Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
Governor Andy Beshear announced several new cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky today, including one he says is confirmed in Warren County. No additional information was given at the conference regarding the Warren County case, or what medical facility confirmed it.
"Warren and Kenton Counties are the new counties, but we expect this, ultimately in every county," he said in a conference today. "And that's why we're taking the steps we're taking. And none of our regions ought to be saying 'it's not here,' we gotta take the steps right now because most people are asymptomatic or minor symptoms that have this, we gotta know we have two duties. Number one, do everything you can not to get it yourself, but number two, make sure with the most vulnerable, we treat ourselves like we have it, and we don't give it to those that could be harmed."
There have been a total of 35 cases in Kentucky as of today, according to Beshear.