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China locks down city of 9 million amid new spike in cases

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

China locks down city of 9 million amid new spike in cases

"A new surge of Kobe nineteen cases as prompted a lockdown in a major Chinese city on the two year anniversary of the declaration of the pandemic China's ordered a lockdown of nine million people around the northeastern city of Chiang choon a new spike included nineteen cases is reported there about one hundred infections nonessential businesses are closed and residents are required to stay home and undergo three rounds of virus testing nationwide in China four hundred new cases have been detected I'm Jackie Quinn

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"��9 million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The China virus like a dog with a bone President Biden Without another meter speech today on the virus trying to invest Americans had to make a reset plan to try to control skyrocketing cases of Coming with increases later. Radio City Wpbf 27 20 minutes now before the It's just not talking about whether someone is dead or alive. But you're talking about the quality of their lives all year. In total, it will And are you not? Hypocrisy on the part of the black lives matter. Movement. Hope is going to boost shot CEO says the CDC is sending Residential drug treatment centers and developmentally disabled group homes. Yeah, so congregate care facilities. This expands the FDA decision to allow third doses for immune compromised individuals. The transplants, cancer treatments, advanced HIV or other weakened immune systems. And, in essence, um Hogan is basically saying Joe Pike doesn't know what he's doing. And in a kind of a nice way. You know if it were trump he'd be, uh, you know, nailing him over the head with a two by four over this issue, But, you know, I always like to talk about the Democrats, so that's all that's going on here. But Also said that the interest development that his health care team they found some interesting in the instability facilities in the state of Maryland. So these are fully vaccinate individuals. Alright, 60% of which had winning immunity. Okay, meaning that they're now kindergarten. Is about five months at best. And then after that, five months, it really starts to fall off the cliff. And then people think they're vaccinated. They may not take as much as necessary precautions. You still ought to be doing whatever you should be doing about washing your hands. Don't touch your face things of that nature, But we know the mass don't work. We know the vaccines work in the beginning and then start the way. But now we're finding out as we've reported here. The viral loads on on fully vaccinated or like up to 250 times. What somebody that has natural immunity or his the unvaccinated So this whole narrative about the pandemic of the unvaccinated has been completely blown out of the water by Governor Hogan's Science here or his health team, saying that winning immunity is the 60% now and so, of course, they're now going to spend $3 million of taxpayer money. Going door to door knocking on the door. You know how many people going to answer the door? Great questions that probably money wasted. These people answer the door. Unless you're occasionally I'll get locked the door from my lecturer, because when it ends, something delivered to me and you know you're Are you gonna answer your door? $3 million flushed down the drain for door to door canvassing, and that's to go along with the $9 million on the faulty test kits. That's 12 million and, of course, the $400,000 paid to the law firm. Which he lost the case anyway in court to the extension of the federal unemployment benefits, So it's well over $12 million that the Larry has squandered in Fool's gold. 6 43 traffic and weather on the phrase Now with the update Here is the king was not Johnson brought to you as a service of the Baltimore voting Center. They're located on beautiful suit, frequent their riverboat. The tunnels.

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Nearly 9 Million Americans Will Soon Lose Enhanced Unemployment Benefits

KILF Morning New Podcast

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Nearly 9 Million Americans Will Soon Lose Enhanced Unemployment Benefits

"Kind of ironic today. That more than nine million americans to lose their unemployment benefits and millions more will see their weekly incomes plummet as a host of federal pandemic jobless aid programs expire ironic because today's labour day yes reprograms covering a combined. Twelve point one million people will end today without any action from the white house or congress and they don't seem to be inclined to take any action twenty-six states pulled out of at least some of those programs earlier this summer including texas as businesses struggled to fill a record-breaking nine million job openings but there are still five point four million gig workers contractors and others not covered by traditional unemployment insurance who will loop lose their weekly benefits this week. Another three point. Nine million americans receiving extended aid. We'll see those payments disappear.

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"��9 million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Where? There can't be that many right? Right because she wears the woman. She's on the farm, but that's black and white. We can't see it then when she gets to Oz, it's in color. And I think it's like the same clothes. Yeah. But they mean a lot of different um, jumpers. Isn't that what she wore a jumper and a blouse for some could be. Yeah, Like I said, it's been a while. It may have seen that they probably made like 12 of those, And so that's what they're saying. I'm not buying it. They're using too many. Words that they can wrestle out of a lawsuit with We said, probably, you know that kind of a thing. When somebody pays $9 million for it. We believed it was hers. In modern cinema News. Discovery Channel's Shark Week is underway. The guys from Jackass decided to get in on the shark infested fun that's so nice that they decided to do that. What happened? It is. What were they doing? They were going to literally jump the shark and, yeah, they had a ramp set up and they were going to drive a boat passed the ramp and have somebody on it looked like a knee board. Hit the ramp and try and jump to another ramp That was pretty far away in between. Don't know how they attracted all these sharks, but it was water just Absolutely full of sharks. They shunned it with blood or something they must have. Yeah. What it is a little bit of the audio from this, Gloria said. Exhausted every single idea we could possibly come up with the well has run dry poopies. There's nothing left to do but jumped the shark and that's what led to this. Oh, no. Oh,.

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"��9 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Those of us who are order 10,000 steps a day. It's not that easy a goal to achieve. But as a professor at Harvard Medical School, Dr I. Min Lee wondered why so high Well, she found out it comes from 19 sixties Japan. They call that pedometer Amanpour Key, which in Japanese is a 10,000 step meter. So it was a marketing tool to try and sell the pedometers with a catchy name. So she ran an experiment and didn't notice that more steps meant better health up to a certain point it keep it off, actually at about 7500 steps. Beyond that, you did not get any additional benefit. Keep in mind. The study was specifically for older women. Dr. Lee is currently testing other demographics for now. Now, just be proud that you got off the couch today. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio. Alright, we'll do Matt 808 now on this Friday morning, and it's time for business. Live to Bloomberg. We go. Here's Tom Busby. Jim. A chicken recall just got bigger now. £9 million of fully cooked frozen chicken products from Tyson Foods, the nation's biggest producer, are being recalled because of possible mysterious contamination there, sold at WalMart target other chains as well as to hospitals, schools and military bases. On Wall Street stocks took a little tumble yesterday, but it looks like a comeback rally today. Dow futures now up 247, and it's still July, but Disney World and Disneyland say they're going to bring back the late night Halloween events this year. They were cancelled last year because of the pandemic. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Alright there at Summit is eight Oh, nine on this Friday morning. Moving.

