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Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update September 3, 2020

Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update September 3, 2020
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  • 50,885 Cases (+906), 976 Deaths (+10)
  • New cases by county: 192x Jefferson, 89x Warren, 68x Fayette, 66x Madison, 25x Daviess, 21x Green, 20x Henderson, 20x Kenton, 19x Pulaski, 18x Union, 17x Franklin, 16x Hardin, 15x Jackson, 15x Logan, 12x McCracken, 12x Oldham, 11x Bell, 11x Calloway, 11x Campbell, 11x Scott, 10x Barren, 9x Bullitt, 9x Christian, 9x Crittenden, 8x Boyd, 8x Nelson, 7x Monroe, 6x Grayson, 6x Greenup, 6x Laurel, 6x Shelby, 6x Simpson, 5x Graves, 5x McLean, 4x Bourbon, 4x Casey, 4x Clay, 4x Estill, 4x Hancock, 4x Harlan, 4x Hart, 4x Knox, 4x Lewis, 4x Powell, 4x Rowan, 4x Todd, 4x Webster, 4x Whitley, 3x Adair, 3x Boone, 3x Carter, 3x Hopkins, 3x Letcher, 3x Marion, 3x McCreary, 3x Mercer, 3x Russell, 3x Trigg, 3x Washington, 2x Butler, 2x Carroll, 2x Jessamine, 2x Livingston, 2x Metcalfe, 2x Montgomery, 2x Muhlenberg, 2x Perry, 2x Pike, 2x Rockcastle, 2x Taylor, 2x Wayne, 1x Allen, 1x Anderson, 1x Ballard, 1x Bracken, 1x Breathitt, 1x Caldwell, 1x Cumberland, 1x Elliott, 1x Fleming, 1x Harrison, 1x Henry, 1x Hickman, 1x Johnson, 1x Larue, 1x Lincoln, 1x Magoffin, 1x Meade, 1x Morgan, 1x Ohio, 1x Owen, 1x Owsley, 1x Robertson, 1x Spencer, 1x Woodford
  • New deaths by county: 72 F Jefferson, 79 F Jefferson, 72 F Jefferson, 85 F Jefferson, 88 F Lewis, 76 M Lewis, 70 M Jefferson, 73 M Jefferson, 52 M Barron, 60 F Jefferson
  • (Dr. Stack) I've said this repeatedly. I'll say it again. There will not be a vaccine for virtually everybody this calendar year. I know that there's a press to make these timelines suggest we're going to have vaccines going out the door to people in October and November. Let me be very clear about this. Because of the nature of this disease and that vaccine, we will do our very best to review the evidence available so that we can recommend affirmatively to the people in Kentucky when it's safe to get a vaccine. There are some really good and incredible things that have been done to accelerate the progression for how quickly we can get a vaccine. But there are some corners that cannot be cut. When you give a vaccine to a healthy person, you have to ensure that you are not going to take a healthy person and hurt them. Vaccines are incredibly safe and are one of the modern miracles of medical science, and it's imperative that they continue to be safe. And so we have to finish those trials; there are no shortcuts. And so we have to see where we are each step along the way before we're going to recommend and then deploy those on Kentuckians. We're not here to experiment on you here. We're here to keep you safe and prevent illness and disease, but yes we are working very actively. We are well aware of the timelines, and we are an active collaboration along all three levels of government.
  • Dr. Stack: It's Labor Day weekend this weekend. It's the Oaks, and it's also the Kentucky Derby, all sorts of wonderful things we celebrate in our state. I hope you have time to spend time with friends and family and enjoy some nice weather, but please do it safely. This is exactly when people take their eye off the ball. This is when we get together for parties in our backyards and family from out of town comes together. People have a glass of wine or a glass of bourbon or Mint Julep, and they forget about the key things that we have to do in the middle of a global pandemic. So please watch your distance, wear your mask, and wash your hands. Please do those things so that we can enjoy each other, but stay safe. Though we may be at a plateau, we're going to, probably, we're on the track of a record total this week, which is not good. And that's a challenge. We’re at a higher level now, and if we take our eye off the ball, and it gets out of control, we could find ourselves much more easily and quickly in trouble. So please watch your distance, wash your hands, and wear your mask, and we can enjoy each other and do it safely.
