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"board health" Discussed on Life of an Architect
"That's the book being passed right there for. That's what's happening now. It's really not because they're all really good questions and because he's a professor. I thought you know what there's certain kind of connections like we were talking about. I pal and that's we have questions about that. That were saving for later because we want to work our way up to that. And i was like hey. Can you take a look at this. Can you put together these questions. Of course he killed it. So i said i don't need to change any of these so it so enter. Put these altogether. But i thought the first question that's on the list is which is one that i think that we really should start with is. Why do architects even need a license. You and that's an interesting question. I don't get it very asbury. Often i get a lot of the questions about the process the pass etc. I think it's a really interesting basic fundamental question of why licensor. I can't out help but think back of it was in texas to start with you. Know we was back in the mid nineteen thirties. That many of us know that the new london explosion the gas explosion that killed almost three hundred students and faculty in new london texas because of a gas leak in the basement there was no license. You're in texas prior to that and at that point the texas legislature less elation said well we need to do something in their solution to this was we need to take this profession. We need to regulate it. And when need licensor most of the time and i think in many jurisdictions an income is basically a coalition of fifty five jurisdictions across the country and it includes puerto rico virgin islands dc nor the mariota's zwolle etc. So fifty five ditches. Become part of the car kind of coalition. Each of those have their own reasons. Climbing periods of of y licensor was important. I like to think of. It is very simply this. The role of us has regulators whether the state board or it in card is to protect the health safety and welfare of the public. You know that's the ultimate mission that that is kind of the grand bargain. I will call that. This is a high stake. profession. Just like i would say puts us right there shoulder to shoulder with architects engineers medical professional lawyers account. There are professions where people count on that. Actually do very much deal with life safety or health of the public. And i've always believed in my mind that a regulatory environment being a licensed architect provides a certain assurance reassurance to the public those individuals have attained a certain level of competency. Now pass can be different measuring. Sticks can be different for each of all our professions we sent. We currently have are threes of education experience examination but at the end of the day i know from an in-car perspective even a state board perspective when i was on the texas state board health safety and welfare was always a common aspirational issue. That we always talked about and try to always remember. We are not a an organization that is trying to promote the profession. We're not trying to carve out turf battles. We're not trying to lobby for certain scope of practices at the end of the day. What we really consider concerned about is model law in the regulatory environment of the public. So best kind of why. I believe we need..
"board health" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Oh, okay. We East and on guard for thee. Okay, honey, we stand on guard Lord now to present our nation's colors, please Welcome from Tampa Zone, MacDill Air Force Base. The sixth air mobility wing under guard and we're honored to be joined by a 20 year. Marine Corps veteran Well deployed to Afghanistan in 2000 and eight he was severely injured. He endured a nine month coma and as since disproved doubts about ever standing or walking again. Please welcome and salute a true American hero, Retired Lieutenant Colonel High, Edwards three. Once again, let's sing loud and proud with Sonya Bryson Kirksey. As she performs our national anthem. Oh, say, can you see by the dawn's early realize what's so I believe we Hey, you! Oh, that's why I lights last me naming whose broad stripes and bright stores through the bed. We're all as finite all over. You know, Once we once or so, girl Islands, least three aiming. Oh, the rock. It's rob Bomb spurs thing and gave proof through the No. Right that our flat was still there. Oh, Who say does that star Spain? Gold belt New hardware? Oh, Oh, have no Oh, no. Oh, no! Oh, Right Game two tonight, Lightning and Canadians and we have his full houses We can have fill the areas by the benches sectioned off some auxiliary media area sectioned off every other seat. Is available to be filled tonight for Game two in tonight's game is presented by Florida Blue, your local Blue Cross Blue Shield and the exclusive health insurance provider of the Lightning. I think they're about 400 seats short and that's all those areas that they got marked off, like behind the penalty box. Yeah, the benches Well, Canadians are starting Phillip Danault, not with his usual linemates. He's taking cock in the M E spot with Byron and Josh Anderson. We'll see if that's just the starting lineup thing or if it continues. Yanni Gordon. I know at center ice, Gord wins the faceoff circuit of wines for Savard of the right wing. We'll work it in. Price stops it behind that lost to Yanni. Gord Left corner Center be picked up by Denno writes at L. A Josh Anderson at center knocked away by Savard. Here's good row, peeling back the other way across the Montreal line. Barkley good row right circle, a centering feed off the side of the net. Then grab by Joel Edmundson. Emerton controls it and winds for Anderson at center. Anderson gets checked by Sergei Tkachev. The puck is played by Coleman and Lightning out slips for good on the left wing classes feed blocked by Byron. He'll bump into his own zone for Petraeus, both sides get a change. Opening minute, No score. Jeff Petry in front of the Montreal next look at things over, passed out to center ice for Dino into the lightning and love circle Golden Oh, tied up by churn. AC loses to Tyler Johnson along the far boards. Health. Pizzarelli to center Right Wing turn act with room across the Montreal line. Right Circle shoots saved by price and off the saying goes out of play. Good shot opening minute, no score, but it was a low shot. Have you had the other guy coming? I think it was stamped us on his left. So he shot at low, maybe the rebound the price. Is such a smart goaltender. He turns his gold stick, so the angles it goes up into the mess face off will be to the left the place. Yeah, I know, stays out for the fees off now, with his usual linemates liking and Gallagher Gord is thrown out of the draw came in the circle weight, So it's a good row and Denno to the left of the carry price. One by Montreal, Ventura behind his own net for Shea Weber. Pass blocked by gored mystical Good row. Rams it back for John Rueda, waiting for the right circle route to shoot that hit Weber and went wide of the Net. Lever gets it for liking and right when Brendan Gallagher spins it down the ice Coleman and liking and jostle And the puck is going to be picked up A Gallagher coming in late. Gallagher is check Gorda seal for Blake Coleman currents for Hedman by aligning that left side Al and Yani Gord lead to far for Blake Coleman, taking it back. John Merrill of Montreal winds to the Lightning end Rueda, there would have lost it to Eric Staal left when Corey Perry bumps it in Early in a scoreless first, the puck is going to be stolen by Perry into the slide. He got tied up by Gore that was sloppy passed by Hedman. Moment rattles for Rueda in the lightning near corner, thus, Celeski. Really? Yeah. He kind of handcuffed 10 minutes. Lightning get a change. Ruda continues to hold on to the park by the lighting that no score in the first John Rueda. Sweeps for Ryan McDonagh up the middle Ross Colton reflects it in on price knocks it away. Pizza for Edmondson around the near side, John Merrill. Upside outlet. Nick Suzuki. Mike Romero went caufield off his stick. McDonough Steel rattled back to Montreal lies Here's Meryl. Referee. Nick Suzuki whining it for Tyler. Toffoli Canadians with possession here. Edmondson off the right side, Suzuki 211 across the blood Red Circle cuts in front. Say Vasilevskiy at to Foley lost in return act. That's what the Canadians do. All of a sudden they get a break. Here's pull it the other way down the right wing possible and right circle point of shot in the swatches wide, right?.
