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Christian County,

Christian County Clerk’s Office reinstating pandemic measures

With Christian County red again on the COVID-19 incidence rate map, the Christian County Clerk’s Office is reinstating pandemic measures. County Clerk Mike Kem says those needing to conduct business at the clerk’s office will need to enter the front door of the courthouse on Main Street and a mask is also required again, regardless of vaccination status.
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Christian County,

Christian Co. turns ‘red’ on state COVID incidence rate map

Christian County is once again ‘red’ on the state COVID-19 incidence rate map, as Kentucky gained another 2,583 cases Wednesday. Along with that spike in cases, the positivity rate jumped above 10 percent for the first time in months, now at 10.08 percent. There were also 10 newly reported deaths in the state, putting the death toll since the pandemic began at 7,362—to date, roughly 2.3 million Kentuckians have been vaccinated against the virus.
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Christian County,

Order Issued Requiring Masks At Christian County Justice Center

All staff and visitors at the Christian County Justice Center are now required to wear masks in consideration of public safety due to the increase of new COVID-19 cases in the county. All the District and Circuit Court judges in Christian County signed an order Wednesday requiring all employees interacting...
Todd County,

Twelve new COVID cases in Todd County

The Todd County Health Department reported 12 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday. They are nine adults and three minors, all healing at home with varying symptoms. Four of the patients are connected to a church outbreak and only two of the new cases are vaccinated individuals. Public Health Director Jen...
Todd County,

Todd Co. gains seven COVID cases

Todd County reported seven new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday and Trigg had six. All of Todd County’s are unvaccinated and healing at home and no information was provided on the Trigg County patients.
Todd County,

Todd Co. reports 21 new COVID-19 cases

Todd County has its worst day for new COVID-19 cases in months Monday with 21. They are 18 adults and three minors and one of the adults is hospitalized with severe symptoms. Only three of the new cases are vaccinated. Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be available at the Todd County Health Department Tuesday through Thursday of this week.