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"angela dunn" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

06:38 min | 11 months ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"That the developed economies have created a problem And the developed economies need to stand up and take those actions And the whole world is looking to the U.S. And finally I just say the mood here is generally kind of downbeat amid all the pledges they're concerns that the major emitting countries won't do enough to prevent a big climate related damage in the decades coming NPR's Frank Langford in Glasgow and Lauren summer thank you both Thanks Good to talk Holly The number of Americans hospitalized for COVID is now less than half of what it was in early September That is good news but it masks some trouble spots especially in the northern half of the country And peers will stone reports If only it felt like the tail end of the delta wave and doctor Andy duns hospital Instead Wyoming medical center the biggest hospital in the state is contending with its biggest surge of the pandemic In a 12 years I've been with the hospital It's hands down the busiest We're seeing more COVID patients and we're seeing sicker COVID patients It's not so much a surprise as a foreseeable tragedy Don says they started planning months ago For what we all thought predictably was going to happen based on the how in contagious the delta variant is combined with our low vaccination rate About 44% of Wyoming's population is fully vaccinated which puts it behind almost every other state In fact the pandemic is still raging across much of the mountain west From Idaho to Colorado to Utah We are definitely in a crisis Doctor Angela Dunn directs the Salt Lake county health department When a patient needs an ICU bed it takes us two to three hours because they're all full Usually it takes ten minutes But she says much of the public doesn't seem aware of how bad it really is Utah's vaccination rate is in the bottom half of states And dun says very few people are showing up for a shot anymore Most to our want boosters It says people who initially got their vaccine very early And they were excited to do so So we're seeing a lot more demand for booster doses than first doses at this point Nationwide here's how the pandemic looks Cases have plummeted in the south But many northern areas are seeing an uptick or trying to prevent a surge Even in heavily vaccinated areas like the northeast Vermont for example is about 70% vaccinated A doctor there Rick Hildebrand at rutland regional medical center says they've cared for more COVID patients in the last month than ever before But we have never seen the type of scenarios you've seen in other parts of the country where the hospital systems have just been overwhelmed by COVID The state added more beds to deal with the strain But this is mostly due to other kinds of patients plus staffing shortages with COVID layered on top and Hildebrand says those with COVID in their hospital generally you can trace the cases back to an unvaccinated individual who has spread the virus in a small cluster Vermont shows that even a relatively well vaccinated state is still vulnerable says doctor Tim Leahy at the university of Vermont medical center I think we all hoped that if you got 99% of your 60 70 80 year old vaccinated and most of the rest of the population that that would be it good night for COVID And clearly that's not the case But so many seniors being vaccinated has shielded the hospitals from the kind of disaster seen elsewhere There are absolutely vermonters who never ended up in the hospital because they got vaccinated As the weather gets colder and more people gather indoors and travel other well vaccinated places could see a surge too Doctor David Rubin does COVID modeling at the children's hospital of Philadelphia but he says so far this fall even when cases have risen outbreaks have not gotten out of control That gives you some cautious optimism that some of these more highly vaccinated regions in the north may prove a somewhat resilient through the holiday season Ruben says this next stage of the vaccination campaign when children start getting shots could make a huge difference in the coming months And to me offers probably the greatest hope that our worst days are behind us But in places where many adults are still unvaccinated he says the data are unassailable More people die the hospitals get overrun and the return to normal is slow and painful Will stone and PR needs Users of an LGBTQ dating site in Israel are on edge after a cyberattack there hackers have leaked some user data already and are threatening to expose more unless they're paid a $1 million NPR's Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem The hacking group black shadow has hit Israeli websites before But none is personal as atraf Israel's most prominent LGBTQ dating site used primarily by gay men This weekend the hackers leaked a sample list of a thousand users including cell phone numbers email addresses sexual preferences and HIV status They leaked it on their channel on the messaging app telegram and threatened to post the entire user database sometime Tuesday if they're not paid a ransom And this is definitely a social crisis for the LGBTQ community in Israel He lap here is with the aguada and Israeli LGBTQ advocacy group They've been fielding calls from users whose data was exposed and they've heard from users in the closet from communities not welcoming of their sexuality afraid they could be next Telegram has been trying to block the hackers accounts at Israel's request So what are hoping telegram will continue to cooperate with us because this is really life threatening for all those people potentially being outed Deal missing spokesman of a cybersecurity company checkpoint says the black shadow hackers appear to be located in Iran That shutter uses a code that duplicating or identical to code they were used by attacks that originated from Iran But it should be stressed that hackers that operated from Iran is not necessarily government entities or proxies of the government Israel's cybersecurity director had said it warned the dating site it was vulnerable The company tells NPR they have not paid the hackers ransom and are consulting the Israeli government about what to do next The clock is ticking Daniel Esther and NPR news Jerusalem And you are listening to all things considered from NPR news And at four 18 you're listening to it on 90.1 W ABE I'm Jim beers It's a pleasure to be with you on.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The first places families cut back to make ends meet. Is their food consumption. That level of reported hunger is higher than at any point during or after the great recession. So this really wasn't surprised and disturbing information to households with children are experiencing the brunt of the crisis nearly half of families in the census survey said. They are not very confident that they'll be able to afford enough food in the next four weeks meantime. Many americans are scaling back. Their thanksgiving plans because of the pandemic but turkey is still on the menu. Minnesota-based producer faces complaint or reclaims. Its birds come from family farms. Nonprofit groups have filed a petition with the federal trade commission against cargill one of the nation's largest turkey producers the complaint alleges cargill makes misleading labelling claims by suggesting independent family farms play a role in the production process. Angela huffman with the family farm action alliance says given the company size and scope. the labels. Don't match what's happening. These are not truly independent. family farms. Cargill is controlling the process the hallway through she contends the turkeys are largely produced in a factory farm setting the complaint also mentioned concerns about worker safety and the company's environmental impact and asks the ftc to investigate. The company declined a request for comment. But its website says its programs are in compliance with legal requirements. I'm mike mohan. And scientists georgia tech university of developed an event risk assessment tool to calculate the probability that someone with the virus might show up at your dinner table. Public health officials continue to discourage large gatherings for this thanksgiving. But it's hard to tell. How big is too big. Utah state epidemiologist. Dr angela dunn says the tool is available online and kim estimate risk with just a couple of mouse clicks. For example you live in salt lake county and you got fifteen people coming over for thanksgiving. There's over fifty percent chance at one of those individuals. We'll have co- voted which then of course magnifies the ability for cova to spread beyond that group of fifteen into the community done says the tool uses current data from each county the number of people at the event and the current rate of infection. Mark richardson reporting for more. Google covid nineteen risk and georgia tech. This is p. s. with recreational or medical use marijuana now legal in states one group to ensure that folks at ohio fully understand its potential health risks prevention action alliance executive director. Frank gervais explains that little is known about the safety implications marijuana use. She contends too. Many decisions are being made in publicized. That aren't based on scientific evidence. When you do a google search it felt very anecdotal and not factual citizens are better than anecdotal and sometimes wrong reports Efficacy they deserve the same standards of evidence that we require for prescription drugs. Says called evidence. From scientific trials and other research on marijuana using compiled a series of free fact sheets their online at prevention action alliance dot org mary. Sherman reporting medical marijuana was legalized in ohio. In two thousand sixteen however it is different than pharmaceutical medications. That have undergone thorough scientific trials in the days leading up to the november thirty election. Political pundits saw signs. that has stoically. Red state of texas might vote for joe biden. That didn't happen but democrats say optimistic about a turn around. Twenty twenty four. Claude cummings is with the communications workers of america as bad as we felt about not delivering texas to the biden harris ticket. Because we really thought we were close enough to do that. But the good news is we still slipped. The ball town is booth coming says. Most large metropolitan areas voted democrats in office but more feel work as needed in smaller communities to reach black and latino voters and finally are damp and our tells us how many conversations can be stressful especially in the air filled with misinformation and disinformation about the election. The pandemic and racial protests experts say folks can use compassion to make things a little easier at the thanksgiving table. Bridget todd with the group ultraviolet points out that distortion spread on social media by playing on people's fears mistrust of other groups. She says families can approach relatives. Who may have been misled with empathy using verified facts and avoiding. That can be hard as much as you don't want to talk about politics. And i my own wild cousins posting wild stuff in the family group chat. I think that it's really important that we remember that critical role that just being a trusted source of accurate information is in the fight to curb this information. She says she tracked social media. Campaigns that spread mistrust in communities of color about mail in ballots and facebook says it posted warnings more than one hundred and fifty million posts between march and september as part of its effort to protect election integrity. I'm diane bernard and this advisory fell. Broadcasters mothership declared a day off for thanksgiving but we will return. I on friday. This is mike clifford for public new service member and listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org four hundred fifty free like freedom. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three as we continue here. We're actually going to get into your phone calls and thoughts. You can of course take control of the airwaves. That is the point here on free. Talk live and coming up. We've been talking Over the last hour or so about some heroic business owners specifically the guys that own. The attila's jim in belmar new jersey. They gotta be the most noteworthy. I think of all the business owners. I've heard about early on there. Was that lady that had like a salon and dallas who stayed open and she raised five hundred thousand dollars in donations from people from across the country. There was also the old barber. I initially chicken. North michigan had an armed militia protecting him. At one point. I was a pretty awesome story. He was pretty ballsy. No doubt about it but the most the biggest conflict had to be between these gym owners in new jersey. Because i mean if you're new jersey you literally our governments are criminal gangs new jersey's got to be one of the most criminal. I mean it's without italian. It's the garbage state the people that actually live in new jersey. Call it the garbage state. I mean these people. I do they choose to live there then. Being you have the capacity to migrate humans. Have the in the tendency even though they have the capacity to my create. They had the tendency of stay put. They do they stay where they are born. The super majority of. And i don't understand why i don't either. I mean i did stay where i was born for the first twenty six years of my life sure but then i found somewhere else that i could go. That was better. Was it not always within your plan to leave your hometown or did it just sort of happen as because i always have different. You know history yet to leave. I didn't have any Disdain for where. I was living. I mean i didn't have a bad childhood or anything like that But as soon as i found the opportunity to go somewhere else that was more free. It's like well. That's a no brainer. Gotta go do that. So i moved to new hampshire. And i've been here for fourteen years and that's not to say that i wouldn't move again if they're really seemed like there was a more prospective freedom option on the table. I have yet to see it. I still think new hampshire is far and away the best option out there. So but unfortunately new hampshire is not a shining star in this whole cova. Cra- crackdown insanity. It's it's mid pack at best as far as the the various states in their levels of crackdown. it's not towards the the best end of them and it's not all the way towards the worst end of them. It's like.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yeah well that's not surprising you know. That's what the crested the moment that bureaucrat. You had to have a bureaucrats permission to open. The store was pretty much the moment you had to obey whatever the bureaucrat told you too because they had something over you that they take away and you ask for that right like you asked for the license so when you ask for something when you suffocate yourself in front of another person or group of people when you beg for some sort of benefit in this case the ability to open a business without having men with gun show up because that's what the license ultimately is then you are asking for something and you will do what they say and you'll continue to do what they say and this is this is proof of it but then again. I don't blame a business owner for doing that because well they know they're going to get targeted if they just opened up a business because then somebody else who also already went through the licensing process. They're going to call up and say hey. So and so's businesses open. They don't have a license. I got my license. You need to go shut them down so then you get the abuse victim mentality going of you know. Turn the turn the victims against the other victims right. Like oh i had to jump through all of those groups so should they. I had to pay all these costs to jump through the hoops and so it's not fair that they can just open up without doing anything and so they turn. The tape could have just opened up without doing that too that they chose. They did to get permission right. And because all of them have chose made that choice. It's the norm to make that choice. And so therefore anyone who actually doesn't make the choice is an enemy to the status quo and everyone turns against that person and that and here we are where we're now. Businesses are so afraid that they won't even open their doors without a permission slip so she says furthest bureaucrat again. She says we've already asked to be approved for a five star program like mesa counties. We were told. None are granted in the red status. Mesa's was granted when they were in protect our neighbor and it was allowed on a trial basis. She said every business in colorado has to follow our laws extra. Sorry this is. The governor says every business in colorado has to follow our laws. This is not political. Said another this is because we care about our community now one of the business owners again says quote. I will not let my staff go hungry or without a roof over their head for christmas. They have a right to survive. I'm here to say don't tread on me. I am going to survive. My people will prosper. Our community will grow stronger and this will happen because we all have a portion to do. That's the kind of talk. I like to hear strong sentiments Eight fifty five four fifty free. I hope he can back it up with action and that action is simple bring akshay. Oh yeah clive. 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It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com. You're listening to hartley. Newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven at heartland news dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public service newscast november. The forty fifth as thanksgiving approaches oregonians struggling with hunger because of the economic downturn from the covid nineteen pandemic. We get more from eric ticket off about one. In eleven oregon. Households isn't getting enough food to eat. According to new data from the census bureau janet bauer with the oregon center for public policy. Says one of the first places families cut back to make ends meet. Is their food consumption. That level of reported hunger is higher than at any point during or after the great recession. So this really wasn't surprised. Us and disturbing information to households with children are experiencing the brunt of the crisis nearly half a families in the census survey said they are not very confident that they'll be able to afford enough food in the next four weeks meantime. Many americans are scaling back their thanksgiving plans because of the pandemic but turkey is still on the menu. A minnesota based producer faces a complaint or reclaims. Its birds come from family farms. Nonprofit groups have filed the petition with the federal trade commission against cargill one of the nation's largest turkey producers the complaint alleges cargill makes misleading labelling claims by independent family farms play a role in the production process. Angela huffman with the family farm action alliance says given the company's size and scope the labels. Don't match what's happening. These are not truly independent. family farms. cargill is controlling. the process The hallway through she contends the turkeys are produced in a factory farm setting the complaint also mentioned concerns about worker safety and the company's environmental impact and asks the ftc to investigate. The company declined a request for comment but its website says its programs are in compliance with legal requirements. I'm mike mohan. And scientists georgia tech university of developed an event risk assessment tool to calculate the probability that someone with the virus might show up at your dinner table. Public health officials continue to discourage large gatherings for this thanksgiving. But it's hard to tell. How big is too big. Utah state epidemiologist. Dr angela dunn says the tool is available online and can estimate risk with just a couple of mouse clicks. For example you live in salt lake county and you have fifteen people coming over for thanksgiving. There's over a fifty percent chance at one of those individuals. We'll have covid. Which of course magnifies the ability for cova to spread beyond that group of fifteen in into the community done says to use current data from each county the number of people at the event and the current rate of.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rid of them. Birth we have some good news the indictments against russell alberton the district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice. Meaning they can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at ross outbreak. Denies it was never prosecuted or rolled on by jury. Putt was trumpeted by the federal government. And the media. As if it were proven fact. The maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court the fact that the judge used these allegations together all say draconian sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue. Sent this based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged trial. 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So this really was a surprise And disturbing information students. Households with children are experiencing the brunt of the crisis nearly half of families in the census survey said. They are not very confident that they'll be able to afford enough food in the next four weeks meantime. Many americans are scaling back their thanksgiving plans because of the pandemic but turkey is still on the menu. A minnesota based producer faces a complaint over claims. Its birds come from family forms. Nonprofit groups have filed the petition with the federal trade commission against cargo one of the nation's largest turkey producers the complaint alleges cargill makes misleading labelling claims by suggesting independent family farms play a role in the production process. Angela huffman with a family farm action alliance says given the company size and scope. the labels. Don't match what's happening. These are not truly independent. family farms. cargill is controlling. the process The hallway through she contends the turkeys are largely produced in a factory farm setting the complaint also mentioned concerns about worker safety and the company's environmental impact and asks the ftc to investigate. The company declined a request for comment but its website says its programs are in compliance with legal requirements. I'm mike mohan. And scientists at georgia tech university of developed an event risk assessment tool to calculate the probability that someone with the virus by shop. Your dinner table. Public health officials continued to discourage large gatherings for this thanksgiving. But it's hard to tell. How big is too big. Utah state epidemiologist. Dr angela dunn says the tools available online and estimate risk of just a couple of mouse clicks. For example you live in salt lake county. You have fifteen people coming over for thanksgiving. There's over fifty percent chance at one of those individuals. We'll have covid. Which then of course magnifies the ability for cova to spread beyond that group of fifteen and into the community done says the tool uses current from each county the number of people at the event and the current rate of infection. Mark richardson reporting for more. Google covid nineteen risk and georgia. Tech is pms with recreational or medical use marijuana. Now legal in most states. One group wants to ensure that folks at ohio fully understand if potential health risks prevention executive director. Frank gerg explains that little is known about the safety implications marijuana use. She contends too. Many decisions are being made in publicized. That aren't based on scientific evidence. When you do a google search it felt very anecdotal and not factual citizens deserve better than anecdotal and sometimes wrong reports of efficacy. They deserve the same standards of evidence that we require for prescription drugs. Line says called evidence from scientific trials and other research marijuana using compiled a series of free fact sheets their online at prevention action alliance dot org mary. Sherman reporting medical marijuana was legalized in ohio. In two thousand sixteen however it is different than pharmaceutical medications have undergone thorough scientific trials in the days leading up to the november thirty election. Political pundits saw signs that as stoically red state of texas might vote for joe biden. That didn't happen but democrats say they're optimistic about a turnaround and twenty twenty four claude. Cummings with the communications workers of america as bad as we felt about not delivering texas to the biden harris ticket. Because we really thought we were close enough to do that. But the good news is we feel.