Darren Doyle, story:
A better outlook was reported today for COVID-19 related news in Edmonson County today from the Barren River District Health Department with five new recoveries over the past three days. Total confirmed cases have somewhat plateaued in the county over the past two weeks, specifically at Genesis Health, Edmonson Center, who hasn't reported a new positive resident case in over two weeks.
Warren County's confirmed cases reached 1,000 today with 1,544 cases reported in the BRDHD. There have been a reported total of 793 recoveries throughout the district for a 51% recovery rate so far. Total deaths reported for the district are 39 for a 2.5% death rate from confirmed cases.
As of 5 p.m. May 29th, Governor Andy Beshear said there were at least 9,464 coronavirus cases in Kentucky, 283 of which were newly confirmed Friday.
“Today’s report is up, and up a fair amount, in cases. We’ll have to wait the next couple days to see whether it is just labs getting caught up from the weekend or whether it is in and of itself significant and something we’ll see moving forward,” said Gov. Beshear. “If you look at the last four days on average, it would be 158 cases per day.”
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