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Buckingham Palace Says Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Has Died Aged 99.

BBC Newshour

00:50 sec | Last week

Buckingham Palace Says Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Has Died Aged 99.

"Of his Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth. He was 99 years old. The statement from the palace said it is with deep sorrow that her Majesty the Queen announces the death of her beloved husband. His Royal Highness. The Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle. Further announcements will be made in due course, the statement continues. The royal family joined with people around the world in mourning his loss. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, spoke to the nation from Downing Street a little earlier and said that you had helped to steer the royal family and the monarchy so that it remains an institution indisputably vital to the balance and happiness. Of our national life, he said that you could and the affection of generations in the UK across the Commonwealth and around the world. Listening to the

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Sen. Scott Calls for 2022 Winter Olympics to Be Taken Away From China

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sen. Scott Calls for 2022 Winter Olympics to Be Taken Away From China

"Florida Senator Rick Scott is looking for international cooperation in his effort to get the Olympic Games moved. Senator Scott says he asked Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to join his call to move the 2022 games out of Beijing. Scott says he's made similar request of President Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The Republican wants the game's moved because of what he calls China's horrific human rights record.

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EU and Britain try to broker a vaccine supply deal as leaders discuss blockade

BBC World Service

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

EU and Britain try to broker a vaccine supply deal as leaders discuss blockade

"War between the U and the U. K seems to be in avoided after discussing plans for more controls on vaccine exports. In an effort to improve the rollout of doses for member states, you leaders finally decided not to impose restrictions on their exports. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, had warned against blockades which could affect the number of jobs sent to the U. K. You is insisting, though, that AstraZeneca on the other vaccine firms fulfill their deals with the block before exporting any jabs. The whole row has highlighted the difficulties in supplying vaccines at record speed. The time. I need to set of great need. We could speak now to Dr Lose Breen, Academic of University of Bradford, who studies health operations, including supply chains. Thank you very much indeed for talking to us here on news day. Just last if he could some of the difficulties in producing so many vaccines in social to space of time. Give morning. Well, I think we all are very familiar with vaccines. We will become experts pretty much overnight with regards to high vaccines are are procured either meet on Heather ruled out within any country, but it is incredibly complicated. The race for vaccine was very intense. You know, we had a novel of investment globally with regards to get in these vaccines that we've been very lucky that we have secured so many vaccine candidates as they call them, But it has come at a price. I think in that respect, and we can see that some some parts of the world have prospered much better with regards to you. Accessing vaccines and Cushion there might their patients getting the jobs into the arms more than others, And that does seem to cause some concern. And certainly this case was regards to you. UK relations.

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UK and EU working together to create 'win-win situation' amid vaccine export row

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | 3 weeks ago

UK and EU working together to create 'win-win situation' amid vaccine export row

"To try to resolve the dispute over access to Corona virus vaccines. The statement came after the EU announced further measures to restrict vaccine exports amid tensions over deliveries of the AstraZeneca jab. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson responded by warning against what he called arbitrary blockades. The number of people who have died of covert 19

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Half of UK adults have gotten one dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Bloomberg Opinion

00:14 sec | Last month

Half of UK adults have gotten one dose of COVID-19 vaccine

"Britain is marking a milestone in the fight against Cove in 19, half of all adults in the UK have now received at least the first dose of the Corona virus vaccine. News comes a day after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson received his first

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UK Govt: schools reopening, outdoor meetings set for March

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

UK Govt: schools reopening, outdoor meetings set for March

"British prime minister Boris Johnson is laying out a roadmap for lifting lockdown restrictions with millions of people in Britain long and full I had caught or a meal in a restaurant still face a long wait Johnson is set to announce a plan to ease restrictions Catholic unsteady starting by reopening schools in England on March eight people will be allowed to me to one friend or relative for chat or picnic outdoors from the same day three weeks later people will be able to meet outdoors in groups of up to six restaurants pubs gyms and headrest is unlikely to remain closed until at least April the government says progress will depend on vaccines proving effective infection rates remaining low on that note new virus variants emerging Charles Taylor this month London

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World War II veteran who raised millions for British health service dies from COVID-19

Morning Edition

02:06 min | 2 months ago

World War II veteran who raised millions for British health service dies from COVID-19

