Marshall County Health Department reported three active cases of coronavirus Friday and four pending tests.

The county has no hospitalized cases and continues to see a low but steady count of cases overall.

The county has had 16 total cases, and 13 of those have recovered.

Statewide, case counts continue to climb, largely in urban areas and college towns.

On Wednesday, the Kansas Department of Health & Environment will begin to report to the public any active outbreaks that involve five or more people. No personal identifying information will be released, according to KDHE. If the outbreak is at a private business, the location’s name will be released if there is a cluster of 20 or more active cases.

The reports will be part of the state’s dashboard on its website, https://www.coronavirus.kdheks.gov.

On Monday, KDHE reported statewide cases increased by 1,694 between Friday and Monday. Three new deaths were reported over the weekend to bring the number to 485, and hospitalizations were at 2,441 Monday.

Gov. Laura Kelly said Monday that she’s concerned about the potential for spread among educators and students. Last week, Kelly said at a news conference, the state saw a large increase — 23 deaths — between Wednesday and Friday.