TOPEKA — There were 2,482 confirmed COVID-19 cases from 74 Kansas counties with 112 deaths reported as of 9:45
a.m. Thursday, the Kansas Department of Health and Education announced. Here are other statistics from Thursday:
• There have been 442 of 2,007 cases that have been hospitalized.
• There have been 18,836 negative tests conducted at KDHE and private labs.
• Age range is 0 years to 99 years (median 50 years)
• There have been 569 positive tests at KHEL and 1,913 at private labs.
• 1,246 cases are female and 1,277 are male and 9 unknown.
KDHE anticipates seeing an increase in the next several days for areas in western Kansas due to the new testing strategies implemented. There may be delays with those county numbers being reflected in KDHE’s total due to the additional time it’s taking to enter the lab reports.
Rice County and Edwards County now each have one confirmed case. The number of confirmed cases in other areas counties: Barton 9, Ellis 8, Reno 16, Stafford 1. Counties with 100 or more cases: Ford 288, Johnson 403, Leavenworth 154, Lyon 105, Sedgwick 314, Seward 135 and Wyandotte 484.
Find more information online at coronavirus.kdheks.gov.