"Dag, I hate this."
"We had 41 deaths and now we have 46. I hate it. I just really hate it."
"I'm going to quadruple down and urge our people in every way."
"We want you to be able to go back to your churches. And we want you to be able to worship together in a family and a church family.
He suggests enjoying service over radio or through other means
"The last thing we want is me reporting more and more of you as deaths."
"Please take heed. A little extra time is good."
"We want a continued effort of a lot, a lot of feedback from these counties."
"We have not received that assurance yet, but we're going to continue working it."
"Remember, I'm the business guy."
Plus the R-naught
"As we go back out, many, many West Virginians are not protected. And as we've said before, we have the most vulnerable population in the country."
"Go outside and wear a face covering or wear a mask."
"It's really hard to believe we've done 123 facilities in two weeks"
But Justice says he doesn't really have an update. Keeping an eye on the issue
Justice: "We're trying as best we can to take ideas and solicitations from everybody."
"We're going to make smart decisions on what to do."
Pitch is off-speed and down the middle. Justice hits the meat of the ball.
Justice: "I've got a heck of a team."
Justice advises that anyone who feels they are treated unreasonably to call the Governor's Office. "I don't like it."
Marsh: "We see the opportunity to test congregate settings but also simultaneously focus on vulnerable communities."
"That's a good question and has been a legitimate concern."
I asked if there's any concern about meeting state bills *this month*
Justice: "I can share in everyone's concern."
He says DHHR is putting out guidance to day care centers
Marsh: "For many viral infections, we do see a reduction in warmer months."
Marsh, without saying it should be in the body, also says ultraviolet light helps
"We do feel like it is surely safe moving forward."