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Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update November 12, 2020

Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update November 12, 2020
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  • 129,680 Cases (+2,342), 1,622 Deaths (+18)
  • New cases by county: 507x Jefferson, 285x Fayette, 86x Christian, 64x Kenton, 58x Warren, 56x Boone, 47x Daviess, 43x Jessamine, 41x Campbell, 41x Hardin, 33x Carter, 33x Laurel, 33x Shelby, 31x Pulaski, 30x Barren, 29x Monroe, 27x Nelson, 27x Oldham, 25x Bullitt, 25x Madison, 24x Floyd, 24x Franklin, 24x Greenup, 23x Henderson, 22x Ohio, 22x Rowan, 22x Taylor, 21x Johnson, 18x Calloway, 18x Marshall, 18x McCracken, 16x Lewis, 15x Logan, 15x Marion, 15x Woodford, 14x Hopkins, 13x Bath, 13x Boyle, 13x Scott, 12x Casey, 12x Graves, 12x Mason, 12x Mercer, 12x Pike, 12x Whitley, 11x Adair, 11x Boyd, 11x Lincoln, 11x Montgomery, 11x Wayne, 10x Hancock, 10x Hart, 10x McCreary, 10x McLean, 10x Morgan, 9x Bell, 9x Estill, 9x Henry, 9x Larue, 9x Pendleton, 9x Simpson, 9x Spencer, 8x Bracken, 8x Elliott, 8x Garrard, 8x Magoffin, 8x Webster, 7x Grayson, 7x Metcalfe, 7x Russell, 7x Union, 6x Anderson, 6x Bourbon, 6x Caldwell, 6x Clinton, 6x Green, 6x Harlan, 6x Harrison, 6x Washington, 5x Butler, 5x Clark, 5x Edmonson, 5x Lawrence, 5x Leslie, 5x Martin, 5x Perry, 4x Breckinridge, 4x Carroll, 4x Gallatin, 4x Grant, 4x Livingston, 4x Muhlenberg, 4x Powell, 4x Robertson, 3x Allen, 3x Breathitt, 3x Crittenden, 3x Jackson, 3x Knox, 3x Letcher, 3x Meade, 3x Trimble, 2x Carlisle, 2x Cumberland, 2x Fleming, 2x Menifee, 2x Owen, 2x Rockcastle, 2x Trigg, 2x Wolfe, 1x Ballard, 1x Clay, 1x Fulton, 1x Hickman, 1x Knott, 1x Nicholas, 1x Owsley, 1x Todd
  • New deaths by county: 77 M Allen, 86 F Christian, 66 M Clay, 75 F Clinton, 75 M Henderson, 75 M Henderson, 96 F Jefferson, 89 F Jefferson, 76 M Lee, 80 M Lincoln, 90 M McLean, 57 M McLean, 78 M Oldham, 68 F Pike, 86 F Pike, 82 M Pike, 70 M Rockcastle, 93 F Rockcastle
  • Good News.
  • Alright, today is when we release the new Red Zone counties. <You want to show the map first?> It's probably not unexpected. But as this virus has only increased this week, the number of counties that fall in the Red Zone has increased. So today, we're announcing 94 counties qualifying in the Red Zone. <...> So let's put up the Red Zone Recommendations, if you have them. Remember if you're in these counties, you shouldn't be doing gatherings at all, not outside your immediate family for this next week beginning on Monday. School should be virtual to help us tamp down the overall number of cases. We're asking our employers to let people work virtually. We're asking people not to travel and to try to cut down on their contacts. If you're in one of these counties, support your local businesses, please do it. But as much as you can order takeout or carry out, or curbside and if you're going to go in an establishment support those that are enforcing the mask mandate and doing it right.
