LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Lexington Division of Community Corrections and its Fayette County Detention Center have tested more inmates and staff as part of ongoing efforts to keep a handle on its coronavirus outbreak, according to its latest report.
As of Friday evening’s report from Capt. Matt LeMonds, no additional inmates or staff have tested positive. Bu, a umber of more of both have bee tested.
The jail has been working under direction of the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department to test inmates and staff for COVID-19.
According to LeMonds’ report, as of Friday evening:
76 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19, the same as Thursday
322 have tested negative, up four
Results are pending for 92 inmates, up 86
490 inmates have been tested so far, up 90
6 staff members have tested positive, the same as Thursday
58 staff members have tested negative
Results are pending on 19 staff who have been tested
83 staff members have been tested, up 19
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