Kansas governor talks coronavirus economic impact to state, relief efforts for businesses

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(KSNT Photo/Korinne Griffith)

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Kansas Governor Laura Kelly held a press conference Friday morning on the coronavirus’ economic impact on the Kansas.

Local business owners and state economic officials joined Kelly at the statehouse to announce multiple relief programs for Kansas businesses.

Kansas Department of Commerce Secretary David Toland released details on a new state loan program to assist the bars, restaurants and movie theaters all shut down by various county orders for coronavirus spread prevention.

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