"board health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Tomorrow in Austin, Texas. Overnight, Democrats walked out of the State House. Before a vote could be held on one of the most restrictive voting rights bills in the country. They only Osaka find $15,000 for not participating in the post match press conference at the French Open, she says those conferences are bad for players. Mental health. You're listening to ABC News. Okay away news. Radio Time is sick. So to a deadly officer involved shooting in Denver on Sunday as a suspect was shot near a liquor store in the 1300 block of West Alameda Avenue just before three Sunday afternoon. Police say they received a 911 call from the store clerk who reported a man with an assault rifle. When officers arrived, they ordered the man to drop the weapon, and after he moved toward them, they fired their weapons, striking the suspect. He was taken to the hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. Division chief Ron Thomas. There will be a multi agency investigation into the incident under the observation of the independent Monitor. The results of that investigation will then be presented to the Denver district attorney for their review. The two officers involved in that shooting were not injured and a woman in Brighton is facing several charges after a single vehicle rollover crash Saturday night on I 76 Bromley Lane resulted in the death of her 10 year old son. Right then. Please say the investigation revealed speed and alcohol were factors in the crash, which happened just before 7 30 Saturday night. 27 year old Karina See Soul is facing charges of vehicular homicide, careless driving, causing injury, child abuse, revoked driving status, Do you I and no Proof of insurance. She's being held in the Adams County detention facility. Denver School Board member Tae Anderson says he will be temporarily stepping back from board duties amid sexual assault allegations. He says he'll step back from everyday board functions until the completion of the independent investigation. Here's Fox 30 one's Erica Gonzalez. DPS school boards Health Foxworthy one It is investigating after the allegations came out during AH hearing at the Capitol Last week, a woman testified that a DPS employees had sexually assaulted more than 60. Students off that woman did not name the employees, but the board says it later found out. Those allegations are against Anderson and Denver police telling us they have not heard from any of these alleged victims, but they're looking into the claims. And talking with the woman who made them. Earlier this year, an unnamed woman claimed Anderson sexually assaulted her. Anderson has denied all wrongdoing. It s statement Anderson says he's confident the ongoing investigation will prove what he said from Day one, which is that he has never sexually assaulted anyone in the opening game of the second round of the NHL playoffs. The ABS beat the Golden Knights. 7 to 1 game to Wednesday and the Rockies snapped a five game losing streak, scoring two runs in the ninth yesterday. Get to a 4 to 3 win over the Pirates Big day for Charlie Blackmon, who had three extra base hits, including a double in the ninth that drove in the tying run. Blackman was driven in by Matt Adams is the Rockies took the lead and then Daniel Bard pitched a scoreless ninth. After an off day today the Rockies are back at Coors Field Tuesday will begin a three game set with the Rangers. Our next news updated 6 30 I'm Connor Strief, Ky News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. Another overcast day, But it's Memorial Day. Happy Memorial Day. The drive.
"board health" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I'm Patrick Osborne. This news brought by Central Texas Honda Dealers Cove in 19 Metrics are taking a welcome turn and Travis County almost across the board Health Authority market, Scott says the moving average over seven days is 88, which is still high, but it's not going up anymore. Happy to say that we get Pete nine days ago. People's 94. The positivity rate of testing has fallen from almost 17% 2 weeks ago to just under 13% last week progress, he says. We want to get him below 5% and particularly below 3%, so we have more work to do. Many of the metrics are projected to remain flat into February. Even with the addition of two more state approved vaccine hubs this week, Central Texas continues to struggle with minimal supply. Hays County Judge Rubin Maceira continues to play with the governor to approve a hub down in his county, too. We have submitted to the state Aid, our abilities, our plans and our components and all the intricacies of put us in coach. We could do this that there is no indication at this point if the states considering that fewer than 20,000 doses are arriving at the three hubs in central Texas this week, including family emergency rooms, Austin Public Health and Beauty Dell Medical The final phase underway today for the Save Austin Now nonprofits effort to roll back the homeless. Camping Ordinance co founder Matt Mackowiak says the city requires 20,000 verified petition signatures to get the issue on the ballot for voters this May. We wanted to be absolutely certain they could not possibly not certifies this time. We have already self validated over 53,000 had been the goal save Austin Now submitting the petition to the city clerk today, Mackowiak says they want camping Band Citywide. The CIT Light Ordinance restored and panhandling band at night. Let's check out your news radio K LBJ radar, Weather Watch occasional.