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"��9 million" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:20 min | 11 months ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Of general managers. And it's almost the same thing every time when you talk about a high profile player in that the general managers with interest say while the asking price is too high now there are other pieces Buffalo would consider moving as well. You're talking About risk the line. Um you're talking about sound Ryan hard. I think they prefer to keep crystalline unless the deal is too sweet to turn away from, but to go back to Jack, because when you talk about what the asking price might be, you know, isn't it the same old when you go into the off season? It's a high first round pick. It's a top prospect. It's a young NHL player and teams just aren't quite ready to pay that. But as you get closer to the draft, maybe they will. All right, So there's a lot in there, of course about the Eichel rumors. You know, the crystalline in thing that they would like to prefer to keep Crystal line and And unless the deal gets sweetened considerably Of the three guys we're talking about here the I guess. I don't know. It's it's It's yesterday we talked about how it is. Utterly amazing that the Sabres Re signed Jeff Skinner for $72 million and then had a coach that thought he wasn't that good. Just not play them. That is amazing. That that happened. And we just You know, we ran through that real quickly because Paul mentioned We talked to Paul Hamilton yesterday that Jason Bottle kind of took a bullet by signing Skinner because ownership made it clear we want him around, so they kept them. And ownership steps in and says, like, Make sure you get this done, which I don't no problem with that. You own a team. You see a great player. You think Let's keep this player that makes sense. Now. The dollars of it the determine that you want to say it was too much. All right. Well, the Sabres might have been Fox to negotiations, or maybe had their bluff called. They were too afraid of losing him. That's a separate conversation. That the that the owners wanted him here. Okay? Usually when that happens if there's a coach that is sinking of an asset that you spent a lot on that you want you say to the coach. Like what? Why? What's going on? You have. What are you doing? I can't believe you're letting this happen. That was yesterday when we talked about how amazing it is that that actually did happen that they signed him for $9 million a year and play them on the fourth line with Curtis Lazar. Last year. It's I mean to me, it keeps it. It's amazing. Maybe more amazing. Brayton. What's more amazing Crystalline in still being here and lasting maybe another year to play out his contract and what leave or resign. I mean, are they interested in resigning? Bristol lining I would hope not. Don't even know what to think with that. I mean, I mean, it's enough to make me think that it's Paul Hamilton again has suggested that ownership really wants to make sure th Thompson works out. So okay. Thompson gets a little bit of a nod in the expansion draft. He gets protected. He's going to get opportunities. Okay. Sure. The only explanation for wrist align and still being here on the team next year. Is that ownership steps in and says We want him here. He survived every coach. He survived every GM. He's flat out, said I'm fine if I leave They just hire an analytics guru. He doesn't pass the numbers test. He doesn't pass the want to be here. Test. And he's on an expiring contract and Even if you think he has value in is good. The idea that the guy that they would be most likely to keep is the expiring contract is really hard to understand, And if they want to keep them, it means they plan on protecting him in the expansion draft, which means they've exposed somebody else or they're going to call Seattle's bluff on whether or not they would take him. And that would be a huge mistake if they decided to protect him in the expansion draft to expose a guy like Will Borden, like, what are you thinking in in that whole realm aspect? Of this process and just what more does anybody need to see from Rasmus risk the line and he's been in the organization since 2013. Yes, I get it. He's a former eighth overall pick. You don't necessarily want to give up on a former first round pick. But that was eight years ago already that this guy has already been selected by the Sabres. He's been part of the organization. He's come up through the ranks. You've given him a bunch of minutes to try and develop into this player that you want him to be, And I don't think we need to see any more of what Rasmus Worse the line is going to bring to the table. He is what he is, and I still hear some people say Oh, well, you know Rastus for salon and still is an exceptional NHL player that still brings a lot to the table. I mean, what has Rasmus were stolen and brought to the table in terms of analytics and in terms of the eye test for the Sabres over the past eight years that he's been in this organization, not a whole heck of a lot Well, analytics are bad. His on ice play has been very shoddy at times throughout his entire career. It's just this whole decision of while they want to keep Rasmus risk that they prefer to keep Rasmus risk the line in unless the deal is sweetened, which means like I guess that just means that has to be sweetened about the deal. Give me 1/5 round pick. That's fine. I'll take it. That's the thing. They probably don't want to take a They probably wouldn't even take 1/4. You know the or third, and I think that that's not adequate value. I mean, the reason he's still here is the same reason any player stays where they are, because you know if you've entertained the idea of trading a player and you don't it means you haven't gotten the value..

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"��9 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"��9 million" Discussed on AP News

"At 10 People are known Dead 151. Others still missing since last Thursday's early morning collapse of part of a 12 story, beachside condo and Surfside, Florida search and Rescue teams are dealing with the three story pile of shifting rubble. State County fire and Rescue Assistant chief Ray Jadallah says family members of the missing watched as a rescuer lost his footing. They witnessed a rescuer tumbled 25 ft. Down the mountain. That is a perfect example of the situation that we're dealing with. The collapse came just before a deadline for owners to start payments toward more than $9 million in repairs recommended nearly three years ago. California adds five more states, including Florida to its list of other states, where state government funded travel is banned, except under limited circumstances. Because of laws that discriminate against members of the LGBTQ community. 17 states are now on that list. I'm Tim Maguire. I might grow CIA reporting make a wish clarifies its policy after confusion on vaccinations. The make a wish Foundation on Monday sought to clarify what it calls a misinformation campaign about whether Children who are not vaccinated against Covid 19 will be eligible to have their wishes. Granted, the foundation said. Unvaccinated Children are still eligible. Questions arose over the weekend when an edited video of make a Wish Foundation CEO Richard Davis went viral on social Media, in which Davis seemed to suggest only vaccinated Children would be eligible to have wishes granted the viral clip cut off before, Davis explained. Certain wishes for unvaccinated Children currently deemed to be too risky will remain on hold until medical guidance changes I might grow. CEO, A federal judge has dismissed the antitrust lawsuits brought against Facebook by some government entities. The Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of state attorneys general had sued Facebook last winter, claiming it's a monopoly dominating the market. The FTC had alleged Facebook engaged in a systematic strategy to eliminate its competition, and there were calls for Facebook to have to break up some of its platforms. But a federal judge has ruled the lawsuits were legally insufficient and didn't provide enough evidence to prove the allegations. The consumer advocacy group Public Citizen says the courts have grappled with these types of complaints. In cases where consumers aren't charged directly for services. Facebook says it competes fairly every day to earn people's time and attention. Jackie Quinn, Washington A P news. I'm Tim Maguire. 151 People are still missing. 10 people are dead from last week's condo building collapse and Surfside, Florida The search for survivors continues. This is day five rage Adala as Dade County assistant fire chief. There's a Misunderstanding and regarding.