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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08:20 min | 1 year ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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That level of reported hunger is higher than at any point during or after the great recession. So this really wasn't surprised And disturbing information to households with children are experiencing the brunt of the crisis nearly half of families in the census survey said. They are not very confident that they'll be able to afford enough food in the next four weeks meantime. Many americans are scaling back their thanksgiving plans because of the pandemic but turkey is still on the menu. A minnesota based producer faces a complaint over claims. Its birds come from family farms. Nonprofit groups have filed the petition with the federal trade commission against cargill one of the nation's largest turkey producers the complaint alleges cargill makes misleading labelling claims by suggesting independent family farms play a role in the production process. Angela huffman with the family farm action alliance says the company size and scope. the labels. Don't match what's happening. These are not truly independent. family farms. Cargill is controlling the process The whole way through she contends the turkeys are largely produced in a factory farm setting the complaint also mentioned concerns about worker safety and the company's environmental impact and asks the ftc to investigate. The company declined a request for comment but its website says its programs are in compliance with legal requirements. I'm mike mohan. And scientists at georgia tech university of developed an event risk assessment tool to calculate the probability that someone with the virus by sharp at your dinner table public health officials. Continue to discourage large gatherings for this thanksgiving. But it's hard to tell. How big is too big. Utah state epidemiologist. Dr angela dunn says the tool is available online and can estimate risk with just a couple of mouse clicks for example if you live in salt lake county and you have fifteen people coming over for thanksgiving. There's over fifty percent chance at one of those individuals we'll have cove which then of course magnifies the ability for cova to spread beyond that group of fifteen into the community says the tool uses current data from each county the number of people at the event and the current rate of infection. Mark richardson reporting for more. Google covid nineteen risk and georgia tech. This is s with recreational or medical use. Marijuana is now legal in most states one group wants to ensure that folks at ohio fully understand its potential health risks prevention action alliance executive director franc. Gurvey explains that little is known about the safety implications marijuana use. She contends too. Many decisions are being made in publicized. That aren't based on scientific evidence. When you do a google search it felt very anecdotal and not factual citizens deserve better than anecdotal. And sometimes wrong reports a efficacy. They deserve the same standards of evidence that we require for prescription drugs. You has called evidence. From scientific trials and other research on marijuana using compiled a series of free fact sheets their online at prevention action alliance dot org mary. Sherman reporting medical marijuana was legalized in ohio. In two thousand sixteen however it is different than pharmaceutical medications. That have undergone thorough scientific trials in the days leading up to the november thirty election. Political pundits saw signs that storage red state of texas. Might vote for joe biden. That didn't happen but democrats say optimistic about a turnaround. Twenty twenty four claude. Cummings is with the communications workers of america as bad as we felt about not delivering texas to the biden harris ticket. Because we really thought we were close enough to do that. The good news is we still slipped. Some all town is coming says. Most large metropolitan areas voted democrats in office but more feel work as needed in smaller communities to reach black and latino voters and finally are damp and our tells us how many conversations can be stressful especially in the air filled with misinformation and disinformation about the election. The pandemic and racial protests experts. Say folks can use compassion to make things a little easier at the thanksgiving table. Bridget todd with the group ultraviolet points out that distortion spread on social media by playing on people's fears mistrust of other groups. She says families can approach relatives. Who may have been misled with empathy using verified facts and avoiding escalation as much as hard as much as. You don't want to talk about politics. And i i have my own wild cousins posting wild stuff in the family group chat. I think that it's really important that we remember that in critical role that just being a trusted source of accurate information is in the to curb this information. She says she tracked social media. Campaigns that spread mistrust in communities of color about mail in ballots and facebook says it posted warnings more than one hundred and fifty million posts which we march in september as part of its effort to protect election integrity. I'm diane bernard and this advisory fell broadcasters. The mothership declared a day off for thanksgiving but we will return first thing on friday. This is mike clifford for public service member and listener supported and.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Significant as thanksgiving approaches or a golden struggling with hunger because of the economic downturn from the covid nineteen pandemic with more from eric ticket. Off about one. In eleven oregon. Households isn't getting enough food to eat. According to new data from the us census bureau janet bauer with the oregon center for public policy. Says one of the first places families cutback to make ends meet. Is their food consumption. That level of reported hunger is higher than at any point during or after the great recession. So this really wasn't surprised. Us and disturbing information to see households with children are experiencing the brunt of the crisis nearly half families in the census survey said they are not very confident that they'll be able to afford enough food in the next four weeks meantime. Many americans are scaling back their thanksgiving plans because of the pandemic but turkey is still on the menu. A minnesota based producer faces a complaint over reclaims. Its birds come from family farms. Nonprofit groups have filed a petition with the federal trade commission against cargo one of the nation's largest turkey producers the complaint alleges cargill makes misleading labelling claims by suggesting independent family farms play a role in the production process. Angela huffman with the family farm action alliance says given the company size and scope. the labels. Don't match what's happening. These are not truly independent. family farms. Cargill is controlling the process the hallway through she contends the turkeys are largely produced in a factory farm setting the complaint also mentions concerns about worker safety and the company's environmental impact and asks the ftc to investigate. The company declined a request for comment. But its website says its programs are in compliance with legal requirements. I'm mike moen. And scientists the georgia tech university of developed an event risk assessment tool to calculate the probability that someone with the virus by shop at your dinner table. Public health officials continue to discourage large gatherings for this thanksgiving. But it's hard to tell how biggest too big utah state epidemiologist. Dr angela dunn says. The tool is available online. And can estimate risk with just a couple of mouse clicks for example if you live in salt lake county and you have fifteen people coming over for thanksgiving. There's over fifty percent chance that one of those individuals will have cove which of course magnifies the ability for cova spread beyond that group of fifteen into the community done says the tool uses current data from each county the number of people at the event and the current rate of infection. Richardson reporting for more google. Cova risk and georgia tech. This is pms with recreational or medical use marijuana. Now in most states one group wants to ensure that folks at ohio fully understand if potential health risks prevention executive director. Frank gerg explains that little is known about the safety implications of marijuana use. She contends too. Many decisions are being made in publicized. That aren't based on scientific evidence. When you do a google search it felt very anecdotal. Not factual citizens deserve better than anecdotal and sometimes wrong reports. Efficacy they deserve the same standards of evidence that we require for prescription drugs. Line says called evidence from scientific trials and other research on marijuana use and compiled a series of free fact sheets their online at prevention action alliance dot org mary. Sherman reporting medical marijuana was legalized in ohio and twenty sixteen however it is different than pharmaceutical medications have undergone thorough scientific trials in the days leading up to the november thirty election. Political pundits saw signs that stoically. Red state of texas might vote for joe biden. That didn't happen but democrats say. They're optimistic about turnaround and twenty twenty four claude. Cummings with the communications workers of america as bad as we felt about not delivering texas to the biden harris ticket. Because we really thought we were close enough to do that. But the good news. Is we still slip. Some all count is the booth coming says. Most large metropolitan areas voted democrats in office but more feel work as needed in smaller communities to reach black. And latino voters and finally are dan bernardo's honi conversations can be stressful especially in a year filled with misinformation and disinformation about the election. The pandemic and recycle protest experts. Say folks can use compassion to make things a little easier at the thanksgiving table. Bridget todd with the group ultraviolet points out that distortion spread and social media by playing on people's fears and mistrust of other groups. She says families can approach relatives. Who may have been misled with empathy using verified facts and avoiding escalation as much as. It can be hard as much as you don't want to talk about politics. And i i have my own wild cousins posting wild stuff in the family group. I think it's really important that we remember that in critical role that just being a trusted source of accurate information is in the fight to curb disinformation racks. Social media campaigns that spread mistrust in communities of color about mail in ballots and facebook says it posted warnings on more than one hundred and fifty million posts which we march in september as part of its effort to protect election integrity. I'm diane bernard and this advisory to fellow broadcasters. The mothership declared a day off for thanksgiving. But we will return first thing on friday. This is mike clifford for public news service member and listener supported and always online at news service dot. Org institu- from phoenix arizona. And general was another one of those days where we got nothing In the way of live sports but you might you from the coffee even though it means nothing going on in the world of sports that we talk about something going on right soccer almost always one of forty seven soccer league's going. All i i saw there was an alaska on the worldwide leader There was a u a e. f. A champions league game who've antics was playing another one of those channels. I was watching blue chips on fox sports one which I haven't really seen in a pretty long time. But i it's. It's a night that we didn't have anything in the way of college football I guess the mack is done playing their mid week games in the month of november here. Yeah it looks like it. So no mid. Week mac tion. Of course we're gonna get slew of an fell games that are scheduled anyway on thursday. Really not looking to promising for the ravens and the steelers new cases you even more cases coming out of the ravens camp Cowboys are on a short week because of a non covid related illness employ involving one of their assistant coaches college. Football college basketball to start on wednesday. We'll see if that happens..

