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Coronavirus updates, September 24, 2021

Last updated:  18 hours ago
+37 yesterday
3,6K

Confirmed cases

3,6K

Estimated cases

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0 yesterday
26

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+4 090 yesterday
670K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 677K
756K

Estimated cases

0
+4 046 yesterday
662K

Recovered

+44 yesterday
8,5K

Deaths

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+127 463 yesterday
43,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 43,8M
62,8M

Estimated cases

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+85 671 yesterday
33M

Recovered

+1 974 yesterday
703K

Deaths

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+517 150 yesterday
231,6M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 232,1M
423,7M

Estimated cases

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+492 943 yesterday
208,3M

Recovered

+8 707 yesterday
4,7M

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 108 251 1 469 14 118
Fayette County 48 053 357 14 870
Warren County 23 921 218 11 960 500
Kenton County 21 310 236 12 833
Boone County 18 281 174 13 898
Hardin County 16 330 214 14 798
Daviess County 15 481 237 15 312
Madison County 14 285 127 15 465
Laurel County 12 347 104 20 351
Campbell County 11 339 88 12 173
Bullitt County 11 012 104 13 583
Pike County 9 624 147 14 801
Oldham County 9 526 89 15 793
McCracken County 9 389 155 14 368
Pulaski County 9 369 146 14 857
Christian County 9 362 118 13 062
Whitley County 7 556 71 21 203
Boyd County 7 549 90 15 980
Nelson County 7 512 72 16 384
Henderson County 7 409 90 16 251
Barren County 7 368 117 16 679
Jessamine County 7 347 85 13 626
Scott County 7 244 40 15 356
Hopkins County 7 229 180 16 040
Graves County 6 840 116 18 329
Knox County 6 502 49 20 393
Shelby County 6 493 95 15 432
Floyd County 6 378 87 17 793
Franklin County 6 305 68 12 408
Greenup County 5 723 68 16 227
Perry County 5 379 76 18 734
Bell County 5 338 78 20 091
Muhlenberg County 4 978 82 16 176
Boyle County 4 974 80 16 525
Clay County 4 887 53 24 307
Calloway County 4 850 57 12 393
Taylor County 4 756 70 19 403
Logan County 4 703 77 17 426
Marshall County 4 697 75 15 059
Harlan County 4 682 102 17 729
Clark County 4 644 32 12 811
Carter County 4 138 50 15 324
Montgomery County 4 105 38 14 555
Grayson County 4 056 74 15 410
Mercer County 3 968 61 18 224
Ohio County 3 919 71 16 270
Lincoln County 3 759 72 15 253
Marion County 3 590 40 18 501
Allen County 3 442 61 16 296
Johnson County 3 428 43 15 313
Letcher County 3 373 54 15 403
Hart County 3 244 58 17 159
Woodford County 3 094 25 12 406
Rowan County 3 088 25 13 234
Meade County 3 079 30 10 723
Russell County 3 078 52 17 523
McCreary County 2 955 42 16 975
Simpson County 2 951 47 17 031
Bourbon County 2 857 23 14 155
Harrison County 2 842 29 15 135
Rockcastle County 2 838 25 16 639
Anderson County 2 789 34 12 306
Adair County 2 770 62 14 416
Morgan County 2 736 6 20 502
Wayne County 2 711 54 13 026
Spencer County 2 594 28 15 204
Breckinridge County 2 469 24 12 110
Garrard County 2 427 40 13 821
Casey County 2 414 46 15 194
Mason County 2 356 49 13 738
Jackson County 2 340 46 17 408
Union County 2 340 25 15 593
Henry County 2 287 23 14 200
Webster County 2 267 31 16 643
Larue County 2 248 36 15 713
Lawrence County 2 247 35 14 431
Powell County 2 220 17 17 601
Washington County 2 181 42 18 614
Butler County 2 164 29 16 943
Lewis County 2 163 51 16 316
Knott County 2 114 29 13 976
Monroe County 2 083 52 19 435
Caldwell County 2 018 44 15 871
Magoffin County 1 958 18 15 839
Estill County 1 949 12 13 727
Green County 1 944 21 17 594
Leslie County 1 932 12 19 048
Fleming County 1 928 26 13 359
Lyon County 1 820 25 22 724
Breathitt County 1 808 17 14 207
Clinton County 1 790 32 17 539
Trigg County 1 748 20 12 191
Metcalfe County 1 736 36 17 308
Pendleton County 1 696 12 11 400
Carroll County 1 688 21 15 721
Martin County 1 681 29 14 846
Lee County 1 654 29 23 518
Todd County 1 565 29 12 560
Bath County 1 435 24 11 588
Edmonson County 1 428 26 11 634
McLean County 1 309 34 14 148
Hancock County 1 283 16 14 649
Elliott County 1 252 2 16 676
Owen County 1 231 16 11 355
Livingston County 1 221 37 12 827
Gallatin County 1 116 36 12 636
Trimble County 1 079 9 12 249
Wolfe County 1 072 8 14 575
Crittenden County 992 30 11 127
Cumberland County 976 15 14 657
Bracken County 973 8 11 810
Nicholas County 953 14 13 299
Owsley County 851 16 17 897
Menifee County 775 19 12 014
Fulton County 674 16 11 013
Ballard County 606 16 7 595
Carlisle County 590 11 12 366
Hickman County 516 17 11 672
Robertson County 301 15 13 190

COVID-19 has claimed tens of thousands of American lives in the U.S. COVID-19 pandemic keeps all people on alert in Williamstown and today, the invisible enemy still spreads across Grant County. Its population density is considered 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 announced about 670K cases of COVID-19, an increase of 4,1K cases from yesterday.

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

These rates don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our aim is to stay inside and take care of ourselves. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

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