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1/4/2022 Covid cases escalate as schools begin to re-open; Beshear and Stack urge universal masking in schools Covid cases escalate as schools begin to re-open; Beshear and Stack urge universal masking in schoolsPublished 7:14 am Tuesday, January 4, 2022With coronavirus cases and positive-test rate skyrocketing just as students head back to school, Gov. Andy Beshear and his health commissioner urged more parents to get their children vaccinated and said universal masking in schools will be key to keeping Kentucky‚Aos kids in classrooms ...
12/30/2021 America slouches into a new pandemic year The Washington Post ... coronavirus is no longer novel. It‚Aos serial. More than 819,000 Americans are dead, but owing to vaccines ‚Ai and an attitude of partial surrender ‚Ai we now have the luxury of half measures. Some schools are closed but not all. Some Broadway shows are closing but not all. Many flights are canceled but not all. New Hampshire has it worse than Kentucky, but just wait. We‚Aore surfing into ...
12/27/2021 Kentucky's new-case COVID rate falls more than any other state's in last 2 weeks Kentucky‚Aos new-case COVID rate falls more than any other state‚Aos in last 2 weeksPublished 6:59 am Monday, December 27, 2021As the United States sees the highest number of new cases of the coronavirus since the surge in late summer, Kentucky is an outlier.In the last two weeks, the nation has averaged more than 200,000 new cases per day, a 69 percent jump during the ...
12/27/2021 Kentucky's new-case COVID rate falls more than any other state's in last 2 weeks Kentucky‚Aos new-case COVID rate falls more than any other state‚Aos in last 2 weeksPublished 6:59 am Monday, December 27, 2021As the United States sees the highest number of new cases of the coronavirus since the surge in late summer, Kentucky is an outlier.In the last two weeks, the nation has averaged more than 200,000 new cases per day, a 69 percent jump during the ...
12/13/2021 Alabama board asks to raise higher ed funding by 17.5%. Will states follow? ... coronavirus pandemic. It would also address rising utility costs, upgrade infrastructure, and pay for high-cost programs such as resource-intensive offerings in science and technology fields.- ACHE joins several state higher education authorities, including those in Kentucky and Louisiana, requesting additional funding for the 2022-23 fiscal year.Dive Insight:During recent budget hearings, college officials expressed the need for more funding to remain competitive in the labor market and ...
12/9/2021 Kentucky's Second-Largest City Sets Homicide Record U.S. News & World Report ... U.S. News virtual event series where industry leaders discuss common challenges and solutions for the future of health. Learn more
Kentucky's Second-Largest City Sets Homicide RecordKentucky‚Aos second-largest city broke its annual ... of today‚Aos world, such as social unrest and the coronavirus pandemic, could play a role in the rising numbers, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported.Political CartoonsCopyright 2021 The Associated Press . All rights reserved ...
12/6/2021 Kentucky governor points to benefits of federal pandemic aid ... at the Boyd County Courthouse on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021, in Ashland, Ky. Massive amounts of federal aid have given Kentucky a once-in-a-generation opportunity to guarantee basic necessities and build on economic ... showing the grassroots benefits that trump the partisan rancor over coronavirus pandemic relief, Gov. Andy Beshear said Monday.The Democratic governor recounted meeting Kentuckians who for the first time will have access to clean drinking ...
10/11/2021 Kentucky Medical Marijuana Bill Will Pass If Leadership Has ‚ÄòCourage‚Äô To Allow A Vote On New Version, Sponsor Says The Republican sponsor of a bill to legalize medical marijuana in Kentucky says he has made multiple revisions of the legislation to scale it back and add restrictions to garner more support from colleagues‚Aiand ... Senate without a vote amid the early part of the coronavirus pandemic. He reintroduced the legislation in January for the 2021 session but it did not advance this year. Now he‚Aos working to build ...
