Kansas has had it’s worst week-long spike of coronavirus cases since the pandemic began. Another 1,447 cases over the last three days has brought the total to over 20,000. The KDHE said today that 20,058 cases have been reported since early March. The department also said that four additional COVID-19 related deaths bring the that total to 284.
According to KDHE numbers, Montgomery County has recorded 67 cases since the start of the pandemic. Emergency Management Director Rick Whitson said on Monday that there were 24 active cases within the county. Meanwhile, Labette County has recorded 75 cases.