UPDATED: State rethinks how COVID clusters are disclosed


(Updated to reflect Kansas Chamber response)

The state health department is reevaluating how it discloses the location of active COVID-19 cases after getting complaints that the data wasn't current.

Kansas Health Secretary Lee Norman announced Wednesday that the locations of the COVID-19 clusters were not posted this week as the agency rethinks how to present the information.

He said the data would be posted again next week, but with data that gives a more current picture of what's occurring across the state.

Norman acknowledged during a media briefing Wednesday that the data released last week includes . . .


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