From the Kentucky Department of Education:
Four additional confirmed cases of COVID-19/coronavirus were confirmed in Northern Kentucky on Tuesday, along with the third virus-related death.
Governor Andy Beshear ordered new restrictions on out-of-state travel on Monday while the Northern Kentucky Health Department confirmed 37 cases of coronavirus/COVID-19 in Boone, Campbell, Grant, a
From the Office of Governor Andy Beshear:
Northern Kentucky Health Department on Saturday announced the region's first COVID-19-related death.
Four additional cases of coronavirus/COVID-19 were confirmed in Northern Kentucky on Friday bringing the region's total to 23.
UPDATE: Rep. Thomas Massie issued a response on Twitter and this story has been updated to include his remarks.
From the Office of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) notified all Kentucky public school superintendents on Tuesday that K-PREP testing for the 2019-2020 school year has been canceled.
There are now twelve confirmed cases of coronavirus/COVID-19 in Northern Kentucky.
The Northern Kentucky Convention Center is accommodating the region's homeless population during the coronavirus/COVID-19 global pandemic.
There are now ten confirmed cases of coronavirus/COVID-19 in Northern Kentucky, with eight in Kenton County, and one each in Campbell and Boone counties, the Northern Kentucky Health Department ann
In his daily briefing on the coronavirus/COVID-19, Governor Andy Beshear announced the latest societal restrictions: non-essential retail businesses are to close at 8 p.m. on Monday.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul has tested positive for coronavirus/COVID-19, his office announced on Sunday.
There are now four confirmed cases of novel coronavirus/COVID-19 in Kenton County.