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"ana castro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"ana castro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Trump's difficulties and assembling a legal team. You're listening to the BBC World Service. This is news hour coming to you live from our studios in central London on James Commander. Asami, The president of the European Commission also live on the lion has said that the pharmaceutical company, AstraZeneca will send an extra nine million doses of its covert vaccine to the EU before the end of March. That will go some way to plugging the gap in Europe's expected vaccine supplies. It has led to days of recriminations and the introduction of export controls. On Friday, the vaccine rows bean deepened by its timing, Justus, many European countries are experiencing serious covitz spikes. In fact, one of them Portugal currently has the highest weekly number of coronavirus cases and deaths per capita anywhere in the world on both Germany and Austria have scented medical help. On Saturday, The Portuguese government said that only seven of the country's intensive care beds remained vacant. I've been speaking to Dr Anna Castro, president of the Administrative Council. The Central hospital at the University of Algarve. We believe that the next week will be very stressed weak for I see you and for patients who need to be in the hospital, so probably the next week will be a very stressful week and we are in the limit off the issue and the patients that go to ICU. They will not come out so quick. And so with the new patients that came in, you don't have the same number of patients that go out from ICU. We are expecting to have some problems with bed. So now we are extend our capacity from the maximum. So we stopped operating rooms and they become ICUs and we are raising our capacity for the next week. So you're gonna be basically beyond the 100% occupancy. You're getting extra beds. And now normally in I C U unit. Yes, we are. Everyone is struggling to open new beds for the next week. But the point is the human resources because you have the equipments. But, you know, nurses and doctors say I see you special, itty. They're not so many as the beds that you need. We put People from the operating room like an ecstatic people working in I C u all the resident. But even though we have lack off human resources, so we are struggling with this reality. The news that other countries are going to help out. I think Austria is going to take some Patients from Portugal to help out that must be welcomed. Yeah, of course. And most of all, if we can have some some teams that could come and help us from the countries that are not so stressed. At this time, it could be helpful because you know to put some patients off that outside the country. It requires a lot off people. And sometimes if you have the team's here, they could help because it's ah, somewhat extra hands and extra hands to help. What is cause this surgeon infections. Is it the new variants? We cannot say that it's the new variant. What we assist is that In this third wave Did the disease is completely different than it was in the first wave. So in the first wave, you have people in the same house One was positive, and the other ones were negative. And what you see now is that if you have someone positive, all the contacts are positive, it seems that it Z to spread. Even if it's not the same variant meanings in UK or the other ones, But it's a different kind off disease that you see. Now I'm here in the UK. We've seen younger patients going into I C u Is that what you're saying? Yes, we seize the same. So you have young patients that came to the hospital, and they seem pretty well and in a couple of hours, they become worse than than they are in your eyes. You so it's It's very quick. What needs to be done? Do you think to slow things down in the first wave? People were I'm afraid of disease, and I think people now assume that this is only for the the older ones, and this is not another disease. It's It's a different kind of disease, and people are not leaving the same way so people instead of the lockdown people are coming outside in the streets in the without any Reason, and I think people need to understand that they should keep it home. Dr Ana Castro, president of the Administrative Council for the Central Hospital of the University of Algarve. In Portugal, or let's turn now to a Middle Eastern country that's facing its toughest period of the pandemic, as if it hadn't had a tough enough here with an economic collapse in the deadly explosion at the port of Beirut, Lebanon, has now had the highest number of code infections and deaths in recent weeks. After the authorities relaxed restrictions over the festive period on with hospitals. They're also reaching breaking point. The Lebanese people now under one of the world's strictest curfews as Martin patients reports from Beirut Not their.

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"ana castro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"ana castro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Buildings with messages like in this together and stay safe reveals Emily Harris has been talking to business owners in white center it's a window into how the corona viruses affecting the thirty million small businesses around the country and the changes that communities like this will face as they struggle to survive wait center got associated with the coronavirus early on there were no reported cases there but it was the first spot county officials chose to put a quarantine facility temporary trailers with isolation rooms for up to forty people I found out about it maybe ten minutes before the press release and was just extremely irritated see the civil set leads the white center community development association a nonprofit that supports families and small businesses she didn't question the need for quarantine centers around Seattle she questions the powers that be imposing it on white center a low income longtime immigrant neighborhood with little political clout this wasn't about not wanting to help people who have to deal the corona is just look where you're putting it you continuing to perpetuate you know this whole institutionalized racism and not giving white center community a voice in something like this is really important ana Castro heard about plans for the quarantine center from her sister the two have owned a bakery and restaurant in white center for almost twenty five years and that is a normal and then there is a quiet thing I've got Whaley we have that here we're not gonna have any customer to come into our bakery the center still hasn't opened but the corona virus has nearly shut down on his business anyway she's only doing take out and had to lay off half the employees she and her sister now work seven days a.

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"ana castro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ana castro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reveals Emily Harris has been talking to business owners in white center it's a window into how the corona viruses affecting the thirty million small businesses around the country and the changes that communities like this will face as they struggle to survive wait center got associated with the coronavirus early on there were no reported cases there but it was the first spot county officials chose to put a quarantine facility temporary trailers with isolation rooms for up to forty people I found out about it maybe ten minutes before the press release and was just extremely irritated see the civil set leads the white center community development association a nonprofit that supports families and small businesses she didn't question the need for quarantine centers around Seattle she questions the powers that be imposing it on white center a low income longtime immigrant neighborhood with little political clout this wasn't about not wanting to help people who have to deal the corona is just look where you're putting it you continuing to perpetuate you know this whole institutionalized racism and not giving white center community a voice in something like this is really important ana Castro heard about plans for the quarantine center from her sister the two have owned a bakery and restaurant in white center for almost twenty five years and then as a normal and then there's the quiet thing I've got we only we have that here we're not gonna have any customer to come into our bakery the center still hasn't opened but the corona virus has nearly shut down on his business anyway she's only doing take out and had to lay off half the employees she and her sister now work seven days a.

