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Governor Beshear reports downward trend for positivity rate, 49 deaths

Meanwhile there's a spike in deaths, Saturday's report showing 49 more Kentuckians who have died related to COVID-19.

In-person classes in Scott County to resume Jan. 27

The current coronavirus vaccine schedule for teachers, the county's current virus numbers and student transportation were among the issues discussed.

UPDATE: VA in Lexington vaccinates more than 4,000 veterans

The COVID-19 Vaccine Walk-in Clinic was held Jan. 16-19.

COVID-19 outbreak at state prison in Morgan County

Nearly half the inmates at the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to Kentucky Department of Corrections data.

A third COVID-19 vaccine could be available in Kentucky next month

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been called a potential "game changer" in the fight against COVID-19.

Kentucky sets record for new COVID-19 cases in single day

The governor reported 5,742 new coronavirus cases and 34 new COVID-19 related deaths on Wednesday.

City of Lexington hiring logistics expert to streamline vaccine distribution

Chuck Mix comes from the private sector to help manage the logistical challenges of the coronavirus vaccine distribution.

LFCHD reports more than 200 new COVID-19 cases

Department reports 163 people have died since pandemic started

LFCHD fears post-holiday spike, reports 534 COVID-19 cases over weekend

265 cases reported on Saturday, 269 on Sunday

UPDATE: COVID-19 outbreak increases at federal prison in Lexington

Nearly 300 inmates positive for the coronavirus at the Federal Medical Center

UK students’ lawsuit over fee refunds can proceed

The lawsuit's demand for tuition refunds was dismissed, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

COVID-19 pandemic voted top story of 2020 in Kentucky

Second in balloting was Breonna Taylor’s death and the protests that ensued.