In Kansas counties that adopted mask rules last summer, the spread of COVID-19 slowed, new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows.
Hospitals in Colorado and Nebraska are calling Kansas in desperate search of beds for coronavirus patients. But Kansas hospitals are asking them for the same.
The freezer in your kitchen likely gets down to temperatures around -4 degrees.
TOPEKA - As Steve Stites, the chief medical officer for the University of Kansas Health System, tried to get the message out Friday that hospital resources are more scarce than previously thought, he began to pound his desk.
Following national public health warnings about a possible “twindemic,” reports are surfacing of patients testing positive for both the coronavirus and influenza.