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"arizona department health services" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"I think the local media certainly did a good job of covering as as it was going on and reporting things like they're some of the road started to buckle. There was power. Outages reported those very quickly. They tried to report that cooling center locations and kind of the changing criteria for where those places were and what the operating hours were and even things like try met. I'm transit system had cables that were literally melting due to extreme heat. And so i think a lot of that was reported incredibly quickly so i think on the on the other hand kind of some national national coverage of it that just focused on the heat wave aspect and not attributing gets a climate change and i think there was some pushback and some of the stories actually get corrected and climate change was later added into those. Do you think it's using. I'm thinking of people who are urban planners but then the public themselves that they are having trouble understand the difference between a changing climate and weather extremes and i guess i'm even focusing more those planners that they're like wow look what happened over here maybe we should do some things different. And if there's such a front page quality to some of these things like this heat wave do people down at the planning level. Is that useful to them. Do you think they are reacted or does it. Filter right down into what they do. In other ways. Yeah no. I think that's exactly what makes extreme heat hard to govern. Which is what i study. And so there's chronic aspect like we talked about that sometimes dealt better with those long term changes to the built environment to reduce urban heat island effect and then there's that kind of emergency management side of things and heat management strategies that said. He's need to pursue unrelated related to getting information about oncoming waves to the public and getting things cooling centers opened shutting down sports events. And all of those. And i think there's also disciplinary disconnects. Like we talked about two so right now. Heat mitigation strategies are seeing as an are seen in are functionally very much. The kind of the planners landscape architects architects realm where the heat management strategies are very much in public health and emergency management and. They think there's actually a lot of opportunities for better connecting all of those together because where we mitigate heat and the built environment can also tell us the appropriate places to put in cooling shelters and things like that so so there's a lot of there's a lot of disconnects between those right now and i think there's a lot of opportunities to better coordinate all of those activities together. The city miami just appointed the first chief heat officer in the nation. I think that's accurate from the key coverage. I've miami dade county miami dade county. I know better. I should know that it's all just southeast florida. They're all one giant strip mall when it gets crap for that you. Can we ask now i. They're talking about miami for awhile now. So that's exciting. That's very last name gilbert. You know her full name. Yes jane gilbert was the city of miami's previous chief resilience officer and she's been appointed miami. Dade county's interim chief heat officer while they while they look for funding and try to build that position up in one of the articles that had a list of five or six bullet points. Okay what is this position supposed to do. And it's like that looks pretty good. Do you think they've set her up well to do what they wanted to do. Yeah that's a good question. I think there's no answer to that right now. Because it's such an emerging area of governance. And they're such the forefront they're such forefront vet the city of phoenix actually just created office if he'd response in mitigation also and so. I think those are the first two examples in the united states. We have had staff city staff before that have been appointed the people to the heat. But it's usually along with other climate risks. So i think they use it there. I two examples of people that are truly dedicated to heat as arrest. And it'll be really interesting to see which approaches work best and what we can learn from so that other cities can kind of apply them to their own situations. Well we certainly wish her lock. And i think a sign that you know. How series is the government taking his like. Is there a budget attached to the work that she's doing i think at the moment. They're still looking for funding. a hope. she's a good grant writer. Because i think that's going to probably be. She makes a lot of progress. But i think a lot of people will be watching what she does. That's i think that's really cool. I want to talk about. Maybe how some cities are doing this and so miami. And they've appointed to chief heat officer and i was reading as i was getting ready for this. How you have to think big. And i wanna get your opinion on what cities are doing it. Well and why do they do it. Well you're gonna need to get into details. Or what are they doing. But if you just mentioned how does a city really respond to this issue to have good leadership along those lines. And there was a city in germany i was reading that stood guard and they actually have reconfigured some of the roads that 'cause there's mountains aaron i think it flows air through the city. They used the entire city as sort of event and made ordinances that. You can't build buildings in the pathway of these airways and i thought that was just really cool thinking big thinking macro so what cities are doing it. Well yeah that's a good question. I think everyone sell back up. And say and my colleague jeremy road i have done a survey of planners across the united states all different regions looking at how they're cities addressing extreme heat in the previous noah funded project where we did interviews and planning analysis looking at how different cities again kind of across the country are planning for heat both chronic and heat risk and so. I think what we found is that everyone focuses on a little bit different parts of it depending on what the risks are and there's no one great example that everyone should follow right now but some cities are doing things better than others and i would say. The city of phoenix administering a really good job with connecting different levels of governance on heat. And so the city works very closely with the arizona department health services and the national weather service to kind of do a heat relief network is what they call it where they make sure that those warnings get out really quickly and they have kind of cooling center response. I would point to.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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07:55 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Talk about the word outbreak two or more cases in a school. Can you explain the definition? And then I will follow up question about that word because it's scaring a lot of people. What exactly constitutes an outbreak? So in epidemiology and outbreak is anything over an anticipated number of cases When we're talking about a school, the definition is two or more cases that are not household contacts or have another source of contact outside of the school. That's when we would start working with the school and they should report to public health is that number but saying the word outbreak it made me think of much many more cases. And there are some schools that are closing down in panel county. They're closing them down for two or three cases in a school. Do you think that's a little bit of overkill? So our local health departments are the boots on the ground. They are the experts in public health in their communities, and they work with each school on a case by case basis, So it's going to depend on what they're seeing on the ground and what the risk factors are. So if there's a school that has a large number of high risk Children, they may recommend that that school go to a virtual learning during Thie. During the incubation period, where other schools they may be ableto facilitate remaining open for in person education and working with the contacts. The Wilson School District in Phoenix has closed because of outbreak Now, I didn't see in the story. How many cases that is If you were asked for the advice. What would that number look like for you is are a number of cases are, as you say, the other extenuating circumstances to consider. I think it's it really is a case by case basis. You have tto look at those extenuating circumstances. So if you would have multiple classrooms in a school that had cases That might signal that you've got on going transmission if you have two cases in the same classroom, But they've done a great job, physical distancing and they've worn masks. That may just be a recommendation for those students to stay home for their 10 days until they get better and for close contacts and friends who have spent time very close to those students. Stay home for a 14 Day quarantine period and watching what the schools have done that have opened. I was very impressed with the way they were handling them. We'll issue