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"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Out and per usual. The smaller schools are left out college. Basketball is about to start. Well maybe has a guest and no scores from e. bala territory is next. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed. Ready nip work at live dot heartland dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The public service doing newscast deliver the forty fifth as thanksgiving approaches oregonians struggling with hunger because of the economic downturn from the covid nineteen pandemic. We get more from eric ticket off about one. In eleven oregon. Households isn't getting enough food to eat. According to new data from the us census bureau janet bauer with the oregon center for public policy. Says one of the first places families cutback to make ends meet. Is their food consumption. That level of reported hunger is higher than at any point during or after the great recession. So this really was surprised. Us and disturbing information to households with children are experiencing the brunt of the crisis nearly half a families in the census survey said they are not very confident that they'll be able to afford enough food in the next four weeks meantime. Many americans are scaling back their thanksgiving plans because of the pandemic but turkey is still on the menu. A minnesota based producer faces a complaint over claims birds come from family farms. Nonprofit groups have filed a petition with federal trade commission against cargo one of the nation's largest turkey producers the complaint alleges cargill makes misleading labelling claims by suggesting independent family farms play a role in the production process. Angela huffman with the family farm action alliance says given the company's size and scope the labels. Don't match what's happening. These are not truly independent. family farms. cargill is controlling. the process The hallway through she contends the turkeys are largely produced in a factory farm setting the complaint also mentioned concerns about worker safety and the company's environmental impact and asks the ftc to investigate. The company declined a request for comment but its website says its programs are in compliance with legal requirements. I mike mohan. And scientists georgia tech university of developed an event risk assessment tool to calculate the probability that someone with the virus might show up at your dinner table. Public health officials continue to discourage large gatherings for this thanksgiving. But it's hard to tell. How big is too big. Utah state epidemiologist. Dr angela dunn says. The tool is available online. And kim estimate risk with just a couple of mouse clicks for example. If you live in salt lake county and you have fifteen people coming over for thanksgiving. There's over a fifty percent chance one of those individuals we'll have covid. Which of course magnifies the ability for cova spread beyond that group of fifteen in into the community done says the tool uses current data from each county the number of people at the event and the current rate of infection. Mark richardson reporting for more. Google covid nineteen risk and georgia tech. This is pms with recreational or medical use marijuana now legal in most states one group wants to ensure that folks ohio fully understand if potential health risks prevention action alliance executive director franc. Gurvey explains that little is known about the safety implications of marijuana use. She content too. Many decisions are being made in publicized. That aren't based on scientific evidence. When you do a quick google search it felt very anecdotal and not factual citizens deserve better than anecdotal and sometimes wrong reports of efficacy. They deserve the same standards of evidence that we require for prescription drugs. Alliance has called evidence from scientific trials and other research on marijuana use and compiled a series of free fact sheets. Their online at prevention action alliance dot org mary. Sherman reporting medical marijuana was legalized in ohio and twenty sixteen however it is different than pharmaceutical medications. That have undergone thorough scientific trials in the days leading up to the november election political pundit saw signs that a red state of texas might vote for joe biden. That didn't happen but democrats say they're optimistic about a turnaround and twenty four. Claude cummings is with the communications workers of america as bad as we felt about not delivering texas to the biden harris ticket. 'cause we really thought we were close enough to do that. But the good news is we still slipped. Some all town is the booth coming says. Most large metropolitan areas voted democrats in office but more feel work as needed in smaller communities to reach black and latino voters and finally are damp and our tells us honi conversations can be stressful especially ear filled with misinformation and disinformation about the election. The pandemic and racial protests. Experts say folks can use compassion to make things easier at the thanksgiving table. Bridget todd with the group ultraviolet points out that spread on social media by playing on people's fears and mistrust of other groups. She says families can approach relatives. Who may have been misled with empathy using verified facts and avoiding escalation as much as it can be hard as much as you don't wanna talk about politics and i i have my own wild cousins posting wild stuff. The family group chat. I think that it's really important that we remember that in critical role that just being a trusted source of accurate information is in the fight to curb this information. She says she tracked social media. Campaigns that spread mistrust in communities of color about mail in ballots and facebook says it posted warnings of more than one hundred and fifty million posts which we march in september as part of its effort to protect election integrity. I'm diane bernard and this advisory to fellow. Broadcasters mothership declared a day off for thanksgiving but we will return first thing on friday. This is mike clifford for public news service member and listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org because no one ever said life is fair. here's foul territory with jeff and jen on sports overnight america. Good evening everyone and welcome in his the foul territory program here on sports overnight america gen rich and jeff rich with you in studio from phoenix arizona and genitals was another one of those days where we got nothing In the way of live sports but You might dispute that From the coffee even though it means Nothing going on in the world of sports that we talk about something was going on right. We didn't soccer almost always one of forty seven soccer league's going boy. I saw there was an mls game on the Worldwide leader There was a u a e. f. A champions league game who've had tests was playing on another one of those channels. I was watching blue chips on fox sports one which i haven't really seen in a pretty long time but it's it's a night We didn't have anything in the way of college football. I guess the mack is done playing their midweek games in the middle of november here. Yeah looks like it. So no mid week max. Of course we're going to get these slew of nfl games that are scheduled anyway on thursday. Really not looking to promising for the ravens. The steelers new cases you even more cases are coming out of the ravens camp Cowboys are short week because of a non covert related illness involving one of their assistant coaches college football or college basketball. Supposed to start on wednesday. We'll see if that happens. A.

