Ky. Nursing facilities Worry Vaccine Mandate Can create Worker Shortage

Kentucky nursing home administrators are worried that a new federal mandate for his or her employees to get vaccinated will result in a worker shortage. President Joe Biden announced plans on Wednesday... Read more »

Ky. Sees Highest Rate Of COVID-19 ICU Patients

As of August 18, there have been more people in the ICU with COVID-19 in Kentucky than at any other time during the pandemic. As numbers still surge due to the delta... Read more »

JCPS Quarantined Nearly 2,000 Students And Staff Since Start Of School

89.3 WFPL News Louisville @ JCPS Quarantined Nearly 2,000 Students And Staff Since Oncoming of School In the first nine times of the new school year, Jefferson County Public Schools quarantined 1,853... Read more »

Former Ky. Rep. Brent Yonts Dies From COVID-19

Former Democratic state Rep. Brent Yonts of Greenville died Friday morning following a battle with COVID-19. Known for his colorful suits and blazers, Yonts was a lawyer who represented House District 15,... Read more »

What you ought to learn about COVID-19 booster shots

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have authorized COVID-19 booster shots for certain Pfizer recipients. But what exactly does which means that for those... Read more »

It's advocated that FDA should authorize Moderna COVID vaccine booster

A panel of advisers to the Fda on Thursday unanimously recommended the agency authorize a booster dose of the Moderna COVID vaccine at least 6 months after completing the first two-dose regimen.... Read more »

Hospital chaplain, pastor calls out COVID-19 misinformation

With roughly a third from the vaccine-eligible population in the U.S. still not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, public health officials have been calling on trusted community voices to deal with hesitancy, mistrust... Read more »

Kentucky returns to state-based medical health insurance exchange ahead of open enrollment

On Friday, Gov. Andy Beshear said approximately 280,000 adults and 45,000 children do not have health care coverage in Kentucky. \”But there is an option now out there for everyone,\” he said.... Read more »

An FDA panel of experts backs J&J COVID vaccine booster

A panel of experts voted unanimously to suggest that the meals and Drug Administration authorize a booster dose from the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. In a 19-0 vote, the panel recommended... Read more »

Sista Strut brings cancer survivors and support networks together

The air was crisp and cold, but Slugger Field was packed with people. There was music playing within the speakers, along with a sea of pink moved and danced towards the beat.... Read more »