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Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments

Chris Plante

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments

"35,000 appointments will be made available for the vaccine at three o'clock today in Cook County for those 16 and over and those appointments are for the mass vaccination cited includes only Fizer and Moderno vaccines. Now the county is halted the use of Johnson and Johnson, while the CDC and the FDA investigate a number of cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. And individuals were reported ABC is Ava Pilgrim. It's really important to note this type of blood clot was seen in combination with low levels of blood platelets, and the treatment of this specific type of blood clot is different from the treatment that might typically be administered. Now, nearly seven million people have gotten the J and J vaccine at this point. Johnson and Johnson responding, saying in a statement. The safety and well being of our people who use our products is our number one priority. At present, no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events and the vaccine. CDC recommends people who have received a James J vaccine and developed severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks of inoculation to contact their health care provider. Meantime, Illinois health officials have halted all use of the J and J vaccines providers or to use Madonna and Fizer. The same goes for Indiana. If you're headed there to try and get a

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Trying to corral a killer coronavirus keeps piling on. But WBC's Carl Stevens minds the state's daily covert report and find some gold. It could be Sunday. Snow Storm and the Super Bowl might have had an impact on people getting tested for the virus. The latest update from the state Department of Public Health Shows fewer than 1300 new confirmed cases of the virus in the state, but that's from fewer than 43,000 tests. That's the lowest of the year. There are more than 58,000 estimated number of active cases, the number of covert patients in hospitals went down a couple 2 1387, the lowest number of the year. Another low number for the year. The seven day positivity rate for the second day in a row. It's a 2.96%, so those positive trends continue. Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio. The Corona virus vaccine is about to hit the mainstream. About a million doses are being sent out this week to pharmacies across the country. This, says ABC News correspondent Ava Pilgrim tells us about a disturbing uptick of cases in one age group, researchers are tracking an increase in confirmed cases in Children up 10% in the last two weeks. The family of Mackenzie gone Gora in San Antonio is looking for answers. They say the nine year old was sick with Cove it and recovering at home. Doctors told him kind of the standard thing that they told parents with kids with Kobe, especially with a respiratory issues, toe. Keep an eye on her keep her comfortable. But just three days after she tested positive, Mackenzie passed away her cause of death Still under review, the Academy of Pediatrics says more than 2.5 million kids in the United States. Have tested positive for coronavirus tragedy in Lawrence, A woman is hit and killed by a vehicle while walking on route. 1 14, the driver of the SUV did stop and is cooperating with authorities. The identity of the woman has not yet been released. An investigation is underway Problems in Milford, the chief of police is placed on paid leave WBZ TV I team investigation. Uncovers allegations that chief Michael P. Getty, who does not have police powers pulled.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Long term protection against the virus. BBC's Ava Pilgrim has more if you think of this the same way that they talked to us all about antibiotics. When you get a prescription for an antibiotic, your doctor tells you to take it through the very end. Even though you feel better. That's exactly what they're wanting to make Sure people do, because if you don't take the antibiotics, and you have the potential for creating these superbugs, and so Dr Fauci is reminding people That just because you got the first vaccine and you have some protection doesn't mean that you shouldn't go get the second vaccine dose. You need both doses to have the correct protection against the virus, and the first shot helps your body recognize the virus and gets your immune system ready while the second shot strengthens. That immune response. It's not 5 47. Meantime, a growing number of online scams are now being tied to covert vaccination. The man for the vaccine is fueling a new type of scam vaccines for sale, according to the report out tomorrow, obtained by CBS News. Our investigation found that there are criminals and scammers who are preying on Americans who are desperate to get the vaccine. Investigators say they found sellers through Facebook posts, referring to a Chinese covert 19 vaccine to get around Facebook's defenses. Once they clicked on Facebook Messenger, someone tried to sell them a vaccine produced by Cine Novak, which is not approved for use in the U. S. Manuel Bohorquez. CBS News Miami at 5 47 P Buddha judges now in court. Team, the newly installed Transportation secretary Pete put a judge will be at home for the next two weeks after a security a testing positive for covert 19. Texas Congressman Ron Wright has also died the Republican in his sixties, becoming the first sitting member of Congress to die. From Corona virus complications. He had also been suffering from cancer. It's now 5 48. There are those feeling anxious about getting the vaccine not because of what's in the needle. But the actual needle itself. Biological reflex called Daeso vagal syncope be lots of people have a reaction to needles, says Lisa Smith, director of anxiety and related disorders at Boston University. Fainting is caused when your blood pressure drops, and if it happens to you, you know when that's going to happen, and you could do something about it, Smith says. Don't relax. You want a tense your body and the big muscle groups in your body. So you want to really test your legs tense your core and that will drive your blood pressure back up. And that will prevent the fainting Smith or did you not to feel shame or embarrassment? This is a reflex, she says, and there's a reason everybody sits down to get a shot. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio at 5 49 President Biden speaking frankly about the effect the pandemic is having on kids across the country. Also, educators who teach them he was speaking to CBS is Norah O'Donnell during a Super Bowl interview the president, saying the closing of schools constitutes a national emergency. Do you think it's time for schools to reopen? I think it's time for school through open safely safely. Teachers want to go back. My wife's a teacher. They want to go back to school. But what they're initially told, and the science seemed to dictate is you have to have fewer people in classroom. You have to have ventilation systems that had been reworked. You have to have more school Busses, because not as many kids can get on one school bus. You've got to have sanitation and the everything from the dining room of the laboratories and part of the covert relief package President Biden has proposed includes additional funding for schools to operate safely. In person. It's not 5 50 Worcester, a coalition of black and Hispanic residents, claiming the city system for electing school committee members discriminates against communities of color WBC's John Bay back telling us they're now taking their case to court. The plaintiffs say that the current system basically locks out the minority community from the representative process. Now the city manager and mayor, both named in the lawsuit, as is the city clerk. It's nearly 40 page through to contend with current system prevents a fair government from representing the people. It says that such a lopsided structure prevents the minority community in particular from making the case for real change within the school system. Whisker students or 60%, black or Latino. But on Lee, One candidate of color has been elected the panel since about 2009 no comment from the city yet. And the Worcester bureau. John Bay Bank WBZ Boston's news radio at 5 50. Some entertainment news We are saying goodbye this morning to a supreme talent. Mary Wilson, an original member of the Supremes, has died..

