TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas is reporting that nearly 1,100 new confirmed and probable coronavirus cases and another seven COVID-19-related deaths over the previous three days.
The state Department of Health and Environment said Monday that Kansas has had 31,730 coronavirus virus cases since the pandemic reached the state in early March. That’s up 3.6% or 1,092 cases since Friday. The state health department said there have been 387 COVID-19-related deaths reported for Kansas during the pandemic, an increase of 1.8% since Friday. However, confirmed or probable cases leading to deaths was 1.22% as of Monday.
That was a low for the pandemic.