KENTUCKY (KFVS) - Gov. Andy Beshear announced Saturday that 92 new cases COVID-19 were confirmed in Kentucky, marking the largest one-day increase in the commonwealth amid the global pandemic.
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The total cases in Kentucky is 394. Sixty-four people infected with coronavirus in Kentucky are believed to have recovered and nine have died related to the virus.
Gov. Beshear talked about the spread of COVID-19 related to Tennessee.
Kentuckians can still go to Tennessee for work, to take care of a loved one or even buy groceries if it is closer, but the Governor asks that unnecessary travel to Tennessee end.
He asked Kentuckians not to travel across the southern state-line to partake in activities that have been limited, or were limited earlier in Kentucky.
Gov. Beshear announced the COVID-19 Reporting Hotline (833-597-2337) that will investigate complaints about non-compliance with coronavirus mandates.
Labor Cabinet personnel will monitor the hotline from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET. A new website where Kentuckians can visit to make online complaints is kysafer.ky.gov.