COVID-19 maps of Missouri, Kansas: Latest coronavirus cases by county

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COVID-19 maps of Missouri, Kansas: Latest coronavirus cases by county

We’re tracking the number of cases here in Missouri and Kansas

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COVID-19 maps of Missouri, Kansas: Latest coronavirus cases by county

We’re tracking the number of cases here in Missouri and Kansas


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HERE ARE THE LATEST NUMBERS ON THE PANDEMIC IN THE NINE COUNT KANSAS CITY AREA. 536 NEW CASES REPORTED TODAY, THE BIGGEST DAILY JUMP SINCE THE PANDEMIC BEGAN, AND HIGHER THAN THE DAILY CASE NUMBER YESTERDAY AND THE DAY BEFORE ALL NINE COUNTIES SAW MORE CASES, WITH JOHNSON AND WYANDOTTE COUNTIES IN KANSAS HAVING THE MOST, FOLLOWED BY KANSAS CITY MISSOURI AND EASTERN JACKSON COUNTY KANSAS IS ONE OF 18-STATES ON A WHITE HOUSE CORONA VIRUS TASK FORCE LIST OF RED ZONE STATES. THAT’S BECAUSE THERE’S BEEN A JUMP IN CASES IN KANSAS IN THE LAST WEEK, WITH JOHNSON COUNTY HAVING THE MOST NEW CASES IN THE LAST THREE WEEKS THE JOHNSON COUNTY KANSAS HEALTH DIRECTOR SAYS THEY’RE SEEING MORE CASES AMONG YOUNGER PEOPL >> IF WE CONTINUE TO SEE T INCREASE IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS, IT’S TIME TO START THINKING ABOUT, DO WE NEED TO RESTRICT OPENINGS OF WHERE PEOPLE GATHER CLOSELY, BAR LIMIT THE SIZE OF RESTAURANT, AND OTHER MORE STRINGENT MEASURES. I HAVEN’T MADE THAT RECOMMENDATION, BUT THE NUMBERS WILL SPEAK TO THAT. KRIS: THE JOHNSON COUNTY KANSAS HEALTH DEPARTMENT HAS GONE FROM SEEING FEWER THAN 20 CASES A DAY TO NOW MORE THAN 100 CASES A DA A PREGNANT MOTHER IS NEEDING HELP, FACING EVICTION WHILE TESTING POSITIVE WITH COVID-19. BREAUNA DIXON JUST TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19. SHE LOST HER JOB, AND NOW SHE FACES EVICTION FROM HER APARTMENT AT THE RUSKIN PLACE APARTMENTS A LAWYER SAYS SHE SHOULDN’T BE EVICTED SINCE SHE MOVED-IN WHEN NOTORIOUS KANSAS CITY LANDLORD T.E.H. REALTY OWNED THE BUILDING. RESIDENTS HAVE COMPLAINED ABOUT BROKEN HVAC SYSTEMS AND OTHER DANGEROUS CONDITIONS FOR MONTH >> EVER SINCE I MOVED IN, I’ BEEN CALLING THEM TELLING THEM TO COME FIX THINGS AROUNDT MY HOUSE. KRIS CURRENT MANAGEMENT DIDN’T WANT TO GO ON CAMERA, BUT STILL WANTS PAYMENT. THEY’RE WORKING WITH A LAWYER TO INVESTIGATE MS. DIXON’S CLAIMS. WE’LL CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THIS STORY. IT’LL BE MONDAY BEFORE THE KANSAS CITY MISSOURI SCHOOL BOARD IS OUT WITH ITS PLAN FOR BACK TO SCHOOL. THE BOARD MET WEDNESDAY TO GO OVER THE OPTIONS. SUPERINTENDENT DR. MARK BEDELL SAYS A VIRTUAL OPTION WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR FAMILIES WHO PREFER TO STAY HOME. HE SAYS HE WANTS STUDENTS IN THE CLASSROOM, BUT BECAUSE THE BUILDINGS ARE SMALL, THEY MAY HAVE TO LIMIT CAPACITY TO 50% TO MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCI THE BLUE SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT IS EXTENDING ITS DEADLINE FOR PARENTS TO DECIDE HOW THEIR CHILDREN WILL ATTEND CLASS STARTING NEXT MONTH. THEY’VE BEEN GIVEN THE OPTIONS OF IN-PERSON CLASS OR VIRTUAL LEARNING. THE DEADLINE WAS TODAY, BUT HAS NOW BEEN MOVED TO WEDNESDAY. POSITIVE COVID-19 CASES ARE RISING IN 39-STATES. MORE THAN 71,000 NEW CASES EACH DA ABC’S REENA ROY SOME HOSPITALS ARE FILLING UP. REPORTER: HEARTBREAKING SCENES UNFOLDING ACROSS THE COUNTRY, AS THE CORONAVIRUS CONTINUES TO HAMMER THE U.S. THIS 90-YEAR-OLD MAN IN FLORIDA DRESSED IN FULL PROTECTIVE GEAR TO SAY HIS FINAL GOODBYES TO HIS WIFE OF NEARLY 30 YEARS. THE VIRUS ALSO TAKING THE LI OF THIS 47-YEAR-OLD MOM OF TRIPLETS. >> THAT WAS THE HARDEST THIN SHE GAVE IT HER ALL. REPORTER: JULY IS ONLY HALF OVER, BUT IT’S ALREADY THE WORST MONTH FOR CORONAVIRUS CASES IN THE U.S., WITH MORE THAN 900,000 CONFIRMED CASES SO FAR DEATHS FROM THE VIRUS CLIMBING IN AT LEAST 26 STATES AND HOSPITALIZATIONS ARE RISING IN 34. ARIZONA BATTLING A STAGGERIN DAILY POSITIVITY RATE OF 25%. ITS ICUS 90% FULL. FLORIDA WITH NEARLY 14,000 NEW REPORTED CASES IN JUST ONE DAY. TEAMS OF MILITARY MEDICS A DEPLOYING TO CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS TO HELP HOSPITALS OVERWHELMED WITH COVID PATIENTS. REENA ROY, ABC NEWS, NEW YOR KRIS: MANY RETAILERS ARE NOW MAKING WEARING A MASK MANDATORY FOR CUSTOMERS, INCLUDING LOWES CVS, TARGET,

