Report: 27 Workers At Keeneland Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since May 9

As states continue the rolling back COVID-19 closures and restrictions, the Lexington-Herald Leader reported Friday that more workers at Keeneland have tested positive for the virus than any other employer in Lexington.

Since reopening in Kentucky began on May 9, the newspaper reported 27 people at the track have tested positive. Most of them are backstretch workers, rather than Keeneland employees.

All but two of the 27 have since been cleared to return to work.

Keeneland officials reported that 1,000 tests have been administered to workers as part of its biosecurity protocol. Anyone testing positive is required to quarantine off-site.

Read more at the Lexington Herald-Leader

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