TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas State University has launched coronavirus testing for students, faculty, and staff as confirmed cases in Kansas rose by 4.9% on Tuesday to nearly 3,500.
On Tuesday, Kansas State University said that they can test up to 270 people a day and is providing testing for students, faculty, or staff who show coronavirus symptoms or who have been in contact with an infected person.
Meanwhile, Senate President Susan Wagle unveiled a proposal for reopening the state’s economy by allowing most businesses to operate at half capacity. Such decisions rest with Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly.
Wagle is a Wichita Republican and frequent Kelly critic.
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