TAKE A LOOK: COVID-19 in Riley County by the numbers on Nov. 16

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(Infographic by Kaylie McLaughlin | Collegian Media Group)

The Riley County Health Department reported 180 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the local total to 2,987. This is the largest increase in new cases documented in the community since the summer.

People 18 to 24-years-old make up about 65 percent of all positive cases recorded locally — about 1,900 of the unique cases.

Of the nine active COVID-19 outbreaks in the county right now, five are K-State related. The list of ongoing outbreaks are as follows:

  • Alpha of Clovia – seven cases, no recoveries, no deaths
  • Beta Sigma Psi – five cases, no recoveries, no deaths
  • Alpha Chi Omega — five cases, no recoveries, no deaths
  • Creche Daycare – seven cases, no recoveries, no deaths
  • K-State football – 12 cases, 66 recoveries, no deaths
  • K-State track and field – 22 cases, five recoveries, no deaths
  • Leonardville Nursing Home – 13 cases, five recoveries, one death
  • Via Christi Village – no cases, five recoveries, one death
  • 10/17 Wedding – two cases, 40 recoveries, no deaths

In all, 2,422 people who previously tested positive for COVID-19 are recovered, leaving 551 active cases.

(Infographic by Kaylie McLaughlin | Collegian Media Group)
(Infographic by Kaylie McLaughlin | Collegian Media Group)

Riley County reported a 9.1 percent positivity rate for the week of Nov. 1, a slight decrease from the previous week. The most recent report from Kansas State showed an on-campus positivity rate surpassing 10 percent.

There are 11 positive patients currently hospitalized at Ascension Via Christi in Manhattan, three of whom are currently in intensive care. An additional two possible positive individuals are hospitalized and in intensive care.

Riley County reported a 9.1 percent positivity rate for the week of Nov. 1, a slight decrease from the previous week. The most recent report from Kansas State showed an on-campus positivity rate surpassing 10 percent.

Since Aug. 17, the first day of classes at Kansas State, the county has added more than 2,400 new cases of COVID-19.

Up-to-date information about pending negative tests is unavailable at this time.

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Kaylie Mclaughlin
My name is Kaylie McLaughlin and I'm the managing editor and audience engagement manager of the Collegian. Previously, I've been the editor-in-chief and the news editor. In the past, I have also contributed to the Royal Purple Yearbook and KKSU-TV. Off-campus, you can find my bylines in the Wichita Eagle, the Shawnee Mission Post and KSNT News. I grew up just outside of Kansas City in Shawnee, Kansas. I’m a senior in digital journalism with a minor in French and a secondary focus in international and area studies. As a third-generation K-Stater, I bleed purple and my goal is to serve the Wildcat community with accurate coverage.