  • Would you clarify the masking/distancing requirement. Do you have to have a mask if you’re at least 6ft apart or not? -- So if you are inside generally you ought to be wearing a mask. If you are at a Derby party, unless you can spread out really, really significantly, unless you have really good ventilation, we would highly recommend wearing a mask. If you're going to sit down to eat inside, again we'd suggest that you do it outside, but just spread out as far as you possibly can. We say six feet, more is better. And if you're unmasked inside- it's much better. If you are outside, and you can stay six feet apart, you don't have to have the mask on but if, if you're with more than 10 people, kind of in a confined space, let's be realistic- people are walking around and moving around and that means you're going to be putting it on and taking it off so if you keep the numbers at the right place. You can follow the rules to say stay safe a lot better. And I hope everybody's out there getting tested every so often to- that helps too.
  • Let’s be honest- what will it take for restaurants to reset capacity and get to 100%? -- The questions on restaurants and when we might see 100%. I've tried to be transparent with the people of Kentucky even when it's bad news. I don't see us hitting 100% of restaurant capacity until we have a vaccine. It's right now, the federal government and most of our counties, wants it to be at 25%.
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  • Good afternoon, it is Thursday at 4pm. We've all been together now four times this week, every day we have shown another school or school system that is stepping up to do their part, protect their kids, work to get back to in person classes. Today, it is Livingston County. We appreciate all of their efforts to educate all of our children to improve this Commonwealth as some of our most important job creators and to keep people safe during this difficult time. Our educators, everybody who works in those buildings have been incredible heroes during this taking care of the needs of kids when they're not coming into that building every day. Today's update it's really going to be in two parts. The first part we got some really good news about things going on in Kentucky, a whole lot going on, including a pretty special jobs announcement. And the second half where we talk about COVID it's going to be a lot different. Today, I think we have the third highest number of cases that we've had since the beginning, though, our positivity rate stays below five, and continues to drop, but it's important. It's important during these times that we also see the hope, the positivity, the new businesses investing in Kentucky, every single day and then there are some real special both projects and, and this jobs announcement today that I am pretty excited about.
  • So we're going to go through our first four pieces of news pretty quickly. They are all pretty exciting.
  • First, infrastructure recap. This morning we were able to announce grants to four Eastern Kentucky counties that are going to help ensure that people have clean drinking water or the infrastructure that they need to attract jobs. I believe that clean water is a basic human right. I've talked about working to make sure everyone in Kentucky has access to it and nowhere more than Eastern Kentucky, do some people, and even some businesses, lack that access. So in Floyd County, we announced the $248,955 grant for the ESCO bottom emergency waterline project. This is going to repair an outdated waterline. It'll extend 1,700 linear feet of water line to provide better drinking water for 15 area businesses and 300 households. This is the point that everybody counts. These 300 households will now be able to get clean, safe, reliable drinking water- that's progress and we're excited about it. Harlan County fiscal court getting $153,846 for their business park natural gas infrastructure project. They have an exciting business park down there- ready to attract more jobs to the area. The number one thing those businesses have asked for is to see that natural gas hookup ready and available before they agree to come. This is going to move Harlan much closer to attracting that next series of businesses. Paintsville in Johnson County, they're going to use a $1.5 million grant for the Paintsville-Johnson County Economic Development sewer expansion project. It’s going to extend a sewer line from the Paintsville wastewater treatment plant to the Honey Branch wastewater treatment plant. It's going to provide utility service for 10 area businesses and 75 households. Again, everybody counts, let's make sure that we have clean water and then the necessary sewer lines to everybody throughout this Commonwealth. And finally, Salyersville in Magoffin County. They're going to use a $453,580 grant for the Route 30 Pressure-Sewer Project. It's going to be one that provides reliable service to 3 area businesses 27 households and let me tell you with the Mountain Parkway and our effort and the dollars we are putting in to open up Eastern Kentucky, Salyersville and Magoffin County, and all these other counties, but with the expansion coming to Salyersville, to Magoffin County first. There are some really exciting things in the future, right there.
