Local health departments report COVID-19 numbers, five deaths on Friday

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Local health departments report COVID-19 numbers, five deaths on Friday
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Kentucky Coronavirus (WBKO) HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) – Local health departments across Eastern Kentucky released new coronavirus numbers and five deaths on Friday. The Laurel County Health Department reported the county’s 11th death. The death is a 77-year-old man. Health officials also reported 48 new cases bringing the county’s total […]

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Kentucky Coronavirus
Kentucky Coronavirus (WBKO)

HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) - Local health departments across Eastern Kentucky released new coronavirus numbers and five deaths on Friday.

The Laurel County Health Department reported the county’s 11th death. The death is a 77-year-old man. Health officials also reported 48 new cases bringing the county’s total to 1,973 with 645 of those active.

The Kentucky River District Health Department reported three deaths. A 90-year-old from Wolfe County, a 91-year-old woman from Perry County and a 93-year-old woman from Knott County died. Health officials also reported five new cases in Knott County bringing the total to 441 with 52 of those active. There are six new cases in Lee County bringing the total to 195 with 20 of those active. Leslie County has two new cases bringing the total to 161 with 19 of those active. Letcher County reported five new cases bringing the total to 336 with 39 of those active. There are three new cases in Owsley County bringing the total to 111 with 10 of those active. Perry County reported 15 new cases bringing the total to 699 with 116 of those active. There are six new cases in Wolfe County bringing the total to 115 with 33 of those active.

The Cumberland Valley District Health Department reported Clay County’s sixth COVID-19 related death. The death was a 66-year-old man. Health officials also reported 12 new cases in Clay County bringing the total to 760 with 314 active cases. In Jackson County, there are five new cases and one probable case bringing the total to 342 with 81 of those active. There are two new cases in Rockcastle County bringing the total to 317 with 38 of those active.

The Bell County Health Department reported 17 new cases bringing the county’s total to 1,045 with 97 of those active.

The Knox County Health Department reported 17 new cases with seven of those being children. This brings the county’s total to 1,043 with 198 of those active.

The Whitley County Health Department reported 26 new cases bringing the total to 1,106.

The Lawrence County Health Department reported four new cases bringing the total to 265 with 75 of those active.

The Johnson County Health Department reported 32 new cases with 16 of those residents at Mountain Manor. This brings the county’s total to 650 with 217 of those active.

The Harlan County Health Department reported 11 new cases bringing the county’s total to 745.

The Floyd County Health Department reported 52 new cases bringing the total to 834 with 305 of those active. The county has reported 352 cases since November 1st. Health officials also have an exposure warning saying if you were at the Prestonsburg Walmart on Monday, November 9th you could have come into contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.

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