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Coronavirus updates, November 25, 2020

Last updated:  10 hours ago
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+245 yesterday
144K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 148K
144K

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55K

Recovered

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1,5K

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+175 168 yesterday
13M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 13,1M
23,7M

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+87 107 yesterday
7,6M

Recovered

+2 194 yesterday
266K

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+543 329 yesterday
60,2M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 60,4M
126,5M

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+394 737 yesterday
41,6M

Recovered

+11 719 yesterday
1,4M

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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.
Sedgwick County 25 157 149 5 048
Johnson County 25 025 283 4 599
Wyandotte County 10 924 177 6 936
Shawnee County 6 862 119 3 856
Douglas County 4 551 22 3 748
Finney County 4 548 23 12 422
Ford County 4 496 13 13 267
Reno County 4 356 46 6 987
Leavenworth County 3 503 29 4 306
Riley County 3 428 14 4 651
Butler County 3 011 10 4 570
Seward County 2 694 13 11 738
Lyon County 2 407 46 7 205
Ellis County 2 212 23 7 705
Crawford County 2 175 17 5 574
Saline County 2 146 17 3 859
Harvey County 1 643 9 4 737
Barton County 1 530 13 5 860
Cowley County 1 384 10 3 930
McPherson County 1 316 9 4 510
Cherokee County 1 070 8 5 346
Norton County 1 053 21 19 392
Franklin County 1 020 15 3 980
Nemaha County 971 15 9 562
Miami County 923 2 2 740
Geary County 838 5 2 571
Atchison County 799 9 4 934
Labette County 785 6 3 932
Sumner County 695 6 2 880
Grant County 693 10 9 447
Thomas County 672 6 8 506
Dickinson County 671 9 3 585
Brown County 660 7 6 876
Jefferson County 659 7 3 473
Pottawatomie County 649 2 2 673
Jackson County 629 4 4 736
Neosho County 612 0 3 837
Pawnee County 610 1 9 296
Ellsworth County 607 4 9 797
Kearny County 562 8 14 253
Cloud County 556 4 6 370
Russell County 499 12 7 159
Bourbon County 495 3 3 378
Osage County 470 6 2 948
Pratt County 455 4 4 852
Doniphan County 434 2 5 650
Stevens County 419 3 7 320
Clay County 419 9 5 239
Sherman County 416 7 6 922
Marion County 388 1 3 065
Gray County 383 4 6 348
Marshall County 381 0 3 919
Rice County 376 1 3 945
Phillips County 373 10 7 015
Anderson County 360 0 4 570
Scott County 339 3 6 868
Rooks County 339 7 6 543
Kingman County 324 4 4 432
Allen County 313 1 2 515
Sheridan County 298 0 11 659
Harper County 297 8 5 394
Wabaunsee County 293 2 4 154
Washington County 286 5 4 932
Meade County 285 2 6 874
Coffey County 284 9 3 450
Gove County 278 19 10 643
Republic County 268 3 5 746
Wilson County 268 4 2 848
Linn County 258 1 2 646
Ness County 248 10 8 732
Haskell County 243 1 6 080
Logan County 214 0 7 525
Ottawa County 211 0 3 637
Trego County 208 3 6 931
Rush County 203 0 6 138
Cheyenne County 202 9 7 594
Rawlins County 199 2 7 935
Mitchell County 198 0 3 220
Greenwood County 197 1 3 254
Decatur County 194 1 6 757
Stafford County 184 1 4 147
Barber County 182 0 4 070
Edwards County 162 0 5 686
Morris County 151 1 2 735
Chase County 151 3 5 744
Hamilton County 141 0 5 409
Wichita County 138 2 6 177
Morton County 137 4 5 137
Graham County 136 2 5 457
Wallace County 135 0 9 091
Stanton County 132 2 5 906
Hodgeman County 130 0 7 151
Smith County 122 1 3 166
Clark County 109 4 5 436
Kiowa County 103 0 4 094
Greeley County 83 0 6 764
Osborne County 71 0 2 043
Lane County 71 0 4 551
Chautauqua County 71 0 2 146
Lincoln County 63 1 2 084
Jewell County 60 1 2 112
Woodson County 57 0 1 723
Elk County 47 0 1 874
Comanche County 47 0 2 689

The United States remains the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 keeps all people on alert in Coffeyville and today, the invisible enemy still covers the territory of Montgomery County. Its population density is considered to be 55 people per mi2 (21 people per km2) so the risk of being infected is below average. As for the state, the Kansas officials noted about 144K confirmed cases, an increase of 245 cases from yesterday.

Sedgwick County and Johnson County counties are still the most-affected counties in the state.

These figures don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our key thing is to stay home and take care of ourselves. You should not forget about protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
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