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"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Barbara Ferrer says people still need to be vigilant about health and safety practices for rare says more than 6.7 million people in the county have been tested. And there are 325 people still being treated for the virus in the hospital. Steve Correct, ARY King. If I knows the workers are paying tribute to the nine men killed at a transit agencies light rail yard in San Jose by a man they worked with. No NI saying work directly with some of the men and was supervisor of others. I don't know. What Kind of poker face. I can put out there as a leader. You support him. I'm going through a lot of Would say confused emotions. I don't know. I'm angry. I'm sad. The shooter killed himself. Police say the man fired 39 shots yesterday and specifically targeted. Some of the men who died. A public memorial is scheduled to be held tonight. It's San Jose City Hall. The reward for information in the road rage killing of a six year old boy has surged to more than $310,000.8 in Leo's, was killed almost a week ago. His sister, 15 year old Alexis Cloonan, is begging for information or for either the shooter or the female driver to come forward. Please If you saw anything, anything at all any dash cam footage or something suspicious. Business owner Bill Skeffington leads a group of businesses that have put up more than half of the reward. It's horrible stuff. This woman should turn yourself in, Take the money and change your life and get away from this bad guy. CHP is looking for a white Volkswagen sedan from the shooting last Friday morning on the 55 Freeway in Orange, Corbin, Carson Ko Phi Knees, flight attendant unions say they're struggling to deal with the massive increases in dangerous and disruptive passengers. The FAA normally gets between 100 Hunter. 50 complaints about unruly passengers in a year. But so far this year, it's already received 2500 most the problems are pandemic related and the wearing of the masts has been a constant challenge for flight attendants. Southwest Airlines Union President Lin Montgomery says her group is asking for more air marshals aboard flights to help keep order on a Southwest flight to San Diego last week, and an unruly passenger attacked a flight attendant and knocked out two of her teeth. Way have a crash on the one Oh, five in Hawthorne has some good news and bad news here as you make your way along the eastbound side. This wreck has been cleared out of Lane's coming up on Hawthorne Boulevard. But watch out because I make that Crenshaw Boulevard traffic is still a huge mass, leaving the four or five Freeway now beyond the scene of the crash. It's still a tough drive across is you make your way to the 605 out to Pasadena with Mike O'Brien K a fly in the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. Still, this big message to the Arcadia area Arcadia at the Pasadena It's the 2 10 westbound it. Sierra Madre. Looks like the car pull in the left lane remained blocked there. So that's extremely unusual, slowing back through Huntington. In fact, it looks like almost back to the 605. Now the eastbound to 10. That's pretty normal slowing now out of Pasadena almost all the way out through Glendora. He's gonna loosen up a bit and then back on the breaks through Rancho Cucamonga. Now just hearing problems out in your Patton State hospital..
Los Angeles County Surpasses 23K Total COVID-19 Deaths
"People have lost their lives to cope it a year ago, there were just 13 total coronavirus deaths. It comes as the county logs and other 66 deaths connect to the virus and 600 H new cases. Today, County Public Health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says she worried that numbers could rise now that we are in a holiday period every time in the past is this happened. Pretty much our cases have gone up. But more Angelenos are getting vaccinated and that can help ease that concern. Today, Governor Gavin Newsom announced starting April 15th All Californians, 16 and older can sign up for a vaccine. Like how he says it will align with the state and allow those newly eligible residents to sign up for appointments. New bureau, focused on mental health calls and
‘Variants of concern’ made up majority of Los Angeles County coronavirus samples tested this past week
"County moves closer to Maury openings, public health officials or watching new covert variants that could threaten that progress. Highly infectious variants of the virus are spreading, including the homegrown California strain and one from the U. K. 63% of the variance sequences past week are what we call variants of concern because they have the probability of increased transmissibility. And potentially more severe disease, County public health director Barbara Ferrer says. The warning comes as recent data from the states or from the state rather shows L A could be headed to the less restrictive orange tear another state's reopening framework that could mean increased capacity at movie theaters, Churches, restaurants, gyms, but Counties can enact tougher restrictions than what the state allows. We also know we have unique circumstances here in L, a county and when we need to, we've made modifications to Theo the re opening guidelines to reflect concerns we have today the county is reporting more than 660 new cases and another 92 covert related deaths.
City of Los Angeles to Offer More Than 70K COVID-19 Vaccine Doses This Week
"Director Barbara Ferrer says the county got a bump in vaccine supply. For this week. We received over 259,000 doses and none of which were Johnson and Johnson. This week we received a very small number of Johnson and Johnson doses. This was 6000 doses. Ferrer says last week the county didn't get a shipment from Johnson and Johnson and all the doses this week will go to underserved communities and the homeless. Mayor Garcetti says the city will offer more than 70,000 doses of covert 19 vaccine this week, including 50001st shots, he says L A expects to receive about 50,000 doses of Moderna 20,000 Fizer. And 2000 of Johnson and Johnson, A man in
Los Angeles County Urges State To Provide More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses
"Officials say Vaccine supply is not keeping up with demand, especially when more people become eligible to get a shot This week alone. There are over 627,000 appointments, lots that were available and we only had enough doses for about 259,000 appointments. County Health director Barbara Ferrer says the county will not be getting any of the Johnson and Johnson doses this week. The county got 54,000 last week. And she says it's possible the county won't get any of the one shot doses for next week, though she wouldn't say why there was a stop to the Johnson and Johnson shipment. As of today, people with underlying health conditions can now join with emergency services in agriculture workers for their shot.
Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules
"Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off.
