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COVID cases decrease in Brown Co
09/25/2021

(KNZA)--The number of active cases of COVID-19 continues to decrease in Brown County.

The Brown County Office of Northeast Kansas Multi-County Health on Friday reported only three active cases in the county. That's down from 15 active cases on September 17 and 21 active cases on September 10.

The Health Department reported one COVID-19 related hospitalization.

Since the pandemic began, Brown County has had 1,369 total positive coronavirus cases and 32 virus-related deaths.

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