"Died. He was a British veteran of World War two and was 100 years old. He died of covert 19, but not before performing one more service and no. Well, you're just gonna have to help me if I choke up here. In his 100th year, he raised $40 million to help Britain's National Health Service fight the coronavirus that later killed him, and he did it by walking. There was this really popular video of more walking around and around his garden patio, All for charity, Mr Morris Grandson, Colin Ingram promised to pay his granddad £1.1 British pound Her lap. That challenge was posted on social media and turned into a widespread campaign to raise money for the health service. Here's the BBC capturing Mr Moore's final lap last May. Inches together. And there he is. Co congratulations. Wilde done. Absolutely amazing. Amazing achievement. Captain Tom, How do you feel this morning? Fine. Fine, Miss. I'm surrounded by the right sort of people. So, yes, I feel fine. I hope your own food and fine, too. Captain Tom Moore received a knighthood and here's British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Became not just a national inspiration. The beacon of hope for the world. His doctor was clear allergies of the Royal College of Physicians, and she says, Every time he came for an appointment, he had a smile on his face. And brought the staff chocolates that he hoped would keep them going. He had many admirers years Lieutenant Colonel Tom Miller in a video from the Yorkshire Regiment, truly inspirational individual who had captured the hearts off the nation over these testing times with his infectious energy drive and determination. After his death at age 100, Britain's National health Service put out a one line tweet. Thanks for everything, Sir Tom.

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UK's Johnson faces criticism over Scotland trip in lockdown

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

UK's Johnson faces criticism over Scotland trip in lockdown

"British prime minister Boris Johnson has been criticized for breaking the country's looked on rules by visiting Scott didn't surprise the vaccine load out throughout the U. K. Johnson's attempts to promote the benefits of the union between Scotland number send come amid new polling that shows increased support for Scottish independence from the U. K. however the prime minister has come under fire for politicking at the time when the U. K. is in a strip club down as a result of a huge resurgence of the virus cabinet minister Michael go defended Johnson's actions the prime minister as Deepika's sturgeon acknowledged in the clip that you played has a responsibility and a role to make sure that that the vaccine row that is proceeding appropriately U. K. has enjoyed Europe's deadliest corona virus outbreak with more than a hundred ninety thousand virus link death but it has been among the world leaders in voting out of virus vaccination program Karen Thomas London

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on From The Newsroom

From The Newsroom

02:32 min | 2 months ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on From The Newsroom

"From the newsroom. At news to come the manager and this is the latest from the newsroom. It's wednesday the twenty seventh of january thought in brisbane where a couple walking dog where hit and killed in a horror crash involving stolen car yesterday afternoon. Police last night arrested a seventeen year old male. Who was believed to have been driving the stolen car which smashed into a truck and road hitting and killing the pedestrians. The seventeen year old allegedly fled to sane and tried to steal and not the cobb before being caught by police. He'll face children's court today. British prime minister. Boris johnson has said sorry after the uk became the first country. In europe to poss- one hundred thousand coronavirus related deaths rachel grim milestone yesterday and now has the fifth highest death toll in the world behind the usa. Brazil india and mexico. He's mr johnson. I am deeply sorry for every life that has been lost. And of course as a prime minister i take full responsibility for everything that the government has done. What i can tell you is that we truly did everything we could and continue to do everything we can to minimize loss of life. Also in coronavirus news are we had. Dr has climbed that. Hey in hospital. Colleagues were stopped from warning others about the looming covid nineteen disaster after they suspected the virus was highly transmissible in january last year the unidentified duct opened up about the crisis and obey documentary. He climbed health workers. What baud from speaking to anyone about the virus and that the hospital. Hey work that wouldn't even let them wear masks. His testimony adds to growing evidence of beijing's early attempts to cover up the virus outbreak. We'll be back in a moment to show his now in the future of ellen degeneres says talk show is in doubt ellen has just one year left on her existing deal but her writing sedan eight percent in the us in the wake of her workplace scandal. Now the room is. The strike could be replaced by kelly. Clarkson's talk show which has straight off to ellen and matched her writings for the first time last month. Finishing sport an ex rugby league star. Jared heine officially off the market with partner. Amelia panucci on the new south wales central coast. Yesterday report suggests the couple got married in front of about fifty family and friends of what was a very low k waiting the nachos come just a month after took to social media to a his engagement to benicio with whom he has a four year. Old daughter that's this episode of from the newsroom. I'll be back in the afternoon with another update. Update from news dot com..

