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Beshear thinks case numbers may be stabilizing, but expresses concern about hospitalizations; 200 schools haven't reported yet

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Beshear thinks case numbers may be stabilizing, but expresses concern about hospitalizations; 200 schools haven't reported yet Beshear thinks case numbers may be stabilizing, but expresses concern about hospitalizations; 200 schools haven't reported yet

Beshear thinks case numbers may be stabilizing, but expresses concern about hospitalizations; 200 schools haven't reported yet






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By Lisa GillespieKentucky Health News
After announcing 776 new cases of the coronavirus Tuesday, Gov. Andy Beshear was cautiously hopeful that the number could signal the beginning of a stabilization because it was lower than last Tuesday's, when the state had 1,054 new cases.
However, he cautioned that Monday's and Tuesday's combined total were within 100 of last week's numbers.
?We?ve been on this escalation and we want to watch to see if we?re seeing any stabilization," Beshear said at his daily briefing. "Obviously it is early, but it's something that we had hoped for and I believe that if we see it, it?s because we have more people out there doing the right thing.?  The governor also expressed "some concern" about a rise in covid-19 hospitalizations, intensive-care and ventilator patients compared to two weeks ago, reporting 704 hospitalizations Tuesday, up from 589 two weeks ago; 170 people in intensive care, up from 129; and 90 on ventilators, up from 81. He said hospital capacity isn't threatened.
The share of people in Kentucky testing positive for the virus in the past seven days is also creeping up, although it continues to be under 5 percent. It was 4.59% Tuesday. 
Health Commissioner Steven Stack announced that the state is changing the way it computes the rate. Instead of using test information from electronic, phone and fax submissions, starti...
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Publication date: 16-10-2020 16:06
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