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"About What we need to do. Going forward Publican Senator Dale Coyne. God joining Democrats opposing the measure, I fear is that people in our state will use the actions of this chamber to say, Well, there's another reason we can't open our schools. It now heads to the assembly, where voted scheduled tomorrow. If approved, it would undo the mandate. Tony Braddock WTMJ News. Wisconsin's positive coping 19 numbers continue trending in the right direction. During Tuesday's update, the Department of Health Services reported 1300 new cases 54 additional deaths yesterday. His total, marking the fourth straight day of fewer than 2000 new cases. As for vaccinations, DHS has more than 361,000 doses have been administered, including more than 69,000 people who have gotten both shots. Some vaccine mega sites around the country not able to open but the White House says governor says two governors rather than Maury is coming. Help is on the way. President Biden announcing plans to ramp up the vaccine effort, we will increase overall weekly vaccinations. Abuses the state's tribes and territories from 8.6 million doses to a minimum 10 million doses starting next week. That's an increase of 1.4 million doses per week. The plan includes buying an additional 100 million doses of both the Fizer and Madonna vaccines, bringing the total available doses to 600 million enough to vaccinate 300 million Americans By the end of this summer, a BCS Ava Pilgrim, a former farmer system graft in his accused of spoiling hundreds Of doses of the covert vaccine. Now reaching a plea deal with prosecutors, Stephen Brandenburg is agreeing to plead guilty to federal tampering charges for his actions. Prosecutors say he intentionally left out more than 500 doses of the vaccine from refrigeration because he felt the vaccine was unsafe. Federal prosecutors Tuesday, charging him with two counts of attempting to tamper with the consumer product carries a maximum prison sentence of 20 years. Brandenburg also faces a misdemeanor state charge of attempted criminal damage to property. Tony Braddock. WTMJ News has you're right in this morning, probably better than it was yesterday. At this time, Milwaukee County Sheriff's deputies Way busy with the snow,.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Weekend on Saturday, with at least an inch falling. In several communities right now, no worries, clearing skies 31 here in Boston at 6 35. The White House steps up its Corona virus vaccine game and widens the playing field, allowing everyone 65 years old or older to move to the front of the line. Expanding the group's getting vaccinated because state restrictions on eligibility have obstructed speed and accessibility of administration. It's simply much easier to manage allocating vaccines and appointments to everyone 65 over rather than narrower. Were complex categories, and it enables states to use much more diverse administration channels, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar as the vaccine rollout, stutter steps its way around the country. We get more from a B C's Ava Pilgrim. Right now, we are seeing about 700,000 people vaccinated every day across the country. By one estimate, the American Hospital Association, We need to be vaccinated. At 1.8 Million People daily to get to that widespread immunity by the end of May. Federal government's operation Warp speed the billion dollar program to get the vaccines off the ground will release all of the available doses now and will replenish in the coming weeks. When it's time for the second or booster shots to be available. US. Health experts say that could be a dangerous strategy. With the Patriots not playing in this year's NFL playoffs, Governor Charlie Baker says the state is going to take over Gillette Stadium, WBC's James RoHaas tells US Fort Fox Burrow Is about to become Massachusetts first mass vaccination clinic. Good morning, James. Good morning, and that's right. C i C health and Brigham and Women's Hospital are operating the vaccine rollout Angela Stadium, with staff receiving vaccinations starting tomorrow, then first responders beginning Monday. Governor Baker says Gillette is the state's first mass vaccination site. It helps to eventually get to 5000 vaccinations administered a day. These vaccines are safe and effective, and millions of doctors, nurses and health care workers are getting vaccinated across the country. This is a huge step forward and Gillette Stadium and the craft organizations say they are proud to do their part and.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Shot next, including daycare employees, firefighters and police officers and people over the age of 75. But it could take 14 weeks, nearly four months to vaccinate just those groups, since there's no concrete federal plan on distribution states are developing their own. Infectious disease experts say it may be time to lower the age requirements for vaccinations to 55 older to vaccinate as many people as possible. Dr. Rashi, shot dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, says the death rate from the virus is probably going to get worse, starting to see the effect of the holiday surge now in terms of infections, But we're not yet seeing it in hospitalizations and deaths. Biden administration is expected to release most of the federal government's vaccine stockpile to the public at once, heading off a new variant of covert that is much more infectious. As Inauguration Day. Quickly approaches, officials are reassessing their security plans following the capital riots around 6200 National Guard troops arrived to D C A. B C S Kevin Kenneth Mountain reports on the growing concern that what happened could have been preventable. Any moment now we could hear of defense leaders will lift restrictions and allow those National Guard troops to be armed for the inauguration. We do know that when it comes to the Capitol police, they have been tight lipped about the breach, but it appears prosecutors have been talking through the courts as they charge one pro trump writer after another. A new poll shows what Americans are thinking after Wednesday's violence at the Capitol, ABC is Brian Clark brings us the results. Majority of people believe president in Trump should be removed from office before January 20th. That's according to an ABC News if says poll, which shows a partisan divide among the 56% of people who feel that way on Lee 13% identifies Republicans compared to 94% of Democrats. 58% of independents say the president should not serve out His term. Two thirds of all respondents put the blame for the violence of the capital on President Trump About half say he bears a great deal of the responsibility. Brian Clark ABC News at least five deaths confirmed connected to the event, and there's concern about the threat to public health to details from a B C's Ava Pilgrim experts say the mostly unmask crowd at the capital on Wednesday raises the possibility The super spreader event, and that is on top of the anticipated post holiday rise in cases Theo s now stands at more than 22 million confirmed cases more than 372,000 deaths. Experts say they're also worried about lawmakers and their staff who are barricaded in close proximity. At least three people are dead and many others injured following a shooting spree across Chicago yesterday. Chicago police Superintendent David Brown goes over just some of the events that happened yesterday. Apartment building just randomly, where he produced a firearm and just begin firing shots, striking a unknown female and security guard in the building..

