GOV. ANDY BESHEAR LIFTS KENTUCKY'S MASK MANDATE FOR VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS FOLLOWING CDC GUIDANCE
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear says Kentucky will immediately comply with the new CDC guidelines and change the state’s mask mandate to say individuals who are fully vaccinated no longer have to wear masks indoors or outdoors and no longer need to practice social distancing.
Beshear called the CDC announcement “great news we have all been waiting for.”
PEOPLE WHO ARE FULLY VACCINATED NO LONGER HAVE TO WEAR MASKS, CDC SAYS
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Thursday anyone who is fully vaccinated is no longer required to wear masks indoors or outdoors and no longer need to maintain social distance, including in businesses and the workplace.
The announcement signals that those who have been fully vaccinated can resume life as normal.
SECRETARY OF STATE SAYS KENTUCKY HAS SEEN BIPARTISAN SUCCESS WITH NEW VOTING PROCESS, CLEANING UP VOTER ROLLS
Following the successes seen in Kentucky related to new voting processes in the midst of the pandemic, Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams sat down with The Bottom Line to discuss what voting in the Commonwealth will look like moving forward.
“You can’t have one party making the rules; you’ve got to have both sides working together,” Adams said.
REGISTER NOW: COVID-19 AND LIABILITY CONSIDERATIONS FOR BUSINESS
Join the Kentucky Chamber on May 19, 2021, at 11:00 AM for a webinar on COVID-19 and liability considerations for business. Hear from expert panelists Kimberly O'Donnell of Dentons, Jay Ingle of Jackson Kelly, and Cindy Effinger of McBrayer, and Doug McSwain of Wyatt on current issues surrounding liability for employers as we transition back to some sense of normalcy and ultimately to a post-COVID world.