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2 - March‘04, 2021 By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com * In the five-county Gate- way District Health Depart- ment, the number of new COVID-19 cases rose slight- ly over the previous seven day period. From Feb. Mar. 2, the total number of new cases reported in the district was 80, up 13 from the previous period Feb. 17 - 23. The county-by-county breakdown of news cases 1s: Bath, 15 new cases (up from last week) Elliott, 6 (+4) - Menifee, 6 (+1) Morgan, 13 (+10) - Rowan, 40 (no change) * Statewide, both total new cases numbers and the positivity rate were down, marking the seventh straight week of declining numbers. During the same period, the number of cases dropped from 8312 (Feb. 17 23) to 7222 (Feb. — Mar. 2). The positivity rate dropped from 5.9 percent on Feb. to 4.76 on Mar. 2 * Last Thursday, Gov. Andy Beshear announced 119 new vaccination sites, which brings the state’s to- tal to 410. A complete list- ing of those sites can be found at https://g0vstatus. egov.com/kentucky-vac- cine-map * Vaccination sites opened to Kentuckians in Phase 1C on March 1. Phase 1C includes anyone 1 over age 60, anyone age 16 years and older with high risk conditions, and essen- tial workers. So far 845,695 ‘ Kentuckians have received at least a first dose of a vac- cine. On Monday, Gov. Bes- hear announced that, be- cause of declining numbers, Your HometoWn Newspaper COMMUNITY , Weekly Gateway Coronavirus Update ' SLIGHT RlSE IN NEW LOCAL COVID-19 CASES THIS WEEK 18 industries-can increase their seating capacity to 60 percent (details elsewhere in this edition). He also an- nounced that if the declin- ing trend continues, day- cares can return to regular capacity on March 15. * He also announced that the first Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses will be arriv- ing in the state this week and delivered to indepen- dent pharmacies. * Beshear also an- nounced that announced the state will conduct an audit to ensure every Ken- tuckian lost to COVID-19 is counted. * To sign up for COV- 1D-19 vaccinations through Gateway District Health De- partment, visit wwwgdhd. org/covid-19 and follow the instructions for each mem- ber county health depart- ment. * You can also call your local health department to get on the vaccine waiting list Bath County Health Department, 6066742731; Menifee County Health Department, 606768-2151;‘ and Rowan County Health Department, 606784-8954 Local Regional Vaccina- tions Centers are: St. Claire HealthCare, Morehead . Kings Daughters Family Care, Grayson — Buffalo Trace Dis- trict Health Department, Maysville - Morgan County ARH, West liberty Newly announced Kroger vaccination sites are located at Morehead, 300 Kroger Center; and Mt Sterling, 810 Indian Mound Drive. * By answering a series of questions on the new vac- cine.ky.gov website, which is protected and secure, Kentuckians can determine if they are currently eligible for a vaccine and if so will be directed to a map that shows available vaccine! sites across the state. As vaccine supplies increase, more sites will be added to the map and announced. In addition to the Find a Vaccine website, a new ho- tline is open to help Ken- tuckians who do not have access to the internet or a computer or need addition- al assistance. The hotline - 855-598-2246 or ’ITY 855- 3264654 (for hard-of-hear- ing Kentuckians) — is avail- Ge’t treated. Neat aerated. News Outlook able 8 am. to 7 pm. 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