was a great example of being able to manage cases and stay open. Is that how you feel from what you've seen so far? Yes. So far are schools have done a great job as they've been returning to in person school. We anticipated that there would be cases when we brought everyone back. But they have great mitigation strategies. They are requiring the use of masks and the parents are being very cooperative and notifying the schools of cases. A story in the media this morning talking about a surge. We're in the middle of our third surge of covert 19. Do you feel the way you were anticipating? More cases began? Open things up. Is this what you anticipated or higher numbers than you anticipated? So we are seeing an increase over the last few weeks in both the number of cases and the percent positivity. We remain concern and on high alert, But we have been since January when we got our first case. We do believe that we will see an increase and continued increase in cases. And so we encourage everybody Now is not the time to stop wearing masks and, you know, resuming normal activities. We need everybody to continue doing a great job at mask wearing, staying, physically distanced and staying home when you're sick. Arizona Department health Services director of Dr Characteristics, joining us when you when you as you see these numbers go up. Is you saying you're being diligent, But at what point is there a place you can tell us? Is there a level that you can tell us where you would begin to consider taking a step backward either in the schools or businesses? So we continue to watch the data and, you know, are updating our benchmark metrics on a weekly basis this week. All of our county's going to remain either in a moderate or minimal category. But what we would be looking for is all three metrics to return to a substantial category. So over 100 per 100,000 cases over 10% positivity and a significant increase in covert like illness in our hospitals, we would work. Those local communities to identify what the extenuating circumstances were so that we could make recommendations to keep those Arizona and safe when we know those two data dashboards with one for schools, and one for business is going to be released here in about 20 minutes or so. Did you see anything in any of those, either of those dashboards that concerned you specifically So we are seeing in specific counties. We are seeing increases in rates and increases in percent positivity. What seems to be different, according to my epidemiologist here is that instead of it just being the general statewide increase, like we saw in May and June and July. We're seeing it in specific pockets. And so we are working very closely with those jurisdictions to implement recommendations and help them work some through some of the specific circumstances. All right. Scale of 1 to 10. How concerned are you about seeing another spike based on the numbers you're seeing right now? Well, I think one of the concerning things that as I look at our data, we are seeing an increase. We know that the major demographic is our 18 like 2 30 year old with the increase that's going on around the nation and people coming home like from colleges to Arizona. Thanksgiving has me highly concerned that about 10 to 14 days after Thanksgiving, we will see a significant increase. So again, we're we're reminding Arizonans. Thanksgiving may look a little different this year than it has in the past in crunching the numbers, which they make fun of me because I do this every day. I look at the numbers of your under 55 years old. The risk of being killed or being fatal from covert 19 is extremely low, and then it seems to jump very significantly over 65. Is there any research on why that is and is that you believe that's going to stay consistent? So that's what the data seems to be showing is that those that are over the age of 55? Especially if you're over the age of 65. You were at a much higher risk of dying from Cove it if you come down with it, we also know that patients should get hospitalized have a higher risk. So what we want to encourage people is even if you aren't at high risk, you probably have someone you love who is and so please remember to wear that mask, especially if you don't live with them, and you are visiting them because what we're seeing is transmission in small household gatherings where people feel that they're with close friends or with their family members, and it is safe to remove the masks. It's safe to get close to them. And we're finding out that that is causing increased transmission. Let's talk about the mask mandates. We know that Scottsdale's rescinded. There's we now know the Kingman is rescinding. There's how do you feel about cities? Removing that mask mandate. We would like everyone to wear a mask in Arizona. Luckily, the majority of our state is still covered in a mask mandate, Maricopa County and Pema counties. Both do have required mouth mandates but part of the mitigation strategies for those businesses that have opened or restaurants. Regardless of whether there's a mask mandate. You need to wear a mask. If you are in a gym in a restaurant in a bar in a movie theater, and that's just a requirement by the department on those industries. Dr Christa's always We appreciate the wealth of information, and we're looking forward to the updated dash boards in a few minutes. Yes, and our school dash Our school dashboard will look different today. So take a look at it when it goes live. Absolutely thanks, Doctor. Thank you. That is Dr characterised on the Department of Health Services. He is concerned, especially about Thanksgiving. No word on of anything going backwards. But she says she is seeing numbers climate a big concern of what might happen at Thanksgiving coming up in a moment. Of course, it's Gaydos and the big Q poll question of the day and then we will talk about the last presidential debate.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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03:24 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Do not ask that right? Airline does telling us masks of the greatest defense. That's what Dr Theresa Cullen said. It's a lie. Let's jump to Marco. Quick! Mark. Welcome to can s t Hi, Mark. Hey, So here's the way that you can heat the numbers high. Legally or honestly, I about three months ago, I wouldn't have to test and I have the antibodies. Apparently, I was exposed to it. I remember having a cooperating But I had to have a test on the doctor's office about two months ago. Have you owe the dentist office and they have required me to take a test and want to get to give a positive because I have the antibodies. And last week I had to take him to the E M T once again, give a positive I'm three of the five cases in my town. I mean, on unarmed, honestly, like like that. That's huge that that, you know, you know, I had my neighbour went and had to go on a blood and they tested him. He had antibodies, and so did his wife. And I said, You're also going to count is a new case. Yeah, but it's gonna look like when this nurse said, you have to be tested every week. Every week. She'll be in no case. I never heard of this. You have to get tested to go to your dentist's office. Yeah, because they're working in your mouth. I want to make sure you don't have elevated and the ante up a man. I'm going to nail clinic the ear nose throat he required because he's dealing with a pro. So they might not all be blinded. You know, See if we had any lawmakers that were worth a damn. They would Rass this question to the Arizona Department health Services that if somebody you know has to take the test by going to different doctors for procedures. You know, it's the same person. And you know what's gonna happen? Here's the thing. They're going to count you as three tests and about two or three months from now they're gonna look at the number. It's the same number and they're going to D duplicate in three months, But by then it's going a spike because of you. You have the jobs? Don't I live in the Dumpster area, And every time we go, that never goes up. By what? We only have four cases. I'm three of us on bull. I mean, that's that's that's funny that you're you're You're a problem that we have here, man here. A problem called Boy Barnes, so spread it everywhere. If you get the results, can you get them sent to you? And you just show them? Don't give me a test. Here you go. I already have the antibodies. I'm no threat. You should actually probably want my blood, You know? I mean, can't you just show him that? I know there's no comment, but it makes no sense. No, it doesn't make sense. It's like a bite or something. Yeah, Thank you And the guy that did the coffee shop at the wall, and I think maybe in the morning you should do a snapshot of the health department other of page of chain and we should will and the rest of your customers area listeners. We could do that as a shopping directory. Every day we'll go to those who support him. You know what's crazy? I'm looking at it right now. I'm debating on whether saying it or not, but I mean there's gas stations. There's a chain pizza place. There's a feed store. You know, it's not every day we could actually stop by. I don't drink coffee, but I'll stop by and buy a cup of coffee support the eye. Go get some of pastry. You know yourself A T g. I do you get do something. I know. I know. It's it's It's It's insane, man. It's crazy. Hey, thank you very much for sharing that Mark. That's an incredible story. That's an incredible story will continue. Don't go anywhere. It's Kandinsky. The morning ritual with Garrett Lewis. I listen. My guy Bobby Z. Bob Zach Meyer. He leads the Wind. Three team at E x.