Woodford County Health Department is the lead organization guiding our COVID-19 activities.
229 N. Main St.
Versailles, KY 40383
Covid-19 protocols and services of local agencies - please click here.
- The following locations are offering free masks, available for pick-up
- The Woodford County Detention Center (859)873-3196
- The Woodford County Health Department (859)873-4541
Food Delivery and Resources:
Versailles Baptist Church
- Free Monday night meals are available for pick-up and delivery for those in need. Please call (859)873-3901 to sign up. Pick up times are 5:30-6:30 pm at 160 Lexington St. Versailles, KY 40383
Midway Christian Church
- The Coronavirus Caregivers Ministry is offering home delivery services for groceries, medicine and other essential living items, for all Woodford County seniors and citizens with compromised immune systems that are unable to obtain items themselves. To set up a delivery time, or for more information, please contact their office at (859)873-7338 Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm.
- Volunteers available to help run errands for those in need. Please call (859)846-4102
- Journey Church has teamed up with Gluten Free Miracles. If you have a special gluten free diet, and are in need of meal assistance, please sign up for food delivery here or call (859)873-7421if you have any questions.
- In addition to free lunch, food bags will be available for families who are in need of extra food staples during the summer. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Olivia Britton at (859) 753-7692 or Abby Van Meter at (859) 753-7694.
- The Woodford County Food Pantry will be drive-thru only. You can view the press release here.
RECOVERY - HEALTHY AT WORK:
Please Click here for Information Pertaining to Kentucky's Re-opening/Health at Work Plan
Healthy at Work is a phased approach to reopen Kentucky’s economy. It is based on criteria set by public health experts and advice from industry experts. Each phase will be rolled out in steps to ensure the Commonwealth’s citizens can safely return to work while still protecting the most vulnerable Kentuckians.
- Enforce Social Distancing (six (6) feet or more)
- Universal face coverings
- Provide Adequate Hand Sanitizer and Encourage Hand Washing
- Ensure Proper Sanitation
- Conduct Daily Temperature/Health checks