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Front lawn transported to a hospital after his house burned nearly to the ground. Learning an off duty U. S Capitol police officer Howard Leave in good has died. No word on the cause of his death he'd been with the department sends 2005 the U. S. Capitol Police sending their thoughts and prayers to his family. Friends and colleagues has comes just days after another U. S capitol officer died following the violent attack on the capital. As Inauguration Day quickly approaches, officials are reassessing their security plans around 6200 National Guard troops arrived to D C A. B C's Kevin Kenneth Moten reports on the growing concern that what happened this past Wednesday could have been preventable. Any moment now we could hear of defense leaders will lift restrictions and allow those National Guard troops to be armed for the inauguration. We do know that when it comes to the Capitol police, they have been tight lipped about the breach, but it appears prosecutors have been talking through the courts as they charge one pro trump writer after another. A new poll shows what Americans are thinking after the violence of the capital. The majority of people believe president in Trump should be removed from office before January. 20th. That's according to an ABC News Ipsos poll, which shows a partisan divide among the 56% of people who feel that way on Lee 13% identifies Republicans compared to 94% of Democrats. 58% of independents say the president should not serve out his term. Two thirds of all respondents put the blame for the Violence of the capital on President Trump About half say he bears a great deal of the responsibility. Brian Clark ABC News and an increasing concern Following that deadly violence on Capitol Hill about the public health consequences. Details from a B C's Ava Pilgrim. Experts say the mostly unmask crowd at the capital on Wednesday raises the possibility of a super spreader event and that is on top of the anticipated post holiday rise in cases. Us now stands at more than 22 Million confirmed cases more than 372,000 deaths. As covert cases continue to rise. Hospital ICUs across Massachusetts are filling up the plea, BZ TV's Paul Burton reports. Doctors say there's simply not enough help.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cases and 90 deaths to report as of the latest data, you're in Massachusetts as Inauguration Day quickly approaches, officials are reassessing their security plans following the capital riots around 6200 National Guard troops arriving in D. C. BC's Kenneth Mountain has the latest any moment now we could hear of defense leaders will lift restrictions and allow those National Guard troops to be armed for the inauguration. We do know that when it comes to the Capitol police, they have been tight lipped about the breach, but it appears prosecutors Been talking through the courts as they charge one pro Trump writer after another. And a new poll looks into what Americans are thinking following Wednesday's violence. What some have described as an insurrection incited by the president maybe sees Brian Clark has the results. A majority of people believe president in Trump should be removed from office before January 20th. That's according to an ABC News if says poll, which shows a partisan divide among the 56% of people who feel that way on Lee 13% identified his Republicans compared to 94% of Democrats. 58% of independents say the president should not serve out his term. Two thirds of all respondents put the blame for the violence of the capital on President Trump About half say he bears a great deal of the responsibility. Brian Clark ABC News At least five deaths confirmed connected to the event, and there's concern about the threat to public health, too, and an increasing concern. On the public health consequences, Experts say the mostly unmask crowd at the capital on Wednesday raises the possibility of a super spreader event and that is on top of the anticipated post holiday rise in cases. Us now stands at more than 22 million confirmed cases more than 372,000 deaths. That was a B C's Ava Pilgrim experts say they're also worried about lawmakers and their staff who are barricaded in close proximity during the assault here in Massachusetts Hospital ICUs are filling up as covert cases continue to rise. WBZ TV is Paul Burton reports, doctors say that's simply not enough help. To deal with the surge in amount of care that is needed. Our ability to take care of people is limited by the number of respiratory therapists. We have the number of nurses we have. We basically need double the amount of staff now, so we normally used to run with, like six, depending on the day 68 nurses. Now we have staffed between the two units about 13 or 14, basically, to help alleviate some of the strain the state has opened up to cope in 19 field hospitals. One is that the D. C. Houston on Wooster. The second is located at the Recreation Center, A U mass Lowell and roll. But then Massachusetts, the worst weekly outbreaks on a per person basis are in Bristol, Essex and Hampton counties. As frustrations rise over a slower than anticipated vaccine roll out. Some states are trying to shift their strategies, ABC Zoran SHAR reports from New York across the country, long lines and mounting frustration over the vaccine. Slow rollout. More than six million doses administered just 30% of the number distributed New York City opening five vaccination sites on Monday, the state expanding the list of who can get the shot next, including daycare employees,.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO

"Corona virus pandemic has left its mark on the finances of so many Americans. ABC is Ava Pilgrim and Rebecca Jarvis have some advice for the year ahead. Rebecca What's the first thing that people should do right now? As we know this was a very, very tough year for so many people financially. You have to keep in mind the things you cannot control and the things you can and take ownership over those things you can control. The most important thing here is getting into the right mindset. Yes, it is about the math, but it's also about the approach. So if you want to buy a new home or a new car or pay down debt or take a vacation this coming year It's about getting into that right mindset, setting some time aside and having the knowledge the real clear picture of where your finances stand today, and you could do that Eva with APS like good budget and meant they will take a snapshot of your entire financial pictures. You know the money that you owe the money that's coming in and how you're gonna make those goals happen this year. Rebecca, many Americans were faced with unforeseen expenses, forcing them to tap into those rainy day funds. How do you rebuild going into 2021? Well, one of the first things you can start thinking about Eva, if you haven't already is where you can cut costs, And there's a great app called True Bill, which will go through all of your expenses, all of your memberships, and it will tell you If you can get a better rate, for example, through your wireless or cable company, and they will negotiate that rate for you. That's one place to start. Another thing you can think about is behaving more like frankly, corporate America behaved last year, they automated everything. So you want to go through all of your bills and set up auto bill pay. That means you're never gonna have a late fee on any of your bills. Unsubscribed from the emails that.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"This message brought to you by the Florida Department of Transportation. Michael Solar on NewsRadio. 6 10 W Y. O D's six times operate are tracking a few showers. A bit of rain moving over north Miami Beach Right now, we've also got showers by This game. National PARK moving towards homestead. Otherwise, 73 degrees Right now in Hollywood. We've got 69 in Miramar at 10 01. After days of opposition, the president finally putting his John Hancock on two spending bills that will help keep the government open and pay for coronavirus relief. After its passage in Congress last week. The president initially called for the bill to be revised to include $2000 checks and refused to sign it until his call was answered. But what did the president get out of the delay to sign he did not get one single thing changed by holding onto the bill for a week? Trump let unemployment benefits lapsed for millions of Americans and Democrats are warning those $600 direct payments may now be delayed getting out. Happened. Folders ABC NEWS Washington A wrong way driver is to blame for a deadly six car crash and Miami Dade County. The wreck happened yesterday afternoon on Quail Roost. Dr. Troopers say there were witnesses who saw the SUV driving the wrong way for several blocks before the head on collision. One person was pronounced dead at the scene. Six others transported to the hospital a short time ago. Actors Lori Laughlin, released from the from the prison today after serving time linked to a college admissions scandal. NBC's Ava Pilgrim has more. Lachlan was sentenced to two months in prison after pleading guilty for her role in the varsity Blues college admission scandal. She and her husband, fashion designer Massimo generally admitted to paying roughly half a million dollars to consultant Rick Singers.