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Scotland's leader vows to push for second independence vote

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

04:26 min | 2 months ago

Scotland's leader vows to push for second independence vote

"Party has today set out how it plans to secure a new referendum on Scottish independence from the United Kingdom. The Scottish National Party, or SMP, says it will try to hold a referendum if it went the majority in this year's elections to the Scottish parliament. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has made clear his opposition to another vote. The last referendum was in 2014 when 55% voted no to independence. Paul Hutchins, political editor of Scotland's Daily Record newspaper, will the SNP leader Nicholas Sturgeon be able to secure that second referendum. If you look at what they are plan ears, it is to get a joint agreement with the U. K government on a referendum on scorching depends, which is what happened back in 2000 and 14. But this time around Tory government in London has decided that it will not grant what's known as the section 30 order, which is effectively a joint agreement, so that's put the S and P in a difficult position, so they come up with a plan B, which is to organize their own referendum at the Scottish parliament. The big issue. There is whether or not that is legal. And while there's no doubt that they will probably go down that road is going to end up in the courts, so the question of whether there will be a referendum is probably will be decided by judges. Would unionist parties in Scotland go along with the referendum that hadn't been sanctioned by Westminster? Well, that is the key issue here. I think there's a big distinction to be drawn between whether Scotch Parliament can legally organize a referendum on the legitimacy of such a process. So even if the Scottish Parliament did push ahead with our and judges To say that it was legal. I think that be question Marks Reese because first is this court's conservatives who are pro union. They've already said they would boy court such a referendum on so you could be left for the situation where you have a referendum, but one side is just not taking part. And then you end up with the result could be C 18 90% fever of independence on internationally just looks quite amateurish. So I think that ultimately what you need is a process that is agreed by both sides on as we speak to snow and agreement on that looks quite far off. In the last independence referendum you mentioned there was a pretty large margin 10% in favor of Scott, the remaining part of the United Kingdom has that shifted dramatically in the last six years. There's no doubt that in the last couple of years their husband a shift in favor of independence. I think that around the last 20 opinion polls on independence surely lead for independence. So I said quite dramatic turnaround. From 2014, and I think there's a few reasons for that. One is Brexit as you well know, People school rejected Brexit when there was a referendum on that subject. There's also no doubt that the conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson, is hugely unpopular. In Scotland, and I think that is partly responsible for the shift in public opinion. There's also a perception that Nicolas Sturgeon has handled the pandemic better and Boris Johnson has. I think it's a combination of a wussy factors as resulted in the increase in independence with the last couple years. And yet, I suppose in the back of people's minds is is the worry that actually, if membership of the European Union was driving things, there's no guarantee is there a tool that Scotland could quickly rejoined the U. Well, Brexit is the degree imponderable off this to beat. On the one hand, there's no doubt that is driving increased support for independence, but it does re some issues for the pro independence state. After was a referendum there's MP would liken depends got to rejoin the U. So you have the issue of? Well, how long would that teak and then even if an independent school and did join the European Union? What would that mean for things like Borders on immigration and cite the United Kingdom of what would it mean in terms of trade between Scotland and the rest of the Yuki? So I think that you would see a very different referendum. If we lose to tea, please, with a different set of questions raised. That was poor Hussian of Scotland's Daily record newspaper.

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Scotland's leader vows to push for second independence vote

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Scotland's leader vows to push for second independence vote

"Scotland's leader has said that if we elected in may she will hold another legal referendum on independence such a move would put her at loggerheads with British prime minister Boris Johnson who opposes another Bates Scotland has already had a referendum on secession in twenty fourteen in which fifty five percent voted to remain the event was billed as being a once in a lifetime opportunity to decide on Scotland's future any binding referendum requires U. K. government's approval and Johnson insists he'll say no however sturgeon on he's the vote was done before brexit transformed the situation by tracking Scotland out of the European Union against its will a string of recent opinion polls suggest a small majority now support Scotland becoming an independent country Karen Thomas London

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Biden reaches out to international leaders

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Biden reaches out to international leaders

"The president of the chance to reach out by phone to the leaders of canada and mexico. The white house releasing a statement about how that phone call went with mexico's president over door. We got a statement. They say the two leaders agreed to work closely to stem the flow of irregular migration mexico and the united states as well as promote development in the northern triangle of central america now. Immigration reform is a major priority of the biden administration. They've made it clear that they would like to see a pathway to citizenship for some estimated eleven million people in the united states that is a tall order for congress. Sox's mark meredith. The president has also spoken to british prime minister. Boris johnson. The two men disgust shared goals like beating the pandemic and tackling climate

