TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Kansas Department of Health and Environment Secretary Dr. Lee Norman held his weekly coronavirus update.
As of Wednesday, 46,766 positive cases were reported across the state. That includes approximately 29,787 recoveries and 494 deaths.
Hours before the news conference, KDHE released a list of active clusters in the state. The state is currently monitoring 177 active clusters.
Twenty-six colleges/universities are listed as active clusters. Those include Emporia State University and seven Kansas State University fraternities/sororities. Both K-State and KU football teams are listed as active clusters as well.
You can watch the full news conference below.