WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported 13,557 new coronavirus cases since the last reporting period on Friday. It is down from Friday’s highest peak since the start of the pandemic which was 16,341 cases.

Hospitalizations in the state increased by 52. Eighteen new deaths were reported.

Kansas vaccinations continue. Since Friday:

  • 6,165 Kansans got their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine
  • 4,317 got their second dose
  • 12,315 got their third dose

Of Kansans eligible to be vaccinated, 64.01% have received at least one dose, while 55.20% are considered fully vaccinated.

CountyConfirmed
Allen3,704
Anderson1,993
Atchison4,037
Barber958
Barton6,068
Bourbon4,128
Brown2,550
Butler17,901
Chase639
Chautauqua805
Cherokee5,622
Cheyenne636
Clark477
Clay1,856
Cloud2,115
Coffey2,241
Comanche431
Cowley9,674
Crawford10,999
Decatur588
Dickinson4,505
Doniphan2,242
Douglas22,720
Edwards543
Elk532
Ellis6,719
Ellsworth1,926
Finney10,864
Ford10,314
Franklin6,555
Geary8,379
Gove3,704
Graham1,993
Grant4,037
Gray958
Greeley6,068
Greenwood4,128
Hamilton2,550
Harper17,901
Harvey639
Haskell805
Hodgeman5,622
Jackson636
Jefferson477
Jewell1,856
Johnson2,115
Kearny2,241
Kingman431
Kiowa9,674
Labette10,999
Lane588
Leavenworth4,505
Lincoln2,242
Linn22,720
Logan543
Lyon532
Marion6,719
Marshall1,926
McPherson10,864
Meade10,314
Miami6,555
Mitchell8,379
Montgomery1,964
Morris1,287
Morton5,271
Nemaha1,801
Neosho660
Ness17,502
Norton1,272
Osage2,440
Osborne12,250
Ottawa1,256
Pawnee764
Phillips1,799
Pottawatomie13,243
Pratt1,228
Rawlins137,653
Reno6,790
Republic44,978
Rice750
Riley1,431
Rooks607
Rush1,077
Russell416
Saline1,394
Scott5,322
Sedgwick2,254
Seward722
Shawnee1,542
Sheridan401
Sherman1,286
Smith475
Stafford2,601
Stanton735
Stevens44,318
Sumner5,231
Thomas2,218
Trego712
Wabaunsee1,518
Wallace400
Washington1,267
Wichita472
Wilson2,558
Woodson722
Wyandotte43,912
Beaver, OK852
Harper, OK672
Kay, OK10,688
Texas, OK5,508

Kansas coronavirus cases updated Jan. 28, 2022
Oklahoma county coronavirus cases updated Jan. 26, 2022
Sources:
Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Oklahoma State Department of Health