COVID-19 as of Monday, March 23
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reports as of 3 p.m. Monday, March 23, there are 82 positive, confirmed cases of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kansas.
That number includes one death each in Johnson and Wyandotte counties.
In addition, there were two positive cases of out-of-state residents reported, each in Ford and Miami counties.
March 20 numbers
44 cases: Johnson County, 23; Wyandotte County, 9; Leavenworth and Morris counties, 2 each; and one each in Butler, Cherokee, Douglas, Franklin, Jackson, Linn and Sedgwick counties.
March 19 numbers
34 cases: Johnson County, 16; Wyandotte County, 8; Leavenworth County, 2; Morris County, 2; and one each in Butler, Cherokee, Douglas, Franklin, Jackson and Linn counties.
March 18 numbers
21 cases: Johnson County, 11; Wyandotte County, 5; Leavenworth County, 2; and one each in Butler, Douglas and Franklin counties.
March 17 numbers:
16 cases: 10 in Johnson County, three in Wyandotte County and one each in Butler, Douglas and Franklin counties.
March 16 numbers
11 cases: eight in Johnson County, three in Wyandotte County and one each in Butler and Franklin counties.