With so many firework shows on display in Owensboro on Friday evening, some people were able to watch from their homes, but a few residents say they rather enjoy the tradition of watching from the downtown riverfront along the Ohio River.
Restaurant owner David Parker says team members have been required to wear masks, social distance, wash their hands frequently and clean touch points excessively throughout the day. He also says every team member has been tested since the closure and their results all came back negative.
The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation announced Thursday that all of its commencement ceremonies for the 2020 graduates have officially been canceled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The 27 additional COVID-19 cases reported Thursday in Vanderburgh County were 10 higher than Wednesday’s numbers, which recorded 17 new cases. As these newly released numbers continue to rise, state leaders have stalled reopening plans.
Hopkins County Public Health Director Denise Beach says a child at a local daycare has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently quarantined, along with some staff and other children from the facility.
Now that some visitor restrictions are being lifted at assisted living homes in Kentucky, an employee at the Paragon of Madisonville came up with a creative way for families to feel the touch of their loved ones again.
Amanda Frank and her friend were out enjoying themselves at KC's Marina Pointe back on June 20. However, she later found out that a customer with a confirmed COVID-19 infection was inside the bar at the same time.
The Vanderburgh County Health Department says they have confirmed a person with COVID-19 was at KC’s Marina Pointe for an extended period of time on Saturday, June 20. Health officials also report that an employee at Xcess Night Club has tested positive.
Beginning on July 2, the airline says passengers will be required to wear masks throughout all phases of travel, including at the ticket counter, during boarding, on the aircraft and during the flight.
At the next meeting for the Vanderburgh County Council on July 1, council members will vote on whether to approve a transfer of $50,000 from the health fund to the health department in order to set up local neighborhood testing sites