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Gov. Beshear: All Kentuckians 16 and Older Eligible for a COVID-19 Vaccine

FRANKFORT, Ky. (April 5, 2021) – On Monday, Gov. Andy Beshear said all Kentuckians 16 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine....

Governor Beshear releases Saturday COVID-19 data

The positivity rate, as reported from the Governor's Office remains under three percent Saturday.

FCPS Superintendent encourages students to get vaccine during spring break

Fayette County Public School acting Superintendent Marlene Helm is encouraging students to get the COVID-19 vaccine during spring break. Full release below. ------ "Dear Fayette County Public...

Gov. Beshear: Record vaccination week, positivity rate below 3%

There are 893 new cases to report as well.

Governor Beshear reports a positivity rate of 3.07%, 25 deaths

Governor Beshear reports a positivity rate near three percent for Saturday.

Gov. Beshear reports COVID positivity rate below 7%, again

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Governor Andy Beshear reported on Saturday that the COVID-19 positivity rate is 6.87 percent. There were 769 new cases. Currently 1,059...

UK cancels in-person classes, online classes still set; vaccine clinic for second day

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - University of Kentucky has cancelled classes and its covid-19 vaccine clinic for the second day in a row because of...

Madison County teachers, sisters get vaccinated together after losing dad to COVID-19

MADISON COUNTY, Ky. (ABC 36) - Two sisters got the COVID vaccine last week...but it means something more to them now than it ever...

Knox County Health Department warns of possible COVID-19 exposures

Truck stop, wings restaurant advisories issued.

Fayette County to announce Tuesday if students will return to classroom Feb. 8

Whenever students return to the classroom, the school district say it will happen in stages, beginning with kindergarten through second grade.

Floyd County Public Schools to continue online learning only for now

The board of education plans to reevaluate the situation at its next board meeting in late February.

11 nurses come out of retirement to help give vaccines at Baptist Health Corbin

CORBIN Ky, (ABC 36) - "Once a nurse always a nurse, whether you're actually working or not" said Karen Stephens, Registered Nurse. Stephens says it...