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"��9 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"��9 million" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsman at 10 People are known Dead 151. Others still missing since last Thursday's early morning collapse of part of a 12 story beachside condo in Surfside, Florida. Search and rescue teams are dealing with the three story pile of shifting rubble, Dade County fire and Rescue assistant chief Rage Adala says family members of the missing watched as a rescuer lost his footing. They witness a rescuer tumbled 25 ft. Down the mountain. That is a perfect example of the situation that we're dealing with. The collapse came just before a deadline for owners to start payments toward more than $9 million in repairs recommended nearly three years ago. California adds five more states, including Florida to its list of other states, where state government funded travel is banned, except under limited circumstances because of laws that discriminate against members of the LGBTQ community. 17 States are now on that list. I'm Tim Maguire. A federal judge has dismissed the antitrust lawsuits brought against Facebook by some government entities. The Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of state attorneys general had sued Facebook last winter, claiming it's a monopoly dominating the market. The FTC had alleged Facebook engaged in a systematic strategy to eliminate its competition, and there were calls for Facebook to have to break up some of its platforms. But a federal judge has ruled the lawsuits were legally insufficient and didn't provide enough evidence to prove the allegations. The consumer advocacy group Public Citizen says the courts have grappled with these types of complaints. In cases where consumers aren't charged directly for services. Facebook says it competes fairly every day to earn people's time and attention. Jackie Quinn, Washington A P news. I'm to McGuire.

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"��9 million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:15 min | 11 months ago

"��9 million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is a man who is telling a media outlet. That his grandparents live in that tower. Their names are Arnie and Miriam, not kin. His name is Jake Samuelson. And he says he's gotten at least 16 calls from the landline number. Of their building their apartment, Um, after the condo collapsed, not like out of a horror movie, he says. Every time I pick up, it's just static. Every time. Uh, No, he said. We're all sitting there in the living room, my whole family and my mother. We were just shocked. He kind of thought nothing. Of it because we answered and it was static. Um, the grandparents, both in their eighties Live in apartment 302 in Champlain Towers south. Their landline phone usually sits right next to their bed. It could just be some sort of a glitch. But I mean, that would be really sad if that's them. That would be trying to call for help with the only thing that was nearby as the landline, but it can't connect. They just keep dialing the number and so sad. I think it stops so I don't know what's that stories from the weekend? I don't know if it's still Happening, but it could be like the phone is in a position where it's hitting. Read, I'll or or a number in memory. I I don't know getting hit by some sort of debris. A former maintenance manager for this condo tower. Said that he when he worked there, back in the late nineties to the year, 2000. Regularly raised concerns about ocean water, inundating the parking garage. Flooding struck him as just not normal. William Espinosa oversaw the maintenance staff of Champlain Towers south condo in Surfside, he said, we had to use pumps. To get rid of the potentially corrosive CSC water is bad news. You don't want that getting there Anything that's uh, that's important. It'll corroded. He said that any time that we had high tides away from the ordinary, any king tide anything like that we'd have a lot of salt water coming through the bottom of the foundation. Now, a lot of believing as I was talking with the ABC News reporter that they believe this building collapse from the bottom up. And there's a lot of concerns about what looked to be a sinkhole in the pool area that had opened up several people who were actually on their balconies of the tower at the time of the collapse. Saw the sinkhole became alarmed, but it wasn't long after that. That the whole thing the whole building just started to come down. One person by the name of Cassie Stratton told her husband, Mike, on a call that she saw a sinkhole with a pool it been and she felt the building shaking. A moment later, the line went dead, the husband said. I think he was on a on a business trip. Structural engineer, Jason boarded and inspected the tower in 2020. Said that the pool sinkhole definitely could have contributed to the collapse, He said During the inspection, he'd seen cracks in the building facade on the balconies in the garage and applause of the building. He noted that kind of deterioration was normal in his line of work and then actually didn't alarm him. But it could have amounted to a lot more trouble than it seemed. There was also an inspection that was done in 2018, which singled out the garage and also the pool area for a lot of structural damage impact as a report. That the owners Of the, uh, condos faced at least $9 million in planned repairs. They were just days away from a deadline to start making payments. Towards a $9 Million fund for major repairs that were recommended back in 2018. It looks very possible. They did not get on it soon enough, All right, coming up. Next, we'll be at the Newsome Recall desk a couple of developments, including the one where the Legislature today Is apparently going to make up its mind as to whether or not to have this recall election sooner or later, and but I mean sooner. September later late November, coming up on the John and Ken Show on K F I Deborah Mark with news L. A public school superintendent.

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"��9 million" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on KOMO

"Frank Lindsay's at the editor's desk. Greg is off today I'm manufacture a massive search and rescue operation continues in Florida after 55 units crumbled to add a condo building near Miami Beach overnight. Former Miami Dade Fire chief Dave Downey says what he saw was unusual in my 40 years. I've never seen a collapse like this that didn't involve some sort of, you know, earthquake or something else. 35 people were rescued, two were pulled from the rubble. 10 people were checked out and treated on the scene, and two were taken to the hospital. There are unconfirmed reports that 51 people Are still unaccounted for the Miami Dade Fire assistant chief or aid Road. Allah said today that first responders don't yet have a total count of people who are missing. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll appoint a select committee to investigate the January 6th riot inside the Capitol. It is imperative that we seek the truth. As for what happened to do that we believe that a bipartisan commission would be the best way to proceed. California Democrat said. It's been six months and she is not going to wait for Republicans to join in a bipartisan effort. She said. The GOP kept pushing for one thing that she would not relent on and that was the scope of the investigation, she said. Republicans wanted to investigate black lives matter, which had nothing to do, she says with January 6th. The city of Seattle will invest more than $9 million into downtown recovery projects to boost reopening. As you know, the covid crisis has taken a significant toll on downtown Seattle. Almost care cost image has more on the road to downtown recovery plan on this perfect Northwest Day, both locals and visitors creating vibrancy at Pike Place market. We just ate and now we're going to go to the market and see what we can find because of the pandemic. It's taken months to get here. Mayor in downtown leaders announcing new efforts and investments through the Seattle rescue plan to bring workers, small businesses and visitors back downtown bar downtown really is so vital to the economic recovery not just of Seattle, but the region, Mayor Turk in in the downtown revitalization working group have developed for strategies to bring the vitality back, including increased events and programming. Reopened. Small businesses and cultural organizations support a summer and fall return for workers who were currently remote and finally increased graffiti and trash cleanup and beautification efforts. For all the Sagan, who has had to temporarily close her bakery on troubled Third Avenue, she hopes the plan will turn downtown around. We really want to see the road map and how their funds going to be used and what is a long term.

