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"20,000 doses" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"2.2% Case numbers went down in Massachusetts over the weekend. But in many other states they are spiking with Michigan near the top. ABC is Trevor All has news from that state's frontlines again battling the worst of a new coronavirus surge. It's break your hearts. We're exhausted emotionally. I see you, Nurse Kim stay sick, telling us Monday was the worst shift of her 15 year career was going room to room to room for all eight hours, and there was Nothing else that I could do You just wait and watch and hope that they make it through your shift healthcare workers on the front lines, saying the virus is spreading like wildfire. As more Americans become vaccinated. Health officials hope the nation is moving closer to herd immunity. CBS is Nancy Chen reports. There is now a new wrinkle in the plan, a shortage of the nation's on Lee single shot vaccine, the nation's supply. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine is forecast to plunge about 80. 5% contamination issues at a production plant in Baltimore for some 15 million doses to be tossed places such as California, Santa Clara County are already feeling the impact. Last week. We actually got a lot of Johnson and Johnson. He had no really 20,000 doses next week. We're only going to get 2300 doses. Easy Chin. CBS NEWS NEW York Illinois becomes the latest state on Monday to throw open its vaccination sites to everybody. 16 and older, a BCS Jesse Kirsch reports starting Monday. Illinois is making Anyone's 16 and older, eligible for getting their covert 19 vaccine. 16 and 17 Year olds remember, must get the Fizer.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"It's a once in a generation investment. In America the president is referring to this plan is being as ambitious and transformational as the interstate highway system or the space race, and it comes with a higher price tag than any government spending proposal ever plus the biggest tax hike in decades. Boxes. Peter Doocy, the man arrested for hate crimes for beating an Asian woman in New York City won't be back on the street anytime soon. Last night, a Manhattan court ordered Brandon Elliot held without bail. Prosecutors called the attack heinous and unprovoked. A key eyewitness in the George Floyd murder trial, told the jury yesterday he's still haunted by having alerted his store manager. Floyd used a counterfeit $20 bill to pay for a pack of cigarettes. I wouldn't just not took in the bill. Could have been avoided. Christopher Martin on the witness stand. Former police officer Derrick Show Van's on trial for murdering Floyd to charge He denies America's listening The Fox News Nine years serving. DFL Trending Now now on W B and w B a b dot com from the WB news Death time. Sharon Rairden Good morning, Texas House gave final passage yesterday to six bills aimed at preventing last month's widespread and deadly power outages from ever happening again. The votes come just days after the state Senate passed its own legislation. SP three Under HOUSE Bill 11, the Public Utility commission would be required to mandate winterizing power plants and electricity providers and enforce it. It would also issue fines of up to $1 million per day against company said. Don't comply. The Texas Department of Public Safety, says Highway Patrol Trooper Chad Walker has died. He died yesterday following a shooting in the line of duty and Limestone County last Friday night. The 38 year old was stopping to assist a driver near Mahir when he was shot multiple times. The suspect, D. Arthur Pence and ran off after the shooting and later killed himself. The mega vaccination cited Fairpark celebrated a huge milestone yesterday. 250,000 doses so far have been shot in the arms of the hub shot number 250,000 was given to a 20 year old college student named Quincy. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says next week. The site is set to receive more than 20,000 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine from its theme of partners. He hopes to share pass more than 300,000. Total doses administered. By the end of next week, and former FM you and Arkansas head coach Chad Morris is coming back to Texas High School Football. Alan I s D. Made the announcement yesterday. Morris says he's excited and looking forward to taking over the Alan Eagles football program. Morris coached Texas high School football from 1994 to 2009 before serving as an assistant coach at Tulsa and Clemson..
