September 28, 2022 Update

Riley County has a MODERATE incidence rate of 24.2 cases per 100,000 people according to the KDHE COVID-19 data dashboard. KDHE reported 18 new cases for the week of September 17 - 23.

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New cases:


Total cases as of September 28:


Death total for Riley County residents:


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Free nasal swab PCR testing is available in the RCHD mobile lab trailer and made possible by KDHE.

Same day appointments are available but must be scheduled at least 2 hours in advance. Appointments are available a maximum of 5 days in advance. 

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Isolation and Exposure Calculator

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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

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