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

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Coronavirus updates, March 5, 2021

Last updated:  16 hours ago
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842

Confirmed cases

2,4K

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27

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+496 yesterday
298K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 300K
430K

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+496 yesterday
293K

Recovered

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4,8K

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+68 321 yesterday
29,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 29,6M
47,6M

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+90 002 yesterday
20,1M

Recovered

+1 993 yesterday
534K

Deaths

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+451 882 yesterday
116,4M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 116,9M
230,7M

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+416 460 yesterday
92M

Recovered

+10 007 yesterday
2,6M

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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 54 533 752 10 021
Sedgwick County 53 830 711 10 801
Wyandotte County 19 280 268 12 241
Shawnee County 16 409 343 9 222
Douglas County 8 679 79 7 147
Reno County 8 306 139 13 323
Butler County 7 217 83 10 955
Leavenworth County 6 810 83 8 371
Riley County 6 216 33 8 434
Finney County 5 989 72 16 358
Saline County 5 985 133 10 763
Ford County 5 581 70 16 469
Crawford County 4 528 70 11 605
Lyon County 4 112 81 12 309
Cowley County 3 815 102 10 833
Seward County 3 782 34 16 478
Ellis County 3 685 72 12 835
Harvey County 3 411 62 9 835
Montgomery County 3 302 72 10 280
McPherson County 3 126 84 10 713
Geary County 3 043 37 9 336
Miami County 2 645 42 7 853
Labette County 2 616 10 13 104
Barton County 2 573 48 9 854
Franklin County 2 446 37 9 543
Cherokee County 2 365 47 11 816
Sumner County 2 074 49 8 594
Pottawatomie County 1 758 29 7 241
Neosho County 1 753 23 10 990
Dickinson County 1 688 42 9 019
Jefferson County 1 620 32 8 538
Atchison County 1 532 13 9 461
Nemaha County 1 483 55 14 604
Jackson County 1 336 15 10 060
Bourbon County 1 283 24 8 756
Brown County 1 215 36 12 659
Ellsworth County 1 210 25 19 529
Norton County 1 201 27 22 118
Osage County 1 192 23 7 478
Allen County 1 135 16 9 121
Pawnee County 1 134 14 17 281
Thomas County 1 076 17 13 620
Marshall County 1 069 23 10 996
Rice County 1 055 12 11 069
Marion County 1 029 24 8 128
Cloud County 968 26 11 089
Wilson County 954 15 10 139
Doniphan County 942 22 12 262
Grant County 926 18 12 623
Anderson County 815 18 10 345
Pratt County 807 25 8 605
Clay County 781 27 9 766
Linn County 752 8 7 713
Kingman County 729 14 9 973
Coffey County 711 19 8 636
Phillips County 704 23 13 241
Wabaunsee County 662 14 9 386
Republic County 657 13 14 087
Rooks County 635 12 12 256
Sherman County 607 11 10 100
Harper County 598 20 10 861
Scott County 569 23 11 528
Kearny County 561 11 14 228
Mitchell County 559 19 9 089
Morris County 557 21 10 089
Gray County 552 14 9 150
Greenwood County 549 13 9 067
Ottawa County 548 13 9 445
Stevens County 547 9 9 556
Washington County 528 14 9 105
Meade County 492 10 11 867
Sheridan County 428 12 16 745
Rush County 425 13 12 852
Haskell County 407 9 10 183
Trego County 401 8 13 362
Gove County 385 19 14 740
Barber County 367 7 8 207
Ness County 365 15 12 852
Cheyenne County 353 13 13 271
Stafford County 333 9 7 505
Logan County 292 6 10 267
Rawlins County 290 8 11 563
Osborne County 287 11 8 259
Smith County 264 2 6 852
Decatur County 259 11 9 021
Chautauqua County 258 6 7 797
Lincoln County 255 4 8 435
Morton County 254 8 9 524
Edwards County 254 12 8 915
Graham County 250 7 10 032
Chase County 245 3 9 319
Clark County 244 7 12 170
Kiowa County 237 4 9 420
Wichita County 215 6 9 624
Hodgeman County 206 7 11 331
Woodson County 204 5 6 165
Hamilton County 201 1 7 710
Jewell County 199 4 7 005
Stanton County 184 7 8 233
Elk County 176 5 7 018
Wallace County 173 4 11 650
Comanche County 159 9 9 096
Lane County 124 7 7 949
Greeley County 101 1 8 231

State by state, county by county, the coronavirus is spreading in the U.S. Kansas is among the states that have the highest number of COVID-19 positive people, as of today, its count has risen up to 298K.

Russell County is not the most affected area in Kansas while Sedgwick County and Wyandotte County are the most-infected ones in the state. The risk of infection in the county is average if we talk about its population density that is 7 people per mi2 (3 people per km2) but the situation is still difficult. It is considered that in next week the total number of COVID-19 positive people in Russell County will reach 913 cases. The statistics also show the average infection rate per 100,000 people - it’s 12K, but the virus is still spreading.

The virus isn’t consistent across country, some new clusters emerge, others subside. In times like these, we all should be calm and take care of ourselves and our family. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

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