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Three new virus cases confirms in Atchison Co
07/27/2020

(KAIR)--Three new positive cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Atchison County, bringing the county's total to date to fifty-nine.

Atchison County Emergency Management Director Wes Lanter, in a release Monday afternoon, said the new cases are ages 74, 69 and 59.

All are on home isolation.

The Atchison County Health Department is completing their investigations.

Atchison County currently has 3 positive patients hospitalized.

Forty-nine of the county's fifty-nine cases have recovered.

Statewide, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has climbed past 26,000.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment on Monday reported an additional 1,063 new positive cases of the virus and nine new deaths since Friday, bringing the total to 335. 

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