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"��9 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The highest paid public official is the cultural ball coach, South Carolina, Kentucky and Alabama have some of the highest poverty rates in the nation. And they each have a state university football coach who are $9 million in 2022, the equipment, resources and opportunities that colleges supply for their women. Athletes are routinely inferior to what they supply for men and finally, number three N C level makes more than one billion a year. From the labor of college athletes. But those athletes cannot so much as except gas money from a team booster without fear of committing a career ending violation. On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down the decision, which chips away at this last you the Supreme Court unanimously ruled in N C. Double A versus Austin that the N C. Double A was violating federal antitrust laws by restricting the education related benefits that universities and colleges could provide to athletes. As for the N C, double a s claim that limiting compensation was necessary to preserve amateurism and collegiate sports. Well in his concurring opinion, Justice Brett Kavanaugh said, Get that on out of here when he wrote quote traditions alone cannot justify the decision to build a massive money raising enterprise on the backs of student athletes who are not fairly compensated. Nowhere else in America and businesses get away with agreeing not to pay their workers a fair market rate on the theory that the product is defined by not paying their workers a fair market rate. Justice cabinets argument is reminiscent of a similar conclusion made by historian Taylor Branch in his now classic 2011 piece, the shame of college sports. Franche wrote. Quote in the error when our college sports first roads, colonial powers, returning the whole world upside down to define their own interests as all inclusive and benevolent. Just so the N C double a calls it heinous exploitation to pay college athletes a fair portion of what they earn. So let me just note this for the N C. A. A, when your actions can be denounced with equal disdain by a justice who was using free market ideals and by a civil rights historian who is drawing on postcolonial discourse. That's strong evidence that you are indeed you. I'm here to help.

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"��9 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hit two minivans in the mostly Shiite neighborhood in the Afghan capital, killing at least seven people and leaving six others hurt. The attacks targeted minivans on the same road about 1.25 miles apart in a neighborhood in western Kabul. It wasn't immediately clear what type of bombs were used, and no one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks. President Joe Biden's administration will return more than $2 billion in funds allotted under Donald Trump to build a wall along the US Mexican border to the military and devote other remaining monies to construction and site clean up. The move will return funds to 66 military projects spanning 11 states, three U. S territories in 16 countries. The White House says The projects include $79 Million to renovate a U. S military school in Germany and $9 million for a firing range in Indiana. The former president made the wall of signature part of his presidency, saying it was needed to stop the leak. The immigration and drug smuggling. During his four years in office. Trump secured about $15 billion for the project, including 10 Billion and Redirected US military funds. Chinese TV reported that a Chinese country official appears to have jumped to his death during a probe into the deaths of 21 runners last month when freezing rain and gale force winds hit the mountain on which they were competing in an ultra marathon. Police were notified. A man had jumped from his apartment and died. Homicide has been ruled out. Today is the fifth anniversary of the fatal mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Florida, where 49 people were killed there being honored with a community run a museum exhibit, a yoga session, gay chorus performance and a street dance party and in May 2020 to a friend's themed cruise will be hitting the high seas aboard the celebrity equinox..

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"��9 million" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"54 in power. 48 Kogo news time. 701, California's Workplace Safety Board is proposing some new rules about masks. Cal OSHA is now suggesting fully vaccinated workers could go without masks in the workplace. Even around those who aren't vaccinated. The new proposal is more in line with guidance from the state's public health department. This after the safety board rescinded a much stricter policy requiring all workers to wear a mask even if one person wasn't fully vaccinated. Critics of the previous plan said it was confusing and could lead to worker animosity against the unvaccinated. The board is expected to vote on the new proposal June 17th, which, if passed, would go into effect. June 28th Eddie McCubbin Kogo News supervisor, Joel Anderson says 42 million in stimulus dollars should have gone to small businesses and not county employee hazard pay. The supervisor was quick to praise the efforts of county employees both before and during the pandemic. But he said it full employment last year and a half. And an average of 100 and $24,000 a year. Others needed to help. 33 million went to small business We gave 42,000,002 County employees. There are roughly 8000 County employees, but we have hundreds of thousands of people. They're unemployed because the restaurant closed. So if we fought in terms of stimulus, just from a business, we would be putting a lot more people back to work. We're still $9 million short of what we get County employees Anderson saying the payment school against the county policy Equity after so many people lost work during the pandemic, Jack by administration is purchasing 500 million doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine is part of the new U. S plan to ship vaccines to other countries present and expected to announce the planet. This week's G seven summit in Great Britain. First. Part of the plan involves shipping 80 million doses overseas by the end of this month. Cocoa do your time is 703. The president addressed US troops at Royal Air Force in Milton Hall, England as his first foreign trip as commander in chief leading up to the G seven and he met her plans to meet with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. This is the U. S response to a recent series of cyber attacks connected to Russian hacking groups. They include gas meat products. The president says he'll let Putin know what he wants him to know at every point along the way, we're.

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"��9 million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yes or no? No, I knew you'd say that. You're an old school guy. Eric. The benchmark? No, No, You're more Barrett. Married to the best part Necessary. Been smart bitch is not enough of a shelf life on it. Let me ask you this then. All right, So let me ask you this. Is there a precedent that that's the question that I will fax to extend? Yeah, Colfax is different. But he was. It was a different era. It was easier back then. So not Colfax. Right now he's had two really good years. Hey, I'm here is that we're outside of the winds, which is antiquated measurement, his numbers or better than Colfax. Well, here, I'll give you this compared the league's a lot harder. I'll give you this comparison, Tim Lincecum. All right, well, Timmy was great that that's that's an interesting one. Now that's something I could get behind because I saw him pitch and preside. I'm very well aware. Timmy was unsuitable for a couple of years with the Giants and he lost. Him till Linthicum also weighed £168 and you know, and he just He lost his fastball in the lost everything, but I got changed The grounds Only what a buck 75. He's tall. He's got leverage. If he has two more years like this, I'd say yes, but I don't. I'm not quite there yet. Well, listen, I respect that. I'm not trying to change your mind. But I said the ticket. I believe this. I mean this I have never seen I'm not so about totality of one's career. Just, you know, start. I had never seen somebody as great as the Graham Now. Pedro was close. I don't even know the right. No, not Nolan Clemens? No, not Clement. Like to me. It's Maybe peak Kershaw and peek Pedro or comparable to peak to grow up. Nobody, but But it's the lads. It's the last four years. You're looking at bt the two Cy Youngs and then the in the case per nine are just they're just ridiculous. He's so consistent to what I'm saying. Yeah. But we do this another two minutes act is gonna come to my side. No, I'm staying with Vicky on the stubborn mule. He's not changing from update from Mac will come back Blast wrap up a great Monday he was rich. See me? Yes. Fun. Sports flag. Guys shake up to Graham getting encouraging news after Neymar. I came back clean, but he is headed to the 10 Day injury list. It probably won't be much more than that, if it also Hill Mrs Start at the very least in the retro and the move will be retroactive to yesterday. Eric Fisher's tenure in Kansas City ended with a torn Achilles in the championship. The culture satisfied with his recovery. Those far they've reportedly come to terms with the former number one pick over on a one year deal worth over $9 million.

