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Deaths associated with coronavirus in Kansas climb to 205, an increase of 17 in 2 days

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TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the number of deaths associated with COVID-19 in Kansas has gone up by 17, to 205.

The KDHE released the new numbers at noon Wednesday.

KDHE Secretary Doctor Lee Norman said the deaths did not happen in the last couple of days.

“I didn’t go in and look at all the original forms and death certificates, but apparently, it was mostly about the timing of the submission of those data through the holiday weekend,” said Dr. Norman.

Norman said most of the deaths were in Finney and Wyandotte counties.

The number of Kansans who have tested positive for the coronavirus is now at 9,337. That’s an increase of 119 since Monday.

Hospitalizations increased by 22, to 822.

There have been 75,151 negative test results in Kansas since the pandemic began.

CountyConfirmed
Allen4
Anderson4
Atchison38
Barber2
Barton55
Bourbon28
Brown12
Butler63
Chase5
Chautauqua4
Cherokee38
Cheyenne2
Clark34
Clay7
Cloud21
Coffey53
Comanche2
Cowley73
Crawford267
Dickinson8
Doniphan26
Douglas251
Edwards7
Elk1
Ellis27
Ellsworth4
Finney1,546
Ford2,015
Franklin76
Geary86
Gove2
Grant49
Gray27
Greenwood11
Hamilton33
Harper2
Harvey45
Haskell28
Hodgeman9
Jackson115
Jefferson28
Jewell4
Johnson2,066
Kearny48
Kiowa3
Labette65
Lane5
Leavenworth1,183
Linn16
Logan1
Lyon498
Marion12
Marshall2
McPherson77
Meade30
Miami39
Mitchell4
Montgomery41
Morris5
Morton7
Nemaha27
Neosho33
Ness4
Norton6
Osage15
Osborne2
Ottawa8
Pawnee3
Phillips10
Pottawatomie79
Pratt11
Reno84
Republic9
Rice4
Riley249
Rooks8
Rush1
Saline130
Scott16
Sedgwick1,564
Seward995
Shawnee759
Sheridan5
Sherman7
Smith3
Stafford1
Stanton11
Stevens31
Sumner13
Thomas15
Trego1
Wabaunsee36
Washington1
Wilson3
Woodson9
Wyandotte2,553
Furnas County, NE10
Hitchcock County, NE1
Red Willow County, NE6
Beaver County, OK30
Harper County, OK1
Kay County, OK106
Texas County, OK990

County list updated: July 3, 2020
Sources:
Kansas Dept of Health and Environment

Harvey County Health Department
Sedgwick County Health Department
Nebraska Dept of Health & Human Services
Oklahoma State Dept of Health

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