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Johnson sends wishes to Biden on inauguration day

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Johnson sends wishes to Biden on inauguration day

"British prime minister Boris Johnson has welcomed the start of the new Britain US chapter on the incoming president Joe Biden speaking in parliament Johnson pledges to strengthen cooperation between the two countries I look forward to working with him and with his new administration strengthening the partnership between our countries I'm working on our shared priorities from tackling climate change building back better from the pandemic and strengthening our trans Atlantic security since Biden won the US election in November Johnson has tried to shake off criticism that he became too close to outgoing president Donald Trump the two men's populist crowd pleasing styles often drawing comparisons Charles Taylor this month London

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World leaders express shock at storming of US Capitol

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

World leaders express shock at storming of US Capitol

"I might cross your reporting world leaders expressed shock at the storming of the U. S. capitol it was a scene that would have been previously unimaginable teams of president Donald trump's stormed the U. S. capitol Wednesday disrupting the work of Congress to affirm president elect Joe Biden's electoral college victory and causing lawmakers to seek shelter world leaders reacted with shock and horror British prime minister Boris Johnson tweeted disgraceful scenes in U. S. Congress German foreign minister Heiko Maas tweeted contempt for democratic institutions has disastrous effects former Swedish prime minister Carl Bildt tweeted this is insurrection nothing less hi Mike Rossi

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson imposes national lockdown on England to combat new Covid variant

Chris Krok

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson imposes national lockdown on England to combat new Covid variant

"UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new National cove in 19 lockdown for England until it least mid February. The shutdown comes after a new, more contagious variant was first discovered in the UK

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UK's Johnson warns of more lockdown measures as virus soars

Bob Zadek

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

UK's Johnson warns of more lockdown measures as virus soars

"In the UK British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned that more lockdown restrictions in England aren't likely is the country rials from a new variant of the variety of virus that has seen infection rates soar to their highest recorded levels in the UK

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U.K. teachers' union urges schools to close

Sports Talk with Ron Cameron

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

U.K. teachers' union urges schools to close

"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson morning more locked down restrictions in England are likely. Johnson, though insisted has no doubt that schools are safe and urge parents to send their Children back into the classroom in areas of England, where they can Unions representing teachers have called for schools to turn to remote learning for at least a couple of weeks more due to the new variant, which scientists have said is up to 70% more contagious. The U. K is in the midst of an acute outbreak of recording more than 50,000 New krone vice infections a day over the past five

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UK's Johnson warns of more lockdown measures as virus soars

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

UK's Johnson warns of more lockdown measures as virus soars

"British prime minister Boris Johnson has won the more onerous looked on restrictions in England are likely as the country reels from a new coronavirus variants that has pushed infection rates to the highest recorded levels Johnson though insisted he has no doubt that schools are safe and urge parents to send their children back into the classroom in areas of England where they can unions representing teachers have called for schools to turn to remote learning for at least a couple of weeks more due to the new variant which scientists have said it's up to seventy percent more contagious the U. K. is in the midst of an acute outbreak recording more than fifty thousand new coronavirus infections a day over the past five days there is shockingly London

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Parliament approves U.K.'s post-Brexit trade deal with EU

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Parliament approves U.K.'s post-Brexit trade deal with EU

