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As of July 23, 2021, at 8:45 a.m., there have been
7,262 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Christian County. 
7,061 individuals have recovered.
65 cases remain active; 102 have died.

TOTAL Vaccines: 27,607
Moderna First Dose Vaccine: 14,030
Moderna 2nd Dose Vaccine: 12,916
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine: 661

* As administered by the CCHD as of July 23, 2021

City of Hopkinsville Lifts COVID Restrictions:

City officials announced today that people entering the Hopkinsville Municipal Center or other city buildings will no longer be required to have temperature checks or wear facial coverings effective immediately.  Those who wish to continue wearing face coverings may do so at their discretion.  Individuals experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should not enter city buildings.  Rather, they are strongly encouraged to seek appropriate medical attention.  

For more information, click here.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update (5/19/21):

The Christian County Health Department will no longer be offering vaccines at the Bruce Convention Center but will now be offering vaccines, by appointment only, at the health department at 1700 Canton Street. 
Appointments will be available on Thursdays from 7:45am-4:00pm. Individuals can visit our website at to schedule their appointment online. Participants must be 18 years or older. We will offer Moderna (2-dose vaccine) and Johnson & Johnson (1-dose vaccine). Please visit to find additional vaccine sites in our area. 

The Christian County Health Department will also be offering a vaccine clinic at the Oak Grove Racing, Gaming, and Hotel on Wednesday, May 26th from 8:30am-11:30am, and at Crofton City Hall later that day from 1:30pm-3:30pm. Both Moderna and Johnson and Johnson will be available. No appointments necessary for these clinics, but participants must be 18 years of age or older. If your place of business or facility would like to offer a vaccine clinic for employees, please click the link below and fill out your business information. 

Free COVID-19 Testing:
The Christian County Health Department (partnered with the Kentucky Department of Public Health) is now offering FREE COVID-19 testing for ANYONE who wants to be tested with or without symptoms. COVID-19 testing will now be held at the Christian County Health Department on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9am-11am and NOT at Tie Breaker Park. Please call 270-887-4160 ext. 133 to make your appointment.  CCHD is no longer offering rapid testing on Tuesdays & Thursdays.  

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Mayor Lynch COVID Update 05-28-21

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Funeral Assistance:
To help ease the pain and the expenses suffered by families of those lost to COVID-19, FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency has opened a COVID-19 funeral assistance program. The fund provides financial support for funeral expenses incurred due to COVID-19 related deaths. To apply or find out if you're eligible, please visit:
Eviction Moratorium Extended:

Gov. Beshear reminds Kentuckians that the CDC has extended its moratorium on evictions through March 31, 2021. The Governor renewed a previous executive order mandating that the CDC moratorium apply in Kentucky. The CDC order and the tenant declaration required by the CDC order and by the Governor’s order are available online.

Rent & Utility Relief Fund:
More Rent & Utility Assistance for Kentuckians will be available starting February 15, 2021. KY has newly available COVID-19 rent & utility relief! Starting February 15, you can apply for assistance, dating back to April 2020. For information or to apply, visit

Utility Disconnection Moratorium:

The Kentucky Public Service Commission is ending its moratorium on disconnections for nonpayment for the utilities it regulates on Oct. 20. To ensure there are protections when that begins, the Governor signed an executive order that ends the statewide moratorium on disconnections for nonpayment on Nov. 6, but takes additional steps to help Kentuckians.

The executive order designates $15 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds for the Healthy at Home Utility Relief Fund, which will provide relief for Kentuckians at risk of natural gas, water, wastewater or electric service disconnection.

The order will also require utilities to create a payment plan for residential customers that runs no less than six months. It will continue to waive late fees on utility bills for residential customers through Dec. 31, 2020.

Hopkinsville Electric System (HES) Update Regarding Disconnects for Nonpayment

*Kentuckians can find additional assistance paying for utilities through the funds and organizations listed here.

Healthy at Work - Find phased approach plans to reopen the economy here.    

These Hopkinsville facilities have resumed some public operations.

City of Hopkinsville:
2/26/21 Update:  City Offices Reopen to the Public Thanks to Steady Decline in COVID Cases (PDF)

Planters Bank-Jennie Stuart Health Sportsplex
1/26/21 Sportsplex Update (PDF) - Call (270) 985-1700 for more information.

Parks & Recreation
11/13/20 Update: For the second week in a row, the Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation Department will limit activity at its indoor facilities, due to a steady local uptick in COVID-19 cases and Christian County's continued "red" status within Kentucky's Incidence Rate map. 

The rollback has been in place since Monday, Nov. 9 and will continue indefinitely.   
Open gym sessions, classes, events, rentals and gatherings at Thomas Street Recreation Center will cease for at least one more week. With the guidance of the Christian County Health Department and local officials, Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation will continue to evaluate these closures on a weekly basis.
Outdoor facilities, such as the Hopkinsville Greenway Rail Trail, Hopkinsville Skatepark, Hopkinsville Dog Park and Tie Breaker Athletic Park Walking Trail, will remain open as usual, with CCHD guidelines and recommendations remaining in place. Visit for addresses and information pertaining to outdoor parks.
Be sure to follow Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation (@HoptownParks) and Planters Bank-Jennie Stuart Health Sportsplex (@HopSportsplex) on social media for updates and further announcements.  If you have any questions, please call 270-887-4290 or visit
Thomas Street Recreation Center:  Call (270) 887-4290 for more details. 

Public Library:  Visit for the latest info.

Bruce Convention Center: Operations have been resumed.  Complete reopening plans, on-site regulations, and details on available offerings may be found at  For more info or to book an event, call (270) 707-7000 or email

Driver's Licenses:
  Kentuckians can renew or replace a driving or identity credential through their Circuit Court Clerk’s preferred mail-in (download a form here) or drop method.  The order applies to Kentucky driver’s licenses, permits and state-issued identification cards that expired or will expire by June 30, 2021.  If you have questions about court cases or jury duty, please email  If you have questions about drivers license, please email  You may also call (270) 889-6539.

Restaurant & Business Support

Don't forget to support local restaurants and other businesses with pick up orders, by purchasing gift certificates, or leaving positive Yelp reviews.  Here's a list of downtown restaurant and beverage establishments as well as others around town.  These restaurants are offer takeout options.

Click HERE or on a link below for information on Small Business Administration loans, Unemployment Insurance, and other benefit program resources.

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