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Frankfort, KY - - The Governor said COVID-19 numbers continue to decline. Though the spread of the virus remains high statewide, several counties are no longer in the highest category of disease incidence.

He said if Kentucky's COVID-19 numbers continue to decrease, he plans to update guidance by March 14.

"The top line on COVID is, cases continue to fall at a good rate. Our positivity rate continues to fall. Hospitalizations, ICU numbers and ventilator usage are all declining. Deaths are still staying fairly high, but we hope deaths will follow the rest of the trends shortly," said Gov. Beshear. "We are now below the delta variant's peak. We are heading in the right direction and at a good pace."

This story was posted on 2022-02-22 20:34:41
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