In his March 31st update, Gov. Beshear reports 114 new coronavirus cases and 7 new deaths. He says child care services are now available to grocery store workers, and says local governments can hire retired law enforcement and first responders without penalty to their pension benefits.
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From KET's Kentucky Tonight episode on March 30, Renee Shaw interviews Dr. Steven Stack, Kentucky's commissioner of public health. Dr. Stack gives updates on the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and offers advice for viewers to help prevent the spread of the disease.
Social distancing continues to be a crucial step in the fight against COVID-19. What exactly does this mean? Dr. Wayne Tuckson, host of KET's Kentucky Health, gives an overview of social distancing and the steps we can take to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
In his Monday update, Gov. Beshear reports 42 new coronavirus cases, and two new deaths. He orders Kentuckians not travel to other states except in limited circumstances. Those who have been out of state are required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.
The Inn at Little Washington: A Delicious Documentary explores the world of Chef Patrick O’Connell and his magnificent obsession: The Inn at Little Washington. Considered one of the greatest dining experiences in America, we follow this “chef’s chef” as he chases the dream of a 3rd Michelin star. Watch now.
Vivian’s crash course in mass producing hand pies inspires her to revisit the applejacks of her youth. Her journey includes a trip to West Virginia for a taste of their signature pepperoni rolls and a look at the world’s most popular hand pie — the empanada. Watch now.
In his March 29th briefing, Gov. Beshear says there are 45 new coronavirus cases, making the state total 439. He says golf courses that don’t enforce social distancing will be closed, and warns that home improvement stores could face restrictions if they fail to enforce distancing.
In his March 28 briefing, Gov. Beshear reports 92 new coronavirus cases, boosting the total to 394. He says the federal disaster declaration will cover up to 75 percent of the state’s costs related to the pandemic. He reiterates that the next two weeks are critical to flattening the curve in Kentucky.
Dr. Wayne Tuckson provides an update on coronavirus disease 2019, also known as COVID-19, in Kentucky. Guests: Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman (via video call); and Kathleen Winter, Ph.D., an assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health.