COVID-19 numbers from Washburn and the state of Kansas: Updated 11/4/2020


This information comes from Washburn Student Health. The current COVID-19 numbers at Washburn University are updated by Washburn every Monday.
Reported total new positive tests (Oct. 25 – Oct.31): 8 (-5 from last time)
Total new quarantined/isolated (Oct. 25 – Oct.31): 19 (-9 from last time)
Total clusters* (Oct. 25 – Oct.31): 0 (-1 from last time)
*Clusters are defined as five or more confirmed cases of COVID-19 originating from the same source or event


Numbers from around the state of Kansas provided by the Reno County Health Department.
Total Kansas Positive Cases (as of Nov. 4): 85,757
Total Kansas Deaths (as of Nov. 4): 1,057
Total Kansas Recovery Cases (as of Nov. 4): 65,427 (20,330 Kansans still positive with COVID-19)
Hot spots around the state.
Douglas County*: 3,051 cases | 19 deaths | 2,707 recovered | 344 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Lawrence
Finney County*: 3,228 cases | 20 deaths | 2,520 recovered | 708 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Garden City
Ford County*: 3,240 cases | 13 deaths | 2,106 recovered | 1,134 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Dodge City
Johnson County*: 15,340 cases | 219 deaths | 11,681 recovered | 3,659 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Olathe
Leavenworth County*: 2,648 cases | 20 deaths | 2,390 recovered | 258 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Leavenworth
Riley County*: 2,251 cases | 11 deaths | 2,066 recovered | 185 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Manhattan
Shawnee County*: 3,866 cases | 85 deaths | 2,607 recovered | 1,259 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Topeka
Sedgwick County*: 12,816 cases | 133 deaths | 8,553 recovered | 4,263 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Wichita
Seward County*: 2,200 cases | 13 deaths | 1,879 recovered | 321 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Liberal
Wyandotte County*: 8,508 cases | 165 deaths | 6,835 recovered | 1,673 still positive for COVID-19
*Largest city: Kansas City


COVID-19 symptoms:
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
Muscle aches
Loss of sense of smell or taste
New rash/skin changes or COVID-19 toes
Pink eye
If you or someone you know is experiencing any of these symptoms please call Student Health Services at (785) 670-1470. Also if you need to self-report, please contact Student Health Services of any possible exposure or symptoms by calling their office number or by emailing them at [email protected] or you can fill out the self-reporting form and if you’re a student living in the dorms, you can report your possible exposure or symptoms to Residential Living (note links).