  • Sec. Friedlander, Pandemic EBT: So, this new card we are sending out, and have sent out, we were trying to get out, beginning in about the middle of October. We have a vendor, their name is Fidelity Information Systems and we have been working with them to try to catch up. We actually heard through some Facebook groups that they hadn't seen the cards and so we followed up with a vendor and it turned out that in the beginning of November there were only about 3,000 cards that were out. Well, I'm happy to report that as of today, we are at almost a 500,000 cards that have been sent out and are being distributed. So within the next two to three weeks, everyone who is due to get a Pandemic EBT card should be receiving it. No need to re-enroll. Those folks who are eligible have been auto-assigned and auto-enrolled in the program. <...> So hang in there, it's on its way, and we hope to have all of these cards distributed by the time we said we shouldn't which is by November 20th. We have been assured that that's going to happen and so I'm hopeful that we will get that done in that time.
  • Sec Friedlander on Long Term Care Facilities: On Monday, we are going to create additional guidelines and remember that we finally have some real hope on the horizon around what is happening with some of the vaccines, we know that they are being developed.
  • Health officials have been saying that many recent COVID-19 cases are coming from family gatherings, do we have a breakdown of percentages of cases that are from family gatherings, business settings, restaurants, etc.? -- We don't have a percentage at the moment, because there are so many outbreaks that contact tracers are frankly, overwhelmed. But in just the past month, there are identified outbreaks in Kentucky, that have been traced to weddings, meals with friends, funerals, friends meet-up, family socializing events, a birthday party at an out-of-state trampoline park, in-state birthday parties, families who have met up at an out-of-state cabin, a Halloween haunted trail event, an out-of-state disaster relief mission, and other activities.
  • Hey Governor. Do you have any recommendations for college students likely to come home at Thanksgiving? I know some schools are recommending the students be tested. Do you think they should even be coming home for Thanksgiving? -- Well, I know that some universities are trying to wrap up their in-person classes before Thanksgiving, realizing that then either students could bring it back to their community or could become infected, and then bring it back to the university. Certainly if you are currently at a university, which means you're just in a different community, and you're going to spend significant time back at home, get tested before you go home. Get tested before you go back. Give yourself a specific amount of time where you can cut down on those contacts, and then just be very careful during it. And let's think about those family gatherings, you know kids coming back to their parents, that's going to happen, but then think about grandparents and how much we increase the risk, especially those additional contacts and mixing those communities. So we need Thanksgiving to be small, we need Thanksgiving to be just your household. And that's not trying to dishonor or disrespect Thanksgiving, we love it. But in giving thanks, let's give thanks to the knowledge of how to protect those around us.
  • I have a question about this, CDC, new ruling today. What do you have to say to people who say that the CDC rules keep changing, so why should I even listen to them? -- What I'd say is this virus didn't even exist until the end of the year or the beginning of the year, and to suggest that the CDC knows everything that you should do to fight a virus that it's never seen before, before we treat it, before we learn how it spreads, before we have studies on how to better stop it. [...] So Melissa I get the question, I get people saying it but, a lot of it is about rationalizing “out” of doing something. So, if the CDC now knows from their studies that you can reduce the spread by 70% and protect yourself wearing a mask, why the heck argue that they should have told it to you four weeks ago but because they didn't, you're not going to wear one now? Science has changed significantly over the last 10 years and we're not fighting something right now because 10 years ago we didn't know it. So let's just follow the good advice that we get as we learn more.
  • Yeah, Governor, just pulling up on that last question about bars, restaurants, and gyms, and businesses, certainly would probably wouldn't like to hear this but it has been a consideration given to maybe a two weeks a two week shutdown back like earlier in the pandemic and that might give a chance to break the spread somewhat? -- So right now we are not considering any full shutdown of any industry. If we get to that point, it would certainly be limited in duration, our red county recommendations, you know, are week by by week, but we want to make sure that we are very thoughtful before we go in that direction and remember, we shouldn't have to, if people will do the right thing and if businesses will enforce it. So a lot of it is, I mean it's all in the hands of Kentuckians to do the right thing so we don't have to consider those options.
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  • Hey everybody it's four o'clock on Thursday, that time we get together to remember that we're gonna get through this, we're gonna get through it together. One of the reasons we're gonna get through it is so many organizations out there, so many educational institutions, doing the right thing, masking up, protecting one another. This is the Murray State Racers, thank you to Bob Jackson and the whole administration there.