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Just into the newsroom 484 new corona virus cases and 22 new deaths this morning in Arizona. This comes after more than 9600 new PCR tests were reported overnight. We're gonna bring you more on these breaking numbers coming up in 8 30 on Jr but for breaking news sent straight to your phone text news 2411923. Thank you, Taylor. Of course, we will have more on this on the numbers. 22 deaths. There were zero yesterday. Always sad to see the deaths as they they increase. But the numbers remain low. The positive percentage rate we've watched that we watched climb, since the beginning of testing has now dropped below 12% officially to 11.95% test positive rate with 9600 tests in that is really good news. We continue to watch the numbers fall down to that 5% rate has been fairly consistent with a couple of days of spike. Normally when the tests are lower when there's a lot less test 484 new cases so keeping on track it's gonna lead us into our next topic in a few moments, because when talking about Cove in 19 in the opening of schools a s U has got a difficult time. So what you Arizona? Anyway, you the university's air deal with a lot more moving parts than our school's K through 12. And a issue you had Dr Michael Crowe. Snitch on Ah, bunch of the bars along mill. This is something that's going to take a coordinated effort is all of us know. And from the beginning of this, I have talked about the mandates and how the mandates are are really making people angry. When you give people the right information. People largely do the right things. When you try to force somebody's hand, you're going to get pushed back. We have turned the mask conversation into a political conversation, which it should not have been. I try to stay one step back. I want to be a good example I wanted. You know, I'm really more of it than it sounds like on the air. Sometimes I am more of a go along and get along person. That I understand going into a business that a business owner, the last thing they want to have to do is upset a customer of potential customer. Well, CSU. They've got rules for the student body, which they can enforce inside the dorm buildings. And inside the classrooms. What do you do about off campus housing? What do you do about the businesses that serve that student body when you've got a bunch of kids that are not in any danger, really? The numbers. You can say what you want about. We're looking to save lives, and this is deadly. And And so here's how the conversation spins with the people that don't want to look at the numbers accurately. Young people are not at risk off serious illness or death in large numbers. The numbers play out just like that, the small, very low percentage of hospitalization. For kids under the age of 20, especially but for people under the age of 25 those air college students are they getting the virus? Yes. Are they spreading the virus? Of course they are. Are they going to the hospital in great numbers? No, they're not. Are they dying in large numbers? No, No, they're not. The numbers don't play out that way. So then, once you say that to someone, and they have to look at the numbers and realize the vast majority of deaths are people over the age of 55, but especially over the age of 70 years old. Over 90% of those have co morbidity ease. Then the Tropic shifts from well, asymptomatic spread. Some of them don't even know they have it, so we're going to shut down an entire economy and an entire school system. For people that aren't even going to get sick. If they have the virus could spread it to people that are at high risk. Yes, they could, which is where the people that are at high risk should be protecting themselves. From the beginning of this, we had to do some things to flatten the curve. We didn't know a whole lot about this virus. They learn more every single day. The experts are out there talking about what's happening and what needs to be done. But we turn the expertise in the politics as well. Everybody out there you pick who you like based on what they say today when Fauci says, something that makes the right angry they can't stand. Fauci when vouching backs up the president about a vaccine all of a sudden found she's an expert again and vice versa. And what we're watching happen today as she was a lot of moving parts. But what Dr Crowe has done is come up with a comprehensive plan and same thing with U of A or U Arizona. Same thing. They did the same thing. They came up with a plan they haven't under 5% spread at down in Tucson. That's that is a great that better numbers that we're seeing in some of the cities. And yet they have a lot of moving parts. They cannot control these students. So in Dr Crowe reached out to Dr Cara Christen the Arizona Department health Services and said, Here are some pictures. Here's this place this place this place in this place. Nobody's masking up. Nobody's distancing. This doesn't look safe. It is a shot across the bow, saying We're doing everything we can to get back to some sense of normalcy. You serve this community and now you're doing this as a disservice to the community. I had no problem and I'm not somebody that I don't like the the tip line. I don't like ratting on your neighbour. I don't like any of that. But if there's one person with a vested interest in keeping these numbers low It's Dr Crowe. And all the universities, but especially when they came up with the plan, and they were first people were criticizing. You have still have people in the student body that were saying we got to shut it down right now. Well, those students could do the online learning. This is the mantra. I don't understand. I don't.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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06:27 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Involvement here, he actually wrote. This is what shock Huckleberry wrote additional support from Arizona Department health services needed, he writes a section 3.7 should be added to the state. Like deuces, not cracking down enough. You ready for this? This is what he wants. Doug Ducey and the Health Department characterised to approve upon notification from the county Health Department that a particular business or establishment is noncompliant. And has failed to take corrective action after educational assistance and continues to disregard public health standards. The department health Services shall notify any state agency or regulatory body who holds issues or monitors any state license. Or permit to operate and shall take appropriate and necessary steps to suspend or revoke the permit or license to the east of the establishment. So again, the virus is going down, down, down down down. It is becoming a freaking cold. That's what it is. It's a It's a flipping cold right now. Which is what it always wass. And some people die from the flu and pneumonia and you know a cold, but that's what it is right. That's what it isthe. But Huckleberry is asking for the ability You said to tell the state this place isn't listening. You need to suspend or revoke their permit or a license. To conduct business ruin their business. I am shocked, Huckleberry mean we need business desperately down here. And you have Ah, Chuck Huckleberry, the drunk spending sailor that he is. Doing everything he can to try to shut to get the power to shut him down. And then my favorite. Here we go is even more, he writes under the Under the title of this particular page, it says funding is not adequate. Is it ever Is it ever He writes the $50,000 contained as reimbursement for these services is grossly inadequate, and he goes to put how they have spent so many hours right a 1338 actual complaints. 1538 assessment related. All this has been so much right. We've had to look through all this stuff. He said. Right now, all this work 1738 hours. Has already been $52,140 in value. Right? Doesn't include IittIe Fleet supplies, other related expenses, so we need much more than that. So he is asking for. I'm not kidding you. He's asking for 10 employees. He wants to grow the government. You can't take anybody that's already existing government. By the way, Just move, move. No, no, I need to hire for new people. 44 environment asides, 10 new people for environmental health checks. For environmental health specialists. Category one One environmental health specialist. Category two and, of course, an administration supply specialist. There is no multitasking in government. The four environmental health takes get 40 grand a pop in salary. The health specialist category. 