Kentucky

Overview

Total KY Vaccinations Administered

Total
2,587,355
April 12
+15,383

New KY Cases

April 12
+267
Trend
Flat

New KY Deaths

April 12
+7
Trend
Flat

Total KY Cases

Confirmed cases
433,352
Deaths
6,257

Tests in KY

Positive-Test Rate
0%

County Trends: Cases

Rising
29
Falling
48
Flat
43

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Cases New cases yesterday Deaths
Jefferson 77,563 59 1,125
Harlan 2,670 31 81
Lincoln 2,241 13 45
Daviess 10,315 12 177
Caldwell 1,429 12 29
Boone 13,344 11 110
Whitley 4,698 9 47
Madison 9,094 8 108
Laurel 6,430 8 66
Knox 3,329 8 34
Warren 15,381 7 166
Graves 4,082 6 90
Henderson 4,553 5 68
Greenup 3,485 5 54
Livingston 812 5 20
Wolfe 477 5 5
Kenton 15,836 4 165
Boyd 4,835 4 72
Bell 3,001 4 50
Logan 2,724 4 64
Clark 2,700 4 28
Morgan 2,149 4 3
Grayson 2,097 4 51
Simpson 1,993 4 35
Lawrence 1,378 4 20
Hardin 9,386 3 147
Campbell 8,243 3 69
Nelson 4,786 3 51
Scott 4,756 3 32
Barren 4,316 3 88
Calloway 3,462 3 49
Clay 2,603 3 39
Carter 2,209 3 32
Johnson 1,876 3 31
Powell 1,135 3 10
Bath 856 3 20
Crittenden 620 3 19
Pulaski 6,125 2 93
Pike 5,409 2 85
Franklin 3,923 2 46
Marion 2,226 2 37
Grant 2,205 2 16
Woodford 2,089 2 19
Letcher 1,852 2 42
Harrison 1,635 2 22
Rockcastle 1,452 2 20
Fleming 1,134 2 21
Metcalfe 1,014 2 25
Hancock 851 2 15
Trimble 662 2 7
Nicholas 512 2 8
Bullitt 6,877 1 71
Christian 6,635 1 100
Shelby 4,521 1 69
Hopkins 4,281 1 143
Boyle 3,324 1 69
Floyd 3,274 1 62
Perry 2,581 1 63
Adair 1,804 1 53
Union 1,317 1 15
Lee 1,260 1 23
Lewis 1,158 1 32
Knott 1,127 1 22
Carroll 980 1 19
Owsley 487 1 12
Robertson 206 1 14
Muhlenberg 2,872 0 58
Ohio 2,404 0 53
Wayne 2,140 0 43
Meade 1,967 0 22
Hart 1,925 0 45
Anderson 1,694 0 19
Mason 1,552 0 34
Clinton 1,433 0 30
Butler 1,415 0 24
Washington 1,401 0 36
Henry 1,311 0 11
Monroe 1,293 0 40
Larue 1,287 0 25
Jackson 1,286 0 32
Webster 1,208 0 19
Green 1,187 0 15
Todd 1,054 0 25
Martin 994 0 20
Pendleton 994 0 3
Breathitt 991 0 8
Magoffin 918 0 14
Edmonson 881 0 21
Leslie 876 0 6
McLean 862 0 26
Cumberland 692 0 9
Gallatin 688 0 26
Owen 643 0 12
Fulton 499 0 14
Carlisle 460 0 8
Menifee 439 0 15
Ballard 385 0 8
Hickman 349 0 10
Marshall 2,687 -1 54
Montgomery 2,489 -1 30
Mercer 2,478 -1 47
Allen 1,995 -1 36
Russell 1,785 -1 42
Bourbon 1,640 -1 14
Garrard 1,477 -1 32
Breckinridge 1,166 -1 13
Elliott 948 -1 2
Bracken 561 -1 7
McCracken 6,263 -2 118
Taylor 2,964 -2 42
Rowan 2,131 -2 17
McCreary 1,930 -2 29
Spencer 1,542 -2 18
Trigg 1,212 -2 14
Estill 1,051 -2 11
Jessamine 4,426 -3 60
Lyon 1,500 -3 19
Oldham 7,369 -4 82
Fayette 34,552 -5 282
Casey 1,292 -13 34

Timeline: The Race to Vaccinate

Biden directs states to make everyone eligible for vaccines by April 19 and sets new goal of 200 million doses in 100 days.

UPDATES
4/9/2021
White House rebuffs call to send more vaccine doses to certain states
4/9/2021
Two vaccine sites close after adverse reactions to Johnson & Johnson shot
CBS
4/9/2021
Of more than 700,000 fully vaccinated Oregonians, 168 tested positive for COVID and 3 died
3/25/2021
California to open vaccinations to everyone 16 and older
3/23/2021
Texas opens COVID-19 vaccine to everyone 16 and older on March 29
3/22/2021
Tennessee to expand vaccine eligibility to younger residents
3/18/2021
With the U.S. closing in on the goal of injecting 100 million vaccinations weeks ahead of Biden's target date, the White House announced U.S. in position to help supply neighbors Canada and Mexico with millions of lifesaving shots
3/18/2021
EU regulator finds AstraZeneca vaccine ‘safe and effective’ after 13 countries suspended its use
BBC
3/15/2021
Germany, Italy, France to halt AstraZeneca shots, further hitting EU vaccination campaign
3/11/2021
Biden says U.S. will beat his 100 million-shot goal, make all adults vaccine-eligible by May 1

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.