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As of March 20, Johnson County has 24 positive cases of COVID-19. 237 tests have come back negative to date. Of the 24, 1 is 10-19; 2 are 20-29; 2 are 30-39; 5 are 40-49; 5 are 50-59; 2 are 60-69; 5 are 70-79; and 2 are 80-89.
As of March 19, Johnson County has 16 presumptive positive cases of COVID-19. 68 tests are pending. 148 tests have come back negative to date. Of the 16, 3 are 20-29; 6 are 40-49; 5 are 60-69; and 2 are 80-89.
Jackson County, Missouri; Johnson County, Kansas; and the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas recognized on Tuesday, March 17, that coronavirus is circulating in the Kansas City area. They shared the following guidance:... more
JoCo on the Go podcast episode #32 takes an in-depth look at the Johnson County Department of Corrections program known as Adult Community Corrections, which focuses on helping those who have had contact with law enforcement and the... more
Don Jarrett, chief counsel and director of Legal Services will soon finish 35 years of service to Johnson County Government with his retirement on March 20. The selection process for hiring a new chief counsel is currently underway. On March 21,... more