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"ana castro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"ana castro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Newly boarded up buildings with messages like in this together and stay safe reveals Emily Harris has been talking to business owners in white center it's a window into how the corona viruses affecting the thirty million small businesses around the country and the changes that communities like this will face as they struggle to survive wait center got associated with the coronavirus early on there were no reported cases there but it was the first spot county officials chose to put a quarantine facility temporary trailers with isolation rooms for up to forty people I found out about it maybe ten minutes before the press release and was just extremely irritated see the civil set leads the white center community development association a nonprofit that supports families and small businesses she didn't question the need for quarantine centers around Seattle she questions the powers that be imposing it on white center a low income longtime immigrant neighborhood with little political clout this wasn't about not wanting to help people who have to deal the corona is just look where you're putting it you continuing to perpetuate you know this whole institutionalized racism and not giving white center community a voice in something like this is really important ana Castro heard about plans for the quarantine center from her sister the two have owned a bakery and restaurant in white center for almost twenty five years as a normal and then there is a quiet thing I've got well if we have that here we're not gonna have any customer coming through our bakery the center still hasn't opened but the corona virus has nearly shut down on his business anyway she's only doing take out and had to lay off half the employees she and her sister now work seven days a week they clean they sell they enforce.

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"ana castro" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"ana castro" Discussed on KCRW

"Artists are also painting murals on newly boarded up buildings with messages like in this together and stay safe reveals Emily Harris has been talking to business owners in white center it's a window into how the corona viruses affecting the thirty million small businesses around the country and the changes that communities like this will face as they struggle to survive wait center got associated with the coronavirus early on there were no reported cases there but it was the first spot county officials chose to put a quarantine facility temporary trailers with isolation rooms for up to forty people I found out about it maybe ten minutes before the press release and was just extremely irritated see the civil set leads the white center community development association a nonprofit that supports families and small businesses she didn't question the need for quarantine centers around Seattle she questions the powers that be imposing it on white center a low income longtime immigrant neighborhood with little political clout this wasn't about not wanting to help people who have to deal the corona is just look where you're putting it you continuing to perpetuate you know this whole institutionalized racism and not giving white center community a voice in something like this is really important ana Castro heard about plans for the quarantine center from her sister the two have owned a bakery and restaurant in white center for almost twenty five years and then say no homo and then there is a quiet day I thought well if we have that here we're not gonna have any customer to come into our bakery the center still hasn't opened but the corona virus has nearly shut down on his business anyway she's only doing take out and had to lay off half the employees she and her sister now work seven days a week they clean they sell they enforce social distancing other.

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"ana castro" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"ana castro" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Maintaining Tigers of the twelve eight the trying to salvage one hearing kids sitting at the new budget by Comerica bank which expectations what a bank can be when it's time go to Comerica really poor Walter takes over on the mountain top of the order victories at the plate Ben lefty against a righty does your anti to third reading to the edge of the cut out rest of the infield back first pitch to radius a fastball outside ball one you should brush by Wall side windows the leader in replace the windows for seventy five years it's been a tough year for Peralta thirty seven two thirds any forty it's number one twenty two strikeouts seventeen walks in six home runs the one ray is takes a breaking ball strike so twenty or runs at thirty seven a two thirds innings yikes as a partial in its last year here this is striking out a batter an inning yeah with high walks this year the walks have dropped but the strike outs have dropped even more so last year we Kansas city in a relief Freud members menace starter most of his career six walks per nine with the strike at an inning this year for walks for now you like that improvement but five strikeouts per nine that's a tough way to go it's tough to bring a guy like that in now the book but the disease numbers not called very much I would think that's what we saw the regular guys that you know the first took a three games here ray is suing spells it out of play one for four with a walk is scored two runs scored ana Castro double in the fifth the doubled and scored on a Castro single in the seventh twelve runs on nineteen hits fun to say of that happened Homer Bailey was going to start nothing but success in the Tigers in three starts last year and this and that began a good day for Tigers hitters fly ball to left field softly hit to Gordon two steps to his left makes a catch one up one down nineteen in twelve aids Tigers on top Castro steps to the please got four hits Goodrem as four hits Beckham the only home run of the day Candelario has three RBIs and the bases loaded double and the ME home as we get the service two two Beckham today one Jim this I don't remember the other one you went up with too so I don't know I I was called time out a good remember the other one though I was following your lead their Jews Betty pack member watch about it Castro takes a pitch outside for for five for Herald caster to bump is average of the three eighteen this is now just over one hundred at bats three rific bat to ball skills for this lefty spreads out knees bent swinging it fell out of play and he does you mention rod Carew run garden harassments rod Carew it's not like we're saying he's going to be the next ride go but no for sure but the wait can a text that right shoulder in in swings the left shoulder back the the slap it or just like rod was rather than all of fame we hope this will make it make it but look what we go so I will run the limbs they've got to make it but not a bad start do your major league career ground ball up the middle here modesty will feel the just to let the second guns it over to Cuthbert who's now at first two up two down nine thinning Tigers leading by for this copper to broadcast is presented by Florida the Detroit Tigers may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form in the accounts and descriptions of this game may.

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