Jack Windsor, CDC, Franklin discussed on Mark Blazor

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At the radio station, Carolina just Out of nowhere. Just woo sh. I hope this is happening on my lawn in Delaware is all I can hope for. I know. Write some of the heaviest downforce now moving on into the Columbus of Metro area I'd say from about Powell Tio. Even south of Grove City. We're seeing heavy downpours but also something to know a lot of lightning associated with these storms and thunder. So we know the drill. You hear Thunder Rory ago indoors. You do not drive through flooded roadways. The good news is this isn't going to last forever as we head on into the night, especially after that sun goes down. We're going to clear things out, and we're going to repeat it tomorrow nineties again and the chance of afternoon storms. Caroline, Thanks It's 83 raining it right now. Thank you for listening to the mark Laser show. I want to welcome in from Wftv TV, Jack Windsor and you know, Jack. It's obviously at the press conference is every week and today he was there and Jack did you have questions? 17. Hey, Mark. Good to hear from you again. I did. I had questions 17. And of course, the cut off 16. Well, surprise. Surprise. Surprise, Right, right, Dude, I love it. I assume as we go on, I read I go. You know, I was saying that you were going to be joining me in an hour, and when we're going on last hour, I said Jack posted breaking news. Younger people are getting sick because we are testing younger people. So ah, right? Yeah, I had to laugh, man. I had to laugh at that. Gosh, I don't even I boy after the after today in the seven counties now that are going to be under the white. I guess. Six o'clock tomorrow gives everybody time to prepare because between now and then, you know, Cove. It's going to leave everybody alone. I guess right? Yeah, It's kind of like our smartphones. It's a smart virus. It knows that if you're at a bar or a restaurant, you're in a group of six. It will leave you alone unless you go to another group of six or for whatever. Yes. Oh, between tonight. Tomorrow you're safe. But tomorrow it's going to turn on a better radar. Really get people who don't have enough fun. You've got Tio. You had such a great post earlier today. Kind of breaking down the color coded nonsense That's going on for the state of Ohio. Now, the the seven have some dude it is like it looks like Xerox Xerox copier threw up in this place. I have papers everywhere. I'm trying to figure out Where I have notes everywhere. The seven county Franklin Butler, Chiyoda Hamilton, here on Montgomery and Trumbull, rated at Level three. And the level three means very high exposure and spread teetering. I guess Franklin is in danger of reaching the highest rating level, which is purple at four. Is that what I'm seeing? I okay. Alright. Yep. That's correct. In at level four, by the way. The advice is on ly leave home for supplies. And services. So essentially, we're on lock down at level foreign at level three it the advices limit activities as much as possible. The thing that burned me today, Jack and I still am beginning to see red again because I have to read it again as and point out that it was the thing that really burned me was The he was. The governor mentioned that the virus is spreading out of family gatherings, Birthday parties. I'm tourist destinations, funerals, churches in some workplaces and Jack. No protests were mentioned whatsoever. None not not mentioned once and by the way. The age is skewing younger. Now that is testing positive, which is right in lockstep with the protest. Yet protests are not being mentioned. There is an enormous problem here. There is an enormous problem. You know, the protests are being mentioned. We know that kids there and I guess I shouldn't call him kids, young adults that are going back to college and reporting for camps. They're getting tested consistently and, you know, temperature check. And is you know kids go get deferred care that Maybe they didn't have before. So we have an increasing number of young people who are being tested. But again, the key is this is not translating. Two hospitalizations or death. Let me tell you this. You mentioned it. Franklin. Kaya Hogan, Hamilton, Montgomery Butler here on in Trumbull County. Those are the red ones, right? Those were the ones where is the governor said today we gotta take caution so we could kick this virus right in the gut. Well as of yesterday, 15 hospitalizations in zero deaths in all seven counties. You dig into each county. On the state website and you look it and here's the distinguishing factor. It's not reported in the last 24 hours. That's a reconciliation. It's a reconciliation number. That number can reach all the way back into. You know, it was here in November, now November 12. 10 and pull numbers forward. This tracks the date of onset 15 hospitalizations in our our seven red counties in zero deaths, and they're in a level three in Franklin County. Ah was at zero hospitalizations, zero deaths and they're on the verge of being told that they can't go anywhere unless it's for supplies and services. In the post. I also reference the CDC. The CDC started combining influenza like illnesses and pneumonia and Kobe it they call it pick P I C so pneumonia influenza and then called it Probably two months ago. And their chart they have a chart in the United States is all greed. Which means, hey, this is this is a safe thing that is the CDC site. The CDC last week also indicated that for 10 weeks straight, the number of deaths from Kobe has declined to client client kind kind on down the line and there, it's actually at the threshold of losing its epidemic status. But when you listen to the governor today, he's talking about how we should be terrified. And that we need to pay attention in these reds. These red keep sane state these red counties and that we need to mask up and that this thing is really violent and it's very contagious..

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