How Many Coronavirus Cases Are There in Kansas?

As of June 8, 2020, there have been 7,291 coronavirus cases and 139 deaths in Kansas, according to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

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Introduction

Since the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), public health officials have been tracking the number of people infected with the virus. The number of COVID-19 cases in Kansas is now over 4,000.

The majority of people infected with COVID-19 will have mild to moderate symptoms and will recover without needing hospitalization. However, some people will develop severe illness, and some people will die.

Currently, there is no specific treatment for COVID-19. Treatment focuses on relieving symptoms and supporting the respiratory system. Some people who develop severe illness may need to be hospitalized, and some may need mechanical ventilation (breathing support).

To date, 479 people have died from COVID-19 in Kansas.

As of May 4, 2020, there have been 1,732 cases in Kansas

As of May 4, 2020, there have been 1,732 cases of coronavirus in Kansas. The majority of cases have been in Johnson County, which has had 934 cases as of May 4. Wyandotte County has had 296 cases, Sedgwick County has had 215 cases, and Douglas County has had 143 cases.

There have been 68 deaths in Kansas due to coronavirus as of May 4. Johnson County has had the most deaths with 28, followed by Wyandotte County with 19 deaths. Sedgwick County has had 9 deaths, and Douglas County has had 5 deaths.

The first case was reported on March 8

As of March 8, the first case of coronavirus was reported in Kansas. The patient is a man in his 50s who contracted the virus while traveling in Italy. He is currently isolated at home and is doing well.

The majority of cases are in Wyandotte County, where there have been 583 cases and eight deaths

As of Friday, May 1, there have been 1,130 coronavirus cases and 85 deaths in Kansas, according to the state’s Department of Health and Environment. The majority of cases are in Wyandotte County, where there have been 583 cases and eight deaths.

There have been 21 deaths statewide

There have been 21 deaths statewide and 595 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Kansas as of Monday, according to data from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

Of the 595 cases, KDHE reported that 163 are in Sedgwick County, 70 are in Wyandotte County, 34 are in Johnson County, 27 are in Miami County and 26 are in Douglas County.

The state is currently conducting more than 3,000 tests per day, and nearly 19,000 people have been tested statewide.

The number of cases is increasing, with an average of more than 100 new cases per day in the past week

According to the latest data from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, there have been a total of 19,196 coronavirus cases in the state as of Monday, August 24. This is an increase of more than 1,000 cases from last week’s average of 18,183 cases per day.

The majority of new cases are concentrated in the Kansas City metropolitan area, which has seen an uptick in cases in recent weeks. There have also been increases in some rural counties, such as Franklin County, which has seen its number of cases nearly double in the past week.

Health officials believe that the rise in cases is due to a combination of factors, including more testing being conducted and people let their guard down as the state began to reopen. They are urging people to take precautions to prevent the spread of the virus, such as wearing a mask and maintaining social distancing.

The number of hospitalizations and deaths is also increasing

As of Monday, March 30, there are a total of 1,230 positive coronavirus cases in Kansas, according to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

The number of positive cases has risen by more than 300 since Friday, when there were 927. The number of confirmed cases has been on the rise since early last week, when there were fewer than 500.

A total of 22 people have died from the virus in Kansas, an increase of five since Friday.

Of the 1,230 positive cases, 444 are in Sedgwick County — home to Wichita — and 84 are in Johnson County, where Kansas City is located. The rest are in 36 other counties.

The number of hospitalizations and deaths is also increasing. As of Monday morning, there were 191 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Kansas — an increase of 38 from Friday.

Conclusion

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Kansas now stands at 253,402 as of Wednesday, according to the latest data from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

Of those cases, 4,828 have resulted in death, KDHE reports.

The total number of cases in the United States now stands at more than 27.1 million, with nearly 468,000 resulting in death, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

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