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WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"ah hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"From Boston for maybe 10 minutes should take exit one and it literally. Lead you right on to the Boulevard Rockingham Park Boulevard. And there you are. You and I had a chance to make some bullet days A from scratch. And it's so much fun cooking with you. But what made it even more special? Is that your marketplace? There is just amazing space and you're a but you're actually joined with a brand new Williams cinema, So it's kind of a natural it is. It's a culinary destination. You know, we, uh, we have a beautiful partnership with Williams Sonoma that we have enjoyed for many years. We produced products for them gift gift baskets and pasta and bread and all those types of things and, you know, probably three years ago, we started talking about this this, you know, larger culinary destination where we would have a custom market and the Williams cinema kind of in the same building and they would be they would be kind of anchored together with a cooking school in the middle of it finally came to fruition. In this new tested market, Williamson Oma building and you and I cooked in the middle of that cooking school, and it was awesome, wasn't it? Yeah, And you're gonna be doing a lot of that in the future, right? Cooking classes. Things of that nature. We're doing cooking classes after Memorial Day will be doing cooking classes every day. We have all kinds of celebrity chefs lined up and you're gonna have concerts, right? We have a summer concert series. It's happening all summer. We have a stage. It's actually going in as we speak with its. We've got these beautiful festoon lights all over the place. Fire pits with Adirondack chairs were doing, you know a big fireworks display on Saturday night for Memorial Day weekend. We're also doing a beautiful Fourth of July fireworks display. I mean, really large. Fireworks display over the lake s so people could just come and, you know, stay the afternoon the evening. Enjoy yourself and just, you know, enjoy what we've built. Imagine Joe, if you've got young Children, and you want to get some shopping done, right, because you've got a super market basket there as well, eh? So you want to get some food shopping done. You want to go out by some stuff? Maybe some clothes, you know, And I know there's an art house furniture. You want to look at some furniture? Ah, Pottery Barn is there as well And then there's a lake so the kids can't complain. Because you bring the kids in the L. L. Bean. They have some fun there and then they go out and have some fun on the man made Lake. You know, l L Bean is great. With all of their outdoor education, Syria's We also partnered up with them. And the state of New Hampshire GS to create this, this kind of live living aquifer while we have you know there's fish going in the lake. We've just kind of finished it right now. So it needs a little time for the aquatic plants to grow in the bottom of the lake and Bass and trout going in there, and we'll be fly fishing. God, it's like a science project. You've got going on that. You're like a marine biologist now on top of everything else on you know what else is cool, Joe? You're my only friend that basically owns Ah Hospital and the hotel. You haven't even mentioned the hotel that you're breaking ground with, right? So if we are distant hotel is a marry an autograph flag property owned by Tuscan brands. We've been working on this for three years and we broke ground this month is a giant hole. For those that come, you'll see it on the other side of the of the beer garden. And that is 165 room hotels again, a very kind of epicure Ian destination very kind of culinary influenced. We are artisans. That's why we named it. The artist in Hotel is a wedding venue in the hotel as well. That's right on the lake. It's beautiful. You could do outdoor weddings. We have ball up ball room as well. Or convention convention events and things of that nature will social and business on were very, you know, very outdoor centric, very kind of covert, friendly in terms of all this, you know, outdoor programming that we're doing. On people have really people have really enjoyed it. And we're excited for that next phase. And that open, Um starting at the end of 2022 into spring of 23, we have another two city blocks coming out of the ground as well. Two city blocks. So court. Yeah, I would say book Your wedding's now because those things are really fast. And you know what, Joe? We haven't even touched on this. I've only got about a minute left. But One of the biggest stories that comes from Tuscan village up there in Salem, New Hampshire. Think about all of the properties and the vendors you just mentioned. That means a lot of people are being put to work, right? Yeah, we're probably gonna create somewhere in the neighborhood of about 6000 jobs all in and maybe even a bit more. You know, it's we've been doing this for a long time. We have 1000 employees now you know, we way pushed through Covas difficulties. Itwas we really didn't close any of our locations. We didn't hibernate. We just, You know, we made the conscious decision that these families rely on us, and we kept it going, But we're creating a lot more jobs. I mean, Mass. General Brigham is building an amazing surgical center here where they're doing everything from primary care to imaging. Two surgeries. You know those air those of great jobs and there and you know, and they're looking at Expanding their reaches well, so it's very, very exciting right now. All right, so so many reasons to get up there to Tuscan village in Salem, New Hampshire, Keep in mind the grand opening. It is the grand opening right Joe Memorial Day weekend. That is correct. There is the Grand opening Memorial Day weekend will be cutting the ribbon with my pal and your pal Governor Chris and the new album. It's Saturday morning, and we're gonna cut that ribbon. We have a big five K plan. I think we have, like 5 600 people running that race, and then we have events all day long. So we have the you know stuff going on in Lake Park we have, you know, all of our all of our retailers will be outdoor, showing what they what they have in their stores. And it's a fireworks concerts. Everything, Joe Good. See you, buddy. Good to talk to you. Thank you, Billy. God bless you. All right. We've got to take a break. And when we do, we'll go from the man made Lake in New Hampshire to Boston's waterfront and the fabulous yacht haven in. We'll be right back. 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"ah hospital" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"In this case, L, a county taxpayers as well a state taxpayers and through Medicaid and Medicare, federal taxpayers. None of this money, though, adds up to anything close to what private insurance pays for people's care. It's a disparity and pay that has been growing for the past two decades. And then this past year, a whole new world of problems came to the safety nets doors. She was found to be called the positive. He was found to be covered, positive, positive. Colby Cupid's Cove, it disproportionately affected low income and disadvantaged communities, People of color and the working poor. Spielberg says. That's all the people safety Net hospitals are most likely to serve. Our costs went way up and then revenue went down now, unlike a private hospital, we don't make money. From our oars. Medicaid and Medicare. Do not reimburse at a level at which you can say if I do more things, I'm going to make more money. It's just simple math. A 2018 study by the Rand Corporation found that for every dollar Medicare pays hospitals First service private insurance gives them almost 2 50. For the exact same service. Medicaid pays even less, and those government dollars don't cover the hospital's actual costs. The 2 50, on the other hand, covers things quite well. The result is that over the past 20 years for profit, and even some nonprofit hospitals have leverage the 2 50 into some of the largest profits the industry has ever seen. Average safety Net hospital has wound up in the red or barely making ends meet. I think we're on the precipice, Bruce Siegel leads a group representing the country's safety net hospitals called America's essential hospitals even before the pandemic. Many of these hostiles were losing money. The pandemic is only gonna make that worse. It's been a terrible year. In the first half of 2020, all hospitals were in a panic. There was a nationwide crush to secure PP and staff for Koven wards. Elective surgeries, long a moneymaker for hospitals were shut down across the country. But then something curious started to happen. Some wealthy hospitals didn't seem to be faring so badly. For one thing, the federal government decided to send out the 1st $46 billion in relief money based on how much revenue Ah hospital was losing, which had the result of sending lots of federal money to wealthy hospitals. Well. The hospital's also had a lot of financial options at their disposal. G buys an associate professor of accounting at Johns Hopkins carry business school they had taken proactive action before covert hit. This house. For those start head, you suspend their cash dividend payout on the same time they started. Several lines are credit by July, some for profit hospitals were actually showing a profit. HCIA, the country's largest for profit hospital system was up 38% from the previous year, leading to an almost bizarre moment on the company's July investor call when an analyst asked the company's chief financial officer, Bill Rutherford, Is Covic. Good for business. Is it actually a profitable business when you bring it in? Rutherford responded that it was too soon to tell. But by the end of the year, HCIA had posted a $3.8 billion profit more than it had made in 2019. The company was doing so well. It gave its government relief money back and it wasn't alone. Tenet Healthcare, another large chain made almost 400 million in profit..
