During his Wednesday afternoon address, Governor Andy Beshear and his staff went over the directive he'd issued earlier in the day about Kentucky businesses that will remain open.

He also announced that, during the COVID-19 crisis, all evictions will be suspended, stating that you can't be #HealthyAtHome if you aren't home. Rent, however, must still be paid.

The governor also said that additional law enforcement and National Guard will be present at Kentucky hospitals.

Also, tele-health services will be expanded.

Beshear also took some good news out of the new number of cases in Kentucky, which is 198.

He said that it's a good sign that there were fewer new cases--35--to report Wednesday than were reported Tuesday. That number was 39.

Here is Governor Beshear's Wednesday address: