal science advisor for MRI Global
- Alex Smith, KCUR health reporter