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"ah hospital" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"One of the surviving teachers is the mother of shot Hassan. Now on life support. I'm watching patients collapsing. In front of my I've San says he'll never forgive the government for putting her life at risk at this time off crisis. How can you be so stupid? For most Indians. It's even more dire, some dying in Linas. They plead for oxygen, Ah hospital bed or even just a place to be laid to rest. Just keep in mind. India's massive population of 1.4 billion people on with many cases and deaths going unreported the real numbers Feared to be as much as 10 times higher with cases now spreading all across southern Asia. Thanks. That's what happens when there's no rules and no vaccine. Politics number three House Republican Liz Cheney is blasting her colleagues who say it's time to replace her. She faces a demotion for publicly denouncing Donald Trump. See, this is Nancy Quarter, says the report from the White House. What this is about is whether GOP lawmakers will tolerate having someone who is not an abject trump loyalist in party leadership, and increasingly, it appears they will not now President Biden himself is weighing in saying the GOP appears to be locked in a struggle. Over. It's very identity, significant sort of many revolutions going on the Republican Party. That is how President Biden framed the GOP fight over Republican congresswoman Liz Cheney. It seems as though the Republican Party Trying to identify what it stands for Chinese leadership position is in danger because she told the truth repeatedly in a new op Ed. She once again calls out former President Trump's false claims that the 2020 election was a fraud and stolen. She urges GOP colleagues to steer away from the dangerous and anti Democratic trump cult of personality. In a statement, Mr Trump called Cheney a warmongering fool and said New York's At least Stefanik would be a far superior choice for GOP conference chair. President Trump has fought tirelessly to deliver results for all Americans. Stefanik is a loyal Trump ally who voted to challenge November's election results. On Wednesday. She thanked him for his 100% support one day after GOP leader Kevin McCarthy appeared to seal Cheney's fate in this hot mic moment..
"ah hospital" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In question and produce more value. And as America swims and unused vaccines. India recorded a million covert 19 cases over the last three days, pushing the total number there in the country to more than 18 million since the beginning of the pandemic, according to India's Health Ministry, the country receiving aid from across the globe. The White House overnight, unveiling its plans to help India, which is in the midst of that record breaking surge. It's really overwhelmed. Ah hospital systems are collapsing. Authorities say the majority of those dying are doing dying because of lack of oxygen. So in addition to $100 million in aid, the U. S. Is sending various supplies, including 1100, oxygen cylinders and 1700, oxygen concentrators and 15 million masks and other materials that will allow India to produce over 20 million Oxford, AstraZeneca. Covert 19 vaccines. Juror who cast one of the unanimous votes to convict former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show went in the death of George Floyd said deliberations were relaxed and methodical. Is he and 11 other jurors quickly talk their way to agreement in parts of just two days. Brandon Mitchell is the first juror to deliberate to come forward since Chauhan was convicted April 20th of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter. I think as a whole as a whole jury, I think Dr Tobin was the biggest most most of influential witness. Out of everybody for me personally. Donald Williams was another person.
"ah hospital" Discussed on AP News
"McGuire the Senate on a 56 to 44 vote, agrees to consider the case and former President Donald Trump's historic second impeachment trial. Maybe Washington Correspondent Soccer. Madani has more. Trump's lawyers argued the Senate has no jurisdiction now that he's out of office. But after nearly four hours of presentations, six Republicans joined Democrats in voting. The trial is constitutional. There was an emotional appeal from House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, who tearfully described his kids being in the Capitol during a riot, he says Trump incited future presidents have to know they can't get away with it. This cannot be the future of America. Trump lawyer David Show and took on a partisan tone, accusing Democrats of being less concerned with the Constitution. And more with getting rid of Trump and his backers seeking to eliminate Donald Trump from the American political scene. The trial's opening arguments will start tomorrow. Saga Room agony Washington One person is dead three others in stable but critical condition while 1/4 has been discharged after today's shooting at a health clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota. Some 40 miles from Minneapolis. Right County Sheriff Sean Darren's hotels KSTP the shooting suspect, Gregory You'll, Rick is in custody he has the 67 year old has a nearly 20 year long history with local police. We have had several Calls for service regarding Mr You'll Rick dating back to 2000 and three both the Buffalo Police Department and the Wright County Sheriff's office. So he's no stranger to law enforcement. You'll Rick had been ordered to stay away from the clinic where today's shooting occurred. There was also a no trespassing order against him by a Lutheran church in the town church leaders telling staffers to call police if he appeared on any church property bomb. Technicians also had to deal with the package left inside the clinic. And they searched the mobile home where he had once lived and the motel room where he had been living. This is AP News. A former union leader is the new chairman of the Postal Service Board of Governors, the first step in what could be a shake up in the service by President Biden Happy Shockey. Quinn has more. Ron Bloom, who was with United Steel Workers union and an adviser during the auto industry bailout was elected by fellow members of the Postal Service Board of Governors to serve as its new leader, ousting former Republican National Committee chair Mike Duncan, who does remain on the governing board. There were calls for President Biden. To outright fire. Postmaster General Lewis to joy appointed by President Trump, who's been blamed for service cutbacks that delayed absentee ballots made male late and led to a dismal on time performance during the holidays in a pandemic, But only the board can fire the postmaster general. But a president can use appointments to reshape the board, which currently has a Republican majority. Jackie Quinn, Washington I'm Tim McGuire. AP News Minnesota Victim dies by To McGuire with an AP News Minute AH, Hospital spokeswoman says one of the five people shot at a health clinic and Buffalo, Minnesota has died. 67 year old Gregory You'll Rick had a long history of disputes with people at that clinic and others in the area some 40 miles from Minneapolis. Right county. Sheriff Shawn During your tells KSTP, A suspicious package was found inside the clinic and at a motel where you brick had been living. We did send a team from my office over there to evacuate the Super eight motel. We did find additional suspicious devices at the Super Eight Motel spend evacuated. We cleared the area, Daryn Jer says. Uber can say history with police in the area going back nearly 20 years, former President Donald Trump will stand trial for impeachment after the Senate rejected arguments from his lawyers that they cannot move forward because he's no longer in office. Several Republicans joined the Democrats in voting 56 to 44 to proceed. Opening arguments set for tomorrow in the historic trial. I'm Tim McGuire AP News I'm too much Wire. House.
