477 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 were announced in Kentucky on Wednesday by Governor Andy Beshear on Wednesday, bringing the state's total to 20,677.
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272 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky were announced Monday by Governor Andy Beshear. That brings the state's total to 19.653 since the pandemic began.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear received high marks in a new poll about his handling of COVID-19, but the news arrived around the same time that the state Court of Appeals upheld a lower court rulin
Another 277 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 were announced in Kentucky on Sunday by Governor Andy Beshear.
From the Kentucky Department of Education
From the Kentucky Department of Education's Kentucky Teacher publication.
453 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were announced in Kentucky on Saturday by Governor Andy Beshear.
426 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 across Kentucky were announced by Governor Andy Beshear on Friday, the highest single-day total since the pandemic began, when not counting an earlier date in
Governor Andy Beshear issued an executive order on Thursday that calls for the wearing of face coverings in many situations across Kentucky for the next thirty days.
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402 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky were announced Wednesday by Governor Andy Beshear who added that new requirements will be unveiled during Thursday's live news conference.
Most new laws approved during this year’s regular session of the Kentucky General Assembly will go into effect on Wednesday, July 15.
Kentucky recorded the highest total of confirmed COVID-19 cases in a single day since the pandemic began.
Nine additional COVID-19-related deaths were reported in Kentucky on Thursday, including an 81-year old man from Gallatin County.