"20,000 doses" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"First on scene. Police and firefighters lined the road as they watched a procession take his body to a funeral home boxes. Jeff Paul in Boulder America's listening to Fox News You from the access Wi you win. Hardy Chevrolet newsroom. I'm B. J. Williams the state opening up vaccine eligibility today toe all adults over the age of 16. And now there's an emphasis on getting shots into the arms of college students. CNN's Rob Stadler has the story University system of Georgia says it's working to supply additional doses of the cove in 19 vaccine to all 26 of its schools. Officials say they Before closely with the Department of Public Health and the governor's office to keep campus is healthy and safe. Institutions have already received more than 20,000 doses, which are being given to eligible students, faculty and staff. As of today, all adult Georgians are eligible to receive the Corona virus vaccine, which opens the door for over 330,000 students who attend the USG University or college. Georgia unemployment. George's unemployment rate continues to decline The statewide report for February issued this morning and shows the jobless rate it 4.8%, which is down 3/10 of a point from January. Labor Commissioner Mark Butler says businesses are beginning to open up jobs at a pretty good pace. Gas prices steadily rising in Georgia. People seem to think it's because of the Biden administration. Zach Wall with Mansfield Energy Corporation of Gainesville, says that thoughts not completely untrue. But he also says gas prices were really more impacted by market traders. Traders may project that the price of fuel is going to rise in the future, given you know the Bible administration's new agenda, Wall says the price of crude oil is the largest driving factor behind an increase in gas prices. Nursing students. Hospital person Now local emergency crews and law enforcement work together yesterday to create a realistic disaster scenario at the Piedmont College campus in de Marist. He might college assistant vice president for facilities and SF facilities. Management and safety Fred Bucher said they did a media briefing for Piedmont's media.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Under the Gold dome and the past several hours. All of that just ahead So far this morning, no issues on our roads on Caleb Hudgens, I'll have another look at traffic. The news and weather. Our biggest threat may be briefly gusty winds, especially later tonight and locally heavy rainfall that's all coming up mornings on Main Street with Bill Main Good Thursday morning to everyone. Georgia voters now set to cast ballots on an amendment to Georgia's constitution, which would suspend pay to state officials who are being indicted. Nobody wins Austin Eller explain. According to a report from The Associated Press. Georgia Statehouse voted 169 to 0 Tuesday for Senate resolution 134 a constitutional amendment on the issue. The Senate had previously passed the amendment. The state constitution currently allows statewide elected officials to be suspended from office after being indicted for a felony. However, the current law does not stop pay to an indicted official until they're convicted. The amendment will be on the ballot statewide in 2022, Georgia, may raise the age for filing adult criminal charges against moped most people from 17 to 18, but it is likely to happen a year later than some had hoped. Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee voting to pass House Bill 2 72, and that sends it on to the Senate for more debate, committee members amended the bill to make it effective starting 2023 instead of next year. The committee agreed to the delay after law enforcement agencies and the Department of Juvenile Justice warned that they needed more money to transport house and rehabilitate 17 year olds. Georgia is one of the last three states that charges all 17 year olds as adults. Wdun news time. 604 32 year old Holly Fox Strickland of Oakwood was murdered seven years ago, and her family is still looking for answers. Derek Booth with the whole county Sheriff's office, says investigators are taking time now to revisit her case Investigators. They're basically going back through the case file and re examining it and also planning to conduct follow up interviews with everyone surrounding Miss Strickland and hopes of finding any new detail investigators asking anybody who has information to give them a call. With the state opening up vaccine eligibility today, toe all adults in shorter, there's now some emphasis on getting shots into the arms of college students. GNN is Rob stabbed her with that side of the story. University system of Georgia says it's working to supply additional doses of the cove in 19 vaccine to all 26 of its schools. Officials say they've worked closely with the Department of Public Health and the governor's office to keep campus is healthy and safe Institutions. Have already received more than 20,000 doses, which you're being given to eligible students, faculty and staff. As of today, all adult Georgians are eligible to receive the Corona virus vaccine, which opens the door for over 330,000 students who attend the USG University or college city of Atlanta, starting to relax and pandemic restrictions that may be of interest to those of you who traveled to Atlanta for special events. Mayor Keisha Lands bottom, saying after May 15th large outdoor gatherings like festivals can be held, but she wants to cap attendance at 2000. Atlanta also reinstalling basketball hoops that it removed from wreck facilities last year in the name of social distancing. What looks like a major tragedy on the Piedmont College campus and generous yesterday was actually a practice scenario for nursing students and local emergency personnel. The annual disaster drill this year depicted what the campus would look like if a deadly tornado had touched down overwhelming the initial people that arrive on the scene, you know you've got an engine company enamel set arrives and.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on KOMO
