Kentucky set another new record for positive COVID-19 cases confirmed in a single day.
Kentucky is set to receive an additional 53,800 initial doses of COVID-19 vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna next week, in addition to the 57,000 expected this week.
Of the twenty-six newly reported COVID-19 deaths in Kentucky on Monday, fifteen were from Northern Kentucky counties.
Five former governors and their spouses, and leadership within the General Assembly received a COVID-19 vaccination on Monday in the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort.
The Kentucky Democratic Party released a poll on Monday showing strong statewide, bipartisan support for Governor Andy Beshear overall and for his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in the commonwea
More than a thousand newly confirmed positive COVID-19 cases were reported across five Northern Kentucky counties since Thursday as the state recorded more than 11,500 during the same
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Kentucky saw its highest number of positive COVID-19 cases in recent days, with more than 3,700 reported. The state's positivity rate ticked back above 9%, as well.
Tens of thousands of dead voters have been removed from Kentucky's voter rolls this year, Secretary of State Michael G. Adams announced.
Kentucky State Auditor Mike Harmon and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 the Republican announced Wednesday, two days after he and other state officials received a coronavirus vaccine.
Kentucky's COVID-19 positivity rate is back above 8 percent Tuesday after dropping below it slightly on Monday.
Kentucky's voter rolls saw an increase in those registered in the first week of October and throughout November when compared to the same time periods last year.
Kentucky recorded an additional 6,818 newly confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 from Thursday through Sunday, Governor Andy Beshear's office reported.
There will be limited reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic from the state through the upcoming Christmas and New Year holidays.
Governor Andy Beshear encouraged Kentuckians to keep holiday gatherings small.