In his Thursday update, Gov. Beshear reports 295 new COVID-19 cases, for a total of 10,705 confirmed cases so far. Of those, 518 are currently hospitalized, and 67 are in ICUs. There are 8 new deaths, for a total of 458 fatalities. 3,303 people have recovered.
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In his Wednesday update, Gov. Beshear reports 265 new COVID-19 cases, for a total of 10,410 confirmed cases. There are 8 new deaths, for a total of 450 fatalities. Today’s deaths include a 9-month-old child in Hopkins County who tested positive for coronavirus. 3,283 people have recovered.
In his Tuesday update, Gov. Beshear reports 155 new COVID-19 cases, for a total of 10,185 confirmed cases. There are 3 new deaths, for a total of 442 fatalities. 3,275 people have recovered. He also discusses the shooting of a Louisville man in an incident where local police and Kentucky National Guard troops were present.
Host Renee Shaw discusses the 2020 Democratic primary election for the 6th Congressional District with candidates Josh Hicks and Daniel Kemph.
Dive to the bottom of the Adriatic Sea in search of the Tulsamerican, a B-24 bomber that crashed off the coast of Croatia during World War II. In 2010, divers located the plane. Now the Department of Defense, aided by the Croatian Navy and some of the world’s leading underwater archaeologists, sets to work investigating the wreckage. Watch now.
Dr. Wayne Tuckson discusses the science behind tracking COVID-19 cases and the importance of mental health during social distancing with Allen Brenzel, MD, medical director of the Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities; and Steven Stack, MD, commissioner of the Kentucky Department for Public Health. Dr. Tuckson also speaks with COVID-19 survivors Mark Hamblin, Breathitt County; Courtney Frazier, Breathitt County; and Dick Clay, Jefferson County.
Bill Bryant and guest journalists discuss the week's news, including a COVID-19 update and protests in Frankfort and Louisville. Guests (all via video call): Daniel Desrochers, Lexington Herald-Leader; Marcus Green, WDRB in Louisville; Hannah Hageman, WHOP in Hopkinsville; and Michon Lindstrom, Spectrum News 1.