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KDHE reports 26 more COVID deaths in Kansas, 51 coronavirus clusters in schools

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WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — The number of Kansas schools dealing with clusters of coronavirus cases dropped slightly in the past week.

That is just part of the data from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Wednesday.

The KDHE said 26 more Kansas deaths are due to COVID-19, bringing the state’s death toll to 6,448. It also reports 110 more Kansans with COVID-19 were admitted to hospitals since Monday morning.

The state said 2,263 Kansans have tested positive for the coronavirus in the past two days, while 4,019 have tested negative. Of the newer cases, 160 are the COVID-19 delta variant. See the charts below for county data.

Each Wednesday, the KDHE updates its charts regarding coronavirus clusters in the state. It reports 164 active clusters in Kansas, 21 fewer than last week. Of those, 51 are in K-12 schools.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment only names places that have five or more current cases.

COVID-19 exposure locations

TypeFacilityCityCases within
last 14 days
Bar or RestaurantLa Casita RestaurantSalina10
Day CareKids Stop DaycareShawnee7
Long-term Care
Facility
Cheney Golden Age HomeCheney7
Elmhaven East Skilled Nursing FacilityParsons11
Hilltop Manor Skilled Nursing FacilityCunningham29
Homestead of El DoradoEl Dorado6
Kidron BethelNorth Newton8
Lansing Care and RehabLansing6
Leisure Homestead AssociationStafford5
Linn Community Nursing HomeLinn5
Parkside HomesHillsboro5
Villa St. FrancisOlathe5
Private BusinessK and W Underground IncOlathe6
Leading Technology CompositesWichita5
Starkey, Inc.Wichita6
Religious GatheringCovenant ChurchMcPherson10
SchoolEmporia Christian SchoolEmporia5
Kiowa County SchoolsGreensburg9
Park Elementary SchoolGreat Bend9
USD 377 EffinghamEffingham6
USD 397 CentreLost Springs11
(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 said 20,695 doses of vaccine have been distributed since Monday morning.

  • 4,934 Kansans got their first dose
  • 3,074 got their second dose
  • 12,687 got a third dose

Of Kansans eligible to get vaccinated, 63.86% have received at least one dose, while 56.82% are considered fully vaccinated. The KDHE has not included children ages 5-11 in that data yet.

CountyConfirmedDelta Variant
Allen2,14875
Anderson1,1929
Atchison2,56983
Barber61120
Barton4,335108
Bourbon2,67327
Brown1,82860
Butler11,730111
Chase4102
Chautauqua5546
Cherokee3,81636
Cheyenne4773
Clark3544
Clay1,3495
Cloud1,620110
Coffey1,36212
Comanche331
Cowley6,25577
Crawford7,086140
Decatur43425
Dickinson3,14795
Doniphan1,52274
Douglas12,847170
Edwards4445
Elk349
Ellis4,85835
Ellsworth1,47449
Finney7,857217
Ford7,422183
Franklin4,06293
Geary5,022165
Gove5538
Graham3406
Grant1,44531
Gray94237
Greeley189
Greenwood1,0558
Hamilton3212
Harper1,02727
Harvey5,54759
Haskell63622
Hodgeman2573
Jackson2,33162
Jefferson2,78874
Jewell56338
Johnson82,5421,474
Kearny87822
Kingman1,29821
Kiowa42011
Labette3,943127
Lane19814
Leavenworth11,139315
Lincoln3989
Linn1,68077
Logan5258
Lyon5,837127
Marion1,89711
Marshall1,72827
McPherson4,89957
Meade74945
Miami4,64846
Mitchell87946
Montgomery5,589123
Morris83310
Morton4503
Nemaha2,18940
Neosho2,95266
Ness53734
Norton1,57920
Osage2,21759
Osborne49841
Ottawa83724
Pawnee1,5686
Phillips98342
Pottawatomie3,155116
Pratt1,36126
Rawlins53330
Reno12,52290
Republic94211
Rice1,57236
Riley8,162261
Rooks86114
Rush5563
Russell1,319138
Saline9,143356
Scott88428
Sedgwick86,5161,090
Seward4,98116
Shawnee27,318318
Sheridan5622
Sherman1,07910
Smith47373
Stafford73727
Stanton3166
Stevens98918
Sumner3,50342
Thomas1,65724
Trego5212
Wabaunsee98624
Wallace3133
Washington90119
Wichita3131
Wilson1,65629
Woodson4457
Wyandotte29,028341
Beaver, OK599
Harper, OK534
Kay, OK534 
Texas, OK4,265 

Kansas and Oklahoma county coronavirus cases updated Nov. 29, 2021
Kansas delta variant cases updated Nov. 29, 2021
Sources:
Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Oklahoma State Department of Health

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