FRANKFORT, Ky. (LEX 18) — During his daily coronavirus, Governor Andy Behsear starts off with "good news."
This good news includes highlighting posts from social media. At the start of the coronavirus outbreak, Governor Beshear called upon Kentuckians to make uplifting posts on social media using the hashtags: #TeamKentucky, #TogetherKy, #Patriot and #HealthyatHome.
Here's a look at the highlighted social media posts from Wednesday:
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Our sweet teachers organized a parade through all of the neighborhoods this morning. They’re missing their students just as much as we miss them. Our amazing babysitter took the girls out and wrote a message to show them how much we love them! ❤️ #TeamKentucky #TogetherKY
Thank you to the Welch & Crook families! Ballard donated over 9000 nitrile gloves & over 120 goggles to Kosair Children’s Hospital NE today. We thought these would do better in the hands who need them the most. @JCPSKY @BHSBRUINS @Bruin_Principal #TeamKentucky #kindness pic.twitter.com/QVG55cOn0W— Kathy Cail (@Speedbug73) March 25, 2020
Our medical community has been incredibly supportive of the @BGHSPurplesNews Medical Arts Academy. Today, BGHS returned boxes of unused supplies that had been donated, back to @MedCenterHealth (gloves, masks, face shields). pic.twitter.com/vCy5CAO8Hu— BG City Schools (@BGISD) March 25, 2020
Hey, #TeamKentucky, how about some good news to start the day? Our Founding Partners at @ACTC are using 3D printers to make protective masks for healthcare workers and other items donated to King's Daughters Medical Center. https://t.co/RF2jU5xcFy#TogetherKy #HealthyAtHome pic.twitter.com/LdiLjoSo9E— SOAR (@SOAR_EKY) March 25, 2020