"The European Union's top officials have formally signed the post Brexit trade deal with the United Kingdom. As lawmakers in London gets set to vote on the agreement in parliament, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged lawmakers to support the 1200 page agreement. Setting up new trade rules between Britain and the 27 Nation bloc. At the heart of this bill is one of the biggest Free trade agreements in the world. The agreement also needs approval from the E U's Legislature, which is not expected to take up the deal for weeks.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In a Christmas message from Downing Street. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted it would secure good relations for the future. This is a deal a deal to give certainty the business and travelers and all investors in our country from the first of January, a deal with our friends and partners in the on deck. I believe it will be the basis. I'll be happy and successful. Stable partnership with our friends in the EU for years to come. The Brexit deal must still be ratified. If it's to take effect on the first of January in Britain, it's expected to pass a parliamentary vote next week. With ease on the European side. The German foreign minister, Hiko Mass, has said his country will help ensure swift ratification. The British government has sent a further 800 military personnel to the channel port of Dover. They will help to clear a backlog of trucks which built up when France briefly closed its ports to traffic. The French government took action in response to the warning by Britain of a new, fast spreading corona virus variant. The former Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Arbet has apologized to parliament. Over a political funding scandal that saw his secretary charged on Thursday. Mr Abbott has faced allegations that his office improperly topped up money for lavish dinners held for his supporters. Will Leonardo reports Funding contrives, Japan's longest serving prime minister faced a barrage of sometimes angry questions from MPs. The scandal over dinners held before the government's annual cherry blossom viewing parties had marched the final months of Sheen's all of his time in power before he stepped down in September for what was said at the time to be health reasons. Office secretary was charged with miss reporting political funds. Mr Abbott acknowledged his previous statements to Parliament on the matter by one count, numbering more than 100 have been false. But he said he'd been unaware of what his office was doing, leading to incredulity from some MPs. Chile's president, Sebastian Pinera has described the start of a national coronavirus Imagination Immunization program as a moment of hope and excitement for the country. Chile, Mexico and Costa Rica have become the first countries in Latin America to begin vaccination campaigns. All three are using the fighter by on tech jab. The executive president of the Costa Rica Social Security system, Bro Man, Makhaya warns that the vaccine would not bring the pandemic under control immediately. Yes. Stonewall L'Aquila in question the same man. It's mama. So much a message. This is not going to bend the curve in a matter of weeks. It will take many months into 2021 to bend that curve because we're going to build this collective immunity one arm at a time until we reach three million people. Well. News from the BBC. Overseas arrivals into Hong Kong from everywhere outside China will now have to quarantine in hotels for 21 days because of concerns about new Corona virus strains. Officials in the territory acknowledged that the incubation period for the virus was 14 days, the previous quarantine period. But they said a small number of people could show symptoms even later. Flights from Britain and South Africa. When you corona virus variants have emerged are banned The head off the police in the U. S. City of Columbus has called for the immediate dismissal of a white officer who shot dead an unarmed black man. Body. Camera footage shows the officer Adam Coy, confronting Andre Hill in the carriage of a house on Tuesday, Mr Hill was shot within seconds. Police chief Thomas Quinlan described it as an act of senseless violence. I cannot fathom the pain Hungry hills families feeling right now. He was taken from them by violence. Preventable violence, senseless violence. You didn't have to happen, and it never should have disciplinary hearing is due to be held next week. Afghan media reports say Taliban militants have released 30 Afghan security personnel in Kandahar province. A spokesman for the group carry use of our Maddie said those freed were members off national and local police units have been captured in various battles. Has been no comment from the Afghan government. Prior to the peace talks in dojo, which began in September, the two sides exchanged thousands of prisoners. Prominent journalists and human rights activist in Morocco has appeared briefly in court in Casablanca. Five months after he was detained. Omar Roddy is accused of spying and receiving foreign funds to harm state security. He has also been accused of rape. He denies the charges. Mr Roddy said his foreign contacts were connected to his journalism. That's the latest BBC news. Welcome to news day with a hole here in the studio in London. Bala is working very hard from her home. Plenty coming up in the next hour. We're gonna have lots of chat about Brexit analyzing that dear looking at the fisheries policies. We'll be finding out from the United Nations about the latest into grand when they're going to be allowed back into that part off the world to give full access to what's happening. There were gonna be in India talking about the impact of the pandemic there this year and the pets of back in the White House, and I'm glad to report that both dogs and cats follow will be there. But first, let's hear about the U and U K.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good evening. I'm David Folk Thomas to Corona virus. Vaccines are now being distributed across the U. S. The FDA giving its approval yesterday to the modern A vaccine. Ah, week after granting the same authorization for five sir's vaccine Modern expects to ship out almost six million doses over the weekend. Meanwhile, some New Yorkers may have to wait a long time to get their cove in 19 shots. Noam Laden has the details. Mayor De Blasio's says the initial rollout of the vaccine is going well. But he says some New Yorkers may not get that dose of Covad liquid gold shot in their arm. Until it's shorts weather. A healthy way to think about this is between now and June just to give you an initial sense. We would like to reach the maximum number of New Yorkers, The mayor says his biggest challenge over the next few months will be to persuade those who say they're fearful of the shot to roll up their sleeves and get it. No one laden w O R NEWS. The U. S isn't the only country dealing with a resurgence of the virus. In a televised address to his nation today, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the U K cannot continue with Christmas as planned. Here's a B C's Julia McFarland following the emergence of a fast spreading new variant of the virus. Upon restrictions covering the Christmas period in England getting a dramatic overhaul. There's no evidence to suggest the vaccine will be any less effective against other new variant London and the Southeast are placed in a new category of high risk with all non essential shops closing on socializing band the announcement, coming days after his own assurance that Christmas would not be canceled. Causing confusion and outrage. Toe a lockdown Wary nation to the McFarland..

