June 22, 2022 Update

Riley County has a HIGH incidence rate of 102.4 cases per 100,000 people according to the KDHE COVID-19 data dashboard. KDHE reported 76 new cases for the week of June 11-17. 

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New cases:


Total cases since the start of the pandemic:


Death total for Riley County residents:


COVID-19 DATA Dashboard

For Riley County data and trends, please visit the KDHE COVID-19 Dashboard. Scroll down or use the navigation tabs to locate specific data.

Find historic data for Riley County March 2020 - April 2022

  1. Report At-Home COVID Test Results
  2. FAQ

The Riley County Health Department is asking Riley County, Kansas residents to voluntarily report the results (positive or negative) of their COVID-19 at-home antigen tests. Test results will be used to give RCHD staff a better understanding of the spread of COVID-19 in the community. 

Contact tracing will NOT be conducted on any of the test results reported to RCHD. Information submitted by residents will be stored in a secure database that is HIPPA protected.

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