As of today, while the confirmed number of coronavirus cases here in Kansas continues to rise, reaching 98 as of Tuesday afternoon, so far, there have been no cases reported in Cowley County. In Kay County, Oklahoma, the number remained at five. According to CDC guidelines, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms… that is, a fever of 100.4 degrees or greater and lower respiratory symptoms including cough or shortness of breath… who are not a high priority for testing should self-isolate for seven days after the symptoms started, or for 72 hours after the fever resolves without fever-reducing medication. In Oklahoma., the total cases of Covid-19 jumped to 106 as of Tuesday afternoon. Most were in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas. The 98 cases in Kansas are an increase of 16 cases from the previous day’s 82.