WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says 4,443 Kansans tested positive for the coronavirus since Monday morning, while 4,638 tested negative.

Of the recent cases, 143 Kansans have the more contagious COVID-19 delta variant. So far, Kansas does not have any cases of the omicron variant.

The KDHE says another 25 Kansas deaths have been linked to COVID-19. It brings the state’s death toll to 6,768. In the past two days, 116 more Kansans have been hospitalized with COVID-19. The state does not track recoveries.

Each Wednesday, the KDHE also updates how many active coronavirus clusters it is tracking across Kansas. There are 154 active clusters this week, down three from last Wednesday. Of the active clusters, 43 are in Kansas K-12 schools. That is down by nine from last week. The KDHE only names locations that have five or more current cases.

These are the COVID-19 exposure locations named this week:

TypeFacilityCityCases within
the last 14 days
CorrectionsHarvey County Detention CenterNewton16
Group livingReflections Recovery CenterWichita7
Health carePittsburg Health and Rehabilitation CenterPittsburg27
Long term care facilityAnew Healthcare of NortonvilleNortonville25
Greeley County Health ServicesTribune5
Life Care CenterKansas City5
Medicalodge of PittsburgPittsburg15
Ness County Hospital LTC ISB
Cedar Village
Ness City10
Parkview Care CenterOsborne7
Regent Park Assisted LivingWichita6
Smoky Hill RehabilitationSalina12
Private businessLandplan EngineeringLawrence6
SchoolAnthony Elementary SchoolAnthony5
Harper Elementary SchoolHarper14
Hartford High School USD 252Hartford10
Primrose SchoolShawnee5
Stafford USD 349Stafford5
USD 321 RossvilleRossville17
USD 398 Peabody Burns ElementaryPeabody5
SportsWabaunsee Junior HighPaxico12
(Source: KDHE The KDHE will publish the names of locations with five or more COVID-19 cases with symptom onset dates in the last 14 days. Once a place no longer has five or more cases with symptom onset dates within the last 14 days, it will be removed from the list)

The KDHE shows almost 29,000 Kansans got a COVID-19 vaccination in the past two days.

  • 6,967 got their first dose
  • 6,117 got a second dose
  • 15,868 got a third dose

Of Kansans eligible to get vaccinated, the KDHE shows 61.36% have received at least one dose, while 53.22% have completed a vaccine series.

CountyTotal Cases
Allen4,660
Anderson2,435
Atchison4,775
Barber1,136
Barton7,229
Bourbon5,168
Brown3,032
Butler21,217
Chase753
Chautauqua931
Cherokee6,933
Cheyenne693
Clark543
Clay2,247
Cloud2,460
Coffey2,675
Comanche481
Cowley11,820
Crawford14,032
Decatur676
Dickinson5,525
Doniphan2,718
Douglas31,731
Edwards632
Elk634
Ellis7,953
Ellsworth2,286
Finney12,477
Ford11,691
Franklin7,693
Geary10,748
Gove885
Graham636
Grant2,642
Gray1,315
Greeley377
Greenwood2,041
Hamilton533
Harper1,792
Harvey11,111
Haskell1,051
Hodgeman468
Jackson4,325
Jefferson5,389
Jewell892
Johnson168,338
Kearny1,349
Kingman2,193
Kiowa716
Labette7,493
Lane342
Leavenworth22,478
Lincoln675
Linn3,270
Logan940
Lyon11,267
Marion3,705
Marshall2,787
McPherson8,878
Meade1,316
Miami9,016
Mitchell1,619
Montgomery10,484
Morris1,686
Morton670
Nemaha3,637
Neosho5,747
Ness831
Norton2,349
Osage4,448
Osborne913
Ottawa1,372
Pawnee2,420
Phillips1,546
Pottawatomie6,612
Pratt2,104
Rawlins713
Reno21,175
Republic1,467
Rice2,908
Riley15,455
Rooks1,535
Rush885
Russell2,031
Saline16,082
Scott1,443
Sedgwick162,294
Seward7,745
Shawnee56,286
Sheridan863
Sherman1,665
Smith716
Stafford1,314
Stanton468
Stevens1,741
Sumner6,259
Thomas2,780
Trego849
Wabaunsee1,816
Wallace472
Washington1,533
Wichita559
Wilson3,204
Woodson932
Wyandotte52,365

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 Oct. 5, 2022
CDC Community transmission rates updated Oct. 6, 2022
Number of cases listed is total since pandemic began
Sources:
Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Centers for Disease Control