Coronavirus arrives late, hits rural Kansas county hard

As communities in rural northwestern Kansas endured some of the state’s biggest spikes in coronavirus cases last week, a county sheriff who was among those testing positive found himself struggling to breathe and landed in a hospital room more than an hour from home.

The COVID-19 pandemic arrived late in this corner of the U.S., but it’s now putting Kansas’ Gove County under considerable stress. The county has had to send patients, including Sheriff Allan Weber, to hospitals in other…

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