Health authorities verify 3 COVID-19 ‘locations’ in Emporia

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Health authorities verify 3 COVID-19 ‘locations’ in Emporia

EMPORIA, Kan. (KAKE) -.

Kansas has actually received more individual protective devices and materials to expand COVID-19 screening in neighborhoods with meat processing plants.

Gov. Laura Kelly states the materials will go to Finney, Ford and Seward counties in southwest Kansas and Lyon County in the east-central part of the state.

MORE: Kansas meatpacking plants have coronavirus cases and remain open amid security issues

Cargill, Tyson Fresh Meats and National Beef say employees at their plants have actually checked favorable.


  • Oil rate goes negative as demand collapses; stocks dip

    Oil cost goes unfavorable as need collapses; stocks dip

    Monday, April 20 2020 12: 49 AM EDT2020-04-2004: 49: 39 GMT

    Tuesday, April 21 2020 1: 39 AM EDT2020-04-2105: 39: 54 GMT

    (AP Photo/Vincent Yu). People wearing face masks walk past a bank electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, April 20, 2020. Shares were mixed in Asia on Monday, while oil prices have fallen back.( AP Photo/Vincent Yu). People using face masks stroll past a bank electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, April 20,2020 Shares were blended in Asia on Monday, while oil costs have fallen back.

    (AP Photo/Vincent Yu). People wearing face masks walk past a bank electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, April 20, 2020. Shares were mixed in Asia on Monday, while oil prices have fallen back.( AP Photo/Vincent Yu). Individuals wearing face masks walk past a bank electronic board revealing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Market Monday, April 20,2020 Shares were blended in Asia on Monday, while oil costs have actually fallen back.

    Shares are blended in Asia after Chinese banks cut a crucial rate of interest to assist cushion the impact of the pandemic on its economy.

    Shares are blended in Asia after Chinese banks cut a key interest rate to help cushion the impact of the pandemic on its economy.


  • Wichita USD 259 moving on with graduation strategies

    Wichita USD 259 moving forward with graduation plans

    Wichita USD 259 is moving on with plans for in-person graduation ceremonies, if COVID-19 limitations are raised.

    Wichita USD 259 is moving on with plans for in-person graduation ceremonies, if COVID-19 limitations are lifted.


  • Mental health experts urge those in requirement to use resources available

    Psychological health specialists advise those in need to use resources available

    Telephone call to the suicide prevention hotline have actually increased considering that the stay at home orders were enacted.

    Call to the suicide prevention hotline have actually increased since the remain at home orders were enacted.


  • Silver Alert released for NE Kansas guy

    Silver Alert provided for NE Kansas male

    A Silver Alert has been issued for a Tonganoxie, Kansas man.

    A Silver Alert has been released for a Tonganoxie, Kansas man.


  • Coronavirus testing sets arrive in meat packaging towns

    Coronavirus screening kits arrive in meat packing towns

    Guv Laura Kelly revealed an extra 7,00 0 tests from the federal government were going to county health departments in southwest Kansas.

    Governor Laura Kelly announced an additional 7,00 0 tests from the federal government were going to county health departments in southwest Kansas.


  • Families sue helicopter company in crash that killed Kobe Bryant

    Households sue helicopter company in crash that eliminated Kobe Bryant

    One of several photos former Wichitan Curtis Caster took of the helicopter crash scene just up the road from his new home in Calabasas, CA. Among several images previous Wichitan Curtis Caster took of the helicopter crash scene just up the road from his brand-new home in Calabasas, CA.

    One of several photos former Wichitan Curtis Caster took of the helicopter crash scene just up the road from his new home in Calabasas, CA. One of a number of photos former Wichitan Curtis Caster took of the helicopter crash scene just up the road from his new house in Calabasas, CA.

    Relative of four of individuals killed in a helicopter crash with Kobe Bryant and his child are suing the business that owned and ran the aircraft.

    Member of the family of 4 of individuals killed in a helicopter crash with Kobe Bryant and his child are suing the business that owned and operated the aircraft.


  • Andover native selected in the WNBA draft assesses journey

    Andover native chosen in the WNBA draft assesses journey

    She’s the 2nd gamer from the Wichita area to be picked by the WNBA.

    She’s the second player from the Wichita location to be chosen by the WNBA.


  • Glimpse at strategies sports leagues have made to resume play

    Glance at strategies sports leagues have actually made to resume play

    The Associated Press canvassed significant sports all over the world asking what the plan was to return to action. A lot of leagues offered aggressive and optimistic strategies to begin play within weeks, while fall sports stated they plan to begin on schedule.

    The Associated Press canvassed significant sports around the world asking what the strategy was to go back to action. Most leagues provided aggressive and positive strategies to begin play within weeks, while fall sports stated they plan to begin on schedule.


  • Wade brothers to reunite on WSU basketball group

    Wade bros to reunite on WSU basketball team

    For the very first time in more than 3 years a pair of brothers will suit up for the Wichita State males’s basketball team.

    For the very first time in more than 3 decades a set of brothers will dress for the Wichita State males’s basketball group.


  • NFL star Von Miller has actually COVID-19, resting in your home

    NFL star Von Miller has actually COVID-19, resting in your home

    Von Miller’s representative says the NFL star has actually tested positive for the coronavirus and wanted to step forward with his diagnosis to reveal doubters how serious the disease is.

    Von Miller’s agent states the NFL star has actually checked favorable for the coronavirus and wished to step forward with his medical diagnosis to show doubters how serious the disease is.

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