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Coronavirus updates, October 26, 2020

Last updated:  1 day 3 hours ago
24

Confirmed cases

89

Estimated cases

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1

Deaths

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+1 771 yesterday
100K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 100K
128K

Estimated cases

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+1 589 yesterday
80K

Recovered

+18 yesterday
1,4K

Deaths

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+75 072 yesterday
9M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 9M
20,7M

Estimated cases

0
+44 140 yesterday
5,9M

Recovered

+1 039 yesterday
232K

Deaths

All confirmed cases New confirmed cases
All recovered New recovered
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+459 020 yesterday
44,2M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 44,2M
104,6M

Estimated cases

0
+269 522 yesterday
32,4M

Recovered

+7 023 yesterday
1,2M

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Kentucky state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Jefferson County 21 841 348 2 848
Fayette County 10 412 88 3 222
Warren County 5 135 57 2 567 500
Kenton County 2 627 49 1 582
Madison County 2 303 13 2 493
Boone County 2 125 25 1 616
Hardin County 1 956 13 1 772
Daviess County 1 952 29 1 931
Christian County 1 837 27 2 563
Shelby County 1 468 24 3 489
Oldham County 1 417 26 2 349
Bullitt County 1 398 14 1 724
Laurel County 1 393 7 2 296
Henderson County 1 295 25 2 840
Campbell County 1 220 16 1 310
Barren County 1 149 13 2 601
Scott County 1 117 18 2 368
McCracken County 1 114 12 1 705
Hopkins County 1 018 42 2 259
Pulaski County 987 13 1 565
Muhlenberg County 965 13 3 136
Calloway County 956 9 2 443
Jessamine County 952 9 1 766
Graves County 877 30 2 350
Nelson County 856 4 1 867
Franklin County 846 14 1 665
Knox County 826 9 2 591
Pike County 821 3 1 263
Whitley County 790 6 2 217
Logan County 757 31 2 805
Bell County 672 17 2 529
Boyd County 662 21 1 401
Greenup County 626 11 1 775
Ohio County 598 9 2 483
Harlan County 585 14 2 215
Allen County 544 11 2 576
Clark County 519 11 1 432
Perry County 517 9 1 801
Union County 507 6 3 378
Clay County 506 6 2 517
Grayson County 503 16 1 911
Adair County 495 21 2 576
Taylor County 486 7 1 983
Marshall County 466 7 1 494
Montgomery County 456 4 1 617
Jackson County 450 17 3 348
Boyle County 446 0 1 482
Marion County 436 10 2 247
Butler County 404 16 3 163
Hart County 386 1 2 042
Russell County 383 6 2 180
Woodford County 375 0 1 504
Meade County 375 3 1 306
Floyd County 367 4 1 024
Mercer County 358 6 1 644
Simpson County 347 8 2 003
Rowan County 341 1 1 461
Knott County 337 4 2 228
Green County 333 8 3 014
Carter County 333 4 1 233
Rockcastle County 331 2 1 941
Elliott County 330 0 4 395
Lincoln County 317 19 1 286
Casey County 315 15 1 983
Webster County 309 5 2 269
Bourbon County 309 1 1 531
Garrard County 308 4 1 754
Letcher County 303 2 1 384
Spencer County 301 1 1 764
Johnson County 298 2 1 331
Wayne County 284 1 1 365
Lewis County 280 16 2 112
Todd County 280 12 2 247
Monroe County 276 4 2 575
Henry County 270 2 1 676
Estill County 267 0 1 881
Harrison County 261 1 1 390
McCreary County 261 1 1 499
Caldwell County 255 0 2 006
Larue County 250 1 1 747
Grant County 247 6 983
Anderson County 245 1 1 081
Trigg County 241 0 1 681
Fulton County 234 3 3 824
Clinton County 231 3 2 263
Washington County 228 1 1 946
Carroll County 224 5 2 086
Breckinridge County 192 2 942
Metcalfe County 189 2 1 884
McLean County 189 3 2 043
Edmonson County 184 12 1 499
Martin County 182 3 1 607
Fleming County 179 0 1 240
Mason County 166 2 968
Crittenden County 162 1 1 817
Magoffin County 159 0 1 286
Lawrence County 147 0 944
Powell County 143 0 1 134
Hancock County 134 2 1 530
Cumberland County 134 0 2 012
Leslie County 128 1 1 262
Breathitt County 127 0 998
Gallatin County 126 8 1 427
Livingston County 124 1 1 303
Pendleton County 123 0 827
Morgan County 122 0 914
Hickman County 119 1 2 692
Owen County 119 3 1 098
Lee County 118 3 1 678
Bath County 118 1 953
Nicholas County 107 2 1 493
Lyon County 106 4 1 324
Carlisle County 103 1 2 159
Owsley County 91 1 1 914
Trimble County 86 0 976
Menifee County 81 1 1 256
Ballard County 72 1 902
Bracken County 71 1 862
Wolfe County 63 0 857

The U.S. government is all in on coronavirus. COVID-19 keeps all people on alert in Mount Olivet and today, the virus still spreads across Robertson County. Its population density is informed to be 23 people per mi2 (8 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. As for the state, the Kentucky officials announced about 100K cases of COVID-19, an increase of 1,8K cases from yesterday.

Jefferson County and Fayette County counties are still the most-affected counties in the state.

These figures don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our key thing is to stay home and take care of ourselves. You should not forget about protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
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