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Team Kentucky - Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services - Department for Public Health

KDPH Guidance

Living with COVID-19 Guidance

  • Get vaccinated
  • Keep up-to-date with vaccine boosters
  • Isolate when sick or test COVID-19 positive
  • Consider targeted mask use following exposures and for high-risk persons
  • Follow applicable state and local guidance

COVID-19 Vaccine Event Playbook for LHDs Updated 02/16/2022

Have you been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19? Updated 07/27/2022

Have you been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19? - Spanish Updated 07/27/2022

COVID-19 in Schools Flowchart One Pager Updated 10/20/2021

Patient Guidance One Pager Updated 07/28/2022

Exposed to COVID-19 One Pager Updated 07/28/2022

Exposed to COVID-19 - Spanish Updated 07/28/2022

COVID-19 In The Workplace One Pager Updated 07/28/2022

COVID-19 In The Workplace - Spanish One Pager Updated 7/28/2022

Revised Reporting Reg. 902 KAR 2:020 Updated 01/13/2022

CDC/KDPH COVID-19 Case Report Form

Note: The CDC/KDPH COVID-19 Case Report Form replaces the EPID 200 and CDC Case investigation form.

COVID-19 Lab Result Reporting Guidance

COVID-19 Testing Services Contracts

Assisted Living Facility

For current travel guidnace, please visit the CDC's Travelers' Health page.

Have you been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19?

Have you been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19? Download as PDF

Vaccine Provider Guidance

Kentucky's guidance and resources for vaccine providers.

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Have you lost or misplaced the card you were given when you received your COVID-19 vaccine? Learn More
Falsifying a Vaccination Card is a Federal Crime. - If you are aware of anyone falsifying vaccine cards, please report to the OIG COVID-19 fraud tip line. https://oig.hhs.gov/fraud/report-fraud/ (link below image for selection) (Unauthorized use and reproduction of a CDC COVID-19 vaccine card constitutes fraud and is subject to criminal or civil prosecution for violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1001, 42 U.S.C. § 1320b-10, or other relevant federal statutes.)Report Fraud


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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