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Local cases of COVID-19 have been waning since the middle of January, bringing a much needed break from the intensity of 2020. But while cases may be down, a local health official said the virus is still here and asked for residents to stay strong.

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Graves County Health Department staff were paid a visit by one of Kentucky’s top ranking officials on Monday. Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman personally thanked local “healthcare heroes” for their hard work and devotion in fighting COVID-19, though she ultimately felt they deserved much more…

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MAYFIELD — Even though the COVID-19 vaccine has been trickling to Kentuckians since December, some remain hesitant to take it. This is particularly true within minority communities due to misinformation, lack of trust or for some, a language barrier.