In his Wednesday update, Gov. Beshear reports 204 new coronavirus cases, for a total of 1,346. There are 8 new deaths, for a total of 73 fatalities. A new executive order limits store visits to one person per household, ends door-to-door solicitation and allows 30-day prescription drug renewal. He reiterates that Easter-week gatherings cannot happen.
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Part One interweaves the present-day story of the Rosens, a young family on an odyssey to find a cure for their four-year-old daughter’s rare genetic disease, with stories of the exciting discoveries of the early pioneers in genetics. This episode also tracks the dark period in human history when a little genetic knowledge was used to justify terrifying human experiments. Watch now.
"Broken Places" explores why some children are severely damaged by early adversity while others are able to thrive. By revisiting childhood trauma victims profiled decades ago, we learn how their experiences shaped their lives as adults. Watch now.
Visit a variety of unique private gardens - both large and small, rural and urban - throughout the state. Watch now.
At his Tuesday briefing, Gov. Beshear reports 147 new cases, making the state total 1,149. There are 7 new deaths, for a total of 65 fatalities. Beshear says 3 hot spots are of concern: Long-term care (77 cases among residents and staff of 21 facilities, and 11 resident deaths), a state prison in Central City (14 cases, inmates and staff), and Western State Hospital in Hopkinsville (13 cases, patients and staff).
Gov. Andy Beshear of Kentucky is one of the many leaders across the U.S. competing with the federal government and with other states to secure critical medical equipment during the coronavirus pandemic. He joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the sacrifices he sees Kentuckians making, what the state government is doing to try to increase health care capacity and a “bad system” of bidding for supplies.
In his Monday update, Gov. Beshear says it’s been one month since Kentucky’s first confirmed coronavirus case. There are now 1,009 positive cases, and a total of 59 deaths. He says state park cabins will be used to quarantine first responders who don’t want to risk exposing their families.
Kentucky teacher and PBS Digital Innovator All-Star, Ashley Judd, offers tips to make at-home learning easier on you and epic for your kids.