Kansas no longer has COVID-19-free counties as cases top 38K
August 23, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas no longer has any counties free of reported coronavirus cases after another weekend surge pushed its total number for the pandemic past 38,000.
The state Department of Health and Environment said Monday that Kansas saw another 1,545 confirmed and probable cases since Friday, an increase of 4.2%. The total since the pandemic began is 38,401.
The health department reported another seven COVID-19-related deaths, to bring the total to 426. Johns Hopkins University's count is 427 deaths.
All 105 of the state's counties have had a confirmed or probable case, according...