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2 January 21,2021 News Outlook COMMUNITY -* New coronavirus cases for the week 7-day period Jan. 13 — 19, 2021: ‘- Gateway District to- tal: 241 (down 57 frbm last week) Bath County: 31 (down 20) ~-- Elliott County: 29 (up 10) '- Menifee County; 32 (up 13) , Morgan County: 55 (up 16, and including some cases from EKCC) Rowan County: 84 (down 86, and includes 11 cases associated with MSU) ' a * The Gateway Health District has reported oVer 200 cases most Weeks since early No- Vember 2020. The week before Christmas report- ed 190 cases. . * Officials at Eastern Kentucky Correctional Weekly "Gateway Coronavirus Update NEW CASES APPEARED PIATEAU AFTER HOLIDAY SURGE Complex in West Liberty are still dealing with an outbreak among inmates and staff. As of Tuesday, state records reported 1013 active inmate cases (over 52 percent of the population) and 62 staff cases. - * An outbreak at Edge- wood Estates NUrsing Home in Frenchburg , appears to have been brought under control, with no new cases being reported in the past two weeks. * Local school district self-reported cases (as of Jan. 19): - Bath, no new cases reported, no students or staff in quarantine Elliott, 9 new student cases, and 2 staff and 2 students in quarantine Menifee, no new cas? es reported, no students or staff in quarantine ‘- Morgan, 1 new stu- dent case and 1 new staff case, 15 students and 5 staff in quarantine Rowan, 9 new student cases and 1 new staff case, 9 students and 2 staff in quarantine * Statewide, reported new cases remain at near very high levels but ap- peared to have eased off from last week’s record totals. The statewide new case total for Jan. 6 — 13 was 28,025, and for this past 7-day period, 22,305. The positivity rate has declined slightly in the past Week, from 12.29 on Jan. 13, to 11.55 on Jan. 19. . . * Gov. Andy Beshear and Public Health Com- missioner Dr. Steven Stack expressed frustra- tion at their daily news brief on Tuesday at the limited amount of coro- navirus vaccines the state has received. “I am confident that in Ken- SUBSCRIBE .- TODAY! CALL 606-674- 9994. tucky if we had unlimited vaccine, we could eas- ily immunize 200,000 to 250,000 people a week, if not more today, ifwe had enough vaccine,” said Dr. Stack. “We get about 54,000 doses per week approximately, and that’s all we can do.” * Incoming US Presi- dent Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris attended a som- ber memorial in Wash- ington, D. C. on Tuesday evening remembering the 400,000 people in the United States whose deaths are attributed to the coronavirus. In Kentucky 3194 deaths have been attributed to the coronavirus as of Tuesday. Deaths in the Gateway Health District: Bath, 9; Elliott, 1; Me- nifee, 3; Morgan, 0; and Rowan, 3.. Get treated. Net seated. {‘1 SEEK?“ TRIM?“ The $175,000.00 cash will be paid to the person(s) who first provide(s) evidence* of anyone who proVided Fglse Testimony or false evidence pertaining to the Hickory Pointe property case in the United States District Court case of Blue rass Dutch Trust vs Rowan Count Fiscal Court, et al, beginning on, February 16, 2016, or evidence* of corruption in the conduct of that case in the Ashland, Kentucky court, or in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, Ohio. Your privacy will be protected, and if your testimony is required in either court, or before a Federal Grand Jug, they can provide identity protection If requured. “IF YOU KNOW THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS CASE, BUT YOU CONTINUE TO DELAY/DENY JUSTICE, IT CAN PUSH PUNITIVES TO HUGE LEVELS” ' ' “w n” b tili ' False Testimon i n win ' U.S.D.C. admissable e p. w “1.5 BULL” SOMETHING NEW“ AT THE cAISLE M‘ERURY :We ca For,CaSe, liver, Farmall, Allis Chalmers tractors and more! We will be adding more in the near future continue to Watch‘for advertisements of new items coming soon. “canr‘859-289-6425 , Thg False Testimony was gagging. Check out more inventory on ww w.mi1is]:lu’ritagc/iu'ui lmuwm 606-763-9048 5895 US 68 May’s Lick, KY Hours: Mon-Sat 9am to 5pm - Closed Thursday & Sunday GREAT SELECTION OF STORAGE BUILDINGS Guaranteed Lowest Prices in the Area New 2 Story Cabin 16’x40’ Garages Variety of Sizes & Styles Cabin 14’x36’