Local COVID-19 numbers for Tuesday, April 7

Here are the local COVID-19 numbers for Tuesday, April 7, 2020:

Kansas, with a total population of more than 2.9 million people, has 900 positive cases of the virus, up 6.5% from Monday.

Among those tested in the state, 90.5% have tested negative for the coronavirus, and 9.5% positive. The state says nearly one-third of cases have required hospitalization; about 0.3% of Kansas residents have been tested.

45% of the state's positive cases are coming from Johnson and Wyandotte counties in northeast Kansas.

There have been 223 hospitalizations for the virus in Kansas, up 12.6% from Monday.

Two more patients died from the virus since Monday, bringing the state's total to 27 deaths. Among the cases in Kansas, 2.8% have resulted in death.

Sedgwick County now has 134 positive cases, up 8% from Monday. There has been one COVID-19 death in Sedgwick County; among the cases in Sedgwick County, 0.7% have resulted in death.