CDC: Kansas now 38th in nation for most COVID-19 vaccine doses administered per capita
Kansas saw 606 new COVID-19 cases, five new deaths and 46 new hospitalizations between Wednesday and Friday.
Overall, the state has seen 299,500 cases and 4,840 deaths from the coronavirus over the course of the pandemic.
The number of ICU beds in Kansas being used for COVID-19 patients have been steadily declining, with only 33 such beds as of Thursday.
The number of COVID-19 clusters remain at an all-time low, with only three as of Friday. A long-term care facility in Wamego, an aerospace business in Wichita and a private business in Hesston have each had at least five cases within the past two weeks.
On the vaccine front, around 22% of Kansans have been vaccinated with at least one dose, with a total of nearly 968,000 doses administered.
The state has jumped in the rankings of most doses administered per capita after languishing near the bottom. Kansas, as of Friday, is now 38th in the nation, at 34,251 doses administered per 100,000 people.