20 New Positive COVID-19 Cases Reported in Henderson County

On Thursday, there were 20 new positive cases of COVID-19 identified in Henderson County, in addition to 22 other new positive cases of the virus spread throughout the Green River District Health Department's seven-county district.

Posted: Apr 22, 2021 11:19 AM

The Green River District Health Department is reporting 42 new positive cases of COVID-19 throughout its seven-county district Thursday.

According to GRDHD, the county with the highest number of new positive COVID-19 cases Thursday was Henderson County, where 20 new positive cases of the virus were identified.

Here's a breakdown of all new positive COVID-19 cases reported by GRDHD Thursday:

  • Daviess County: 15 new cases
  • Hancock County: 1 new case
  • Henderson County: 20 new cases
  • McLean County: 1 new case
  • Ohio County: 3 new cases
  • Webster County: 2 new cases

According to GRDHD, 21,335 total positive cases of the virus have now been identified throughout the district to date.

With no new COVID-19 deaths reported in the district Thursday, the total number of COVID-19 deaths district-wide remained at 385.

Here's a more detailed breakdown of each county in the district:

The state of Kentucky is currently reporting 438,927 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 6,373 statewide deaths.

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