University stocks COVID testing kits in vending machines

University of California San Diego stocks vending machines full of COVID-19 tests.

  Beshear says Kentucky will be fastest state in US to vaccinate educators

Governor Andy Beshear said Monday that by the end of the first week in February all teachers in the state will have gotten the first dose of the COVID vaccine.

  US orders more COVID-19 vaccines as new travel rules begin

  New drug shows promise of protecting patients from COVID hospitalization

A diabetic cancer survivor from Spencer County is one of the latest patients to benefit from an infusion of Bamlanivimab.

  New initiative rolled out for child safety against COVID-19 as Louisville’s case numbers drop

Healthcare leaders are urging people to keep following COVID-19 safety protocols.

  ‘This is a sticky issue’: Crossing state lines for vaccine allowed but not recommended

Health department officials in southern Indiana are giving mixed messages when it comes to vaccine shopping.

  Single-dose COVID vaccine from Johnson & Johnson could help ease vaccination troubles

Doctors who have been following the vaccine studies believe it to be promising and could be a game changer.

  Pandemic knocks down another Louisville restaurant

The smell of BBQ and roast will no longer flow out the doors of a Germantown restaurant.

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  JCPS tackling bus driver shortage before return to in-person learning

The president of Teamsters Local 783, the JCPS bus driver union, said the district is at least 175 drivers short.

  Antibody infusion shows promising results for coronavirus patients

The BAM infusion uses antibodies to target the protein on COVID particles.

  Louisville’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout a case of supply vs. demand

Vaccination centers throughout the city have seen more people willing to take the shot than they have vaccines available.

  COVID cases drop, vaccine booster tested

COVID-19 cases are now plateauing across most of the US, but new variants of the virus are out there.

  UK health secretary says new COVID variant may be more deadly

The COVID-19 variant first discovered in the UK possibly has an increased mortality rate.

  Louisville doctor echoes Fauci’s concern over UK COVID strain

The country’s top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said the new strain could be even deadlier than once thought.

  COVID-19 infection rates dropping, vaccines stalling

  First 100 days: COVID, exec orders, impeachment

  New line speeds up vaccinations at Baptist Health Floyd

A new step to make the COVID-19 vaccination process faster and smoother kicked off at Baptist Health Floyd on Monday.

  Double-Masking: Doctors urge more protection against new COVID-19 mutation

Until a COVID-19 vaccine is available to the general public, some doctors have recommended upgrading or doubling down on masks to prevent a disastrous surge.

  New cases of COVID-19 variants causing sickness in athletics

The much more contagious COVID strains already are posing a threat to sports and group activities.

  Health officials calling for more people of color to volunteer at mass vaccination site

Manson says representation may be a key factor in getting minority communities to get the vaccine.

  Mexican president tests positive for COVID-19

  Medical expert believes UK COVID variant could be more lethal

Health experts thought the UK variant of COVID-19 just spread faster, now data shows it could also be more deadly.

  States struggle as demand for COVID-19 vaccine outpaces supply

  Lack of vaccines becoming an issue in Kentucky as more recipients become eligible

In Kentucky, the supply of vaccines is becoming an issue, especially since the state’s Phase 1B vaccine plan has expanded.

  Concerns grow in the new year on pandemic evictions

Protesters want more help before they say thousands of people end up homeless.

  COVID-19 vaccine second doses may be scheduled up to 6 weeks later, according to CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance about when a person should get the coronavirus vaccine’s second dose.

  Multiple date changes a recurring theme for couples marrying during pandemic

The fourth time’s the charm. That’s how bride Kristina Johns sums up her 2021 wedding now set for February, and her reception that’s been moved to August.

  Beshear: ‘We don’t have the supply’ of vaccines

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said the state has the systems in place to distribute 250,000 vaccines per week, but without the supply, it is just not possible.

  Louisville airport slowly recovering from COVID-19 impacts

The airport was coming off a record year in 2019 when the pandemic began.

  Louisville’s top health official says to get COVID tested weekly

Dr. Sarah Moyer said this week there is more COVID-19 in the area than in November.