Kentucky recorded a total of 814 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and Sunday with 84 of them in five Northern Kentucky counties.
There were 607 new COVID-19 cases reported in Kentucky on Friday including 53 in five Northern Kentucky counties: 28 in Kenton, 19 in Boone, 4 in Campbell, and 1 each in Grant and Pendleton.
More Kentucky voters were removed from the state's rolls than added for the fourth consecutive month, Secretary of State Michael G. Adams said Friday.
Kentucky recorded 628 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday and five new deaths. Forty of the new cases were spread across five Northern Kentucky counties, and a 70-year old man from Boone Co.
Kentucky Secretary of State Michael G.
Kentucky recorded 785 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, including 80 in Northern Kentucky: 48 in Boone Co., 21 in Kenton Co., 9 in Campbell Co., and 2 in Pendleton Co.
Kentucky counted 609 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, including 47 in five Northern Kentucky counties.
There were 17 in Kenton Co., 15 in Boone Co., 13 in Campbell Co., and 2 in Grant Co.
Kentucky recorded a total of 874 new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, with 599 new cases on Saturday and 275 on Sunday.
Kentucky recorded 714 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, including 48 across five Northern Kentucky counties.
The City of Florence is close to annexing more than 270 acres that formerly made up the area known as Marydale and that are now hoped to be turned into a mixed-use development.
Governor Andy Beshear said Thursday that the state is 877,076 vaccinations away from his goal of having 2.5 million Kentucky residents receiving at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare administered its 100,000th COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday as Governor Andy Beshear watched at the hospital's Training and Education Center in Erlanger.
A 62-year old Boone Co. man was among the three COVID-related deaths reported in Kentucky on Tuesday.
The use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is being paused in our region by the Northern Kentucky Health Department, as well as elsewhere.