"board health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Out of the cutting the hill to the ramps and Covington thanks to the brand Spence Closure. Jack Ingram, NewsRadio 700 wlw. Right, Sunny day on the way we will top out right around 44 overnight Tonight, clouds move in 26. They hang around for tomorrow We'll get back up to 45 for a cloudy Thursday. And sitting right now at 25 at 700 wlw. And he had this size past election. In Oregon. It was someplace else. This is proposed. I don't know where people decided that we should be legalized Magic mushrooms, Scylla, Simon mushrooms, at least in Oregon. It's for therapeutic uses. And I mean, eventually will be recreational kind. Like pot. I would guess so. Now they state is forced to do something to regulate it in some way, shape or form. Was measure 109 legalized Phyllis Simon for therapeutic purposes. It doesn't mean they're legal everywhere and there's no process to become a licensed facilitator. S so they have to develop an advisory board, ironed out the best practices ethics regulations for Scylla side in therapy and do it all. Get it all done. They're ready to go in two years time. Among the jobs they need. They need their advisory board health officer Representative of our federally recognized Indian tribe. Mm, a psychologist of position Ah, person as professional experience conducting scientific research we're going to use of psychedelic compounds. Person of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Was experience working with the system for tracking and transfer of marijuana. Person representing the Department of Justice, a member of the public. And a number of others. And this is Just one of those. It's him with with pot. We debated for decades. What to do about, you know, legalizing not legalizing. And years ago, I was opposed to it. I eventually came around to the other side. And then it took like 20 more years before anybody legalized it. Now, no more more. States are doing it. But the mushrooms just kind of came out of nowhere. It was like, I don't know. Back in May, someone said, Let's do this. And next thing you know enough in November, they did it mean Oregon did it in some other state did to her to find out where that is. But it's a long process before it's good to go two years. It's a two year process. And when states but together it when the government puts things together, Things take probably at least two years. That story earlier talking to Tom Rivers of you weren't up in awake for it. That in the UK they have okay. The visor vaccine. And they will begin to distribute it. Interesting with the way they're doing it. They're going toe. The first people who would get it will be those in nursing homes and staff. And then it's health care workers and then the next group in line or people 80 and up. Then 75 up then 70 and up on down from there. So if you're 27 in the UK and looking for it'll probably be sometime around June, But then that's that's in the U. K, then the European Union. You would like to think most of us would like to see the vaccine come to market as soon as they can. They're trying to get a meeting together by December, 29th to decide what to do with the vaccine, like everybody's busy. The next several weeks is the pace at which government moves just Is beyond unsatisfactory. That would be my point. If I lived there, that's for sure. All right. Good news in just a couple of times, just about 7, 57 and stuff We'll get to in the course of next hour. We have yesterday, people talking about how the Voting machines were fixed with Dominion. And the CEO of Dominion Lot Bed piece in the Wall Street Journal yesterday, where he lying these kind of lays out exactly what the processes of testing their machines. And it kind of puts the bed the idea that they could have been hacked or fixed. And we'll get to that next hour. Right now. News in 3 700 wlw. If you don't have all the money.
"board health" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Take the time to thank those people on the front lines in the fight against the virus, not some prayers to our first responders. So the people that are in the hospitals, the nurses, the doctors that have just been overwhelmed by this crisis. And obviously our law enforcement and fire personnel they're doing in abstaining job. Cox and Supervisor Nathan Fletcher brought the proposal for the 20 million in covert relief to the board. Health officials say with the vaccine on the horizon, two pandemics and is finally in sight, But Assistant Secretary of Health Admiral Bret Juror says Americans can't give up yet, but right now we're at a critical and very dangerous part of this pandemic. We had over 1900. Americans die yesterday, So I urge America just for a few more weeks a couple more months. You've got to follow the guidance on MSNBC Drawers says it doesn't mean people need to cancel Thanksgiving but try to make safe decisions, he says. That means avoiding non essential travel, physical, distancing, practicing good hand hygiene and wearing a mask. The Supreme Court rules against the state of New York that could change covert restrictions across the country. The Supreme Court Wednesday night blocked New York Governor Andrew Cuomo from imposing attendance limits and houses of worship. In an effort to stem the spread of Cove it the governor limited attendance to 25% of their capacity or 10 people, whichever was lower. But the Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish synagogues and Brooklyn and Queens sued The majority on the high courts ruled, saying the limits ordered by the governor were violating the First Amendment's guarantee of free exercise of religion. The rulings a moot point for now, because the place is in question are no longer in hot zones for the disease. That's gelato reporting. Well, maybe a cool Thanksgiving but don't get complacent. The gusty and dry conditions can quickly turn that spark into a disaster. Years pretty unique for us here in November, everything starts to get cooler. The days are shorter. But unfortunately I fired threat still looms with a red flag warning. Starting tonight, Cal Fire's Thomas shoots, reminding everyone not to let their guard down time of year. It's easier to get complacent because Thanksgiving. He hell everybody's every focus on the holidays, and the holidays usually mean colder weather and everything's kind of easy now, But for us, we're still in peak staffing and shoot says with the pandemic, forcing more people to celebrate Thanksgiving outdoors. The chance for cooking related fires rises tips to remember if you're frying a turkey don't overfill the oil and thoroughly thought your bird Joshua Lipton Kogo news and we will be hearing more from Thomas Shoots from Cal ifyour this morning at 6 10 Law enforcement is reminding people drive safely this Thanksgiving holiday. THP will be out and extra numbers over the holiday looking for impaired or speeding drivers. The maximum enforcement period is already underway runs through Sunday. 