  • We’re going to start today with good news. We have another big COVID day, we’re in the middle of a surge, we have to take action, but we also have to keep our mental and emotional health up and one of the best ways to do that is to talk about the good things that are going on out there.
  • So I want to start off with a project in Pikeville. So the AML pilot program awarded the city of Pikeville a $6M grant, in the 2017 grant cycle, to build a speculative building, a spec building, in the Kentucky enterprise industrial park. Almost $4M has been expended of that $6M grant. The Spec Building Grant was approved in June of 2019, and received authorization to proceed in February of 2020. Construction is going well, and the building is expected to be finished in the spring of 2021. The city of Pikeville has recently announced that Wright Concrete and Construction Inc of Pikeville will lease the building, which will serve as a headquarters for it's more than 20 businesses. The full service commercial contracting company offers a number of services, including all concrete work, equipment rental, mine sealing, drilling, and pumping. The company has said that its move to this building will immediately create 40 new jobs with 20 additional jobs planned in the near future. I and Cabinet Secretary Rebecca Goodman, are committed to the values of promoting economic development in communities that haven't received the share of attention, and really results that they deserve. This program has brought a good measure of economic vitality to Eastern Kentucky and it's another example of how we're going to work to continue to use any source of funds to create new jobs and new economic vitality, in all parts of this state. Earlier this year, we announced the funding of two other AML pilot programs. The Paintsville Johnson County Economic Development Grant Sewer Expansion Project and the Troublesome Creek Environmental Authority Drone Port Water and Solute Sewer Collection Project. Again, these are committing to a better Kentucky, not just building back to our old normal, but building better. I want to acknowledge congressman Rogers who has championed $540M in federal funding for this program that has allowed for this success in Pikeville. It's one thing to make the commitment to a spec building through a program; it's another when you have an announcement that it's going to come to fruition and create jobs. We're excited about the economic development opportunities and successes that are occurring right now. It suggests to us that there is an opportunity to not just bounce back but really sprint forward, coming out of COVID.
  • Alright, so the next piece of good news is a really important one and it's going to help out those that are out there fighting some of the most important fights. So every day we are in the honorable position of being able to serve Kentuckians collaboratively with our partners, volunteers, and families who represent the commonwealth. We're happy to announce substantial funding of $1.4M from the Coronavirus Relief Fund to three partners to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. These are partners committed to preventing abuse and domestic violence. They do this by providing survivor resources and community education and advocacy training. These three crucial partners are the Kentucky association of sexual assault programs (that's KASAP), The Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Children's Advocacy Centers of Kentucky. Three incredible organisations helping those in crisis and being there for people maybe at their very lowest moment, ready to start the healing, even while in many of these instances we're seeking justice. They all have a presence across our entire state, and they're going to share these dollars. Funds will be used for costs directly incurred as a result of this COVID emergency. So PPE, and all expenses to improve telecommunication services to their clients. These groups play such a pivotal role in the healing of trauma, of abuse, and partner violence that far, far too many Kentuckians experience. And as families face the stress that COVID creates, joblessness, illness, social isolation- we're relying on these groups more than ever to be able to reach people when maybe it's a little more difficult to do so. They've devoted time, energy, and funding to ease the pain of others. They have been able to fundraise as usual so they do welcome volunteer assistance. So with this award today we're helping the helpers. These people are doing God's work. We appreciate them so, so much and we know that our faith compels us to help those who need it the most and these individuals show up to do it every single day.
  • Alright, another piece of good news is updated guidance from the CDC, and you know what that says, it says the same thing that we've been saying, that wearing one of these masks [holds up mask] not only keeps you from spreading the virus to others, but protects you. So the Center for Disease Control and Prevention released additional guidance that supports mask use saying facial coverings can protect both the wear and those around them from COVID-19. So with cases surging wear your mask, it protects you. The agency cited several studies that found facial coverings reduced transmission of the virus by more than 70% in various instances. Think about everybody wearing a mask and having a 70% reduction in the spread right now, what that would mean. The CDC also says that adopting universal masking policies could help avert future lockdowns, especially if combined with other non-pharmaceutical interventions such as social distancing, hand hygiene, and adequate ventilation. So this is the CDC, saying the mask mandate is the right thing to do. If everybody followed it, we could have a real reduction in the spread of the virus.
