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  Kentucky will end the remaining COVID-19 restrictions beginning June 11, Gov. Andy Beshear said on Friday. 

Vaccine.gov

  The Food and Drug Administration announced Monday that the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 may be given to children ages 12 to 15. Kentucky is preparing to make the vaccine available for children. 

Beshear Eyes Easing All Capacity Restrictions By July

May 7, 2021
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  Gov. Andy Beshear said he will relax some of the state’s pandemic-related capacity restrictions in three weeks.

Taylor Inman, WKMS / Fancy Farm

  A former Kentucky secretary of state and former state auditor will emcee this year’s Fancy Farm picnic in Graves County, known for charged speeches and zingers from politicians across the state. Picnic organizers are planning for a more normal event after last year’s gathering was scaled down due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

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This article is part of a special series produced by Murray State University students participating in an investigative reporting fellowship partnership with WKMS.

 

Dustin Wilcox

 

This article is part of a special series produced by Murray State University students participating in an investigative reporting fellowship partnership with WKMS.

Blake Farmer / WPLN

  Just a handful of patients who tested positive for COVID at Vanderbilt University Medical Center this year were fully vaccinated.

Hopkinsville Funeral Home Adds Drive-Through Window

Apr 28, 2021
Taylor's Funeral Home

  The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the lives of more than 6,400 Kentuckians. The grief has been intensified by health precautions that limit how many people can attend a funeral.

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  Beginning Tuesday, Kentucky’s mask mandate will no longer apply to outdoor events with fewer than 1,000 people. 

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  The Kentucky State Fair Board voted Thursday to move forward with plans to have the fair in August while preparing to make potential adjustments due to the pandemic.

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