KNST AM 790
"ah hospital" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Taylor Greene from two House committees. Will we allow ourselves to be addicted to hate and hating one another? I hope not, because that's not the future I want for my Children. And it's not the future. I want for any of your Children, representative Green, who was punished for social media postings about conspiracy theories before her election, which she has since apologized for Many assignments are usually handled by the party's congressional leaders. The Senate is still in session at this hour, debating numerous Republican amendments to a rulemaking bill that would allow Democrats to pass a coronavirus relief package without Republican support. Democrats defeating the amendments, but members are being forced to go on the record on controversial issues such as expanding the number of Supreme Court justices. Johnson and Johnson has asked the Food and Drug Administration to authorize its Corona virus vaccine for emergency use in the U. S. It's hell to be less effective than the two already approved but requires only one dose and less special handling. Ah Hospital in Israel says it may have a cure for people suffering from Cove in 19. Doctors, Eddie hello of hospital in Tel Aviv, say 29 out of 30 virus. Patients in serious condition made a full recovery within five days after taking the drug announcement follows by days, one, heralding similar results and another Israeli hospital had awesome medical center. The doctors say. The treatment, which is said to be inexpensive, is taken once a day. They say it took longer than five days for the 30th patient who also recovered Fox's Gary Baumgarten. God is listening to.
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"ah hospital" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"So 70 rule told Sam. Thank you. Stunning. Thank you. I've got to get more answers. Let's bring in. Dr Celine Go under. And so she has the doctor. I've got to get your reaction to this crazy video from Florida and the store owner who says we don't Why don't we shut down the world over heart attacks your doctor. Have you ever had a patient? Have you ever seen a patient breathe on a health care professional and kill them? From a heart attack. And the doctor. Who actually said she had a friend. Who lived near the Oaks. Grocery store Naples. Said her friend alerted to the to the Oaks farm market. Nobody's enforcing. Health orders there had not been for months. And she explained why the owners? Logic was preposterous. The doctors said, Like we need an explanation, but here goes heart attacks or not an infectious disease spread by respiratory droplets and aerosols. Thank you, doctor. Is simply completely different Disease or seen transmission. You ask about a patient breathing on health care providers. Yeah. We see that in the hospital right now. Ah, hospital where I work, we've seen transmission. Unfortunately within the hospital, which may well relate to the rise, emergence of these new and more infectious variants. Where we really need to be very careful about not making anyway. So the Oaks farm market In Naples, Florida. Not the only one. Unfortunately, Did you see about the fine? Of over $200,000. In New Mexico. To an auto parts store. The same chain of auto parts store. That a crude a huge fine.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"ah hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That has the pandemic to thank, Let's check in with Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, this may come as no surprise, but it's close. Rocks Jeff sales of its disinfectant, disinfecting wipes and bleaches shooting up 27% last quarter. That is, if you could find any of its products, and it's forecasting sales to continue to head sharply higher. Wall Street. Dow futures edging lower, though now down three as investors wait for last week's jobless claims data and planned corporate layoffs for January that data coming out shortly. Meantime, the British data security firm mind cast, which has its North American headquarters in Lexington, Mass. Is cutting jobs 4% worldwide, according to the Boston Business Journal Time. Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio controversy in school for many, not even in classrooms, details next. It's 709 Alexa play WBZ NewsRadio. You talked No, I'm just telling Alexis to play WBC news radio on my heart radio. This'll is tomorrow's technology today brought to you by Toyota. Ah Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida is one of several using new technology to detect lung cancer earlier, so it's all the robotic bronchoscopes when it does. It's a medical device that allows visualization within the wind pipe throughout the entire long operated remotely, Dr. Dale Mueller says the robotic device Allows them together previously inaccessible samples of potentially cancerous tissue. We can treat people and care more people from lung cancer rather than what we now see is cancer, lung.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"ah hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And I often say, Andre, this is this is my perspective. And maybe it Z my snow globe but the economy Rests on the education system because of Children are home. Parents can't work or they're paying extra to have their their Children put into different situations. S O Right. Cincinnati public another school district's moving towards a ah model of in school and eventually fully in school. Hopefully, we'll be able Tomo make A positive inroads in the sad situation. And lastly, there was some superintendents I save the text said to me how come Cincinnati public schools have a teacher's getting vaccinated? Going on now as we speak, But my teachers in my school district have fought through this thing since the end of August. We've not closed down. We've not gonna hybrid models and we're not prioritized because we're a suburban district. That is open. I had the governor on yesterday and he talked about you can't get the shots unless you agree to open. You Gotta open your schools. And so there's one superintendent said to me, we've been open for the last four or five months. We've fought through it. We've had to fill a lot of gaps in the teaching model. Wait. We have the get donations from from noted citizens in our community toe extra cost of the shielding that we have in place. We've changed the lunchroom. We've changed all this stuff. My teachers are not prioritized and we fought through it and CPS gave up to use his term. And now they get priority over us. How would you respond to that Superintendent Well, and I I also have a daughter with asthma. In a suburban district teaching five days a week. Who told me this morning, I get it, but I want one too. Okay, So, uh, we're honored and excited that we're leading the way and it wasn't You know, we're not in a position to weigh in when other districts get the vaccine, but I know one