42 people dying on California roads during the 2019 Max enforcement period in the CHP also made 867 dy arrest during that time 112 of those in San Diego San Diego sheriff's deputies have also ramped up DY patrols through Sunday. Woman found stabbed to death Monday on the hospital Grove Trail in Carlsbad has been identified as 68 year old Lisa Thor Borg, who lived in Carlsbad Police say a passer by discovered the woman between 10 and 11 Monday morning. Carlsbad Police are asking anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious in the area of hospital Grove Trail East. Monday morning to give him a call. President Trump has pardoned his former national security adviser, Rick Leventhal, reports He was a decorated war hero with an astonishing fall from grace, the shortest serving national security advisor in history. But Michael Flynn slate is clean. The president told the world on Twitter writing. It is my great honor to announce the General Mykelti Flynn has been granted a full pardon. Congratulations to General Flynn and his wonderful family. I know you will now have a truly fantastic Thanksgiving. Flynn is a retired Army general. Help shape America's counterterrorism strategy in Iraq and Afghanistan, But his tenure as President Trump's national security adviser was remarkably short. Just 22 days after Trump took office, Flynn resigned. Lynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI twice. He admitted that he misled investigators about conversations he had with the Russian ambassador during President Trump's presidential transition. And the president still claims he won the 2020 election despite the fact that a Biden Harris transition is already underway on dime in the Oval Office right now. And it's very interesting to see what's going on. And this was an election that we won easily. We wanted by a lot. Speaking at a Pennsylvania Republican event, Trump said Republican poll watchers were treated like a dog and pushed out of ballot counting facilities. Trump claimed judges are afraid to make a decision on alleged voter fraud, adding they can't let them get away with it. State election officials have said there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed lawsuits seeking to prevent the state from certifying the results of an election. Well. The Aztecs men's basketball team starting the 2020 season with a big win over number two number. 22 ranked U. C L. A Bruins final score 73 to 58 with forward Matt Mitchell, leading the charge with 15 points. The call on extra 13 60, Fox Sports San Diego G up permits for three good By Mitchell first shot of a year hijacking. Three on the aspects are right there. Down by three He has takes host U C. Irvine. ITV has Serena tomorrow afternoon at four. 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"board health" Discussed on ShakeDown Radio Podcast
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"board health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"While you Ah, you Catholics are intermingled and you had to go. Teo Kate. I'm sure you went to a few of them out of pity. You went to a saint ex dancer too. I plan it got in the water to absolutely a case Shorter. Welcome The program. How are you? Going things they're having me. So Kay, you're running against Steve Chabot for that for the congressional seat. You know, Let's face it in this in this area. You've got an uphill battle. Yes, I'm not afraid of a tough battle. But, yeah, it was drawn to be five points Republican back in 2010 but it's It's trending blue. I mean it. Yeah, from Hamilton County. I'm sure you guys know that its central and western Hamilton County so all the way over to the border, and then Warren County two and one county, you know, traditionally been much more Republicans, but it's It's really been trending it. 40% of Warren County voted Democrat in the primary. We just had which is up from 25% last cycle. So you know things are changing and I think people are ready for change. The latest polls have this in a statistical tie, so I'll take it. You know, it's a pollster poles and it's early, but I believe in and change. And now, Kate. Obviously, some big time issues coming around this election cycle and you've been involved in the healthcare arena. A lot of your life. I think you're on the Cincinnati board Health back, maybe in 2016. Kobe is the issue right? Everyone wants to get rid of Cove in and in his tired of dealing with it. What would you do differently when it comes to the covert response compared to what maybe say the governor or other folks in the country have done. Yeah. I mean, my goodness I have in my career in this, So I have an MBA and I focus my career. I'm bringing business skeleton Public health, So I actually lived in Zambia for two years back when I was 29 on 43 now, But yes, I've spent 12 years and public health the last four years on the board of Health here. That's a volunteer position. I've done that, in addition to my full time work, and you know we got this isn't political, right? Like what you do in response, Tio. Ah, virus like this. It doesn't matter if your Democratic Republican like when we first learned about it. Our biggest mistakes are really not taking it, taking a strong enough response in the beginning because it led the outbreak that we have here. You know, in the US, we are less than 5% of the world's population. But we have 1/4 of the death in the world, because, um Have we let it you know, it got way allow there to be community level transmission hair, like ideally what you would've done it soon as we heard about it is really investing in testing, widespread testing and tracing every single person that came from a place that was exposed immediately. Testing and then doing contact everything and we had some fumbles and some of that, you know. We are where we are, You know, like I'm not somebody that looks back and you know, we need to look back to learn going forward, but really investing in contact trade thing and I'm getting it under control is going to be the best way to fully open it up. I get frustrated when people you know, paint it as public health versus the economy. These two are so into related right, stronger public health responsive sooner we open there were the economy. So I do think I am encouraged in Ohio right now, if we had a big surge in July, but it's getting under control. So I get the numbers twice a day for the city being on the board of Health, and it's now half of what it wass a couple weeks ago. Our peak our second, Pete? Yeah, and it is encouraging. So we've got the math. Where does work? And are not to go to technical. But one of the key things that we gotta track is called, are not. It's basically the transmission re. It's everyone person. That's six. How many more get infected and that has to be under one? Because that means it'll die out right and left and one is getting infected for everyone that has it. And right now in the county, where just 100.9 so that's a good sign, and we need to keep pushing that down, and that will allow it, Teo, you know, reopen schools and reopened. The economy fully as as we get that under control. We're talking to Kate Rotor and Kate. Let me ask you as a while being on the board of Health. You have information that maybe we're not all privy to what do you see happening right now, let's put it on a nationwide scale. Are they are the words encouraging our You know, because we're getting it from all sides. You know, You don't know what to believe most of the time. So in your opinion, where we trending Good question. It does. I mean part of challenges. We haven't had a consistent response to caught right that he's kind of on their own and what we really need. And so it does depend in your community, You know, Whereas like The city and Hamilton County is doing slightly better than some of the surrounding counties. Right. I was just looking at the data earlier today, but it does not are like in your specific area. What's going on what we really need? At the national level is consistency in terms of like, okay, this is where you know you need to have a positivity raises below 5% for X number of days. And then it's okay like Let's have some guidance on what the readiness best trick So we know you know and even get So I think that's sort of what missing and then we really have to invest in testing Class B right now and laugh capacity, So there is a lot of tests taking place, But I don't know if either of you guys better test or any of your friends or family. There's a big lag and results right now. Yeah, that seems to be the thing that's inconsistent. There's some tests. You get results back. I know just talking to folks in the football world. There's Sometimes back in like a day in summer, three days and you know the reliability of the test between those two are is is very falled..