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Lori Loughlin released after prison term for college scam

Brian Mudd

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Lori Loughlin released after prison term for college scam

"A short time ago. Actors Lori Laughlin, released from the from the prison today after serving time linked to a college admissions scandal. NBC's Ava Pilgrim has more. Lachlan was sentenced to two months in prison after pleading guilty for her her role role in in the the varsity varsity Blues Blues college college admission admission scandal. scandal. She She and and her her husband, husband, fashion fashion designer designer Massimo Massimo generally generally admitted admitted to to paying paying roughly roughly half half a a million million dollars dollars to to consultant consultant Rick Rick Singers Singers Foundation to get their daughters into USC now lock Lynn's husband, Massimo, will be released from a prison in April.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"25% capacity. State leaders continuing the way the balance between lively hoods and lives, says the U. S. Roars past 19 Million confirmed infections. The virus has now killed one out of every 1000 Americans. And it is now 7 49, a famous face in the varsity blues admission scandal set to be released from prison this week. Lori Laughlin is hours away from being released from prison. The former full House star is said to leave this Northern California facility just in time for New Year's. After serving a nearly two month sentence and remaining in isolation for the past two weeks, her team telling ABC News. Lori is in isolation, so she is in no danger, and that is a B C's Ava Pilgrim. But with that report, Lachlan is at the same facility where Desperate housewives actress Felicity Huffman served 11 days of a planned two weeks sentence for similar crimes. Meantime, a social worker in Chicago has agreed to meet privately with the city's mayor. Following a mistaken police raid on her home last year, Alderman Raymond Lopez saying a sit down involving the victim engine a young is crucial for the future of the windy City. Think it's important that we hear directly from her that the mayor hears directly from Earth so that we don't make these mistakes again. Whether it's with the police or whether it's with how future mayor's handle situations like this, and all of the officers involved in that raid were Placed on desk duty pending the conclusion of an investigation at 7 50. There's a new take on waste not want not this holiday season and CBS is Debra Rodriguez explains. Considering ways to get rid of this year's Christmas tree.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dealing with the continued profit surge currently more than 2000 people hospitalized more than 400 of them in the I C U President Trump has not yet signed a $900 billion covert relief bill from Congress that would bring $600 direct checks to Americans, among other things, the president's pushing instead for $2000 payments. Some lawmakers, including Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, say the president's decision to stone while the bill is for personal reasons, suddenly because we have an extraordinary narcissist Pathologically narcissistic in the White House. He said. Well, yes, I know they were intense negotiations. You passed the $908 billion bill. It has very extending unemployment. It has direct payments as this that And everything else. You know what I have now decided that I'm going to jump into the game. And I want $2000 that Senator Sanders speaking to ABC. The president not signing the bill comes as some unemployment benefits expired last night for millions of Americans in the federal moratorium on evictions is set and later this week. Meantime, many health officials are worried about a post holiday cove ID search coming out of this past week's Christmas gatherings. Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN State of the union today that he's Rejecting the numbers were will surge later on. As we get into the next few weeks, it might actually get worse. Dr Fauci, one of the health officials who have already been vaccinated against the virus. He said today he didn't have any side effects and hopes that many Americans will get the shot by next fall over in the UK is vaccine distribution continues for the Madonna and Fizer covert vaccines. Drug maker AstraZeneca, also expecting that they're shot will be approved by authorities shortly Chief executive Pesca Soria also said he believes the shot will be effective. Against the new very into the virus, driving a rapid surgeon infections in Britain. Some have raised concern that the vaccine may not be as good as the widely distributed visor formula. Some results suggest that the AstraZeneca's shots is about 70% effective against coronavirus. This is in comparison to the 95% after Cassie reported by 57, it's German partner by on tech Britain's government says its medicines regulator is reviewing the final data from AstraZeneca's face. Three clinical trials. Karen Salaz, London One of the famous faces and the varsity blues College admissions scandal is set to walk free from prison tomorrow. This comes after serving several months for her role in trying to get her two daughters into the University of Southern California. Lori Laughlin is hours away from being released from prison. The former full House star is said to leave this Northern California facility tomorrow, just in time for New Year's after serving a nearly two month sentence and remaining in isolation for the past two weeks. Team, telling ABC News. Lori is in isolation, so she is in no danger. That's a BCS AVA Pilgrim reporting protests in Ohio continue after another unarmed black man was killed by police this past week. Protesters in a Columbus, Ohio news.