From Forum to Fairplex to Six Flags: 5 vaccination mega-centers roll out in Los Angeles County
"Five large drive through vaccination sites in the cities of Inglewood, Northridge, Downey, Valencia and Pomona County Health Director Barbara Ferrer says those 65 older can also go to these sites go to vaccinate l a county dot com. To sign up for an appointment at both the large capacity vaccination sites. Those five sites but also at other smaller vaccination kit sites across the county career, says almost all the frontline health care workers in the county have received both shots. She says she hopes the state can send more doses of the vaccine before they run out of the current inventory. Over 19 testing
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Even more progress in the coming not weeks, but the coming days as well. So this is quintessential warden right here. He's asked a very simple, very direct question. And the answer is such a word salad. You have no idea what you just heard. And yes, for a politician to not make sense. That is that is par for the course, especially here in California, where so many of them are bad at their job, But when you're in the middle of a crisis, clarity is key. Your appointees have to know where you stand. The counties have to know where you stand. The medical providers have to know where you stand and the people who want to get the vaccine have to know where you stand and what they're supposed to do, and nobody knows it. And every time he's asked to provide clarity He muddies the waters more his inability to do his job. The same is as the fake doctor Barbara Ferrer is costing people their lives. We need someone better in that position. If we're gonna get through this without losing more people, you know, he didn't put in that giant word salad he mentioned We put out this goal of million vaccinations in 10 days. What he didn't say was we did not meet that goal. No, he talks about the goals. Nonstop as if we're meeting the goals, but he just kept keeps throwing those numbers out there. And then I've also noticed that he talks about the fact that California has vaccinated more people than any other state in the union will find where we received more vaccines than any other state in the union, and we're bigger than any other state in the union. What percent of your population have you vaccinated? That's the key question, And he doesn't want to talk about that because our numbers are awful. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back with more sound from the press conference, including Eric Garcetti Finding a way to get back up on the podium and talk to the press. And, of course, your phone calls at 802 22 K A. B C, But right now it's time to take a look at those holiday roads. Did you see the pentacle traffic sponsored by in and out Burger, Santa Monica, stop and go. Traffic on PCH North bound in between the California Incline and Sunset. Echo Park. Sig alert the one on one South bound and Alvarado, Right lane and on rap are closed because of a huge pothole. Stop it! Go from Benton Way. March, a reserve base has slowed traffic on the 2 15 north calendar between Cactus and MLK. Head in and out will admit we're sticklers for a lot of things like maintaining the highest standards with our fresh ingredients, striving to do what's right by our customers and never, ever taking your loyalty for granted. Some may call US old fashion. We call it business as usual. That's dependable traffic. I'm Kevin Trip on a M 7 90 k A B C. Hey, guys, let's talk about something serious. You're driving down Sunset Boulevard and.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That staff will vaccinate 12,000 people a day We began to develop some plans to possibly go to 24 hours a day if we have both the team members to staff it as well as the vaccinations coming in to support a 24 hour operation. That may sound like a lot. But Karen Michael's, an epidemiologist at U C L. A says It's just not fast enough. We'll have to try to do better, she says. Mass vaccination sites like Dodger Stadium are a good start. But L a county has 10 million people, roughly the same population as the entire state of Georgia. Officials, she says. I need to think bigger. We need probably 10 times or maybe 20 Times. Dodger Stadium Convention centers need to be transformed into vaccine sites. We need to be much more ambitious right now. There are 75 vaccination sites in L. A. But even with those in place L. A health officials estimate it will be summer before they start vaccinating healthy adults. Michaels says Faster vaccinations are urgent because of the new, more contagious variant. We're running out of time. We need to get as many people vaccinated as we can, because this new mutant is so infectious. That it could really make the situation that is already very bad. Even worse. She's talking about the current Covad surge that's hammering L. A hospital's intensive care unit beds have been full for weeks, Administrators are teetering on implementing battlefield triage medicine, where care is given to people more likely to survive. And on top of that about 15,000. Angelenos are testing positive every day for the virus, Michaels says. The only way to stop it is to vaccinate the vaccine is not going to do anybody any good if it's sitting in the freezer, so it needs to get into the people. Local health officials are under pressure to open up vaccines to people 65 over which was okay this week by Governor Gavin Newsom. But l a county size means they still aren't through health workers, says County public health Director Barbara Ferrer. Our estimate is that there between 708 100,000 health care workers that qualify to be vaccinated and face one, eh? The big number. So for now, on Lee, Health workers will be inoculated at Dodger.
Los Angeles County testing for new more contagious coronavirus strain
"Medical researchers are working to determine whether a new covert 19 strain has arrived. Scientists at local labs in Los Angeles or Testing Cove in 19 positive samples from patients in the region to find out whether the strain first reported in England may also already be present in southern California. The different version of the virus is more easily transmitted. County health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says genetic testing of samples is underway and it will take a week to see
Los Angeles County Reports 8k Deaths, Daily Deaths Increase of 258%
"County Health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says the death toll is her county has passed 8000 she knows the daily death toll has jumped in just the last month since November. 9th average daily deaths have increased 258%. From 12 average deaths per day to 43 this past week nationally,
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Hits the mark. We think it's safe. We think it's effective. It's not the authorization that we're all looking for that authorization that's going to trigger that distribution to the states. But it does say that they don't see any showstoppers. That's a big deal going into this really critical meeting that we have. On Thursday. National health regulators in the UK say people with a history of serious allergic reactions. Should not get visors covert 19 vaccine. The announcement coming is two people who had a history of such reactions responded adversely to their shots. Doctors say. Both are recovering. Well, All of this coming is covert cases increase. Once again. Dr. Barbara Ferrer is in Los Angeles, where off the more than 3000 people hospitalized with covert. A quarter of them are in the ICU. We dont hope that this new Stay at home order gives us an opportunity to place a pause on all non essential activities that increase the risk of transmitting the virus so that we're able to get the search under control the Supreme Court denying a request from Pennsylvania Republicans to throw out 2.5 million valid mail in ballots now Texas is suing for battleground states, claiming their elections were faulty. University of Texas political science professor Don Kettl doesn't think it'll fly. We don't like people messing with Texas and other states are not gonna like having Texas best with them. The states are responsible for running. The ways in which votes happened in each of their jurisdiction. The House is overwhelmingly passed the defense policy Bill President Trump that was threatened to veto it because it doesn't clamp down on social media companies he claims were biased against him during the election. Listening to ABC News balance of Nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. I think this stuff works. I don't seem to have the highs and the lows, you know, sometimes you get real slow and love during the day, and I'm a type a guy, so I go a lot and I'm or alert and it seems like I don't seem to feel famished. And it's not very expensive in the idea of having that freeze dried or that nutrient in that capsule and who's gonna eat all those vegetables? You know, most of us don't eat right anyway. So whatever this science behind this, I think none of your nature is a great idea. I'm gonna probably stay with it until I drop Had a wide variety of all your daily recommended servings of whole fruits and vegetables without having to leave your home right now. Balance of nature is offering free shipping and 35% off on any new preferred order. Call 1 802 468751, or go to balance of nature dot com and used discount coat fruits. Democrats on Capitol Hill, rejecting a coronavirus stimulus package proposed by the White House that includes another round of payments to Americans, but also cuts back on unemployment benefits. Several reports now say dozens of attorneys general along with the federal government plan to file antitrust lawsuits against Facebook. As soon as today, anger after an African American man in Casey Goodson was shot and killed by an Ohio sheriff's deputy. This is Temple a pain speaking with ABC News. This is his mom. I believe.
