On Thursday, Sept. 10, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said 22 more Kentuckians had died from COVID-19, also adding that one of the deaths reported in the state was a 76-year-old woman from Daviess County, Kentucky.
The new COVID-19 deaths reported in Kentucky on Thursday brought the total number of Kentuckians confirmed to have lost their lives to the virus to 1,026.
Gov. Beshear Addresses Kentuckians on COVID-19 Deaths
Beshear also gave a direct address to Kentuckians on the state of the pandemic, after Wednesday's update marked over 1,000 total COVID-19 deaths in the state.
Additionally, Beshear and the Kentucky State Police Honor Guard held a special ceremony paying tribute to the over 1,000 Kentuckians whose lives have been lost to COVID-19.
A full report on COVID-19 in Kentucky from the state health department for Sept. 10 can be found by clicking here.