Cowley County remained at just one known case of COVID-19 as of 11 a.m. Sunday, according the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

The City-Cowley County Health Department did not update its website or Facebook page on Sunday. The statistics continue to show that 69 tests have been performed with 63 negative, one positive and five results pending.

Statewide on Sunday, Kansas added 49 cases for a total of 747, a 7 percent increase over Saturday. That is a relatively low percent increase since the pandemic began in mid-March, according to a data on the state department's website. Sedgwick County reached 108 cases.

There have been 183 hospitalizations across the state and 22 deaths; 7,476 negative tests have been recorded.

Kay County, Okla., added one case on Sunday and now stands at 30. Statewide the Oklahoma count is 1,252, an 8 percent increase, which is also low compared to previous days.

The following is a county-by-county breakdown of known virus cases in Kansas as of 11 a.m. Sunday, provided by KDHE.

Atchison 1

Barton 3

Bourbon 3

Butler 8

Chautauqua 3 

Cherokee 5

Clay 1

Cloud 1

Coffey 24

Cowley 1

Crawford 4

Doniphan 1

Douglass 33

Finney 10

Ford 1

Franklin 9

Geary 2

Gove 1

Greenwood 1

Harvey 2

Jackson 1

Jefferson 2

Jewell 1

Johnson 192

Labette 4

Leavenworth 36

Linn 5

Lyon 23

Marion 2

McPherson 9

Mitchell 2

Montgomery 6

Morris 2

Neosho 1

Osage 3

Osborne 2

Ottawa 3

Pottawatomie 2

Pratt 1

Reno 9

Republic 1

Riley 12

Saline 5

Sedgwick 108

Shawnee 31

Stafford 1

Stevens 1

Sumner 2

Wabaunsee 1

Woodson 3

Wyandotte 149

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