thing that weighed heavily in this. Is that we had the infrastructure in place. You know, we have the partnerships with Children's and the health department. We have nurses and every school we have over 32 health clinics and all of our schools. On and we were. We were in a position and ready to go. We also just received a grant for rapid tests for teachers and all of our schools s O You know, we're honored that you know, Governor DeWine gave us the the That scenes are a lot of the vaccines to our health department for our teachers, But hopefully we can follow up and make this a huge success. So that all these other districts quickly get this in place using our model. You know, it's not your fault. I mean, but some of the suburban district say what we did. We fought through it, and now we're being punished. But you bring up a great point that the school is not just educational center. It is the medical center. You have clinic set up and most of the schools in which nurses air physically present it's also restaurants. You take on the responsibility of feeding Children when I think the parents had to be responsible to feed their own Children and not put it on the backs of the taxpayer, and but nonetheless, the system we have now today, I don't blame a seven year old for not being fed, so therefore you have to feed him. It's a restaurant and medical care is not always provided. Well, so therefore the school becomes AH hospital or an emergency clinic. And that also is the education center and for psychological. Another medical services is the public school system, which is what it wasn't intended to be, but it's what it's become. When Melanie Bates, good luck to you, and I guess it starts today, and I'm I'm sorry on Mondays when school starts and unless we have some new variant, a new strain coming down the pike, God knows what's gonna happen next. That you pretend to be open. And you may extend into June and July, But Melanie Bates, Good luck to you. And thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. Well, thank you for having me Melanie Bates. Thank you very much. I let's continue with more. She's the leader down there because she's been there for 20. Some years when you think about the traditional role. Of our school. It's not a restaurant. It's up to Mom and dad to pack the lunch, you know and then, But now it's become the restaurant and as far as medical care, I used to go to Dr Elmore Sluiter, and now there's all these tax payer funded clinics in this goal. So, she said, When you look at an easy system to put needles in arms, CPS his position to do that, when other districts or not, I think the kids of Beachwood are probably not thinking about well. I got to go to school to have a meal. The parents take responsibility for that. So let's see. Let's get your reaction. The squeaky wheel gets the grease the line becomes available. 513749 7000 bill cutting him the Great American Live. It's room of the Reds news radio 700 wlw. The following is a test.
"ah hospital" Discussed on KTOK
"19 vaccine into people's arms. We get that story from Margo Murano, deputy state Health commissioner Keith Reid says. According to the CDC tracker. Oklahoma is among the top eight states for vaccine distribution We've given out Out faxing to 3.9 out of every 100 people. That is the best rate out of all of our neighbors, but we still continue to work diligently to make improvements. In that area, Reid says. So far, the state is administered more than 182,000 doses of the vaccine and amended order from Governor Kevin Stitt that extends the covert 19 State of emergency removes the 11 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants. But it keeps the provision that requires bars and restaurants to space groups. 6 FT Apart or Separate tables with plexiglass. Thea order, issued yesterday extends the state of emergency another 30 days. Governor state says it's needed to ensure the state And frontline health care workers can continue to effectively respond to the pandemic while also allowing businesses to remain open safely. The highway Patrol says it will investigate yesterday's pursued in southwest Oklahoma City that ended with a fatal crash. Ah juvenile was killed when a trooper pursuing a stolen SUV. Formed a tactical maneuver and the SUV crashed. The juvenile was ejected. Highway Patrol major runny Hampton says the maneuver is a safe technique. But sometimes the suspect driver will counter steer and that may cause them to, you know, roll down and embankment that may cause them to hit a fixed object. And those are things that we can't control to other people in the SUV, including another juvenile were taken to Ah hospital. At one point during the pursuit. The stolen SUV crashed through a fence at Jefferson Middle School. Drove around the football field before exiting. The Environmental Protection Agency tomorrow will unveil the official portrait of former administrator Scott Pruitt ceremony will be held in Washington, D. C. From the Alan Samuels. Volkswagen Weather Studio. Allen Samuels, Volkswagen, Your friend.
"ah hospital" Discussed on KTOK
"The state is administered more than 182,000 doses of the vaccine and amended order from Governor Kevin Stitt that extends the covert 19 State of emergency removes the 11 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants. But it keeps the provision that requires bars and restaurants to space groups. 6 FT Apart or Separate tables with plexiglass. The order issued yesterday extends the state of emergency another 30 days. Governor state says it's needed to ensure the state And frontline health care workers can continue to effectively respond to the pandemic while also allowing businesses to remain open safely. The highway Patrol says it will investigate yesterday's pursuit in southwest Oklahoma City that ended with a fatal crash. A juvenile was killed when a trooper pursuing a stolen SUV. Formed a tactical maneuver and the SUV crashed. Juvenile was ejected. Highway Patrol major running, Hampton says the maneuver is a safe technique but sometimes The suspect driver will counter steer and that may cause them to, you know, roll down an abatement. They may cause them to hit a fixed object and those are things that we can't control to other people in the SUV, including another juvenile were taken to Ah Hospital. At one point during the pursuit. The stolen SUV crashed through a fence at Jefferson Middle School. Drove around the football field before exiting. The Environmental Protection Agency tomorrow will unveil the official portrait of former administrator Scott Pruitt ceremony will be held in Washington D. C from the Alan Samuels. Volkswagen Weather Studio. Allen Samuels, Volkswagen, Your friend in the car business, mostly sunny and windy. Today that's going to ramp up our fire. Danger will have a high of 53 alot tonight around 33. Tomorrow will be sunny and windy again with highs only in the mid forties lows tomorrow night will plummet to the.
