KY COVID-19 | 50 new cases confirmed, 248 total

From the Kentucky COVID 19 site

From the Kentucky COVID 19 site

One of these patients is an out-of-area Cal Poly student, according to a campus wide email from President Armstrong. Penny Borenstein, county health officer. The student was tested for the virus in their hometown and is now recovering outside of San Luis Obispo, according to Borenstein.

While two patients remain hospitalized, the number of those making a full recovery from the virus is beginning to grow.

While looking to add more protective equipment for local health care workers, the county is also trying to create capacity for an addition of 1,000 hospital beds, to treat those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

The new cases were confirmed in Boone, Calloway, Clark, Christian, Daviess, Fayette, Harrison, Hopkins, Jefferson, Jessamine, Madison, Mason, Mercer, Pulaski, Union and Webster counties.

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Twenty-one of the cases were transmitted through travel, 10 through person-to-person spread, three through community spread and eight are unknown.

The Madera County Department of Public Health reported on Thursday the death of a man in his 60s who had tested positive for COVID-19 three days ago.

The Fresno County Department of Public Health continues to urge all to practice social distancing and good hand hygiene at all times, and stay home as much as possible to prevent catching or passing on the infection.

This story was updated to include that a Cal Poly student tested positive for coronavirus.

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