Kansas had its worst week-long spike in coronavirus cases since the pandemic began on Monday, after reporting another 1,447 cases over three days to bring the total to more than 20,000. The state Department of Health and Environment said Monday, that 20,058 novel coronavirus cases have been reported since early March, an increase of 7.8 percent from last Friday. The department also reported four additional COVID-19-related deaths to bring the total to 288. Cowley County added five new cases over the weekend for 88 total, with 14 listed as active. There have been 2,035 tests, adding up to a 4.3 percent positive testing rate. But here’s the kicker that seems to be falling through the cracks… the rate may be showing somewhat higher because some people are tested more than once.