December 28, 2020

[VIDEO DESCRIPTION:  Deaf Interpreter Romduol Ngov is a Khmer genderfluid person with short black hair and tan skin.  Romduol  is wearing a dark olive green sweater with the sleeves pushed up, sitting in front of a black background looking at the camera.]

 

Disclaimer: This transcript is a back translation of the Latent Interpretation and is not intended to be a verbatim reproduction of the original message.  For questions, comments, and feedback, please email latentimedia@gmail.com  Thank you!

 

TRANSCRIPT:

[bottom left corner white text: This video made possible with the support of Access Language: Logo of two circles on white background, one is smaller circle within a larger circle.  Within the smaller circle is two letter A L done in calligraphy style. Between both circles on the bottom are the uppercased text ACCESS LANGUAGE.]

 

DEAF INTERPRETER: Remember in a previous video, the governor announced who will be in three first groups to receive the vaccine.

 

[WHITE TEXT:  Phase 1B Tier 1]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: The first group as described will be kept.  Last two groups were discussed – who should be in those groups and for what reasons.  Who were those people who were part of the discussion?  Experts in medicine and vaccinations.They decided on the second group.  Understand, this group will be divided into two smaller groups.  How did they decide?  Could those people work at home or did they have to go out to work?  People who had to go out to work are at higher risk for getting sick so they are at higher risk for becoming sick. People in this group, who are they?

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A woman around 75 years old has on a soft red hat and she is wearing a scarf and gloves of the same soft red material. She is smiling happily.]

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A smiling female educator with round glasses and straight brown hair points to a chalkboard behind her. There is a complicated math problem written on the board.]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: People 75 years old or older, teachers who teach at schools, colleges, and universities.  They are important because education is important.

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A young woman with a young child on her lap hands crayons to two other children sitting at the same table as her. In the background, another woman is on all fours, looking gently at a little boy, who is on the floor in front of her. There are various activities and things for young children.]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: People who work at taking care of children are also included.  Children spread illnesses easily and they need to be protected.  Also parents who work depend on child care for their children so they can focus on working and earning money to pay bills, to buy food, and to take care of their families. People who take care of children are very important.

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A man in a cowboy hat and short sleeved blue shirt bends over to pick something from the rows of greens.]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Also people who work harvesting food such as vegetables and fruits as well as meat.  They are very important because they help to keep our stores stocked with food.  If farmers are sick then they can’t help to keep our stores full with food for us to buy.  So we need to take care of our farmers.  So here is a list of people who are in the first small group.

 

[FULL SCREEN WHITE TEXT:

Phase 1B Tier 1

75+ years old

Education

Child Care

Emergency services

Food

Agriculture]

 

[WHITE TEXT:  Phase 1B Tier 2]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Now let’s talk about the second small group.  Who are they?

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A man of at least 65 years of age sits in a wheelchair outside with fall leaves on the ground. He is holding a book and is smiling while talking on his phone. The man does not have one of his legs.]

 

People who are 65 years old or older and also have disabilities or health issues.  People who work at factories, prisoners, those who are homeless or unhoused living on streets or at shelters for temporary purposes are also included in this group.  Here is a list of people in this group.

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Person in a blue jumpsuit, hard yellow hat, red earmuffs, standing with a laptop in hand next to large factory type machines]

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: The torso of a man in an orange jumpsuit holding onto prison bars.]

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Side view of a man sitting on a wet sidewalk with a dark sweater with a hood covering most of his head and light color pants, with a sign by his feet with handwriting on it. He is holding a paper cup outstretched to people waking by as if asking for money]

 

[FULL SCREEN WHITE TEXT:

Phase 1B Tier 2:

65+ years old with health condition or disability

transportation

logistics

critical manufacturing

incarcerated

homeless and unhoused]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: So as you can see, that’s two small groups of the second group.

 

[WHITE TEXT: Phase 1C]

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Various clipart images of people with disabilities. From top left to right, a man with crutches being supported by a female. A female in a wheelchair reading a book and another female standing next to her. A short haired person with sunglasses and a cane with another short haired person holding onto their arm. A female seems to be signing help and the man next to her is responding with his hands. Bottom left to right: A man with crutches and an amputated leg. A man using a walker. A blind man with sunglasses, a cane and a seeing eye dog. A blind woman with sunglasses and a cane. A woman pushing a man in a wheelchair.]

people 16 years old to 64 years old with health issues or disability.

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A clipart image of various national defense personnel. From left to right: A male navy officer. A redheaded marines officer. A male sailor. A brown female pilot. A male army officer.]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Also people who work for the government organizations such as counting money, watching what is going on and so on are in this group.

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Clip art images of a blue and yellow metro train. A red and light blue boat. A yellow, blue and grey charter bus. A light blue airplane. A blue and yellow bus. A yellow taxi.]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Those who work in transportation such as bus, long haul trucks. People who fill up those trucks also are covered.  Those trucks carry food and goods to stores and businesses.  Those who work in dangerous jobs involving chemicals are also covered.

 

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A man looks at several windmills in the distance. He is wearing a reflective orange vest, a helmet and is writing on a clipboard.]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: People who work for energy fields also are covered. You will see the list of who are in 3rd group

 

[FULL SCREEN WHITE TEXT:

Phase 1C:

16-64 years old with medical condition or disability

Water/Waste management

defense

energy

chemical and hazardous

communications

financial services

government ops and community service]

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: As you can see, here are lists of people.  If you are curious and want to know more check out this website. You can go to covid19.ca.gov.  On that website, you can find out more information on what decisions are made by whom.  Thank you.

 

[Bottom of screen: WHITE TEXT: covid19.ca.gov]

 

[FULL SCREEN IMAGE DESCRIPTIONS: [top left corner] [IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Governor Gavin Newsom is a white man with slicked back grey hair. He is wearing a black suit with a light blue shirt and a dark blue tie. He is speaking and gesturing with his hand. He is standing in front of three flags and from left to right, they are the American flag, California state flag and California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) flag.]

 

[bottom left corner white text: This video made possible with the support of Access Language: Logo of two circles on white background, one is smaller circle within a larger circle.  Within the smaller circle is two letter A L done in calligraphy style. Between both circles on the bottom are the uppercased text ACCESS LANGUAGE.]

 

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Disclaimer: This transcript is a back translation of the Latent Interpretation and is not intended to be a verbatim reproduction of the original message.  For questions, comments, and feedback, please email latentimedia@gmail.com  Thank you!