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Thursday, February 25, 2021
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Number of new Fayette County COVID cases remains low

Total number of cases in the county top 32,000

Fayette 7-day COVID average drops to near 80

Two more deaths linked to the coronavirus.

Fayette County adds six COVID-19 deaths, 109 new cases

City’s seven day rolling average of new cases is currently 91 cases per day

New Fayette COVID cases slip back above 100, still at fall numbers

Four deaths confirmed, total now above 220.

Fayette’s seven-day rolling COVID new case average at 100

Rolling average may drop below 100.

New Fayette County COVID cases slip back over 100

Seven-day average down to 100, five deaths confirmed.

122 new COVID cases indicate slow decline in Fayette

Numbers continue to stabilize.

2 new deaths reported from COVID-19 in Fayette County

Numbers show COVID-19 is stabilizing in city, state

Number of new Fayette COVID cases may suggest stabilization

Numbers are below pace of recent record months.

Fayette starts year with record month for new COVID cases

January tops record set in November

Hints of stabilization continue to new Fayette COVID cases

Total cases in January still likely to break 6,000.

Lexington Health Department updates COVID vaccine info

Focus increasingly on people over 70 with transportation, other issues.

New Fayette COVID cases crack 29,000, close in on 200 deaths

New case numbers continue to suggest stabilization in the county.

New COVID cases in Fayette back over 200 Wednesday

County total approaches 29,000

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