At press time, there is a total of 301 cases of COVID-19 in the Lincoln Trail District.
Additional cases were confirmed today in Hardin, Marion, and Nelson Counties.
The total number of cases per county is as follows: Hardin--132, LaRue--15, Marion--47, Meade--25, Nelson--64, and Washington--18. Currently, 286 cases are on home isolation or have been released from monitoring. County-level information can be found on the “COVID-19 Latest Updates” tab at ltdhd.org.
As Kentuckians began to venture out more and more, it is important that we continue to
protect ourselves by practicing everyday preventive measures. In general, the longer you interact
with someone the greater your chances of becoming infected with COVID-19. Keeping hand
sanitizer, a face mask, and tissues readily available plus maintaining a physical distance of at
least 6 feet are still a must. Although there is no way to ensure zero risk of infection, the graphic
below provides insight on things you should consider before leaving your home. Additional
guidance for using restaurants, gyms, nail salons, libraries, parks, or attending cookouts can be
found on the Centers for Disease Control website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-