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Kentuckians ages 5 and older can now get a COVID-19 vaccine. Find a location near you at vaccine.ky.gov.

How to talk about COVID-19 vaccines with friends and family.

You don’t know for certain, but you suspect a friend or family member is hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Or, you know beyond a shadow of doubt, but you feel like you owe it to them to encourage them to get the vaccine. Here are some tips for diving in.

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Kentucky Department for Public Health  (KDPH) Guidance

Kentucky's Healthcare Guidance for Communities, Healthcare Providers, Labs and Facilities

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Kentucky Coronavirus Monitoring

Current as of November 30, 2021

Kentucky county map showing which counties have the highest and lowest COVID-19 cases.

Red County Recommendations

If your county is in the red, please follow the red county recommendations to help limit the spread of COVID-19 in your community. 

The 7-Day incidence is calculated by taking the total number of unique cases in each county over the past 7 days, divided by 7 to get a daily average, divided by the U.S. census bureau county population, and multiplied by 100,000 to get the incidence per 100,000 people. The cases counted each day are based on the date an investigation was opened in NEDSS (i.e., National Electronic Disease Surveillance System). Duplicate cases are removed before the calculation, so each positive case is only included once. NOTE: State and local health department data will vary for a variety of reasons including data entry timing, communication processes, and 7-day averaging.

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View Confirmed Cases, Cases by County, Cases by Sex, Cases by Age Group, Confirmed Deaths, Deaths by Sex and Deaths by Age Group.

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In the event of a discrepancy between case confirmations, please note kycovid19.ky.gov is reporting confirmed cases by the Kentucky Department of Public Health (KDPH). We are working diligently to confirm cases as they are reported to KDPH.

COVID-19 Daily Case Incidence Rate Maps

Daily Reports

Total Positive 785,926 Probable: 230,128- Confirmed: 555,798
Deaths 10,943 Probable: 1,311- Confirmed: 9,632
Total Tested 10,541,050 PCR: 7,756,065- Serology: 401,546- Antigen: 2,117,808
Positivity Rate* 8.31%

*Based on a 7-day rolling average; 5Switched on 10/19/2020 to electronic laboratory reports as the sole source of data for the positivity rate. Learn more about how KDPH determines the Statewide Positivity Rate

Note: Data includes cases of COVID-19 reported to KDPH.

White House Coronavirus Task Force Reports for Kentucky


COVID-19 Hotline (800) 722-5725

 The COVID-19 Hotline (800) 722-5725 can answer general COVID-19 and vaccine questions. Live agents are available:
Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm EST 
If you have an urgent medical need, please reach out to your healthcare provider. 

For General Inquiries

Please send an email to KYcovid19@ky.gov


COVID-19 Vaccine

Learn about the safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines and find where to get vaccinated.

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Team Kentucky Memorial Fund

Governor Beshear has established the Team Kentucky COVID-19 Memorial Fund to help commemorate the losses and sacrifices Kentuckians experienced during this once-in-a-lifetime pandemic.

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Healthy at Work

Keeping Kentuckians healthy at work

COVID-19 Related Actions taken by Gov. Andy Beshear

Daily actions and executive orders taken by the Governor

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Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund

The Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund is offering tenants help paying past due rent and utility bills. Learn more about the program and submit an application.

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The Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) is responding actively to the COVID-19 situation. Our State Health Operations Center is operating at Level 1, its highest activation level. This respiratory disease was first detected in a Kentucky resident on March 6, 2020.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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