1 56 grand a pop. The one environmental health specialist category to 61 Grand and 45,000 for the administrative supply specialist. And then he put in office supplies, mobile phone service. Mobile computers, the fleet expense $639,143.47. That's what Chuck Huckleberry wants. Oh, end and below that, he wrote. Mask standards should be included in this inter government Inter governmental Agency report. Yes. Another major omission of this is that this silent regard eyes it is silent regarding enforcement of public mask standards and or requirements. What? Yeah. So He writes. They have educated Most complaints deal of businesses not requiring individuals to wear a mask in public places within those businesses. In our experience. Once we're telling these businesses, they acknowledge it and they try to do their best to comply. So, he writes. I strongly suggest this option a mask mandate. That's what Chuck wants. A mask mandates the guy that would not issue or make, um The driver sharing the driver take a blood test or an alcohol test or any kind of test when she crashed her car into a wall of water County funded car in a wall of water and then and then literally trying to a hit job on a sitting supervisor and Allie Miller using his overpaid Overpaid, unhealthy. I mean, a guy. He's got to be at risk of the cove. It right. The China virus that mark be Evans, the Pima County Communications guy under 12 grand for that he's listening right now Writing down every word I'm saying. You are over, Garrett says. I am overpaid and I should be fired, right? It just like that, Just like that. And I need a new haircut right it just like that. I mean, honestly, it's it's bad. It's really bad. Anyway. Um he writes ice is what Chuck Wright. I strongly suggest this option B included a mask mandated, right? An appropriate funding allocated for this purpose, given the proven public health benefits of wearing a mask in public What the what of the proven benefits? I mean, the CDC just came out and said even if you're wearing a mask, we still consider you to be. Ah, covert positivity should quarantine yourself. Remember, They just came out and said that if you're wearing a mask and a person that sick with covert of the China virus is wearing a mask, and you're within 6 ft for 15 minutes. And you know what? Consider yourself. Ah, sick and quarantine yourself. That that's what they're saying. So what the hell's the point of the mask? Well, it's I love this so It gets even better. I didn't finish the whole sentence. Right. The proof, given the prove it proven public health benefits of wearing a mask in public, as has been strongly suggested by the governor, Thegame that didn't wear the mask. Ah, yeah, the guy that didn't wear the mask. Yes, the guy that didn't weatherman says they work really well. So we want everyone to be mandated and stuff and things in there. Yeah. Yeah, that's the ticket. That's how it is. Uh huh. Sure. So anyway, I have much, much more on this, but that's on my Facebook. All it's all there. It's all there. Twitter profile. Put up a candidacy dot com by.

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Appreciate spending some time. Hope you got a great weekend planned is now we're going to see some bars that serve food. I think the one question I wish that I had asked Dr Chris when we had her on the show, Dr Cara Christen the Arizona Department Health Services. We talked with her on Wednesday. And I didn't ask for this And I really wish I would have In the minds of the people that create the protocol in the standards. What's the difference between a bar that serves some food and a bar that doesn't serve any food? Why is one more dangerous than the other? When it comes to Cove? It I'm just curious What the differentiation is. What? Because not everybody that goes to a bar that serves food is going to get food. Then how does getting food Stop you from spreading covert 19. And if eating stops you from spreading covert 19. Based on what people have been doing during the lock down. You think it'd be cured by now? So I'm just curious if there isn't what the big difference is. So this weekend, we're going to see some changes, possibly schools next weekend. The numbers that came in overnight there was just, you know, obviously a reinforcement of a lot of different things A little over 5% positive rate, which is a very good number. Still below that 6%. It needs to be below 7%. All those numbers are very, very good for what the total will be next week as we try to enter the next phase of opening schools. But people under the age of 20 again are really not at risk in this we had of the 24,754 cases. People under the age of 20 less than 1000, actually less than 850 have gone to the hospital at all, and only 12 deaths in that demographic since the beginning of Cove in coverage. How many people have died from pneumonia or the flu. In that age group. So we're seeing that it's not life threatening to young people again, reinforcing what we should be able to do with this with demographics and co morbidity ease as opposed to these blankets, shutdowns, and I just wonder if part of the reason why we aren't why they're doing blanket shutdowns is you would have a tougher time constitutionally doing a shutdown based on age If you said Okay, Here's the deal No. One under the age No. One over the age of 65 is allowed to go into a bar. How do you enforce that? Checking ID. Imagine being too old to.

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03:13 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Idea of a conviction. He had a whole week to talk about it. What changed by the way? Kenosha. It's not like there was violence throughout the country with, you know the 97 days in a row in Portland, and yet Seattle had taken over six blocks Minneapolis burning to the ground, Santa Monica all over the major violence in New York. I mean, you could go on and on. And the Democrats didn't say one word about it last week when they had all the attention of the DNC. And because they realize Oh, my gosh, We really tried to pin this on Trump. Another thing we tried to pin on, Trump didn't work again. Better come out and be against it. Now they're not out and you know this. They're not against it because they really believe it's wrong. It's all to try to get your vote. It's for power. It's not their moral fabric that they're against this. They're all for it. Whatever it takes by any means necessary. That's the democratslast socialist slogan. One in the same now. By any means necessary. This is what's going on. And all of a sudden They're starting to address it. And how are they going to do that? By the way, Camilla Harris has come out and she won't say that. We need more police on the street. He's actually talking about de funding them. Joe Biden's talking about defunding it in a way that take away money from the police and put it towards somewhere else. That's what everyone's talking about with the de funding of things right. Do you find in the police? That's why they were so how could they all of a sudden say that? You know what we're for? We're for condemning were against this violence. We need to stop that. We're forlorn or no, you're not. No, You're not. People see this? They see exactly what is happening. And that shows you how badly the Democrats Are losing how badly They are losing. Incredible. I have much more for you, too, By the way. Um I mean, there's a million things that I think you need to know. And I want to talk to Congressman Big's about this too. But did you know That the state? Yes. The Arizona Department health Services forget about doing their best to try to make sure businesses can open up with everything else. They now have gone full. Regina Romero. Doug Ducey has okayed this going full Regina Romero. With a snitch hotline. Oh, yeah, I have that and some more details again on what happened in Idaho, which is a huge deal. All coming up right here on knsd. The morning ritual with Garrett Lewis. Yes. The good feet Arch supports. They can literally change your life. They've done it with me. They've done it with Ryan. They've done it with so many people. You have foot pain. You literally at your job, Whatever it is, you can't stand up more than five or 10 minutes and you feel like I have to sit down. You're walking with your family. I got to sit. I have to sit down. I mean, I remember going back years. There was a lister. He said. Listen, man, I'm a mechanic. I'm sling and wrenches 10 12 hours a day My knees were killing me. Big guy killing me. He said I heard you talk about the arch supports. I went to the good feed store. He said, Man, I now Khun do this. I don't even feel tired. Forget the pain. I have no pain. I don't feel fatigue. I don't. I'm not tired. I'm gonna nice my knees anymore. These arch supports are incredible. They fit in all of your sneakers,.