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Louisville Metro By The Numbers

Cases: 2,651     |     Deaths: 174     |     Recovered: 1,857     |     More 

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Latest updates

June 4, 2020

Public Health and Wellness Extends Lifeguard and Food Manager Certifications Due to COVID-19

The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness today announced it is extending current Lifeguard and Food Manager certifications due to the COVID-19. pandemic. LEARN MORE.

 

June 3, 2020

Public Health director urges demonstrators to get tested for COVID-19

Dr. Sarah Moyer, director of the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness and the city’s chief health strategist, is encouraging those participating in recent demonstrations to get tested for COVID-19, to wear facemasks and to practice other strategies to protect themselves during future demonstrations. LEARN MORE.

Board of Health Updates on Louisville's efforts to combat COVID-19

May 28, 2020

Facebook Live Q&A: Build Back Better, Together

See Gov. Andy Beshear's daily briefing here.

May 27, 2020

Mayor Fischer launches steering committee, leadership teams to Build Back Better, Together

Mayor Greg Fischer today announced next steps in his Build Back Better, Together initiative as the city works to ensure a “robust, equitable and resilient recovery” from the COVID-19 pandemic, including creation of a steering committee and focus area teams in seven key categories. LEARN MORE.

See Gov. Andy Beshear's daily briefing here. 

May 26, 2020

Mayor Fischer says city is working to combat ‘unacceptable disparities’ in COVID-19 impacts on African Americans

Mayor Greg Fischer today reiterated his commitment to improving the health of all Louisvillians, an issue that has been thrust into the forefront by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Mayor discussed the problem and talked about the many things Louisville Metro Government is doing about it during a tele town hall this morning with key members of his administration who have been working to correct the social, racial, economic, and health inequities in Louisville. LEARN MORE.

See Gov. Andy Beshear's daily briefing here. 

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