10/7/2021 Montana coronavirus report ... coronavirus restrictionsMore than three hundred Montana citizens and multiple Republican candidates for statewide office gathered at the state Capitol in Helena on Sunday, flaunting federal, state, and public health agency social distancing recommendations to express a range of opinions centered on the belief that it‚Aos time for state directives closing schools and businesses to end.Similar protests in recent days have occurred in Colorado, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina ...
10/7/2021 Google Alert - school ... As-it-happens update ‚aO October 7, 2021 NEWS Texas school shooting suspect in custody, churches comfort students and families Kentucky Today Kentucky Today Families depart the Mansfield ISD Center For The Performing Arts Center ... as irrelevant Many Pa. school districts are passing up free coronavirus testing even after a rise in cases ... Spotlight PA Just 396 schools signed up between mid-August and Sept. 30, according to the Pennsylvania ...
10/6/2021 McConnell announces more than $21.4 million to strengthen mental health and substance abuse treatment programs in Kentucky McConnell announces more than $21.4 million to strengthen mental health and substance abuse treatment programs in Kentucky Published 10:31 am Wednesday, October 6, 2021 OFFICE OF MITCH MCCONNELL News release U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch ... made available through the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplement (CRRS) Act. As Senate Majority Leader, Senator McConnell championed these two bipartisan funding bills and led them to passage in ...
10/5/2021 Montana coronavirus report ... coronavirus restrictionsMore than three hundred Montana citizens and multiple Republican candidates for statewide office gathered at the state Capitol in Helena on Sunday, flaunting federal, state, and public health agency social distancing recommendations to express a range of opinions centered on the belief that it‚Aos time for state directives closing schools and businesses to end.Similar protests in recent days have occurred in Colorado, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina ...
10/4/2021 The National Guard is deployed to hospitals in California and Indiana amid staff shortages due to the COVID-19 pandemic ... Kentucky, New York and other parts of the country. Some experts assure that the vaccination mandates are not causing the lack of workers, but that it is due to a crisis in health personnel that has been facing the virus without respite for a year and a half. The United States surpassed 700,000 deaths due to the coronavirus this week, which makes the deadliest pandemic in the country‚Aos history ...
10/4/2021 Beshear urges bonuses for essential workers during pandemic SFGate ... workers during pandemic BRUCE SCHREINER , Associated Press Facebook Twitter EmailFRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) ‚Ai Gov. Andy Beshear recommended Monday that Kentucky use $400 million in federal pandemic relief assistance to provide bonuses next year for ... struggling with chronic staffing shortages to treat an influx of coronavirus patients ‚Ai most of them unvaccinated against the virus. Some prominent Senate Republicans have urged the governor to call lawmakers into a special legislative ...
10/2/2021 Google Alert - related related As-it-happens update ‚aO October 1, 2021 NEWS Split Michigan Legislature approves election- related bills - Detroit News The Detroit News Lansing ‚Ai The Michigan Legislature on Thursday passed election bills that would limit who can access the state voter file, keep voting equipment from being ... Flag as irrelevant Beshear: Virus- related hospitalizations dropping in Kentucky Coronavirus herald-dispatch.com Huntington Herald Dispatch FRANKFORT, Ky. ‚Ai Pointing to a decline ...
10/2/2021 Montana coronavirus report ... coronavirus restrictionsMore than three hundred Montana citizens and multiple Republican candidates for statewide office gathered at the state Capitol in Helena on Sunday, flaunting federal, state, and public health agency social distancing recommendations to express a range of opinions centered on the belief that it‚Aos time for state directives closing schools and businesses to end.Similar protests in recent days have occurred in Colorado, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina ...
10/2/2021 Kentucky's COVID-19 positivity rate drops into single digits Star Telegram National Politics] Kentucky‚Aos COVID-19 positivity rate drops into single digits Kentucky‚Aos COVID-19 test positivity rate dropped into single digits for the first time in nearly two months Friday, but the virus continues to exact a heavy toll on the state. Gov. Andy Beshear reported 4,118 new coronavirus cases and 34 more virus-related deaths, pushing the statewide virus death toll past 8,800. The newest reported deaths ...
