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Ongoing COVID-19 Coverage

Updated: Apr 28, 2020

From health to academia to fashion, COVID-19 is affecting how our lives are lived at the University of Kentucky, in our state and in the world. KRNL journalists and bloggers are keeping you updated on these changes. (Also check out the Kentucky Kernel, where our fellow student journalists are doing more excellent work.) This page, with links to articles and blogs below, serves as a centralized location for KRNL's coverage.


April 28:

Appreciating what we can during quarantine

April 24:

Late Night Entertainment: At Home Edition

April 21:

Like a Local: Wilson's Grocery

April 20:

The days before and after

Celebrity zoom reunions that we didn't know we needed

April 17:

Journalism professor continues to care for students during pandemic

From a part-time server: Please support local restaurants

Coping with quarantine through exercise, games

Riding horses through a pandemic

April 11:

Surprise from 6 feet away: Visiting relatives in Madisonville, Kentucky

April 9:

Trying drawing as a new quarantine hobby

How COVID-19, quarantine affect those who are already homebound

UK students marry in a 'tiny little intimate ceremony'

Best high fashion quarantine looks for your couch couture

April 8:

Positivity amidst the unknown (and a little brekky inspo)

April 6:

Living with a healthcare worker during COVID-19

Trying embroidery as a new quarantine hobby

Sunday morning service in an empty sanctuary

April 4:

5 albums to get you through quarantine

April 3:

Inside the quarantined life of a family of 10

Fruit of the Loom to make masks for healthcare workers

March 29:

Sunday morning worship amid COVID-19

March 26:

An early move-out day

March 24:

How to spend your quarantine time

March 19:

The beginning of a new day

March 18:

The coronavirus' impact on fashion

March 16:

Letter from the editor about the spring 2020 edition

March 15:

Bowling Green donut shops feels 'outpouring of support' amid coronavirus fears

March 12:

Students leave dorms ahead of spring break, two weeks of online classes

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