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Tom Wolf, P. G. H. Federal, Director discussed on Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell

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Three o'clock on rose Ryan Douglas all sixty seven counties of Pennsylvania now have at least one case of covert nineteen there been almost sixteen hundred new cases reported today putting the state total at fourteen thousand five hundred fifty nine state health secretary Dr Rachel Levine says the number of deaths also increased today we have now had two hundred and forty deaths among those who have tested positive for covert nineteen and today all of our deaths have been in adult patients in most of the deaths have occurred in patients sixty five or older Dr Levine says seventy six thousand seven hundred nineteen negative test results have been recorded unlike some other states governor Tom wolf says Pennsylvania is receiving adequate resources from the federal government to fight over nineteen here's KDKA radio's Jody steel wool fast on the KDKA radio morning show if he's getting what he needs from the White House yeah we we are and we are on not quite daily but frequent calls with the president vice president asked about state house speaker Mike Turzai spill the would allow public and private construction projects to re open in Pennsylvania wolf responded which bad choice do you want he said he's trying to keep people safe Joe to steal this radio ten twenty KDKA at eight o'clock tonight Pittsburgh area residents are asked to turn on their lights step outside their doors and clap for health and service workers in the front line of the corona virus pandemic in a telephone town hall with congressman Conor lamb Allegheny county health department director Dr Debra Bogen endorsed what's being called illumination ovation hoot holler do whatever you need to do to let your people know those hard working neighbors that you know they're appreciated many downtown buildings will also be lighted you can see more at hashtag lover from P. G. H. federal and state prosecutors are warning teleconference hackers you can be prosecuted the trend of zoom bombing is taking off along with the use of virtual meeting programs such as soon or webex hackers are influenced eating these meetings and posting pornographic and hateful material the FBI says attacks have targeted religious and minority groups and vulnerable populations such as Alcoholics Anonymous meetings that have moved online teleconference hackers can face state and federal charges Pennsylvania's trout season opened this morning almost two weeks early KDKA radio's Paul Rasmussen tells us why the first day of trout season was supposed to be the eighteenth but the fish and boat commission wants to prevent the type of crowded waterways to typify opening day anglers are being asked to maintain that six speed of social distancing to slow the pandemic and the commission is also asking people to stay close to home wear a mask not share fishing gear and go with.