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Knox County, Ky., Detention Center using UV light machine to ‘zap’ COVID-19 off surfaces

From Barbourville, Ky., Michael Berk reports that since the pandemic outbreak in Kentucky, LEX 18 has received hundreds of emails from viewers concerned about the spread of COVID-19 inside Kentucky’s detention centers. Some might argue that the spread there isn’t relevant, given the inmates are locked down, and not likely heading to the mall, or some other public setting anytime soon. But what about those who visit the detention centers? What about the guards and other staff members who go home each night? Or the inmate who is only being held until arraignment and is eligible for release soon…
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