Kansas Department of Health and Environment Secretary Lee Norman, M.D. held a news conference on Friday, May 29, to provide an update on the state's efforts to address COVID-19.
Highlights from the news conference included:
- Responding to mental health needs related to physical distancing
- Reopening guidance
Watch a rebroadcast of the Friday, May 29 news conference.
KDHE provided the following data on Friday, May 29:
- 9,719 positives
- 208 deaths
- 85,230 negatives
- 122 clusters (47 closed, 75 active, including correctional facilities, gatherings, group living, health care, long-term care, meatpacking and private industry)
Get the latest data from the state.