Kearny County COVID-19 Public Risk Level Guidelines

To learn more about COVID-19 vaccines, please click here.

To learn more about vaccines at Kearny County Hospital, visit our Vaccine Hub.

As of 9/1/21 Letter from Dr. Miller on current conditions in the community. Click here.

As of 5/18/21 Letter from Dr. Miller on current conditions in the community. Information on the Pfizer vaccine is also in this document.  Click here.

As of 05/04/21- Letter from Dr. Miller on current conditions in the community. We are staying steady! Click here.

As of 04/06/21- Letter from Dr. Miller on current conditions in the community. We are making progress! Click here.

As of 03/09/21- Letter from Dr. Miller on current conditions in the community. Click here.

As of 03/02/21- Letter from Dr. Miller on current conditions in the community. Click here.

As of 02/02/21- Letter from Dr. Miller on the continuing trends. Click here.

UPDATE UPDATE As of 01/26/21 Letter from Dr. Miller on phase 2 recipients of the vaccine. Click here.

As of 12/22/20 Letter from Dr. Miller on the vaccine. Click here.

As of 12/8/20- Letter from Dr. Miller to the community. Click here.

As of 11/19/20- County update on masks. Click here.

As of 11/11/20- Pandemic update letter for the holidays. Please click here.

Letter from Dr. Miller as of 11/3/2020. Please click here.

As of 10/16/20, Kearny County is currently at COVID-19 Public Risk Level 4. Please continue to follow recommended precautions by local and county health providers. Read a statement from Dr. Drew Miller, Kearny County Hospital’s Chief of Staff and Kearny County Health Officer, on this latest update.

As of 10/15/20, due to the increase in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths related to COVID-19, the county has passed a resolution with two requirements:

  1. Limitation of mass gatherings to 25% of an indoor facility’s set occupancy limit.
  2. Requirement of mask or other face covering for all indoor public properties within the county.

Click here to read the official resolution from the Board of County Commissioners in Kearny County, Kansas.

As of 04/12/21, Kearny County is currently at COVID-19 Public Risk Level 1. Please continue to follow recommended precautions by local and county health providers, including:

  1. Wash your hands
  2. Wear a mask
  3. Watch your distance
  4. Sign up with your local health department to get the vaccine.