Kelly: Downward-headed virus data now flattening in Kansas
May 15, 2020
MISSION, Kan. (AP) — Data on COVID-19 infections that had been trending downward, leading Kansas to begin reopening its economy, is beginning to fluctuate and flatten, Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly said Friday.
"It demonstrates that the disease is still spreading in our communities," Kelly said one day after slowing the reopening of the state's economy by ordering bars and bowling alleys to remain closed at least through the end of the month.
She said she hoped to stick with the state's reopening plan as much as possible.
"But," she added, "I have always said that until a COVID-19 vaccine...