On Monday, the total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kansas increased to 1,376, up by 39 from Sunday, marking a 3 percent increase. The number of deaths statewide, also increased by six to a total of 62. Total hospitalizations stood at 309. Meanwhile, testing continues, and as of Monday, 13,864 tests had been done, revealing a 9.9 percent positive rate according the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. That means that a little more than 90% of the tests are now coming back negative. There has still been just one confirmed case in Cowley County following 102 completed tests, meaning locally, just 1 percent of the tests prove positive… or in other words… 99% prove negative. In Oklahoma, there are now 2,069 positive cases statewide, marking an increase of 99 since Sunday, or a 5 percent increase there. In Oklahoma, the total number of deaths increased to 99 and there have been 457 hospitalizations. In Oklahoma as of Monday, there had been 22,511 tests completed… meaning that the percentage of negative tests in that state are proving to be pretty close to those in Kansas.