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"��9 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We continue with this amazing close up. Look at the creation of Tic tac. That's right. How Tic Tac figured out making other people famous would get Ticktock famous, too. Yeah, right. Good formula. Also, what's in it for the TIC tac influencers and Bloomberg Tech reporter Shelly Banjo takes a look. In the special podcast found during the TIC tac story. Very quick tour of the new hype house. We'll start here Elevated next room. It's massive movie theater room. Andres is Michael's Cubby Tony's room. Thomas's room on the second floor. If you've never heard of a clap house, Thies air mansions where a bunch of tic Tac stars lived together and create videos. Another one race 321 go. It's a bit like 19 nineties. Real world meets Shark tank. Imagine a sleepover but forever And now living with my friends like these are my best friends like I grew up with these kids. That's Alex warn he's 20 years old and has around 14 million followers on Tic Tac. He's one of the founding members of the Hype House, a Tic Tac mansion in the Hollywood Hills. Alex Warren has 11 roommates ages 17 to 22. Each of them has millions of followers on Tic Tac. You're never alone. There's always something happening like someone screaming. We have a bus outside that we just got I had bought a golf cart like we motorcycles. We have drift cards. The high passes a mansion full of toys. It's a $9 million house with a theater, an elevator and a pool. Of course, there are multiple balconies to shoot videos and Gloria's outdoor life. The high pass, Steven has brand sponsorships. Deceptively Thies, tic tac mentions are also work spaces. They love the tic tac stars to create videos together and build off.

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"��9 million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You'll kill your grandmother. That is if she didn't die when I put in a nursing home with covert outbreak. Oh, that's exactly. Oh, you should hear what I mean. I have coming up. What? The Governor Cuomo. I had to say about these nursing home deaths starting off with Don't tell me what I said. A little touchy there A nd s o. We have well, that coming up for you as well. What a guy. I mean, what a guy and this from Bernie capacity that Bruce, do you know the doctor Fauci made $9 million last year. And bragged about making 10 times that this year. How do you think you made that much money on anything was training games stop to you, but I have no idea what the guy's investments are. But there has been Um, one of the pieces of buzz. It's out there is that Fauci You know, has, uh, rather substantial investments in this field. Look, take a step back for a second. If if an individual have those investments, that's perfectly fine. He wants the structure his investments because he knows about the field and he feels he could buy into companies that are going to be successful in that field. I have no problem that that's fine. However. In a situation where your investments will either make money or lose money, depending upon that those of the depending on circumstance Have any of what? What government actions are. You should recuse yourself, and he has never done that. On that, to me is a moral failing. It's also potentially illegal fairly well. We'll see how that plays up. This Bruce with Dr Fauci insisting. Um I don't know. I just did that one. Repeat myself. Get back to Caitlyn Jenner. One thing Caitlyn Jenner, So it's easier for me to say Caitlyn Jenner, or gender. Than it is to try to determine each time. Cause I believe that biologically all the elements are still in place that Jenner was born with. I don't want to have to decide each time. Door. Say he do I say she Hi. My name is Caitlyn Jenner. My pronouns. Are he She him her. At any rate. Jenner was very firm on one place where Jenner agrees with Donald Trump. I am all for the wall. I would secure the wall. We can't have a state. We can't have a country without a secure wall. We're all for the wall and no, we cannot have a secure wall. We can't secure a country without a secure border. You can't be a country unless you're going to define your borders and define those individuals you allow into your country. It's one of the elements. Traditionally, there's always made a nation state. Is clear, defined herbal and defensible borders. I think one could make the intellectual argument that Right now. Our southern border is certainly not defensible against the hordes of individuals who have simply decided to ignore the border and walk into the country and they may or may not have any intention whatsoever of assimilating. In the population. What's part of time assimilation with thing to do? You come to this country and you wouldn't want to assimilate. We've had this conversation before while you guys was here. You My grandma came from Poland and she spoke no English, but she insisted. We speak English. The minute we stepped outside the door instead of speaking Polish. And or whatever country you're your folks came from originally and that that's pretty normal that used to be Normal. No, not so much. No, you come to this country and demand that your heritage being recognized. Now, if you yesterday was singled to Maya, we're supposed to celebrate something that Frankly, the Mexican country itself in the population of Mexico doesn't even think about all that much is celebration of some victory. One somewhere some time some time would be me. The fifth Okay? It's not sinking of the man is it is something very different today. By the way is revenge of the sixth. Just so you're warned? Yes, that horrible pun is actually on. The first time in the show page on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. Simply go to Facebook. Yes, I'm on Facebook. I've never gotten off of Facebook, by the way. Because there are just shy of 7000 of you. Who check in on a continuing basis. On and I think it's valuable. We will talk to you. And have you be able to talk back? So to me, Yeah, it's a It's a useful thing because it keeps us connected in one fashion. Another, sometimes the stuff that the post is funny. Sometimes it's stupid sometimes has God awful puns. And sometimes, you know, I just pull stuff because it's fun to do something of a motor.

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"��9 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Now It's 56 Shadow Hare. It's 52 along the lakefront 57 at midway. In DeKalb. That's 53 in Michigan City this morning. It's 46 your money on WGN. We begin the day with the stocks in the red now and looks like markets mentioned earlier. We're looking for direction. Have found them and it is down down futures sure, deepening their losses down this morning off nearly 73 points S and P and NASDAQ futures are down as well. Nasty futures off nearly 100. Down nearly three quarters of a percent. Markets are mainly lower now in Europe and losses overnight in parts of Asia as well. The FDA is being asked by Fizer to fully approve it's covert 19 vaccine at the end of this month. Shot is made in conjunction with drug maker by intact. If the FDA gives the green light, Fizer could start marketing the vaccine directly to consumers. It's currently only working with an emergency use authorization. Along with modern A and Johnson and Johnson under Armor has announced it'll pay $9 million to settle federal charges pertaining to the company's accounting practices. And Cincinnati based Kroger Grocery Store says it's test launching a new drone delivery service later this week. Company officials say that select customers In Ohio will be receiving deliveries from automated drones. Kroger's parent company, Mariano's in the Chicago area, and I'm Steve Christiana. John Chicago's very own seven. Mi Mi mi mi mi, but also you the payroll fast forwards his favorite porn film, but the powdered doughnut, Okay,.

