More than half of Kentucky adults and 80% of those 65 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, Governor Andy Beshear announced on Monday.
There were positive developments in Kentucky's fight against COVID-19 this week, but the virus continues to spread in the state, though at a much lower rate than earlier this year and late last yea
A new poll shows that Kentuckians are divided on whether COVID-19 vaccines should be required for employees or students to return to in-person work and school.
Restrictions on capacity in Kentucky will end on June 11, Governor Andy Beshear said Friday.
Kentucky will follow the newly updated guidance on facial coverings and social distancing released Thursday by the U.S.
COVID-19 vaccination sites in Kentucky can begin administering the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to youths aged 12 to 15 starting Thursday.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky is temporarily suspending certain restrictions on motor carriers that transport petroleum products and ethanol to states affected by the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeli
Kentucky added 758 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday and reported 23 new COVID-related deaths.
A 92-year old Grant Co. woman was among the deaths.
Curfews on restaurants and bars are to be lifted towards the end of May, and bar seating can resume, Governor Andy Beshear said on Monday.
The Kentucky Lottery announced on Monday that it is offering anyone a free ticket to play when they get their first or second COVID-19 vaccine dose.
Kentucky added 739 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend with 544 on Saturday and 195 on Sunday, the state announced.
Kentucky recorded 638 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, including 27 across five Northern Kentucky counties.
More COVID-19-related restrictions on social gatherings were eased or soon will be, Governor Andy Beshear announced on Thursday.
Kentucky counted 710 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, including 41 across five Northern Kentucky counties: 17 in Boone, 15 in Kenton, 5 in Campbell, 3 in Grant, and 1 in Pendleton.
Two people from Northern Kentucky were among the seven COVID-19-related deaths reported in the state on Tuesday.