Health department reports 28 new COVID-19 cases, low positivity rate

In total, there have been 6,370 total cases of COVID-19 in the county and 6,294 recoveries. The positivity rate for the week of April 7 is 2.1 percent.

Kansas suspends its use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine — here’s what that...

Kansas' decision to suspend its use of the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine over concerns of a rare blood-clotting disorder shouldn't impact vaccine clinics run through Lafene Health Center, director Jim Parker said.

OPINION: Some stadium re-openings are jumping the gun, but just by a little

On Monday, the MLB's Texas Rangers opened up Globe Life Field at full capacity with 38,238 fans in attendance — a feat that's jumping the gun amid the ongoing pandemic.

Health department announces 27 new cases of COVID-19

At this time, there are 28 active cases in Riley County. In total, there have been 6,342 positive cases of COVID-19 and 6,278 recoveries.

Monday Morning Brief: April 5

In this morning’s podcast, get an update on why some students can expect some money from K-State, see how students are coping in a semester without a spring break and more.

Students struggle to keep up without spring break, feel burnt out

Students won't be getting their usual spring break this semester. In the fall, K-State administration made the decision to eliminate spring break in an effort to curb the potential spread of COVID-19 as a result of mass travel.

Myers holds virtual town hall to discuss campus safety, COVID-19 updates

At Thursday's town hall meeting, President Myers addressed the safety of Kansas State's campus, alongside Dr. Kyle Goerl's latest campus update of COVID-19 and the university's plans for the Natatorium facility.

Students to receive COVID-19 relief funds starting Friday

These grants, totaling $5.8 million, are part of the federal Coronavirus response and relief supplemental appropriations act. K-State received about $6.3 million in all to go towards student financial relief.

On-campus vaccine clinics open to all students, staff — here’s what you need to know

Now, students, faculty and staff can book appointments for an on-campus clinic through the Lafene patient portal like they would for any other medical service.