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|Key Titles and Phrases||Count||Lang||Last Seen|
|democratic attorney general||13.79%||EN||09/15/201715/09/2017|
|state attorney general||4.31%||EN||06/01/201701/06/2017|
|current attorney general||1.72%||EN||09/30/201630/09/2016|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||4.33%|
|U S airport||2.76%|
|Mayor Muriel Bowser||1.97%|
|U S District||1.58%|
|Michelle Lujan Grisham||1.58%|
|Mayor Michael Hancock||1.18%|
|U S airport||0.0279|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||0.0263|
|Mayor Muriel Bowser||0.0195|
|Wayne Nelson Corliss||0.0149|
|Michelle Lujan Grisham||0.0129|
|U S District||0.0121|
|Mayor Michael Hancock||0.0117|
|Mayor Bill de Blasio||0.0055|
|Bill de Blasio||0.0054|
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wlwt Tuesday, December 1, 2020 3:25:00 AM EAT
Andy Beshear said ( about Andy Beshear ) : "If we can just get to the point where this vaccine will be widely available, we can make sure we don’t lose people. We need your help. This is now a time-limited virus. So if you’re tired, now you can see the end. Let’s get our second wind. Gov. Beshear reported 1,514 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, bringing the state total to 139,097 cases. The governor says the state is seeing a 8.98 percent positivity rate. Of Monday’s new cases, 173 are in kids 18 or younger. “Today, we’re talking about where this virus is; tomorrow, we’re going to share some modeling about where we think it’s going; and then on Wednesday, if we don’t see a change in the numbers, we’ll talk about some additional steps that we may have to take to try to get this virus under control,” Gov. Beshear said. Today marks the second-highest Monday for total number of cases. There were three reported COVID-19 related deaths on Monday. The state death total is now 1,664. Those reported lost to the virus today include a 66-year-old woman from Graves County; a 63-year-old woman from Henderson County; and an 83-year-old woman from Jefferson County. As of Monday, 1,442 people are hospitalized for COVID-19 related reasons, 360 are in the ICU, and 128 are on ventilators. At least 24,568 Kentuckians have recovered from the virus. “If we have to take additional steps, it will not look like what we went through in March, in April and into May. At that time, we did not have enough testing; we had almost no PPE to protect those in hospitals; we didn’t know the most effective ways to treat this virus so the mortality rate was through the roof; and we didn’t know as much about the spread,"
wkyt Tuesday, November 17, 2020 1:49:00 AM EAT
Andy Beshear said ( about Andy Beshear ) : "While hailing Pfizer's announcement, Beshear said at a news conference that the “reality of the moment” is the virus is spreading significantly in the Bluegrass State.Kentucky continued setting records with 1,745 COVID-19 cases reported Monday, the state’s highest daily number at the start of any week. The state also reported 11 more virus-related deaths Monday, raising the toll to at least 1,576.The statewide rate for positive tests was 7.49%, the highest since early May, he said, adding that infections are spreading so fast, contact tracers can't keep up with the rising number of positive cases.Eighty of Kentucky’s 120 counties are reported to be in the red zone - the most serious category for COVID-19 incidence rates. People in those counties are asked to follow stricter recommended guidelines to contain the virus.Kentucky is coming off another weekly record number of virus cases and currently has its highest number of virus patients - 300 - in hospital intensive care units, the governor said. More than 1,100 virus patients are hospitalized in Kentucky.“We are in a significant surge,"
wlwt Tuesday, November 10, 2020 3:15:00 AM EAT
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