The City-Cowley County Health Department on Friday, reported four new coronavirus cases, which now brings the total to 83 since this all began. But as is the case in just about every other place in the country where new cases are being reported, more people are being listed as recovered, and those who are testing positive are most generally younger, and they are either showing very mild symptoms or in many cases, no symptoms at all. In Sumner County, officials said as of Friday afternoon, there had been 32 cases. Twenty cases were considered active with just three hospitalizations. Active cases in Sedgwick County on Friday reached 975, up 16, with 1,844 cases overall. The total number of deaths stood at 28. The statewide increase of 993 cases since last Wednesday was the biggest jump since Kansas began updating figures every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on May 13th. But deaths and hospitalizations are trending downward.