WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Sedgwick County Health Department says that as of Saturday, three clusters are no longer active and considered closed.
These three clusters, located at two businesses and one church, counted for 26 COVID-19 cases. Seven clusters of COVID-19 remain active in Sedgwick County.
A cluster is considered active until all cases have been recovered for at least two consecutive 14-day periods.
Cumulatively for clusters, there are 27 cases associated with the churches, 129 with long-term care, 25 with businesses, and 53 related to correction facilities.
The Sedgwick County Health Department’s COVID-19 data dashboard is updated to reflect current cluster data.
Learn more at www.sedgwickcounty.org.
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