KNST AM 790
"ah hospital" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"S Capitol can be breached, then just how vulnerable our state capitals across the country. The vast majority of state legislatures are scheduled to convene this month, and when they do, the presence of police could be bolstered. Authorities in Washington state say law enforcement numbers will be increased when the Legislature meets Monday. Same goes in neighboring Idaho. In some states like Colorado and Minnesota. Extra security measures were taken before this week's attack on the U. S. Capitol. Both of those state houses are surrounded by fencing. President Trump has company when it comes to his banned from Twitter. Some high profile supporters have also lost the communication tool. Twitter permanently suspends the pages of former national security adviser General Michael Flynn, Pro Trump lawyer Sidney Powell and former eight Kun administrator Ron Watkins for violating its coordinated harmful activity policy sharing content linked to the Cuban on conspiracy theory. Rep says. We've been clear that we will take strong enforcement action on behavior that has the potential to lead to offline harm. And given the renewed potential for violence surrounding this type of behavior In the coming days, we will permanently suspend accounts that are solely dedicated to sharing Cuban on content. Kristen Goodwin, Fox News Historic warning from the mayor of London, who says hospital bands will run out in the coming weeks. If the spread of the Corona virus doesn't slow down, London Mayor Sadiq Khan says Govind 19 is now out of control in London, Khan declared the city to be in a major incident due to the presence of the disease here. The mayor says it is worse than the earlier PICO coronavirus this past spring. Ah hospital system is on the verge of being swamped is estimated. As many as one in 20 Londoners now have covert 19 fax, says Greg Palkot. This week, England went into its third National lockdown..
"ah hospital" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at 93. W Y b C is the food change No foods, not changing. Thank goodness but all this, like other logo stuff, food packaging. Uniforms. Yeah, they're just looks like they're just doing an image overhaul. Can we? Can we officially named Matt bear the trafficking and get him like one of those crowns and maybe have like the that logo? Just with Matt's face? I in between two buns. We should I, As far as I'm concerned, he already is the trafficking. I could get him. Yeah, but I just I just want him to have like a sector. Okay, robe and you know, a Cape. Maybe some. Maybe some sparkly be dazzled the jewels. I love the idea of a scepter in a robe right before this. Yeah, This is gonna be a lot of fun. I saw a photo shoot photos, but the food's not changing. No, I got really scared at first, cause I was like that better not do anything to the whopper. I'm gonna be pretty upset. When's the last time you had a whopper? Us pride by a little over a month ago. Really? Yeah. Burger, Matt. There was the last time you had a whopper. It's been about a year, I think. Oh, yeah. Last time I had a whopper 1994 Really, man. You're missing out there is there. I should not be this big. This is this is like impossible. This makes no sense whatsoever. It's It's bigotry. It's racism, and it's It's nonsense. I don't I don't need that stuff, all racism. It won't something. Just get it. Like once every couple months. I You know, I did for the other day for each drink, smoke. We did. The Mcrib came out. The grave is perfect food. And so we did the McRib and you know that I ate the mcrib with a knife and fork. What? I don't need the bread. That's like I know I suck. I'm saying I suck I'm the worst. I can't. I can't do it. I will die if I had the bread. The pain isn't saying I love how they call the impossible whopper that that because it's impossible for me to eat that, you know, plant based like No, you tell the difference. Yeah, I did. Try it once. And to me. It just didn't really It was still different. It wasn't the original Whopper. It just wasn't the real thing. See, that's because you knew you're the guy who needs the placebo. I guess you need the double blind study. I guess I need the Cooper blind study, Right? No bread for the mcrib. Tony, did you look I don't I don't eat bread. I don't eat pasta. I don't. It's so terrible. This is why I ate steak steak makes me feel good. It's bread kills me. Steak. Make me feel like I can climb mountains. I don't but I feel like I could, and I think that's what matters. I think you're right. According to according to my doctor, Dr Allison, I'm doing great. Good. I'm just going to hear healthy and strong and full of life full of Judge. Is that it? Alison? Is that the official doctor term pull something Judge was that I don't know. All I know is I have doctor friends texted me saying What's wrong with you? You need to get checked. So all right. I'm gonna go get into some Some kind of Ah hospital gown and let somebody probe me and see what happens. God lets matter has trafficking. Yeah, let's let's start the traffic..
"ah hospital" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Anyone in this in this building. Trust me, my friend. You don't want to walk up there with me up there now Republicans muscling through motion to remove Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman Democrat as the presiding officer for the day after he insisted Brewster be sworn in with other senators. Republicans then voted through another motion to recognize the election in every Senate contest, except for Brewster's Democrats and Republicans are stealing the election and committing an unprecedented abuse of power in their majority. While Republicans say the move to block Brewster's squarely within their constitutional authority to decide Who should hold the seat. The U. S representative Emanuel Cleaver says he was caught off guard by the negative response after he ended his opening prayer on the first day of a new Congress by saying Amen and a woman Cleaver, who is a United Methodist minister and former mayor of Kansas City, is in his ninth term in Congress, he told the Kansas City Star. His A woman reference on Sunday was intended to Recognize the record number of women serving in Congress. But it spurred a torrent of criticism from conservatives who accused Who accused the minister of misunderstanding the meaning of a men. Of course, the Hebrew word that means so be it. Cleaver said it was upon intended as a tribute to his female colleagues and a rear admiral Margaret Grunt Kibun, a new House chaplain and first woman to hold that role. There are 144 women serving in the House and Senate. The previous high was 129 and the Recording Academy has hit the pause button on the Grammys. The ceremony was set for later this month at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, but it's now pushed back to March. Have moved from January. 31st to the 14th of March comes amid a recent surge in cases and deaths in the U. S. Ah, hospitals, of course in Los Angeles. As I mentioned they've been swamped. Um, Max capacity. The statement from the Grammy organization and CBS has given the situation the postponement.
