‘The pandemic is not over’: The Kentucky Derby is over, health officials concerned that COVID cases could spike Tuesday, May 4 2021 

Officials are strongly encouraging people to get tested and a vaccination if you attended small or large events Kentucky Derby weekend.

        

UofL Health launches text alert service to find quickest ER location Monday, May 3 2021 

Patients can text "ERWAIT" to 511511 to get wait time information for UofL Health's seven ER locations.

        

Many Kentucky Derby attendees seen without masks despite requirement Saturday, May 1 2021 

Churchill Downs released a statement saying its health and safety compliance team is monitoring all sections of the track, reminding guests to wear masks.

        

‘I have too much to look forward to’ | A tribute to Oaks Day survivors Friday, Apr 30 2021 

Both Mollie Phelps and Kathy Schmitt are featured survivors for this year's Kentucky Oaks. Due to COVID-19, they won't walk the track until next year.

        

What is different about this year’s Kentucky Derby? Churchill Downs’ health and safety guidelines Thursday, Apr 29 2021 

The track requires face masks unless attendees are seated or eating and drinking.

        

Bob Baffert helps groom search for kidney donor Wednesday, Apr 28 2021 

Baffert is using Derby week attention to help his groom, Silvestre Garcia, find a living kidney donor.

        

Vaccine sites welcoming walk-ins as demand for vaccines slows Tuesday, Apr 27 2021 

Beshear said the goal is to start shifting from the mass vaccination sites to getting vaccines to local doctors' offices, grocery stores and health clinics.

        

LouVax site celebrates 100,000 vaccines administered after 4 months Tuesday, Apr 27 2021 

The site is expected to pack up at Broadbent Arena on Thursday but will transition to mobile to get access to the underserved and those at high risk for COVID-19.

        

Central High students take the lead in one-time vaccine clinic Saturday, Apr 24 2021 

"They know how serious this is, and they’re eager to help protect their community from this virus,” Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman said.

        

Indiana bill approved to ban government COVID-19 vaccine passports Thursday, Apr 22 2021 

The Republican-dominated House and Senate voted Thursday by wide margins to approve a wide-ranging bill that included the ban.

        

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