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"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Josh Luke is a former hospital CEO and former nursing home administrator father's father love home it would be wise to get out of there in the house is the living soul yes as possible that's been the recommendation by most of the federal government Briar oaks and KNX statement that basically said they've been transparent with patients staff and family and they're working closely and daily with state health officials have also implemented a long list of protective and screening measures in east Hollywood Emily Valdez can extend seventy news radio the union which represents nursing home workers says the report is a Clarion call to action I'm Jan Stevens we need all levels of government especially our federal government to do its part to keep folks in our state's nursing homes sixty pulls around is the president of SEIU local two zero one five which represents seven thousand skilled nursing home workers in southern California and twenty thousand throughout the state she says they need more personal protective equipment because a staffer walking into infections owns without the most basic of protections and arrest says it's hard to come by PPVs nursing home operators don't have the same buying power as their counterparts who operate large hospital chains have so it's harder for them to compete on the open market in addition she wants immediate testing of all residents and staff as well as one hundred percent daily reporting on infection rates from all such facilities in the state Jan Stevens can extend seventy newsradio a fifty eight year old San Fernando man being remembered fondly after he was killed during the food drive the silmar church K. cal nights Christopher Hart spoke to his family and friends loved ones and parishioners here at the first southern Baptist church in Seoul Mar are grieving and remembering a man who they say died the way he lived helping others David Beckham is a gimmick gave the gave you a little but I mean he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that Issa Frankel he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food Tony tions into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him blenders volunteer twice a week at the food bank and silmar church members say the driver was elderly indestructible I what happened LA city councilwoman Monica Rodriguez says she plans to introduce legislation that will better protect volunteers these events in the future some sharp words from governor Newsom during a Saturday coronavirus briefing for cities that are resisting the effort to house homeless people vulnerable to covert nineteen Laguna hills has gone to court to try and stop the state from using a local hotel to house homeless people who have underlying health conditions making them vulnerable to covert nineteen or homeless people who either have tested positive for the corona virus or have symptoms associated with the disease when asked about communities like Laguna hills that are resisting the efforts to house the homeless in motels and hotels the governor first praise those leaders who are cooperating with the program and.

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"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Thanks for staying up late with us I'm Tom wait let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando but volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight it is good to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to lend is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as of Fargo he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him and now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him.

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"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Helpless to stop the spread of the virus because of the staffing ratios in the state of California requires that only one of every two nurses be a registered nurse he was a professor Dr Josh Lucas a former hospital CEO and former nursing home administrator father's father home it would be wise to get out of there even those living soul yes as possible that's been the recommendation by most of the federal government Briar oaks and KNX statement that basically said they've been transparent with patients staff and family and they're working closely and daily with state health officials have also implemented a long list of protective and screening measures in east Hollywood Emily Valdez can extend seventy news radio it's a P. P. ET crisis I'm Jan Stevens that's what the union for skilled nursing facility workers in the state is saying after the statement was released that there have been fatalities and hundreds of nursing homes the news is both sobering and fattening but unfortunately not surprising eagles read president of local two zero one five isn't surprised because she says the facilities are woefully undersupplied with personal protective equipment for the twenty thousand workers in some facilities we know that the people who run the facility is day to day ration PP telling those fortunate to even get an N. ninety five mask to guard it with their lives and re use it I practice for us says is terribly unsafe she says some workers have taken to using rags as face masks and wearing ponchos because there are far too few PPVs she says the union is imploring leaders in Washington to in her words stop bickering and star coordinating help with the urgency of the moment demands Jan Stevens can extend seventy newsradio fifty eight year old San Fernando man being remembered fondly after he was killed during a food drive the silmar church K. cal nine Christy for Hartle spoke to his family and friends loved ones and parishioners here at the first southern Baptist church in Seoul Mar are grieving and remembering a man who they say died the way he lived helping others David Beckham is a gimmick gave the gave you a little but I mean he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that Issa Frankel he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him Belinda's volunteer twice a week at the food bank and still more church members say the driver was elderly and distraught by what happened LA city councilwoman Monica Rodriguez says she plans to introduce legislation that will better protect volunteers at these events in the future governor Newsom says the state has reached its goal of securing more than fifteen thousand hotel and motel rooms to house the homeless during the current pandemic he says motel six played a big role this effort though as well is made even more significant by the announcement with motel six in their corporate headquarters here in the state of California.

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tom wait let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight just to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to let is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as a Franco he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him and now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him with fondness.

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"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Thanks for staying up late with us I'm Tom wait let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando but volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to lead is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as of Fargo he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him and now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now.

Arturo Franco Melinda southern Baptist church San Fernando Fargo Tom
"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Thanks for staying up late with us I'm Tom wait let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight it is good to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to let is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as a Franco he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him and now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him with.

Arturo Franco Melinda southern Baptist church San Fernando Tom
"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight it is good to be around him enough he actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to lead is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as of Fargo he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him with fondness.

Arturo Franco Melinda southern Baptist church San Fernando Fargo
"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Only two or three at the most college degrees on the entire stop because there's such a thin margin top rated nursing home that most nursing home operators aren't able to hire more than administrator energy first it has a college degree and no disrespect to the workers and their because they all have a huge part for caring and they're working as hard as they can but help working on a bare minimum staffing on almost every nursing home stay what you would see professor Dr Josh Lucas a former hospital CEO and former nursing home administrator of the nursing homes were closed in March then they don't have the resources on the hospital would I think it's great that the focus is finally shifting to how can we donate or provide he P. E. and resources and nursing homes statewide other facilities with large corona virus outbreaks include seventy cases at garden cress rehabilitation center in Silver Lake and their sixty two cases at the country via pavilion nursing center on Pico near Fairfax in east Hollywood Emily Valdez can extend seventy news radio it's a P. P. ET crisis I'm Jan Stevens that's what the union for skilled nursing facility workers in the state is saying after the statement was released that there have been fatalities and hundreds of nursing homes the news is both sobering and fattening but unfortunately not surprising eagles read president of local two zero one five is it's a eyes because she says the facilities are woefully undersupplied with personal protective equipment for the twenty thousand workers in some facilities we know that the people who run the facility is day to day ration PP telling those fortunate to even get an N. ninety five mask to guard it with their lives and reuse it I practice for us says is terribly unsafe she says some workers have taken to using rags as face masks and wearing ponchos because there are far too few PPVs she says the union is employing leaders in Washington to in her words stop bickering and star coordinating health with the urgency of the moment demands Jan Stevens can extend seventy newsradio a fifty eight year old San Fernando man is being remembered finally after he was killed in a food drive at Asilomar church K. cal nice Christy Hart spoke to his family and friends loved ones and parishioners here at the first southern Baptist church in Seoul Mar are grieving and remembering a man who they say died the way he lived helping others David Beckham is a game that gave the gave you a little but I mean he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that Issa Frankel he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him Belinda's volunteer twice a week at the food bank and still more church members say the driver was elderly and distraught by what happened LA city council when Monica Rodriguez says that she plans to introduce legislation that will better protect volunteers at these events in the future and encouraging update from Gavin Newsom on the number of homeless people who have been taken off the streets as part is part of project room key the state's goal was for fifteen thousand hotel rooms to be made available and they met that goal so far more than forty two hundred people have been house the governor was asked about the cities and counties who are resisting these programs in their neighborhoods you've got leaders they'll be defined in history I had a terms of how they helped those least among us and those for me almost biblical.

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a harp Contessa Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando but volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight it is good to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to let is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as a Franco he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him and now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him with fondness as.

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"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"arturo franco melinda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Housekeeping teams out of the whole healthcare industry first responders anyone down the respiratory therapist physical therapist in the janitors everybody everybody in the hospital the event was actually eight hours long the first six hours streamed online the last you on network TV throughout the day millions of people tuned it in studio city I'm Laurie Perez CBS two news the other healthcare workers are really heroes in this absolutely well despite those glimmers of hope also stories of inspiration today it was a tough day in LA LA county health officials reported the highest number of new deaths yet eighty one new doubts today bringing the total to nearly six hundred here more than twelve thousand people have been infected in LA county and overall nearly eighteen thousand cases in southern California counties as CBS's Greg mills shows us some of the most startling numbers are from nursing homes as you can see they are masked up and taking precautions of Briar oak on Sunset in east Hollywood despite their best efforts this nursing facility has an outbreak of covert nineteen cases unmatched in all of southern California there are twenties nursing homes and care facilities that have had outbreaks with more than twenty residents of testing positive for covert nineteenth that's just LA county alone this nursing facility is the hottest of covert nineteen hot spots in all of southern California sixty two staff and eighty patients here tested positive for covert nineteen shocking people we spoke to knew that nursing facilities have been hit awfully hard but tell the numbers were released they didn't know just how hard I guess I mean truthfully I have no idea numbers are out now and here the nursing facilities in southern California with the most confirm covert nineteen cases between staff and patients one hundred forty two people with covert nineteen at Briar oak on Sunset eighty people tested positive at the care center in sambar to Dino seventy three at country village south in Los Angeles and seventy at garden crest in Silverlake we figure there are a couple cases here within seventy Malian Jeffrey live across the street from garden cress in Silver Lake and thanks to daily coronavirus updates they were fully aware of the disproportionate number of people infected at nursing homes seventy people with covert nineteen in one facility some of the people living in this area it's devastating as you know most people in nursing homes are sixty five years or older a very vulnerable group when it comes to cope with nineteen it is Hollywood drug bills CBS two news heartbreak in SO Mar were a volunteer was killed in an accident during the food drive in church CBSE's Christopher Hart talked to the victim's family loved ones and parishioners here at the first southern Baptist church in Seoul Mar are grieving and remembering a man who they say died the way he lived helping others there is a big music and it gave the gave you a little but I mean he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him localized by Linus but please be guided on zero one okay let us numbers on there aren't words to explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight it is good to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed.