Reno County reported 81 additional COVID-19 cases this week

Wenham Public Nurse Mari Beth Ting prepares a patient to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccine clinic, hosted by the Greater Cape Ann Community Collaborative, at the Hamilton-Wenham Senior Center in Hamilton, Massachusetts, on Sept. 9.

Kansas reported far fewer coronavirus cases in the week ending Sunday, with 2,676 new cases. That’s 37.6% lower than last week’s number of 4,291 new cases of the virus that causes COVID-19.

Kansas ranked 34th among the states where the coronavirus spread most per person, according to a USA TODAY Network analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University. In the past week, the number of coronavirus cases in the United States fell 0.6% from the week before, with 401,433 cases reported. With 0.88% of the country’s population, Kansas had 0.67% of cases in the country in the past week. Across the country, 17 states had more cases in the past week than the week before.

Reno County reported 81 cases and zero deaths in the past week. A week earlier, it had reported 142 cases and two deaths. During the pandemic, 21,038 cases and 251 deaths have been reported.

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