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The numbers are fudged The Arizona Department health Services is putting out bad information, the very key benchmark that is the amount of covert cases per 100,000 people. Is being inflated because they're not just using only new covert cases. They're also using in that. Antibody results. People have antibodies, the serology tests that's not knew that shouldn't count. But they're using it and it's inflating it. You go to the department Health website. Look on school testing and you'll see it. The numbers don't match up. Second thing. I think you need to know we have the lawyer on that's representing now over 100 bars serious six and cirie seven license owners. Any revealed Doug Ducey eyes basically working with the Arizona Restaurant Association. They're very politically powerful. His buddy, Sam Fox and others, and I like Sam Fox restaurants. I don't blame them for doing this, but they're they're manipulating their keeping bars close. So when people have to go out to have a cocktail or a drink, they have to go to the restaurant bars now not regular bars. And he's saying that that's unfair. It's not constitutional. I mean, it's tremendous we'll have the neuro interview upon my page a canister dot com They're hoping to get the before the Supreme Court August 25th year in Arizona. It was remarkable third thing I think you need to know is that black lives matter out in Seattle was walking in a neighborhood so white people inside a home and started yelling at them. The mob did saying, Give up your home. You're comfortable white people. Black people used to live here. This is black people and give up your home. And give up your land. That's what they're doing. Three things. I think you need to know, by the way speaking all this stuff down If you saw how she really quick, vouch, he came out and said that you can't trust the temperature taking in places where it's hot. Which it's summer. It's hot everywhere, especially here in Arizona. So a temperature check done by a restaurant or a business. You see, it's not reliable. Every day. Something changes with this freaking guy every day. But he did say, he says, there's no reason why we can't do voting in person. So you have that? Oh, no, I love this. Hang on. U S Postal Service is warning is just alert My phone. Absentee voting rules in key swing states may leave some ballots uncounted. They just want more money there. Working with the demos, too. Get bailouts of billions of dollars. Get out of here. Um Let's get some juicy. And then I was squeezing that story about the black neighborhood where the in Chicago where they kicked out black lives matter. Ah ah do suffer, though. Yesterday had some things to say in his little press conference, he changed it because it's boring and stupid and too long. S O. He changeable. Everybody was taking questions. Very interesting one about water parks, and I left this. I left it in there. I left a question in there because I wanted to get the full. Ah, full scale of it. Okay, very important that you Nothing's taken out of context. Um And Ryan. For some reason, I lost the prep with a number on it. I don't know. Always wait. I got it now. Finally is there. 32? 32. I know. Finally I screwed up for once, right? I one flaw 30 to listen to this. Why? Water parks are closed, but hotels with the same lazy rivers and water slides. Khun, stay open. I'll bet you that the the hotel lobby. That is influencing the governor. There. He's screwing over the smaller businesses. Unbelieving. Listen to this. Here we go. Your order allowed, uh, resorts to reopen their swimming pools and splash clubs. But freestanding splash places like like Mesa are not tell me what the difference is because of this glass pad at the Hilton and Splash Planet Maysa. We're working with the larger Places commercial places on guidance in reopening, and we did put guidance limiting groups in the pools in the resort. Understood. But why? Why can't Maces Sunsplash lived by the same rules? It's somewhat the same thing that I talked about on some of these other businesses that were operating Responsibly but underneath the category, it was not. We're working with him on reopening. There's no answer there. He gave no answer. Well, it's kind of like what we talked about earlier and things and Yeah, huh? Yeah. Ah, So obviously, as do Sopher gets lobbied hard, and his must be buddy buddy, helping his friends with the restaurant lobby. Three hotel in tourism lobby. Obviously saying, Hey, we're getting screaming. Think about this. Tourism is down across the board. People are not traveling to Arizona. They canceled reservations in hotels and everything else. People in Arizona just like everywhere else. Having a tough time trying to go on vacation. Nobody wants to fly anywhere, right. So what are people in Arizona doing it? I've done it. You go Overthinking hotel and you look for one that has some nice amenities. Maybe a waterslide. Maybe a lazy river. Maybe a big pool. So I guarantee you this is what's happening. Dues. He gets lobbied hard and says, Sure, I will crush the water parks. To make sure the hotel and tourism industry can make money. If people aren't coming in from out of Arizona will make Arizonans go there because I'll make it impossible for them to go to a water park. I guarantee you, That's what happening. This guy is pure evil. This where I get even more mad that again Republican lawmakers like Gail Griffin. Who called the show a relation of Peter that I know of. Finchem. Red Roberts, Vince Leech. I mean, Kelly Townsend's trying, but I mean, nobody's calling him out on this white what is happening here? We stick up for businesses. That's what we do here. Go now. 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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The latest numbers now from the Arizona Department Health Services in Pema County, it's now up to us as of today, 7.3% positive testing rates has gone from 6.69 yesterday, 7.3 today. Ah positive testing rate for the virus. Justin Pema County, the state held steady at 6.3%. But everything changes last week. I just like the numbers. They dropped a 7.1 from 7.2 in Pema County. They're adding tests there. D Duplicating they're taking it away. It's hard to even followed all this stupid information because they don't even get it right. But that's that's the latest there. The Oh, Here we go. We're under 1400. Now only 1359 Corona virus. Chinese virus patients covert patients in the hospital. A month ago, literally a month ago. It was 3517. It's now dropped down to 1359. You know these reporters that we're talking to do so for yesterday? These lame reporters. It's all about them. How come you haven't talked 1002 weeks? Do we have to be on Twitter? Everybody on Twitter get information from you. Instead of asking a question off. A basic one. Considering that you wanted people to stay home for 15 days and 30 days and shut down businesses to stop the spread. Obviously, the numbers the hospitals are seemingly wide open now. You're seemingly wide open. Shouldn't we have life continue to what it was and people get sick and ethical, the hospital they can handle it. Wasn't the whole point of it. I see you beds down to 4 73 at the peak. They were 9 70 a month ago. So they're down more than half more than 50%. This is ah, This is insane. Absolutely insane. No, no good questions answered. You know, parents are unhappy because again, parents are very unhappy. Man I know charter schools that were allowing people in for essential workers. And then as soon as they said, we're open on Monday. Charter schools. I've been talking people of Chartres was, like all of a sudden the parents that weren't gonna bring their kids in for remote learning after just a week and 1/2 of it, or like we're bringing the kid in. We're bringing the kid in. We can't handle this anymore. It's not good for anybody. Ringing the kid in Like that doesn't seem to be much of a danger for the Chinese vice in terms of the hospitals. Being overloaded. We have flattened the curve. Life should return back to normal. And now one of these dopey reporters that was talking to do see yesterday asked that question. I'll give you some highlights coming up on then we'll get into again. The numbers of how they're being Ah, overinflated in the covert cases per 100,000 people there, counting both again the serology which antibody and new cases and they shouldn't do that, because those serology aren't new. All coming upon canister. University of Arizona officials.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The messaging so much that he can actually control exactly what people think. And that is, that is our job. That is our job. Do everything you think Losing control isn't eight eggs all listen. Okay, Let's go. Let's go. Number 19. The old lies coming back. These have all been, of course, debunked but doesn't stop Mika from spreading the fake news. Here we go. Look at how he's worn us down from his paid off porn star to Russia lies to racism and Charlottesville racism across the board Children in cages. Get off her Children in Katia. Exactly Rush arrests and Children in Kate. Every Obama built the cages. There was no racism in Charlotte's, but we've gone over. We've actually played Trump Sound. What he actually said she and stormy Daniels. Every case has been thrown out. Yeah. Hey, stormy horse face. How you doing? You do one more, one more. We'll get out of the way because I think it's just so good. Who had more the final breakdown that we're going to play so far, Number 20. Here we go. Mika, His constant lying is now killing people. It's killing people going all day with his calamitous corona virus leadership. It's killing Americans. Every day. He could be keeping people alive. He's choosing not to. He's choosing to not keep people alive. She speaks about it like he's the Messiah. Or something. I am. I will not save you. But job at Joe Biden has a cure to cancer. Why is he saving these other people? What's going on by the I don't remember her ever complaining that Andrew Cuomo could've kept people alive. Oh, but instead he's shipped him to the back to the nursing homes where they all died. But yeah, So Mika has lost her mind this morning. It is so good. She needs prescription drugs in the worst way. Okay. Trumps too crazy Hold office. Yeah, she's too crazy to hold office. I think you're too crazy to be on TV. I said, I think That's a nightmare. You go is what happens when the husband's not there to control and he's got a lot easier not to anyone will continue. We have AH, our data analyst Uh, coming up at 6 35 on how the Arizona Department health Services. I mean, they have to know what they're doing. They are literally inflating the numbers of a benchmark. The cases per 100,000 of covert covert case part of their inflating it. He'll explain everything. I got do super comments coming back is 705 We have the lawyer, Ellen Woman. He is the law professor representing over 80 bars at the Supreme Court. Now, here in Arizona, suing Ducey over him, keeping bars close. It's all coming up. Don't go anywhere. Get his CanIs T the morning ritual with.