  • So those are four projects, even in the middle of COVID where we are providing the infrastructure to where we don't just rebuild we build better here in Kentucky. We make sure every area has the ability to compete for the jobs, we're going to talk about those today, to make sure they have bright futures for all of our children and no one is ever told they need to move to pursue a great opportunity.
  • Alright, second one, which is roads. Today, an exciting announcement for Monroe County of 3.8 miles of new road creating an alternative north-south route. The goal of the bypass is to relieve traffic congestion, reduce large commercial truck traffic in downtown Tompkinsville, and improve access to the industrial park. As you notice everything we are doing when we're investing during this is about the future, is about jobs, is about a better life. In addition to relieving congestion and large commercial vehicles in the downtown area, the new road provides more direct access to the east side medical and emergency health services. Construction began in November 2017. It's finished now- $28.5 million project and including numerous safety improvements. Congratulations to Monroe County, an area where sometimes they feel like they might not get these dollars coming from Frankfort. This is exciting. And again, it ensures every part of Kentucky has real opportunity.
  • I'm gonna flip the next two, that we were going to talk about. This came through this afternoon, really exciting. Nine Kentucky airports are going to receive more than $94 million dollars in grants. This is a huge amount of money coming into some of our largest, but also some of our growing, airports. They include airports in ETown, Gilbertsville, the Kentucky Dam State Park, the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport, and of course huge things going on there with Amazon building one of its largest transportation air facilities in the world right there, Lewisport in Hancock County, of course, Lexington’s airport, Louisville's airport, Middlesboro, Paducah, the Barkley Regional Airport is getting a significant amount of dollars. You may remember before COVID, we announced an investment that was going to allow them to rebuild their terminal. It's really exciting with the investment that's going on there and this is going to help bring it to fruition- Open up Western Kentucky when you look at I-69, which we're committed to doing, you look at some other improvements they've made and then you give them a world class airport. Western Kentucky is poised to take off again so think about it. We talked about opportunity, wanting it everywhere, and today we've talked about western, eastern, and southern Kentucky. So pretty exciting.
  • Last part of our very first quick four things. You gotta vote. I think that right now we've had several hundred thousand Kentuckians request their absentee ballots. If you are concerned about COVID, about going into a polling location, worried that you could get it and be harmed, or spread it to someone who will be harmed, make sure to http://govoteky.com/ and get your absentee ballot. I think we have an opportunity to break every record for turnout here in Kentucky, because we have more options than ever before on how to vote, vote by absentee ballot vote, in the early voting which is three weeks out from the election, vote on election day. This is the bedrock principle of democracy. We've got I think 190,000 people that have had their voting rights restored for this election and every election after. This is an exciting time please. Please get out and vote.
  • Alright. Our next piece of great news today is about Wilde Brands, a new great Kentucky company. Today we're joined by Jason Wright founder and CEO of Wilde Brands and his team to announce the company's new 50 job manufacturing facility in Winchester. Their nearly $10 million investment and job creation are helping us to build, back, better. In addition to their role and making Kentucky's economy stronger in the future, Jason and his team are true innovators. Wilde Brands makes snack chips using all natural chicken breast. That's right, they've replaced the potato in potato chips. Their Wilde Chips are high protein and keto diet friendly. As an innovator, because he is, we talked about some of the machinery that they had to build and he's talking about trying these in his own kitchen. Jason conceptualized and oversaw the development of an industrial frying system specifically for animal protein chips- it's the only one in the world, and he holds the patent, so everybody out there will eventually be jealous, and they can come talk to you about that. The system is going to be installed in the company's new factory in Clark County meaning we're going to have it here in Kentucky, some of the newest technology renovations are underway and the Wilde Brands operation is on target to open late this year. One of the reasons Wilde Brands selected Kentucky for this project is Team Kentucky was able to move fast- it's one of the things we're talking to every business on when you're making a decision, and you're ready to start a new part of your company, you want to do it fast. I'm proud that team Kentucky is able to bring together multiple cabinets and agencies and to truly be responsive. Time’s money and speed was and remains paramount for this project. That's why today I'd like to also thank developers Ron and Patrick Tierney who quickly met the company's needs. Patrick's here with us today, got to talk a little bit about how this all came to fruition. But remember our developers aren't just in business on their own, they are selling Kentucky, they are selling their communities, they're selling opportunity every day, and we owe them a big round of thanks for the development that we see here today. With that, I'd like to turn it over to Jason Wright and his team to say a few words about their company, their new facility, and why they chose Kentucky, though the reason is pretty clear- I mean it's the greatest state in the United States.