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Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

Radio From Hell

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

"Let's talk about alarming surges in corona virus cases across the United States yeah you know the U. S. south and the west raising fears that the outbreak is spiraling out of control and that hard won progress against the disease is slipping away because of resistance among many Americans to wearing a mask in keeping their distance from others confirming predictions of the easing of state walk downs over the past month and a half would lead to a comeback of the virus cases surpassed no that was cut off when we click on that cases surpassed a hundred thousand in Florida hospitalizations are rising dramatically in Houston and Georgia and stuff startling one in five of those tested in Arizona where Donald Trump is going to have a political rally are that one in five are proving to be infected over the weekend the virus seem to be everywhere at once several campaign staff members who helped set up president trump's rally in Tulsa tested positive as did twenty three Clemson University football players in South Carolina at least thirty members of the Louisiana State University team were isolated after becoming infected meat packing plants were also hit without breaks gene and I were talking before the show about the the women's soccer team that was I think it's for Landau Orlando pride they've withdrawn from the challenge Cup that happening here here in Utah because of numerous because really I think three players and four or five staff members of that team a Texas is among the number of states including Arizona Alabama Florida South Carolina whose governors have resisted statewide match requirements Utah we could put in with that as well it's not going well my friends it's not going well at all here in Utah Angela Dunn has urged governor Herbert to return coronavirus restrictions to the orange level statewide if Utah does not get down to an average of two hundred new cases per day by July first during the past week the state has averaged more than twice that many about four hundred and seventy new daily cases we're quickly getting to the point where the only viable option to manage spread and death will be a complete shutdown warns a memo from a doctor Angela Dunn the state epidemiologist the Utah department of health document which Dunn said was presented the leaders of the state's coronavirus response states that contact tracing and testing will not be enough to curb the rapid spread of covert nineteen the surge began twelve days after Herbert loosened restrictions by moving nearly all of the state to yellow or low risk status the memo notes on Monday the state reported four hundred and forty four new cases the twenty sixth day with more than two hundred cases this might be our last chance for course correction the

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"angela dunn" Discussed on X96

X96

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on X96

"Are government has decided to go is really recommending rather than enforcing those type the role when we look at other countries that have been successful they have been really heavy handed with regulation I mean if you look at New Zealand who now had no covert cases they didn't allow non essential businesses to open until they had zero cases spray there was no soft opening they closed their borders completely so we know that heavy handed policy work but the question is at what cost rate and so really balancing that economic impact in health impacted what our policy makers are trying to deal mmhm our working people get tests I've I've got a text tears as I went to three places trying to get tested yesterday but never could so in order to get tested we really want to make sure that those who have access to testing meter test and that includes of course anyone who hasn't been consistent with coverage but also people who are close contacts and to those who are confirmed to have Kobe thinking we want to make sure that they are tested as well and those referrals come directly from public health a public health department your local health department would reach out to you and recommend testing and give you a referral code all of the other testing phase will test you if you have symptoms consistent with coconut and and those are the people who really should be getting tested and so without knowing the specifics of why that individual can get tested you know I just I know who can install but there I mean there are but they are just private doctors who you can go go to them and they can test you no matter if you have symptoms are not well not for the PCR test so there's still that nasopharyngeal swab or throat plot that we're doing is still requiring you know all that PPV in the supplies and so you know if you have doc at the university of Utah intermountain steward healthcare you know those places will refer you to their own collection sites and then the antibody tests such as if you had been exposed in the past you can get that ordered through any provider as well doctor done Angela Dunn thank you so much thanks for the good work you're doing that please best to your family and I hope you all take care and stay safe and we'll talk to you again soon okay yeah I think you guys have a great day ninety six knows the debt has been through a lot this year we've.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on X96

