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Coronavirus Second Wave

As communities reopen around the world, experts fear a dreaded 'second wave' of COVID-19. Listen here for the latest breaking coronavirus news from leading radio shows and premium podcasts.

World Health Organization warns of ‘second peak’ in areas where coronavirus is declining

The Gee and Ursula Show

0:28 listening | 3 hrs ago

World Health Organization warns of ‘second peak’ in areas where coronavirus is declining

"States are now reporting an uptick in new coronavirus cases involve this rise could reflect increased testing capacity public health experts have also warned opening too early could lead to a second wave Dr Michael Ryan is with the World Health Organization we we we cannot make assumptions that just because the disease is on the way down now that it's on it's on it's going to keep going down and then we're going to get a number of months to get ready for a second way we may get a second peak in this way

Dr Michael Ryan World Health Organization
Memorial Day spurs worries of spikes in cases while warnings come of second outbreak

Brian Kilmeade

0:22 listening | 1 d ago

Memorial Day spurs worries of spikes in cases while warnings come of second outbreak

"Without face coverings and social distancing and given the incubation period experts like ABC news medical contributor Dr Imran Ali have a pretty good idea of when fresh infections may be popping up on the ground June eighth today on Memorial Day we don't keep the deal that social distancing the timing pointing to mother's day gatherings that have led to a recent surge in

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Infectious disease doctor on the risks of gathering over the holiday weekend

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

0:51 listening | 1 d ago

Infectious disease doctor on the risks of gathering over the holiday weekend

"Over the Memorial Day weekend people around the country apparently and disregarded social distancing measures meant to keep covert nineteen from spreading in many cases people were not wearing face masks and we're failing to stay six feet apart from each other and doctors are worried about another spike in cases Dr David Aronoff director of the division of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville talks about preparing for another wave making sure that we have the health care personnel ready to go that we have personal protective equipment the P. P. E. that we need and that we're doing all the testing that we can to identify cases as they search and if they search already the death toll in the U. S. from covert nineteen is nearly one hundred thousand

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Trump says he won’t close the country if second wave of coronavirus hits

Tony and Dwight

0:34 listening | 4 d ago

Trump says he won’t close the country if second wave of coronavirus hits

"Every state has now begun the reopening process and president trump says the country is going to stay open ABC's Tom yamas explains with all fifty states at least partially open the president saying he won't shut down the country again if there's a second wave in the coming months despite warnings from the CDC then another round is possible people say that's a very distinct possibility is standard and we're gonna put out the fires are not going to close the country we're gonna put out the fires it could be whether it's an amber or flame we're gonna put it out but we're not closing our country

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Trump says he won't wear a mask in front of cameras

KCBS 24 Hour News

2:47 listening | 4 d ago

Trump says he won't wear a mask in front of cameras

"Trump says he tested negative yesterday morning for corona virus exposure which is why he chose not to wear a mask for most of his tour of a Ford plant in Michigan now producing ventilators CBS news correspondent we Jiang reports on the president's decision to taunt the media instead of respecting as C. E. O.'s request to follow the rules and the law sources at board tells CBS news officials did everything they could to get president trump to wear a mask which she actually did for a portion of the tour captured by somebody who was there at the visit quickly took a political turn no surprise since Michigan is a critical battleground state that will play a key role in the president's reelection campaign of president trump flaunted a face mask to show he had the option of wearing one I think I look better in the mass I really can't explain why he chose not to put it on even though Ford's company policy is for everyone to do so before this back area but I didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it Michigan's Attorney General said it's also the state law if he fails to wear a mask he's going to be asked not to return to any enclosed facilities inside our state the president has been at war with Michigan Democrats threatening to withhold federal funding and accusing officials of engaging in voter fraud we're not going to go to voting by mail voting by mail is rocked with fraud and abuse earlier the president tried to discredit a new study from Columbia University that found about thirty six thousand American lives could have been saved if federal social distancing guidelines were implemented just one week before they went into effect on March fifteenth Columbia is that institution that's a very liberal but in early March president trump was downplaying the threat most of those people are gonna be fine medical experts say a lack of testing then and now continues to plague the U. S. a new study by the university of Minnesota calls it a mass and says the national testing plan is critical if schools and workplaces are to re open safely doctor Sheesh John is the director of the Harvard global health institute is every state can't figure out the whole thing by itself and you need federal got a guidance and a true national strategy for having enough trust and then making sure the right kind of people are being tested president trump says the U. S. is outperforming every country when it comes to testing as he tries to reassure Americans who are going back to work he said if there's a second wave of infections which health officials warn is very likely he will not shut down the country

