The pandemic is spreading faster in the Sunflower State as newsies spread the numbers and Heartland locks down.
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WICHITA, Kansas - The number of Kansans who have died from COVID-19 topped 2,000 on Friday after the state announced 131 new deaths. How quickly the state passed that milestone - it took the state seven-plus months to lose its first 1,000 people to the coronavirus, and little more than a month to lose 1,000 more - shows how quickly the spread is accelerating.