Seward County Tops 300 Positive Covid-19 Cases

Joe Denoyer - April 25, 2020 7:03 pm

Seward County has now topped 300 positive COVID 19 cases. The latest statistics released by the Seward County Health Department show, 731 test have been performed throughout the Seward County. Of those 731, 314 individuals test results have come back positive. 261 tests have come back negative. There are still 136 tests pending, out of County positive tests are at 16, and 4 tests have been rejected by the KDHE.

Around the area, Stevens County has tested 75 with 6 positive cases, Haskell County has tested 30 with 7 positive cases, Morton County has tested 20 with 2 positive cases, Grant County has tested 15 with 1 positive case, Meade County has tested 19 with 2 positive cases, Ford County has tested 970 with 419 positive cases, Stanton County has tested 13 with 4 positive cases and Finney County has tested 360 with 139 positive cases. Cimarron County has 1 positive case, Beaver County has 2 positive cases while Texas County has 68 positive tests.

Statewide in Kansas there has been 3056 positive tests, 22,143 negative tests, 474 hospitalized and 117 deaths related to COVID 19.

Oklahoma has registered a total of 3193 positive tests, 49,891 negative tests, and 194 deaths have been attributed to the Coronavirus.


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