  • Alright, and I want to point out a couple of groups that are out there, masking up, doing the right thing, and even changing the way they go about some things. So we want to continue to applaud those that are doing it right, who are following the recommendations and doing their part to stop the spread of this virus. And we have managed some success and some wins along the way.
  • So that's our good news. Our bad news is this virus continues to spread at such an alarming rate.
  • Positive cases today: 2,342 - And when we say cases, these are people. These are 2,342 new Kentuckians infected with this virus. 2,342 of our neighbors, friends, people across this Commonwealth, people that could have been us infected with this virus. It’s the third highest day we've had.
  • Probable cases: 21,935
  • Total confirmed cases: 129,680 - It feels just the other day that we were going over 10,000 and here we are at almost 130,000 cases.
  • Children Under 18: 274
  • New cases by county: 507x Jefferson, 285x Fayette, 86x Christian, 64x Kenton, 58x Warren, 56x Boone, 47x Daviess, 43x Jessamine, 41x Campbell, 41x Hardin, 33x Carter, 33x Laurel, 33x Shelby, 31x Pulaski, 30x Barren, 29x Monroe, 27x Nelson, 27x Oldham, 25x Bullitt, 25x Madison, 24x Floyd, 24x Franklin, 24x Greenup, 23x Henderson, 22x Ohio, 22x Rowan, 22x Taylor, 21x Johnson, 18x Calloway, 18x Marshall, 18x McCracken, 16x Lewis, 15x Logan, 15x Marion, 15x Woodford, 14x Hopkins, 13x Bath, 13x Boyle, 13x Scott, 12x Casey, 12x Graves, 12x Mason, 12x Mercer, 12x Pike, 12x Whitley, 11x Adair, 11x Boyd, 11x Lincoln, 11x Montgomery, 11x Wayne, 10x Hancock, 10x Hart, 10x McCreary, 10x McLean, 10x Morgan, 9x Bell, 9x Estill, 9x Henry, 9x Larue, 9x Pendleton, 9x Simpson, 9x Spencer, 8x Bracken, 8x Elliott, 8x Garrard, 8x Magoffin, 8x Webster, 7x Grayson, 7x Metcalfe, 7x Russell, 7x Union, 6x Anderson, 6x Bourbon, 6x Caldwell, 6x Clinton, 6x Green, 6x Harlan, 6x Harrison, 6x Washington, 5x Butler, 5x Clark, 5x Edmonson, 5x Lawrence, 5x Leslie, 5x Martin, 5x Perry, 4x Breckinridge, 4x Carroll, 4x Gallatin, 4x Grant, 4x Livingston, 4x Muhlenberg, 4x Powell, 4x Robertson, 3x Allen, 3x Breathitt, 3x Crittenden, 3x Jackson, 3x Knox, 3x Letcher, 3x Meade, 3x Trimble, 2x Carlisle, 2x Cumberland, 2x Fleming, 2x Menifee, 2x Owen, 2x Rockcastle, 2x Trigg, 2x Wolfe, 1x Ballard, 1x Clay, 1x Fulton, 1x Hickman, 1x Knott, 1x Nicholas, 1x Owsley, 1x Todd. All of those are COVID related cases by county, it's a really long list because sadly. There is a lot of this virus. And I think every other county has at least one case but I just read the name of just about every county. That's how widespread this surge is. So remember, the more cases we have, the more hospitalizations, more people in the ICU, more people on a ventilator, and the more people who don't make it.
  • Total tests conducted: 89,262 (PCR: On Ventilators , Serology: 163)
  • Positivity Rate: 8.29% - Now we keep saying that this is the highest rate since May, but remember in May, we didn't have the testing we have right now. This is a high positivity rate with an abundance of testing, which means that the virus is at an all time high in its spread.
  • Total hospitalized: 8,567
  • Currently hospitalized: 1,311: Remember more cases mean more hospitalization. That's up from 1274 yesterday.