"ah hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Kitty O'Neil KFBK Afternoon News on news 93.1 KFBK now trending a tweet from ABC News as saying that from one of the reporters I'm told by people close to Pence that he intends to defy the president. It will be vice president Pence. Was one announcing that Joe Biden officially formally and finally has won the Electoral college and won the presidency tomorrow, very similar message that we're getting also from the New York Times where they say that the vice president is said to have told President Trump he had no power to block the election certification tomorrow. More news now from our KPK news desk with Taylor Martin Actress Tanya Roberts is actually dead after mixed reports yesterday, a statement posted on the 65 year Olds. Official Facebook Page confirmed the actress died Monday night from a urinary tract infection. Thank you so much, Taylor. All right, well, the cove ID overload situation. His situation is so bad in Los Angeles that now paramedics are being told to no longer transport cardiac arrest victims. If they don't have a pulse A B C's Alex Stone has more. Yeah, this is really tough. And and so, kitty. This is a new directive that he's out in L. A county that ambulance crews were told if they arrive, and it is a cardiac arrest in the patient has no poles. They can try under certain parameters doing resuscitation on then they have to call it If they don't get a post it is over. They're not allowed to transport to Ah hospital to try to revive that patient. This is Dr Mark Eckstine, the medical director for a Lake City fire system is really being taxed right now. People go into emergency departments without life threatening problems are waiting often 12 to 18 hours in the waiting room just to get seen 12 18 hours if you walk into an ER and ambulances are lined up for 6 to 7 hours to unload patients. In fact, they're trying something new today where they're bringing in cots where they can just dump patients and then go Two ambulances come get back out because we're running out of ambulances. Now, with this new mandate we've heard from medics today, saying that it's the way they do things anyway, that ambulances don't transport dead bodies. And if somebody is dead in their home than they wouldn't transport him. That is true. In many cases, buddy in some, if they felt that maybe they would have luck, if maybe this was a case where they could bring them back. They would transport them and the medical director there, Dr Mark 16, saying there are those miracle cases where then you get him back in the back of an ambulance or the hospital and now those people, unfortunately, are going to be written off and soon. This may be the same for trauma victims where it is more common toe scoop and go where they come in, grab the gunshot victim and then they move on. He says that that's going to be changing here soon. We're also looking at the same policy for victims. Of severe trauma, car accident, shootings, stabbings and so forth with their hearts stars. We're not gonna be transporting those patients, either. If we can't get their hearts going again can't get them resuscitated on scene and Kitty that the ambulance crews were being told, use limited oxygen. The covert patients are taking so much oxygen that hospitals air running out. They can't get it into their pipes. Tol work that there's not enough pressure they're using so much. The cannisters. Ambulances can't get it. They can't refill it. So they're being told you is limited oxygen. People here in l A right now are being told to avoid calling 911 unless it is absolutely necessary. Right now, There are so few ambulances available. Oh, my goodness. And you know you had a nurse on yesterday. The fatigue and her voice. Was incredible. I mean, you could just tell what this mean. They're exhausted right now. Whether be ambulance crews or the crews inside of hospitals, and they've just got so much going on right now. They're overwhelmed. Many other areas of the state are leveling off. That's great news. L A is not seeing that yet. Yeah, ABC is Alex Stone. Who's there? Thank you so much. You gotta Thanksgiving. 5 21 now, Okay, if became moving onto traffic.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"ah hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Look like the visibility is too low, but we're down to a quarter mile right around the Miramar area. About a quarter mile in Fallbrook as well. So just be aware in those areas as you make your morning travels. It is 6 32, Cocoa News, time and time for that opening Bell on Wall Street genius already at Bloomberg. What's going on? Don and Ted. Good morning. Not a whole lot. We've got stocks trying to edge higher here so far. Adding to yesterday's declines is the NASDAQ. It's down about two points yesterday marked the worst start to a year since 2016 for the S and P 500, which right now is up. Only four points on the Dow is up 35. Rising coronavirus cases have investors on edge Shares of well Tom are slightly higher after the president after the company I should say named its president Christiano, Ramona's its next CEO. At the end of June, He'll succeed Steve Mullen cop who steps down after 26 years at the company. I'm Gina. Serve idiot. Bloomberg for news radio 600 Kogo. Nearly half of the nation's hospitals, most overwhelmed by covert are in California, according to data from Department of Health and Human Services 48 of the top 100 hospitals with the highest rate of covert 19 patients. Are in California, followed by Texas with 15 ICU admissions of spiked 22% over the past two weeks, and experts fear it's only going to get worse as the post holiday surge rears its head. Ah, hospitals facing the most strain are in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley where ICUs or it 0% capacity. Enforcement of the state. Home Orders continues here in the city of San Diego, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria signed the executive order just before New Year. Since already resulted in large parties and repeat offenders being sighted and find this will continue for the foreseeable future. We're in the business of enforcing law. We cannot pick and choose which laws we wish to enforce and practice time The state has issued a state home order. It's a conjunction with our partners of the county will be enforcing that order and the hope that contains virus, preventing additional loss of life and giving it our economy reopened as quickly as possible.
90.3 KAZU Programming
Prosecutor: Wisconsin pharmacist thought vaccine was unsafe
"Prosecutors has AH hospital pharmacist accused of destroying about 500 doses of a covert 19 vaccine, says the pharmacist. Thanks the vaccine is unsafe. Current block of member station W. U. W M reports on a court hearing held today. Police say Steven Brandenburg twice deliberately left 57 vials of the modern, A brand vaccine outside required refrigeration. At the Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, Wisconsin. Ozaki County district attorney Adam Garrel told an arraignment hearing that Brandenburg wanted the vaccine rendered inert. Because he performed this belief that they were unsafe, but they are any method of creating these medications were under them unsafe. Carol says there's probable cause to move ahead with a charge of attempted criminal damage to property. But he says the vials have to be tested before he can say the vaccine was destroyed or reduced in efficacy.
"ah hospital" Discussed on WTOP
"Restaurants and bars and Disneyland. Quiet as a church mouse can sad. Police are investigating a man who removed covert vaccine vials from a refrigerator. CBS is Nicky Batiste in Wisconsin. Ah, hospital pharmacist was arrested. Or intentionally destroying more than 500 doses of the Koven vaccine. Police say he left the vials olive refrigeration overnight knowing they'd be useless. We're really not able to make any judgments on motive. At this time, the CDC is projecting 80,000 Americans will die in the next three weeks from covert 19 officials in Minneapolis are investigating the police shooting of a black man involved in a traffic stop. The man died. Police say he fired first chief Materia Arredondo. When I viewed the video that everyone else is viewing, it appears that the individual inside the vehicle fires his weapon at the officers first grisly Discovery in Chicago, CBS is Jennifer Keiper. More than 2000 sets of fetal remains were found in a suburban Chicago garage. They were determined to be from abortions performed by Dr over Klopfer at his three Indiana clinics between 2000 and 23. And no arrangements had been made for their proper disposition. Doctor Club first license was suspended indefinitely and 20 or six for bad record keeping and sub standard patient monitoring. He died in 2019 relatives found the clinic remains while sorting through his belongings. On Thursday, the Dow ended the year up nearly 200 points. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T.
