In Kansas, we are right in the heart of the most dangerous time of this crisis. Yesterday, we had a 40% increase in COVID-19-related fatalities from the day before. Now more than ever, it is absolutely imperative that Kansans stay home and practice social distancing. ... See MoreSee Less
Thursday, April 9th Update: There were 1,106 cases from 57 counties with 42 deaths reported as of 11 a.m. • There have been 263 of 847 cases that have been hospitalized. • There have been 9,669 negative tests conducted at KDHE and private labs. • Age range is 0 years to 99 years (median 55 years) • There have been 262 tests at KHEL and 844 at private labs. • 587 cases are female and 518 are male and 1 unknown.