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Kentucky up to 11,883 COVID-19 cases, 484 total deaths

"191 is the range where we believe that it is controlled."
Posted at 4:12 PM, Jun 10, 2020

FRANKFORT, Ky. (LEX 18) — Gov. Andy Beshear announced that there are 11,883 COVID-19 cases and 484 coronavirus-related deaths in the state of Kentucky.

Wednesday's results include 191 new cases and seven new deaths. There have also been 3,375 recoveries.

"While we're not currently in that decrease that we had for at least a couple of weeks, we do not see day-after-day a continuing increase, and that's good news," said Gov. Beshear.

"What we'll be looking for now is jump that is kind of up and down as we move forward, do we find a new plateau with the additional testing we're doing? Are we finding more asymptomatic cases? We got to look at all of that.

We're going to look at this in other numbers each and every day. 191 [cases] is the range where we believe that it is controlled," Gov. Beshear added.

There will also be new Kroger testing sites beginning next week.

Those locations will be located at BCTC in Fayette Co., Oldham Co. High School, Southern High School in Louisville, and Basil Griffin Park in Warren Co.