"East side, Just mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers in downtown Seattle right now, and the temperature is 38 degrees. Come on news time. 5 37. Later today, we should have new numbers in the States Corona virus outbreak and the Health Department didn't update yesterday because of the holiday. Here's where things stand. Our state has more than 328,000 cases. More than 4600 people have died from covert 19 and more than 18,000 have been hospitalized effort has been launched in this state to make sure that black brown and multicultural communities were able to get the cove it vaccine on an equal basis with everyone else. Here's Governor Jay Inslee were the six because there's 1.7 million people who are eligible for the vaccine. We're getting about 180 15 or 20,000 doses a week. That's why we're bringing this difficult situation. Governor Jay Anjali continues to be blunt. The state's vaccine rollout has been pinched by a shortage of supply and those pinched hardest communities of color. Now is the time to address these inequities. Lillian Ballesteros, director of the Latino Community Fund. Joined state lawmakers in community partners and launching an equity fund to address transportation, technological and language barriers that have disproportionately made it harder for communities of color to even access a shot. We have to provide people real access and meaningful way. Patrick Quinn come on. There's school districts across the state are planning their next steps for reopening classrooms and the Centers for Disease Control is now laying out federal guidelines. Get the update from Kemal's Jonathan Show. Bottom line. The state teacher's union says these air just guidelines and not laws or requirements. So they say. Ultimately, each school district will make the final call. Now. These new and latest CDC recommendations are the first federal guidelines that say how elementary middle school and high schools could even Reopened in areas with high rates of viral transmission if certain precautions are taken, particularly universal mask Wearing and social distancing, the state's teacher's union says the priority is still making sure Each district has the resource is and funding to get things like air filtration systems. P pes on vaccinations. It's 5 39 just a minute away from a coma. Sports update Call 1888 farmers to.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Says that despite receiving a negative Corona virus test He would quarantine after a family member adjusted positive for covert 19, Murphy said in a breathing that he was canceling all in person events. Meanwhile, the governor spoke in a virtual roundtable on vaccine safety and access in New Jersey's black communities. This is not news. We know that this virus has had an outsized impact on our black and brown to injuries and communities by the way, with a big overlap that have been historically under resourced. Especially as it relates to medical and health care. Murphy also says New Jersey expects to get a new batch of vaccine doses. Today and tomorrow, CVS will get almost 20,000 doses and Rite Aid will get about 7500 doses across the state. New Corona virus vaccination sites continue to open up in New York City. The New York Mets home Citi Field yesterday became the latest site to offer covert 19 vaccinations. It's following in the steps of Yankee Stadium, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says he visited Citi Field yesterday. This site being run by our health and hospitals team. This. I can do 5000 vaccinations a day 35,000 vaccinations a week 24 7. But we need the supply. The lack of vaccines means on Lee, A few 100 people a day will initially be able to get a few shots at the ballpark. The Citi Field hub will reserve people for taxi drivers, Food service workers, another vaccine eligible residents of Queens. The Trump Administration deliberately harnessed racism and class animosity to push policies that caused hundreds of thousands of U. S deaths. That's according to a scathing new report in the British medical journal. The Lancet. The 33 scientists who go on through. The article estimated that rollbacks of environmental and birthplace protections lead to 22,000 excess deaths. In 2019 alone, President Biden is ordering economic sanctions on the military leaders directing the military coup in Myanmar. Myanmar, also known as Burma, is facing severe U. S sanctions until the government releases the military coup captured detainees. We're freezing US assets that benefit the Burmese government, while maintaining our support for healthcare, civil society groups and other is that benefit.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"There's no time limit. There's no statute of limitations. That would mean that the new precedent set is that next time Republicans were in power they could reach back and impeach a former Democratic President. America is listening to Fox Keys. This report is sponsored by direct Otto Staying Connected Continues with 1061 FM Talk Corona virus Vaccines are beginning to arrive in the state at a slower pace cow. Wilson has the details in the triangle. Specifically, it's a lot slower, you and C health initially expected to receive 20,000 doses of the Corona virus vaccine this week. Instead, they'll get less than half of that amount. Wake County officials reported similar situation. They're getting just one box. Vaccines this week 975 doses less than a quarter of the requested amount. Both organizations say they're working hard to avoid having to cancel any appointments to do so. They're further limiting sign ups. Also, a lack of available doses to be administered, has caused code health to pause its Corona virus vaccination effort at the Greensboro Coliseum. After today, the hospital had to cancel more than 10,000 scheduled appointments because it lacked enough free vaccines. Gas prices have been rising nationally, and the increase has also been recognized Locally. WLOS reports that gas buddies Daily survey of 259 stations in the astral area has seen a bump of 2.1 cents per gallon in the past week, with an average cost of $2.28 per gallon today, not only that prices have jumped by 21.2 cents per gallon over the last month, but there's still 20 cents cheaper than a year ago at this time gas, But he says the lowest price He's in the state today is $1.99 per gallon, with the highest being $3.9 and indoor dining capacity may be increasing soon, and Bunkum County Commission Chairman Brownie Newman was expected to receive a briefing from health officials today. The county's current capacity is at 30%. While the state's dining rule is 50% Newman has said a capacity rise will be allowed of covert 19 hospitalizations. Either Stabilizer dropped, which has been the case. Mitch Evans from.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Shuttered. So what better way to use this based on provide the space to the health Department. Mark Pfister, executive director of the Lake County Health Department, telling ABC seven will be able to extend our hours both from the morning to the evening. Was long as we have vaccinators. We could get a lot more people through in a more timely manner. If we have a vaccine supply so far in Lake County, they've already administered nearly 20,000 doses. Residents can register for the vaccine on the county's All Vax website. Nick Gale 8 90 wls near seems to be no end to the number of Carjackings in the city of Chicago, Erin Global, telling ABC seven She was victimized recently in Bucktown, obviously playing out in my head that it could have been so much worse here in talking about what she went through a car pulls up really quickly behind me. Two young men like teenagers came out either door. I tried, You know, I was trying to lock the door and start the car and get away all of the same time. Now there are Carjackings happening in the suburbs. A man was whipped with a replica gun in Elmhurst and a woman was shot in Aurora recently. As there were Carjackings, a to least three of them in the Western suburbs and the city of Chicago. The violence continuing over the weekend, 24 people shot six of them. Were killed. Former Illinois House Speaker Michael Mad again is now apparently giving up his Springfield apartment and the Sun Times says that's leading to speculation that Madigan could resign. His Illinois House seat. Madigan's longtime spokesman, Steve Brown, confirms mad again is giving up the Springfield apartment. But he says that does not mean Madigan will resign as a state. Rep. Finally, he was thought of as a legend in the pro life movement..
"20,000 doses" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I'm Karen McCue. Colorado, California. Now Florida is reporting its first case of the mutated strain of covert 19 that was first diagnosed in Britain. But Florida Health Department tweeted Florida has evidence of the first identified case of the UK covert 19 variant in Martin County. The individual is a male in his twenties with no history of travel. The department is working with the CDC on this investigation. We encourage all to continue practicing. Over 19 Mitigation. Fox is Gillian Turner new laws in the New year, taking effect designed to police. The police states, including California, Delaware, Iowa, New York, Oregon and Utah. Passed bans on police choke holds. And in Georgia. Two new anti bias laws are now in effect, one imposing more penalties for hate crimes, while the other protects police from bias motivated acts of violence boxes. Laura Ingle America is listening to Fox News. Get the vaccine dashboard from the Alabama Department of Public Health shows more than 20,000 doses of the states. 128,000 dose allocations from Visor and Madonna have been administered trials are taking place on a Johnson and Johnson vaccine at U A B. Health leaders say this vaccine does not require two doses like the Visor and Madonna vaccines. That's the on Lee. Major trial so far that is studying a single dose vaccine. And you can imagine that would be huge. I mean, that would be a very, very nice thing to have on our menu of vaccination options. Dr Jean Morons hotels W B R C final results could come in a couple of weeks. The number of people filing first time unemployment claims has gone down in Alabama, just 5500 applying last week down 2000 from the previous week. NATIONAL JOBLESS numbers are also down. I mean, Gene Orval And this is Birmingham's news, traffic and weather station. NewsRadio 1055 W. E. R C From the ex. URGENT temporal Skinner. Thermometer Weathers This report is sponsored by Think it Up. Hey, Good morning..
