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One goal is to do repairs that allow older adults to “age in place” instead of going to a nursing home.
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Ninety-eight percent of those who said they will get the vaccine said they trust their own doctor.
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According to a count from the Southern Poverty Law Center, 168 Confederate symbols came down in 2020, but 704 monuments are still standing.
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As many Americans wait to get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, a nurse at Ft. Campbell is reflecting on what it was like to recently get her second dose.
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nurse Amber Givens
If flu vaccination rates are any predictor, not nearly enough Kentuckians will get the COVID-19 vaccine to achieve herd immunity.
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Mike Clark, head of the University of Kentucky’s Center for Business and Economic Research, said while the jobless rate has returned to pre-pandemic levels, it doesn’t indicate the state’s economy has returned to normal.
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Visiting will occur in an area close to the main entrance, not in residents' rooms. Visitors will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms or contacts, required to wear masks and required to stay six feet from the resident.
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nursing home parade
Some civil rights advocates are concerned that locating the statue at the historic site won’t add to a fair representation of Kentucky’s past — or present. A date has not been set to move the statue to Fairview.
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Evans Orchard and Cider Mill in Georgetown claims state and local public health officials have been slow to provide reopening guidance to the agritourism industry.
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Distilleries are expected to welcome visitors on June 8 with several safety precautions in place. Recommendations include the use of masks and gloves for employees, plastic barriers, disposable cups and glasses, and social distancing.
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