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Number of new cases slows down, 11.6% of Kansans vaccinated – Wichita, Kansas

Wichita, Kansas 2021-02-22 13:16:43 –

Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) — Over the weekend, another 14,555 Kansas received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. According to state health officials, this will bring the number of initial vaccinations in Kansas to 339,190, which is 11.6% of the state’s population.

The number of doses distributed in Kansas increased by 18,725 to 600,700.

The· Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, we release an update containing cases of coronavirus.

According to KDHE, an additional 29 people have died in connection with COVID-19 since Friday. That brings the state to deaths at 4,643.

COVID-19 had 32 new hospitalizations. The condition does not track recovery.

Since Friday, 883 Kansas have tested positive for coronavirus. This is the first time that the number has fallen below 1,000 since September 16.

According to KDHE, 4,193 Kansas have received negative test results since the Friday update.

The chart below will be updated by 1 pm

county Verified Weekly dosage
Allen 1,088 200
Anderson 803 100
Acheson 1,520 300
barber 364 100
Burton 2,558 500
Bourbon 1,271 200
brown 1,201 200
Butler 7,094 1,300
Tracking 241 100
Chautauqua 251 100
Cherokee 2,333 300
Cheyenne 344 100
Clarks 235 100
clay 773 100
cloud 960 100
Coffey 701 100
Comanche 153 100
Cowley 3,764 600
Crawford 4,466 700
Decatur 258 100
Dickinson 1,680 300
Donifan 929 200
Douglas 8,171 1,950
Edwards 250 100
Elk 167 100
Ellis 3,642 400
Ellsworth 1,203 400
Finney 5,303 800
Ford 5,543 700
Franklin 2,415 400
Geary 2,947 500
Gove 376 100
Graham 247 100
Grant 923 100
gray 550 100
Greeley 101
Greenwood 545 100
Hamilton 199
Harper 592 100
Harvey 3,365 600
Haskell 407 100
Hodgeman 193 100
Jackson 1,327 200
Jefferson 1,603 300
Jewel 196 100
Johnson 53,652 4,875
Kearney 555 100
Kingman 720 100
Kiowa 237 100
Lavette 2,572 400
Lane 124 100
Leavenworth 6,680 1,400
Lincoln 254 100
Rin 743 200
Logan 291 100
Lyon 4,032 700
Marion 1,011 200
Marshall 1,061 200
McPherson 3,074 500
Mead 486 100
Miami 2,592 400
Mitchell 557 100
Montgomery 3,218 700
Morris 547 100
Morton 252 100
Nemaha 1,459 200
Neosho 1,708 300
Ness 364 100
Norton 1,198 300
Osage 1,175 300
Osborne 286 100
Ottawa 547 100
Pony 1,131 300
Philips 688 100
Potawa Tommy 1,716 400
Pratt 798 200
Rollins 288 100
Reno 8,245 1,400
Republic 656 100
rice 1,047 200
Riley 4,820 1,200
Rook 620 100
rush 424 100
Russell 832 100
Saline 5,901 900
Scott 568 100
Sedgwick 53,047 5,850
Seward 3,759 500
Seaney 16,181 1,950
Sheridan 426 100
Shaman 603 100
Smith 264 100
Stafford 332 200
Stanton 181 100
Stevens 546 100
Sumner 2,059 400
Thomas 1,053 100
Trego 397 100
Wabonshi 646 100
Wallace 171 100
Washington 522 100
Wichita 215 100
Wilson 920 200
Woodson 194 100
Wyandot 18,935 3,900
Dandy, Nebraska 174
Furnas, northeast 484
Hitchcock, northeast 246
Red Willow, Nebraska 1,165
Beaver, OK 419
Harper, OK 403
Kay, OK 5,034
Texas, Oklahoma 3,428

Coronavirus cases updated: February 19, 2021
Weekly dose updated on February 15, 2021
Source:
Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Oklahoma Health Department

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