COVID-19 maps of Missouri, Kansas: Latest coronavirus cases by county

We’re tracking the number of cases here in Missouri and Kansas

The coronavirus outbreak first started in Wuhan, China and has since spread across the globe, impacting Italy, Canada and the United States. The first case of COVID-19 in the United States was reported on January 14, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.The number of cases in the United States began to spike late February and could continue to impact the country throughout the summer.What’s New: Week of July 20, 2020More than 3.7 million people in the country have been infected with the virus and more than 140,000 people have died, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.More major retailers are moving from recommending to requiring customers wear masks if they are to enter their stores. Here are some of the largest that currently are requiring face coverings or will very soon.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced it has issued an emergency use authorization that allows the laboratory Quest Diagnostics to pool samples from up to four individuals to test for COVID-19.If you want to be one of the first to receive an experimental vaccine for COVID-19, now’s your chance. A new website — coronaviruspreventionnetwork.org — went live, allowing people in the United States to register to take part in clinical trials for vaccines.Here is a breakdown of the number of cases in Missouri and Kansas. The data is from Johns Hopkins University and will be updated when we learn of new information.Mobile app users, click here to view the map.

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The coronavirus outbreak first started in Wuhan, China and has since spread across the globe, impacting Italy, Canada and the United States. The first case of COVID-19 in the United States was reported on January 14, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The number of cases in the United States began to spike late February and could continue to impact the country throughout the summer.


What’s New: Week of July 20, 2020

  • More than 3.7 million people in the country have been infected with the virus and more than 140,000 people have died, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

      Here is a breakdown of the number of cases in Missouri and Kansas. The data is from Johns Hopkins University and will be updated when we learn of new information.

      Mobile app users, click here to view the map.

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