As of Wednesday afternoon, Kansas suddenly looked clearer, disease-wise.
That’s when the Kansas Department of Health and Environment released the the names and places associated with active outbreaks of COVID-19 across the state. (See below)
Until then, we’d had a map with numbers for each county. This was useful but vague, each number floating above a county like an ominous but opaque gray cloud.
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