TOPEKA — The Kansas Department of Health reported 1900 new coronavirus cases in Kansas from Friday, May 13, to Wednesday May 18, for a total of 782,802 cases.
The state reported 82 additional COVID-19 deaths in the past week for a total of 8,802.
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Kansas is providing fewer updates of its data about COVID-19 now that Gov. Laura Kelly formally declared that the state is moving toward treating COVID-19 as a disease like the flu that spreads regularly and isn't considered a pandemic. The health department plans to update data about cases and vaccinations each Wednesday.
The state continue to support access to free COVID-19 testing, work to ensure that vulnerable populations can get vaccinated, see that providers serve a broad population and give “comprehensive guidance” about the virus. She called the new phase “endemic normalcy.”
The health department plans to update data about cases and vaccinations each Wednesday.