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On our news 92 3 of them and the way our news after Thanks so much for being here it is. The mike room had show on a lesser level of importance. We understand schools are probably the most important thing to get open ASAP for kids in the classroom. A soon as we can, and we can all fight about and we're going to continue to fight about when safe is By the way, Steve a couple weeks ago, you said Joe Thomas, with the said he'd like to come on the show when he had some time heard back from him yet. I haven't tried him in a while. Okay, so no. Okay, Just just check. It just want to know if Mr Thomas wants to come on the show. Talk about open school. I don't know. All right, he said he did. Did he tell you he'd like to Sort of. Yeah, he said he might be available the following week, which would have been able to get ahold of them since. Okay. All right, Just check it. I don't want to make that out to sound like he's the reason he's not coming or you're the reason or anything like that. No, just haven't connected. No, I wouldn't. No, no, I wouldn't insinuate that at all. Not at all. It's not at all what I'm trying to say, Um, but the gym's there's a draft of document. Arizona Department health Services gyms are currently closed under executive order. But there are some changes. Stay home if you're sick. Is that new? Or is that pretty much the way it wass? Stay home if you're sick, protect yourself while visiting the gyms. Also not new Avoid close contact. Stay more than six feet away from others. Wear a mask while at the facility. Um So these are supposed.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The TR news at Thanks again. We appreciate you spending some time with us. Would it be more harmful for students to be at home that it would be in the classroom? And there are a lot of experts that are speaking out and saying just a cz much, the CDC director Robert Redfield has said as much on Thursday. I want to read a quote from Dr Redfield in just a moment from Mr Redfield. In just a moment. I keep making everybody a doctor when they might not be. Actually I told Stevie had to call me doctor, and he hasn't yet so Maybe that's what it is. It's It's a Freudian slip on my part. Well, you haven't called me. Supreme Allied Commander. That's true. I have not. You're right. But Robert Redfield was speaking yesterday on was speaking about the virus and young people and how young people are not getting nearly a sick from covert 19 the ability of this virus to cause significant illness. In Children is very, very, very, very limited. We know of the post immune inflammatory disease that you've heard about, but it's very rare. But in general This virus is not constant, difficult illness and Children. So when you look at the numbers, and I look at all of them And I try to be as objective as possible. I don't have an agenda. I don't have a gotcha answer. I don't I haven't I told you so I'm reading the numbers for exactly what they are. And here is what's happening in Arizona when it comes to younger people. People under the age of 20 there have been over 13,000 positive tests for Covad, 19 off people under the age of 20 as of this morning. Of those 90 people have been hospitalized. That is 900.68%. That is less than 7/10 of 1% off the people under the age of 20 That have gotten covert 19 have gone to the hospital, and we do not know how many of those 90 that have been hospitalized had preexisting health conditions. That's the one thing that the website from the Arizona Department health Services, It doesn't give you that data on preexisting conditions. Eight people have died. That's in the zero percentile. Eight people out of 13,098 people have died again. We don't know about preexisting conditions. So what Robert Redfield is saying is exactly true by the numbers. Young people are not dying from Cove in 19 and they're not getting significantly ill either. All of that. There are things we should be happy about. So, with that being, said, Mr Redfield, and this is a quote from Robert Redfield. I'm on the time of the point of view as a public health leader in this nation that having the school's actually closed is a greater public health threat to the Children. Than having the schools reopen. And there are experts, psychologists, pediatricians that are beginning to back that up. So I was trying to make the argument earlier today and again Social media users. I absolutely love the input over the weekend. I try to engage as much as I can keep it civil, but I love when we disagree. It's the way I learned. And I just want you to respect my point of view. I'd never presume I'm going to convince you to change your mind. But I just want you to respect my point of view as well. And I will try to respect yours. I'm at broom Head are on Twitter at broom Head. Katie A. R. My argument was this We all would agree that I have believed that we say that firefighters and cops are essential services and no. One in spite of the dangers of getting covert 19. We would never expect a copper a firefighter to not do their job. And I think most people with exceptions, preexisting conditions, things of that nature. We know of medical workers and doctors. There was a programme that was called RVs for MDS when we were at such a fever pitch of covert 19 and the first go around. There were people that had RVs that they were allowing doctors to use that could park on their own property at home. So that they didn't have to go in the house and possibly infect their family. But they could be close enough to their family to see them. My point was, we understood the dangers of those professions and for their families. We understood it. I have a friend who's a nurse. Her daughter is a nurse. They obviously the daughter has Children as well. They had young Children in the house. The Children were sent with other family members. When this was going on, it was their strong as it was at the very beginning. So they sacrificed being with their Children and grandchildren to keep them safe during covert 19 and everybody saw that as a noble cause for nurses, doctors, paramedics, firefighters and police officers. If we believe that having Children the classroom, as is essential as these services are, there is going to be a certain risk level for the teachers. Now, I don't believe we should be endangering the lives of schoolteachers, either. The numbers don't talk about a huge risk of life unless you have pre existing health conditions or you're over the age of 65. Again. Let's just go to the second oldest demographic on the Web page. The 55 to 64 year old demographic. There have been 13,763 cases over 13,000 cases as well for people between the ages of 55 64. Off that they have a 7.6% hospitalization rate. Since the beginning. Of this, only 7.6% of the people that have gotten covert 19 in that age group have been hospitalized off that there is a 2% death rate. We don't know how many of those people had preexisting conditions, but between 55 60 for you would expect a lot of those people had some pre existing health conditions. So the death rate is very low, the hospitalization rate or serious illness very low. I'm not saying teachers get your butts back to school. And don't be afraid. I'm not saying that. But if experts are beginning to tell us that it is much more critical for kids to be in the classroom. That it is detrimental to their mental. They're emotional and their physical wellbeing and doing serious damage. I don't think an association of pediatricians would be speaking out if they didn't believe it was a dire circumstance. Nor would the psychologist thes child psychologists. Would they be speaking out and saying, We've got to get these kids back in school? They've got to be socialized. They've got to have the structure. They have to do this. I don't believe they stick their necks out and say in spite of the numbers of covert 19 it's imperative the kids are in the classroom if they didn't believe it. So if in the minds of everyone That is the most important thing is the Children's well being. At what risk level should the teachers be back in the classroom? I'm not saying that she'd even be the same risk levels of level was a firefighter or a cop. But we know that under any risk level cops and firefighters air still doing their jobs. And getting it by the way..