L.A. public health director: Avoid those outside your household
"County has modified it. Stay at home order with covert 19 cases on the rise. No more in person. Gatherings of people from different health households and people are urged to stay home as much as possible. There's a vaccine each of us needs to protect. All of those around us both those we know and those we don't public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer,
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on 790 KABC
"It's that time of day when we take a moment and pause and say, thanks to everyone who's making the world run. Let's start today with cardiologists because all of us 8 7000 calorie meals on Thursday and the leftovers and Oh, yeah. There there went one person at the radio station yesterday. I had some steaks. That was nice. Anyway, We're all morbidly obese now and at greater risk for the Rhona. So let's thank the cardiologists, the doctors, the nurses, the lab technicians, the pharmacists. The police officers, firefighters, small business owners, truck drivers, restaurant tours who are having a real tough time, especially in L. A county right now. The airline pilots, flight attendants and everyone else making the world run while the rest of us sit back and wait for Dr Barbara Ferrer to get overruled by someone is the national anthem. Get mid days right with John Phillips and you can get.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on WTOP
"Very risky and should be avoided. Public health director Barbara Ferrer with Mork correspondent Daniel Back Even before Thanksgiving gatherings Cove in 19 cases were increasing in 32 states. The NFL is suspending in person team activities on Monday and Tuesday after a number of players and staff hosted out of town Thanksgiving guests. One college football game that was played Vanderbilt at Missouri. Sarah for becoming the first woman to kick off in a power five conference game for Vanderbilt was just really calm. The S E. C championship was more stressful to be honest, but I was I was really excited to step out on the field and do my thing She normally plays as Vanderbilt Women's soccer goalkeeper. CBS News Brief. I'm Tom Foodie. And 32 Group rallied in Loudon County today, calling for the prosecution of those who say who they say committed fraud in this year's election. Loco Patriots gathered at Leesburg Courthouse Square and Loudon County to stand up against what they're calling a fraudulent election. We have to stand up. It's a battle of the public will at this point, John Tyga's organizer of the group and the Weed. The People Rally, says that even though the courts have ruled against voting fraud claims so far that that doesn't mean that the results were accurate, he says it's all political. It's not just about a couple of dead people voting like we've seen in past elections. It is rampant and massive. And cannot be denied. Valerie Bonked w T o P news in those court challenges. The judges have ruled that the plaintiffs have presented no evidence of voter fraud and have almost exclusively thrown those cases out of court and Milwaukee County, Wisconsin has completed its ballot recount. Which turned up a small change in vote totals. Joe Biden actually gained 132 votes. Dane County is expected to complete its recount by tomorrow, but this will not be the end of the story in Wisconsin. The end of the recount could be just the beginning of lawsuits. A conservative group is asking the state Supreme Court to allow Wisconsin's Republican led legislature to choose their own electors lawsuit that was filed. Had basically try six toe completely over time. The election they're making a factually ludicrous claim. Wcsc reporter Naomi Cole's talking with Ken Mayer Ah, political science professor at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Coming up on w. T. O P. President Trump is getting back into campaign mode. We'll explain Next. It's 10 34 ever noticed.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Johnny can show John Kobylt can shampoo Can't fight. Am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart Radio AB. I'm watching them. Fox News, Fox 11 last night news cast of Alex Michel sending Kristina Christine Devine and they do a great job over there. And I'm not just saying that because they had me on from time to time. The issue is but it z The news that I watched it 10 o'clock If I watch anything at all, Because I'm trying to limit the amount of news I watched listen to because I'm going crazy like You all are all right. This is just too too nuts, too ridiculous. But anyway, they great shows on the corner virus. It's seven o'clock with Dr Drew. Phil Shuman was on, you Know, build illusion reports. He's the one who had the exclusive on the Gavin Newsom. Photos at the French laundry. They had had a report yesterday. This just encapsulated the insanity the absolute insanity. Don't have to West Lake, which borders on Ventura County. They went to an intersection. I forget the intersection. But people up there know what I'm talking about. They were talking to restaurant owners in Westlake Village who are going to have to close. Wednesday. 10 o'clock because of Barbara Ferrer is absurd. Order. Like right across the county line on the same street. Just across the street. Ventura County Restaurant's gonna remain open. There's restaurants there with big patios and people dining and enjoying themselves. And I'm looking at that. And there's all point of the story is like what the virus stops at the imaginary county line. What possible sense does it make? Abed outdoor dining here. And then you cross the street. You walk a few feet. And you can eat over there. Is there some kind of invisible barrier the Ventura County put up And then you hear that Pasadena? Has its own health department. They don't follow it. L a county does their restaurants are going to remain open. So somehow the virus is going to Circle around Pasadena. And head on down past the 2 10. Maybe it'll hit Arcadia. We're uplinked. That's stupid. Anyway, I'm all for Ventura County and passenger to be hoping because there is no danger. There's no evidence, no science, no data. Eating outdoors. Poses any Significant risk. None zero so Ventura County should be open past years should be open. If you imagine you're on the border You look across the street and everybody's open all night. Home and they're open past 10 o'clock by the way, Mature county, too. Right now. They tell us that the virus Shows up only from 10 to 5 and that suddenly the virus is gonna be showing up every day, but only in l. A county but not across the street Mentor, a county and not in Pasadena, which is part of L, A county, But as far as the virus is concerned the virus what is the virus thing passing these inventory? How did this the virus have GPS? Doesn't know what county it's in. How does it know what time it is? If it wants to infect at 9 50 they say, Well, you better get better get this done. No, I better the fire should have to wait till 10 o'clock, right? That's what it comes out. That's why the band's after 10. So the virus kind of hangs at 9 50 just waiting waiting for 10 o'clock to hit. Then it goes to work. This is insanity. This is absolute stark raving lunacy and everybody who wants to go out to their this Thanksgiving weekend right that people have plans all weekend. Thursday, Friday, Saturday Sunday We're all gonna meet anyway. They're just going to meet over somebody's house or another patio. Do take out dinner for Hopefully, the same restaurant. What's the point of this? They're going to be more crowded. They're more likely Tol. Let's get a little cold. Let's go inside. Have a drink. What is wrong with everybody? I feel like I'm just absolutely losing my mind. I'm losing my mind. And the capper today. Woz Wrestler Association went to court before judge to go try to get an immediate injunction. The judge said. No, but come back Tuesday and let me hear the arguments. That the county lawyers were saying, Well, the public health department doesn't have to provide any evidence. We don't have to provide any scientific data. What do you mean? We pay them. Barbara Ferrer makes $400,000 The county supervisors. Take almost $200,000. That's over a million dollars just for the six of them. Almost a million and a half. And they don't have to give us evidence that they're shutting down. Potentially 700,000 jobs..
