First positive Warren County coronavirus case reported

6:10 p.m. UPDATE: A spokeswoman from TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital told WNKY that the individual tested positive at that medical facility. The following statement was released to WNKY:

TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital has protocols in place to care for patients with infectious diseases, and we have been working diligently to ensure we are prepared for potential issues related to COVID-19. TriStar Greenview has been notified that we have a patient who tested positive for COVID-19. We are following infection prevention protocols for COVID-19 patients, including isolation, to help ensure the safety of our colleagues, patients and visitors, and we continue to work closely with the CDC and health department.

5:15 p.m. UPDATE: The individual who tested positive has been identified as a 73-year-old man, according to the Barren River District Health Department. The department is attempting to make contact with all individuals the 73-year-old may have recently been in contact with.


BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- On Wednesday, Gov. Andy Beshear reported the first positive COVID-19 case in Warren County.

Details on the person infected were not released.

The individual did not test positive at The Medical Center at Bowling Green and as of 3:55 p.m., there were no positive cases at TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital. Where that person tested positive remains unclear.

There are now 34 confirmed cases in the state.