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Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

Coronavirus: A Kentucky Update

Tune-in Fridays at 8:30/7:30 pm on KET or KET.org/live

Dr. Wayne Tuckson provides an update on coronavirus disease 2019, also known as COVID-19, in Kentucky.

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Renee Shaw speaking with Dr. Stack

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Reopening Rules for Restaurants and Retail

Host Renee Shaw discusses with guest the reopening rules for restaurants and retail businesses.

PBS American Portrait

WATCH NOW: In This Together: A PBS American Portrait Story

Through personal stories, photographs and videos, people across America share their firsthand stories of how the global coronavirus pandemic has affected their lives, our nation and brought us all together.

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Bill Bryant discusses the week's news with journalists via video call.

WATCH NOW: Comment on Kentucky

May 22, 2020

Bill Bryant and journalists discuss the latest COVID-19 information and other news around Kentucky.

Family watching KET program on covid-19

WATCH NOW: Families and COVID-19: A KET Forum

Renee Shaw hosts this live KET Forum that brings experts from education and healthcare fields together to share practical advice and resources for families facing this new challenge and to answer viewer questions.

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Resources

Official Kentucky COVID-19 Website

kycovid19.ky.gov

Official COVID-19 Hotline

(800) 722-5725


Daily Updates

May 27, 2020 – 5:00 pm ET

In his Wednesday update, Gov. Beshear reports 127 new COVID-19 cases, for a total of 9,077 confirmed cases. There are 6 new deaths, for a total of 400 fatalities. 3,124 people have recovered. He says the numbers suggest we are no longer on a plateau but in a decline. 

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Kids and Families

For a toolkit of resources to assist with at-home learning during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please visit KET.org/LearnAtHome


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