Los Angeles County reports over 5,000 new COVID infections, a record
"Covert 19 cases more than 13,000 yesterday, L. A County health director Barbara Ferrer says over 5000 of those cases were their daily test positivity rate has also increased significantly. And it's now at 7.3% curfew across much of the state will take effect this weekend. Another member of President
Amid COVID-19 surge, Los Angeles officials warn of more restrictions
"L. A County is wrestling with an alarming surgeon transmissions of the Corona virus. Health officials reported Another 2533 cases of coded 19 yesterday and county Department of Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer says numbers like that day after day are keeping the county in the highest risk purple tier of the state system for reopening With the recent surge in cases we can anticipate remaining and tear one for the next few weeks. I don't think this is where any of us anticipated being As we head into the fall and winter for air says the spiking cases coincides with the reopening of certain parts of the economy and with big work site outbreaks. The number of cases in L. A county has skyrocketed 33% in just a month, and that means more restrictions could be on the table. If collectively we failed to stop the acceleration of new cases, we will have no choice but to look at additional actions, Ferrer says. Hospitalizations have also jumped in the past week, but so far there has not been a significant increase in local covert related deaths.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Health director Barbara Ferrer says there's a task force to keep an eye on the status of the vaccine's only tempered with reality. Check that having a vaccine that's coming out of their trials as being able to afford a lot of protection still needs additional research. Once it gets approved. Ferrer's has given the size of demographics of the county. A vaccine could be available here sooner than later. But initial distribution will be very limited on ly to those deemed the highest risk. Ferrer says she anticipates a wider distribution by next spring or summer. Steve Gregory Kate, If I know HUD secretary Ben Carson has the virus, he may have gotten it last week during an election night Watch party at the White House. The event is being considered a possible super spreader, since few people were wearing mass or social distancing. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows also went to the watch party. He also tested positive for Cove in President. Trump's campaign has filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania to block the certification of election results. Lawyers also say Illegally counted. Mail in an absentee ballot should be disqualified is a very, very big lawsuit. It involves 682,000 illegal ballots. Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani says those ballot should not have counted but we're put in a pile that can no longer be verified. The lawsuit cites issues with mailing unsolicited ballots to all voters accepting UNDATED ballots after election day, and it claims voters in Democrat heavy counties were given a heads up before election Day to fix ballots that would have been disqualified. Way.
Audio: Los Angeles County Health Director Says Schools Won’t Reopen Until After November Election
"To hear Los Angeles County health director Barbara Ferrer. Telling a phone conference of school administrators that she does not expect schools to reopen until after the November election. On Then what is the experience around case with an outbreak? Way open, even small number of people to be on campus way Don't realistically anticipated that we would be moving here or to the opening. K 12 School, at least through at least till after the election after, you know, early November like we just look at the timing of everything. It seems more realistic approach to this be to think that we're gonna be where we are now. Wait, get after until the weirdo with the election then that's the county health director in Los Angeles County, right? She didn't say that. You know, schools were going open or, you know, shortly after Halloween, or she didn't say that they would open when everything was in place, she said after the elections when the data and the science drive us to open up our schools right when the curve is flattened. When there is a treatment when there is a cure. It had absolutely nothing to do with science or medicine. She's been
No trick-or-treating this Halloween in Los Angeles County due to COVID-19
"Have some news that involves Children here in Los Angeles County. Where Randy the county government, the Board of Supervisors and fake doctor Barbara Ferrer have officially canceled Halloween. That's right. There will be no Halloween. There will be no trick or treating. There will be no West Hollywood Carnaval. There will be no Halloween horror nights at Universal Studios. It's all being canceled because of the cove it what's not permitted this Halloween, which is less than two months away. No door to door trick or treating because it's very difficult to maintain proper social distancing on porches and it front doors, especially in neighborhoods that have lots of trick or treaters. Also not permitted is something called trucker Trading where Children go from car to car instead of door to door Now, I've never heard of trunk or treating, but that sounds like some stranger danger right there. Gatherings or parties with non household members. That's not permitted, even if they're conducted outdoors, no carnivals, no festivals, no live entertainment and, of course, no haunted house attractions. In fact, the haunted hayride in Griffith Park is gonna be a drive through this year. So what is allowed You can have an online party in a contest like online zoom costume contest. You could be in. Ah, following car Parade, Khun even have Ah, dress up your car in a costume and have judges Judge it. You can have a Halloween movie night at the drive in theater. Maybe they go see earnest, scared, stupid Halloween theme meals at outdoor restaurants that that's something you can do as long as that restaurant is operating with the protocols that they operate outdoors. Even when it's windy out. Following themed art installations and outdoor museums that's going to be allowed. You're allowed to dress up your home with Halloween decorations, but you can't actually enjoy Any Halloween. Now It doesn't say anywhere that you can't eat candy. But imagine eating the amount of candy that the average person eats during Halloween, and you're not walking off those calories by trick or treating.
Barbara Ferrer Encourages Those Exposed In Los Angeles To Continue COVID Testing Despite New CDC Guidelines
"A person person who who has has tested tested positive positive for for air air announced announced more more than than 1600 1600 new new cases cases today today in in 58 58 new new death, death, she she says says 1200 1200 pregnant pregnant women women in in L. L. A A county county have have tested tested positive positive for for the the virus, and two have died. Hurricane Laura could make
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"This year. Health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says the virus has killed more people in L. A county than the flu or pneumonia months of 2020 covert 19 killed more than twice as many people as the flu did over an eight month, eight month period. Ferrer says Covert 19 is on track to becoming the second leading cause of death this year in L. A county coronary heart disease is the first A skilled nursing facility in Northern California has decided to close its doors for good stolen convalescent hospital in YOLO County has been hit hard by covert 19 with a total of 66 cases reported early on in the pandemic. 17 people died there. The facility has decided to close September 30th. A message posted on stole Wood's Web sites is after a thorough financial analysis. The facility would operate at a significant monthly loss with a severe labor shortage, increased regulations and no assurance that admissions would increase. DEP remark. KO Phi news for the latest on businesses open and close across southern California, You can check out our website CAF. I am 6 40 dot com The keyword is open. Cal State University's board of trustees has approved a new requirement for students to taken ethnic studies. Course. The movies the first change to the general education curriculum, and 40 years but at the end of the day, it is time that counts a chancellor, 10. White says students will have to take a course on black, Latin ex Asian American or Native American history and culture. There were some board members who wanted the focus to instead beyond social justice. But Vice Chancellor Lauren Blanchard says such a change would be too much too late. This would be dramatically different. Than anything that we have discussed with our faculty. The course requirement will go into effect for the 2023 24 school year Chris and Carl. Okay, if I news the mouse hopes he'll kick downs of serious cheddar during an auction celebrating his house. And so Cal. The Disneyland 65th anniversary auction is less than a month away. Some memorabilia from Mickey's House is expected to fetch as much as 70 grand apiece. Some of the most pricey auction items include the silver banjo barbecue entrance sign and its menu sign a space mountain vehicle Art from Sleeping Beauty's Castle. Walk through as well as the Tomorrow Land concept drawing and don't forget the Haunted mansion. Tombstone Prop. The auction at Van Eaton Galleries and Sherman Oaks takes place August 15th and 16th. Over 1100 items will be up for grabs. Jennifer Jones Li Ke f I News. Let's.
