TOPEKA, KS (KCTV) -- UPDATE: KCTV5 News checked at 9 p.m. and found that additional cases had been added throughout the day that would not have been included in the totals announced earlier today.
As of Friday night, there are at least 209 cases in Kansas.
There were four additional cases in Douglas County, two in Franklin County, and one at Fort Leavenworth.
The previous numbers from the afternoon hours are below.
According to the official data from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, there are just over 200 cases in the state now.
According to the KDHE's daily update and county-by-county map, there are 202 cases in the state of Kansas.
They said 105 of them are female and 97 are male.
There has been a total of four deaths in the state.
Also, there has been a total of 3,229 people whose test results came back negative for COVID-19.
According to the daily public update, there are 66 cases in Johnson County and 43 in Wyandotte.
On Thursday evening, the total number of cases in Kansas was 168.
The official document can be viewed here.
On the other side of the state line, there are 670 cases in Missouri.