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Coronavirus updates, October 24, 2020

Last updated:  22 hours ago
+17 yesterday
489

Confirmed cases

804

Estimated cases

0
0 yesterday
9

Deaths

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+1 449 yesterday
95K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 96K
125K

Estimated cases

0
+1 338 yesterday
76K

Recovered

+16 yesterday
1,4K

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
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+81 214 yesterday
8,8M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 8,9M
20,5M

Estimated cases

0
+42 860 yesterday
5,7M

Recovered

+903 yesterday
230K

Deaths

All confirmed cases New confirmed cases
All recovered New recovered
All deaths New deaths
+490 537 yesterday
42,9M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 43,2M
103M

Estimated cases

0
+241 475 yesterday
31,6M

Recovered

+6 541 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 20 747 347 2 706
Fayette County 10 245 87 3 170
Warren County 5 058 57 2 529 000
Kenton County 2 495 49 1 503
Madison County 2 268 13 2 455
Boone County 2 027 25 1 541
Daviess County 1 887 29 1 866
Hardin County 1 871 13 1 695
Christian County 1 786 27 2 492
Oldham County 1 389 26 2 303
Shelby County 1 359 24 3 230
Laurel County 1 353 7 2 230
Bullitt County 1 316 14 1 623
Henderson County 1 265 24 2 775
Campbell County 1 139 16 1 223
Barren County 1 084 13 2 454
Scott County 1 075 18 2 279
McCracken County 1 031 12 1 578
Hopkins County 984 42 2 183
Pulaski County 969 13 1 537
Muhlenberg County 944 13 3 068
Jessamine County 914 7 1 695
Calloway County 896 9 2 290
Graves County 865 29 2 318
Franklin County 824 14 1 622
Nelson County 796 4 1 736
Pike County 786 3 1 209
Knox County 785 9 2 462
Whitley County 761 6 2 135
Logan County 731 31 2 709
Bell County 660 17 2 484
Boyd County 632 21 1 338
Greenup County 592 10 1 679
Ohio County 585 9 2 429
Harlan County 579 13 2 192
Allen County 518 11 2 452
Union County 496 6 3 305
Grayson County 488 15 1 854
Clay County 482 6 2 397
Clark County 475 11 1 310
Adair County 471 21 2 451
Taylor County 457 7 1 864
Marshall County 450 7 1 443
Jackson County 435 17 3 236
Boyle County 431 0 1 432
Montgomery County 414 4 1 468
Marion County 403 10 2 077
Butler County 396 16 3 101
Russell County 367 6 2 089
Woodford County 363 0 1 456
Meade County 360 3 1 254
Hart County 349 1 1 846
Mercer County 337 6 1 548
Simpson County 335 8 1 933
Rowan County 330 1 1 414
Green County 326 8 2 950
Floyd County 325 4 907
Knott County 319 4 2 109
Carter County 319 4 1 181
Rockcastle County 315 2 1 847
Casey County 311 15 1 957
Lincoln County 305 18 1 238
Webster County 297 5 2 180
Bourbon County 296 1 1 467
Letcher County 295 2 1 347
Johnson County 284 2 1 269
Spencer County 284 0 1 665
Garrard County 283 3 1 612
Todd County 276 12 2 215
Lewis County 273 15 2 059
Wayne County 271 1 1 302
Monroe County 264 4 2 463
Estill County 259 0 1 824
Harrison County 258 1 1 374
Henry County 255 2 1 583
McCreary County 251 1 1 442
Caldwell County 249 0 1 958
Trigg County 239 0 1 667
Anderson County 239 1 1 055
Larue County 237 1 1 657
Fulton County 228 3 3 725
Grant County 227 6 904
Washington County 217 1 1 852
Clinton County 216 3 2 116
Carroll County 214 5 1 993
Breckinridge County 187 2 917
Metcalfe County 183 2 1 825
Edmonson County 178 12 1 450
Martin County 167 3 1 475
McLean County 167 3 1 805
Mason County 166 2 968
Fleming County 166 0 1 150
Crittenden County 161 1 1 806
Magoffin County 152 0 1 230
Powell County 139 0 1 102
Lawrence County 137 0 880
Cumberland County 130 0 1 952
Hancock County 126 2 1 439
Leslie County 125 1 1 232
Gallatin County 123 8 1 393
Livingston County 122 1 1 282
Breathitt County 117 0 919
Owen County 116 3 1 070
Bath County 114 1 921
Morgan County 114 0 854
Pendleton County 113 0 760
Elliott County 110 0 1 465
Hickman County 109 1 2 466
Lyon County 105 4 1 311
Nicholas County 104 2 1 451
Carlisle County 101 1 2 117
Lee County 85 2 1 209
Trimble County 84 0 954
Owsley County 82 1 1 725
Menifee County 78 1 1 209
Ballard County 69 1 865
Bracken County 66 1 801
Wolfe County 59 0 802
Robertson County 17 1 745

Many countries have identified cases of the new infection including the United States. COVID-19 keeps all people on alert in Viper and today, the virus still spreads across Perry County. Its population density is considered to be 84 people per mi2 (32 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. As for the state, the Kentucky officials announced about 95K confirmed cases, an increase of 1,4K cases from yesterday.

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

These numbers 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 be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

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