"20,000 doses" Discussed on WSB-AM
"From overnight President Trump doesn't about face signing the week old bipartisan coronavirus relief bill Days after he said he would not political stand. Lippman says Trump was very reluctant, didn't like the money that was going to foreign countries. In the government spending package, even though that money had been proposed by his own administration. He was also concerned that the $600 was not enough the package it passed both houses of Congress with enough votes to override a veto. For Americans like Avon sees men. The president's delay in signing the bill has been a drain experience has been completely traumatizing. It's devastating and just devastate you mentally emotionally politically. Analyst Larry Sabato says the delay is inexplicable, especially when the bill was negotiated by Trump's own treasury secretary. The problem is he delayed so long that he has already cut off one week of the unemployment benefits that were included in the bill. The president also said he'd send the bill back to Congress to remove the budget items he deemed wasteful. Democratic lawmakers are already pushing for a new vote for $2000 stimulus checks. Some Republican lawmakers are joining them. WSB news time 603 with coronavirus case is continuing to rise. WSB is Bill Kaya. Geo reports live. More vaccine arrives in Georgia today. Yeah, Veronica, the state is expecting another 20,000 doses of the modern A vaccine. This is CVS and Walgreens. Prepare to give shots to nursing home residents in Georgia starting today, Ted Cheer neck who lives in Harbor Terrorists. Crabapple in Alpharetta, tells Channel two action news. He looks forward to getting the vaccine at all The other vaccinations. 92 pushing for 100. I need that for insurance. Almost 30,000. Georgians have already received the shot and are awaiting the second dose in a few weeks. Governor Kemp travels to an assisted living facility in Gainesville this morning to give an update on the effort to vaccinate residents of Georgia reporting live. Bill Chi Akio 95.5 WSB Covert 19 vaccines are rolling out throughout the U. S. But some rural areas without the needed cold storage or still waiting in the delay could have deadly consequences. Nearly 15%.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Technologies is standing by. Ready to help today at 1 800 busy dog keep moisture out and your basement drive for good call 1 800 Busy dog today We've got the fog around tonight some icy spots. Developed in Lidice. Temperatures fall back below freezing. We should stay roughly around the mid thirties. Downtown. Clouds break for some sun tomorrow. A little breezy temperatures near 40 patchy clouds tomorrow night of the upper twenties and then sunny to partly cloudy. On Wednesday, there will be a breeze. Temperatures not far from 40 Christmas Eve on Thursday cloudy, windy with wind gusts. In fact, 50 miles an hour of more possible nearly toast and we'll have temperatures into the fifties rain later in the day with the possibility of some flooding rains. Windy with rain in the morning, maybe changing over to some snow inland on Christmas, Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Yeah. Good afternoon. I've been Parker. Here are the five things you need to know. At 3 15. CBS is lending a hand The company to start rolling out Corona virus vaccines in early 2000 senior living facilities in Massachusetts after Christmas in the U. K a new strain of Corona virus, causing concern among health officials and more than two dozen countries that banned or restricted travel from the UK Massachusetts set to receive 100 20,000 doses of Mo Dervis Corona virus vaccine Today, lawmakers say roughly $900 billion in a stimulus package includes pandemic relief targeting housing stability as more and more people face eviction. Criminal charges in connection with the Pan Am flight bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988 at the Justice Department this morning. Attorney General Bill Bar.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"11 30 NewsRadio, 6 10 w Y o D taking a look right now at Doppler radar. Still calling for a slight chance of an isolated rain shower popping up this afternoon into this evening, right now we're looking at 82 Foca, also in Fort Lauderdale. Little Trickle of spotty rain shower activity down in Homestead Word 79 degrees at 11 02. After receiving the initial shipment of nearly 20,000 doses of the Corona virus Vaccine. Jackson Memorial Sharing a shipment actor's health is among Miami Dade facility starting the inoculation of their frontline health care workers. Today Memorial received their first shipment on Monday and over 500 Have already been administered. And starting today, residents of long term care facilities throughout Broward are receiving the dose of advisers covet 19 vaccine, including at John Knox Village, where 56 residents and 46 health care workers are getting inoculated at once Plaza nursing and rehab in Miami. They're scheduled to get their first dose sometime within the next week to 10 days. State officials have expressed some concerns about the availability of enough vaccine for the hundreds of thousands of nursing home residents say that the Madonna vaccine should help fill up the gap. Tom Cruise, taking the Corona virus pandemic very seriously. The actor shoot out the crew of Mission Impossible for not following Cove in 19 safety protocols. Audio of cruises, profanity ridden red against employees who broke the coronavirus rules was leaked to the Sun. The publication reports that crews flew into a rage after he saw two crew members standing less than 3 FT. Apart from each other at a computer screen. I don't ever want to see the dead ever. If you don't do it, you're fired. And I see you join together going. Anyone on this crew doesn't that's it?.
