According to the news outlets, the vaccines were successfully taken to neighbouring Wolfe County, and not a dose was lost during transportation.
ICYMI: #Flooding has devastated parts of #Kentucky over the weekend after torrential #rain has soaked the Bluegrass state.— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) March 2, 2021
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On Sunday, Kentucky faced heavy rains that, together with melting snow, caused record flooding in the state. This prompted the Kentucky governor to declare a state of emergency in counties and cities across the state. According to Kentucky Emergency Management Director Michael Dossett, the record rainfall would result in the largest flooding in the state's history.