Kentucky's COVID-19 daily case count and positivity rate continues to decline.
Five Northern Kentucky counties counted 493 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases over Tuesday and Wednesday, as announced by the state.
From the Kentucky Department of Education:
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) is calling on education leaders across the state to take steps to combat a drop in college enrollment, especially in the aftermath of COVID-19.
Kentucky COVID-19 cases continue to decline and the state's positivity rate is the lowest it has been since November 10, Governor Andy Beshear said Monday.
There will soon be a new place to drive up and drive off with a hot cup of coffee in Ft. Wright, but developers are mum about which business will operate it.
From the Legislative Research Commission
Religious leaders from across Kentucky encouraged the state's residents to be vaccinated from COVID-19 in a video and news release from the Office of Governor Andy Beshear.
The Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington is one of the four newly announced regional COVID-19 vaccination sites, as announced by Governor Andy Beshear on Thursday.
A measure to discourage tenants from damaging rental properties during an eviction passed the Kentucky Senate Wednesday by a 28-8 vote.
A measure to strengthen the police decertification process in Kentucky advanced out of a Senate committee Thursday.
Legislation that would expand Kentuckians’ ability to opt out of mandatory vaccinations pass the state Senate Thursday by a 34-1-1 vote.
A bill to create a new, fully funded hybrid tier for the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System was approved by the Kentucky House of Representatives Thursday.
Kentucky recorded an additional 2,592 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, including 377 in five Northern Kentucky counties.
There is a lot of demand from potential contractors looking to work in the early stages of the redevelopment of the former IRS site in Covington.