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Coronavirus updates, September 26, 2021

Last updated:  15 hours ago
1,1K

Confirmed cases

2,8K

Estimated cases

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31

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0 yesterday
404K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 406K
534K

Estimated cases

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0 yesterday
48K

Recovered

0 yesterday
6K

Deaths

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+54 114 yesterday
43,7M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 43,7M
63M

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+49 051 yesterday
33,2M

Recovered

+765 yesterday
706K

Deaths

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+382 968 yesterday
232,4M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 232,7M
425M

Estimated cases

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+405 228 yesterday
209M

Recovered

+6 019 yesterday
4,8M

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.
Sedgwick County 75 199 921 15 089
Johnson County 74 174 882 13 630
Wyandotte County 26 917 349 17 090
Shawnee County 24 232 436 13 619
Douglas County 11 716 98 9 648
Reno County 10 466 157 16 788
Butler County 10 126 118 15 370
Leavenworth County 9 863 117 12 124
Saline County 7 829 166 14 079
Riley County 7 809 58 10 595
Finney County 7 006 78 19 136
Ford County 6 812 85 20 102
Crawford County 6 545 102 16 774
Lyon County 5 171 91 15 479
Cowley County 5 131 119 14 569
Montgomery County 5 101 100 15 881
Harvey County 4 576 78 13 193
Geary County 4 557 53 13 981
Seward County 4 385 44 19 105
Ellis County 4 314 75 15 026
McPherson County 4 060 90 13 914
Miami County 4 014 57 11 918
Franklin County 3 544 53 13 827
Cherokee County 3 478 77 17 377
Labette County 3 427 59 17 166
Barton County 3 421 54 13 102
Sumner County 2 933 59 12 154
Pottawatomie County 2 658 39 10 949
Dickinson County 2 585 57 13 811
Neosho County 2 425 47 15 203
Jefferson County 2 408 46 12 690
Bourbon County 2 317 41 15 812
Atchison County 2 219 23 13 703
Jackson County 1 864 18 14 036
Osage County 1 850 33 11 605
Nemaha County 1 811 56 17 834
Allen County 1 746 25 14 031
Brown County 1 473 39 15 347
Marion County 1 399 26 11 051
Linn County 1 392 14 14 277
Marshall County 1 382 28 14 215
Wilson County 1 374 30 14 603
Rice County 1 352 15 14 185
Ellsworth County 1 330 28 21 465
Doniphan County 1 323 27 17 222
Norton County 1 316 30 24 236
Pawnee County 1 283 15 19 552
Thomas County 1 278 21 16 177
Cloud County 1 211 26 13 873
Pratt County 1 140 26 12 156
Grant County 1 111 25 15 144
Coffey County 1 078 25 13 094
Anderson County 1 051 21 13 341
Russell County 1 004 32 14 405
Kingman County 1 000 17 13 680
Greenwood County 931 12 15 376
Wabaunsee County 871 18 12 349
Republic County 835 14 17 903
Phillips County 786 26 14 783
Harper County 778 19 14 130
Sherman County 761 13 12 662
Gray County 753 14 12 481
Rooks County 747 11 14 418
Morris County 739 24 13 385
Mitchell County 708 18 11 512
Stevens County 703 12 12 282
Washington County 690 15 11 899
Scott County 682 27 13 817
Kearny County 677 11 17 170
Ottawa County 675 15 11 634
Meade County 585 14 14 110
Haskell County 520 8 13 010
Stafford County 512 14 11 539
Rush County 486 15 14 696
Ness County 470 17 16 549
Sheridan County 464 14 18 153
Trego County 459 8 15 295
Barber County 446 7 9 973
Gove County 444 22 16 998
Chautauqua County 426 8 12 874
Cheyenne County 415 13 15 602
Rawlins County 366 7 14 593
Osborne County 360 13 10 360
Woodson County 354 9 10 698
Logan County 351 7 12 342
Smith County 325 3 8 435
Clark County 318 7 15 860
Chase County 317 3 12 058
Decatur County 314 12 10 937
Morton County 308 8 11 549
Edwards County 307 12 10 776
Kiowa County 307 4 12 202
Graham County 305 10 12 239
Lincoln County 298 5 9 858
Jewell County 296 6 10 419
Wichita County 255 6 11 415
Stanton County 254 6 11 365
Elk County 253 6 10 088
Hamilton County 246 1 9 436
Hodgeman County 226 10 12 431
Wallace County 212 4 14 276
Comanche County 205 11 11 728
Lane County 156 7 10 000
Greeley County 126 2 10 269

The U.S. government and health care system are implementing various efforts to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, known as SARS-CoV-2. Coronavirus keeps all people on alert in Wakefield and today, the invisible enemy still covers the territory of Clay County. Its population density is informed to be 13 people per mi2 (5 people per km2) so the risk of being infected is below average.

Sedgwick County and Johnson County counties are still the most-infected 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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