The McPherson County Health Department released a statement early this morning that confirms a 12th positive test case of coronavirus {COVID-19} has appeared in McPherson County.

The most recent identified case is a female in her 20’s with an identified exposure to the known area facility with a cluster of recent positive test cases.

The McPherson County Health Department and key partners continue to actively investigate contacts and additional exposures involving this most recent case.

If you are an identified contact, you will be directly reached out to by local health officials, though at this time nothing further of information will be released about the most recent case.

Please continue to depend on health authorities to provide the most accurate information for McPherson County.

If you are experiencing a fever, shortness of breath, or a cough – PLEASE CALL YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER.

If you do not have a primary health care provider, please call your local hospital.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has released a new mapping feature on their own COVID-19 Resource page. This mapping feature includes positive case counts by country, total hopsitalizations, total deaths, symptom onset and date diagnosed date, plus lab testing rates by country. This resource can be found at at the top of page, labeled ‘Map of COVID-19 in Kansas.’

Please continue to stay at home, practice frequent handwashing, cover your cough and sneeze, avoid physical contact such as handshaking, and call your healthcare provider to discuss any illness.

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