  • Jason Wright takes over: Andy, that was well said I really appreciate it. Thanks for having us. You know we are super excited to be here in Kentucky. The Tierney’s you mentioned earlier, they were a big supporter and bringing us to Winchester and I'd like to thank them and you nailed it- speed was really a big part of this, as well as being centrally located, because you know talking about our equipment, you know, we were a small company we only have one, you know, or two big custom built fryers and it was important for us to be in a facility that we could get to the East coast and the West Coast, you know, within a day's drive. So Kentucky was really appealing to us but you know, Wilde- You said it best this never done before product is a product made of chicken breast and eats like potato chips. There's- we deliver 10 grams of protein, we have crazy flavor profiles, Nashville Hot, buffalo chicken, and waffle. And at the end of this year 100% of our products will be made here in the state of Kentucky. We'll also distribute and sell to Amazon and our direct to consumer business will go out of our Winchester facility. So excuse me, we're super excited. And the one note I like to say, is for the first time ever, pork chips will be introduced. And we will introduce them and they'll be made here for the first time in the state of Kentucky. And this product can be found from Whole Foods to Kroger and, and then other, you know, stores as we expand our distribution with this new 15,000 square foot facility.
  • One thing I'd like to note that we're going to create about 30 jobs this year, and we're looking to add about 50 to 75 plus in 2021. This will be my second home, you know I'm originally from South Carolina, I started the company in Boulder, Colorado, but we're moving 50% of the company now here to Kentucky.
  • Andy: Thank you, Jason. -- Jason: Thank you, Andy.
  • Andy takes over: And we're gonna work tirelessly to make sure we can get it that other 50% here, and we'll keep making sure that we're providing the very best offers, and, I can't wait until Jason, and then the other families involved get to see what it's like to live and work here.
  • Alright so, listen, lots of good things going on in Kentucky. And no one's pausing everything we need to do, just because of COVID, but COVID is a one in every hundred year epidemic, and we got to take it seriously. And we're seeing a rough week this week. While our positivity rate is going down where we got a lot of testing going on, which is a real positive. We're just seeing some, some high numbers.
  • Positive cases today: 906 - that's our third highest total since the very beginning.
  • Probable cases: 4,719
  • Total confirmed cases: 50,885
  • Children Under 18: 124
  • New cases by county: We have 95 counties with at least one COVID case today. That shows how widespread it is, I'm just going to read the double digit ones, and that's even going to take some time. 192x Jefferson, 89x Warren, 68x Fayette, 66x Madison, 25x Daviess, 21x Green, 20x Henderson, 20x Kenton, 19x Pulaski, 18x Union, 17x Franklin, 16x Hardin, 15x Jackson, 15x Logan, 12x McCracken, 12x Oldham, 11x Bell, 11x Calloway, 11x Campbell, 11x Scott, 10x Barren, 9x Bullitt, 9x Christian, 9x Crittenden, 8x Boyd, 8x Nelson, 7x Monroe, 6x Grayson, 6x Greenup, 6x Laurel, 6x Shelby, 6x Simpson, 5x Graves, 5x McLean, 4x Bourbon, 4x Casey, 4x Clay, 4x Estill, 4x Hancock, 4x Harlan, 4x Hart, 4x Knox, 4x Lewis, 4x Powell, 4x Rowan, 4x Todd, 4x Webster, 4x Whitley, 3x Adair, 3x Boone, 3x Carter, 3x Hopkins, 3x Letcher, 3x Marion, 3x McCreary, 3x Mercer, 3x Russell, 3x Trigg, 3x Washington, 2x Butler, 2x Carroll, 2x Jessamine, 2x Livingston, 2x Metcalfe, 2x Montgomery, 2x Muhlenberg, 2x Perry, 2x Pike, 2x Rockcastle, 2x Taylor, 2x Wayne, 1x Allen, 1x Anderson, 1x Ballard, 1x Bracken, 1x Breathitt, 1x Caldwell, 1x Cumberland, 1x Elliott, 1x Fleming, 1x Harrison, 1x Henry, 1x Hickman, 1x Johnson, 1x Larue, 1x Lincoln, 1x Magoffin, 1x Meade, 1x Morgan, 1x Ohio, 1x Owen, 1x Owsley, 1x Robertson, 1x Spencer, 1x Woodford
  • And then, you know, the list today is three pages long. It'll be on the website. Don't be fooled. It's in your community. Make sure you do what it takes to protect yourself, protect your family, and ultimately protect people that you don't even know so that you're not spreading this. And I know we're asking a lot, you know I look back and as governor, one of the things that you do is you travel, you have all the different means to travel. Before this, we were traveling at least twice a week, being all across Kentucky celebrating some real exciting news that was out there. And I'm really not doing that at the moment because I'm trying to live by the suggestions that I'm making to everybody else. But I'm also a dad. I'm a husband and I want to do what it takes to make sure I'm protecting my family too. We need everybody else out there to be thinking about it that way as well. So please do what it takes.
