Kansas has now entered in an "endemic" COVID-19 response. The goal is to recover as much normalcy as we can but understand we all must work together to ensure safety, health, and preparedness for future infection surges. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) COVID-19 Response Team has followed up Kingman County's COVID-19 cases since early 2022, prioritizing the higher-risk cases, like those people living and working in congregate situations and in certain age groups. Universal case investigation is no longer being done. COVID-19 is here to stay, and we do have more resources in place now to prevent serious illness and deaths. The COVID-19 isolation and quarantine link on the main health department page highlights the most current guidelines.