X96

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on X96

"Nate Nate mold how are you mate I'm doing well I need is the on the coronavirus past work for the state of Utah and one thing we're kind of worried about and I'm sure you've thought of this when we're thinking about it with the protests that have been going on Angela Dunn is worried and I think everybody's worried that there's going to be a big uptick in corona virus cases yeah I know it's definitely something we I I think everyone's worried about losing a lot of groups gathered in there definitely it's hard to maintain social distancing you know he keeps sixty apart you know al a number of them are wearing masks which I think is is good I think that's a big message we're trying to help people understand it's just the importance of of why and when east you should wear a mask and and we hope that you know as we see people you know engaging and being out in the public more and more it is important that they do have mask him wear those masks whenever they're not able to maintain social distancing that means you know if you if you can't be further than six feet apart from someone you should have a mask on you and I think you know hopefully people are becoming more more aware of that and and have a mask on it and if you do not aware at all times if you're not you know if you're able to be further away from people but when you're not that's what you want but the mascot for the largest conference follow up on that you know the part of the problem though now we're not going to know whether the protesters or the fact that we're opening things up more in the state if if there is a big up tick what's causing well you know well my what I was going to say is we have a continued five day trend of daily jumps of over two hundred cases that was happening before the protests in which I think is kind of what you were saying that so we were already seeing an uptick passports think about that may yeah I I mean I know that you know as is we continue to open things up and people are are gonna be out more you know I don't think anyone is is over I mean we we anticipated that we would see an uptake we would see some numbers start to climb but the numbers that were watching most are are the ones that we're going to keep a close eye on so it's not so much that more people are testing positive it's more so our hospitals doing how how's the inventory in the the the ability to to build build to handle the the cases that are coming in and then also what's that the transmission rate like how it how are people getting mad and New York would that point you know when someone is tested positive there is a lot that the health department's due to bill to contact tracing and what that means is that they're talking to an individual in there trying to find out okay trying to identify where and how they may have gotten it do you know what is someone in their household where were they out in the public who were the around that may have either expose into a or could they have exposed to other people too and part of this is just be that bigger effort to help us understand better and try to contain it and prevent this that with you know in times of pandemic yeah we you know we have to do things a little bit different to really try to build that understand and help slow the spread and so that's something that is happening we won't know for a few days the impacts you know dissimilar to Memorial Day weekend we won't know for you know Intel probably this week the impact that we may see from you know people are gathering together with family barbecues for more a weekend in and so it is just a constant reminder we want to help people understand that we still need to be cautious we still need the even though we're opening things up we still got to be cautious and constructive social distancing I mean it really is a to park it is a part of learning how to live with this because I've been going anywhere it's still here so we have to figure out a way to look to live with it and and I'm afraid that's just the reality we can't keep up you're right I mean the people right when they say we can't keep thinking thing shut down forever that's not true we can't so we have to go out and and into the public but do it cautiously and responsibly so that we can live with this a little bit it because it's going to be around yep exactly and and that so we just hope that they continue to help people understand how you can do that and and you know wearing a mask social distancing being very cautious around people who are high risk making sure you're doing maybe a little extra care when you're around individuals who have you know immuno compromised or are older you know there are things that we all can be doing to it to help them as well well then how how do we convince people to wear masks that's been the big question that I have is I'm standing in line at the liquor store and yeah we're distanced and yeah they're only letting so many people in but there's a guy behind me not wearing a mask he's coughing and I want to say something to him but I know I'm just asking for trouble but how do we convince people that they are going to be doing all of this give me a piece of candy getting worse night give me some more tonight because I don't know what to say these people without you know coming office confrontational nine eight if that is the hardest part about this is people we have to have take on our own responsibility and I would be the best thing you can be doing is just wearing your mask you're sending a message to them by you wearing a mask and and and then also keep in that social distancing in I think that's the hard part is is that part of this is the guidelines is where mask when you can't maintain social distancing so some people I. K. I'm not I'm just gonna stay six feet apart but I know that sometimes that's hard to do especially when you're in a line and that's where also businesses are needing to do their part I'm not I'm not giving you words I have a eyes I apologize that's hard that's heartening and the only thing you can really do is at that point what can you do it you know permit you know keeping your distance from that individual and some people you know it is voiding out confrontation and it's probably wise so they're more about what you can do where Max B. B. sixty part I really I'm gonna care I'm a star Karen a big pot a pocket full of candy and if you if I see somebody without a mask and say Hey if you put on a mask will give you peace give me what you want to go yet that's what what color coded candy I I think stores where I am the only person around me that's wearing a mask and I did there's a little part of you that's like wait a minute I might being too cautious it was not me maybe on the one that's doing it no I would just leave I would just leave I am wearing my mask when I am out I just enumerated in maybe we lead by example is named was right now it's saying here yeah you know because of the liquor store yesterday we spend most of our time at the liquor store in the nation gathered that and well delivers everybody except one guy had on a mask he came in and people everybody in the liquor store looked at him any any any stopped and he left the store and he came back in a couple minutes later with a mask and you know there's no excuse for not having one Nate do they still have the program were any different get a free mask yeah I mean you still get one in and you know they're they they do take a look at the lab they're better getting those out to people but there there was a little bit of a wait time in getting them but really it's not covering your face so there is no excuse because you can use having theirs to Tory oils about how you can turn a sock into a mask so I mean you can use anything to cover your face yeah yes Sir I got mine from the the I. O. corpo coronavirus but Utah dot gov and there's a place there and I right clicked on it and I said I needed three and I got a man about a took about a week and a half and but and there's still some available so if you don't have one yet and you want one we encourage you to go to a crowd of our state Utah dot gov right Nate McConnell nice to talk to you and put on a mask when you go out I know you will yep you too thank you okay thanks misting on radio from hell thank god Paul let's hear oak okay yeah so I asked her cheese cake pie cake or other she replied anything you want baby hi the last word on eggs that's yes.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on X96

X96

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on X96

"Was more fired up that they're just bored since those onboard with death death so boring so today on the show we're going to pretty much discuss nothing but ice cream and pie no we got stated believe me Allah just Angela Dunn coming up let's ask what kind of ice cream she realized she loves pie that I interlude downloads pile but anything so and and if you like ice cream and pie why don't you check in with the radio from hell show now eight seven seven six oh two nine six nine six that's the number to call to check in with us let us know that you're just tired of it you're damn tired of it and all you want is ice cream and pie every American deserves every American wants and deserves ice cream and pie that's okay whatever must be running on eight seven seven six oh two nine six nine six that's the number to call please do it now to check in with the radio from hell show we'd love to hear from you because well it lets us know that you're out there and you're ready for ice cream and pie all right so we'll be back after these eight seven seven six oh two nine six nine six so many people here in Utah are going above and beyond to keep our community safe and functioning as best as possible X. ninety six percent the university federal credit union hero if you'd like to nominate a hero of the week please go to X. ninety six dot com a lot of snow will choose a different hero each week and reward them with free stuff and a hearty thank you this could be your UPS driver health care workers police firefighters the folks keeping our grocery stores open in stock anyone you feel deserve proper recognition let us know who deserves to be our university federal credit union hero of the week X. ninety six dot com is university federal credit three times reward points on purchases made at local restaurants thanks for listening X. ninety six powered by the advocates in Scott hill plumbing heating and air strong Volkswagen is fully open for business our six six two program is in effect all other customers are welcome it's time to fully reopen but responsibly everyone is now eligible for forty percent off brand new strong Volkswagen up to forty percent off even Janice from thirteen nine that's thirty nine for two thousand nineteen Jetta S. with a lifetime warranty no charge and of course six six two six months no car payments and sixty years no interest plus your mortgage or rent paid for two months at strong Volkswagen we're keeping our employees and our customers say we've now doubled or sanitizing efforts cars chairs desks from floor to ceiling professionally sanitized all day every day we're following CDC guidelines solo test drives and six feet social distancing the economy has taken a big hit and the employees of strong felt it's time to open again responsibly at strongholds like strong VW dot com strong B. W. dot com life is all about choices each one bringing to right where you are today these decisions affect your family friends workplace unfortunately your community as humans are resilient we change we can always be better for ourselves and one another that's why university of Utah health these health insurance from a different perspective providing medical and pharmacy services that need to where you are they understand how where you receive.

