The New Year's holiday weekend is here, but safety concerns continue for health leaders as COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Kansas City and across the country.

KSHB talked to Ginny Boos, PhD, Director of Infection Prevention at Saint Luke's Health System, about precautions people should take to celebrate the New Year safely.

Watch the story below.

Boos explains why taking these precautions are especially important in the wake of the omicron variant surge.

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