September 9, 2020

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VIDEO DESCRIPTION:  Certified Deaf Interpreter, Jim Brune, a white male with blonde/brown hair and blue eyes wearing a black v-neck short-sleeved t-shirt. The background is a soft blue color.

 

TRANSCRIPT:

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: White text on a transparent black background: This video made possible with support from [below white text] Logo of CCRID on a white rectangle with one black lined oval inside another black lined oval with light purple block letters CCRID in the center.  In between the two black lines at the top of the oval is light purple text: Central CA Registry of.  In between the two black lines at the bottom of the oval is light purple text: Interpreters for the Deaf.

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION:  [top corner] Picture of Governor Gavin Newsom in a dark suit with white shirt and ark tie, standing with hands on a podium.  Behind is an American Fag and another blue flag with white text Cal O… He is standing looking at the camera.

At the bottom of the picture, WHITE TEXT: Governor Gavin Newsom September 9, 2020

 

DEAF INTERPRETER: Hello my name is Jim Brune. Last Wednesday, September 9th, California [Governor Newsom] had a press conference and I will interpret his key points. Governor Newsom covered three things: the signing of three new laws, the wildfires in California, and coronavirus updates.

 

WHITE TEXT: [inside a gray banner with a red underline] Topics:.

WHITE TEXT: [inside transparent black background]: – Signing of 3 new laws, – California Wildfires, – Covid-19 Updates

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: First, the new laws that are now in effect. I know that because of covid-19 and the wildfires

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Picture of emergency vehicle with bright red/blue siren lights on surrounded by fire.

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM:  Many of us are forced to stay home

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: White rectangle with red/white angled stripes across top and bottom.  Inside rectangle with a teal color house with four silhouettes inside representing two adults and two children.  next to the house is teal text: Protect Yourself. Protect Others. STAY AT HOME.  COVID-19/coronavirus.

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: We aren’t shopping or going out to restaurants as much anymore and small businesses are suffering as a result of this change.  The three laws I signed today are designed to help small businesses.

 

WHITE TEXT:  AB-1577

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: The law, AB 1577, much like the $1,200 [stimulus checks] many of you received, small businesses can also apply for a loan. But now when small businesses file their taxes and report earnings, they do not have to report the loan. This means they will owe less in taxes.

 

WHITE TEXT: SB-1447

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Another law that was passed today is the SB 1447 law. This law allows small businesses that are hiring to apply for tax credit. If they report that they hired people, they can pay less in taxes.

 

WHITE TEXT: SB-115

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: And the third law is SB 115. 230.5 million dollars was split between small businesses all over California. I know there are many people without jobs and are quarantined, so this money is meant to be used for construction projects and create jobs. More people will be hired and find work which will have a positive impact on our economy. Those three laws are designed to help small businesses’ economies.

 

WHITE TEXT: -California Wildfires

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Picture of firefighters standing in a dry grassy area with green trees in background, standing next to a white long fence with fire blazing on the other side of the fence.

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Now, the wildfires. We have new fires bringinging the number of wildfires in California to a total of fifty. 28 of out of the 50 fires are considered big fires and some of them require close attention.

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Drawing of a map on a dark green background with white lines outlining a map of I5 with black dots of points from Butte south to Glen south to Dillon west on 278  to Polaris west to Jackson north to Wisdom to northeast on 43 to Wise River.  Inside this circular map is a FIRE icon and red text: Bear Lake Fire.

 

WHITE TEXT: Willow Fire

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Close up of California map as white land next to blue ocean with red fire zones north is LNU Lightning Complex, center is SCU Lightning Complex, and south is LNU Lightning Complex.

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM:  The five fires that we need to keep an eye on are the Bear fire in Butte county, the Willow fire, CZU fire in Santa Cruz, LNU fire in Lake and Napa County, and the Creek fire near Fresno county.

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Screen shot of TV news report with tall trees surrounded by fire and air filled with smoke. Blue heading reads: Creek Fire 0% contained, 175,893 acres burned next to red banner: California Wildfires.

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Those five fires are our biggest concerns and we must contain them. A big contributor to the fires is wind but we predict the wind will be less of an issue in the near future. We hope that this will mean we effectively contain the fires. The multiple wildfires happening created a lot of smoke and it is a problem.

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Picture of a man with t-shirt and holding a stick standing in the middle of a road with a bandana on his head surrounded by smoke covering his mouth while coughing.

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: The smoke makes it difficult to breathe, causes coughing and headaches, watery eyes, and so on. I really want to thank the 14,000 firefighters for their never ending hard work! They continuously fight and contain the fires.

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Picture of firefighters standing in a dry grassy area with green trees in background, standing next to a white long fence with fire blazing on the other side of the fence.

WHITE TEXT: -COVID-19 UPDATE

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Image of coronavirus as a gray cell with red stems all around it

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Finally, the coronavirus updates. 1,616 people recently tested positive for coronavirus, which means they have it. An average of 110,000 people get tested everyday! This is good news. But unfortunately, 83 people have recently died of coronavirus. My heart goes out to their families and loved ones. The number of coronavirus patients being admitted into the hospital is going down and the same is true for the ICU. This is also good news.

 

IMAGE DESCRIPTIONS: [first image] brown haired woman wearing a white shirt, blue overalls, and a white mask, looking at the camera [second image] hands under a sink with running water hands are lathered with soap [third image] clip art of two people standing apart, looking away from each other, both have masks and white two way arrow showing distance apart.

 

GOVERNOR NEWSOM: Lastly I want to remind you to [wear your masks, wash your hands, stay six feet away from others] and avoid social situations where you cannot stay six feet away from others.  Thank you.

 

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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!