Riley County has 7 new positive cases since Friday’s report, and 10 more recoveries. The totals are now 110 active, 312 recovered, and 4 deaths.
Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan is caring for 3 positive patients at this time. One of those patients is on a ventilator.
The current Riley County Local Health Order 15 is set to expire on July 30. Local Health Officer Julie Gibbs is finalizing the details of Order 16 and will release that that information when the new order is signed. Additional restrictions for restaurants and bars are expected. The Board of County Commissioners voted Monday not to support a county-wide mask requirement, but instead will continue to strongly recommend that people wear masks in public.
The City of Manhattan Mask Ordinance No. 7488 will remain in effect until September 7. Read the full text of the ordinance on the City of Manhattan website at https://cityofmhk.com/DocumentCenter/View/59247/7488-Require-Face-Covering-070720.
Riley County Statistics for Monday, July 27, 2020:
- Total positive cases in Riley County Residents: 426**
- Total Active: 110
- Total Recovered: 312
- Total deaths: 4
- Pending test results: 159
- Negative test results: 4,179
- Average age: 31.3 years old
- Gender: Female: 47.7% (203), Male 52.3% (223)