  • Total tests conducted: 902,446 (PCR: 839,705, Serology: 47,516)
  • Positivity Rate: 4.53% - Our positivity rate though has actually gone down since yesterday because we had a significant amount of tests come in, and that's good. We want that right under five we really want it under four and if we can push it down even further. But we definitely want less overall cases too. There are two metrics that we're looking at, at the same time, we are thankful for the number of tests because it lets us react better and make sure that we can do the quarantines that are necessary and prevent it from spreading even more. But I do think it shows that we're probably being a little more lax in our daily lives than we should be right now. 906 cases used to be unfathomable here in Kentucky and now we're seeing it more often than we ever wanted to, let's make sure that we do something about it. So, you know, wear your masks, Livingston County is doing it, stay six feet apart, and as Dr Stack will talk about, make sure you're really careful this weekend. It's a time when we could have major spread in the virus, let's make sure that it's not.
  • Total hospitalized: 4,684
  • Currently hospitalized: 568
  • Total in ICU: 1,403
  • Currently in ICU: 132
  • On a ventilator:
  • Total recovered: 10,547
  • New deaths today: 10 - This week is gonna be probably the single largest week we've had for losing Kentuckians.
  • Total Deaths: 976
  • New deaths by county: 72 F Jefferson, 79 F Jefferson, 72 F Jefferson, 85 F Jefferson, 88 F Lewis, 76 M Lewis, 70 M Jefferson, 73 M Jefferson, 52 M Barron, 60 F Jefferson
  • Again we see all different types of counties. We have people in their 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s on today's report so in your 50s, your parents in your 60s, 70s, and 80s you may be grandparents. So, again, let's have those green lights. Let's honor those we've lost. There are a lot of people this week, a lot of families that are going to need us. Let's make sure we're there for them. ring those bells at 10am. You know, these families don't have the option of being tired. They don't. So we can't be tired either we got to be there for him.
  • Racial breakdown of all cases: 79.92% Caucasian, 12.13% Black or African-American, 1.80% Asian, 5.62% Multiracial
  • Ethnicity breakdown of all cases: 87.89% non-Hispanic and 12.11% Hispanic
  • Racial breakdown of all deaths: 83.31% Caucasian, 13.10% Black or African-American, 1.23% Asian, 2.35% Multiracial
  • Ethnicity breakdown of all deaths: 96.39% non-Hispanic and 3.61% Hispanic
  • A couple of the areas where we break down information. And folks, please, please go to the website: http://kyCOVID19.ky.gov/ I got a letter from some folks, I knew some of the folks on it, really intelligent people, but didn't know of half the cases in their field that are all published online. You can go, if you want to look at long term care, if that's where you are, click on it and get detailed information facilities. If about your schools, you can go and you can click and you can see information about specifically where cases have been. And that's really important to know if they're in your county or in your backyard so please http://kyCOVID19.ky.gov/ We're asking more of people as we go forward. More decisions to be made by our leaders, our local, and our school leaders- and we just need to make sure that you are actually looking at the information and the data that's up there. Because we all know if we have more and better data we make better decisions and we are always trying to work to provide it in a better form. One of the reasons we're still trying to work on a faster dashboard for schools is our data because of what has to go through trails several days, if not sometimes more. And if you're operating a facility in a certain city you probably want to know pretty quickly what else is going on out there. So we're working really hard on making that happen so that we can meet our goal, which I anticipate we will have kids back in class on September the 28th.
