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News for January 15th

Regional vaccine sites on tap for the Kentucky

Drive thru vaccination, a not so distant reality here in the Commonwealth. Governor Andy Beshear announced Thursday that the state was once again partnering with Kroger to soon provide drive up Covid-19 vaccines at regional sites across the state near the beginning of February.

Also during Beshear’s update was the announcement of 4,084 new cases of covid-19. Local cases:
Hardin – 86
Meade – 21
LaRue – 6

Grayson Co. health officials now in early stages of Phase 1B

After running out of vaccines earlier this week, officials at the Grayson county Health Department say supplies have been replenished. In a video this week, officials at the department outlined their next steps for vaccination efforts in the county.

Director Josh Embry says that after that, K-12 personnel will receive initial vaccinations.

Fort Knox to lower health condition, schools to return

After initially raising the health condition on Fort Knox in November, officials are saying that the conditions to decrease next week, allowing for some activities, including schools, to re-open.

Col. C.J. King

More information on Fort Knox Covid-19 restrictions and closures can be found on the Fort Knox website and Facebook page.

Local food organization to distribute food, volunteer for annual MLK Day of Service

In honor of the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland has announced that they will be participating in the 26th annual MLK Day of Service event, hosting special food distributions and volunteering opportunities this weekend.

Director of marketing Jamie Thomas

More information on the events an be found by going to the Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland Facebook page.

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