Emergency room nurse receives first COVID-19 vaccine in New Jersey
"The first person in New Jersey to receive a covert 19 vaccine outside of a clinical trial. Today, Marines have been equals works at University Hospital in Newark, and today is also her 56th birthday. She says Getting the vaccine was a great way to celebrate, especially since he's exposed to Cove it every day in her job. They don't want to have that risk to take it home to my own family to my own friends. Until my neighbors and people within my community so I am in lifted. I thank you, Father. God. For this moment, six hospitals in New Jersey are starting to dispense 56,000 doses of the Fizer buying tech vaccine. Nursing homes are receiving an additional 20,000 doses of the first shipment to more vaccine shipments are expected to New Jersey later this month. We're gonna hear a lot more about the rollout
"20,000 doses" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"There's a nurse's in Tampa Bay Governor Rhonda Satis watched nurse Vanessa Arroyo get the first of nearly 20,000 doses delivered to Tampa General Hospital Monday morning. They're getting enough vaccine here. Tampa General nearly 20,000 doses that they have far more than they would need for just that group of people, meaning doctors and nurses at other Tampa Bay area hospitals will soon get their shots. And next up after that patients in long term care facilities. Gordon Byrd News radio W F L, A A Pasco County assistant principal's been charged with drunk driving and drug possession after a crash on Kathleen Road in Polk County. 49 year old Ralph Stewart is accused of D U I, but also possessing marijuana gummies regular marijuana and narcotics. That's right, all illegal drugs. Do you carry those to school with you? Do you have them in your car when you're at school in an educational environment, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd says Stewart tried to talk deputies into letting him go after the traffic stop. Stuart is an assistant principal at Pasco High School. With 55 days to go before Super Bowl 55 Raymond James Stadium. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he's happy with the improvements that have been made at the stadium, saying there's no question it'll be ready. In a conference call with Tampa media, Goodell says no hard decisions have been made about how many fans will be allowed to view the game in person. I'm not sure there is a specific number. That we're confident, saying this is what it will be. We'll do our obviously our focus will be on keeping them safe. Whoever's there, Goodell says the safety of the fans will be a priority as planning goes forward Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news on Chris Trunk man. A leader on the right reaches out to the incoming leader on the left. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News the day after President elect Biden's win in the Electoral.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The weather is to be like they were. I was a child. We roll a disgraced agent tomorrow, Right? Hey, Jimmy. Good morning, some great weather here in South Florida. Maybe Little more overcast around and we saw yesterday But I said mild, still probably not a record trade records 86 thinking about 82 flaw in the low eighties Thursday in the low eighties, but not Friday. I think we'll back it down. Into the low seventies and you get a front through. There's any precept. I think it would be Thursday night, but it doesn't look like a bunch most seventies on Friday, with lows Friday morning may be back down in the mid fifties, but it doesn't look like any more 40 degree weather for the time being, Jimmy. It does look like that. We will cool down after that. See today tomorrow Thursday, three more days that will stay below. Maybe middle eighties. All right. Sounds good. Thanks. Very well. Talk to next time. I see that. That was good. Yep. Well, the vaccine roll up again yesterday around the country, You know, it was amazing about this. When you think about it. The trucks rolled into the centers across the country Exactly when they were supposed to roll in. Not only do they have the vaccines, but especially Created a basically solar suitcases. You know, with temperatures that with that held with dry ice minus 90 degrees or whatever it needed to be, and they rolled in and world to the locations right on time. Why Well because of our military military was in charge of this. Yeah, ups and FedEx help, but it was the military that ran this program. Not only was the vaccinations the vials, but it was, you know, everything else needed to provide syringes and, you know, swipes and wipes. And though the whole deal And right on time they were delivered. We had Lissy in South Florida. Some frontline health care workers at Memorial Regional Hospital received their first of two doses of the vaccine yesterday in Miramar current a lot men of vaccines, his fourth of frontline employees. Work in critical care areas in the emergency department for over our 2000 and physicians that make up the memorial family, and I know that both CVS and Walgreens will be administering the vaccine and nursing home and long term facilities. This is only right now for employees of the health care system, and I'm sure with the other manufacturers as they come out, they will also be delivery. It's Memorial Healthcare System President Oh really? Oh Fernandez. He expects about 50% of their medical staff to receive the vaccine, which is about 7000 doses. The remaining 13,000 doses will be shared with five other Broward County hospitals, including Cleveland Clinic. Broward General Medical Center today. Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami will receive its first shipment of approximately 20,000 doses of vaccine. No, no word well yesterday was rolled out on purpose this way. There was 145 locations yesterday over 600 locations today and another several 100 tomorrow across the country. This is what they had planned out. As far as the pandemic is concerned for the Department of Health yesterday announced 8400 and 52 new cases, along with another heart and 37 reported deaths. Statewide percentage of positive tests 8.34% Locally. Miami Dade County positivity Rate 9.12% in Broward 7.53%. State also saw an increase of more than stranded people in hospitals, but 4900 now Nationally. The covert tracking project reported that as a VSD more than 110,000 Americans were hospitalized due to the illness over 21,000 people earn ICUs across the country. The country also recorded another 1300 covert related deaths now These will. Eventually these vaccinations will eventually, as the doctor said, Well, get into you know local pharmacies, Walgreens and on the others that they're there, but they're doing it differently in other countries. I just was reading what Italy is doing, Manny they this is typical of Italian fashion. They hired a one of the most famous architect to design a building. Oh, you're kidding that could be carried across the country. And placed in small towns. In big cities. It's a you're like a tent. Was made with sustainable products that includes inside a bathroom bathroom's changing rooms and places for the vaccinations. Long storage facilities for the vaccinations. They don't have anything cells where they could have already done this. Well, not now. Not in the little villages where you get those little villages, Manny, you're not gonna see a lot. Have done it in churches or something. No. Sometimes they have to go to another little small village into a little bit bigger. You know things like that. These air sustainable. They are solar powered on they are collapsible. They're taking down and do something with him afterwards. I'm not sure what but they are actually Yeah, that's kind of cool. They're colorful. They put flowers on them. It's just kind of a thing like saying calm and please get vaccinated. More than anything. That's what it is. Have you seen anything that shows how many of their residents that in Italy, for example, they expect Are willing to get the vaccine vaccinated. I have not seen any of those numbers. I know that Italy past great Britain and death now, sadly. Um, they had another huge spike in the north. So you know it's it's an issue all over Europe, Germany, France, Italy, Great Britain, and so these vaccinations can't get there. Fast enough, but everybody's friendly. This is part of a program that they put together along with a public. Program to try and get people to go ahead and get vaccinated. And so these kind of colorful things they look open fun and like, you know, there's nothing scary here. In other words, right Go do it, so I don't know. We'll see if it worked. 7 16 men. He gets up the training for Jimmy. More Republicans acknowledging reality. Joe Biden is the president elect after the Electoral College confirmed his win, Tennessee's Lamar Alexander said quote the presidential election is over, said he hopes President Trump will now put the country first and help president like Biden get off to a good start. Ohio's Rob Portman, echoing that, along with South Dakota's John Thune, Missouri's Rob Roy blunt West Virginia, Shelley Moore, Capito and others. But of course not. Everyone in the GOP is ready to take that step. Read what some others they're saying Despite the Electoral College vote on the front page of wwd dot com All right. Thanks. Bye. We're going to talk to Dr Brand Mulligan about the rollout of the vaccine, and I'm any colleagues. Uh, she thinks they'll be taking this and how it's all going So Florence, South Florida very early days. This is just a memorial. Out systems in Broward. Now, today you're coming to Miami Dade County. We'll talk about it straight ahead at 7 22 of Dr Deborah and Mulligan. You traffic in 7 20 a news radio 6 10 w y o d you wanted to see, Miss? Wouldn't have you been hearing about the new government modernization efforts. Ai Arpaio's data science. Things are changing at this agency and people will need new skills. I'd like you to get some training. Look at this management Concepts catalog. Wow over 275 courses. That's right, and local classrooms or instructor let online classes. We still have budget in this fiscal year. So sign up online. Advance your career with courses from management concepts. Get a catalog of management concepts dot com or call 833578 84 66 Looking for a great gift for the special someone on your Christmas list who loves to make a difference in the world. 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"20,000 doses" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To Clearwater by tomorrow morning 100,000 doses of the Fizer Corona virus vaccine should be in Florida. 20,000 arrived at a Tampa Bay area hospital today. Tampa General Hospital president John Chorus praised the federal and state efforts that led to the doses that arrived. This is 20,000 doses of hope. This is the beginning to the end, the state announced more than 130 new covert 19 deaths today, pushing the resident death toll over 20,000. Another 268 non Florida residents have also died in the state. Florida also added more than 8400 new cases, putting the daily positivity rate at 8.3%, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is being accused of damaging her office after she joined the Texas lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results. Ah, South Florida Sun Sentinel columnist says that criticism is outlined in a letter to Moody from former Florida Supreme Court chief Justice Charles Wells, saying the eggy has an ethical obligation. Not to join in frivolous, meritless litigation. The U. S. Supreme Court rejected the lawsuit Friday. The National Football League is giving a thumbs up to Raymond James Stadium and the city of Tampa ahead of Super Bowl 55. