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Kansas has record COVID spike
10/28/2020

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas doesn’t appear to be containing the coronavirus.

The state health department reported nearly 3,400 new cases Wednesday over just two days and a new record seven-day rolling average for new COVID-19-related hospitalizations. The health department's data showed that the rolling average for new confirmed and probable coronavirus cases was 1,084 a day for the seven days ending Wednesday. That’s 33% higher than the previous record for the seven-day rolling average of 815 for the seven days ending Monday.

Kansas had another 106 hospitalizations to bring the pandemic total to 3,752. The state averaged 35 new hospitalizations a day over the seven days ending Wednesday.

© Associated Press
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