The total number of coronavirus cases in Kansas is nearing the 100,000 mark, after a report came out by Kansas health experts.
According to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), there have been 41 more coronavirus deaths added to the state's total, now at 1,087. Since Monday this week, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment has also added 2,988 new COVID-19 cases onto the total, which is now sitting at 92,215.
Looking at KSN.com, we can see that hospitalizations in Kansas have increased by 91 in the past two days, and so far, there have been 571,465 people who have tested negative for the coronavirus. For more information about how the coronavirus is impacting Kansas, check out this link here. To track the coronavirus for yourself, visit the Johns Hopkins University coronavirus tracker here.
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