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Kentucky reported 402 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday, the highest number yet identified on a single day for the second straight day. It was the fourth consecutive day that the seven-day rolling average of new cases also set a new record.

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Frankfort and Franklin County officials continue to encourage residents to wear face masks in public as the number of positive COVID-19 cases rises.

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Four new cases of COVID-19 were reported by the Franklin County Health Department on Monday — the first day that local coronavirus data has been released since Thursday due to the Fourth of July holiday — raising the county total to 149 since the pandemic began.

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Health experts say one key to getting through the pandemic without being infected is to limit your possible exposure to the coronavirus. To help people understand the relative risk of various activities, the Texas Medical Association published this chart. Remember, circumstances can vary, so…

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When the statewide Facebook group “Teacher 2 Teacher Blessing” started about a month ago, three teachers in the Frankfort Independent Schools system came up with the idea of starting a local group.

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The local primary election went off without a hitch with 48% turnout, according to Franklin County Clerk Jeff Hancock’s report at Tuesday evening’s fiscal court meeting. 

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Franklin County Schools will continue with its bulk feeding program throughout the summer but is making some changes for July.

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The Franklin County Health Department announced six new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Monday, bringing the county's total to 136 since the pandemic began.

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Even though the state's limit on gatherings was increased to 50 people Monday, community leaders are urging citizens to continue social distancing and hand hygiene.

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The Kentucky Labor Cabinet released more details on Saturday about the three locations where Kentuckians who have had issues resolving their unemployment claims during the coronavirus pandemic can go and how to set appointments.Beginning Monday, in-person unemployment insurance assistance wi…

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Three new cases of COVID-19 reported to the Franklin County Health Department on Thursday brings the county's total to 125 confirmed cases since the pandemic began. 

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LOUISVILLE — After returning to campus three weeks ago and starting workouts, University of Louisville sophomore forward Samuell Williamson looked around the weight training room in the Planet Fitness Kueber Center and realized something was different.

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There was a big jump in the number of new cases of the coronavirus reported to Kentucky public health officials on Tuesday, along with 11 more deaths.