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sounded very happy with the renovations that have been made of the stadium, said. There's no question it will be a great stage for the game. Goodell attended Sunday's Vikings Bucks game and said the game day experience was very positive work incredibly well, Everyone look comfortable, happy safe people wearing I just thought it was incredibly well done. However, Goodell says no decisions have yet been made on exactly how many fans will be allowed to see the game in person. I'm Reid Shepherd. The Heat tip off their preseason tonight hosting the New Orleans Pelicans. Miami will then play the Raptor Friday in Tampa to close out its brief to came exhibition schedule with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Reid Shepherd our top story at six o'clock across the country. The Electoral College meant today to confirm Joe Biden as the nation's 46th president in Florida. The vote took place in the state Senate chamber in Tallahassee. Secretary of State Laura Lee says it was just a very straightforward process heard from multiple electors who say they're not expecting any quote, shenanigans or drama here in the state of Florida there are expecting all of the 29 electors here to vote for President Donald Trump. And within the last few minutes, Biden was confirmed with more than 300 electoral votes well over the 270 needed to win the presidency. First doses of the covert 19 vaccine they're going in the arms of frontline doctors and nurses in Florida Governor Rhonda Cetus watched nurse Vanessa Arroyo get the first of nearly 20,000 doses delivered to Tampa General Hospital Monday morning. They're getting enough vaccine here. Tampa General nearly 20,000 doses They have far more than they would need for just that group of people meaning doctors and nurses that other Tampa Bay area hospitals will soon get their shots and next up after that patients in long term care facilities. Gordon Byrd News radio W F L A. With 55 days to go before Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he's very happy with the improvements that have been made at the stadium. Saying there's no question it will be ready and will be a great stage for the game. However, he says no hard decisions have been made yet about how many fans will be allowed to view the game in person. Not sure there is a specific number that We're confident, saying this is what it will be. We'll do our obviously our focus will be on keeping them safe. Whoever's there, Goodell says the safety of the fans will be a priority as planning for Super Bowl 55 goes forward. I'm Reid Shepherd News, radio W F L A Is it? The Fox News alert. Another White House, Shaka Finally. Scylla. CERA President Trump Tweeting. Attorney.
"20,000 doses" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Our top story at four o'clock across the country. The Electoral College is meeting today to confirm Joe Biden is the 46th president in Florida. The vote took place in the state Senate chamber in Tallahassee. Secretary of State Laura Lee says was very straightforward Process I have heard from multiple electors who say they're not expecting any quote, shenanigans or drama here in the state of Florida there are expecting all of the 29 electors here to vote for President Donald Trump. Biden will be confirmed, however, with 306 electoral votes well over the 270 needed to win the White House. First doses of the covert 19 vaccine are going in the arms of frontline doctors and nurses in Florida Governor Ron to set his watch to nurse Vanessa Arroyo get the first of nearly 20,000 doses delivered to Tampa General Hospital Monday morning. They're getting enough vaccine here. Tampa General nearly 20,000 doses They have far more than they would need for just that group of people meaning doctors and nurses at other Tampa Bay area hospitals will soon get their shots and next up after that patients in long term care facilities. Gordon Byrd News Radio W. F L A and assistant principal of Pasco High School in Dade City, is looking at his second dy and less than two months following a crash in Lakeland last night. Well, County Sheriff's Office says Ralph Stewart of Plant City was also in possession of more than 20 G of marijuana. At the time, deputies say Stewart was out on bond from a previous DY. His license was suspended in mid October, is behind bars in Polk County on a wide range of drug charges. No one was hurt in that crash. Six hour standoff ends peacefully overnight and her Nando County Sheriff's Office says it started at a home in Spring Hill when a man got into an argument with his mother. Standoff finally came to a peaceful land around 12 30 this morning. I'm Reid Shepherd News, radio. W F L A This is a Bloomberg money. Minute rally on Wall Street, sparked by the vaccine rollout began to fade as no major progress was reported in the stimulus talks and fresh lockdowns went into effect from New York to London. As we head for the closing bell, the Dow was down 107 points, a third of a percent. The S and P is down 1/5 of a percent while the NASDAQ's up 1070.7%. Most tech giants are higher but not Google parent alphabet. This after Google suffered a brief but massive outage affecting Gmail, YouTube and other services. Gamestop shares lost more than 3% after chaos at stores that were unprepared for a flood of gamers looking for the latest consoles, the PlayStation five and X Box series X Employees, telling Bloomberg they got little notice before game stops suddenly announced a new supply would be available. NBC Universal has confirmed that it's putting the hit show the office behind a pay wall when it comes to Peacock next month. Mona Rivera Bloomberg Radio. At least the Brady Fox News.