Editor's note: Effective March 12, 2021, after more than a year of daily updates, we transitioned to weekly updates on Friday evenings. Effective May 31, 2021, we transitioned to monthly updates and effective April 1, 2022, we will discontinue updating this tracker. The data below represents cases and deaths reported by state and local health departments through March 31, 2022.
KC metro COVID-19 cases: 454,114
KC metro COVID-19 deaths: 4,872
*Note: Cases in Kansas City, Missouri, are divided into whether the resident lived in Jackson, Clay, Platte or Cass counties based on KCMO Health Department data.
Missouri COVID-19 cases: 1,237,672
Missourians who've completed COVID-19 vaccinations: 3,415,985
Kansas COVID-19 cases: 773,748
Kansans who've completed COVID-19 vaccinations: 1,774,715
COVID-19 deaths in Kansas and Missouri: 25,842
Cumulative cases in Kansas and Missouri, including Kansas City: 2,011,420
Dig deeper into the data about the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact locally with this series of illustrations that help make sense of the numbers reported by state and local health departments.
As of April 1, 2022, the latest data from Johns Hopkins Hospital indicates 80,201,950 cases of COVID-19 in the United States with 982,496 deaths.
There have been 1,237,672 COVID-19 cases reported in Missouri, including 17,428 deaths, through the end of March 2022.
Note: Independence and Kansas City, Missouri, cases and deaths are reported separate from Jackson County and included at the bottom of this table. Positive cases and deaths reported by the Joplin Health Department are included with the Jasper County Health Department figures.
There are 773,748 confirmed COVID-19 patients in Kansas, including 8,414 deaths, through the end of March 2022.
Methodology: Our team compiles this data using sources that include city and county health departments as well as the state health departments in Kansas and Missouri. Figures reported by the state may vary from the city and county health department totals, which often release information more frequently and sooner than the state dashboards reflect.