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The Miami County Commission has endorsed an emergency stay-at-home order issued by Dr. Donald Banks, Local Health Officer for Miami County, that covers a 29-day period, beginning Wednesday, March 25.

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Although Miami County still has no official cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), bordering counties in every direction have reported cases as numbers continue to increase throughout Kansas and the country.

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Here are the latest headlines regarding COVID-19:

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When Paola USD 368 Superintendent Matt Meek learned on the morning of Tuesday, March 17, that he was going to receive an update from Topeka, he was prepared to hear that his district’s spring break was going to be extended by a week or two due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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Restricting large gatherings has had a big impact on a number of businesses, but it’s been an absolute punch in the gut to event venues.

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Beginning Tuesday, March 24, residents of Jackson County, Mo.; Johnson County, Kan.; Kansas City, Mo.; and the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan; will be directed to stay at home except for essential needs, according to an announcement from the CORE 4 partners Saturday,…

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Because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and due to lack of business action items, Miami County Commission's regularly scheduled meeting March 25 has been canceled, according to a county news release.

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As of Thursday, March 19, the Miami County Treasurer’s office will be closed to the public through April 1. County buildings have been closed until that date because of the coronavirus (COVID-19), according to a news release. The treasurer’s office urges people not to drop off or mail title …

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The Linn County (Kansas) Health Department announced Thursday, March 19, that the Kansas county's first case of coronavirus (COVID-19) has been confirmed through the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) laboratory in Topeka.