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Three Rivers Health Department announced that Pendleton County has a third case of the growing COVID-19. It is the five case in the Three Rivers District as Carroll County has two cases. Both Owen and Gallatin have not reported a diagnosed, confirmed case.

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As Pendleton County Schools return from spring break in which they were not providing daily meals for students, they have altered their meal plan.

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    Three Rivers Health Department released two documents that announced a second COVID-19 case in Pendleton County and a second that laid out the response timeline of the two Pendleton County cases as well as two cases in other parts of their district.

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    While it has been widely thought that the coronavirus was in Pendleton County but just not a confirmed, diagnosed case, we now know it is officially here.
    Three Rivers Health Department released a statement on Monday afternoon verifying that a case had been confirmed.

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    With all the talk of the 2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) surrounding us, we can look back to the 1918 Spanish Influenza and see similarities and maybe some differences. That is, in how we, as a county, have handled them both.  But first, a little background information.

With both Kentucky and Pendleton County declared a state of emergency, Falmouth Mayor Ron Stinson released a directive on Thursday, March 26 concerning Falmouth.

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