Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

For up-to-date COVID-19 Vaccination information, please call your nearest health department or visit our Facebook page:


COVID-19 Cases Update

Below are our COVID-19 case updates from the week of Saturday, February 12th, to Friday, February 18th.


We report the death of eight more individuals related to COVID-19 in Cumberland Valley District Health Department with sadness. The five individuals in Clay County were a 65-year-old female, an 85-year-old female,a 67-year-old male, a 78-year-old male and a 61-year-old male. The three individuals in Jackson County were a 77-year-old female, a 62-year-old female, and a 59-year-old male.


On Monday, February 28th, we will provide our next update.


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Vaccine Phases as defined by the Kentucky Department of Public Health


 *Any Kentuckian can request an
appointment with our health departments, regardless of home address*



Confirmed COVID-19 Cases VS.

Probable COVID-19 Cases

“Reopening Kentucky” Guidelines

Cumberland Valley District Health Department will follow the guidelines provided by the state government. For more information, please visit,

Below are the businesses slated to open in May 2020.

As we gradually reopen, it is still important to follow proper social distancing and cleaning guidelines. Review these guidelines from the CDC and EPA that can be implemented at home or in the workplace.



COVID-19 Testing Information

Unfortunately, Cumberland Valley District Health Department (CVDHD) does NOT offer Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing. Please contact your primary provider if you believe you need COVID-19 testing. You may also contact your local health department or follow the link below if you need to be referred to a COVID-19 testing site.

COVID-19 Testing Locations in Cumberland Valley District


Essential Services

Beginning immediately, our district Health Departments will be offering limited essential services. These services include:

*Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Testing and Treatment

*Emergency Immunizations

*Tuberculosis (TB) patients requiring Directly Observed Treatment (DOT)

*First time WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) Certification

*Formula changes for WIC infants

*Syringe Exchange Programs

This is in effort to follow Governor Beshear’s Executive Order to promote social distancing. Additionally, most of our services can be completed by telephone. Please contact your local health department for more information.

More Information

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