  • Long Term Care Facilities: 28 new residents and 26 new staff positive from yesterday, and 5 more deaths.
    • Total facilities: 311
    • Total deaths: 563
    • Active cases: 582 residents, 379 staff
    • Total cases: 3537 residents, 2143 staff
  • K-12 Update (PDF): 67 new students and 22 new faculty/staff positive from yesterday, 44 new schools.
    • Total facilities: 250
    • Active cases: 273 students, 102 faculty/staff
    • Total cases: 433 students, 121 faculty/staff
  • That means they again it doesn't mean that their school is necessarily in person or not, you can go to the website, you can click on it you can see it by school district, you can see it by actual school you can see active cases, versus previous cases, you have all of that information at your fingertips. And again, 44- 44 new schools have at least one positive case that has been associated with them. Again, it might not be active. When you look at the active cases versus the total cases, you'll see that not all of them are active. Now, we are working on trying to address this issue of numbers of recovered individuals. We just don't know enough about this virus. We have people that are still, they don't appear to be infectious, but they're still suffering months later so what does it mean to be recovered. I think one thing we're working on is perhaps whether it is active or inactive meaning the virus can be spread. But I don't want to present a false sense of security saying that people are just recovered when it appears that you can have complications, even when you're no longer infectious and maybe when you haven't had complications for several months. That's us trying to make sure we are presenting the data in a scientific and honest way, and it's this piece on what word is used there. It's difficult, it's a challenge as we're learning more.
  • University Update (PDF): 69 new students and 2 new faculty/staff positive from yesterday, 1 new school.
    • Total facilities: 30
    • Active cases: 675 students, 23 faculty/staff
    • Total cases: 1366 students, 56 faculty/staff
  • With that, I will turn it over to Dr Stack, he has a little and then we will get to questions.
  • (Dr. Stack takes over.) Thank you, Governor. Good afternoon, everyone. I actually have a longer list of things to go over today for the reporters here and the ones at home. Hopefully there's some stuff you can convey from here because these questions keep coming up. I'm going to do something I don't normally do. We have some reporter questions here that I'm going to tack on to the press conference to do it. The first one has to do with COVID-19 vaccination. The question that came in, in this instance, was from Selena from NPR, and the questions had to do with the coordination with the federal rollout of the vaccine, creating distribution centers, the timelines which are short, as they are presented. I wanted to put this in context. So, the Kentucky Department for Public Health and partnership with the Kentucky Emergency Management Agency and others, and local health departments, are working to create our plans in partnership with the federal government, the state government, and the local government so that when a safe and reliable vaccine is available, we can deploy that in a timely manner to everybody who's eligible for it. There are some things I want to mention about this though:
  • I've said this repeatedly. I'll say it again. There will not be a vaccine for virtually everybody this calendar year. I know that there's a press to make these timelines suggest we're going to have vaccines going out the door to people in October and November. Let me be very clear about this. Because of the nature of this disease and that vaccine, we will do our very best to review the evidence available so that we can recommend affirmatively to the people in Kentucky when it's safe to get a vaccine. There are some really good and incredible things that have been done to accelerate the progression for how quickly we can get a vaccine. But there are some corners that cannot be cut. When you give a vaccine to a healthy person, you have to ensure that you are not going to take a healthy person and hurt them. Vaccines are incredibly safe and are one of the modern miracles of medical science, and it's imperative that they continue to be safe. And so we have to finish those trials; there are no shortcuts. And so we have to see where we are each step along the way before we're going to recommend and then deploy those on Kentuckians. We're not here to experiment on you here. We're here to keep you safe and prevent illness and disease, but yes we are working very actively. We are well aware of the timelines, and we are an active collaboration along all three levels of government.