"angela dunn" Discussed on X96

X96

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on X96

"The Idris Elba crime daughter drama Luther and Ricky Gervais is original version of the office will also be streaming on the platform you're also getting space ghost coast to coast in aqua teen hunger force a lot of the adult swim stuff is going to be on there when it comes to movies a space Odyssey the alien franchise Blade Runner the final cut Bravehearts citizen Kane Die Hard Friday the thirteenth gone with the wind the Beatles a hard day's night draws elm the only street nightmare on Elm Street franchise rebel without a cause in V. for vendetta all of that going along with HBO MAX previously announced daytime slate of programming a loony tunes brand new loony tunes cartoon ASEAN which right is already the yellow gloves has anybody explain the yellow gloves we looked into it hi when bugs first appeared early early on when he first appeared you have yellow blobs and then they transition to white gloves and that's the bugs that we now yeah he originally appeared yet yellow gloves and so that's why they did it wrong also HBO's Perry Mason reboot a new season of the Duplass brothers room one oh four which was pretty terrible Jordan Jordan Peele Jordan his adaptation of Lovecraft country H. B. O. Max officially launches on may twenty seventh at a fourteen ninety nine price point now if you're confused about the difference between HBO Max said HBO go and HBO now well you're not alone good luck yeah what can they just put it all on one thing and you call in and call it the HBO well they should but they won't the H. B. O. Max thing was originally going to be titled Warner brothers something and they they ran some tests and what nobody knows or identifies what that is but they know what HBO is certain so we're we're gonna call it's the Warner brothers library it's all that stuff so it's I mean it's going to be a pretty good service if it's functional it's it's got a lot of content so it's one that you probably should have won fifteen Bucks a month yeah yeah okay there's things all right let's move on here chew sorry here we go the state of Utah reports no new deaths related covert nineteen that's as of yesterday there more hospitalizations the the illness a total went up a little bit of Dr Angela Dunn says that we seem to be holding steady though were were were in pretty good shape and so that's given governor Herbert confidence to announce that the Utah the whole state with the exceptions of grand summit and Wasatch counties and Salt Lake City in West Valley city will move from orange to moderate risk Aurora room removed from orange or moderate risk to yellow or low risk of starting on Saturday so we'll see how that goes it's very meaningful well let me let me start here a state senator Dan McKay hopes that our reaction to corona virus may help us solve another problem that help also makes us sick particle pollution that gathers in the valley every winter winter inversions it's very meaningful that we take every tragedy that happens and try to figure out what and that's what we can learn from a case said the senator state senator he's a Republican from Riverton says he hopes that one positive lesson we can take from all of this is that many of Utah's commuters people who commute to work can stay home when the inversion gets bad mmhm he intends to introduce a bill in the next legislative session classifying state employees as worksite essential and worksite and worksite awful optional the bill would then set guidelines for when the air quality concerns are high enough to ask the latter group the work site optional people to stay and work from home this is an opportunity for us to get out of our own way by making an improvement in our air quality McKay said the CDC has issued a checklist for re opening schools centers for disease control and prevention said that this this lasted these flow charts are meant to help schools restaurants transit systems and other businesses decide when to re open during the pandemic the decision mostly composed a basic tips that can serve as a checklist for businesses when they open in in the slide for restaurants and bars the CDC says the establishment should feel comfortable opening I think you know and it seems kind of odd to say that but I think that's that comfort level is is it means a lot not only businesses their comfort level at opening but then then customers what is your comfort level my color level is very maybe old mates but maybe you find places maybe you'll find places you go you know I think I'm okay here this seems pretty good I'm okay I'm come I'm comfortable enough to give it a try I think that's that's the hope certainly the White House is claiming that that Lindsey Graham will not call Barack Obama in for questioning sure I was hoping that he would actually please Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee is taking a pass on president trump's call to haul in Barack Obama for sworn testimony on what trump is calling but McGee senator Lindsey Graham a fierce trump ally said the idea wasn't practical due to executive privilege matters after trump fumed about a political crime and called on Lindsey Graham to use his office to go after Obama okay with the I would love to see Jim Jordan tried to corner Barack Obama in any kind of copper zinc position it would be hilarious Jim Jordan just popping right you don't you don't you know who the say Hey kid is no Hey Willie Mays yeah Willie Mays yeah very good Kerry say Hey kid because everybody always go say Hey Willie Mays yeah that's the only way I knew that he's I didn't know he's still alive Willie Mays is still yeah he's he's eighty nine well baseball is is his whole out well let his way to express himself said John Shea co author of a new book that Willie Mays has helped him write twenty four life stories and lessons from the say Hey kid and a longtime baseball writer for the San Francisco Chronicle that's the his co writer Jon J. he doesn't have access to all the players and the people for that taste of baseball which he just lives for may's current eighty nine last week he's home bound in Atherton California because of the corona virus he lives with his personal assistant and a friend who was the caretaker for a Willie Mays wife may before she died in twenty thirteen my fave maze she was made names yeah my thing said Willie Mays is to keep talking and keep moving that's the best thing to do he's collaborated on books before but this one feels like the the final one so that I think that's kind of fascinating I had no idea he was still around and there are there are some pictures of Willie Mays some still photos of like there's one of him sliding it C. stole third base street and that's pretty hard to do and dealing third baseman sliding in and he just looks great anyway there we go all right sports weather traffic well I know you've both been wondering how Queen Elizabeth is doing in quarantine I'm sure you know she's also known as the say Hey kid in England well she's a she's reportedly making the most of her time and walk down sources tell Vanity Fair and she's in excellent spirits and why is she so happy well because all of her regular events are canceled and she can ride horses every day.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"We'll have details at noon today about the businesses that can re open tomorrow if they follow the state's guidelines to keep employees and customers safe and that includes curbside service but the governor says the re opening and recovery of California's economy will take some time going to take longer than I think a lot of people think it's gonna take a lot longer than people are saying this is serious never experienced anything like this in our lifetime this is depression era numbers in terms the unemployment you'll see across this country not just in the state of California again please just do the math on the number of unemployed Californians that a file just since March twelfth you can hear the governor's news conference live at noon right here on kogo meantime you're in San Diego they are asking people to continue to follow public health orders and head of any potential openings Friday people at hearing to our orders have gotten us to where we are today so we have confidence in our San Diego county residents and our businesses that everyone will do the right thing our business is to date have just been very innovative and adhering to social distancing strategies and implementing them Dr Wilma Wooten public health officer in San Diego says eight additional people have died from corona virus in the county the total is now a hundred fifty eight seven of the eight new Kate had new cases underlying medical conditions overall ninety six percent of those who have passed away from the virus had these kinds of conditions including cancer diabetes or heart and lung disease Utah's annual Sundance Film Festival may have been an early hot spot in the corona virus pandemic Sundance seems like it was a really long time ago but it was definitely at the beginning of this outbreak Utah department of health epidemiologist Dr Angela Dunn said yesterday she believes the corona virus was probably circulating at Sundance given the international crowd that annually attends the festival Dunn said the information hold little public health value though attendees could get an antibody test to see if they have the virus The Hollywood Reporter has published an article saying that some who attended the Park City festival in late January came down with an illness that had symptoms similar to covert nineteen Sandiego theme parks working with the tourism authority to try to craft safety plans when they're allowed to reopen all workers getting covered training and the temperatures checked before every shift there will also be increased cleaning and no touch payment options but epidemiologist Dr Tyler Smith tells reporting partner ten news the rides are iffy every ninety seconds even if you have the disinfectant you know it doesn't mean that something's.

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Utah legislators to create guidelines for reopening the state economy

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00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Utah legislators to create guidelines for reopening the state economy

"House speaker Brad Wilson said legislators will create guidelines to start re awakening the state's slumbering economy slumber and his comatose is not carefully methodically as quickly as possible and responsibly by the end of the month state epidemiologist Angela Dunn said during her Daily News conference that the goal of reopening the economy gradually by the end of the month is great to have but it should be done based on data one of the bills considered would create a commission assigned to craft such a framework with three different economic health guidance levels in the state would use that the state could use for a phased reopening the commission would have to present those proposed guidelines to governor Herbert by April tenth twenty second he would then either implement or explain why he is implementing them by the end

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"angela dunn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The good news though is the contact tracing becomes really important after you get past the peak and you're able to start letting up on some of the physical distancing so we have time to build the tools that we need and those tools include an army essentially of contact tracers state epidemiologist Angela Dunn says some twelve hundred state employees have signed up to help with contact tracing of those about one hundred sixty have been trained and are already on the job she says that's on top of about fifty state health officials who are assisting local departments where most of the on the ground work is done they've been about twenty five hundred confirmed cases roughly twenty deaths from the disease here so far forecast for when the people had ranged from days to weeks you know anybody's come into close contact with the confirmed case they need to be followed up with daily to assess for their symptoms their temperatures and sometimes are checked twice a day and that's currently what are state teams are doing for a handful of jurisdictions the end credits the state's early efforts of social distancing for putting Utah in a position to be ready for contact tracing even though the state is one of about seven it doesn't have an editor sorry state home water the fictive contact tracing goes beyond simply tracking down people who had contact with someone who's tested positive they sometimes need to be convinced to cooperate including self isolating or being quarantined for up to two weeks when that could cost them a job or they don't have a place to go and that is not a problem that could email a G. that is our logistics problem Kristin **** is the executive director of the governor's office of management and budget she says that Utah is unique in approaching the pandemic as an operations problem she says it's like a great chef who needs a good restaurant manager and we need the medical community and their expertise but you also need a machine that can move all the heart and there's a lot of heart and a lot of parts you need to work together **** says that it takes a whole of government approach local state and federal levels but just like the virus itself putting that all together can appear invisible but once all the elements are in place then there can be a recipe for success for NPR news I'm Enterobacter.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on KCRW