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Federal unemployment benefits ran out for millions of people. President Trump hasn't signed a $900.900 billion dollar covert relief bill from Congress that would bring $600 direct checks toe Americans and extend unemployment relief, among other things, the president pushing instead for tooth $1000 direct payments. But some of the president's opponents on Capitol Hill, including Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders are accusing him of essentially holding the aid hostage suddenly because we have an extraordinary narcissist Pathologically narcissistic in the White House. He said. Well, yes, I know they were intense negotiations. You passed the $908 billion bill. It has extending unemployment. It has direct payments as this that And everything else. You know what I've now decided that I'm going to jump into the game and I want $2000. Sanders, speaking to ABC today. The president not signing the bell comes as some unemployment benefits again expired last night. For millions of Americans. The federal of eviction moratorium is set to end later this week. Meantime, many health officials are worried about a post holiday Covad surge. It's come out of this past week's Christmas gatherings, Dr Anthony Fauci told CNN. And state of the union today that he's predicting the numbers will surge later on. As we get into the next few weeks, it might actually get worse. Dr. Fauci wanted the health officials who have already been vaccinated against the virus. He also says today he did not have any side effects from the shot and hopes many Americans will get it by next. Fall, one of the famous faces in the varsity Blues College admission scandal set to walk free from prison tomorrow. This comes after serving several months for her role in trying to get her two daughters into the University of Southern California. Lori Laughlin is hours away from being released from prison. The former full House star is said to leave this Northern California facility tomorrow, just in time for New Year's after serving a nearly two month sentence and remaining in ice. Elation for the past two weeks, her team telling ABC News. Lori is in isolation, so she is in no danger. That's a B C's. Ava Pilgrim reporting protests in Ohio continue after another are unarmed Black band was killed in a police shooting this past week. Protesters in a Columbus, Ohio news conference Saturday. Andre.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He found the 57 year old Dear Hooker Lake about 75 yards from shore and used to canoe to reach him. We remain afloat on top of the ice and Once we're off in front of the gentleman, that's when You broke through, and it was just a normal canoe and water and ice Deputy Cold trip was able to coach the man onto the ice with him before additional help You reach them. The man is expected to make a full recovery cult trip was not injured. Reporting from Capitol Hill, CBS News correspondent has the latest on the stimulus package to be voted on by the House and Senate together. We've done something important I think we set the stage for perhaps something later in the next Congress. The measure includes $600 direct stimulus payments to Americans making under $75,000 a year and for each of their dependence. It also includes $300 per week and federal unemployment benefits over the next 10 weeks. It won't end all of the suffering, but it will ease much of the pain. All this comes as shipments of Madonna's cove in 19 vaccine are being made, including one in Wisconsin, expected to arrive at some point today. Department of Health Services Deputy Secretary Julie Wilhelm van Dyke says they will be distributed in a similar fashion to the Fizer vaccine. As of this morning, the Wisconsin immunization registry Reports that 10,358 doses have been administered to people in nearly every Wisconsin County, Wisconsin is in line to receive about 101,000 doses of bitterness, fax seen as Frontline health care workers are lining up for the Corona virus vaccine, so are older and at risk members of the population. Officials are still working out who should get the vaccine in the second way baby sees Ava Pilgrim breaks it down the CDC recommending who should get the vaccine after frontline health care workers and those in nursing homes. Next will the people over 75 frontline essential workers, including police, firefighters, teachers, grocery store and postal workers. Next in line people 16 to 64 with high risk medical conditions and essential workers in industries like food service, construction and public safety states get the final say on who gets the vaccine. It may not be until March before the next group of people received the vaccine. Sports traffic and weather are next WTMJ news time 704. This report is sponsored by new Male Medical Center discover.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Life threatening wounds. The violence happened on church Street near Kelly Park. No further details this morning. Drivers with ride share companies uber and lift are waiting with bated breath as attorney general, Maura Healey presses on with a lawsuit to clarify whether those workers are employees or independent contractors. California groups recently spent nearly a quarter billion dollars on a ballot question that failed to deliver employee status to those workers of the companies say they hope to avoid putting that question to Massachusetts voters in 2022. Instead, they will try to work with the Baker administration to develop a third category of worker that still considers the ride share drivers. Contractors but with some employee protections as well. Health experts in the United States say they're stunned with Moderna and visors overwhelming results on the effectiveness of a Corona virus vaccine, which could become available for some as soon as next month. Now comes the hard part figuring out who will get priority for a shot and win. Both companies get emergency authorization. 20 million Americans could start getting the vaccines as soon as December 10 million people will get Madonnas and about 10 million more are expected to get visors. Starting with those on the front lines, Health care workers and first responders have followed by essential workers like teachers, law enforcement and food plant workers, as well as adults over 65 or with high risk conditions. The rest of Americans would get access to the vaccine at the end of March at the earliest. Baby sees Ava Pilgrim the WH Show out with a reality check, though, saying it's not the vaccine that's going to save people. It's the actual process of vaccination, and that it says is a daunting task. The head of the International Olympic Committee is encouraging all athletes to get vaccinated if they plan to attend next year's games in Tokyo. He also believes a number of fans should be able to watch the festivities. Scheduled to start on July 23rd. The pandemic started to become real for sports fans by busting our March madness brackets this year even before the teams hit the hardwood, But next year looks like the pandemic doesn't stand a chance. His college basketball makes plans for the road to the Final four. The NC double a plans to hold the entire 2021 men's college basketball tournament in one place because of covert 19. Indianapolis is being Ida's The host city. The Final four is already set to be played in Indianapolis next spring, and the NCWO has its headquarters of the city. The NC double A will relocate early round games. That had been scheduled for 13 already determined sites. Jim Chris Cillizza BS. No modern brake lights suddenly showing up on the roadway 703. Let's check it out right now, with David Straka, Lino and the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, especially.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO

"Time to 25 as we said the manners to game Siri's with the San Francisco Giants this week. Has been postponed due to the continuing poor air quality. Here in Seattle. The games will be moved to San Francisco with the Mariners playing is the home team tomorrow and Thursday. We're learning some new information about what happens when you don't wear your face mask properly. ABC is Ava Pilgrim has more Gemma investigates teaming up with engineers at Florida Atlantic University to find out where particles escape on loose fitting masts. And why those who don't cover their nose. Half massacres are not protecting anyone, including themselves. First up the popular blue surgical mask. Using a mannequin that Khun simulate a cough or sneeze by releasing liquid particles. Researchers loosely placing the mask on the mannequin's face. We noticed that there were problems escaping primarily from the gap along the top edge off the mask after pushing that metal strip down around the nose to seal that gap. Fewer particles escaping there, but an increase in particles leaking from the sides of the masked by the cheeks. But overall a significant reduction in any metallic wire your strips that are present. You should always try to press it down and what a mask does not cover the knows what's called half masking. See? Drop. It's escaping from everywhere when you're half masking. You're keeping your nose exposed, which makes it easier for the virus particles to enter. Now, the homemade cotton mask made with multiple layers, as the CDC recommends, But without a metal strip, a surprising reveal of where the particles escape. They usually start moving backward behind the person was wearing the mask. Researchers say the particles can easily get carried around depending on airflow conditions. That's why it's important to practice social distance, even when wearing masks the mask with the least escape of particles. The N 95 the gold standard for health care professionals. That's a bee sees Ava Pilgrim Comeau news time to 20. He.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO

"Additional safety measures in place to ensure Maxwell safety while she's behind bars. The department just is taking away her clothes and sheets, making her wear paper attire while in custody After what happened with Jeffrey Epstein, they're going to be keeping an eye on her. The extra measures and concern around Maxwell comes in part because Epstein killed himself while in a federal jail in Manhattan on sex trafficking charges. Sparking a slew of conspiracy theories. I was livid. Obviously, I believe very strongly in that case, and as you will recall after he committed suicide, I Said that I was confident that we would continue to pursue this case vigorously and pursue anyone who's complicity in attorney General Bar. Speaking exclusively with our Pierre Thomas reiterated that the Justice Department will we'd like to speak to Prince Andrew, who acknowledges knowing Epstein and Maxwell but denies any wrongdoing and has not been charged with anything. Maxwell is accused of facilitating Epstein sex crimes by helping him recruit groom and ultimately abuse three unnamed teenage victims between 1994 in 1997. In the 2016 deposition, the 58 year old British socialite denied any knowledge of trafficking or abuse, saying As far as I'm concerned, everyone who came to his house was an adult professional person going on to say I am not aware of teenagers who worked in his home. Pointing out is important to understand that I wasn't with Jeffrey all the time. In fact, I was only in the house. Listen half the time, so I cannot testify to when I wasn't in the house. But federal authorities say she lied during those depositions and is now facing two perjury charges for some of her statements. That's a bee sees AVA Pilgrim reporting. U S Navy is sending the destroyer USS John McCain to naval station Everitt by August of next year, representative Rick Larsen's office as the McCain is relocating from its former home port in Japan. Two other warships recently have been assigned to Everett, the USS Cape ST George and the U. S S. John Paul Jones. Evert is currently home to five Navy destroyers and two Coast Guard vessels Come on news time to 50. That means it's time for a check of your propel insurance money. Update. Here's Jim Tesco. Still trying to overcome recent pandemic related delivery delays, Amazon is reportedly rolling out a new fleet of bigger trucks similar the ones used by package carriers, FedEx and UPS. Reuters reports that the e commerce giant last year ordered more than 2200 heavy duty you till a master walking delivery trucks from shift group Amazon is under pressure to make good on its promise of one or two day deliveries for prime customers. Investors today ignored reports of more big jumps in the Corona virus cases helping stocks post two strong rebound and finished with decent gains for the weak is a whole. Today the Dow industrials leap 368 points. The NASDAQ composite gained another 69. That's your money now. Traffic and weather Now Kaiser is off the chain. Everything is in one place for you. Your X ray will be done there. The doctor will see you fear.

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"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"ava pilgrim" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Degrees. Mostly clear Skies tonight alot of 68 from the W. T. M. J Breaking News Center. I'm Tony Braddock. Police in Sheboygan say one man is dead after charging an officer while armed with two knives this morning. An officer then shot and killed the man near 15th in Illinois. Team J four is Mary Jo Ola Is there with the family members of the man killed was a mentally ill patient. He was a person that needed help. Police say a female was taken to a hospital, where she was treated and released. The officer involved has not been identified, but were told he's been with Sheboygan police for 2.5 years. That officer is now on administratively. Investigators say the officer tried to disengage the suspect, who then reportedly ignored commands before the officer opened. Fire. Milwaukee Fire Department apologizing after an investigation into why a brown figurine was hanging by a looped ribbon. Was initially discovered at a station in February. Fire Chief Mark Roll Thing says their investigation did not find the act to be deliberate. That being said, I want everyone to understand. We strongly believe that hanging the figurine was inappropriate. And wrong, he says. The 12 firefighters responsible will face disciplinary charges. Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson is defending his amendment to swap Juneteenth with Columbus Day as federal holidays, Johnson tells w. T M J. It's about solving the financial burdens. I think we are at least vote on it. And I'm personally in favor of giving. In federal employees, another paid day off $26.3 trillion in debt, he says Every federal holiday cost the government an estimated $600 million. An accomplice of Jeffrey Up seen the accused sex trafficker is now behind bars. Let Maxwell longtime companion of Accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, is behind bars, the FBI quietly keeping tabs on the British socialite for months. Moving in to a restaurant, a home dubbed tucked Away 156 acre property in New Hampshire, she bought in cash for more than a $1,000,000. Maxwell facing a federal judge accused of facilitating Epstein sex crimes by helping him recruit groom and ultimately abused three unnamed teenage victims between 1994 and 1997. One victim as young as 14 years old, maybe sees Ava Pilgrim reporting there. The city of Chicago is issuing a new travel order for those coming to or coming from, or to 15 states. Stern warning by Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot for any bars and restaurants, looking to loosen their health rules over the Fourth of July holiday. We're not gonna have to take to shut you down and if you are shut down, you're not coming back. Any time Soon Thursday, Chicago's Health Department announced a new travel order requiring anyone returning from states experiencing a surge quarantine for 14 days. The 15 states listed include Florida, Texas, Arizona and California. Ryan Burrow ABC NEWS, Chicago, Fourth of July. Traditions might fall by the wayside as we mark America's 244th birthday in the midst of a pandemic..

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