"board health" Discussed on WTVN
"N. For the defense, the only live legal show of its kind in Columbus. The couple offer one of Ohio's leading criminal defense firms, your host on for the defense, Columbus attorney Brad Couple. Show number 164. Believe it or not. Good morning. I'm attorney Brad Coffee. Uh, the general Eric Wilson is joining me this morning as well. We open the school's That's where this first segment is going to be. And just hold on I schools are an important part of the infrastructure of our communities. I'm going to take my lawyer hat off and put on my superintendent hat for the next seven minutes or so. Hear me out, and I pray there's some teachers listening. Here's the deal. Yeah, I've got my superintendent. Don't be pompous. Here's the deal. We're going to keep the schools open unless the governor orders them shut. What can we start there? You can. Ah, I'm not leaving learning to chance. So these folks over the Franklin County Board of Health that popped into this this play in the last few weeks that nobody knows anything about The only time I pay attention to what the Board of health says, is when they close a restaurant, my favorite Mexican restaurant. Fertility code violations. It's about the only time I hear about Franklin County board health Now they're telling the place didn't have a dumpster felt they're telling us We can't open our schools. But it's highly suggested, but for some reason are superintendents of treating it as though it is From the Mount. Their code enforcers. That's it. Their code enforcers. They do not have the authority to issue preemptive blanket closures of schools. Weeks. In advance. Unless there's code violations and then notice unless you let them That's a basic due process. Back to them in a moment. I am. I'm general. I am appalled. And I'm disgusted. You look aghast and a gas that Jim's bars and restaurants They sued to stay open, but not one with from parents over school closings and the loss of fall sports. When I know there's a lot of P o parents out there. I'm not saying anyone file anything to try to get man. You try to close the bar or God forbid, take its service from two AM to 10 p.m. Y c. A couple vs Board of health coming upon the you're going to see The watchman versus the local school districts. Here in Ohio. Next week. Talk about that in two weeks. But it I think that It's gonna take too long to state. How important it is that every community in Ohio have a working open public school system. I mean, it's just one of those things that until someone says we're closing your school you never even stop and think about just How many vital Services are offered inside the school other than Proven way of educating the next generation. This was decreed back in, like 1997 that all Hyo Children have a right to a public education. So who are these people to overrule the Ohio Supreme Court? You have to go even get there. You can find it. An Article six, Section seven of the Ohio Constitution, You will not find the right to an education in the federal Constitution. But it is in Ohio's and it's not in every state's We're talking about a constitutional right. Not your right to work out. Not your right to go to a restaurant, not your right toe. Open a restaurant. Or go to a bar or in a bar. This is up there with closing churches. Temples, synagogues, they're open. From the superintendent. And I'm 52 years old, and I know I've made it my life's mission to support all the modern aspects of the public school. Ofwhich in Ohio. Is it constitutionally protected, right? I would like to have some immunity from lawsuits. Of covert sparks in my school. I would like the General Assembly to run through some legislation through to at least give me that back side protection. What do I do? I start internationally. I'm going to see what the best evidence is from the countries that have opened their schools. All indicators are the cove in 19 poses low risk to school age Children. Certainly in areas with low community transmission. But I'd say it's a bit even in communities of higher transmission in my school district province in city schools, I have three Fall sports players. At high school level. This summer. They've all been covered, tested. Not covet, tested the been tested for symptoms. Have 900 false student athletes and upfront in city schools. Through last week with 17,000 points of contact on those 900 students. Zero. Symptoms of Cove. It obviously zero's Cove Inn. So forget it. So someone a detractor would say, Well, that's not covert testing. Then why are we doing it? If it possesses no evidentiary value as an indicator and whether or not to open the school. Then why are we even doing this? So I look at CDC so we know internationally. There's some schools that are doing it across Europe, Europe, So I go to the CDC. Last week. What did I see? Reopening schools creates Opportunity to invest in the education..
"board health" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Care settings. Counties also now mandating Cos tell employees of an outbreak occurs at their business supervisor Nathan Fletcher said. They are stepping up enforcements across the board. Health order will be updated. To make sure that entities shelf notify employees of an outbreak that occurred in a physical location where they work. By the standard Course of of action in this situation will be case investigators will be in contact with the employer surrounding the outbreak was saying that the county's already issued three public health orders for closures and three cease and desist letters. Tonight's match for the San Diego loyal was supposed to be played up in Carson ING is the L. A galaxy to has been postponed because of positive Corona virus tests, or at least two players or staff that tested positive for lead release did not say which team had the positive tests, but they have postponed tonight's MASH. The people who tested positive were covered individuals. They did not have symptoms and are isolating at home. The U. S cell from playing without fans in California. The next match will be made up any later dates. There are no longer any counties in California that are without screwing a virus. Positive tests alone hold that had been mowed a county but they ended that run here Today, there were two positive test announced in the same household. The counts on the upper North eastern part of California put out a press release announcing the cases asking people had visited bars in the county or last 14 days and Moda County to call the health authorities. Governor Newsome is ordered restaurants and bars across the state to close their indoor operations is also withholding nearly $65,000 in funding into cities in Central Valley. We're not complying Kalinga and Atwater. Ralph is facing a class action lawsuit from workers who claim the company isn't doing enough to protect them from the virus by the fact that 114 employees of the Ralph distribution center in Compton tested positive for covert 19 number of actions still need to be taken to curb the spread of the virus in this facility. Attorney Joshua Boxer is representing the plaintiffs who claimed they were forced to work next to others without adequate safety measures like masks, gloves or hand sanitizer. To family members of workers have also died from the virus. We're looking for an injunction which is going to bring the weight of the court down on Ralph to make sure that these steps are taken so that these workers are protected. Boxer says. Ralphs has made some changes at the Compton facility, but more is needed. Joshua Lipton Kogo news saying. Sheriff deputy accused of sex acts with minors says he is not guilty. 27 year old Jalen Flare was arrested by Julia Vista Police last week after a four month investigation. In the case came to light when crime stoppers received tips regarding an unidentified man engaging in sex acts with a juvenile criminal complaint indicates there are four victims, identified as Jane does one through four and suspected acts occurred between March 27th in April 8th of this year. Clear worked at the downtown jail. He is in jail on $800,000 bail and faces more than 18 years in prison if convicted of all the charges. Maryland Haider Kogo News update of the trial of the man arrested for the shooting The power a synagogue last year that killed one and injured three federal defenders of San Diego, told the judge there's a conflict of interest with two of the three attorneys assigned to defend Jonty Ernest. The lawyers say the nature of the conflict is protected by attorney client privilege. But while the third defender won't be impacted by the conflict, the judge appointed a private defense attorney to represent Ernest. It's unclear if a council change will further delay the case. The next status hearing is set for September 11th. Ernest has pleaded not guilty to the 113 counts charged against him. Dan Noone, Kogo News and their Social Media post promoting a protest in La Mesa for Saturday afternoon. Police say they are aware of the plans were continuing to prepare for the protest of it in March that planned for the Mesa Police Department. This coming Saturday, August 1st at 3 30 It's been advertised and shared quite a bit on social media lately, so it's going to get the word out that we're aware of it, and we're preparing resource is and personnel to sure that the event is safe and peaceful for all those involved police Lieutenant Greg wrongly saying, they said. Court the right to protest and the reaching out to help coordinates. We are doing our preparations right now. It's our goal to reach out to the organizer's from all the groups that are planning to attend the event in hopes that communication and coordination can occur so that we can make sure everybody's on the same page and that you know, a safe event happens here at the police department. Coming up next year. We look at the vaccination efforts fight the Corona virus. The protections may be going away when you get a vaccine. Any vaccine with its raw virus or not. Cocoa news time is 6 37 Your best source for the latest news, the report says there could potentially be more construction on the way as incentives are being provided for builders in the city. There's a conflict of interest with two of the three attorneys assigned to defend John T. Ernest News Radio 600 kogo. Hi. I'm Rick Adelman with a warning. Millions of people are buying stocks. They think, Carlo in price. Watch out. A lot of investors have no idea the risk they're taking. But you're holding steady, right? You haven't made a trade all year. That could be a problem, too. With covert on the scene, you might need Maurin cash than before. Maybe you need to reduce your market risk is well. Are you sure your portfolio is Covad ready? Call.
