Stay tuned to News 2 and WKRN.com for updates. April 14, 2020, Rep. Richard Heath, district 2, walks towards the House of Representatives in a nearly empty state capitol building in Frankfort. "Absolutely," DeWine responded. March 17, 2020, A pedestrians makes their way past the Beards and Beers business downtown where a sign details their currently closed status due to COVID-19. An aerial view shows slower traffic along I-64 near the overpass at 9th Street in downtown Louisville. The Cain family enjoys a Friday afternoon in their yard in Portland during the coronavirus pandemic.
Flags in the city of Louisville fly at half-staff in honor of the over 100 people who died from the coronavirus. The Family Scholar House has been relying on donations to deliver meals to its residents after the governor's order to limit public gatherings due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak. Andy Beshear announced Monday that all restaurants and bars closed to dining inside; carry-out or drive-through still allowed. March 16, 2020, Volare chef Joshua Moore, left, and managing partner Jonathan Tarullo carry a takeout order to a customer holding a lasagna party Monday evening. The dance party was intended to lift the spirits of residents during the coronavirus pandemic. Louisville Metro Police officers patrolled Waterfront Park in Louisville, Ky. on April 4, 2020. Paula Barmore, left, of Noosh Nosh, delivers a takeout order to Sue Strange and her husband Terry Strange, right, as they waited curbside in Louisville, Ky. on Mar. 25, 2020. "The week before school shutdown I was already looking into homeschooling programs. She set up in the parking lot because of the visitor restrictions the senior independent living facility has put in place during the coronavirus pandemic. March 31, 2020. The Louisville Water Tower is lit with green lights to show compassion for those who have lost their lives to COVID-19.April 18, 2020, A woman held her finger up while being tested for the coronavirus at St. Stephen's Church on 15th Street in Louisville, Kentucky. Makenzi Elliott, from left, and twin sister Madison Elliott, ride their bikes past as Louisville artist and West End Boys School teacher, Jaylin Stewart, finishes a chalk art portrait of a healthcare worker outside her apartment building along 42nd Street in Louisville. Bloom Elementary School staff and their children participate in a staff driving parade through the neighborhoods surrounding the school Thursday to show students they are missed. Grayson will be 4 years old on Easter Sunday and was treated to the socially distant celebration due to the the coronavirus pandemic.
I'm not entirely sure." A protester in a Toyota Celica flew the American flag as it passed bye the Capital building. You feel scared," Davis said. Fultineer, 25, closes the sunroof of his car during a night out with car enthusiast friends at Mister G's Car Wash on New Cut Road. The holiday themed meet-and-greet was the idea of Laura Chauvin. Most of the pedestrian traffic were mall walkers. A multiple exposure illustration shows the windows in the Louisville downtown Marriott illuminated in the shape of hearts during the COVID-19 pandemic. April 10, 2020, Hilda Kidd, 77, blows a soap snake at Shelbyville's Hometown Manor Assisted Living Community Memory Care facility with supervisor Shala Young and visiting Lindsay Wilson College student Cole Abbott. Only a few members attended the service; the church livestreamed the service for those at home. A driver is greeted at the entrance to the facility. Following a conversation with @kycommissioner and @GovAndyBeshear, it's been recommended Kentucky schools do not return to in-person classes for the rest of 2019-20 year. "It just seems like the world is down right now, so we just wanted to give something positive," Nicole said.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WYMT) - During a call with all superintendents, Kentucky Interim Education Commissioner Kevin Brown announced schools will remain on NTI instruction for the rest of the year. April 1, 2020, Kamau Mason, president of Community Outreach Marketing LLC, argues with Summer Dickerson, founder and director of Woman of the Well.
Watch a playback of the press conference in the player below: “It’s not fair. "We need to help each other out. Deborah Niehaus, right, and her daughter Amelia Niehaus, 21, used scarves and bandanas for face protection as they waited at the Hope Southern Indiana food bank in New Albany, In. A person waits on a TARC bus along Broadway on March 20, 2020, Gov. BeeHive Homes of Smyrna residents Thelma Hoagland, front, and Georgia Bryant wave at the passing motorists on Smyrna Parkway Friday morning.April 10, 2020, BeeHive Homes of Smyrna's activity director Leanne Gouker leads the charge for passing motorist to honk or wave to the residents out in the yard every Friday at 10:30am.April 10, 2020.
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The dance party was intended to lift the spirits of residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pastor Chuck Salvo held an American flag as he sang "God Bless the U.S.A." after discussing CDC guidelines and making the song a tribute to military and law enforcement during On Fire Christian Church's Easter Sunday drive-in service. The Trader Joe's in St. Matthews limited customers inside their store to 35 and kept customers outside spaced for social distancing. March 18, 2020, A sign shows that the Spring Fling event at Mid City Mall has been postponed due to concerns of COVID-19. I'm definitely scared," Tate said. March 19, 2020, Tammy Davis wheels a cart full of toilet paper and disinfectant out to her car past a line of customers that stretched down the side of the building Thursday morning. March 21, 2020. They are upset the have been called to return to work during the coronavirus pandemic. Amy, who works nearby, has been getting by to visit Peggy as much as she can on her lunch breaks. From left to right are Connor, Kristen, Jessica T, Jess Bates, and CJ.April 4, 2020. announcement comes after Ohio’s governor, Mike DeWine announced that "Sad" is what Justin Green felt as he shot towards a rimless hoop while playing on the basketball courts at the Wyandotte Park Thursday afternoon. Christ's Church's Sean Jenkins greets Rowena Beasley to Sunday morning worship with an elbow bump. A chalk display on a wall on Beechwood Ave.March 27, 2020. Kasey and his wife Nicole have seen COVID-19's impact hit many local businesses with a major decrease in traffic downtown. Governor Andy Beshear announced on April 20, 2020 his order to cancel in-person teaching for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year in Kentucky.