Beshear: Be Safe this Memorial Day Weekend
By West Kentucky Star Staff
FRANKFORT - During his Saturday update, Governor Andy Beshear urged all Kentuckians to be safe over the holiday weekend.

Beshear reminds everyone to be safe, and to take time to honor those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. He then reminded Kentuckians to keep gatherings to ten people or less, wear masks, maintain social distancing, gather outside rather than inside, wash your hands frequently, and to keep your food covered.

"I am urging Kentuckians to please be safe this weekend," Beshear said. "As we recover, we are depending on Kentuckians to take the steps necessary to protect one another this weekend and every day and weekend moving forward."

As of Saturday there were 148 new cases of the virus in the Commonwealth, bringing the total number of cases to 8,571. There were no new deaths associated with the virus, while 3,102 Kentuckians have recovered.

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Published 06:55 PM, Saturday May. 23, 2020
Updated 06:56 PM, Saturday May. 23, 2020



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