Data & Dashboards
This dashboard is your one-stop shop for up-to-date, Clay County data regarding COVID-19 cases and testing. It includes cases by city, zip code, age, sex and race. Also find the daily tracker, isolation statuses, testing data and more.
JurisdictionsResidents of Kansas City - even those that live in Clay County - are reported under the Kansas City, Missouri Health Department. Some KCMO data is included on the Clay County dashboard to provide a clearer picture of Clay County as a whole.
All sections of the dashboard indicate whether they include KCMO residents or not so please read carefully. "Clay County Public Health Center Jurisdiction" means the data does not include KCMO residents but does include residents of Gladstone, Excelsior Springs, Kearney, Liberty, North Kansas City, Smithville, and other Clay Counties cities and areas.
To see the KCMO COVID-19 data in full, visit the city's website.
Find More Data
- Kansas City Region: Mid-America Regional Council (MARC)
- Missouri: Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (MODHSS)
- Missouri Projections: IHME
- United States: Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- World: Johns Hopkins
COVID-19 is one of many diseases in Missouri that must be reported to the local public heath department upon discovery or suspicion. When notified that someone who lives in our jurisdiction is infected with one of these diseases, the Clay County Public Health Center epidemiology staff works hard to do contact tracing.
Contact tracing involves a staff member talking with the person who, in this case, tests positive for COVID-19. They talk about who the person may have come into close contact with while infectious and if there were precautions taken that could have prevented spreading the disease to others.
Anyone who is identified as a close contact is:
- Called by public health
- Notified of their potential exposure
- Asked to monitor their symptoms in case they become ill
- Given any additional guidance and support they need
When data is more accurate, officials can make better and more informed decisions. For public health, this means we can more accurately predict when it is safe to move forward into another recovery step or, if necessary, put stay-at-home measures back in place.
Have more questions about contact tracing? Find more info at One for All Missouri or Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
The following terms used on the dashboard have specific criteria or may not always be familiar to everyone. Here is how they are defined and used by Clay County Public Health Center:
Released from Isolation*
- For Symptomatic Individuals: at least 10 days have passed since symptom onset OR 10 days after discharge for individuals who have been hospitalized; AND cases have been fever-free for at least 3 days (if applicable); AND respiratory symptoms are improving
- For Asymptomatic Individuals: cases have completed their required isolation period which is 10 days past test date.
- For Individuals we are unable to locate or who are lost to follow up: more than 30 days have passed since symptom onset and no death reports have been received from vital records
The percentage of tests that are confirmed positives over the total number of tests conducted.
*Some terms and their definitions are not standardized by the CDC or state. In these cases, these are the definitions as determined by Clay County Public Health Center. They may vary between jurisdictions and so may not be directly comparable.
For even more definitions of coronavirus-related terms, click here.