Kansas adds 39 additional COVID-19 cases on Tuesday with 7 new deaths reported

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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said on Tuesday that the state of sunflowers has reached 2,025 cases of COVID-19, and 107 deaths have been reported statewide. The new numbers mean that Kansas has experienced an increase of 39 cases from Monday, and an additional seven deaths were reported. There were also 17,076 negative tests, according to the state. The state said 419 cases required hospitalization and that the age range was less than one year to 99 years, with the median age being 51 years. and 979 cases are male, with four unknown at this stage. The state also said that, among the cases, 1,240 are white, 336 are African American, 418 are Latino or Hispanic, 33 are Asian and 47 are another race. Of the cases, 359 were an unreported breed or information was missing. Wyandotte County now has 433 confirmed cases, while Johnson County has 384. Leavenworth County has 136; Douglas County has 43; and Miami County has four. Another area of ​​focus with 251 confirmed cases is Sedgwick County – where Wichita is located. Kansas has not reported COVID-19 totals, but a handful of services health officials update their figures. Counties that report recoveries reported that 496 people recovered from COVID-19. This includes 128 in Sedgwick County, 98 in Wyandotte County, 49 in Shawnee County, 33 in Douglas County and 25 in Leavenworth County.

The Kansas Department of Health and the Environment said on Tuesday that the state of sunflowers has reached 2,025 cases of COVID-19, and 107 deaths have been reported across the state.

The new figures mean that Kansas has registered an increase of 39 cases as of Monday, and seven additional deaths have been reported. There were also 17,076 negative tests, according to the state.

The state said 419 cases required hospitalization and the age range was less than one year to 99 years, with the median age 51 years. The state also said that 1,042 cases were women and 979 cases were men, four unknown at this point.

The state also said that, among the cases, 1,240 are white, 336 are African American, 418 are Latino or Hispanic, 33 are Asian and 47 are of another race. Of the cases, 359 were an unreported breed or information was missing.

Wyandotte County now has 433 confirmed cases, while Johnson County has 384. Leavenworth County has 136; Douglas County has 43; and Miami County has four. Another area of ​​focus is Sedgwick County – where Wichita is located – with 251 confirmed cases.

The state of Kansas has not released totals for people who have recovered from COVID-19, but a handful of state health departments are updating their figures. Counties that report recoveries reported that 496 people recovered from COVID-19. This includes 128 in Sedgwick County, 98 in Wyandotte County, 49 in Shawnee County, 33 in Douglas County and 25 in Leavenworth County.

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