  • Total in ICU: 2,187
  • Currently in ICU: 299
  • On a ventilator: 163 - It was 151 yesterday, all of those are COVID related
  • Total recovered: 23,629
  • New deaths today: 18. 18, is far too many.
  • Total Deaths: 1,622
  • New deaths by county: 77 M Allen, 86 F Christian, 66 M Clay, 75 F Clinton, 75 M Henderson, 75 M Henderson, 96 F Jefferson, 89 F Jefferson, 76 M Lee, 80 M Lincoln, 90 M McLean, 57 M McLean, 78 M Oldham, 68 F Pike, 86 F Pike, 82 M Pike, 70 M Rockcastle, 93 F Rockcastle
  • I believe we've had back to back days where we've lost somebody from Clay County. To those that we have lost, we will do better. We owe it to you and we owe it to your families. So continue those green lights, continue ringing those bells, we're gonna- even if we start turning things around right now, we're going to have substantially more loss, as we move forward. Because, again, we got to slow down the spread, we got to stop it, we’ve got to turn it around. And already with the number of cases we've had we know we're going to lose a lot more people. So let's do our part to make sure we don't lose any more people than we have to. And remember, they are, these, these folks are more than, than ages and counties, they're real people.
  • Racial breakdown of all cases: 81.78% Caucasian, 10.99% Black or African-American, 1.51% Asian, 5.29% Multiracial
  • Ethnicity breakdown of all cases: 91.53% non-Hispanic and 8.47% Hispanic
  • Racial breakdown of all deaths: 84.66% Caucasian, 11.64% Black or African-American, 0.86% Asian, 2.84% Multiracial
  • Ethnicity breakdown of all deaths: 96.98% non-Hispanic and 3.02% Hispanic
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  • So yesterday we thanked all our veterans on Veterans Day, their service is truly inspiring. Today we want to honor one veteran, that we tragically lost to COVID-19. On October 23rd. John Vereb from Mount Washington was only 52 years old when he passed away, leaving behind his wife Angela, and their three children Harrison, Connor, and Eliana. John served in the US Army from 1986 to 1989- Thank you for that service. Afterwards he started serving his community in a new way, as a certified emergency nurse. He worked in the emergency departments of University of Louisville Hospital, Norton Hospital, and Baptist Hospital and he taught students at Spencerian College, and Jefferson Community Technical College. He was also a tireless advocate for survivors of sexual assault. Jon's career was brought full circle in May 2019 as he began to work as a nurse manager for the Department of Veteran Affairs. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, John was detailed to the emergency department at the VA Medical Center in March, where he often treated COVID-19 patients. On October 11th John was diagnosed with COVID-19, and he died just 13 days later. John was proud to serve his country, and his fellow veterans. To honor John his family asked that Kentuckians do their patriotic duty to protect themselves and others by wearing a mask and social distancing. It is a small sacrifice to make for those on the frontlines who serve you. As we honor John, a double hero, and all our veterans.
  • We also want to thank our health care workers who are serving our veterans at this time. Dan Melter, whose wife Dana works at Thomson-Hood Veteran Center told us how proud he was of her and her team for continually stepping up during this crisis. He sent this picture of the staff from before the pandemic began so veterans and their families could see the faces of people who are taking such good care of them. Dan, Thanks for helping us recognize those individuals.
  • To John's family out there, Thank you. Thank you for sharing him with us. His sacrifice both serving our country, and serving those in need during this COVID crisis is nothing short of heroic. To his daughters, your dad's a hero, in the way lived, and the way died. And you all are heroes too for being willing to speak out about your loss at a time when I know it's most painful. In a way to try to help others not have to go through what you are, are going through. We here in Kentucky we, we love you, we want to help you in any way we can in these difficult times. Thank you for sharing John with us during his time on this world. I know he has gone to a better place, you will see him in the future, and I know he earned his spot there in Heaven. So folks wear a mask. Today, I wear mine for John, his family, his three daughters, his wife, that's the least we can do with all the sacrifice that he made.
