State’s COVID data declines for 6th straight week


FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – It’s the sixth straight week of a decline in COVID-19 cases, yet deaths are still in the double digits.

Governor Beshear reporting Sunday there were 21 new deaths, bringing the state’s death toll to 4,447 lives.

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Beshear says there were 979 new cases Sunday. Which is scarily similar to the number of  of Kentuckians battling COVID-19 in the hospital, that reported number is at 902 people.

As for the positivity rate it remains below seven at 6.72 percent.

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