Counties with more than five new cases were Jefferson, 111; Fayette, 33; Warren, 30; Whitley, 23; Trigg, 18; Daviess, 13; Crittenden, Madison and Simpson, 12; Kenton and Morgan, 11; Boone, 10; Christian, McCracken, McCreary and Oldham, 9; Scott, 8; Hardin, Henderson, Jessamine, Knox, Laurel and Logan, 7; and Barren, Boyle, Bullitt, Lyon and Pulaski, 6.
- As Kentucky communities "slowly emerge from the pandemic, Covid-19 continues to linger, relegating many Kentuckians to celebrate Easter services in front of a computer screen rather than in person," reports Sarah Ladd of the Courier Journal. "Louisville churches are offering a variety of worship options this year as Covid-19 cases decline and vaccines increase."
- Delta Air Lines said it would stop blocking middle seats May 1. The company said nearly 65% of its 2019 fliers expect to have at least one dose of a vaccine by that date. It will still require masks.