  • Alright, today is when we release the new Red Zone counties. <You want to show the map first?> It's probably not unexpected. But as this virus has only increased this week, the number of counties that fall in the Red Zone has increased. So today, we're announcing 94 counties qualifying in the Red Zone. Certainly two new counties from last week are our Franklin County here, Woodford County, and a number of others. Remember what this is supposed to do is to provide a way for these communities, 94 of them, to come together with the government, business, school system, everybody- long term care, working together in a unified effort to stop the spread of this virus. The biggest employer in Franklin County is the state, and we will be following the Red Zone Recommendations week. Everybody who can work virtually is going to be working virtually. Any service that can be done, virtually that doesn't have to be done in-person next week is going to be done virtually. And that should be the case in each and every county that we operate in. We're going to live up to what we're asking other people to do. And we're asking this county, Franklin County, to work with us, like I know that they have but this type of effort needs to occur everywhere. So let's put up the Red Zone Recommendations, if you have them. Remember if you're in these counties, you shouldn't be doing gatherings at all, not outside your immediate family for this next week beginning on Monday. School should be virtual to help us tamp down the overall number of cases. We're asking our employers to let people work virtually. We're asking people not to travel and to try to cut down on their contacts. If you're in one of these counties, support your local businesses, please do it. But as much as you can order takeout or carry out, or curbside and if you're going to go in an establishment support those that are enforcing the mask mandate and doing it right. It's really important that we reward those groups that are having the courage to do the right thing, even when it can be hard. There’s a lot of counties, but it means, now's the time. This is the way that we avert more serious steps, and we need to step up and get it done.
  • We'll turn it over now to Secretary Eric Friedlander, who has an update on Pandemic EBT that I know his families have been waiting for, and is critically important during this time. Secretary?
  • Thank you Governor yesterday and today I wear this mask for our veterans, they protected us, it's the least we can do to protect them. So today I'm here to talk about Pandemic EBT benefits. They've been a little slow to get out and let me remind you what Pandemic EBT benefits are: Those are the benefits that are provided for schoolchildren who are in free and reduced meal schools and who receive free and reduced meals, and this is to make up for those meals that they missed. While our schools are in NTI.
  • So, this new card we are sending out, and have sent out, we were trying to get out, beginning in about the middle of October. We have a vendor, their name is Fidelity Information Systems and we have been working with them to try to catch up. We actually heard through some Facebook groups that they hadn't seen the cards and so we followed up with a vendor and it turned out that in the beginning of November there were only about 3,000 cards that were out. Well, I'm happy to report that as of today, we are at almost a 500,000 cards that have been sent out and are being distributed. So within the next two to three weeks, everyone who is due to get a Pandemic EBT card should be receiving it. No need to re-enroll. Those folks who are eligible have been auto-assigned and auto-enrolled in the program. So we have, in terms of what's been distributed thus far, we have about another 175,000-180,000 cards to begin that distribution process, but we have made great progress since the beginning of this month. So hang in there, it's on its way, and we hope to have all of these cards distributed by the time we said we shouldn't which is by November 20th. We have been assured that that's going to happen and so I'm hopeful that we will get that done in that time. And lots of hard work has gone into that, both on the part of our vendor and on the part of the state workers, who we in DCBS found out that there was an issue, and addressed it, and hopefully have made that- we're going to make that good. So I'm happy to announce that.
  • One other thing I want to talk about. We are seeing as the governor has described this spike in our cases, this increase in our cases. And we've been asked a couple of questions about what else can we do particularly within our long term care community. On Monday, we are going to create additional guidelines and remember that we finally have some real hope on the horizon around what is happening with some of the vaccines, we know that they are being developed. So, we have to practice patience and persistence. We have to make sure that we're protecting each other, and protecting our seniors, while we bridge to, now, a place where we know that's going to be, a vaccine that's going to be effective. So we have to redouble our efforts, we have to be patient and persistent. We also are working with our national guard to make sure that we can provide some additional support for our long term care facilities. We'll have more on that on Monday, but I just want to let everybody know that we are working very hard to protect our seniors and give as strong a guidance as we can to make sure that we're able to celebrate future holidays with them. Governor thank you and I turn this back over to you.
  • Thank you to Secretary Friedlander. With that, we will open it up to questions.
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