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Sunday a traditionally low day for new case numbers.
Total cases top 15,000 threshold.
Beshear continues to push safety precautions.
More nursing home rules eased in mid-July.
11 deaths reported, including three in Clark
Governor Andy Beshear reported 183 new coronavirus cases as of 4 p.m. Saturday, making a total of at least 13,630.
Pools can open late in June.
Some states seeing big spikes after reopening
Testing expanding next week.
Governor continues to push 'Healthy at Work rules
Data steady enough to allow expanded opening
First case confirmed on March 6, 2020
Total cases approach 11,000 mark
Schools urged to prepare for real change
Beshear responds to effigy incident
The state's coronavirus cases indicate the disease is on the decline, but the Memorial Day weekend and cases cropping up in counties for the first time in days indicate what can happen
The state reported 166 new coronavirus cases Wednesday, including a handful of children under the age of 10. One of those is a 3-year-old in Anderson County.
State officials unveiled more opening dates, including distilleries, museums and libraries, Tuesday, continued to push health and safety guidelines to make reopening work.
Two more Kentucky children have been diagnosed with the rare coronavirus-related disease. Meanwhile, the state's contact tracing program is taking shape, including getting a new leader.
The 10-year-old boy hospitalized on a ventilator with a COVID-19-related syndrome is "a bit better" but remains on the ventilator and in ICU.