By William

MCPHERSON – According to the first cluster number report for 2021 as released on Wednesday, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment shows just one (1) facility still listed as a Cluster Exposure Facility.

The only facility still listed is Moundridge Manor in Moundridge and it is considered a long-term care facility.

Moundridge Manor had just 13 cases listed.

This means Pleasant View Long-Term Care in Inman and Riverview Estates Long-Term Care in Marquette have been removed from the list at this point.

With just 13 cases listed, it means McPherson County had another dramatic drop in active cluster cases which was 38 just a week ago.

The lone McPherson County Facility still listed by the KDHE is:

  • Moundridge Manor Long-Term Care in Moundridge with 13 current active cases which is a decrease from 21 a week ago.

Other COVID-19 UPDATE numbers showing up on the KDHE Wednesday, January 6, 2021 reports that concern McPherson County include:

  • This week’s numbers according to the KDHE shows that McPherson County has an 86.9 positive tests per 1,000 tests taken which is an increase of 6.0 from the previous report (the state of Kansas is currently showing an average of 81.29 positive cases per 1,000).
  • McPherson County is currently showing a testing rate of 313.4 per 1,000, a number that has gone up 18.8 since the report of a week ago (the current state of Kansas rate is 477 per 100,000).

If one would like to look over all the statistics that the KDHE offers, go to

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