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From March 1 to Sept. 22, 2021, 86.7% of COVID-19 cases, 92.1% of COVID-19 hospitalizations and 84.6% of COVID-19 deaths have been among partially vaccinated or unvaccinated Kentuckians.

Flags to be at half-staff for Kentuckians lost to COVID

Governor Andy Beshear announces 70% of eligible Kentuckians have at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine; Still more than 4,000 new cases Thursday

I refuse to be part of this partisan betrayal of the American taxpayers and hard-working Kentuckians that I was elected to represent in Congress.

State health leaders urge Kentuckians to get a flu shot

HESITANCY LOWERING: A new poll says 4 out of 5 Kentuckians agree that being vaccinated is important for the health of others in the community.

Dr. Steven Stack said in a statement that if more Kentuckians get immunized against the flu, hospitals will have more capacity to care for COVID patients and other patients as well.

Kentuckians should get the flu vaccine to help lessen the strain on hospitals in the coming months, @StevenStackMD  said:

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Congrats to the Bluegrass Area Development District for receiving a $455,828 grant from the DOD. This grant will help Madison Co. develop a roadmap to transition Kentuckians from employment at the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-DestructionPilot Plant (BGCAPP) once the project is done

Number of Kentuckians reluctant to get COVID-19 vaccine decreasing, new poll shows

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A very disappointing decision by @PresElect Biden. Nearly 600,000 Kentuckians suffer with diabetes. “Joe Biden froze a December rule aimed at lowering prescription drug prices for insulin and epinephrine.”

More than 75,000 Kentuckians are facing eviction. But Mitch McConnell is blocking $2000 checks to keep families afloat. He is an embarrassment to Kentucky and an embarrassment to America.

Many Kentuckians wake-up each morning feeling the shame of having Mitch McConnell & Rand Paul represent us as our state senators. I swear we do. If you’re not from here but feel our pain please RT. And Georgia — please vote for @ossoff  and @ReverendWarnock  . Pretty please...

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Pictures of @senatemajldr  the past two days. The man is running for senate here in Kentucky in two-weeks. He wouldn’t disclose last week when he had his last coronavirus test pre-debate. Mitch is obviously unhealthy. Kentuckians don’t have a right to know what going on?

Tomorrow, Kentuckians have a chance to continue the work we started. Together, we can achieve Medicare for All, a Green New Deal, and justice for all. Let’s send @Charles4LouKY  to Congress.

I’m grateful to Kentuckians who are stepping up to show compassion and resolve. It’s because of stories like this that we will make it through this. We are all in this together, even if we have to stand six feet apart.

Usually in a totalitarian state they first shut down dissent, then they shut down religion. Gov. Beshear did it backwards, but still the same result. Kentuckians plan COVID-19 restrictions protest at the Capitol

Today, even at a distance, Christians are united by the triumph of the Resurrection. I wish my fellow Kentuckians and all who celebrate a very happy and blessed Easter.

Kentucky’s state motto is “United we stand, divided we fall.” I’m inspired by all the Kentuckians who are stepping up to serve their neighbors and showing Washington how it’s done. United we stand — even if we have to stand six feet apart for a few weeks.

It was great to meet and thank Kentuckians who traveled to Washington for the March for Life. Washington needs your example and your advocacy more than ever. Thank you for your moral courage. My full statement:

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