Coronavirus (COVID-19) info and news in Elk County

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Coronavirus updates, April 18, 2021

Last updated:  1 day 4 hours ago
179

Confirmed cases

446

Estimated cases

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5

Deaths

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0 yesterday
308K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 308K
445K

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0 yesterday
7,5K

Recovered

0 yesterday
5K

Deaths

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+51 650 yesterday
32,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 32,5M
51,9M

Estimated cases

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+77 547 yesterday
25M

Recovered

+488 yesterday
582K

Deaths

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+657 827 yesterday
142,7M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 143,1M
271,7M

Estimated cases

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+689 114 yesterday
121,4M

Recovered

+9 813 yesterday
3M

Deaths

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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 57 068 739 10 487
Sedgwick County 55 462 736 11 129
Wyandotte County 19 966 276 12 676
Shawnee County 17 199 355 9 666
Douglas County 9 067 82 7 466
Reno County 8 417 135 13 501
Butler County 7 449 85 11 307
Leavenworth County 7 136 90 8 772
Riley County 6 370 36 8 643
Saline County 6 146 134 11 053
Finney County 6 030 71 16 470
Ford County 5 722 74 16 885
Crawford County 4 686 76 12 010
Lyon County 4 233 84 12 671
Cowley County 3 910 107 11 102
Seward County 3 846 41 16 757
Ellis County 3 726 73 12 978
Harvey County 3 575 75 10 307
Montgomery County 3 419 78 10 644
Geary County 3 257 40 9 993
McPherson County 3 237 80 11 093
Labette County 2 724 10 13 645
Miami County 2 712 41 8 052
Barton County 2 596 47 9 942
Franklin County 2 518 42 9 824
Cherokee County 2 453 52 12 256
Sumner County 2 124 51 8 802
Pottawatomie County 1 871 30 7 707
Neosho County 1 789 34 11 216
Dickinson County 1 726 44 9 222
Jefferson County 1 692 34 8 917
Atchison County 1 586 14 9 794
Nemaha County 1 505 56 14 820
Jackson County 1 395 16 10 505
Bourbon County 1 379 26 9 411
Brown County 1 233 38 12 846
Allen County 1 230 18 9 884
Osage County 1 222 25 7 666
Ellsworth County 1 217 25 19 642
Norton County 1 205 26 22 192
Pawnee County 1 149 13 17 510
Thomas County 1 092 20 13 823
Marshall County 1 080 23 11 109
Rice County 1 068 12 11 206
Marion County 1 048 24 8 278
Wilson County 998 16 10 607
Cloud County 976 23 11 181
Doniphan County 965 23 12 562
Grant County 939 18 12 800
Russell County 856 28 12 281
Anderson County 831 18 10 548
Pratt County 814 25 8 680
Linn County 795 8 8 154
Clay County 795 29 9 941
Kingman County 750 15 10 260
Coffey County 723 23 8 782
Phillips County 711 24 13 372
Wabaunsee County 672 13 9 528
Republic County 660 13 14 151
Rooks County 653 11 12 604
Sherman County 621 12 10 333
Harper County 616 18 11 188
Scott County 580 23 11 750
Morris County 576 22 10 433
Kearny County 565 10 14 329
Mitchell County 561 18 9 122
Gray County 561 14 9 299
Stevens County 558 10 9 748
Greenwood County 554 11 9 149
Ottawa County 550 13 9 479
Washington County 532 14 9 174
Meade County 506 12 12 205
Sheridan County 432 13 16 901
Rush County 430 14 13 003
Haskell County 418 9 10 458
Trego County 406 8 13 529
Gove County 385 19 14 740
Barber County 371 6 8 296
Ness County 370 16 13 028
Cheyenne County 360 14 13 534
Stafford County 338 9 7 618
Rawlins County 297 7 11 842
Logan County 292 6 10 267
Osborne County 289 12 8 317
Smith County 269 3 6 982
Chautauqua County 265 6 8 008
Decatur County 265 12 9 230
Graham County 264 8 10 594
Lincoln County 262 4 8 667
Edwards County 260 12 9 126
Morton County 254 8 9 524
Chase County 251 3 9 547
Clark County 248 7 12 369
Kiowa County 237 4 9 420
Woodson County 216 5 6 528
Wichita County 216 6 9 669
Hodgeman County 211 8 11 606
Jewell County 210 5 7 392
Hamilton County 202 1 7 748
Stanton County 184 6 8 233
Wallace County 176 4 11 852
Comanche County 167 9 9 554
Lane County 126 7 8 077
Greeley County 104 1 8 476

Since the first COVID-19 positive person was confirmed in the U.S., the disease has affected all 50 states. However, some areas have managed to keep the numbers low.

The population density in the county is 4 people per mi2 (1 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. Even though the overall number of coronavirus patients has reached 179 today, Elk County still has the lowest count of cases and fatal cases in the state of Kansas.

Johnson County and Sedgwick County are the state's leaders in confirmed cases with 57K and 55K patients with confirmed infection accordingly, while Greeley County and Lane County have the lowest number of confirmed cases in Kansas. Together with the latter ones, Elk County’s per capita infection rate is considered below average, but the coronavirus still remains a threat to public safety.

Please note, even if your region has a low number of COVID-19 cases, the virus is still active. Please remain vigilant and continue with good hygiene practices.

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