Los Angeles in ‘dangerous phase’ as virus cases surge
"Right now. Texas remains one of the hottest spots in the nation for the virus. The state's reporting. Another daily record for both cases and fatalities were also seeing the surge in California gather steam. Ed Baxter has the latest from R. Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco, the state has reported at second highest daily total of new Corona virus cases unequaled its second worst day for deaths. A number of tests on the rate of those testing positive also rose. The positivity rate over the past two weeks has now topped 7% while in hard hit L. A County. With 1/4 of California's population, That rate has soared to nearly 10%. Public health director Barbara Ferrer says that Los Angeles County is an alarming and dangerous phase and could overwhelm intensive care units and prompt sweeping closure. Orders have not
The Latest: 2 more big Calif cities keeping schools shut
"Record numbers of new coronavirus cases are being reported a number of states and hospital bed capacity is becoming a big concern ten thousand new cases in one day in Florida and Texas and eleven thousand new cases reported in California Los Angeles county health director Barbara Ferrer says they're considering more restrictions take the steps that protect our health care infrastructure so that hospitals are able to manage the growing number of people that need inpatient care at Miami's Jackson hospital system emergency physician Dr Nicolas de Meyer is getting to the point where it's going to be fall we have gridlock and we won't be able to take patients and just be stacking in the ER it's not just the Sun Belt Pennsylvania's governor ordering night clubs closed after an alarming escalation in new cases just shy of one thousand while some governors are requiring masks George's Brian camp is overriding local authorities who mandated face coverings I'm Jackie Quinn
California reverses course from reopening amid virus surge
"A county public health director Barbara Ferrer, speaking to ABC, seven about restaurants, not complying with public health guidelines last weekend. Well. Now restaurants have been shut down again for inside dining. That's because we're seeing an alarming spread of current virus cases in California Yesterday there were nearly 5900 new cases statewide, about 1/3 of them here in L. A county. The number of people hospitalized in the state has also risen dramatically.
Around 1000 LA Restaurants Fail Coronavirus Safety Rules Compliance Test
"Across the country, restaurants are closing again. The Washington Post reported today on closures in Phoenix Myrtle, beach. Houston Orlando all states that were starting to reopen only to see new cases of the virus crop that is exactly what local public health officials are trying to avoid officials like La County Public Health Director Dr Barbara Ferrer. We've only got two things right now. We need to distance. And we need to wear face coverings. Rare recently sent staffers to check in with over two thousand restaurants in Los Angeles and her staff found that half of those restaurants were in violation of rules and safety standards, mostly rules about face coverings and social distancing I. The requirement that all of the wait. Staff needs to be wearing face shields. We saw very few in the restaurants where people weren't in compliance. We also saw some places. Table's right next to each other, which absolutely cannot happen and some places We actually had manager say we. They were recommendations. We thought we could do what we wanted. The, first time for airs team gives the restaurant warning and a chance to get better informed about the requirements. A second and third inspection, the restaurant could be issued a citation or be forced to shut down completely the truth is this was our second weekend going out and the first weekend? The results were much worse, so we truly. It was actually an improvement. Our Protocols are actually directive. They're not recommendations here in La County and the restaurants must comply, so there was a lot that. That restaurants had to do to get ready so I. WanNa Start by acknowledging that you know having half of them. Be in full compliance is really the good news. Let me ask you. You know balancing safety with the reopening of the economy that that is just one part of a job that has gotten a lot bigger for you this year, but I want to ask. How are you doing personally and I'm asking is because public health officials elsewhere in the country, even in neighboring Orange County. They have stepped down after receiving death threats. First of all has that happened to you? You know I don't want it to be a focus on sort of what's happening to me. I think so many of us have received death threats. You know people unfortunately, a across the country are angry, and they in some ways. They have a right to be angry. This virus up ended thousands and thousands and thousands of people's lives It would be really important to remember that public health officials did not create. Create this virus that we're also you know. Part of what we hope is going to be a good solutions to the challenges that we're facing. We come into work every single day prepared to do our very best prepared to work with everyone with all of our partners to try to continue to contain others pandemic, and to try to continue to minimize the loss of life. That's what we're here for. That's our jobs and that's our
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"It comes to TV production Barbara Ferrer with her daily hunger games death toll says we've got another thirty four deaths due to the corona virus but not to not Orlando airport level fifty two percent of the population I don't know it was not fifty two percent of the popular the governor's side of five hundred it was to math can be you know misinformation is very dangerous very dangerous in the worst part is that it doesn't take a whole lot of of detective work to find out that that number was completely erroneous but people on Twitter telling everyone to avoid Orlando currently it's like people from Tallahassee I guess well Fulton County D. A. Paul Howard junior from from Atlanta made the announcement that felony murder will be charged against the officer who shot and killed Rashard Brooks that Wendy's parking lot in Atlanta last Friday felony murder in Georgia they don't do first degree second degree no they don't do that they do felony murder it would be a death that occurs during the commission of an inherently dangerous felony now is interesting because and California are felony murder rule does not include the fountain the list of felonies that it applies to you on that list assault is not one of them yeah the the felony that they're gonna try to use is aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the actual shooting of Rashard Brooks and then because he died call this a a felony murder the D. A. Paul Howard junior did say that there were a couple of factors that went into this charge and one of them was the idea that for so ever many minutes forty minutes twenty minutes whatever it was that Richard Brooks was just calm collided at one point I even jovial with the officers because remember he he fell asleep in a Wendy's drive thru he was hammered in point one oh wait we have with the blue on them which isn't hammered no but it's a point oh eight is your limit to above the limit bit would would get him a D. Y. likely there would be a chance that I suppose they just say Hey park your car call friends don't dwell he did tell them that he was within walking distance the distance of his home that he could just walk home but the thing is none of none of that I know what the DA's doing in terms of explaining that this was a calm thing made tents by the officers but none of that plays into the moment of the shooting and in those three or four or ten seconds before the shooting because as they went to handcuff for chard Brooks that's when he started to fight back that's when the wrestling happened that's when he grabs one of the tasers and then runs away the officers are chasing after him but as Richard Brooks turns around and tries to shoot the taser it one of them that's when the shots were fired that eventually put him down this officer could get life without parole the this officer could get death yeah but the question is is the DA gonna be able to prove the underlying felony of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon I'm because there are at least three aggravated assault counts and will it matter I mean it's it's it's very rare that officers are charged with a crime as very human more rare that it's murder in the line of duty and even more rare do juries convict them but is that changing well because of the big change that we have seen over just in the past few weeks I remember that the other specific and ends earth changing seeing in this case is that that second officer is going to testify against Garrett Ralph in this this was the day that is that is his aggravated assault charge for after the fact after he was shot yes so that's why he is not being charged with murder because he wasn't in the commission of a felony when he was shot and killed it we're after the fact yeah so that second officer still faces three charges including aggravated assault but he will be testifying against