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"��9 million" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Starting to get those sales rolling in right, and so Just to stand in the way of that, because you don't want to leverage in 2000 and 22 draft pick and your little bit iffy on whether the coach and general manager that you have the utmost confidence in deserve that confidence. That was always ridiculous. I told you the bears. We're gonna have the green light on draft night. They had the green light. They drove through it. They got the guy that they wanted. And here we are now with sort of a whole new mood. Whole new conversation in town that you know two weeks ago would have seemed unfathomable. Don in Georgia, Don. What's your question for Dan? Hey, guys. Long time listener. First time getting through. Thank you. No problem. Just wanted to know with the release of Leno. Do you see any more releases coming, possibly toe free, Uh, take three of some more money, possibly to bring in another left tackle like Fisher or another cornerback. You have done. Ryan said on Saturday night that they were gonna have t keep an eye on this sort of unusual free agent market that exist in May because of all these cap casualties around the league, and so now it's up to them to determine what they want to do with all these other positions. Obviously, the lentil released today is a release that under normal years, probably one that happened. He would have been your place holder and a guy who's obviously been more than that. He's been a durable starter and a guy who's been in You're starting lineup for the better part of seven years. Right? X plus years here in Chicago, and so now you cut him loose. You get $9 million on your cap back for 2021. You can play around with that. But now you've got a look at this market and figure out internally. How much time this Kevin Jenkins needs to become a starter for you. Can you find another cheaper veteran that can come in and be your week? One starter while you get Kevin Jenkins ready, right. And so maybe you've got a left tackle on the quarterback who aren't in your long term plans. You're basically building a bridge to these rookies that you expect to be part of the future. And so that's something they're gonna have to do it every position. They're gonna look up and down the roster and figure out how much money do we need? Where can we said some stuff? It's a tough break for Charles Leno to be let go in this fashion. But this is the business of the NFL and Bears are flipping the page, and now they've got to figure out what to do with that position. Did it surprise you to hear that Kevin Jenkins is going to be their left tackle? I think that Yeah, I am surprised because you talk to some people around the league, and there's some uncertainty on whether he has that capability. I think there's a lot of people that think he could be a salad, starting right tackle for you. For a long time didn't have a ton of experience that left tackle in college and now to roll. Those dice is is something you have to have great confidence in your coaching staff and want to steal to bring out the best of him, and I like Jenkins, you know, personality wise in terms of the skill says there's some things to work with here, and he's the type of guy that will take Hard coaching and constructive criticism, like one could steal offers in a positive way. And so just as important as Justin feels development will be the development of Kevin Jenkins here, But, yeah, there are legitimate questions on whether he can be an anchor. At left tackle, which is obviously very important to the development of your franchise quarterback who's starting a quarterback. I mean, Andy Dalton's Your Week. One starter. I will not change my mind on that until it's August, and I'm seeing things in practice with my eyes from Justin Field to say he's ready. The NFL level, but there is absolutely no reason to rush this. Matt has been clear that they have no intention of rushing this. You don't want to force a rookie quarterback under the stage before he's ready and put him to The negative experiences that don't necessarily catalyze his growth. And so this is why Andy don't must sign that. I told you guys when all that outrageous, bubbling up in March about Andy Dalton being the signing that they were going to take another swing at the position they were going to do so in the draft, and so it was going to be Andy Dalton's job to become his long of a bridge as you could possibly be. The Mike Glennon Bridge broke off. Four games into the season, and everybody crashed into the for the lake below it and they need him to be capable of going much longer than that. Even a field sort of accelerate the timeline. It says. I got it from here. You know, when we two weeks three, you know, you know, I think this goes in the October before we even start having the conversation about Justin Fields being the starter. And then we'll see where it goes from there. It didn't Aziz, you zoom out and you look at how things unfolded. Why do you believe Justin Fields was available at that time? Why do you believe that? Shanahan decided. Trey Lance was the better choice for the San Francisco 40 Niners. Why was he available? These are all fascinating conversations, and they deserve a deep dive in the months ahead, because, really, you know, on draft night, I think it was fascinating for us all the follow this and you say, OK, Shanahan goes with Trey Lancer number three. What's Atlanta going to do? If Atlanta decides that Justin Fields is their quarterback of the future? We're having a totally different conversation in Chicago this week. And for the foreseeable future, Then you get to that 789 sweet spot on the draft board where he had. You know the Panthers and the Broncos in the Lion's always quarterback answers with a question mark behind him on the roster, but but still capable of pulling the trigger there, and they all decided that they weren't gonna go with Justin Fields and they were going to go in a different direction. Look, there's questions about Justin feels he's He's Ah, complete quarterback, but there are things That you wonder about right? Can he get through his progressions fast enough. It's not an attitude thing. It's an efficiency thing. Can you get through the reeds fast enough to get there? Can you handle pressure on a consistent basis? I've heard from people around the league that they look, he's going to need to clean up his footwork to be in sync with the timing that the NFL passing game Demands of you. And so those are all things that you've got A look in them. The Bears don't have to ask the questions on why he was available. They were just lucky enough that he was available and they could pounce on him. I'm gonna get to Ohio State prospects here just for some perspective on the evolution of this NFL game, the first prospect 63 £235 ran a 40 yard dash of 4.49 seconds at his combine. The second one is 632 27 ran a 444 in the 40 at his pro day. I think he's just yes and fields whose prospect day The second one is just it feels Prospect a from this year. No, because yeah, because that was at the combine. So are you going to tell me it's the kid who Washington drafted? I'm gonna tell you, Eddie George, And so when I tell you that your interest in me that you see that you're starting quarterback or your future quarterback here comes in the same size. Basically the same speed as Eddie George and control the football like he can throw the football. You understand why people are excited. And why either open in terms of the plane making capability and all the different things you can get out of this kid..

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"��9 million" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"��9 million" Discussed on WTOP

"Hospital. Wt opinions. Time for 15. How did Wall Street do? Jeff s and P 500 Index Mr. Record by this much down just a point by the clothes Money News in 10 Minutes on wtlv Sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Let's go to day Preston Capitals won't have Alex Ovechkin or defenseman Justin Shults on the ice for tonight's game, with the New York Islanders, both dealing with lower body injuries. Caps are averaging 4.5 goals during this stretch, where Coach Peter Laviolette's team has won six of eight. Think we're in the offensive zone a lot more. So that's that's the first thing you want to play. Good defense. Don't play it like it in the offensive zone, so remember back a couple weeks ago. No. We're talking about just the neutral zone and how we weren't making good decisions. Tonight. The first game of capital Want to redo this year to be played in front of fans. V Tech fatter check and goal. Seven PM Start on 1500 AM Baseball Nationals will have trade Turner leading off this evening when they battle the Blue Jays that their spring training facility in Florida the shortstop, hitting 3 75 with two homers in that spot. He's under 2, 30, batting 2nd and 3rd so far this year, Max sure is there on the mound for the seven Oh, seven start NFL multiple reports of Washington, working out a trade with Miami for guard Eric Flowers, who played for the Burgundy and gold in 2019. He sent a three year contract with the DOD. Orphans. Last March, a Miami will reportedly swap seventh rounders with Washington and the Dolphins will pay six of flowers, $9 million salary and 2021 Horse racing's Kentucky Derby draw gives Favorite Essential quality. The 14th Post known agenda starts on the rail. I'm still debating between Doris for Saturday. Dave Preston Wtlv Sports. Thank you, Dave. I hope you choose the right one. Choose wisely for 17. Bring is the perfect time to remodel your kitchen and.

