COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES: Missouri announces more than 600 new COVID-19 cases Friday - KMBC Kansas City
Jun 19, 2021 8 mins, 25 secs
-- The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported an increase of 196 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in its first update since Wednesday, pushing the statewide total to 316,539 since the outbreak started.

Johnson County is the county with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases since the start of the outbreak with 59,550 cases.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 518,188 on Friday, which is an increase of 679 cases.

An estimated 41.8% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 40%, Clay County is at 33.8%, Cass County is at 34.2% and Platte County is at 29.2%.

The state reported there have been 2,628 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 375 cases a day.

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,856 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,567 cases in Jackson County.

The state also lists 8,498 cases in Clay County, 7,844 in Cass County and 3,352 in Platte County.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 517,509 on Thursday, which is an increase of 482 cases.

The state also reported there have been 90,937 (+242) possible antigen cases to date.

The state said there have now been 9,227 (+3) deaths since the start of the outbreak.

The state said it has administered 4,775,854 vaccine doses, 2,655,249 people have initiated vaccination (or received one dose) and 2,280,298 people have received a second dose.

An estimated 41.7% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.9%, Clay County is at 33.7%, Cass County is at 34.1% and Platte County is at 29.1%.

The state reported there have been 2,531 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 362 cases a day.

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,833 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,535 cases in Jackson County.

The state also lists 8,487 cases in Clay County, 7,836 in Cass County and 3,346 in Platte County.

-- The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported an increase of 329 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in its first update since Monday, pushing the statewide total to 316,343 since the outbreak started.

The state also said it has vaccinated 1,265,138 people, 2,278,005 total doses of the vaccine have been administered and 43.4% of the population has been vaccinated with one dose and 37.4% have completed vaccination.

Johnson County is the county with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases since the start of the outbreak with 59,514 cases.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 517,027 on Wednesday, which is an increase of 586 cases.

The state also reported there have been 90,695 (+271) possible antigen cases to date.

The state said there have now been 9,224 (+2) deaths since the start of the outbreak.

An estimated 41.6% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.9%, Clay County is at 33.6%, Cass County is at 34% and Platte County is at 29.1%.

The state reported there have been 2,512 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 359 cases a day.

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,812 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,524 cases in Jackson County.

The state also lists 8,483 cases in Clay County, 7,833 in Cass County and 3,346 in Platte County.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 516,441 on Tuesday, which is an increase of 384 cases.

An estimated 41.5% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.8%, Clay County is at 33.6%, Cass County is at 34% and Platte County is at 29%.

The state reported there have been 2,218 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 317 cases a day.

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,787 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,504 cases in Jackson County.

The state also lists 8,477 cases in Clay County, 7,829 in Cass County and 3,346 in Platte County.

-- The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported an increase of 245 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in its first update since last Friday, pushing the statewide total to 316,014 since the outbreak started.

Johnson County is the county with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases since the start of the outbreak with 59,450 cases.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 516,057 on Monday, which is an increase of 227 cases.

An estimated 41.3% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.7%, Clay County is at 33.5%, Cass County is at 33.8% and Platte County is at 28.9%.

The state reported there have been 2,122 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 303 cases a day.

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,762 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,494 cases in Jackson County.

The state also lists 8,468 cases in Clay County, 7,825 in Cass County and 3,345 in Platte County.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 515,830 on Sunday, which is an increase of 267 cases.

The state also reported there have been 90,154 (+293) possible antigen cases to date.

The state said there have now been 9,196 (+0) deaths since the start of the outbreak.

The state said it has administered 4,711,90 vaccine doses, 2,632,802 people have initiated vaccination (or received one dose) and 2,236,568 people have received a second dose.

An estimated 41.3% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.6%, Clay County is at 33.4%, Cass County is at 33.8% and Platte County is at 28.9%.

The state reported there have been 2,156 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 308 cases a day.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 515,563 on Saturday, which is an increase of 407 cases.

The state said it has administered 4,690,569 vaccine doses, 2,624,863 people have initiated vaccination (or received one dose) and 2,222,290 people have received a second dose.

An estimated 41.1% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.5%, Clay County is at 33.3%, Cass County is at 33.7% and Platte County is at 28.8%.

The state reported there have been 2,170 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 310 cases a day.

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,738 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,486 cases in Jackson County.

The state also lists 8,468 cases in Clay County, 7,822 in Cass County and 3,344 in Platte County.

-- The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported an increase of 269 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in its first update since Wednesday, pushing the statewide total to 315,769 since the outbreak started.

The state also said it has vaccinated 1,256,888 people, 2,254,466 total doses of the vaccine have been administered and 43.1% of the population has been vaccinated with one dose and 36.8% have completed vaccination.

Johnson County is the county with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases since the start of the outbreak with 59,411 cases.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 515,156 on Friday, which is an increase of 438 cases.

The state also reported there have been 89,861 (+199) possible antigen cases to date.

An estimated 41% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.4%, Clay County is at 33.3%, Cass County is at 33.6% and Platte County is at 28.7%.

The state reported there have been 2,149 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 307 cases a day.

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,716 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,476 cases in Jackson County.

The state also lists 8,464 cases in Clay County, 7,822 in Cass County and 3,342 in Platte County.

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 514,718 on Thursday, which is an increase of 482 cases.

An estimated 40.8% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.3%, Clay County is at 33.1%, Cass County is at 33.4% and Platte County is at 28.6%.

The state reported there have been 2,155 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 308 cases a day.

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,694 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,460 cases in Jackson County.

The state also lists 8,455 cases in Clay County, 7,819 in Cass County and 3,342 in Platte County.

-- The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported an increase of 401 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in its first update since Monday, pushing the statewide total to 315,500 since the outbreak started

Johnson County is the county with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases since the start of the outbreak with 59,373 cases

-- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced the state’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 514,236 on Wednesday, which is an increase of 378 cases

The state said there have now been 9,193 (+4) deaths since the start of the outbreak

The state said it has administered 4,633,414 vaccine doses, 2,602,226 people have initiated vaccination (or received one dose) and 2,185,384 people have received a second dose

An estimated 40.6% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39.1%, Clay County is at 33%, Cass County is at 33.4% and Platte County is at 28.5%

The state reported there have been 1,864 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 266 cases a day

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,678 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,451 cases in Jackson County

The state also lists 8,450 cases in Clay County, 7,816 in Cass County and 3,340 in Platte County

An estimated 40.5% of Kansas City residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while Jackson County is at 39%, Clay County is at 32.9%, Cass County is at 33.3% and Platte County is at 28.4%

The state reported there have been 1,783 positive cases over the last seven days and an average of 255 cases a day – a large jump from Monday

Looking at local numbers, the DHSS reported 39,664 confirmed cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and 32,429 cases in Jackson County

The state also lists 8,442 cases in Clay County, 7,808 in Cass County and 3,336 in Platte County


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