10/2/2021 As hospital numbers keep falling, Senate again calls for special session on staffing shortages; Beshear says more work needed Ky. Dept. for Public Health graph shows relative risk of coronavirus infection. To enlarge, click on it. Kentucky Health News State Senate President Robert Stivers sent Gov. Andy Beshear a letter today, asking him to call a special session to address health-care staffing shortages that continue even as the pandemic slowly wanes. Beshear said more work needs to be done before a session, which only he can call. Sen ...
10/1/2021 As hospital numbers keep falling, Senate again calls for special session on staffing shortages; Beshear says more work needed Ky. Dept. for Public Health graph shows relative risk of coronavirus infection. To enlarge, click on it. Kentucky Health News State Senate President Robert Stivers sent Gov. Andy Beshear a letter today, asking him to call a special session to address health-care staffing shortages that continue even as the pandemic slowly wanes. Beshear said more work needs to be done before a session, which only he can call. Sen ...
10/1/2021 Kentucky seeks action against WVa gov's coal companies - Winnipeg Free Press Kentucky seeks action against WVa gov's coal companies By: The Associated PressPosted: 3:48 PM LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) ‚Ai Regulators want the family of West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice to pay a penalty and follow ... of the record 893 people hospitalized, or 85%, for the coronavirus on Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021, are unvaccinated. ‚AuIf you have chosen to be unvaccinated, in my opinion, it was a bad choice,‚Au Justice ...
10/1/2021 Rand Paul tells HHS secretary he's 'ignoring science,' asks if he has a 'science degree' Washington Examiner Is the Department of Health and Human Services under the Biden administration ignoring what politicians refer to as "the science" when it comes to natural immunity from the coronavirus?That, among other questions, is what Sen. Rand Paul , a Kentucky Republican, asked HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra during a Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing Thursday. The senator interrogated Becerra on his qualifications to be making scientific decisions for ...
10/1/2021 I just don't understand this ... Kentucky firefighter and medic, refused to get a covid vaccine before becoming infected in August. He landed in the hospital, on oxygen, with double pneumonia. ‚AuI was wrong,‚Au Adams says, now that he‚Aos out of the hospital. (JIMMY ADAMS) Kentucky firefighter Jimmy Adams saw the ravages of the coronavirus pandemic when he served as a medic who helped care for the sick on medical calls amid surging covid ...
10/1/2021 As hospital numbers keep falling, Senate again calls for special session on staffing shortages; Beshear says more work needed - Health News Ky. Dept. for Public Health graph shows relative risk of coronavirus infection. To enlarge, click on it. By Melissa PatrickKentucky Health News State Senate President Robert Stivers sent Gov. Andy Beshear a letter today, asking him to call a special session to address health-care staffing shortages that continue even as the pandemic slowly wanes. Beshear said more work needs to be done before a session, which only he ...
10/1/2021 As hospital numbers keep falling, Senate again calls for special session on staffing shortages; Beshear says more work needed - Health News As hospital numbers keep falling, Senate again calls for special session on staffing shortages; Beshear says more work needed - Health News September 30, 2021 Ky. Dept. for Public Health graph shows relative risk of coronavirus infection. To enlarge, click on it. By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News State Senate President Robert Stivers sent Gov. Andy Beshear a letter today, asking him to call a special session to address health-care ...
9/30/2021 Firefighter Who Died in Line of Duty Honored With Procession U.S. News & World Report ... and solutions for the future of health. Learn more Firefighter Who Died in Line of Duty Honored With Procession A Kentucky firefighter who died in the line of duty has been honored with a procession ... may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Related Articles Coronavirus Bulletin Stay informed daily on the latest news and advice on COVID-19 from the editors at U.S. News & World Report ...