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Coronavirus updates, October 21, 2020

Last updated:  1 day 5 hours ago
222

Confirmed cases

536

Estimated cases

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6

Deaths

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+1 303 yesterday
92K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 95K
123K

Estimated cases

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+1 193 yesterday
73K

Recovered

+17 yesterday
1,4K

Deaths

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+74 301 yesterday
8,7M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 8,8M
20,4M

Estimated cases

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+53 185 yesterday
5,7M

Recovered

+973 yesterday
228K

Deaths

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+478 132 yesterday
42M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 42,6M
102M

Estimated cases

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+273 730 yesterday
31,2M

Recovered

+6 470 yesterday
1,1M

Deaths

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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 20 172 339 2 631
Fayette County 10 048 85 3 109
Warren County 4 962 57 2 481 000
Kenton County 2 455 49 1 478
Madison County 2 217 13 2 400
Boone County 1 986 25 1 510
Daviess County 1 837 27 1 817
Hardin County 1 788 12 1 620
Christian County 1 751 27 2 443
Oldham County 1 370 26 2 271
Shelby County 1 312 24 3 118
Laurel County 1 307 7 2 154
Bullitt County 1 286 14 1 586
Henderson County 1 229 23 2 696
Campbell County 1 113 16 1 195
Scott County 1 034 17 2 192
Barren County 1 015 13 2 298
McCracken County 994 11 1 521
Hopkins County 963 42 2 137
Pulaski County 963 13 1 527
Muhlenberg County 928 13 3 016
Jessamine County 886 6 1 643
Calloway County 868 9 2 218
Graves County 854 29 2 289
Franklin County 809 14 1 592
Knox County 766 9 2 403
Pike County 749 3 1 152
Nelson County 740 4 1 614
Whitley County 737 6 2 068
Logan County 711 30 2 634
Bell County 631 17 2 375
Boyd County 612 20 1 296
Greenup County 580 8 1 645
Ohio County 572 9 2 375
Harlan County 565 13 2 139
Allen County 500 9 2 367
Union County 485 6 3 232
Grayson County 472 15 1 793
Perry County 461 9 1 606
Adair County 455 21 2 368
Clark County 455 11 1 255
Clay County 451 6 2 243
Taylor County 440 7 1 795
Marshall County 433 6 1 388
Jackson County 424 17 3 154
Boyle County 416 0 1 382
Butler County 394 16 3 085
Montgomery County 389 4 1 379
Marion County 367 10 1 891
Russell County 360 6 2 050
Woodford County 356 0 1 427
Meade County 339 3 1 181
Mercer County 327 6 1 502
Rowan County 324 1 1 389
Simpson County 321 8 1 853
Green County 319 8 2 887
Carter County 312 4 1 155
Casey County 307 15 1 932
Hart County 304 1 1 608
Knott County 303 2 2 003
Floyd County 301 4 840
Rockcastle County 295 1 1 730
Webster County 293 5 2 151
Lincoln County 291 18 1 181
Bourbon County 287 1 1 422
Letcher County 286 2 1 306
Todd County 274 11 2 199
Johnson County 269 2 1 202
Spencer County 269 0 1 577
Garrard County 269 3 1 532
Lewis County 266 15 2 006
Wayne County 257 1 1 235
Monroe County 257 4 2 398
Estill County 252 0 1 775
Harrison County 249 1 1 326
McCreary County 248 1 1 425
Henry County 245 2 1 521
Caldwell County 240 0 1 888
Anderson County 231 1 1 019
Trigg County 230 0 1 604
Larue County 227 1 1 587
Fulton County 224 3 3 660
Carroll County 214 5 1 993
Washington County 212 1 1 809
Clinton County 208 3 2 038
Breckinridge County 183 2 898
Metcalfe County 174 2 1 735
Edmonson County 170 12 1 385
Mason County 160 2 933
Crittenden County 154 1 1 727
McLean County 153 3 1 654
Martin County 148 3 1 307
Magoffin County 148 0 1 197
Fleming County 147 0 1 019
Powell County 133 0 1 054
Lawrence County 131 0 841
Cumberland County 125 0 1 877
Hancock County 124 1 1 416
Gallatin County 121 8 1 370
Leslie County 121 0 1 193
Livingston County 121 1 1 271
Owen County 115 3 1 061
Breathitt County 114 0 896
Pendleton County 112 0 753
Morgan County 107 0 802
Bath County 106 1 856
Hickman County 104 1 2 352
Nicholas County 103 1 1 437
Elliott County 101 0 1 345
Carlisle County 101 1 2 117
Lyon County 98 4 1 224
Trimble County 84 0 954
Menifee County 76 1 1 178
Owsley County 72 1 1 514
Ballard County 69 1 865
Bracken County 59 1 716
Wolfe County 58 0 789
Lee County 48 0 682
Robertson County 16 1 701

The figures of coronavirus cases in the U.S. still remain high. COVID-19 pandemic keeps all people on alert in Williamstown and today, the virus still covers the territory of Grant County. Its population density is informed to be 96 people per mi2 (37 people per km2) so the risk of being infected is below average. As for the state, the Kentucky officials mentioned about 92K coronavirus cases, an increase of 1,3K cases from yesterday.

Jefferson County and Fayette County counties are still the most-infected 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 inside and take care of ourselves. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

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