Kentucky COVID-19 Healthcare and Public Health Update Webinar #13 – FEBRUARY 16 @ 11:30 A.M. (EASTERN)

Kentucky COVID-19 Healthcare and Public Health Update Webinar #13 - FEBRUARY 16 @ 11:30 A.M. (EASTERN)

The following information was provided to KSLA via CHFS:


The Kentucky Department for Public Health is announcing the next COVID-19 clinical/public health situation update webinar on Tuesday, February 16 at 11:30 am - 1:00 pm (Eastern), and is providing some helpful resources (described below).


At the webinar, KDPH will offer up-to-date information on the outbreak and will cover several current topics of interest to healthcare providers and public health practitioners. Topics will include (but may not be limited to):

  • COVID-19 Variant Strains
  • Breakthrough Infection after Vaccination
  • COVID-19 Reinfections
  • Vaccination Situation Update
  • Vaccine Adverse Reactions
  • Vaccine Confidence
  • Requests for genetic sequencing of specimens in Kentucky


Please register for COVID-19 Clinician and Public Health Update Webinar on Feb 16, 2021 11:30 AM EST at:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Please note: After the webinar, all registrants will receive a link to a video archive of the presentation along with a copy of any slides so will be able to view at a later time if you are unable to attend.


A rigorous question and answer period will occur at the end of the presentation up until 1:00 pm.


FYI, here is a spreadsheet with local health department contact information for COVID-19 reporting and inquiries for healthcare providers. This will hopefully assist in contacting the LHD’s when having difficulty reporting cases or need of additional information. We thought this would be a good resource to share between health departments as well.


We also wanted to highlight two fliers: What to Do If You Have COVID-19 and What to Do if You Are in Close Contact with Someone with COVID-19. Feel free to share these in any setting where COVID-19 patients might have access to them.


We look forward offering this next update and to answering your questions. Thank you for all you are doing to protect the citizens of Kentucky!

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