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Anzu's Plan to Evolve In-Game Advertising with CEO Itamar Benedy

Esports Network Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Anzu's Plan to Evolve In-Game Advertising with CEO Itamar Benedy

"Any of these Sports networks other properties on this episode of the E Sports Network podcast for bringing back a gasp from about a year ago wage a little more bonetti. He's the co-founder and CEO of on zoo in a more. Welcome back to the Shelf. Hey meets great to be here tomorrow is on the show back in February of 2020 where we discussed the growth of in-game advertising age people who miss that show or too many of our new listeners since then on to his a platform that makes it easier for braids to get into video game worlds and for developers to open up more potential White spaces in their games for Grants Pass. I'll do is work with Publishers like Ubisoft at lide Castle to deliver Brayden moments for major. It's like Samsung Pepsi American Eagle and many more Esports. We've seen it gave ads take Auto larger role especially patiently League of Legends open up space in summoner's Rift and it was filled by MasterCard an Alienware among other partners and just this morning as a record this on Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 rocket League announced that Ford is going to take over there it gave Billboards for the upcoming which are major on zoo also had a big adults with this what the platform recently raised nine million dollars in additional capital in around Kool-Aid buyback Fetchers and hbse Ventures. There is participation by plenty more investors, of course, including Mark Merrill, one of the two founders of Riot games, this follows two other funny raises of three and five million. So in Mark Gratz of the race, first of all, what are the plans for this capital? Yeah, thank you Mitch. So as you said we raised 9 million dollars beatcraft is one of our previous investors are still leading gaming Esports v c. B c is a new VC which comes from the sport world and a lot of touchpoints around gaming and then other investors are wpp the biggest advertising group in the world, which is also like in the existing investor and Sony Innovation fund, you know, Sony is one of the biggest gaming groups in the world and the owner of PlayStation. So that's a privilege to have them on board Mark Romero the founder and chairman of road games on League of Legends. As you mentioned didn't call ins the founder and CEO of super awesome that recently got acquired by epic games and the Chicago Cubs. Yeah, the baseball team go Ventures and gainesville's and illumine Adventures. So a very crowded and exciting structure of invest investors to have on board. I'm a Cardinals fan so we'll let the dog So invested things slide, I guess but grats on all the different people who came together you mentioned before we started recording you were in the position that every founder kind of hopes. They find themselves in which is we have a few people. We have a different options for Capital so we can pick the people that make the most strategic sense for us going forward. What did you find from the mobile the different investors? What were you looking for? Especially as guiding parts of the company to push it Forward? Sure. So I mean, you know what this round was not about it was not about as fast as we could have fine as it like very very fast as what it was about bringing the best structure. Number one number two, it was about, you know to maximize shareholder value. We could raise almost double the amount but we didn't want to make sense. This is the amount of cash we need for next stage Rose and then in the future if it's a year from now or two years from now we can do another round off. For that makes sense. So we were not looking at at you know, these things it was more about we have a lot of confidence in him. Advertising is going to become a major business model for game divorce across all platforms, through PC Mobile and an important ads category four Brands media agencies and the ESPYs and and the question is how fast can that happen or more sneaking about big Brands big Publishers not easy companies to convince them to do something new. So when we meet partners that can help us to make this happen faster than wages. Are we get excited one form to partner is again investment one is a strategic partnership and they can elaborate more of some of the Partnerships we have in place and some of them is people who join our team. So that was what was guiding us and looking at the different, you know buckets of we are investors came from there is some you know, some like VCS and financial institutions. There is advertising and groups. There is game. Groups and there is a sports organizations that have a lot of touch point in going to become an important overlap in my opinion the next two years. And of course there is like with the values that we want to group represents and communicate us companies gauges as the leading investor for equal opportunity and Which choice for us an important to him and announcement to basically said if the world that was how we were looking at it that's a great place to be at

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9 million small businesses fear they won't survive pandemic

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

9 million small businesses fear they won't survive pandemic

"About a quarter of Americans overall, do not intend to get vaccinated at all. Nine million small businesses in the U. S fear they won't survive another year of this pandemic. Without help from the government majority of businesses surveyed. Some 88% say sales have not returned to pre pandemic levels. Reporter Diane King Hall says the Fed survey finds 44% of small businesses are now

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EU: AstraZeneca to supply 9 million more vaccine doses

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

EU: AstraZeneca to supply 9 million more vaccine doses

"Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has agreed to supply nine million additional doses of his coronavirus vaccine to the European Union during the first quarter when you target of forty million doses by the end of March he's still in the hall what the British Swedish company had originally a mouthful before Samantha shortfall due to production problems triggering a spot between AstraZeneca and the E. U. last week European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said off recalled seven vaccine makers on Sunday that AstraZeneca will also begin deliveries a week sooner than scheduled and expand its manufacturing capacity in Europe the E. U.'s fall behind Britain and the US giving its population of four hundred fifty million vaccinated against the virus I'm Charles that as my

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India Confirms 9 Million Coronavirus Infections

NPR News Now

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

India Confirms 9 Million Coronavirus Infections

"India has surpassed nine million confirmed cases of coronavirus. We have details from. Pr's lauren freyre india's now the second country in the world to pass that nine million mark. The us crossed it last month and is now reported. Nearly twelve million total cases india had been where the virus was spreading fastest and it looked likely to overtake the us. As the most affected country but india's daily tallies have now been declining for weeks about forty six thousand new infections were confirmed friday compared to double that most days in

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US coronavirus cases surpass 9 million driven by 'silent epidemic' of asymptomatic infections

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

US coronavirus cases surpass 9 million driven by 'silent epidemic' of asymptomatic infections

"The latest surgeon cases appears to be driven by patients with no symptoms, according to CDC director Dr Robert Redfield. Ah, silent epidemic of a symptomatic covert 19 infections. Is moving among people ages 12 to 30 and then making the jump to older people.