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Memorial Day weekend stokes fear of coronavirus spread

KCBS 24 Hour News

0:53 listening | 4 d ago

Memorial Day weekend stokes fear of coronavirus spread

"Weekend is here and in lots of places they're worried people will revert to post pandemic habits and packin done a really good job controlling the spread of probate and we want to keep it that way Linda booth is with the south Yuba citizens league in California there Paul Kenitra will be watching over the beach in Point Pleasant New Jersey the most important months for this town for our businesses for the municipality are the months of July and August and that's why it's so important that we get this right the first time governor Cuomo reminding new Yorkers of the new fifty percent capacity rules that state beaches no contact activities obviously social distancing will be enforced masks are required to be war worn with social distancing is impossible is now possible new model from children's hospital of Philadelphia has health officials concerned about a second wave of coronavirus

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Seminole Hard Rock takes a chance on reopening

AM Tampa Bay

0:39 listening | 4 d ago

Seminole Hard Rock takes a chance on reopening

"Seminole hard rock casino and hotel re opened its doors in Tampa last night it shut down in March because of the pandemic Seminole gaming CEO Jim Allen tells news channel eight putting two thousand employees who were laid off back to work is the big payoff and I recognize there's a lot of emotion with this topic but they have the ability to bring people back to work in a safe environment we're certainly very proud of the hard rock is the first of Florida's six Seminole gaming casinos to re open with restrictions its capacity is fifty percent less than normal temperatures of all guests and staff will be checked before they come in visitors must wear face coverings

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COVID-19 hot spots erupt amid warning of 2nd wave

Ben Shapiro

0:43 listening | 4 d ago

COVID-19 hot spots erupt amid warning of 2nd wave

"Coronavirus hot spots erupt across the country experts warn of second wave in South Missy Dallas Houston southeast Florida's Gold Coast inherited Alabama several other places in the south have been rapidly re opening their economies are in danger of a second wave of coronavirus infections over the next four weeks according to a research team that uses cellphone data to track social mobility and forecasted trajectory of the pandemic the model developed by the policy lab at children's hospital of Philadelphia updated Wednesday with new data suggest most communities in the United States should be able to avoid a second wave spike in the near term if residents are careful to maintain social distancing even as businesses open up and restrictions are eased but the risk resurgence is high in some parts of the country especially in places where cases are already rising fast including two counts of Crawford Iowa call that's a basket Texas Oklahoma and the city of

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More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

Erin Burnett OutFront

0:23 listening | 5 d ago

More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

"Tonight. A new outbreak in northeast China forcing the region into quote wartime mode. One doctor who has seen nearly forty coronavirus patients there says patients appear to carry the virus for a longer period of time and then take longer to test negative. This doctor happens to be one of China's top critical care doctors who traveled to the site of the new outbreak after treating patients in. Wuhan for nearly one hundred

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Governor Polis urges all Coloradans to wear masks

This Morning with Gordon Deal

0:38 listening | 5 d ago

Governor Polis urges all Coloradans to wear masks

"Governor Poloz is urging you to keep your social distancing and wear a mask is part of your Memorial Day weekend even if you see others who are doing it the governor seems frustrated that people who are doing their part to fight coronavirus are getting so much media coverage you like to say here's a bunch of people partying at boulder creek at Chatfield reservoir and the untold story is that the vast majority of Coloradans are staying safe or at home going out when they need to wearing masks in public the governor says his camaraderie opens it's important to realize that mass hand washing and social distancing our things we still need to do in order to avoid a second wave of

Governor Poloz Chatfield Reservoir
Poll: Americans harbor strong fear of second wave of coronavirus infections, back precautions amid openings

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

0:39 listening | 5 d ago

Poll: Americans harbor strong fear of second wave of coronavirus infections, back precautions amid openings