the guy who did the shooting we have had something quite remarkable happened in this case and it involves the testimony of the other officer David Brosnan because officer browse than has now become a state's witness he has decided to testify on behalf of the state in this case are what he has said to us that is within a matter of days he plans to make a statement regarding the culpability of officer Ralph but he indicated that he is not psychologically willing to give that statement today officer browse them hi ever has admitted there he was in fact standing on Mr Brooks's body immediately after the shooting the G. A. also pointed to the lack of medical care that was given to Richard Brooks after he was shot and he said based on the video evidence they have not just the surveillance video from the Wendy's but also witness video that was you know people people were in line basically for the drive through when we're sitting right there when all of this happened that for two plus minutes the officers didn't do anything to give any sort of first aid care to a guy that had just been shot until one of the officers starts on rolling I guess it was an ace bandage of some kind to to try to apply I don't know pressure to the gunshot wounds and it had been it was five minutes after the shooting before the first ambulance showed up so this is yeah I mean I've already seen people say that this is this is over charging that that felony murder is not gonna stick in this case because the you can't approve the aggravated assault you can't prove the underlying felony of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon so coming up next we will find out if we will run out of shows to watch I don't think that's gonna happen we can always go back and watch chips although the people probably take that off there wouldn't that also a story out of Florida we've said Doug before many times on this program there's there's something for everyone out there are you can find all sorts of like minded people things to buy and sell on the internet Florida be a good place to start or is it black start there yourself they got snails the size of basketballs there did you know.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Few minutes which is not what happening when you're jogging and you pass by somebody and then they yell at you for not wearing a mask I'm not scared anymore by what Dr Barbara Ferrer is saying I don't believe her I didn't believe her when we thought she was a doctor but I definitely don't believe her now and I think you're gonna start seeing less and less of her on the podium at these press conferences because you can tell from the interviews that we've played on this show Catherine Barker is that enough of Dr Barbara Ferrer Janice Hahn's had enough of Dr Barbara Ferrer we read for you on the show the open letter from people that work at the department of public health talking about they've had enough of Dr Barbara Ferrer in the two o'clock hour we'll tell you how the state of California health department they've had enough of Dr Barbara Ferrer because her actions on the nursing homes or should I say it actions are directly responsible for Y. Los Angeles county has half the deaths in the entire state of California and why have the dads actually up to two thirds of the deaths in this county are in nursing facilities it is because of the policies put forth by the not doctor who still going on TV maybe one more time this week to scare you into doing what she says she does best except that she doesn't eight hundred two two two K. A. B. C. is the phone number one eight hundred two two two five two two two it forever scare you know where that mask all day long even when you go to sleep at night but the face mask on your eyes and then put the mask on your mouth and hopefully you don't choke eight hundred two two two K. ABC it's the John Phillip show on am seven ninety KABC we see a little traffic sponsored by Jerry queen Norwalk the five north bound at the six oh five crash blocking the two right lanes stop traffic from imperial highway lead with the seven ten south bound between rose grants and a long drive two right lanes closed for landscaping slow through the work zone Arcadia the two ten east bound in between Baldwin at Santa Anita two right lanes closed for slab repair stop and go from rose made a DQ fans the two for four.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on 790 KABC
"We've got you know it's the fun thing about doing this mid day slot is all the news seems to break between noon and three right here in KBC we got some breaking hockey news no on A. M. the seven ninety the National Hockey League announced today Gary Bettman the NHL commissioner is going to create a twenty fourteen conference playoff and resume play at a date to be announced later this summer there will be two hubs cities one for Eastern Conference games and one for Western Conference games teams will be limited to fifty percent personnel in their respective hub city they'll be supportive staff there's going to be extensive testing they're going to start practicing early June maybe even July and they're going to have hockey playoffs that's right the Stanley Cup is coming back however it is only a twenty four team playoff and based on their standings being in last place and second to last place the Los Angeles Kings and the Anaheim ducks will not be invited to the NHL twenty four team conference playoff so we'll see you next year kings fans now we've talked a lot on this program about Dr Barbara Ferrer V. social science doctor who's not a medical doctor who's in charge of the LA county department of public health she's the one that's got a sign off on anything for the county re opening like in person retail which we're still waiting to find out about well there's been a lot of digging into barber Ferrer's past sense Jim rope from KABC asked at a press conference why should people be trusting you when you're not a medical doctor most people assume she was a medical doctor because LA county sold her to as a medical doctor and a lot has changed in the last couple of weeks since that happened including Catherine Barker throwing Dr Ferrer under the bus including reporters finding out all the organizations that she's attached to that have nothing to do with medicine and the fact that she is part of the reason that we miscalculated shut down the whole county full healthy people and didn't take care of the nursing homes well Jennifer van Laar of red state has been doing a fantastic job digging into the past M. V. insanity that is the world of Dr Barbara Ferrer who wants to keep everything shut down indefinitely she's the one that came out and said end of July may be and they had to walk that back Jennifer van Laar has been talking off the record to several people that I've worked a long time in the LA department of public health barber for is only been there a couple of years and she talk to them into writing an open letter and I'm going to read it to you now this is an open letter from public health officials unlock the Los Angeles pandemic and they are failing to protect the most vulnerable while the firestorm of the pandemic in Los Angeles county continues in our nursing homes and accounts for at least half of all Kobe deaths in the county we need to step back and ask who led us into this mess and while I have the most vulnerable populations been needlessly exposed to this virus most heads will turn towards Barbara for rare a PhD in social welfare the current director of the department of public health an issue of ports to staff touted jurist having come from the Kellogg foundation and before that the Boston health department as the commissioner there but in truth none of her experience qualified her for the job here in Los Angeles where over the years we have faced and effectively manage serious communicable disease health crisis seats as Mrs for rare stepped in the role of director she replaced a career employee in the department Cynthia Harding who has had a very strong epidemiology background and who had actually done the job as acting director for over two years with doctor Jeffrey guns and Hauser as acting health officer for the same time period following the retirement of Dr Jonathan fielding during this Harding's tenure she consistently deferred to the health officers the face and lead medical decision maker for communicable disease outbreaks in our communities utilizing some of the county's top epidemiology and infectious disease physicians as well as experienced field public health nurses Dr fielding's legacy of open an active participation of experienced staff and managers during public health threats while also intervening to alleviate health disparities in disadvantaged and high risk populations is no longer the case in the department of public health under the current leadership communicable disease is no longer a departmental priority once miss Ferrer was appointed as director one of our first motives was to notify all department program directors that she was the only voice and contact with the board offices this broke down a chain of communication in place for many years that allowed local public health managers to assist constituents that compacted that contacted their local board offices about a variety of health issues and act quickly on public health threats