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Western Kentucky Counties See Almost 1,000 New Positive COVID-19 Cases

In the Green River District Health Department's western Kentucky district, nearly 1,000 new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported on Tuesday.

Posted: Sep 14, 2021 11:19 AM
Updated: Sep 14, 2021 1:14 PM

The Green River District Health Department said Tuesday that 957 new positive cases of COVID-19 had been identified in its seven-county western Kentucky district.

In addition to those new positive cases reported Tuesday, GRDHD said that six new COVID-19 deaths had also been identified.

Here's a breakdown of the new COVID-19 cases and deaths reported in the district Tuesday:

  • Daviess County: 434 new positive cases, 3 new deaths
  • Hancock County: 50 new positive cases
  • Henderson County: 161 new positive cases
  • McLean County: 37 new positive cases, 1 new death
  • Ohio County: 162 new positive cases, 2 new deaths
  • Union County: 48 new positive cases
  • Webster County: 65 new positive cases

GRDHD says 32,165 positive cases of COVID-19 have now been reported throughout the district to date, as have 473 total COVID-19 deaths.

Here's where each county in the GRDHD area currently stands:

The state of Kentucky is currently reporting 630,356 total cases of COVID-19 and 8,071 statewide deaths.

Evansville
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Owensboro
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Madisonville
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Jasper
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Sure, yesterday's passing cold front and lingering rainfall made for a cooler-than average, fall-like day across the Tri-State - today on the other hand, was a bit more summer-like. The core of high pressure flowing in behind that cold front has now settled to our east and is actively pumping southerly winds, more heat and gulf humidity back into the Ohio valley. As a result, temperatures pushed back into the mid 80s for the majority of the region; the added humidity even made it feel a few degrees hotter as well. As for the rest of the evening, conditions will remain dry with temperatures gradually falling from 80° around dinnertime into the mid to low 70s by 10PM. The combination of added cloud cover overnight and those aforementioned southerly winds will help keep temperatures mild tonight - we'll only dip as low as 67° early Friday morning in the River City.
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