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
Allen4,162
Anderson2,212
Atchison4,478
Barber1,054
Barton6,625
Bourbon4,555
Brown2,800
Butler19,642
Chase684
Chautauqua864
Cherokee6,363
Cheyenne662
Clark510
Clay2,042
Cloud2,260
Coffey2,479
Comanche448
Cowley10,428
Crawford12,464
Decatur636
Dickinson4,943
Doniphan2,504
Douglas28,665
Edwards563
Elk582
Ellis7,322
Ellsworth2,033
Finney11,520
Ford10,823
Franklin7,202
Geary9,546
Gove819
Graham589
Grant2,245
Gray1,241
Greeley335
Greenwood1,841
Hamilton465
Harper1,688
Harvey9,935
Haskell973
Hodgeman420
Jackson4,008
Jefferson4,971
Jewell803
Johnson156,392
Kearny1,258
Kingman2,025
Kiowa690
Labette6,826
Lane302
Leavenworth20,436
Lincoln633
Linn2,909
Logan872
Lyon10,443
Marion3,423
Marshall2,594
McPherson8,058
Meade1,240
Miami8,230
Mitchell1,460
Montgomery9,632
Morris1,546
Morton633
Nemaha3,320
Neosho5,327
Ness794
Norton2,161
Osage4,075
Osborne812
Ottawa1,227
Pawnee2,226
Phillips1,371
Pottawatomie5,989
Pratt1,985
Rawlins696
Reno19,123
Republic1,365
Rice2,676
Riley14,107
Rooks1,404
Rush818
Russell1,902
Saline14,507
Scott1,319
Sedgwick149,227
Seward7,025
Shawnee50,717
Sheridan802
Sherman1,537
Smith648
Stafford1,174
Stanton435
Stevens1,550
Sumner5,839
Thomas2,515
Trego793
Wabaunsee1,686
Wallace441
Washington1,433
Wichita520
Wilson2,887
Woodson826
Wyandotte48,669

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 June 29, 2022
CDC Community transmission rates updated June 30, 2022
Number of cases listed is total since pandemic began
Sources:
Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Centers for Disease Control