Russell still ‘green’; neighboring Clinton back to ‘red’

Russell County is still in the “green” category, or low level of spread, on the latest COVID-19 map released by the Kentucky Department of Public Health, but neighboring Clinton County is now back in the “red,” indicating a high level of COVID transmission.

Neighboring Casey and Cumberland counties, are in the “yellow” category, or medium level of COVID spread. The remaining counties in the Lake Cumberland district are seeing a low level of spread.

A total of 16 counties in the state are currently seeing a high level of COVID spread.