  • Next question l crossed had a question about testing. There's been a lot of discussion about the various types of tests, pivoting in strategies, trying to get more rapid tests, maybe a little less reliable but rapid and more easily available to people across different settings, not just elaborate in a hospital but perhaps at home or in schools and other locations. There's some exciting science and exciting possibilities in this. There really are, and we're actively working on those things. I do want to put that in context, though. So, we have typically relied on the health care system to provide medical testing and for people to get tests. That is almost always how we get our medical evaluations. There are some instances where you can go to the drugstore and buy a pregnancy test, or perhaps buy a HIV test. There are some conditions for which the Food and Drug Administration has approved, that the test is safe enough, reliable enough, and someone can properly interpret the result that it's safe to release it to the public. We're in the middle of a global pandemic. And we are having tests approved in ways and at a rate that has not been done before. The standard for approval has been lowered, the types of approval, are not necessarily always even approval. They’re tolerance or acceptance of the existence of a test, which is not the same thing as scientifically rigorous approval, and I don't say that to undermine confidence in these things. I've said consistently all along this, that there are some tests that are ready for primetime and you should have great confidence in that. The laboratory provided PCR tests; polymerase chain reaction tests are incredibly reliable; and we've got some wonderful laboratory service providers here in the state and hospitals doing great work. The challenge with those is they take a little more time and sometimes they take too long in other states. Kentucky, for the most part, we do pretty well there.
  • There are other tests, like the Abbott ID Now, which is a point of care test for Molecular diagnostic tests like a PCR version. And then there's antigen tests and now there's multiple platforms for them that are approved so far. Those are all useful in the right setting, but you have to know when. Those are better used on people with active symptoms and disease. They're more reliable then, but you may miss people without symptoms, in the asymptomatic populations. It doesn't mean they're not useful, just means you have to use them properly. And so we're going to continue to advise the right place, the right time, and how you can use those safely. And then there's those little chips that you may have seen. There's a new Abbott chip, and the federal government says they're going to distribute millions of those to states in the very near future. And we're very grateful for that resource. I think that's a good example of the federal government providing resources, but how we use them matters. So all you hear, a lot of times, and this is not a criticism of the media; it's just the leveling of the reporting that is appropriate, is it's a $5 test and anyone can do it. But the approval document for the test says it has to be done in a CLIA-waived laboratory, or by a CLIA-waived laboratory. Well, there's no K through 12 school in the state that's a CLIA-waived laboratory and so there's a lot of other complexities that go with this and then even if we get an initial shipment of these, the company can only produce so many. So you can do a one off test but you can't sustain it if you can't buy the materials and continue it past the initial trial. So, none of this is intended to discourage us from finding innovative ways to try to manage the disease and get us back to work faster and keep people safe. But I do think it's very important, and I hope you've come to have confidence and rely on what I and we say here that we will continue to try to advise you based on the good science and the availability of these resources, so we can keep people safe.
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Benefits of Adobe InDesign 2020:
  • New features add footnotes
  • Improvements to the OpenType
  • Control scale arrow pointers
  • Simplified search as Adobe Stock
  • New features the Creative Cloud the Libraries
  • Improving the Creative Cloud the Assets
  • Access to store Typekit the Marketplace
  • Integration with the Animate 2020
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What’s New:
Version 16.0: Seamless content reviews with text annotations:
  • Experience the enhanced review process with new set of review tools like highlight text, insert text, and, strikethrough text
Locate colors in your documents:
  • Find any unused colors in InDesign document objects quickly and replace them using Find/Change colors
Intelligent subject detection and text wrap:
  • Powered by Adobe Sensei, wrap text around the contours of a subject directly without having to use Alpha Channels or Photoshop paths
Use HSB values without RGB translation:
  • Eliminate the need to translate color values into RGB. Use HSB values in InDesign wherever color values can be set
Detect damaged documents and recover:
  • Detect the damaged documents and try to repair them on Adobe servers, all within InDesign application
Use navigation points in Media panel:
  • Use navigation points to start playing video content from a specific point and save time in searching content in videos
