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.

CountyTotal Cases
Allen4,847
Anderson2,478
Atchison4,873
Barber1,184
Barton7,438
Bourbon5,345
Brown3,079
Butler21,666
Chase765
Chautauqua972
Cherokee7,118
Cheyenne715
Clark553
Clay2,318
Cloud2,536
Coffey2,753
Comanche494
Cowley12,097
Crawford14,585
Decatur749
Dickinson5,658
Doniphan2,763
Douglas32,699
Edwards650
Elk658
Ellis8,171
Ellsworth2,357
Finney12,699
Ford11,826
Franklin7,883
Geary11,022
Gove902
Graham728
Grant2,686
Gray1,344
Greeley388
Greenwood2,093
Hamilton536
Harper1,855
Harvey11,371
Haskell1,084
Hodgeman481
Jackson4,486
Jefferson5,527
Jewell906
Johnson171,758
Kearny1,358
Kingman2,237
Kiowa736
Labette7,655
Lane362
Leavenworth23,275
Lincoln715
Linn3,333
Logan970
Lyon11,563
Marion3,835
Marshall2,862
McPherson9,149
Meade1,332
Miami9,230
Mitchell1,685
Montgomery10,672
Morris1,709
Morton689
Nemaha3,697
Neosho5,887
Ness872
Norton2,391
Osage4,628
Osborne978
Ottawa1,406
Pawnee2,501
Phillips1,605
Pottawatomie6,829
Pratt2,172
Rawlins740
Reno21,813
Republic1,500
Rice2,990
Riley15,822
Rooks1,568
Rush905
Russell2,112
Saline16,399
Scott1,486
Sedgwick165,500
Seward7,864
Shawnee58,121
Sheridan876
Sherman1,749
Smith784
Stafford1,340
Stanton500
Stevens1,786
Sumner6,438
Thomas2,880
Trego872
Wabaunsee1,869
Wallace475
Washington1,565
Wichita574
Wilson3,341
Woodson956
Wyandotte53,168

CDC Mask Guidelines based on community-level transmission:
Low (green): No mask needed indoors (get tested if you have symptoms)
Medium (yellow): Mask recommended for high-risk patients (discuss with your healthcare provider)
High (orange): Should wear mask indoors in public

Kansas coronavirus cases updated Nov. 30, 2022
CDC Community transmission rates updated Nov. 24, 2022
Number of cases listed is total since pandemic began
Sources:
Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Centers for Disease Control