Colleen and Bradley
Jessie J diagnosed with Meniere's disease: 'Felt like I was completely deaf in my right ear, couldn't walk in a straight line'
"Was hospitalized after she says that she went completely deaf on did she is due to Mainers disease, she said. I woke up and felt like I was completely deaf in my right ear couldn't walk in a straight line. I know that a lot of people suffer from and I've actually had a lot of people reach out to me and give me great advice. So I've just been laying low since. Jessie J. Says she was given medication and was at home recovering after Ah hospital visit
Pacifica Evening News
Health care workers facing record hospitalizations amid pandemic
"Los Angeles County health director Barbara for Ares warning of catastrophic consequences if more people don't heat orders to stay home and within their own household members. House official in California's third largest county is urging hospitals to cancel elective surgeries and implement plans for an onslaught of covert 19 patients as intensive care units. Philip Statewide, Dr Karl Schultz says ambulances have been waiting for hours to unload patients. Because Orange County emergency rooms are so backed up. Urged hospitals to begin expanding capacity immediately. California's hospitalizations already are at record levels living less than 1500 of the $17.7800 total intensive care unit beds available. Ah hospital in the Imperial County is put beds under a tent in a parking lot. For non covered
Atlanta - Georgia short of intensive care nurses as winter threatens surge of coronavirus cases
"As the pandemic rages on, and with flu season that wonder way to a lot of hospitals in Georgia are a desperate need of nurses. Hospitals across the state are trying to hire intensive care nurses to treat the sickest patients. Augusta University health needs 250 nurses for its covert ICU. Ah hospital in Elberton is turning to the state for help in finding the nurses it needs. Man for nurses has tripled since the start of November. Another issue is a dwindling supply. Some nurses air, leaving the profession out of fear. Georgia is also competing with hospitals and other states who are recruiting the same nurses. Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB
Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler
What Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis means for the country
"Were always joined on Saturday morning by John Gizzi. He is the White House correspondent and chief political columnist of newsmax dot com and Newsmax TV, John. Good morning. Good morning, Rick. And what a night it wass. Well, obviously, we're following the latest developments on President Trump and his diagnosis with covert 19. What is the latest you're hearing on the president. The president is resting comfortably at the Walter Reed Hospital where yesterday he left the White House. And arrived at the hospital. I might and he left the White House in his usual business suit looking as he always does. Uh, this is not someone who has been felled by the virus. But simply has symptoms of the Corona virus, and he will rest there until doctors say he can come out. Which effectively scotches the debate. Scheduled for October. 15th. But it doesn't mean he's going to be in the hospital through the rest of the campaign, and we may see a newer and better Donald Trump emerged from Walter Reed. For now, all signs are that he's resting and that this is not anything that Americans should be nervous about. John. We know the Corona virus hits each individual differently, assuming the best for the president, where he quarantines for the 14 days and gets through this What is the impact on the campaign for the impact on the campaign is that right now there's an absentee candidate that the president cannot have is make America great again Rallies. He cannot debate He cannot issue pronouncements, although one as the impression after covering Donald Trump for the past four years that no hospital and no confinement Ooh! Ah hospital bed is going to keep him away from his tweeting. Uh, hey, certainly can campaign that way. And another thing. We have a long history in America of candidates who are hospitalized or injured who actually do well as their supporters carry on for them. When he made his first center base in 1948 Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson was laid up for a period with very brutal, Cole. His wife, Lady Bird and others served is very effective Speakers and he went on to win hard fought race. I know of a case of another candidate, Arch war who was elected governor of West Virginia after surviving a helicopter crash. So just because it candidate is hospitalized or unhealthy doesn't mean it's a foregone conclusion. He'll lose well, John. Obviously, we know the polarization across the country and the polarization in the media. And there will be a lot of talk about the 25th amendment, and I just wanted to get sort of a factual look. At the 25th amendment. So when people hear the pundits talking about it, they understand it. Alright, 25th amendment was passed. In the late 19 sixties. It is known as the Presidential Succession Amendment. Its functions are twofold. One Puts into law what had been an informal agreement between presidents and their vice presidents. For a long time before them. And that means when the president is incapacitated, say is when he goes under the knife. For surgery, He turns over the powers. Of his office to his number two who effectively becomes acting President Richard Nixon served his acting president after a heart attack. President Dwight Eisenhower, and after a mild stroke, the president suffered Similarly, when Lyndon Johnson had surgery, Hubert Humphrey was the acting president and Dido for George H. W. Bush. Under Ronald Reagan when he had cancer surgery in his second term. The other part of the amendment is that if the vice president succeeds to the presidency, he or she can then designate Vice president that the Senate must give its advice and consent to I might add that when a president is declared unable to continue in his office for health reasons, the 25th amendment can be invoked. By the vice president and his succession to the top job can be insured. Post debate. Polls are now being released Thursday morning, NBC News National Polling had Biden up 7.9 points over President Trump Real clear politics showing Biden with a 6.6 lead over Trump Fivethirtyeight national polling tracker gave Biden the 7.6 advantage. President didn't seem to gain any ground whatsoever in the debates. Possibly lost some ground. What's your analysis is, we move forward. First of all, I do believe that the polls accurately reflect The post debate. Momentum is with Joe Biden, and it has very little to do with the debate itself. But with the media's interpretation of how candidates Trump and Biden acquitted themselves on national television, and of course, the opinion off the punditocracy is almost unanimous. The president was ruled. He interrupted. He had no consistent thought. And Joe Biden was a gentleman. That is their opinion. Which is being repeated by a lot of people. There's two factors that leaves this reporter to say that these numbers might have flaws in them. The first is the hidden vote. There's a lot of people, certainly, as was the case in 2016, who just won't admit they're voting for Donald Trump. Obviously they do so when they're in the voting booth. The other is that Joe Biden right now, by being cool, is holding on and appearing a front runner. Did. Donald Trump loses the debate? It all depends on who you ask. Chuck Booth, commentator and conservative activists from Nevada said the president decided to use this format to speak directly. To his base of supporters and try and rally them to the polls. He compared the president's performance and his refusal to abide by Time outs to the scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid when Butch is facing a much larger man and challenges him to a knife fight. And then says, but we have to go through the rules. The other man says there's no rules in a knife fight at which point which kicks him. And effectively weakens and subdues him. That's what the president's goal Wass with Joe Biden and to his base, he succeeded. So let's turn to the impact on the Senate and the Congress a lot of business to attend to, including the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. We take pause for well wishes from Democrats. But as we can see in the Chuck Schumer tweet, it is a one sentence