"We see and hear loud angry protesters across the country demanding that their local areas reopen but a new poll finds that those people do not represent what most Americans are feeling right now an Associated Press survey found widespread opposition to reopening public places out of concern about a second wave of coronavirus infections the poll also found that while some Americans are anxious to get back to business as usual most don't see the country returning any time soon to what once was considered normal instead they largely envision a protracted period of physical distancing covered faces an intermittent quarantines ahead perhaps until a vaccine is

Associated Press
New infections mar South Korean students' return to school

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

0:33 listening | 6 d ago

New infections mar South Korean students' return to school

"And off to an unprecedented five month break south Korean students are returning to their classrooms three Bucks Kanga Kong has this report from sold this the re opening his status with the high school seniors being the first returned Wednesday such great has been able to sharply slow coronavirus infections by conducting massive testing and contact tracing a new cluster reinfection sling took night classes cell threatened to once the game too late we opening of schools but health officials concluded that the ladies outbreak appeared to be under

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South Korea says recovered coronavirus patients who tested positive again did not relapse: Tests picked up 'dead virus fragments'

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

0:28 listening | Last week

South Korea says recovered coronavirus patients who tested positive again did not relapse: Tests picked up 'dead virus fragments'

"You patients who test positive for coronavirus weeks after recovering probably not capable of transmitting the infection that's according to a report by scientists in South Korea he studied two hundred eighty five survive is the patients who had re tested positive for the virus one fun to have spread to any lingering infections virus samples collected from them could not be grown in culture indicating the patients were shedding non infectious virus

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Coronavirus: What can we learn from the Spanish flu?

American Innovations

1:56 listening | Last week

Coronavirus: What can we learn from the Spanish flu?

"One of the things that happened in nineteen eighteen is that there multiple waves of the flu coming through society. And here we are in a situation where parts of the country are starting to think about reopening or actually are reopening. Is there something? We can learn from the experience in nineteen eighteen of those multiple waves and cities that they're prostitutes coming out of the restrictions in the lockdown. Oh I think so one thing. That's really clear as those cities that practiced social distancing or what we're called non pharmaceutical interventions. Npr is the kind of thing that we're trying to do today though cities that adopted those early a maintain them the longest and use some strictness in their enforcement simply fared better in terms of death rates. And we can see that very vividly. There's good research done by people at the CDC and the University of Michigan that have looked at many many cities across the United States to map. This and one thing you see is there's often resistance when a second wave hits a city that there's more resistance to the public health measures but those cities that go ahead and have restrictions the second time in those communities where the public is more compliant seemed to have had lower death rates and intern. There's evidence that that then led to faster economic resurgence in those communities as well everything. Our nature is to be like well. This is a small outbreak. Let's start with small measures when in fact it has to be the exact opposite of that. And that's what's hard to watch right now. Is that when I look back at one thousand nine hundred and I have a whole new sympathy for them. Because of the uncertainty. They didn't know what was going to happen to them today. We have such good data about what happened to them and that we really should have been able to move more readily more quickly with more assuredness from the very beginning in turn. The flow of information is so strong that we had information coming from other parts of the world. So it's really disappointing to me that we moved so slowly in the United States in the and the figures are bearing out the costs of that

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Coronavirus flare-ups force France to re-close some schools

WBT Afternoon Programming

0:23 listening | Last week

Coronavirus flare-ups force France to re-close some schools

"Just one week after a third of French children went back to school there's been a worrying flare up of seventy covert nineteen cases linked directly to schools re opening of schools some last week more today initially spelled relief for hundreds of thousands of exhausted French parents but the education minister sounding the alarm today saying the return has put some children a new danger of infection he said the affected schools are being closed

Seattle - Gov. Inslee looks to reduce restrictions as coronavirus death toll tops 1,000 in Washington

Tom and Curley

0:54 listening | Last week

Seattle - Gov. Inslee looks to reduce restrictions as coronavirus death toll tops 1,000 in Washington

"Com governor Jay Inslee today lifting more of his stay at home order we believe now that with appropriate safety measures we can now start the process of getting back to non urgent medical and dental care the governor says doctors and dentists can provide non urgent care as long as they follow certain guidelines like making sure they have enough protective gear screen patients and maintain social distancing but he added without a vaccine or widely available treatments we still live in the error code nineteen and non urgent care could be curtailed again if there's a surgeon coronavirus cases this comes as Washington state reached a grim milestone over the weekend the state at the one thousand mark for deaths from covert nineteen Saturday a day where we also saw more than three hundred new positive cases reported just over two hundred eighty five thousand tests have been given in about six point five percent of those have come back positive that's a rate that continues to

