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Pandemic numbers continue to tick up, especially Covid-19 hospitalizations; 53 more deaths reported, raising recent average

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Pandemic numbers continue to tick up, especially Covid-19 hospitalizations; 53 more deaths reported, raising recent average Pandemic numbers continue to tick up, especially Covid-19 hospitalizations; 53 more deaths reported, raising recent average

Pandemic numbers continue to tick up, especially Covid-19 hospitalizations; 53 more deaths reported, raising recent average






State Dept. for Public Health map, adapted by Kentucky Health News; to enlarge, click on it.By Melissa Patrick
Kentucky Health News
As Kentucky heads into a cold Thanksgiving weekend that is sure to keep family gatherings indoors, the metrics to measure the coronavirus continue to go up: New cases and infection rates are up, the share of Kentuckians testing positive is up, and Covid-19 hospitalizations keep rising at an accelerating rate. 
Kentucky reported 2,142 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, raising the seven-day rolling average to 1,740, 2.7% higher than yesterday's 1,694. Of those, nearly 26% are in people 18 and younger.
The percentage of Kentuckians testing positive for the virus in the past seven days is 6.77%, up from 6.56% on Monday and 5.05% three weeks ago.
The state's seven-day infection rate is 32.49 daily cases per 100,000 residents, up from 31.54 on Monday. Counties with rates more than double that rate were Robertson, 135.5; Powell, 87.8; Magoffin, 79.9; Cumberland, 77.8; Bourbon, 75.1; Carroll, 72.6; and Bath, 66.3.
The number of counties with more than 25 daily cases per 100,000 people also keeps ticking up. The state infection map shows those counties in red to indicate the highest category of transmission. Today, 86 of the 120 counties are red, up from 81 Monday; 31 are in orange zone ("substantial" transmission) and only three are in the yellow ("moderate" transmission): Elliott, Lee and Wayne. 
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Publication date: 24-11-2021 16:06
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