Anyone older than 16 may get the COVID-19 Vaccine manufactured by Pfizer. Anyone older than 18 may get the Moderna vaccine.
Bars and Restaurants in Kentucky can stay open until 12 mn EDT, and doors will close at 1 am.
Kentucky COVID-19 Vaccine Monitoring
As of April 21:
Total First Dose Allocated to Kentucky: 2,148,765
Total Number of Unique Persons Vaccinated in KY: 1,696,530
Notes from Thursday’s 4.22 Ky. COVID-19 Daily Summary
Total New Cases: 628 18 & Under: 137
Total Cases: 439,551 including 332,786 with 106,765 Probable cases.
Positivity Rate: 3.36% (7-day Rollover Average)*
Total Tests: 5,382,662 Total Positive Tests: 330,988 Total PCR Positive: 277,172 Total Serology Positive: 11,749 Total Antigen Positive: 42,067
Kentuckians Ever Hospitalized with COVID-19: 21,6160 (4.92%)
Kentuckians now in Hospital with COVID-19: 440
Kentuckians Ever in ICU with COVID-19: 4,440 (1.01%)
Kentuckians now in ICU with COVID-19: 121
Kentuckians on a Ventilator with COVID-19: 55
Long Term Care:
Cases: 46,437 (10.6%)
Deaths: 2,379 (37.3%)
Current Hospitalized Patients:
Occupied | Available | % Occupancy
Inpatient Beds: 8,594 4,561 65.3%
ICU Beds: 1,131 684 62.3%
Ventilators: 486 1,274 27.6%
Kentuckians who have Recovered: 50,979 (11.60%)
New Deaths announced today: 5
New Audit Deaths: 3 Total New: 8
*4 duplicates and records not meeting case criteria removed since last report.
Total Deaths due to COVID-19: 6,381 Confirmed: 5,766 Probable: 615
Healthcare Order Update – April 19, 2021
Please click on Minimum Requirements for more details. Industry-specific guidance is also provided in PDF links in the table below.
- Physical Distancing
- Facial Coverings
- Hand Washing and Sanitizing
- Common Areas
- Daily Temperature/Health checks
Events with 1,000 or fewer persons in a single room or space are limited to the lesser of 60% capacity or the maximum number of individuals that permits appropriate physical distancing.
Events with greater than 1,000 persons in a single room or space are limited to the lesser of 50% capacity or the maximum attendance that permits appropriate physical distancing.
For more information please view Minimum Requirements.
QuarantineofVaccinatedPersonsGuidance (from CDC.gov)
Regional Vaccination Site at the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park. There is an appointment required. To schedule that appointment, go to Kroger.com/COVIDVaccination.
Vaccine.KY.Gov to see when you can get vaccinated, or call 855-598-2246 from 8 am to 7 pm Monday-Friday. 855-598-2246 TTY: 855-326-4654 (8 am to 7 pm Monday – Friday)
Vaccine Phases Update:
1A: Long term care facilities, assisted living facilities, Health Care personnel
1B: First responders, anyone age 70 and older, K-12 school personnel
1C: Anyone age 50 or older, anyone age 16 or older with CDC highest risk C19 risk conditions, essential workers. Now, anyone 16 and older can receive the Pfizer vaccine. Those people who are 18 and older may opt for either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
2: Anyone age 40 or older
3: Anyone age 16 or older
4: Children under the age of 16 if the vaccine is approved for this age group. (estimated 18% of KY Population)
If you are fully Vaccinated, domestic travel is safe, providing that you wear a mask and practice social distancing measures. International travel is not recommended at this time.
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Follow these recommendations to stay safe and limit the spread of COVID-19
Allow Employees to work from home when possible.
Non-Critical Government offices to operate virtually.
Reduce in-person shopping. Order online or curbside pickup as much as possible.
Order Take-Out. Avoid dining in restaurants or bars.
Prioritize businesses that follow and enforce mask mandates and other guidelines.
Reschedule, postpone or cancel public or private events.
Do not host or attend gatherings of any size.
Avoid non-essential activities outside of your home.
Reduce overall activity and contacts, and follow existing guidance, including the 10 Steps to Defeat COVID-19.
*Based on a 7-day rolling average. Timing of reporting overall lab results versus positives, repeat testing of individuals, duplicate entries, and lack of reporting by some labs, make the data imprecise and more appropriate or useful for trending.
The data collected by the Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) on case patients comes from a number of sources, including electronic laboratory reports, provider case
disease and COVID-19 investigation reports, local health department investigation results, hospital infection prevention clinical patient data, and KDPH investigation results. Data is often found incomplete and/or incorrect and during KDPH investigation individual patient-level data is added to, corrected, and de-duplicated so that overall case counts and aggregate data values change daily.