To ensure the health and safety of Kentucky families, Governor Beshear urges Kentuckians to remain Healthy at Home and comply with the Commonwealth’s directives and protocols for limiting the spread of COVID-19, which can be found at kycovid19.ky.gov.
KYSAFER has two purposes. First, KYSAFER provides tools to help Kentucky’s citizens and businesses comply with the Commonwealth’s directives for limiting COVID-19. Second, through KYSAFER, citizens can report large gatherings or establishments that are not in compliance with directives.
If you have questions about whether you or your business are complying with the most up-to-date directives and protocols please visit the Is My Business Complying page, which provides answers to Frequently Asked Questions and an online form to submit questions. If you are a landlord or tenant with questions about evictions, please visit the, “Landlord/Tenant Questions” page, which provides details about Governor Beshear’s suspension of eviction enforcement and waivers.
If you are aware of large gatherings or establishments that are not complying with the state’s orders, work-from-home instructions, or social distancing procedures, please visit the “Report Non-Compliance” page, which allows citizens to report an incident to the Kentucky Labor Cabinet by either reporting online, or calling the hotline.
If you or a family member are experiencing symptoms of coronavirus, please call your healthcare provider.
If you have questions about the virus itself, please call the COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-722-5725
In response to COVID-19, Governor Beshear issued Executive Order 2020-215, declaring a State of Emergency, and has instituted directives and protocols to promote the health and well-being of the public and reduce the community spread of disease. For example, these directives and protocols, which close certain establishments, instruct that employers permit employees to work from home when possible, and provide social distancing procedures for establishments and the public. By being good neighbors and following these directives, guidance, and procedures, Kentuckians will limit the spread of the coronavirus and keep Kentucky families safe.
The Kentucky Labor Cabinet will assist citizens and businesses in complying with the Commonwealth’s directives to limit the spread of COVID-19 by answering questions and providing guidance. The Kentucky Labor Cabinet will also review any reports of non-compliance and take appropriate action to ensure the public health and safety of Kentuckians. This process will also assist establishments in their efforts to conform to directives and protocols or to reestablish compliance with them. Not all reported non-compliance will be actionable.
If you or a family member have information regarding possible price gouging, contact the Office of the Attorney General Consumer Protection hotline at (888)-432-9257 or fill out the complaint form.
We are going to get through this. Team Kentucky is resilient and together we will beat the coronavirus.