pause. And then we're back into politics. Here's what he said Friday night. We now have two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee who have tested positive for covert and there may be more. I wish my colleagues well, so that's the nicety. And here's the politics. It is irresponsible and dangerous to move forward with the hearing, and there was absolutely no good reason to do so. Well, I would just say that the distinguished minority leader of the Senate, Senator Schumer should look a little bit more. At the rules of the Senate as wrong is there is a quorum of senators in the committee. They could move along, particularly if chairman gavels in now what he's referring to are Senator Mike Lee of Utah and Thom Tillis of North Carolina. Both Judiciary Committee members and both presently incapacitated by the Corona virus. Both could easily recover in a short time. Remember the Judiciary Committee hearings on drugs, Parrots nomination don't begin until the 14th of Oct over. So any judgments about Senator Tillis or Senator Lee? Not being in the job in two weeks is a bit premature. That's the Supreme Court debate. Let's talk about the stimulus deal. New York Times Reporting. Speaker Pelosi said that the president's positive Corona virus test could change the dynamic and produce a Nagre mint on additional pandemic relief. But a compromise remains elusive. The gist of it from Speaker Pelosi is that now the Republicans will take Corona virus more seriously. Well, where do we
All Things Considered
Undocumented People With No Health Insurance Struggle Especially Hard From COVID-19
"People who contract code 19 can spend months trying to get better. That struggle is especially hard for one group. That's a high risk of getting the virus undocumented people who don't have health insurance. NPR's Joseph Shapiro has one family's story. Laundries. Father got covert 19 in early August. He came home from a Chicago hospital. So what was that? Like the day he came home? Oh, my God, who are also have beat everybody in the hospital was like he was a But today there was no more hope for him. Where, like All my God, I don't know where leg thing guy. He's still here with us. Her father Jose spent three months in the hospital. Jose he's from Mexico is an undocumented immigrant. That's why we agreed to use just first names. He was in the I C U then in the rehab wing. Now he's home, but with long term maybe lifelong disabilities. Across the country. Latinos are hospitalized for Kobe and almost five times the rates of white people who aren't Latino. It's hard to count how many undocumented immigrants get cove it, but they're at high risk. Often they don't have health insurance. They may live in crowded homes and work in dangerous jobs in nursing homes, food plants or, like Jose in restaurants. And I see you have something on your neck. Were you on a ventilator? Yes, I spoke to Jose on a video call. He's propped up on pillows in bed. He shows the white bandage that covers the spot where a surgeon cut a sweat into his neck. To insert it, too. For the ventilator, only the Honda. Then Jose pulls up his dark blue polo shirt to show the tube to a stomach. Holland removes the phone Cameron to show it. Yes, I'm feeling to have a feeding too. That's how he's still getting fed. He hopes the tube will come out soon in. Maybe this week. Yeah. Let's take it out. Ah, staff at the hospital taught Jose's wife how to use a syringe toe push the nutrients through that feeding tube and howto work a portable ventilator. When he first came home, he still needed that ventilator to breathe. Jose has no health insurance. Some nurses come by and check on him from time to time. Still, the vast majority of Jose's Karen home, including some pretty high level medical care falls to the family. That's appalling toe. I eat Aguila cello. She's a research professor who studies healthcare disparities at Northwestern University's Medical School in Chicago. This require more specialized business, the nurse to come and take care of this gentleman at home rather than two. Let the wife and other members of the family to take care of the care That's not acceptable, for sure, not acceptable. But Bob Shaye, who started a nonprofit devices for the disabled, says it's typical. We see them all week every week now. Where people are getting discharged with scarred lungs damaged heart complete loss of mobility, neurological issues, they're still significantly limited. Then it's just up to the family does somehow figured out from there for Jose Shay's group donated a wheelchair. Ah hospital bed and other medical equipment, things that can cause thousands of dollars, especially if you don't have health insurance. Jose would like to go back to working in a restaurant. But his old job is gone. Maybe no more. And first he's got months and months, maybe longer to recover. There's an advantage to living in his multi generational family. His older Children are working for now they're paying the rent, and they're buying his medicine.
Young woman declared dead by paramedics found alive at funeral home
"Southfield woman gets a second chance after funeral home employees in Detroit determined she was not ready for a funeral self feel. Paramedics responded to a 20 year old woman who was unresponsive, worked on her for 30 minutes and declared her did the Oakland County Medical Examiner's office determined there was no foul play and again determined the woman had expired. The body was released to the family for funeral arrangements. It was hours later at the James H. Cole funeral home that the young woman Was found breathing. EMS crews were called again and this time she was transported to Ah Hospital. Ken Rogowski W. J. R News the
Todd and Don
Virus pandemic reshaping air travel as carriers struggle
"Is travelers are still a little hesitant to get on a plane. Airlines say they're trying to convince travelers that it is safe to travel with mandatory mask rules in place and AH hospital grade air filters being used to make sure that air through the air is safer. Travers and apparently the Folks are still less a hesitant about this now on a global level, air travel is down 85%. Wow, that's probably for for those that that are still braked out. Bye bye. This pandemic is probably the worst possible scenario. For your psyche. I would think as far sitting in an enclosed tube next to somebody that you don't have control over sitting next to several carriers have filed bankruptcy protection with the Corona virus, not showing any signs of easing up in the fall of more could actually follow suit. Four major U. S. Airlines. They've lost 10 billion since April, and Consumer reports survey of about 1000 folks reveal that 70% of those surveyed field it's flying was unsafe. The CDC says sitting within six feet of someone on the plane poses an elevated risk, but says most viruses and bacteria don't spread easily on planes do the way that the air circulates. The International Air Transport Association predicts air travel will not recover until sometime in the 2024 that's a long time away. It sure is, But I would feel safe doing it right now. You want. Yeah, but I'm not as freaked out as other people is. Some other people are are by this, So I wonder you really seriously you. You said on the plane next Ranger? Absolutely. Yeah. With the mask on right now. Sure would. Yeah. I don't believe you. I don't think you I think I think you say that. And I would say that along with you, but I think once you guys got on that plane would freak out now, I wouldn't forget to be next to know somebody of their coughing and sneezing. If that if that you don't even know if that was the case. Yeah, being comfortable, but But as far as you know, especially having a seat between us, I wouldn't have a problem with that. As long as there's a seat between us. I would rather that be the case. Yeah, I have a heavy seat between me and in the other person, But no, I with a cz. Long as we've got mask on. I think everybody is going to try to be respectful of each other spaces they possibly can. So now, if I had to fly right now, I absolutely would. So the
Hong Kong: China says it will not recognise UK overseas passports
"China said the UK will pay the price of it pursues Ah hospital policy toward Beijing and hinted it may block Hong Kong citizens from taking up Boris Johnson's offer of a path to British citizenship. China's ambassador in London, says the Chinese government does not consider so called British passports, You know as valid travel documents,