Latest coronavirus cases by county


KELLY. KATIE THANK YOU. WELL ANOTHER KANSAS CITY RESTAURANT IS CLOSING AS A RESULT OF THE PANDEMIC THE RIEGER IN THE CROSSROADS ANNOUNCED SATURDAY THAT THEY’LL BE CLOSING ON NOVEMBER 1ST IN A FACEBOOK POST. THEY SAID IT NO LONGER MAKES FINANCIAL SENSE TO OPERATE RESTAURANT HAS BEEN OPEN NEARLY A DECADE AND HAD OPERATED AS THE CROSSROADS COMMUNITY KITCHEN SERVING 85,000 MEALS TO THOSE IN NEED WHEN THE PANDEMIC BEGAN THE RESTAURANT SAYS THEY MAY REOPEN IN THE FUTURE IF MORE FEDERAL RELIEF BECOMES AVAILABLE. OF A 19 PANDEMIC HAS LEFT MANY AMERICANS STRUGGLING FINANCIALLY IN SEPTEMBER ACCORDING TO THE MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION IS RESEARCH INSTITUTE MORE THAN 6 MILLION AMERICANS FAILED TO MAKE PAYMENTS ON THEIR HOMES THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION DID RECENTLY PUT A MORATORIUM ON EVICTIONS FOR PEOPLE MAKING LESS THAN NINETY NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR, BUT THAT ENDS ON DECEMBER 31ST WITHOUT ANOTHER STIMULUS FROM CONGRESS SOME ECONOMIST WORRY THESE PAYMENTS COULD LEAVE AMERICANS HOMELESS COME NEXT YEAR. HEALTH OFFICIALS IN WYANDOTTE COUNTY ARE MOVING THEIR COVID-19 TESTING SITE STARTING MONDAY. THE SITE WILL BE AT THE FORMER KMART LOCATION ON STATE AVENUE. THE PERMANENT FACILITY WILL BE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9 TO 3 HEALTH LEADERS. SAY THIS NEW SPACE IS LARGER AND CAN ACCOMMODATE MORE PEOPLE. WELL REMINDER ALL ST. LUKE’S HOSPITALS ARE HOSTING A DRIVE-THROUGH FLU SHOT MARATHON THIS MONTH PATIENTS WHO HAVE A ST. LUKE’S PRIMARY CARE DOCTOR CAN SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT. TAKING PLACE AT ST. LUKE’S KANSAS CITY SOUTH NORTH AND EAST LOCATIONS THE EVENTS GO FROM 9:00 TO 3:00 EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. YOU

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 Oct. 12, 2020More than 7.7 million people in the country have been infected with the virus and more than 214,000 people have died, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. More than half of U.S. states are seeing an increase in new COVID-19 cases, with five states — Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Tennessee and Vermont — reporting a jump of more than 50% in one week. Only Maine, Texas and Washington are reporting fewer new daily cases on average from last week. The number of new cases is holding steady in 16 states: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, South Carolina and Wisconsin.Another 20,000 COVID-19 deaths by the end of the month are “inevitable,” according to a former director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The estimate is based on the number of infections “that have already occurred,” Dr. Tom Frieden said Saturday, during CNN’s “Coronavirus: Facts and Fears” town hall. 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.

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 Oct. 12, 2020

  • More than 7.7 million people in the country have been infected with the virus and more than 214,000 people have died, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
  • More than half of U.S. states are seeing an increase in new COVID-19 cases, with five states — Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Tennessee and Vermont — reporting a jump of more than 50% in one week. Only Maine, Texas and Washington are reporting fewer new daily cases on average from last week. The number of new cases is holding steady in 16 states: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, South Carolina and Wisconsin.
  • Another 20,000 COVID-19 deaths by the end of the month are “inevitable,” according to a former director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The…



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