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U.S. hits 9 million Covid-19 cases less than a week before Election Day

Brothers In Law with the Kapetan Bros

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. hits 9 million Covid-19 cases less than a week before Election Day

"In 19 cases, with infections rising in all the two states. In October, 29 states and Puerto Rico hit new highs for the number of cases while 10 states on you records for the number of daily deaths and Britain now with more than one million

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U.S. surpasses 9 million coronavirus cases

Watchdog on Wall Street

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. surpasses 9 million coronavirus cases

"Covert 19 cases, infections rising and all but two state in the month of October. 29 states in Puerto Rico hit new record highs for cases 22 states in Guam Sol record hospitalizations. And 10 states saw daily deaths higher than ever before the cease trouble, Rawls and in New York

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Trump downplays pandemic on campaign trail as cases top 9 million

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Trump downplays pandemic on campaign trail as cases top 9 million

"The president today, touching on the rising number of covert cases and deaths around the country. More than 90,000 new cases were confirmed yesterday alone, according to The New York Times more than 1000 people died. It's the president's latest campaign phrase. You turn on the news. Covert, covert, covert, covert covered President Trump telling Michigan supporters. It's overblown. If you get it, you got to get better. And then you're going to be immune, and it's a whole thing and it goes away, Assistant Health Secretary Dr Brett Giroir says. That's not true for several 100,000. Americans. Hospitalizations in ICU Admissions don't LIE when those go up, That's that's really Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Now it's like so to

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US coronavirus cases close to 9 million

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:04 min | 1 year ago

US coronavirus cases close to 9 million

"Is closing in on nine million Total Corona virus cases, growing outbreaks or driving up hospitalizations in dozens of states, especially in the Midwest and West. Will stone reports nationwide cases up more than 40% from just two weeks ago. In the past week, Thie US added. More than half a million Corona virus case is the first time that's ever happened, according to the Cova tracking project. At least 16 States hit records in new cases this week, and hospitalizations went up about 12% from last week. Some of the largest increases were in Midwestern states, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio and in Texas. Marta Voshon skies with the Duke Margolis Center for Health policy. We are definitely entering a third wave, and this probably will be the largest one and perhaps the most long last date. That's because it's getting colder a time when respiratory viruses spike and more people will be traveling for the holidays. Daily case counts are now well above the summer and spring peaks. For NPR News. I'm will stone

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China to test entire city of 9 million amid new cases

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

China to test entire city of 9 million amid new cases

"Virus outbreak in China has authorities they're planning a wave of math testing officials in the eastern Chinese city of Qing DAO. They They intend to test its entire population of nine million people. Over the next five days this after nine cases of the Corona virus were recorded in an outbreak linked to a hospital. The pandemic began in China, but until these infections the country had gone two months without reporting any local transmissions. China previously ran a similar mass testing effort in Wu Han, where the virus first emerged. Simon Ellen Fox News, No holiday

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China to test entire city of 9 million amid new cases

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

China to test entire city of 9 million amid new cases

"The Chinese city of Qing DAO says its entire population of nine million people will be tested for covert 19 after a handful of new infections were discovered. Health officials say the testing program will be completed within five days. China correspondent Stephen McDonald reports from Beijing. The Chinese authorities now have a strategy of mass testing. Even when a new Corona virus cluster appears to be relatively minor this week in the coastal city of Qingdao, more than nine million residents will be checked after a dozen locally transmitted infections were found to have links to hospital treating covered patients who've arrived from overseas. Amongst those who've tested positive taxi driver and staff working of the Ching Doubt Chest hospital, which is now being locked down the apartment blocks of those who've been infected. Val's had been placed under restrictive

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Nearly 9 million Americans haven't received their stimulus checks

Eric Metaxas

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Nearly 9 million Americans haven't received their stimulus checks

"Million Americans were still without their stimulus checks seven months after the care Zack past that, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office. It's the third such report put out by the nonpartisan congressional watchdog known as the investigative arm of Congress. Examining the implementation of the cares act. Another pandemic relieve actions. Each report outlines steps for Congress in the Trump administration it take to improve the nation's response. While the Treasure Department and the Internal Revenue Service had tried to smooth out some of the flaws in the Stevens check program, the agency's still lack updated information how many eligible recipients have yet to receive these funds?

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9 million children could die in a decade unless world acts on pneumonia, leading agencies warn

UN News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

9 million children could die in a decade unless world acts on pneumonia, leading agencies warn

"Boosting efforts to fight. Pneumonia could avert nearly nine million child deaths. This decade from pneumonia and other major diseases is a new analysis is found ahead of the first ever global forum on childhood pneumonia taking place this week. According to a new model from Johns Hopkins University in the United States scaling-up pneumonia treatment and prevention services can save the lives of three point. Two million children under five that would create a so called ripple effect that would prevent five point seven seven million extra child deaths from other major childhood diseases at the same time if we're serious about saving the lives of children said UN Children's Fund Executive Director Henrietta four. We have to get serious about fighting pneumonia. The current corona virus outbreak shows this means improving timely detection and prevention. She added it. Pneumonia is the biggest single killer of children. Worldwide claiming the lives of eight hundred thousand last year or one child every thirty nine

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Philippines Vaccinating Over 9 Million Children Against Polio

The World

03:47 min | 2 years ago

Philippines Vaccinating Over 9 Million Children Against Polio

"Heidi Larson has been directly involved with the global campaign to eradicate polio she had the vaccine confidence project at the London school of tropical medicine she says the Philippines is experiencing something called vaccine derived polio it doesn't mean that when you take the vaccine you immediately get it but it's a live virus which sounds a bit complicated but it's very little of it so it doesn't make you sick but it goes right through you into the environment and if there's no protection in the environment that live virus can travel to somebody else and the cases that came up in the Philippines actually came from not process because they didn't have that protective cover that the vaccine allows when everybody gets it so let me get this straight Heidi you're saying for example a Filipino kid got vaccinated with this live polio vaccine and then I don't know urinated and that goes into the water stream and then other people drink that yes it's not through urination it's through ball and it gets into the water and starts to circulate and we've seen that happen in a few places and part of the reason that's happening is because we've eliminated so wild virus from most of the world so when it does circulate it becomes much more potent so you're basically saying the virus from the vaccine because this resurgence in the Philippines yes in addition there were low vaccine rates and meets mistrust begin with how did that start two thousand seventeen the country which has a very big burden as they call it of Dinky virus which is really bad fever and people call it bone breaking disease it's very painful it can kill children and it's transmitted by mosquitoes yes it's like malaria but it's interestingly transmitted at a different time of day that so because Brazil and the Philippines had some of the worst dangi and the world when there was a new vaccine available that could prevent it those were the two countries that really started to introduce that but a year later manufacturer who makes the vaccine sent out an announcement and said we've just learned that there is a small risk that this vaccine can create more severe tanky if you've never been exposed to thank you before so that created a panic in the population and that's that was not a rumor that is in fact true is that right that was true and that's another challenge with building vaccine confidence is that there are risks for vaccines there's risks in just about any medicine you take but this was a real risk and there are ways to manage it you just need to make sure that the people who get the vaccine have had some kind of exposure and that can just mean living in an area that has a lot of Dinky but they did stop the vaccination campaign and it really it really scared the public so now the government of the Philippines has is big vaccine drive going on this week it started how's it going do you see any problems so far it's going well and there's been a big investment in trust building and we've gone back and re surveyed and the population what he's thinking about vaccines do you think they're safe to think there are a factor do you think they are important and actually the confidence is starting to come back Heidi Larson has the vaccine confidence project at the London school of

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