As COVID-19 cases decline in Kansas City, schools, restaurants and other buildings are scaling back their COVID-19 protocols. Masks are no longer required around the metro as the shape of the pandemic shifts.

The community continues to adapt to the environment and the changes, but what does that mean for you?

The Kansas City Star talked to Ginny Boos, PhD, Director of Infection Prevention at Saint Luke's Health System, and Dr. Sarah Boyd, infectious disease physician on Saint Luke's COVID-19 Response Team, to get answers to readers' questions about the changing guidelines and recommended precautions.

Read the full Kansas City Star article: What do the new CDC rules mean in KC? Are we at herd immunity? Your COVID questions, answered

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