A male resident in his 80s died, according to Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health. Douglas County has at least 630 cases of the coronavirus.
The University of Kansas will work alongside local government, health and education leaders to coordinate a reopening and response strategy for local schools, local health officials announced Monday.
Student Senate held a virtual forum for Kansas House of Representatives District 10 candidates last Friday to discuss important issues facing the United States and the University of Kansas student body.
Douglas County added 46 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus since Wednesday, local health officials said Friday. The county now has 588 confirmed cases and two reported deaths, according to Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health.
The Lawrence City Commission approved an ordinance that limits its cooperation with federal immigration enforcement officers. It also mandates the Lawrence Police Department make immediate public alert of activity by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
These are the first coronavirus-related deaths in Douglas County since the pandemic began. The county has 542 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Douglas County added 32 confirmed cases of the coronavirus over the weekend, bringing the county case total above 500, local health officials said Monday.
The Lawrence City Commission announced in a news release Tuesday that due to fewer businesses than expected planning to expand outside, the reconfigured parallel parking on Massachusetts Street will be converted back to angled parking spots.
Douglas County added 12 confirmed cases of the coronavirus Friday, according to Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health. There are now at least 494 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Douglas County.
Douglas County will remain in phase three of its reopening plan and bars will remain closed following an increase in confirmed cases of the coronavirus. Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health also confirmed an additional 34 cases of COVID-19 since Monday.
Douglas County added 48 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus since Friday afternoon, according to an update from local health officials Monday. Officials also said the statewide total of confirmed cases exceeded 20,000.
Due to an increasing uncertainty surrounding the start of college football season, Lawrence businesses are preparing for the potential economic impacts and after effects.
Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health confirmed there were 103 new cases of the coronavirus since Friday. Many recent cases stemmed from bar environments.