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Kentucky easing COVID-19 visitation restrictions on some long-term care facilities

WLKY Digital Team

Kentucky is easing restrictions on some long-term care facilities.

Restrictions on all long-term care facilities in the commonwealth have been in place since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic to prevent spread to the most vulnerable.

Now that many of those seniors have received their COVID-19 vaccines, Gov. Andy Beshear has decided to relax the visitation restrictions on some non-Medicare certified facilities.

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