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The percentage of positive cases is still at six point six percent governor Doug Ducey is responding to reports of some complaints of via how long it's taking some Arizonans of applied for unemployment benefits to receive their payments the governor tells Arizona's morning news that the department of economic security as put out seven hundred seventy million dollars over the past few weeks we've gone from seventeen thousand people on unemployment to over five hundred thousand in the last twelve weeks we are hiring it D. S. we've brought up over a hundred new people he says they're ramping up the system and those who've applied for them should be able to receive them with no waiting time the governor says he'll beat would state health leaders later this morning before announcing where were headed this afternoon in a briefing that will Kerry right here on KTAR news Arizona's health director says she still encouraging people to avoid mass gatherings after old town Scott still in the Salt River caught international attention with viral social media post of big crowds that weren't social distancing during the Memorial Day weekend KTA ours Jim cross is live in Phoenix yeah Bob Dr cara Christ director Arizona department health services says it's on Arizona's to make good decisions to mitigate the spread of coronavirus as the state continues to re open we have not gotten rid of it it is still being transmitted through the community I think we have learned a lot about it and how it's transmitted and some of the risks and who it's risky as twos expect to see more cover nineteen cases as we move along into the summer but she believes measures are in place to prevent any high spike in those cases later this year live in Phoenix jump cross KTAR news nearly three hundred thousand dollars in grants is headed.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Package is scheduled for nine AM Arizona time it's a procedural vote so but hopefully goes better than the one yesterday all right as expected the number of coronavirus cases in Arizona continues to rise more people are getting tested so that's not a surprise to death toll though is starting to add up that's we're gonna check in with KTA ours Jim cross you've been following this story been following these numbers closely Jim what we have in terms of the latest well the first confirmed death in Arizona was announced on Friday night by the Arizona department health services I was a man with underlying health conditions in his fifties city of Phoenix employees second covert nineteen death announced over the weekend a man in his seventies again with underlying health conditions again a hundred and fifty two cases across the state right now the latest numbers we are from Sunday there was a forty eight case job from Saturday Levin of Arizona's fifteen counties have covered nineteen other presumptive or positive and the entire Navajo nation right now large area is on a shelter in place order Hey Jim and we weren't totally surprised by the big surge over the weekend where right now I mean they were expecting you know the numbers to rise than that they will continue to rise with more and more testing becoming you know available we have what of the hundred fifty two cases eighty one America county Pima county AZ seventeen cases Annales sixty and Navajo Nation twenty five or twenty six so we can expect the numbers to keep going up again with more testing all right KTA ours Jim cross thank you very much in the US Surgeon General Jerome Adams was on CNN this morning and he said that things are gonna get really bad this week so I think those numbers we're going to see them take a big spike this week as more people get tested he also said not enough people there's too many people who are not practicing social distancing so that's not helping matters either all right so what do you do about your child they're they're you know they're home from school they and so they're they're going to be home for at least another two weeks there's a bill that actually three weeks a bill such a plan to follow to follow for the remainder of the school you're sitting right now and governor Ducey's desk here's Joe Thomas with the Arizona education association explaining what it does won't take standardized tests and that we will switch to some form of a distance learning some of that will be online so that will be distributed packets yeah not standardized testing falls in line with what the president announced late last week when he said the department of education will not be mandating or enforcing standardized testing for K. through twelve this year this bill though you you heard a mention online learning Joe Thomas did the one that's sitting on the governor on governor Ducey's desk it's the schools do not have to extend the school year or add more instructional hours and all schools are closed teachers must get paid which he agrees with he says teachers continue to work even though schools are closed but with the school shut down if your parent like I am I have a son in kindergarten millions of us have been forced to home school although I haven't we haven't started home schooling maybe we will depending on what happens but to valley moms have started a Facebook group to help navigate all the free online educational options you have opened up to create virtual tours same with Jews we've had a college counselor here in Arizona who got on and did a live weapon are about trying to take athletes use an easy to use and applying for colleges so let's chill cold she said she and her friend just started IT resources for students teachers parents through through covert nineteen thirty got over thirty six hundred members so that might also be another option and that is not something that we're all going to have to think about his parents with kids in school is you know what do you do for the next three weeks it often extends especially if it extends out even longer.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Should institute symptom checks for workers before four five restaurants not in the area of community spread are encouraged to develop plans to implement these recommendations should community spread be identified in their community so those are the five tweets one of five through four of the five oh five is it a mixed message for the department of health services to tell private businesses don't welcome patrons into your establishment and if you do keep them six feet apart that means you know tables may have to be so you may have to eliminate some tables in your restaurant don't have people congregating by the door make sure there's an open space where they can be six feet apart implement social distancing between employees which is fairly near impossible in most restaurants but do the best you can I've worked in restaurants my whole life and it's cramped and it's crowded in your all over each other your sweaty and you know it's it's it's it's a tough job but hygiene standards I think most restaurants keep hygiene standards pretty high wash hands between interactions with the public see to me it seems like a contradiction that this is being sent out by the Arizona department of health services but we decided that we're going to have the presidential preference election today it it seems to send the message this could be bad but it's not so bad you shouldn't vote now others would say no no voting is much more important going to the restaurant it might be but in the minds of some they're going to say if you're telling me I can go to the polls and pick up a pen and I can vote and I can stand in line with people you're not gonna make people stand six feet apart in lines are in maybe they will but if you're going to do that then it's hard for you to tell me that I should go to a restaurant this is the part of what the secretary of state said yesterday not making the selection decision lightly that kind of had me worried this decision was not made lightly and what it all comes down to is that we have no guarantee that there will be a safer time to hold the selection in the near future so now talking with the Arizona department