Click here for coronavirus updates Pandemic Pass or Fail

Cases of coronavirus in Kansas increase to 10,170, with 222 deaths

Coronavirus in Kansas

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – The number of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus in Kansas is now up to 10,170. That’s an increase of 159 since Monday.

The number of Kansas deaths associated with COVID-19 is now 222, an increase of 5 since Monday.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment releases the updates shortly after noon each Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Sedgwick County released its latest numbers Tuesday afternoon. It has had 604 people test positive for the virus. 21 deaths in the county have been linked to the coronavirus.

CountyConfirmed
Allen884
Anderson739
Atchison1,402
Barber350
Barton2,466
Bourbon1,184
Brown1,159
Butler6,584
Chase227
Chautauqua225
Cherokee2,103
Cheyenne333
Clark224
Clay724
Cloud939
Coffey605
Comanche151
Cowley3,249
Crawford4,056
Decatur248
Dickinson1,544
Doniphan857
Douglas7,568
Edwards234
Elk154
Ellis3,425
Ellsworth1,151
Finney5,169
Ford5,424
Franklin2,188
Geary2,592
Gove359
Graham238
Grant899
Gray539
Greeley102
Greenwood514
Hamilton197
Harper553
Harvey3,133
Haskell396
Hodgeman171
Jackson1,234
Jefferson1,482
Jewell184
Johnson47,897
Kearny543
Kingman638
Kiowa218
Labette2,373
Lane117
Leavenworth5,968
Lincoln244
Linn676
Logan286
Lyon3,783
Marion908
Marshall881
McPherson2,832
Meade463
Miami2,384
Mitchell533
Montgomery2,895
Morris479
Morton221
Nemaha1,412
Neosho1,553
Ness322
Norton1,182
Osage1,037
Osborne264
Ottawa508
Pawnee1,094
Phillips641
Pottawatomie1,418
Pratt773
Rawlins283
Reno7,842
Republic639
Rice962
Riley4,458
Rooks592
Rush409
Russell790
Saline5,367
Scott543
Sedgwick48,224
Seward3,674
Shawnee14,630
Sheridan419
Sherman571
Smith243
Stafford314
Stanton170
Stevens520
Sumner1,770
Thomas996
Trego358
Wabaunsee581
Wallace166
Washington481
Wichita209
Wilson807
Woodson182
Wyandotte17,751
Dundy, NE140
Furnas, NE422
Hitchcock, NE224
Red Willow, NE1,102
Beaver, OK357
Harper, OK393
Kay, OK4,437
Texas, OK3,267

County list updated: Jan 22, 2021
Sources:
Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Oklahoma State Department of Health

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Download the KSN News App and stay up-to-date wherever you are. You can even watch KSN News live for free!
Click here to get the app
Get it in the App store
Get it in the Google Play store

3 Day Forecast

KSN Storm Track 3 Weather

Trending Stories