Kentucky once again set a record for COVID-19 yesterday, shattering the previous single-day case total. The state reported 3,649 cases on Thursday, in addition to 30 additional deaths. The new daily high caps a 400% increase in cases around the state in the past 9 weeks, according to the Governor’s office. Almost the entire state, except for 8 counties, are considered to be “red zone” areas. Locally, Lincoln Trail Health officials confirmed 216 new cases yesterday: 73 in Hardin, 24 in Meade, and 20 in LaRue. 12 patients within the district remain hospitalized.