Measles, Wcbs, Florida discussed on WCBS Programming

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It's two forty at WCBS with more than fifty cases of measles now, confirm. Firmed in Washington state. There's a new push to change vaccination requirements. Washington is one of seventeen states that allow parents to refuse vaccines for philosophical reasons. But that could soon be changed lawmakers heard arguments on a proposed Bill that would ban measles vaccine exemptions for philosophical reasons. Thirty two other states have similar laws. Do you think you have enough support to get this filter? I think our support is is growing some of the concerns that folks have about the vaccinations have largely debunked. Measles is so contagious that an unvaccinated person has a ninety percent chance of catching the disease if they're near someone who has it the virus can survive for up to two hours in a room where an infected person sneezed, that's CBS's Carter Evans reporting. Legendary sportscaster Warner wolf was arrested in Florida over a son at a gated community. He tried to get classic plantation estates to drop the word plantation. From its name it refused. So according to police took matters into his own hands and took down the word from the sign himself. This happened back in late November in Naples, Florida. He surrendered to police yesterday and was charged with criminal mischief. He was released on five thousand dollars bail out of tier flash briefing or ask your smart speaker to play WCBS, it's two forty two. Time.

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