More news out of Andy Beshear’s Monday afternoon update: the governor recommended September 28 as the start date for in-person classes throughout Kentucky. Beshear doesn’t have the power to postpone all school on his own, but he did make the suggestion to wait another seven weeks before opening classrooms to students. He cites case numbers as his reasoning behind changing his recommendation from the third week of August.
And in case you missed it, Beshear also increased restaurant and bar capacity, but added a 10 p.m. service curfew to keep things from going far into the night when one’s decision-making can get foggy.
Now here’s Willie Cauley-Stein dunking on Florida to take your mind off coronavirus things.