From the Laurel County Health Department:
Have you tested positive for COVID-19 or been a close contact of someone who has tested positive?
If you receive a positive COVID-19 test result, please isolate yourself immediately. Do not wait on a call from the health department to isolate. It may be 24-48 hours after you receive your positive test result before you are contacted by our office. It is also important to make sure the testing location you had your test performed at has your correct phone number. Isolation Information for COVID-19 Positive Cases: https://laurelcohealthdept.org/…/Case-One-Pager-11-16…
If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19:
Due to the increase in cases in our county, you may not be contacted by our office if you are a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. We are asking the positive case to contact anyone they have had close contact with during their incubation period to let them know they need to quarantine. *There are certain instances in which we are still calling close contacts, but in many instances, we will not be calling them.
*If you are FULLY VACCINATED and have been in contact with a positive COVID-19 case: https://chfs.ky.gov/…/QuarantineofVaccinatedPersonsGuid…
If you are NOT FULLY VACCINATED and have been in contact with a positive COVID-19 case: https://laurelcohealthdept.org/…/New-CDC-Quarantine…
Taxpayers, this season we are requesting that you please utilize the City’s drive-thru to help reduce the spread of COVID.
London City Hall’s regular hours will resume on Tuesday, May 26th from 8am to 4pm Monday-Friday.
We encourage the public to utilize the drive-thru window as much as possible to continue to help each other remain healthy. To follow up with changes within our community as businesses and organizations begin to re-open their doors to the public, please visit http://www.londonky.gov/covid19/
***UPDATED ON MONDAY, MARCH 30TH, 2020***
On the advice of the Laurel County Health Department, all City of London playgrounds and basketball courts are now closed until further notice. Walking trails will remain open at this time.
Stay strong, stay aware and stay safe.
For current state-wide information and announcements, visit kycovid19.ky.gov.
The Campground at Levi Jackson is open! For NEW Reservations there is a 20% discount from now until the end of April. No better place to be than outdoors! To view availability visit our website www.levijacksonpark.com or www.bookyoursite.com. Our campground store is open for anything you may need. Please use the check-in window and one of the clerks will be happy to get you whatever items you may need.
Due to the COVID 19 virus we are taking a few extra precautions: Effective Tues 3/24/20 the campground store will be open as a walk-up only. We will be happy to get whatever items you need but we will not allow anyone to enter from the outside. We are also doing our part sanitizing our playgrounds and bathhouses more frequently to ensure everyone’s safety.
We ask that you help us do the same. We appreciate our campers and our citizens that utilize Levi on a daily basis.
Click the button below for Gov. Andy Beshear’s latest Executive Order regarding life-sustaining businesses:
For questions about the coronavirus in Kentucky, call the state COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-722-5725.
Receive the latest information, including things you can do to protect you and your family, by going to the state COVID-19 website kycovid19.ky.gov.
Mayor Troy Rudder is announcing that out of respect for our employees and respect for the general public, and with guidance from both State and Federal governments, the City of London asks that customers use the drive-through at both City Hall and the London Utility Commission.
The Police, and Fire Departments along with the Community Center have glass partitions for your safety and ours. All business transactions including building permits and business licenses can be made by using our drive-up window. For other matters, call us at 864-4169.
Stay strong, stay aware and stay safe.