"To call of social distancing American needs to move to a second phase of response to the covert nineteen pandemic that phase should be about contact tracing this is where people who come into contact with those who test positive identified tested and isolated Utah is one of the states that is getting ready for this Andrew Becker with member station K. U. E. R. in Salt Lake City reports contact tracing is a decades old tactic in the public health playbook for responding to infectious diseases but it hasn't been one that states have been able to use because of lack of testing capacity it's only now starting to scale up what we need is enough capacity to test everyone who's ill and to have our capacity then test their contacts Dr injured could be a is the chief of pediatric infectious diseases at the university of Utah he says that new town now has the capacity to do five thousand test today more than double what they've been doing state officials say that they should soon wrap up to seven thousand a day with an additional push from the local tech sector still VS as you talk with a population of just over three million people isn't quite ready for full scale contact tracing I don't think anyone is ready to do it effectively today the good news though is the contact tracing becomes really important after you get past the peak and you're able to start letting up on some of the physical distancing so we have time to build the tools that we need and those tools include an army essentially of contact tracers state epidemiologist Angela Dunn says some twelve hundred state employees have signed up to help with contact tracing of those about one hundred sixty have been trained and are already on the job she says that's on top of about fifty state health officials who are assisting local departments where most of the on the ground work is done they've been about twenty five hundred confirmed cases roughly twenty deaths from the disease here so far forecast for when the people had ranged from days to weeks you know anybody's come into close contact with the confirmed case they need to be followed up with daily to assess for their symptoms their temperatures and sometimes are checked twice a day and that's currently what are state teams are doing for a handful of jurisdictions the end credits the state's early efforts of social distancing for putting Utah in a position to be ready for contact tracing even though the state is one of about seven it doesn't have a medic sorry state home order effective contact tracing goes beyond simply tracking down people who had contact with someone who's tested positive they sometimes need to be convinced to cooperate including self isolating or being quarantined for up to two weeks when that could cost them a job or they don't have a place to go and that is not a problem that could email a G. that is our logistics problem Kristin **** is the executive director of the governor's office of management and budget she says that Utah is unique in approaching the pandemic as an operations problem she says it's like a great chef who needs a good restaurant manager and we need the medical community and their expertise but you also need a machine that can move all the heart and there's a lot of part in in a lot of parts you need to work together **** says that it takes a whole of government approach local state and federal levels but just like the virus itself putting that all together can appear invisible but once all the elements are in place then there can be a recipe for success for NPR news I'm Andrew backer insult.

"angela dunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Research decisions guided by public health experts if the medical experts say to us if I'm told by the medical people here that that there's a problem having the same Patrick's day parade there's a problem in in other parades then we will take the appropriate action we're not there in Boston right now and governor Baker says the risk of the corona virus for the general public here in Massachusetts remains extremely low eleven town officials and employees of Norwood including the general manager are now in self quarantine after they attended a private event with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus after the event last week in the town of Norwood general manager develop symptoms he was tested yesterday for Kobe nineteen he will work from home in the town will continue to operate as normal town hall will be open during normal business hours the town is aware of one other resident who is not a town employee who will need to be tested after displaying initial symptoms the person who tested positive for the corona virus is in Norwood resident but is not a town employee showed me while public health officials in Utah have confirmed their first presumptive positive case of covert nineteen confirm within that state the patient is believed to have contracted the virus while on board a previous voyage on the grand princess cruise ship which remains docked outside San Francisco and Corentin with his current passengers Utah state epidemiologist Dr Angela di Angela Dunn she says the patients sought treatment with their health care provider upon his return to station is recovering in their home it is under a county issued home isolation order Utah governor Gary Herbert has declared a state of emergency she the owner of a barber shop in Medfield under arrest thirty eight year old Irvine Pesaro of Oxbridge was arrested back in February charges four counts of indecent assault and battery on an intellectually disabled person and one count of rape the recent arrest was not Patara was first Irving Presario is currently being held without bail at the Norfolk County house of corrections coming up the latest on campaign twenty twenty the race for the.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Matters where you get your news WBZ news radio a very chilly thirty four degrees right now bright sunshine in Boston at nine o'clock good morning to you and Tina gal here's what's happening nearly a dozen people in Norwood are in self quarantine after coming in close contact last weekend with a person who has tested positive for the corona virus more details from WBZ's don Huff eleven town officials and employees attended an event last Sunday at a private residence among the officials now when self quarantine is the town's general manager Tony Mizuho who officials say developed cold like symptoms and as a precaution has been tested for corona virus Mizuho says he'll be working remotely from home and the town will continue operating as normal what town hall being open during normal business hours if those in self quarantine show no symptoms they'll be able to return to work a week from Monday don Huff WBZ Boston's newsradio meanwhile there are now eight people here in Massachusetts who have tested positive for corona virus that includes one confirmed case and seven cases that are still waiting for final confirmation from the federal CDC governor Baker says the risk of the virus for the general public here in the state remains very low at least eight people who attended a Biogen conference at the Marriott long wharf at the end of February are now being tested for the virus five of the eight are from the greater Boston area T. U. R. bottle Jan employees from Europe and one from Tennessee the company released a statement noting that anyone who attended this meeting is being asked to stay in quarantine every bile Jan employee and contractor here in Massachusetts and locations in North Carolina and Switzerland has been asked to work from home until further notice and the corona virus continues to spread out western out seeing our first positive case of novel coronavirus in the state of Utah the patient is believed to have contracted the virus while on board a previous voyage on the grand princess cruise ship you all state epidemiologist Dr Angela Dunn during a press conference announcing the diagnosis she also says that patients on treatment with their health care provider upon their return and remains in home isolation it's nine oh to the boy scout motto is be prepared timely advice given how the corona virus outbreak has greatly affected our world in just a short amount of time well in Milton today a boy scout merit badge event is just getting under way focusing on the virus and being prepared at all times WBZ sherry small joins now live from at Milton sherry.

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"angela dunn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"angela dunn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It's okay to trim it to keep it in bounds so it stays nice and full and then that sort of thing go out there today and if you if you were listening earlier we talked about taking your yard to the next level take an extension cord out there and play with some different shapes in see if you can visualize it and see if you like expanding a bed in that type of thing you'll be surprised how an extension cord can really help you to tweak your you know your your visualization technique I will see you next week everybody on the garden rebel for free landscape estimate write to us regarding rebel at AOL dot com this is news ninety six point five W. V. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now from ABC news hi Michelle Franzen cases of the coronavirus Jumpin in new state announcing our first positive case of novel coronavirus in the state of Utah Utah state epidemiologist Dr Angela Dunn says it appears a person who was on board a previous grand princess cruise ship the same ship docked off the coast of San Francisco was infected Hawaii to we do have our first case of confirm call cold foods nineteen here in the islands because resident who traveled on the grand princess governor David he gave ice president Mike pence earlier on Friday announcing so far twenty one individuals on the grand princess that has a new round of passengers on board have tested positive bringing the total to at least two hundred and thirty four confirmed cases in the U. S. the death toll also on the rise seventeen people now dead the majority of them in Washington state a long term care facility the president traveling to Atlanta visiting CDC headquarters and asking the public not to panic as the nation's health leaders try to meet the demand for test kit president trump visited the centers for disease control in Atlanta and insisted the federal government has the corona virus outbreak under control the president also said corona virus tests are available to everybody who needs them anybody.

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