Sheriff Patrick Robinson's message to the citizens of Clay County regarding COVID-19

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MANCHESTER, KY - Clay County Sheriff Patrick Robinson is encouraging the citizens of Clay County to help flatten the curve of the spread of the Coronavirus with the following message:

  • Continue practicing social distancing while you are out within the community
  • Only be out if you have to

CCSO Public Affairs Officer Trent Baker is reporting that: He is not aware of any positive COVID-19 test in Clay County as of 1:15 PM Friday afternoon April 10, 2020.

Pictured L. to R. above Sheriff Robinson is:

  • CSO Supervisor Dewey Grubb
  • Public Affairs Officer Trent Baker
  • Detective Jeff Kelsey
  • Deputy Coty Arnold
  • Deputy Cody Blackwell
  • Deputy Derick Carr

Information below:

Current as of April 9, 2020 at 5 p.m. Eastern time

Kentucky Coronavirus Monitoring
Number Tested: 23,170
Positive: 1,452
Deaths: 79

Note: Data includes confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported to KDPH.

The official Team Kentucky source for information concerning COVID-19

 KY confirmed cases map 4 9 20


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