Neosho County has recently faced a series of more prominent COVID-19 cases, with a county commissioner and two students becoming infected with the virus.
Gail Klaassen, chair of the Neosho County Commission, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in late August, according to a recent report in the Chanute Tribune.
Klaassen told the Tribune she and her daughter underwent testing after her other daughter ran a temperature and was confirmed positive for the coronavirus.
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