"board health" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Because that that can help but not hydroxy chloral Quinn. No, it's a different study. I'm looking at the Henry Ford Health Systems website. Right now it's Henry ford dot com. It is the biggest or one of the biggest hospital systems in the state of Michigan. I'm very familiar with it. They're headline. This isn't some right wing website their headline treatment with hydroxy clerk when death rate significantly in covert 19 patients and re board health system study shows. Know how significantly Well pretty significantly 12 2541 patients hospitalized between March 10th and May 2nd 2020 across the system's six hospitals. The study found 13% of those treated with Hydroxy chloral Quinn alone died. Compared to 26.4% not treated with hydroxy chloral Quinn. That's a 50% drop off. None of the patients they continue had documented serious heart abnormalities. However, patients were monitored heart condition routinely pointed to as a reason to avoid the drug as a treatment for covert 19. So they looked for it. They looked for the heart ailments that the bogus study that had to be retracted. Said word there and they found none of them. But they were looking for them. A 50% drop off is nothing to sniff at the death rate from Corona virus is conclusive. No, but is it Warranting a mumbling from Brianna Keeler. Under her breath is Tim Murtaugh is pointing this out of her. We just stopped because it killed people. It's killing people. No. That study was retracted because it was false because if you set out if you are a rabid left, gotta hate Donald Trump. He's talking about hydroxy Claure Quinn. I need to prove that this drug doesn't work just to shut this guy up. And so you go out in your amazing how you can find what you're looking for. You're looking at data you can find what you're looking for. And it doesn't It's not right. Nobody bothered to look at it in the scientific community, quote unquote because it served the purpose that they all wanted shut. Donald Trump. Brianna Keilar. I talked to doctors. Did you talk to somebody from Henry Ford? By the way, this study Doesn't mention steroids at all. Brianna. No mention of steroids. Also, this study was reported by CNN, at least on CNN dot com. Maybe didn't make the air because it didn't Really warrant. It didn't help the liberal narrative. And I could see that Brianna Keeler does not follow the news. She's lying to her audience, either deliberately or through ignorance. Neither is particularly attractive choice. But one of the two is true, because the underlying premise that she's lying to her audience is irrefutably true. This did not stop Briana Keeler. The great debate between the Republican and the Democratic journalist continued. Cut seven. Go ahead, then why? How bringing this up That we have the national story Fish. There's a study There's a study that included cortical steroids, which are helpful steroids have been a helpful treatment Hydroxy Claure Quinn Studies have been withdrawn. They were studying scientists studying hydroxide was unethical because it's dangerous to your people to your network and other networks, practically your network and other networks. You know what used President encouraged people. Well, you're talking about hydroxy Claure Quinn. I think you're doing a real disservice to the health of Americans. They pulled studies. It was killing people. It's unethical. We'll talk about ethics again A 50% drop in mortality rates. And CNN is telling you it doesn't exist. This study by Henry Ford Unlike the one that was running the Lancet, Has not been retracted, has not been refuted it simply been ignored and to the left. That's the same thing. Nobody's talking about it in the newsroom because everybody in the newsroom wants it to not be true. This continues, cut. Go ahead. I mean, if you're going to come on here and talk about how this is a good treatment when doctors have said no, it's not and studies have been canceled because scratching herself doctor found himself has said he would prescribe it. Later, Dr fell to be a danger to the American people. I do not hear Dr Foulke telling saying, right now that people should be taking high drugs has been asked. Would you prescribe it? He said Yes. Go back and check your I think we're pretty. I think, Tim, I think you're doing a real disservice to Americans. I just want to be clear to everyone out there. It's no. We've talked to a number of doctors and experts, including federal experts. This is not something that you want to be playing with. Her studies have been canceled because this stuff is so dangerous. Studying is so dangerous. Everybody out there with rheumatoid arthritis that has been prescribed dropsy clerk went for 65 years. It's going to my God. My doctor's trying to kill me. Everybody who's gone to a country that has malaria quite common. It was given hydroxy Clara Quinn is going my God was my doctor trying to kill me? In 2008. Barack Obama Woz given Hydroxy Chlor acquit, I forget where he was going, but he was going to a country where malaria was prevalent where the doctor is trying to kill Barack Obama. Our Lord and savior Barack Obama. CNN is Actively. Trying to harm people. One more cut. Go ahead. Timur Todd, Thank you for coming on. It's good to see you. It's been used for 65 years. How dangerous could it possibly be? It is a known it is a sign from malarial for 7.5 decades. So how dangerous could it be? You just said it was a dangerous drug. And that yet you admit that it's been used for 65 years to prevent malaria, not for people who are potentially or not. If you will it kill you, or will it not? You just said it was dangerous. Yet you admit that people take it for malaria, so people who are on their deathbed or given an anti malarial medication to prevent them getting your you know what Tim? So people on their deathbed look weird done with this conversation. I think that you're just a really confusing the situation, and it does no service to anyone's health, especially Timber taught with the Trump campaign has a lot to be said for this interview. You're right. Yeah, you're giving legal misinformation? Yeah, you're telling people that this drug kills people? Not that it's not effective for Cove it That would be bad enough because that appears to be a lie as well, but that it actively is dangerous and kills people. 65 years. This drug has been around doctors trying to kill people. You might get malaria. So I'm gonna give you this drug has a 50 50 chance that it's going to kill you. You you've got a 5% chance of catching malaria. And then you've got, you know, in that 5%. You've got a 2% chance of dying from the malaria. So I'm gonna give you this drug. That's a coin tosses to whether or not it's going to end your life right now. All right. That sounds like a good deal that everybody would go. Well, eh, Doc? You're the doc. Let's do this thing. Let's roll the dice man, but it all on red. Let's do this thing. CNN is not a news organization. They're actively trying to hurt people because they think hurting people hurts Donald Trump. It is. Corrupt..
