WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — The state of Kansas is getting close to having one million people vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine.

Since Friday morning, another 27,600 Kansans have received the first dose of vaccine. It brings the total to 995,616, or 34.2% of the state’s population.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says 19.9% of the population has completed getting their vaccinations, either through two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or with one dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

The KDHE releases the vaccine and coronavirus case updates each Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Out of 3,935 people tested, 483 came back as positive for the coronavirus over the weekend.

There have been 20 new hospitalizations linked to COVID-19 since Friday. The state does not track recoveries.

The state’s death toll linked to COVID-19 decreased by 8. The KDHE did not explain the decrease this time. In previous news releases, it has said that officials reviewed the deaths and found that COVID-19 was not the main cause or contributing cause of death.

County Confirmed Weekly Doses
Allen 1,229 100
Anderson 831 100
Atchison 1,580 300
Barber 369
Barton 2,596
Bourbon 1,366
Brown 1,233 100
Butler 7,421
Chase 251
Chautauqua 265
Cherokee 2,439
Cheyenne 360
Clark 248
Clay 792 300
Cloud 975 100
Coffey 724 300
Comanche 167
Cowley 3,904
Crawford 4,672
Decatur 264
Dickinson 1,721 290
Doniphan 964
Douglas 8,637 3,860
Edwards 259
Elk 178 100
Ellis 3,726
Ellsworth 1,216 100
Finney 5,369 900
Ford 5,720 200
Franklin 2,507 400
Geary 3,225 500
Gove 385
Graham 263 100
Grant 936 100
Gray 559
Greeley 104
Greenwood 553
Hamilton 202 100
Harper 617
Harvey 3,565 300
Haskell 417
Hodgeman 210
Jackson 1,395
Jefferson 1,689
Jewell 208
Johnson 56,806 20,440
Kearny 566 100
Kingman 747 200
Kiowa 237
Labette 2,716 100
Lane 126
Leavenworth 7,111 100
Lincoln 262
Linn 793
Logan 292
Lyon 4,225 800
Marion 1,048
Marshall 1,078
McPherson 3,218 400
Meade 503 100
Miami 2,688 700
Mitchell 561
Montgomery 3,408 700
Morris 573 100
Morton 254
Nemaha 1,503
Neosho 1,784 100
Ness 369
Norton 1,205
Osage 1,215 300
Osborne 289
Ottawa 549
Pawnee 1,147
Phillips 711
Pottawatomie 1,866
Pratt 811
Rawlins 298 100
Reno 8,390 300
Republic 660
Rice 1,067 100
Riley 5,849 2,100
Rooks 655
Rush 431
Russell 855 300
Saline 6,121 600
Scott 577
Sedgwick 55,198 13,870
Seward 3,841
Shawnee 17,111 6,510
Sheridan 432
Sherman 618
Smith 269 100
Stafford 338
Stanton 184
Stevens 558
Sumner 2,119 200
Thomas 1,092
Trego 406
Wabaunsee 671
Wallace 176
Washington 532 100
Wichita 216
Wilson 990
Woodson 216
Wyandotte 19,877 6,180
Dundy, NE 178  
Furnas, NE 498  
Hitchcock, NE 254  
Red Willow, NE 1,204  
Beaver, OK 460  
Harper, OK 412  
Kay, OK 5,259  
Texas, OK 3,491  

County coronavirus cases updated: April 12, 2021
Weekly doses updated April 12, 2021
Sources:
Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Oklahoma State Department of Health



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