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Louisville Metro By The Numbers

Cases: 4,588     |     Deaths: 227     |     Recovered: 3,461     |     More 

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Latest updates


July 9, 2020

Weekly COVID-19 Briefing with Mayor Fischer & Dr. Sarah Moyer

July 2, 2020

Weekly COVID-19 Briefing with Mayor Fischer & Dr. Sarah Moyer

July 1, 2020

July Board of Health Meeting

June 24, 2020

Mayor Fischer’s COVID Briefing

June 18, 2020

Dr. Moyer Urges Caution as Louisville Reopens

COVID-19 Cases are in Every Zip Code

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (June 18, 2020) – Dr. Sarah Moyer, director of the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness and the city’s Chief Health Strategist, is urging people to “take it slow” as the city reopens and eases COVID-19 social distancing restrictions. Learn more…


Dr Sarah Moyer’s Weekly Briefing

Image description: daily COVID-19 numbers include; 3,281 CONFIRMED CASES, 196 DECEASED, 2,580 RECOVERED Image description: Jefferson County map showing the number of COVID cases by zip code Image description: data visualization of epidemiology curve that shows the number of COVID-19 cases per week and the hospitalization status of those who have contracted COVID.
Image description: Race and Ethnicity Data of those who have contracted COVID-19 Image description: Pie graphs showing the demographic characteristics of new employees that were hired to become contact tracers


Data from the briefing can be found here.



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