Coronavirus in Kentucky

The state with the most deaths per 100,000 people averaged over the past seven days is Kentucky.
While the growth of COVID-19 across the United States has slowed, it remains a tremendous danger. The daily rise of confirmed cases has waned to under 100,000 from an amount much more than twice that...
The most dangerous county in the United States due to COVID-19 is currently in Kentucky.
The hardest-hit counties list shows how badly small, rural counties have been hurt recently by COVID-19. It also shows how concentrated they are in and around West Texas.
Morgan County, Kentucky, is the worst COVID-19 hotspot in America now.
The United States has confirmed almost 1.9 million cases of COVID-19, and more than 107,000 people have died from the coronavirus disease as of June 4. As nationwide cases have been declining, states...
With more than 1.8 million people infected nationwide and over 100,000 dead, COVID-19 is a public health crisis of proportions not seen in the United States in over a century. The economic fallout in...
The U.S. is rapidly approaching 2 million confirmed cases of COVID-19, but as a whole, the country has likely seen the worst of the pandemic — for now. There are a handful of states, however,...
The latest weekly jobless claims figures were released on June 4, and the unprecedented period of massive layoffs resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak continues. For the week ending May 23, 1.6...
More than 1.8 million COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the U.S. as of June 3 as well as over 105,000 deaths, by far the most cases and deaths of any country. Accounting for population size, the...
More than 130 days have passed since the first known case of COVID-19 was identified in the United States. Over that period, nearly 1.8 million Americans have been infected — and over 100,000...
There have been nearly 1.8 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the United States, and at least 100,000 people have died. COVID-19 cases have mostly concentrated in densely-populated states....
In nearly every state, the estimated peak time of COVID-19 infection date has come and gone, and the spread of the virus continues to show signs of slowing in the United States. The average number of...
The latest weekly jobless claims figures were released on May 28. For the week ending May 23, just under 2 million Americans filed to receive unemployment benefits. While this marks the first week in...
The U.S. has confirmed more than 1.7 million cases of COVID-19 — more than 102,000 of them fatal. The rate of daily new cases nationwide has declined throughout May, though there is concern...