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Saturday’s COVID-19 Data: 4,470 New, 13.97% Positivity, 18 New Deaths

Kentucky COVID-19 Vaccine Monitoring
As of September 10: (No Vaccine Monitoring Stats on the Weekends.)
Total State Population: 4,440,204
Total State Population Vaccinated: 2,591,862
% of Total State Population Vaccinated: 58%
Total State Population > 18 Years of Age Vaccinated: 2,396,440
% of Total State Population > 18 Years of Age Vaccinated: 70%
Total State Population >65 Years of Age Vaccinated: 592,179
% of Total State Population >65 Years of Age Vaccinated: 86%

First Dose Administered by Vaccine:
Pfizer: 1,324,016 50%
Moderna: 1,032,968 39%
Janssen(J&J): 186,024 7%

Notes from Saturday’s 9.11 Ky. COVID-19 Daily Summary

Total New Cases: 4,470 18 & Under: 1,274
Total Cases: 624,777 including 458,699 with 166,078 Probable cases.

Positivity Rate: 13.97% (7-day Rollover Average)*

Total Tests: 8,428,807 Total Positive Tests: 758,053 Total PCR Positive: 537,590 Total Serology Positive: 45,033 Total Antigen Positive: 175,430
Kentuckians Ever Hospitalized with COVID-19: 27,127 (4.34%)
Kentuckians now in Hospital with COVID-19: 2,526
Kentuckians Ever in ICU with COVID-19: 5,378 (0.86%)
Kentuckians now in ICU with COVID-19: 656
Kentuckians on a Ventilator with COVID-19: 433

Current Overall Capacity:
Occupied    Available     Percent
Inpatient Beds:     
9,571          3,768          71.8%
ICU Beds:                 1,393               139         90.9%
Ventilators:               855             1,071        44.4%

New Deaths announced today: 18
*49 duplicates and records not meeting case criteria removed since the last report.

Total Deaths due to COVID-19: 8,021 Confirmed: 7,175 Probable: 846

QuarantineofVaccinatedPersonsGuidance (from CDC.gov)

Vaccine.KY.Gov to see when you can get vaccinated, or call 855-598-2246 from 8 am to 7 pm Monday-Friday. 855-598-2246 TTY: 855-326-4654 (8 am to 7 pm Monday – Friday)

The data collected by the Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) on case patients comes from a number of sources, including electronic laboratory reports, provider case
disease and COVID-19 investigation reports, local health department investigation results, hospital infection prevention clinical patient data, and KDPH investigation results. Data is often found incomplete and/or incorrect and during KDPH investigation individual patient-level data is added to, corrected, and de-duplicated so that overall case counts and aggregate data values change daily.

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