Special Commission Meeting: Special Commission Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 10th at 7pm at the city building.  Members of the public will not be permitted to attend the meeting in-person, but are encouraged to view the meeting on the TBNK.org website.  Questions or concerns for the upcoming meeting can be submitted to the City Administrative Officer to present to the commission. Contact can be made by going to city's website or by calling 859-581-3234.

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News Update from Northern Kentucky Health Department

As of 4:30 p.m. Monday, April 20, 7 additional cases of COVID-19 have been identified in
Northern Kentucky, for 286 total cases. There are 140 cases in Kenton County, 55 cases in Campbell County,
77 cases in Boone County and 14 cases in Grant County. This includes three new COVID-19 related deaths.
The individuals were a Grant County resident in their 50s, and two Kenton County residents, in their 70s and
90s. Our thoughts go out to their loved ones during this difficult time. There have been 23 total deaths related
to COVID-19. For more data on COVID-19 infections in Northern Kentucky, please visit
https://nkyhealth.org/individual-or-family/health-alerts/coronavirus/
One of the benchmarks for reopening outlined by the Governor’s office is a decline in COVID-19 cases for a
14-day period. With the current number of cases reported daily, it will likely be some time before we reach that
milestone. According to Dr. Lynne Saddler, District Director of Health, “In accordance with the Governor’s plan,
it is important that reopening take place carefully, and that we recognize the initial phases will likely look very
different than things did before the COVID-19 pandemic. Reopening in phases can help to either prevent a
second spike in cases, or keep the spike low if people and businesses continue to take appropriate
precautions. It will not be business as usual like before COVID-19.”
If you develop a fever, cough or difficulty breathing, stay home and call your health care provider. Even without
testing, a health care provider can tell a patient if they think they have COVID-19, and provide the same
instructions for care. If you have mild symptoms, you must stay home, take fever-reducing medications and
avoid others. Additionally, it is important that you inform those with whom you have had close contact that they
have been exposed to COVID-19, should monitor for symptoms, and stay at home. Learn how to prevent the
spread of the virus in your home at https://bit.ly/3dBMfCO. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
NKY Health has been actively responding to the COVID-19 crisis for months. We continue to provide guidance and collaborate with local officials, health care providers, first responders, schools, businesses, social service agencies, and others, as well as respond to a high volume of questions from the public. We are also coordinating the distribution of personal protective equipment from the Strategic National Stockpile to health care providers and first responders. If you have personal protective equipment to donate, please visit
https://secure.kentucky.gov/formservices/TeamKentucky/PPE.
NKY Health continues to work with other response agencies and Northern Kentucky residents to take the actions necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. For more information, visit our COVID-19 page on www.nkyhealth.org or www.kycovid19.ky.gov. You can also call Kentucky’s COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-722-5725. To report observations of non-compliance with the restrictions on workplaces and public gathering, call 1-833-KYSAFER.