COVID-19 numbers from Washburn and the state of Kansas

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COVID-19 numbers provided by Washburn University
This information comes from https://washburn.edu/student-life/health-safety/covid-reporting.html

Current COVID-19 numbers at Washburn University (note: these numbers are updated every Monday by the university).

Reported total new positive tests (Sep. 6 – Sep. 12): 4
Total new quarantined/isolated (Sep. 6 – Sep. 12): 15
Total clusters* (Sep. 6 – Sep. 12): 0

*Clusters are defined as five or more confirmed cases of COVID-19 originating from the same source or event

As of 9/15 Washburn University is allowing inside events and outside events to a max of 25 people (limited to Washburn Students/Faculty/Staff only).

Numbers from around the state of Kansas provided by the Reno County Health Department (http://reno.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/dfaef27aede1414b89abf393b2ccb994)

Total Kansas Positive Cases (as of Sep. 15): 49,357
Total Kansas Deaths (as of Sep. 15): 557
Total Kansas Recovery Cases (as of Sep. 15): 36,416

Hot sports around the state.

Douglas County: 1,895 cases | 10 deaths | 1,895 recovered
Finney County: 1,969 cases | 12 deaths | 1,858 recovered
Ford County: 2,409 cases | 10 deaths | 2,069 recovered
Johnson County: 9,545 cases | 138 deaths | 6,710 recovered
Leavenworth County: 1,820 cases | 9 deaths | 1,695 recovered
Riley County: 1,374 cases | 8 deaths | 719 recovered
Shawnee County: 2,460 cases | 27 deaths | 1,955 recovered
Sedgwick County: 7,695 cases | 69 deaths | 4,672 recovered
Seward County: 1,516 cases | 5 deaths | 1,320 recovered
Wyandotte County: 6,400 cases | 128 deaths | 4,876 recovered

COVID-19 symptoms: If you or someone you know is experiencing any of these symptoms please call Student Health Services at (785) 670-1470.

Fever above 100.3 F and/or chills or feeling hot (if no thermometer available)
Sore throat
New cough not related to a chronic condition
Runny/stuffy nose, nasal congestion (not related to allergies or relieved by antihistamines)
Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath
Diarrhea with or without respiratory symptoms
Nausea and/or vomiting
Headache unrelated to a chronic condition
Fatigue
Muscle aches
Loss of sense of smell or taste
New rash/skin changes or COVID-19 toes
Pink eye

Edited by Jason M. 9-15-20 6:46 p.m.