With a significant rise in COVID-19 cases in the region, the Northern Kentucky Health Department issued a call to action on Friday.
Kenton and Campbell counties are now officially classified as being in the "red zone" in Kentucky's color-coded system describing the severity of the spread of COVID-19.
Kenton, Campbell, Boone, and Grant counties moved closer to being classified as "red zone" counties as COVID-19 cases continue to rise here and across the state.
Northern Kentucky counties recorded 149 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and saw their case incidence rate tick up on Tuesday in Governor Andy Beshear's daily report.
Fifty-five Kentucky counties received new recommendations as "red zone" counties related to the spread of COVID-19, Governor Andy Beshear announced as coronavirus cases continue to increase across
Kentucky set a new record for newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in a week with 9,335 over the past seven days.
"Frightening" was the word used by Governor Andy Beshear on Saturday to describe the state's daily COVID-19 case count.
Governor Andy Beshear warned on Friday that facial coverings are crucial to slow the rise in COVID-19 cases in Kentucky.
The number of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in Northern Kentucky has the district health director concerned about where the region is headed.
Northern Kentucky is now seeing its own spike in COVID-19 cases with 177 newly confirmed cases of the coronavirus over the past two days.
Kentucky is beginning to prepare for a fall and winter surge in COVID-19 cases, Governor Andy Beshear said Tuesday, as the state saw another "grim" daily update on the coronavirus.
The highest COVID-19 case total on a Monday in Kentucky was announced by Governor Andy Beshear.
From Friday through Sunday, Kentucky saw 3,426 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19, Governor Andy Beshear announced.
Over the summer, lawmakers on the Child Welfare Oversight and Advisory Committee expressed concern over reported incidences of child abuse and child abuse court cases.
Governor Andy Beshear said Thursday that the daily COVID-19 update was "not good news."