Tag: SEK Multi-County Health Departments

Allen County’s positive coronavirus cases continued to increase this past week, but at a slower pace.  The county reported eight new cases for a total of 112, according to a weekly report from the Southeast…

Allen County has now had more than 100 coronavirus cases. The Southeast Kansas Multi-County Health Departments reported another 15 positive COVID-19 cases for Allen County, bringing the total to 104. No one in the county…

Another 25 cases of COVID-19 were reported in Allen County this past week, bringing the county’s total to 97 since the pandemic began with one death. More than half of those cases — 52 —…

Allen County reported its highest number of new COVID-19 cases this past week with 27, a sharp increase from the previous week, which had just three new cases and the county’s first death. The county’s…

Allen County saw another 10 positive coronavirus cases this week, increasing the tally to 49 since the first local case was reported in June. The SEK Multi-County Health Departments reported new cases in all of…

Allen County’s positive COVID-19 cases jumped by 13 this week, increasing the total to 43 cases since the pandemic began.  That’s a significant increase of about 30%, and coincides with a return to in-person classes…

Allen County saw three more COVID-19 cases this past week, increasing the total to 33.  None of the infected are hospitalized, according to the weekly update from the Southeast Kansas Multi-County Health Department. Bourbon County…

Allen County’s positive COVID-19 cases increased to 30 this week, up seven cases from last week. The SEK Multi-County Health Department issued its weekly update Monday on cases in the four counties it serves: Allen,…

Allen County reported one new coronavirus case this week, bringing the total of positive tests to 15 since the pandemic began. All but two of the cases have recovered, with two residents hospitalized. The SEK…

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ top health official says most counties are not following Gov. Laura Kelly’s executive order requiring people to wear masks to help contain the spread of COVID-19, even though data is…