Kentucky's COVID-19 Numbers Continue To Fall, Governor Says
Gov. Andy Beshear says Kentucky’s rate of positive COVID-19 cases fell again Monday and the state had a fifth straight week of decline in the number of cases. He said it’s the first time the state has had five weeks of declining cases since the initial case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Kentucky last March. The state reported 723 new cases Monday, the lowest since Oct. 12. It had 9 deaths and a positivity rate of 6.57%. Meanwhile, Beshear said childcare workers have been moved up in priority for the coronavirus vaccine and can go ahead and sign up for it.