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John Minton says although his term doesn’t expire until Jan. 1, 2023, he wanted to announce his intentions early.
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Hospitals in other states are offering up to four times Kentucky's hourly wage for nurses. 
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The number of treatments the state receives varies from week to week and is dependent upon a variety of factors, including the percentage of antibodies used from the previous week's shipment.
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The International Center of Kentucky is seeking monetary donations, gently used clothing and furniture, as well as new mattresses, box springs, and other bedding items for the refugees' apartments. 
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The federal government suspended enhanced unemployment benefits on Sept. 6, and with people losing that extra $300 a week, that could send more looking for work.
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In Central City, there are concerns about the community being a super-spreader of the delta variant following the death of local resident Brent Yonts, a former state representative, from COVID-19.
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The measure keeps universal masking in place for up to 270 days, although it can be withdrawn if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Kentucky Department for Public Health relaxes recommendations for schools. 
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students in school wearing masks
For thousands of people in Kentucky, the highly effective COVID-19 vaccines have allowed life to return to mostly normal. But for “long haulers” like Army Staff Sgt. Noah Cole, who contracted COVID before vaccines were widely available, the devastating impact on his health threatens to destroy his dream of a military career.
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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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