"board health" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"board health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"board health" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I hate that I will put my bluebird this meeting they this is a fox news alerts another plunge on Wall Street I'm Dave Anthony the Dow down a lot more if want more than four thousand points in seven trading days is the worst week since the two thousand eight financial crisis fox business hours Jackie DeAngelis live the New York Stock Exchange good morning to you that's right the Dow is trading down nine hundred and twenty four points at the moment the S. and P. losing a hundred the nasdaq down an additional two hundred and sixty points and this is as the markets are well below their correction territory mark now that's up more than ten percent drop from record highs if you think the Dow in context it was just trading at twenty nine thousand now it's below twenty five thousand it's pretty staggering leading the Dow there is one bright spot it's three AM that is the maker of N. five ninety five respirators because this sell off is on the corona virus and of course those masks going to be in high demand but pretty much across the board health care airlines casinos hotels technology huge sell off on Wall Street today to finish the week day thank you Jack in the house got a new coronavirus briefing this morning Republican congressman Doug Collins there's a lot of political contention here there's still a lot of sniping at the president lot of there's still the the hill is still very contentious but I will say this there was a coming together to ask basic questions how the testing being done are we working to make sure our workers in the airports are protected are we working to make sure that the doctors have the information they need.
Royal Caribbean, Norwegian tighten coronavirus cruise precautions
"Unprecedented screening for the virus is now in effect for all passengers boarding U. S. cruise ship cruise lines leading from the US are now stepping up precautions I haven't seen in hand screening like this I mean we've had travel advisories of different things but not of this nature free to Cornelio owns mystic valley travel in Medford and says she's been warning our clients about what to expect on their upcoming vacations to popular destinations even a Caribbean travel we've had advisories as a matter of fact one came in today from princess cruises they will be enhanced screening when they get on board daily says cruise lines are also checking to see if anyone is travel to China recently if so they won't be allowed on the ships if it shows on their passport they will be denied boarding health officials say more than four hundred fifty people aboard the diamond princess cruise ship that has been docked in Japan have been diagnosed with corona
"board health" Discussed on WTVN
"Japan after a person infected with the corona virus flew into Tokyo and spent a few few days on board health leaders are going room to room on the diamond princess and checking gas temperatures and their medical conditions today the trip has cut short its planned fourteen day itinerary eighties now docked off the coast not far from Tokyo and the Dow Jones the soaring it was up more than five hundred points at times today investors are anticipating an optimistic state of the union speech by the president tonight radio six ten WTVN sportswear Santonio is out at Michigan state in a state today Dantonio announced he will step down as head coach but will remain with the athletic department Dantonio one three big ten championships in his thirteen seasons in east Lansing for the Columbus blue jackets are back on home ice tonight for the first time in two weeks CBJ host before the Panthers at seven PM is the first of a four game homestand jackets over in a point in their last eight games center Alexander when Burt will miss three to four weeks as he had injured reserve Monday with an upper body injury the basketball Buckeyes are in Ann Arbor tonight to play Michigan at seven PM both squads are four and six in conference play freshman DJ cardinal Mrs second straight games he's taking a temporary leave from the team and in the NFL the Jacksonville Jaguars say their last in the league in revenue to help ease their financial woes they'll play back to back games in London next season more sports in twenty minutes their research newsradio six ten WTVN for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explains not sounded listen to the daily die be today on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Alison Wyant stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half and as news breaks rain showers expected to continue for the rest of the afternoon temperatures will continue to fall with into the low forties by around five o'clock tonight currently it is forty four degrees this is no ordinary sub shop this is firehouse subs tired of over priced lunches that under deliver on flavor head to firehouse subs we are for a limited time you can get a four ninety nine choice up choose from a medium smoked Turkey Virginia honey ham or roast beef get custom made hot subs at a price ready made to make you smile just for ninety nine only a firehouse subs enjoy more subs save more lives participating locations plus tax on the time of the prices may vary for delivery but now live their nest egg as we X. rayed their portfolio we noticed it was a common sixty forty split of stocks and bonds so I asked them have you ever thought about investing differently the husband.
"board health" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
"Drew thanks. David really easy. You invited me to take part. It's my pleasure so tell us a little bit more about yourself starting at your PhD and And the tell us a little bit how you can you know what what path you followed from. UPS G to what you do today. Sure sure so. I kind of acquired a fascination for molecular biology in research and of course doing an honors project. Gotcha a reminder graphic university and went from there to molecular pharmacology McGill where I I worked in academic ceiling and in molecular biology with a with a focus in in molecular pharmacology in developing developing clinical or developing on lead small compound slow molecule compounds And it was a very Very High Energy Group in our in that Gauge de setting A large lab very busy in collaborative lab and very obstructive experience not without a lot of challenges but very 'em remarkable learning environments and Except me up well for a post doctoral work that I did subsequently daily college medicine so I went on there to you ought to do my post doctor work in Houston with a Baylor affiliated clinical research lab at Texas Children's Cancer Center and did several years of postdoctoral experienced they are Before figuring out what what my next move was us. And what would the following steps after you poster so I think like a lot of scientists who end up raising families and confronting wanting some of the challenges of of progressing career in research. I kind of kind of hit that point where where I started to say. Talk about work life balance than or the rewards for me personally versus rewards. I could offer to to my family. And he started me thinking thinking a little bit about alternative pathways at the same time An award mechanism that I was seeking the NIH a Come to a close and it really was sort of the end of a chapter for me in a sense in that The most viable halfway that I could've taken to independence as a as a principal. Investigator had sort of been very abruptly. Shut down for me. I kind of leaned on on network of GAUGE G post colleagues and ended up settling on non returning home to be closer to family. That's auto offer me and that led me to a career in in regulatory and yesterday after a kind of a long roundabout surge. I decided that that was maybe the best place search for me in terms of leveraging my skills and Do to look after my son was was in regulatory okay so in the Cro newly actually Working Board Health Canada initially in a post market surveillance unit the market health products pharmacovigilance unit and then later on in pre market Clinical drug rebuke acidy This this is already interesting because I surmise. That from what. You're saying that you dwell in doing so. He said he was high energy. But you seem to have had good results and good good outcome. Come which drove. You was your post up. Yeah I I never doubted that You know in in those early days that I wanted To to be G I in that I wanted to have my own lab Absolutely research driven absolutely focused on on discovery discovery and Sava the academic laboratory setting was the only one for me early going and that you know that that kind of look really drove me to be honest without inking a great deal about