ms for rare knows that they're not calling your doctor for Erica she's not a doctor is the only control point for board questions and communication in the department even now many managers complain that they don't know what's going on and are not being well utilized for the pandemic our only communication with them our occasional chips and salsa sessions or virtual town halls these questions need further investigation once the pandemic is quiet again this is an open letter for people that work at the department of public health who have had it up to here with the knot of Dr Barbara Ferrer here are the questions wanted barber for rare leave the Boston public health department and why did you leave the Kellogg foundation where she indicated she was sidelined for months prior to getting the job in LA I have to think some of that has to do with the five hundred thousand dollar paycheck she gets for working in Los Angeles question number two why were lead departmental managers stripped of direct reporting employees while she hired friends from Boston who knew little of LA annex complex of communities number three why during the meningitis outbreak of twenty seventeen twenty eighteen did Barbara Ferrer refused to vaccinate paramedics fire and police until they pay you least union called for her out on it at a public board meeting number four why the series of highly experienced managers been transferred mysteriously loaned out of the department of public health the other departments or retired and number five did Barbara Ferrer mandate a large budget cuts to the communicable disease control unit in the months just prior to a pandemic remember Dr Barbara Ferrer does not come from a background of disease or epidemiology her platform for public health in Los Angeles is racial equity which I don't really see how it's a public health issue it's an issue but it's not we're nestled fairly related to public health if you ever watch these bloviating LA county press conferences the first thing Barbara Ferrer wants you to know after she tells you how many people they tested how many people got it and how many people died is the break down by race that's not the most important question at least in my opinion back to this open letter from employees of the department of public health that have had enough of Dr Barbara Ferrer but here the most important questions now as we are in the middle of this mess here in LA here's some more questions why did Barbara Ferrer ignored early warnings for infectious disease physicians when that apartment and broader public health community said Hey there's a problem number two and we've asked this question quite a lot here in KBC what was the LA marathon allowed to take place number three why is it county health officer Muntu Davis and M. D. in charge of the public health response number four why is Barbara Ferrer the incident commander for the pandemic as well as the chief spokesperson number five why weren't the nursing homes in early point of control for the spread of sars Kobe too particularly after seeing the reports of what happened in Washington state in that nursing home number six why we're nursing home employees allowed to work at multiple nursing home facilities at the same time even before any testing was available and continue to even do so now number seven why did the department of public health director nursing home operators to accept covert nineteen patients rather than utilize the reactivated Saint Vincent hospital I think that's the hospital that they re open that they could barely get anybody to go to but now we put them back in the nursing homes why were nursing home staff were a symptomatic but tested positive allowed to remain at work why did apartment a public health get the rare I'm the mayor of recommendation to house homeless in city rec centers against the CDC recommendations why didn't miss Ferrer request National Guard medical corps from the governor to assist in disease control in these nursing homes which again if you look at the numbers is more than fifty percent of the deaths in LA county came from nursing homes and Catherine Barker didn't take her long to throw Dr Barbara Ferrer for miscalculating where we should've been focusing our response a couple more questions that the employees of the department of public health have here why did she hire an outside firm to process the data she uses rather than rely on the internal epidemiology staff at the department of public health why do we have sufficient data on nursing home deaths including at the state level what is the county extended contract doing outside M. D. to manage testing rather than rely on the staff that they have with successful community organizing for mass vaccination outreach efforts we have a public health department leader that expects a relatively small cadre of physicians and public health staff to control over four hundred nursing home outbreaks involving thousands of nursing home patients and outbreaks in shelters nearly sixty thousand homeless in our county current staff engaged in these outbreaks are exhausted and carry on valiantly without the consent of department level leadership instead relying on what they understand is good public health practice working long hours and making headway in this effort they deserve our support and thanks anyone with a depth of public health experience in dealing with outbreaks will tell you the controlling hot spots such as nursing homes would have been first on the list of community controls to stop the spread of cove in nineteen instead of making such pronouncements as quote you can walk on the wet sand but not on the dry sand at the beach deeply concerned local public health professionals there are people working in LA county that know what they're doing barber.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Barbara Ferrer says stay at home orders will likely be in place here for at least three more months there's no way that we could in fact the us not needing to continue with the set of restrictions but stay at home orders are already being eased a bit here beaches in LA county or re opening today Alex down ABC news Los Angeles in money news this morning uber is making a play to buy GrubHub KPK Jordan Christmas has details to go she Asians are currently taking place but if the deal was struck uber which strengthened its foothold in the food delivery business the company known mostly for ride hailing does own uber eats which CEO Derek because were shot he said was the silver lining in their quarterly earnings the company recently laid off fourteen percent of its employees and reported a loss of two point nine billion dollars last quarter but saw fifty four percent increase in uber eats delivery request financial experts see the merger massively expanding uber's market share in the food delivery sector to around fifty five percent Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one KFBK Shelley Luther the owner of the Texas hair salon it was sent to jail for defying government orders and opening her business and then later set free has come to represent a lot of small business owners in America who are struggling to stay afloat she agreed to go on the view where she was grilled and lectured by the hosts at one point one of the host suggested Luther should be worried about the health of her workers and clients by opening her business leaders response is our featured audio clip this hour I would assume you're worried about your staff and customers getting sick since there's now an up tick because of people not following the rules like yourself well I think that the there is a rise in the Kobe cases because there's more testing available and that has been discussed before so we expected a rise in the cases what we need to look at is the number of deaths if that is plateauing at all in to make sure that we have room in our hospital beds in Texas has plenty of room in their beds and are able to care for the people that need to come in at this time as a matter of fact there's doctors and nurses getting furloughed because there's not enough work so we need that the featured audio clip but there are some people say why in the world would you go on the view here you know I'm you know I'm a two ninety to present her side these emotion driven questions and she comes back with logic and says okay let's look at the number of deaths look look at the number of empty hospital beds and let's look at the number of doctors nurses that are being furloughed in Texas because they they don't have work well and that's the same story here in California and we are seeing some infection rates rise as people get tested and find out that they do indeed have covert nineteen mmhm but a gap interesting and that you would did you choose to go on there but you know she's she knew what she was getting into and and you know how easy is it for you to sit in a studio in Los Angeles with a guaranteed paycheck on the view and grill an individual small business owner who is trying to make ends meet well I think that a lot of small business owners would say in that situation because they are having a difficult time yeah that doesn't look good for the for the hosts of the view to do that now okay let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories now on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K..
