For six straight months, COVID-19 hospitalizations dropped steadily.
Initially, the Kansas Leadership Center launched its Kansas Beats the Virus campaign last fall to empower local entities to help find ways to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Derby Public Schools has reported six cases of the coronavirus since its summer programming began on June 1. While that may not be a high total overall, the effects have been personal for parent Christina Witten.
TOPEKA — The Legislature’s attempt to promote “legal anarchy” in response to COVID-19 precautions in public schools is unconstitutional, a Johnson County District Court judge ruled Thursday.District Judge David Hauber also determined the entirety of Senate Bill 40 is unenforceable, effective…
As the Derby school district is preparing for a full return to in-person instruction this fall, the Derby Board of Education approved a set of protocols for handling COVID-19.
As Derby schools prepare for a return to full, in-person instruction this fall, the school district is taking feedback on how its COVID-19 logistics should look.
From 2 to 7 p.m. July 9, the Derby Public Library will be holding a COVID-19 vaccine clinic – with a twist.
TOPEKA – The secretary of Kansas’ health department ordered continuation of COVID-19 testing of staff and residents at all state-licensed adult care facilities despite the decision by legislative leaders to let expire the state disaster declaration imposed in response to the pandemic.
This week, the Derby Board of Education has doubled, tripled and even quadrupled down on its decision to continue a districtwide mask mandate through the end of the school year.
Derby Public Schools has reported only 16 new cases of the novel coronavirus since the beginning of March.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators are working on a plan for setting aside potentially several hundred million dollars in federal COVID-19 relief funds to pay businesses harmed by state and local restrictions imposed last year to check the virus' spread.
Derby Public Schools will continue to mandate masks at its facilities through the end of the semester as part of its COVID-19 safety protocols.
Derby students will remain in classrooms through at least mid-April.
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