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House Passes $3 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus

Fox News Rundown

1:49 listening | Last week

House Passes $3 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus

"Friday Democrats narrowly passed a three trillion dollar coronavirus relief package despite some division within their ranks fourteen house Democrats oppose the bill most of them in right leaning districts and only one Republican voted for it and progressives were left unhappy many initiatives they pushed for weren't included the plan provides for another round of stimulus checks a twenty billion dollar heroes fund for frontline worker hazard pay and assistance for state and local governments but Republicans roundly reject the proposal as a costly wishlist taking on issues beyond the pandemic and with president trump calling it dead on arrival it stands little chance of becoming more than a symbolic effort White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on ABC's this week so Nancy Pelosi and basically lost me with that package when she has twelve hundred dollar checks for illegal immigrants and and it just goes downhill from there meantime states are beginning to ease restrictions amid concerns of a second wave of the virus wary of high unemployment numbers crushing losses on Wall Street retail store bankruptcies and supply chain disruptions the president's encourage states to ease up as medical experts question the risk former CDC director Tom Frieden on fox news Sunday I will personally feel safer when CDC is speaking regularly to the American people they are the world's experts in this know whether doctor know whether agency in the U. S. government has the depth and breadth of expertise of CDC in New York City where I am today and where I live we are at the end of the beginning in some other places of the country it hasn't yet hit in full force as the pandemic drags on pummeling the economy there's growing concern the solution will be worse than that because of efforts aren't made to bring businesses back online vaccine or no

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Fed Chair Jerome Powell says economy will recover steadily this year, barring second wave

WBZ Afternoon News

0:24 listening | Last week

Fed Chair Jerome Powell says economy will recover steadily this year, barring second wave

"As for the economy fed chair Jerome Powell will tell CBS's sixty minutes tonight I mean there's not a second wave of of of of of the corona virus I think you'll see the economy recover steadily through the second half of this year for the economy to fully recover people have to be fully confident in that that may have to await the arrival of of of a vaccine nearly eighty nine thousand have died in the

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Cuomo says increase in coronavirus cases expected as reopening begins in New York

Clark Howard

0:32 listening | Last week

Cuomo says increase in coronavirus cases expected as reopening begins in New York

"Economy almost every state is now open to one degree or another that includes the one that is by far the hardest hit New York but what the governor they're still showing caution man advising it well I get infected but depends on what you do safe behaviors what New York governor Andrew Cuomo says is needed to prevent a second wave of the corona virus how you act will determine what happens to you Cuomo says the daily number of new cases in his state is declining but he expects to see an increase in certain regions began to re

New York Andrew Cuomo
New COVID-19 cases in New York coming from people leaving home, Cuomo says

Masters in Business

0:39 listening | Last week

New COVID-19 cases in New York coming from people leaving home, Cuomo says

"As parts of New York begin to open after the corona virus shut down governor Andrew Cuomo says we should expect to see cases of the virus rise you increase certain economic activity we expect to see an increase in numbers we don't want to see a spike well will there be a spike it depends on how people react and it depends on their personal behavior are they wearing masks are they using hand sanitizer one hundred fifty seven lives were lost in New York in the last count and Cuomo says that number has been

New York Andrew Cuomo
New York's Cuomo warns of rise in coronavirus cases

Masters in Business

0:32 listening | Last week

New York's Cuomo warns of rise in coronavirus cases

"As parts of New York begin to open after the corona virus shut down governor Andrew Cuomo says we should expect to see cases of the virus rise you increase sector economic activity we expect to see an increase in numbers we don't want to see a spike well will there be a spike it depends on how people react and it depends on their personal behavior are they wearing masks are they using hand

New York Andrew Cuomo
PA Gov. Tom Wolf shows sympathy for affected businesses as 12 more counties are allowed to partially reopen

KYW 24 Hour News

1:00 listening | Last week

PA Gov. Tom Wolf shows sympathy for affected businesses as 12 more counties are allowed to partially reopen

