COVID-19 cases in Douglas County increase to 105; 23 remain active | News, sports, jobs

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Medical staff tests for coronavirus at LMH Health in Lawrence on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.

Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health also clarified in its statement that although the department reported 102 cases on Monday, one of those cases ended up being reassigned to another county. This means that there were only 101 cases on Monday, which explains the increase of four cases.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment online map noted that 5,400 Douglas County residents have so far been screened for the disease. The county test rate per 1,000 people was 44.2.

No patient at Lawrence Hospital had COVID-19 on Wednesday.