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The death toll in Johnson County, Kansas has risen to 9, with more than 200 cases confirmed



Coronavirus deaths in Johnson County, Kansas rose to 9, with more than 200 cases confirmed


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Coronavirus deaths in Johnson County, Kansas rose to 9, with more than 200 cases confirmed

The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment announced Monday that two other residents have died from coronavirus complications, bringing the total number of deaths in the county to nine. The county said both victims were in the 80s. Five of the county’s deaths are due to people aged 80 to 89. Johnson County officials also said there are now 213 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county – by far the largest in the state of Kansas. The county also said 1,760 people tested negative for the coronavirus. Age distribution of COVID-19 cases in Johnson County (mean age: 55 years) Age range Number of cases Number of deaths 0-9 0 10-19 2 20-29 20 30-39 22 40-49 36 1 50-59 42 60 – 69 31 70-79 27 3 80-89 33 5

The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment announced Monday that two other residents have died from coronavirus complications, bringing the total number of deaths in the county to nine.

The county said both victims were in their 80s. Five of the district’s deaths are due to people aged 80 to 89.

Johnson County officials also said that there are now 213 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county – by far the largest in the state of Kansas. The county also said 1,760 people tested negative for the coronavirus.

Age distribution of COVID-19 cases in Johnson County (average age: 55 years)

Age range

Number of cases

Number of deaths

0-9

0

10-19

2nd

20-29

20th

30-39

22

40-49

36

1

50-59

42

60-69

31

70-79

27

3rd

80-89

33

5


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