Monday, September 21, 2020

Rural Kansas Confronts COVID-19

Wide open spaces didn't save the Sunflower State from suffering the same fate as the rest of the nation as hospitalizations and and infections continue to rise . . . Read more: 

There Was No 'Imaginary Fence' Keeping Coronavirus Out of This Rural Kansas County

At the western edge of Kansas, against the border with Colorado, sits Wallace County, the second-least populated county in the state. For the first half of 2020, the rural community got by without a single case of COVID-19 and life maintained a sense of normalcy.

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