No new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Marshall County early this week, according to health officials.
The Marshall County Health Department issued a report Monday that one active case remained. By Tuesday, that case had been released from quarantine so there were no active cases to report, said Tami Stowell, health department nurse.
Recovered cases totaled six so far in the county by Tuesday, and six tests were pending, Stowell said.
Kansas’ total COVID-19 cases increased to 23,334 by Monday with a total 307 deaths, up from 21,965 total cases and 299 deaths as of last Friday.
Nemaha County reported eight active cases as of Tuesday with one person in the hospital. The remainder of Nemaha’s 39 positive cases had recovered, health officials reported.
Washington County reported two recovered cases. Riley County reported 113 active cases Tuesday, and Pottawatomie County had five active cases Monday.
Gage County, Neb., had 11 positive tests reported in the past two weeks. Lancaster County, Neb., had 596 positives in that period.