"Unlike earlier this week when he lashed out at anyone threatening to defy his stay at home order governor Tom wolf was sympathetic yesterday to the challenges of the pandemic K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim mill work reports twelve more counties are set to move to governor was yellow phase next week that means eighteen will remain red including all the counties in southeastern PA now if you live in one of the eighteen counties that remains in the red zone you may feel disappointed or frustrated right now but governor with points of the damage the virus caused in Italy and Spain where they waited to take action and while he acknowledges the very real economic damage from the state homeowners in Pennsylvania he describes it as less bad compared to the health crisis it could have been no one would would would want this if we had a choice unfortunately we did not have the choice this virus was imposed on us and we are all trying to do the best we can governor will says while most people look out the window and see beautiful spring weather people who study viruses and how they spread see danger and the governor says frustration needs to target the virus not

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Ousted virus expert warns of "darkest winter in modern history"

Orlando's Morning News

0:38 listening | Last week

Ousted virus expert warns of "darkest winter in modern history"

"Dr Rick Wright is named he will tell a house committee today without more action the year twenty twenty will quote be the darkest winter in modern history he says the US needs a more coordinated national response should the virus come back later this year right was the head of a key vaccine agency within the administration he says he was removed from his job and transferred because he refused to promote a malaria drug the president talked about as possible treatment for cover nineteen he has since filed a whistleblower complaint the administration does not agree with his assessment the president calls him a disgruntled employees so we have this back and forth but it's certainly setting up some drama to play out here on the hill

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Texas sees 1,000 new coronavirus cases 5 days in a row

Chris Krok

1:14 listening | Last week

Texas sees 1,000 new coronavirus cases 5 days in a row

"Lot of stories today about how states like Texas like us that are rolling back restrictions you know we could get hit horribly and how dangerous horrible this could be in our winter could be terrorizing at how bad it could could get the darkest winter in modern history without ramped up Chinese that virus response is what one article says coronavirus flooded states may be already be doing for a second lockdown Texas sees new one thousand new coronavirus cases five days in a row and also the chart and shows us where it's going up it's not going down or staying the same we did have good news in Dallas County I am so sick of hearing about this crap aren't you I am so sick of it but also the moment that we let up on it personally in our lives is the moment we will get the bad virus right and I'm sure that you like me were even at times in my lifetime I said this to her and she's like I felt the same way like I almost wish I'd get this stupid thing right and get it over with

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Most states loosen restrictions as cases continue to rise

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

2:17 listening | Last week

Most states loosen restrictions as cases continue to rise

"Tonight nearly every state is taking steps to ease stay at home restrictions even as cases and half of the country are rising today the mayor of DC took the rare step of extending her order until June well on on the the west west coast coast California California moved moved to to open open one one of of its its most most popular popular attractions attractions here here CBS's CBS's Jamie Jamie you you kiss kiss Los Los Angeles Angeles is is riding riding the the wave wave of of re re opening opening today today the the beach beach is is open open so so long long as as you you keep keep moving moving sunbathers sunbathers not not allowed allowed California California is seeing an increase of seventeen percent in new two week average of new covert cases rural counties are the exception restaurants are re opening this one in El Dorado hills north of Sacramento community that longing for normalcy is also at work in Arizona we're testing is on the rise and so are infection rate of sixty percent even as more businesses reopen a growing number not ready these are restaurants and shops signing an online petition called too soon Arizona the C. lifting orders now will cause an acceleration in cases an unnecessary deaths the push to reopen the pull of not going too far Thursday in Michigan a group plans a protest that governor stayed home order last month the group showed up armed at the state capitol today governor Gretchen Whitmer sounded a warning what we're doing is working so these protests they do undermine the efforts Iowa has seen a sixty seven percent rise in daily covert cases nineteen it's here to stay for a while even so I was governor announced that restaurants salons and gyms will re open gym owner Jason Bailey the constitution says that we have on Alina Alina ball ball writes writes thank thank you you for for putting putting anybody anybody in in harm harm or or not not putting putting anybody anybody in in harm harm they they didn't didn't volunteer volunteer to to do do so so even even though though the the beach beach here here in in Santa Santa Monica Monica is now open another Los Angeles icon the Hollywood Bowl will cancel its summer season for the first time in ninety eight years wars and the Great Depression and couldn't keep it silenced until this

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