an actual realm. I think it's it's later on as other priorities starts at Kohl's that you start to start to really question more right and I think for me that the real stimulus was family. Yeah I think it's reality only for for a lot of people out there you get to age. Do you find a partner and you start Start setting up a family and then you know priorities change inge and You know your your ease of the use of moving to another country to do another post. DOC is not the same so I guess that's probably something that that That waiting there for you but when this NIH grant or or a fellowship exactly what the term is didn't come through. Can you tell us a little bit about how that affected you. Did you already have your son at that time I did. Yeah he he's very young that time and Yeah it was You know in that incredibly busy phase of a post doctoral training where you're You're supervising other clinical fellows in some cases supervising activities technician. You're trying to publish your works. Works you're you're at the bench constantly and collecting points for experiments And developing relationships maintaining relationships with collaborators meters and and then then you have this other fulltime job where you're trying to compete aggressively for For on award that will it will help establish yourself as an independent investigator and As you know those types of award mechanisms require usually several attempts at just prior to to my third attempt with ositive feedback From from reviewers They abruptly announced the mechanisms. Cancel those so it's a it's a real A real brush pack. You know when you get news like that I can still remember where I was. You know when that announcement was made so then it's the question then becomes so. Are you going to go back to do private foundations. Are you going to continue to rely on on a major for funding and continue to you. We know operate in that context of of postdoctoral salary constraints. Yeah another guest tucked. Talked talked to me about the K ninety nine. Is this the same I think in the same family. This one was okay so it's in the same family of things. Yeah so you you say you remember what had happened in quite a shock. What I'd like to sharer what I usually like to share with the audience is to give them tools to deal with these things that happen to anyone into everyone? How did you deal with this? Do you remember I as a physical shock almost rights you. You must have felt a pit in your stomach back. How are the next steps? Do you know because you said you had your child's so now the something must have changed changed inside you to say okay. I'm done I'm dying. I'm done trying this path. Yeah you know. I think we all have setbacks. Right in our careers you you wouldn't you wouldn't get through the first month in graduate school if you couldn't negotiate some of those everybody's been air I think it's the cumulative effect Trey and I think this was like I said for me. It almost felt like a close of chapters like this This lifestyle is is not working working well for me and my family so much now And you know the the next step in the progression towards towards a An improvement of that lifestyle was was sort of pulled out from under me and I was that was really it was just a okay now. Now Universe may be trying to speak to. The time list wasn't so much a I ninety two. I need to walk away or or give up on this top. I need to any Jacob Blinders off and and explore some some alternatives. which friendly I? I just hadn't hadn't done a The you're super. We're busy with all the other stuff that you needed to worry for today. Yeah like You know like like so many people in that post doc world Little Time into to contemplate You know a completely different path when the twenty three and twenty four hours a are committed to you know to these goals and so how did you then establish a game plan for for what was coming next like which was like you're saying you hadn't given it a minute of thought. Not until that moment were the next steps into building the transition into finding what your interests were may be into reaching out to people people that might That might give you some pointers. Yeah it was The the priority for me at that point then was was to go home and really income back to Canada and and closer to family. And you know it's sort of realizing again families you know serve comes up in this. I wanted I wanted a closer relationship the sun and and his extended family and so that kind of led me to Ottawa and The it was sort of evident early on that was sort of be bury the best Career path for me given even my skill set as scientists as light like scientists in the Ottawa area was was to look at regulatory but unfortunately I had I had friends from from graduates delays. Who who had gone in that direction early on and so I had a a sort of a you know a built in network with three or four people who had moved into different in areas of Of Regulatory that could help inform me and help identify a place for me in an L. Canada. Excellent so so these these Friends is this this network That was ready for you at that point that came from Grad school whether ways ways particular ways in which they helped you did they help you. actually a find the position. Did they help you prepare to interview. You know how how did that. Let go because you've been on the academic track for all those years and now you're going to have to go to this government body and present yourself as a as a candidate it for for a position that you know. Now you know about you've learned about it but it's new to you in a way and you're going to have a learning curve after that right. How did you navigate that? How and how did these these these mentors or these these people that you that you knew? How did they help you get ready for for that part? Yup I have to give you know tremendous credit to to money to my colleagues in those those who mentored me they They really are supported. all kinds of Phone discussions coffee shop discussions. Because it's true I knew nothing about at world you. We know that that was so far removed from the translational research environment that I had been been inhabiting for so long This was an in and regulatory is also a world that that's quite opaque for most people what Ozan Inside that that is you know is not to not the subject of lots of international conferences. That people attend so so I really did. I made extensive use of my network one friend in particular or was tremendously. Supportive of me. coach through the entire process up to the point of In fact Creating the an avenue for me to to get an interview so that you know and that's a critical step in a in a context. Where a lot of physicians arch? It is not evident how you identify position in that setting and I don't work in regulatory anymore but I've known people who we're interested in in that domain. I know people who are in that domain but but Not Not in the governmental aspect of it do you have you know what was what were the key things that that in this coaching that you had that helped you land that position and the people out there listening that might be interested. What do they focus on onto to show An employer like that that they're the the right candidates for the position I think having Having having a real understanding or developing real understanding of how of how regulatory environments were really showcasing showcasing. How energetic is probably goes from for industry or other environments as well is is really Show showcasing how Your skills can can be transferable And particularly for the position in in mind How how your your feels feels like your your specialty skills Make good fit for the role so I think that's you know that's a really important element of ago in competitive did you. Did you need to or did you get to practice interviewing with with the your friends uh-huh because any types of tools and tricks any type of techniques or tactics to help someone because interviews.
Scientology ship with measles case on board still quarantined as blood samples tested
"With passengers on a cruise ship still in quarantine because of a measles scare the Scientology owned fifth arrived in Curacao over the weekend days after being quarantined in Saint Lucia a case of measles confirmed on board health officials boarding the ship. Checking proof of measles vaccination for the more than three hundred people on that ship. They now say they don't think the measles have spread past the one case. But until they're short no one will leave that ship measles, of course, incredibly contagious that virus lingering in the air for up to two hours after an infectious person has come through. It can be very dangerous need to say, especially for young babies. And of course, those people with compromised immune systems health officials in southern California