of health are they saying this may get worse before it gets better meaning you better have that if you're going to have it at all you better have it now because for the foreseeable future two weeks or a month out there we may be worse off than we are right now therefore this would be the safest time I hope that's not the case but that sure sounds like with the secretary of state was saying yesterday you're holding a presidential primary or irate presidential preference election now I'll go a step further with this and maybe we're gonna throw this is going to throw a monkey wrench in the whole thing Bernie Sanders is losing by big numbers just about everywhere just about everywhere he doesn't have much of a pathway to success whatsoever he would have to win in dominating fashion all the way through to eke out a win Bernie Sanders seems like he is on life support as far as this campaign goes does Bernie Sanders now say Hey listen for the good of the country I'm dropping out and we're gonna leave Joe Biden to be the defacto nominee that way we don't have to have these primaries we don't have to have these caucuses and preference elections is it time for him to do that do you think behind the scenes people were saying to Bernie now's the time to avoid this crisis but in Arizona we're having the presidential preference election is it a mixed message based on we're hearing everything today we're waiting for the Arizona department health services to give us the daily update was expected around nine o'clock but because the president spoke they waited until after the president was done speaking so we'll have the update coming in and hopefully very soon we're gonna give you the new data on what the Arizona department health services saying about pope at nineteen in a moment we'll talk about clinical testing for a vaccine it has begun here in the U. S. look at the stock market right now a lot of people not looking at money as much but you have to watch your future we have seen a big hit happen whether you saw this coming or you didn't having an expert that can help you navigate tough times that's why you hire an expert it's easy to make money when it's easy to make money the people of Trajan wealth Jeff junior and his team experts they're also for do sherry's which means they are bound by law to put your interests first they will they won't make money if you don't make money that's how they work that's the way it is by law but the fact is they work hard to individualize a plan so that you are successful in the way you need to in the time frame you need to they're gonna listen to what you need and based what your plan is on what your needs are four eight zero nine nine zero thirty three hundred that's four eight zero nine nine zero thirty three hundred or Trajan.

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Moons also the first super moon of the year have more Arizonans are coming down the flu just regulars with the Arizona department health services so far this season we've had about seventeen thousand people confirmed to be ill with the flu typically about this time of year we see around ten thousand people infected we had nine thousand cases at this time last year regular blames the rising cases of influenza be showing up earlier this year although the reason why that's happening isn't clear she says the very best defense is always to wash your hands keep your house clean and course get the flu shot here's an update for you on the hazmat situation at a S. use west campus Phoenix fire crews say they're entering the storage room where they believe the chemical reaction is coming from there's no injuries and they are taking tests of the atmosphere to try and determine what it is exactly the area's been evacuated and we'll have more details as we get them there hasn't been a repeat of last year's big winner in Arizona but there's still a few weeks left to go natural resources conservation service says January was mostly dry across the state but the snow that we received at the end of December has kept our snow pack level at just about normal above normal run off into the state streams is expected this spring coming up on five oh seven soul let's check on traffic again detour down to the valley Chevy dealers traffic center right to the freeway as we go the right times the east side I don't know if this is temporary or what ma'am but pretty mild right time seventeen minutes is all I. ten eastbound seventeenth went to the Santana however I caution you we are starting to see some of that get out of town on a Friday afternoon slowly developing on the dent from the two oh two santan South all the way down towards rigs road it's a light to moderate slowing go and we're starting to see the same thing on the I ten out west from the three oh three all the way out west it looks like about a forty five mile stretch of light to moderate slowing go before you're finally going to put those brake lights behind it they do have a forty five minute ride stop by one oh one **** slash prices from Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard south to the Santana and twenty two minutes on the sixty is all eastbound I. journeys to Ellsworth this traffic court brought to you by Jack in the box trying to tiny tacos fifteen for three Bucks or get on lotus for four Bucks only a Jack in the box delivered exclusively with uber eats.

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"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

"arizona department health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Arizona department health services announced Tuesday there been three cases of vaping related respiratory illness and the state all of it Maricopa county l'avenue center jump cross KTA our news search is on for a missing marine from the valley KTAR Germany foster joins us live with the latest yeah here's what we know so far Jamie twenty year old lance corporal Joe Wallace was last seen leaving a friend's house and surprise Monday night according to his mom between eight thirty and nine but his truck was last spotted by a border patrol camera Tuesday morning traveling eastbound on the I. ten near el Paso and here's what's also puzzling Wallace love the marines he was recently promoted and was excited to get back to camp Pendleton north of San Diego after three days leave NCIS is currently investigating and you can see a picture of Wallace KTAR dot com live in the newscenter journey foster KTA argue Sir about fifty five hundred members of the Arizona National Guard and we're learning more about who they are and what they do National Guard soldiers deployed on state missions such as to the border and help out with natural disasters in an outside Arizona master sergeant Sander recess they also get trained on more than two hundred fifty careers such as logistics transportation culinary medical aviation and she says those and listed come from all walks of life current high school students college students teachers professionals they serve one weekend a month and two weeks in the summer captain Kevin start toward describes it as a citizen soldier concept you have your personal life and what you do whatever profession that is not on the weekend you come and you put the uniform on and you train and you are ready to serve when called upon result as a teen okay. AT T. R. news K. D. A. R. eyes on education a top Arizona Republican is doubling down on his criticism of our state schools chief over sex education to rack. Kathy Hoffman promotes this. which. house speaker rusty Bowers calling Cappy hop in a radically says she's pushing a sexualized children Abu has proposed changes to the state board of education's rules on sex ed powers made the comment at a recent meeting with parents and go what an is a backing off if the state sponsors that then we are sexualized thing our children for abuse in a statement KTAR hopping calls Bowers comment to pour into and reprehensible well it's never too early to start learning about money that's the philosophy of the freedom financial network and junior achievement of Arizona they're taking over the teaching at Griffith.

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