Four Deaths, 67 New Virus Cases in KY on Sunday
By West Kentucky Star Staff
FRANKFORT - Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear reported four new deaths from COVID-19 in Kentucky on Sunday.

Beshear said there were 67 new cases reported, raising the total to 558 Kentuckians lost to the virus. There have been at least 15,232 confirmed coronavirus cases in the commonwealth so far.

The deaths reported Sunday include two women, ages 30 and 84, from Fayette County; an 81-year-old man from Franklin County; and a 93-year-old man from Shelby County.

"We see states in the South like Florida and Texas with rising cases and know it could happen here in Kentucky," Beshear said. "It wasn't anything magic that lead us to our early success. It was us truly coming together as a people and showing that the lives of other Kentuckians is more important to us than anything."

For more information, including up-to-date lists of positive cases and deaths, as well as breakdowns of coronavirus infections by county, race and ethnicity, click the link below.

On the Net:

KY COVID-19 Daily Summary

Published 04:19 AM, Monday Jun. 29, 2020
Updated 05:07 PM, Monday Jun. 29, 2020



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