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Vaccinated state senator from Lexington tests positive for COVID-19

Alice Forgy Kerr says three other members of her family, who were also fully vaccinated, have tested positive in the last three weeks.

State updates quarantine rules in vaccine guidance due to CDC changes

New rules follow new CDC recommendations.

With 23 staff in quarantine, Floyd Central High remains in virtual classes

Sports, other activities postponed until re-evaluation Oct. 19.

Beshear family remains in quarantine, state has highest Monday yet for new COVID cases

ABC agents issue citations, closure orders, Beshear says.

Gov. Beshear to quarantine after guard tests positive for COVID

The Democratic governor says he and his family feel fine, show no symptoms and have tested negative for the virus.

One teacher illness puts 52 kids in quarantine in Powell County

Students had been back in-person for one day.

COVID sends half of Lexington EMA home to work; no impact on public

At one point, city said telecommuting was improving some efficiencies.

Richmond’s Public Works Dept. quarantined after positive coronavirus test

The quarantine affects all 21 employees in the city department, according to The Richmond Register.

UK begins study of student COVID quarantine times

About 100 students will take part in first phase of test during a two-week period.

Lexington woman questions her positive coronavirus test

A Lexington woman says she believes her rapid coronavirus test was a false positive.

Travelers advisory, quarantine part of effort to curb surge

List of states will change as results ebb and flow.

Reopenings slow but showing positive signs

It's been more than 100 days since the coronavirus first shut down businesses across the state. It's been just 45 days since they've been able to slowly reopen and it has been a process but getting to 50 percent capacity this week has brought some encouraging signs.

Soldiers return to Fort Campbell, undergo quarantine

Welcome home ceremony planned post-quarantine

WATCH: SouthLex baseball gets in a little ‘practice’

This normally would be a busy time of year for baseball players of all ages, playing games, getting in every moment of practice and working on skills.

Bullitt County church defies “in-person” order

Most Kentucky churches did not hold in-person Easter services, heeding warnings against such gatherings in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

With coronavirus, close quarters not good for firefighters

Firefighters are known for their close relationships and their firehouses are literally small communities. But that's had a negative impact in one way during the coranavirus.

How to protect your furry family members during the COVID-19 pandemic

Although there's only been one animal that has tested positive for coronavirus, pet owners should still be aware of what they can do to prevent their fur babies from catching the virus.

Governor expands travel ban, state camprounds closed

During his daily briefing Thursday afternoon, Gov. Andy Beshear announced he has expanded the travel restriction so that people coming to Kentucky from out of state and staying will have to quarantine for 14 days.

Sen. Paul defends decision not to quarantine

He stresses need for widespread access to testing, more emphasis on compassion.

Pulaski Church urged to quarantine after member tests positive

Second resident may have positive test after traveling to California

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