Stress and weight are a couple common, usually unwanted additions that for many, came along during the COVID-19 pandemic. From this, some local gyms are seeing a few more members, joining for dual benefits.
Despite new cases of COVID-19 linked to youth basketball tournaments in Kansas, another MAYB tournament is still on tap for the weekend, expected to bring 4,000 players from surrounding states, representing 400 teams to Wichita.
The Cloud County Health Department Wednesday warns that more than 150 people might have been exposed to COVID-19 after some who tested positive traveled the state to towns including Wichita, Hays and Hillsboro.
A day after Sedgwick County reported its biggest single-day increase in positive COVID-19 cases, 41, an additional 21 cases are reported. There are currently 313 actives cases in the county and 619 recoveries.
Governor Laura Kelly said Monday she recommends Kansans and their communities continue to follow the guidelines under Phase 3 of her Ad Astra Recovery plan due to the number of COVID-19 cases trending upward across the state.
During Kansas Governor Laura Kelly’s Monday afternoon press briefing, she gave a shoutout to Sedgwick County with its response to state-recommended guidelines to protect against COVID-19.
The “shoutout” was not complimentary.
Kansas State Athletics Wednesday night confirmed eight student athletes have tested positive for COVID-19. The K-State Athletic Department said this comes after testing of about 130 athletes through Wednesday (June 17).