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Coronavirus updates, May 11, 2021

Last updated:  22 hours ago
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362

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1,3K

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14

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+115 yesterday
311K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 311K
448K

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6,8K

Recovered

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5K

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+30 152 yesterday
33,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 33,6M
53,3M

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+65 240 yesterday
26,5M

Recovered

+383 yesterday
597K

Deaths

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+612 922 yesterday
160,2M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 160,4M
297,2M

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+805 140 yesterday
138,9M

Recovered

+10 604 yesterday
3,3M

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Kansas state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Johnson County 58 303 754 10 714
Sedgwick County 56 588 753 11 355
Wyandotte County 20 413 278 12 960
Shawnee County 17 472 363 9 819
Douglas County 9 254 83 7 620
Reno County 8 523 138 13 671
Butler County 7 534 86 11 436
Leavenworth County 7 228 91 8 885
Riley County 6 463 43 8 769
Saline County 6 250 140 11 240
Finney County 6 058 71 16 547
Ford County 5 753 75 16 977
Crawford County 4 733 77 12 130
Lyon County 4 278 85 12 806
Cowley County 3 965 108 11 258
Seward County 3 864 41 16 835
Ellis County 3 745 71 13 044
Harvey County 3 635 68 10 480
Montgomery County 3 459 79 10 769
Geary County 3 399 40 10 428
McPherson County 3 270 81 11 206
Miami County 2 750 42 8 165
Labette County 2 740 49 13 725
Barton County 2 614 48 10 011
Franklin County 2 555 43 9 968
Cherokee County 2 475 52 12 366
Sumner County 2 166 51 8 976
Pottawatomie County 1 898 30 7 818
Neosho County 1 803 35 11 303
Dickinson County 1 761 45 9 409
Jefferson County 1 720 34 9 065
Atchison County 1 633 14 10 085
Nemaha County 1 513 55 14 899
Bourbon County 1 413 26 9 643
Jackson County 1 401 16 10 550
Osage County 1 244 25 7 804
Allen County 1 240 19 9 965
Brown County 1 238 38 12 899
Ellsworth County 1 223 25 19 739
Norton County 1 206 27 22 210
Pawnee County 1 166 13 17 769
Marion County 1 104 24 8 720
Thomas County 1 098 20 13 899
Marshall County 1 091 24 11 222
Rice County 1 076 12 11 289
Wilson County 1 008 16 10 713
Cloud County 984 23 11 273
Doniphan County 971 23 12 640
Grant County 943 18 12 854
Russell County 857 29 12 296
Anderson County 836 18 10 612
Linn County 817 8 8 379
Pratt County 815 25 8 691
Clay County 800 29 10 004
Kingman County 757 15 10 356
Coffey County 733 23 8 903
Phillips County 713 24 13 410
Wabaunsee County 680 13 9 641
Republic County 661 13 14 172
Rooks County 656 11 12 662
Sherman County 635 12 10 566
Harper County 617 18 11 206
Scott County 596 23 12 075
Morris County 584 22 10 578
Kearny County 569 10 14 431
Gray County 564 14 9 349
Mitchell County 561 18 9 122
Greenwood County 558 11 9 216
Stevens County 558 10 9 748
Ottawa County 551 13 9 497
Washington County 533 14 9 191
Meade County 513 12 12 373
Sheridan County 432 13 16 901
Rush County 431 14 13 033
Haskell County 419 9 10 483
Trego County 406 8 13 529
Gove County 386 19 14 778
Barber County 374 6 8 363
Ness County 371 16 13 063
Stafford County 340 9 7 663
Rawlins County 300 7 11 962
Logan County 290 6 10 197
Osborne County 290 12 8 345
Smith County 270 3 7 008
Chase County 268 3 10 194
Decatur County 267 12 9 300
Chautauqua County 267 6 8 069
Edwards County 266 12 9 337
Graham County 265 9 10 634
Lincoln County 263 5 8 700
Morton County 258 8 9 674
Clark County 252 7 12 569
Kiowa County 239 4 9 499
Woodson County 217 5 6 558
Wichita County 216 6 9 669
Hodgeman County 212 8 11 661
Jewell County 211 6 7 427
Hamilton County 202 1 7 748
Stanton County 184 6 8 233
Wallace County 179 4 12 054
Elk County 179 5 7 137
Comanche County 169 9 9 668
Lane County 127 7 8 141
Greeley County 104 1 8 476

Since the first coronavirus patient was confirmed in the U.S., the outbreak has hit all 50 states. However, some regions have coped to keep the numbers low.

The population density in the county is 2 people per mi2 (1 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. Even though the total count of COVID-19 cases has risen up to 362 today, Cheyenne County still has the lowest number of cases and fatal cases in the state of Kansas.

Johnson County and Sedgwick County are the state's leaders in coronavirus cases with 58K and 57K patients with confirmed infection accordingly, while Greeley County and Lane County have the lowest count of coronavirus cases in Kansas. Together with the latter ones, Cheyenne County’s per capita infection rate is regarded below average, but the coronavirus still remains a threat to public safety.

Please note, even if your county has a low number of confirmed cases, the virus is still active. Please stay vigilant and keep up with good hygiene practices.

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