Fixed issues:
  • Stability:
    • CEPHtmlEngine causing CPU to max out at 100%
    • Indesign crashes when spell check is run
    • InDesign crashes while adjusting the font axes in TT Octosquares Variable Font
    • CEPHtmlEngine Helper can prompt frequent crashes in InDesign
    • Plugplugowl.dll file error causes InDesign to crash
    • Fixed random crashes for document rendering
    • Clicking on a linked image to display the Link info area can result in a crash, if there are multiple instances of the same asset
    • InDesign freezes in the Start workspace during startup
    • Fixed random crashes in color related workflow
    • InDesign crashes when scrolling through a large document
    • InDesign crashes randomly while exporting document to PDF
    • InDesign crashes when importing a Microsoft Word file
    • Scripting issue: InDesign crashes while rendering images on GPU for few assets
    • Memory allocation issue: InDesign crashes randomly while rendering large documents
    • InDesign crashes randomly while quitting the application
    • Indesign crashes while attempting to open an IDML document
    • InDesign crashes while resizing a text frame
    • [macOS only] InDesign crashes randomly while rendering large documents due to memory allocation issues
    • InDesign crashes on selecting the Text tool from the toolbar on a clean install macOS Mojave
    • ID crashes on saving to a read-only location
  • User experience improvements:
    • Media panel appearing too big in high-resolution display making it unusable
    • Cursor is not visible in input fields in Light and Medium Light themes in InDesign 15.1.2
    • The search panel Find similar images in CC Libraries won’t cancel after running a search on it
    • German translation error, Nächstes should be in lowercase
    • Unable to send wireframes from Adobe Comp on iPad to InDesign
    • Shortcuts and keyboard keys stop working
    • Media panel is removed from the Interactive For PDF workspace
  • Scripting:
    • An error in the IXMLOutStream.h header file
    • Proper error message not returned for missing csv in dataMerge scripting
  • Production:
    • Text with CFF Fonts applied in the PDF files goes missing when placed in InDesign and seen with Overprint Preview or exported
    • Color mismatch when the document is exported as PNG and Anti-alias is on
    • InDesign document with Open Type CFF2 Variable Fonts, when exported to PDF with the standard PDF/X-4 fails the compliance test in Acrobat
    • The multilingual setting for a link in a document or a paragraph is not honored by the screen reader in the generated PDF. The reader always reads out loud in English
    • PDF exported from InDesign displays the content under span tags in the contents panel of Acrobat
    • InDesign document which has a PDF file placed with converted colors to Dot Gain profile, when exported to PDF with the standard as PDF/X-4:2010, reports an error when opened in Acrobat
  • Core feature and workflow:
    • Share for Review panel does not appear as expected. It appears as Black/White
    • Inserting HTML code on an object and previewing it reports an error in InDesign 15.1.2 on macOS
    • Navigation Points have been reintroduced in the Media panel InDesign 16.0
    • Copying text from the PDF Comments panel in InDesign is not intuitive
    • Applying an indent to Burmese text makes the text rendering incorrect
    • Font rendering issue with Burmese characters
    • InDesign does not recognize system fonts like Avenir and Futura on reopening a packaged document
    • InDesign lets creating table in a locked textframe
    • In InDesign 15.1 and above, the spell checker incorrectly flags the word before a full stop
    • The glyph shapes in Variable Fonts appear skewed with World Ready Paragraph Composer
    • Copying files to a network location causes the files to disappear
    • Symbols of Japanese fonts appear rotated when replaced with alternative fonts
    • Applying underline for digits in a Right-to-left paragraph direction is also applying the same to hidden characters at the end of the paragraph(¶ or #)
    • Applying Balance Columns in the the Text Frame Options dialog randomly removes the second column from the frame
    • A vertical blue line appears while applying Underline to a text with a specific Variable Font
    • Remove the Publish Online section and its corresponding Disable Publish Online option in the Preferences dialog
    • Adobe InDesign 2020 version incorrectly handles duplicate fonts in a scenario
    • Punctuation layout issues in Lao language support
    • The min and max values of the Font Size Limit do not save when changed in margins and columns dialog. Also, no error is displayed when min is greater than the max value
Improvement to new features:
  • Last Updated in the Share for Review dialog shows this week even though it was updated moments ago
  • Error message doesn’t display after a wrong URL is entered in Place video from URL
In the Media panel:
  • Playhead moves on its own even without clicking
  • Post Frame drop-down list appears truncated
  • InDesign does not support Variable Font BASE table 1.1 variation
In the Media panel:
  • Audio is still audible even after being muted
  • Mismatch in the Play button state when relinking media
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