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"LA county health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says she plans to extend the safer at home order through August fifteenth the city attorney's office has put out a list of sixteen so called nonessential businesses cited for re opening too early and some people in Orange County may get more time to make past rent payments during the Kobe nineteen pandemic five oh five we'll talk with A. B. C.'s Karen Travers Obama gate makes Watergate look like small time that's what the president said but what exactly was he accusing the former president of we'll find out from Karen and also find out why Joe Biden referred to president president trump as incompetent all that with care and in just a moment let's start with some of those stories coming out of the KFI twenty four hour news or in the LA county safer at home order will continue through mid August but with some possible lighter restrictions county health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says later today she'll outline her specific plan to extend the health ordered our hope all we see is that we're able by using the data to be able to lift restrictions are slowly over the next three months career was talking to the board of supervisors yesterday when the debate came up about how long to extend protections from evictions another pandemic related programs Steve Gregory KFI news news is brought to you this morning by reborn cabinets governor Newsom says a lot more stores can re open not just traditional enclosed malls but strip malls and those outlet malls can be opened for pick up did anybody else laughed the way he said those outlet malls if he's ever been to an outlet mall I'm just curious this A. offices also stated they can reopen for workers and able to work from home but it's still up to local governments to assess their own code nineteen trends and decide whether they are ready this state is also now allowing car washes pet groomers in botanical gardens to reopen Newsome says more than seventy percent of California's economy is open again with modifications Delhi city attorney's office has put out a list of sixty so called non essential businesses cited for re opening too early the business's include salons and dozens of smoking vape shops city attorney Mike fewer claims the fastest way to reopen business is to have the discipline to follow the rules right now well some people in Orange County may get more time to make past due rent payments during the Kobe nineteen pandemic the mayor of Anaheim is ask the city council to extend the city's eviction band to June thirtieth councilwoman Lucille Kring is against the extension mortar doesn't seem like it's that big of a deal but it could have an impact on the landlord she says landlords have obligations to a large complex they have to pay her gardener cool people cleaning people there are extensions do not stop she says landlords will work with honest tenants if you're paying something they're not going to affect your status made it so people can't be evicted for ninety days after a ban is lifted in Orange County rob Newton KFI news the number of people in LA county applying for CalFresh food benefits has nearly tripled during the pandemic the county says it received more than one hundred twenty six thousand applications for food assistance just last month a California congresswoman says low security inmates stuck in a covert nineteen outbreak at terminal island prison are still being crowded together a man serving time for tax fraud was the seventh inmate to die from the virus more than seven hundred inmates and staff I've tested positive there really is no space there is a lot of folks in one area congresswoman the net bar gone says many of the inmates have pre existing medical conditions they need to move toward doing as much home confinement as is possible again this is our low security if you've got a two year prison sentence for a tax case it shouldn't be a death sentence she says despite the fed's promising more home confinement only six have been approved the bureau of prisons declined to comment at terminal island prison in San Pedro Corbin Carson Calif I need the number of.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Yeah Dr Barbara Ferrer St Hey look just because LA county might lift it stay at home orders at some point that does not mean they'll be an end to social distancing and in addition to that I wonder if we'll see things like you gotta wear a mask you still got a social distance you can go out about at some point but in doing so you've got to make sure that your masked up and keep your distance from people act it not at seven AM I'm gonna talk about what's going on with states and the discrepancy between what the administration is saying and what its own health experts are saying and it amazes me how they're in direct contradiction with each other where the White House is saying it's over we're beating at were in control all the good stuff Jared Kushner just said we're going to come roaring back on its end as a medical experts say no no no no the White House is releasing a statement saying they both agree with each other I I I I just don't get it I really don't and then later on to do a story this one is because getting get some legs and this days are coming up at nine twenty Joe Biden and his run and the sexual allegations against him and how the Democrats are handing it the Republicans are handing handling it and I once again it's how does this work how do they get away with this the Republicans I'll explain allied dot nine nine twenty all right let's move on riverside county is saying no we're not opening at.
"barbara ferrer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Health director Barbara Ferrer says she's optimistic that relief from health orders prompted by this pandemic could be just weeks away the county could be able to consider lifting some restrictions in the middle of may the current stay at home order is in effect until may fifteenth did they just begin considering yeah in the middle of may this is not good this is like when when your parents told you listen if you're good right you might get a nice treat at the end of it and talk about may be right about this you behave yourself for two hours there's a bowl of ice cream in it for you and you you know what the goal is you know what the reward is and you're on the best behavior that our vague S. it doesn't work that's the thing is it doesn't work and that's why I talk about this this that you know a bubbling up of frustration if you don't give people specific goals telling them to stay there does it mean anything or flattening the curve I know that we are but what give me a score give me a give me a give me an actual measuring stick by which I can base my actions all right well the Kentucky governor Andy Beshear was very upset last night during his Monday night news conference he was talking about the bad apple that apple understand that unfortunately it's gonna take a little bit of time in these because a couple of bad apples can make up of this challenge that much more difficult for instance we had somebody apply for unemployment for two box score here in Kentucky and that person probably thought they were being funny they probably dead except for the fact that because of them we've got to go through so many other claims that one person thinking that they were funny using somebody else's identity is going to make tens of thousands potentially of other people white I love that he says here in Kentucky like everyone knows to park lives in LA you know it's so crazy that it right in Kentucky a dude's been dead for how many years and a lot of years team twenty something twenty two years he died in.
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"Director Dr Barbara Ferrer says the spike happened because more testing is available and the results are coming in faster and we're also catching up on a backlogs and getting testing results that have been delayed for air says the total positive cases in the county have climbed to twelve hundred sixteen and as of yesterday ninety four hundred people have been tested unemployment claims have surged in California employment development department spokeswoman Laurie levy says the new number of claims is historic last week the week ending the twenty first CD process around a hundred and eighty seven thousand the unemployment insurance claims that the up three hundred and sixty three percent from the same week a year ago levy says her agency is staffed up and now some recent retirees to come back to work to help process applications she says the average claim is paid out within three weeks LA county sheriff in a way this is during the order to stay home he's only allowing the sale of guns and ammo to those in law enforcement or security professions Vienna waiver says his order applies to unincorporated LA county and the forty two contracts cities he says the other cities will make their own decisions whether or not to restrict sales city ballet for example they have banned all gun shops to close them throughout the duration this pandemic and it'll be up to each individual chief of police and there's forty five in Los Angeles county either way the says his decision was based on concerns over what he calls panic gun buying a child in Kentucky who can't go to school because of the corona virus pandemic has graded his mom on her home schooling and it's not going good that's what eight year old Ben wrote in his journal about his first day of being home schooled by his mom Candice center Kennedy the mama brutally honest Ben and his ten and twelve year old siblings saw the funny side of her son's critique and posted a picture of it on Facebook it was titled home schooled it's not going good my mom's getting stressed out my mom is really confused we took a break so my mom can figure this stuff out and I'm telling you it is not going good good luck mom Jennifer Jones Lee KFI news a dog in Mexico has fetches owner some Cheetos the regular ones not the spicy ones well he was a self quarantine because of the corona virus the man attached a note and a twenty dollar bill do is two hours caller and sent him across the street to the store the no war in the brochure to be nice to his dog hill bite the dog made it back across the street with the bag in his mouth or up to the minute information on the corona virus you can check out our website at KFI am six forty dot com keyword.