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Its approval yesterday, a week after granting the same authorization for five Sir's vaccine Modern expects to ship out almost six million doses over the weekend for delivery on Monday. Meanwhile, some New Yorkers may have to wait a long time to get their cove in 19 shots. Noam Laden has the details. Mayor De Blasio says the initial rollout of the vaccine is going well. But he says some New Yorkers may not get that dose of Covad liquid gold shot in their arm. Until it shorts weather. A healthy way to think about this is between now and June just to give you an initial sense. We would like to reach the maximum number of New Yorkers. The mayor says his biggest challenge over the next few months will be to persuade those who say they're fearful of the shot to roll up their sleeves and get it. No one laden w O R NEWS. The U. S isn't the only country dealing with a resurgence of the virus. Health officials around the world are monitoring what's happening in the U. K and a televised address to his nation today, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the U K cannot continue with Christmas as planned. Here's a B C's Julia McFarland following the emergence of a fast spreading new variant of the virus. Planned restrictions covering the Christmas period in England are getting a dramatic overhaul. There's no evidence to suggest the vaccine will be any less effective against other new variant London and the Southeast are placed in a new category of high risk with all non essential shops closing on socializing band the announcement, coming days after his own assurance that Christmas would not be canceled. Causing confusion and outrage. Toe a lockdown wary nation to the McFarland. ABC NEWS London The new restrictions in the UK go into effect tomorrow. Here in the city Mayor de Blasio is clearing up some confusion about bathroom use for outdoor dining a show Kabbalah has the story of fact sheet sent out by the city on Thursday night, stated the customers eating outside are not allowed to use the restaurant's indoor bathrooms in order to help reduce the risk of Corona virus spread Friday morning, the mayor addressed the issue. Every one of us needs to use the restroom. Yeah, There's no question that was miss Take at his Friday briefing, Governor, Cuomo said There was never an intention to tell diners they couldn't use. The bathroom secretary to the governor, Melissa De Rosa, blamed the De Blasio administration saying that the city misinterpreted guidance from the state and didn't bother to clarify before releasing information to the public show. Kabbalah WR news. Sports and your Weather channel. Forecasts are coming up next W. O R news time is 203. Here's a message just for.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And Butler, Pennsylvania senator the state that he won back in 2016 president made a direct appeal to his supporters with Election Day just three days away with your help your devotion and your drive. We're going to keep on working. We're going to keep on fighting and we are going to keep on winning. Winning Thie president's victory in that state four years ago made him the first Republican candidate win it since 1988. Former vice president Joe Biden held our campaign rally in Michigan Saturday. During his speech, he outlined his plan for handling the Koven 19 pandemic. Should he win the election. We're going back to get covert under control. One day one of my presents shall put an action plan I've been taking about talking about for months already laid out a national mandate. By scoring social distance testing. Tracie over 230,000 Americans have died from the Corona virus. As covert 19 cases continue to rise around the world. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the government is instituting a month long locked down for England has tried to slow it down. We're not going back to the full scale locked on of March and April, the measures That I've outlined the less primitive, less restrictive, but I'm afraid from Thursday The basic message is that the same Stay at home. Protect the N H s. And save lives. Super typhoon has slammed into the eastern Philippines and about a million people have been evacuated and its projected path main International Airport in Manila has been closed. Typhoon Goni hit with sustained winds of 140 Miles an hour and gust of 174 MPH. It's pushing west towards densely populated regions, including Manila.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News

"News is fatalities way down. Positivity in big states way down on Fox News Channel. President Trump is optimistic We are living with it, and we're having the vaccines coming out very soon, with or without the vaccines were rounding the turn. President Trump will be campaigning later in Pennsylvania, but first lady Melania Trump will not be with him. Her chief of staff says Mrs Trump continues to feel better every day following her recent recovery from the Corona virus. But has a lingering cough. Google is being sued by the Justice Department. It's accused of dominating an online search and advertising to stifle competition and harm consumers. There are ongoing investigations of major tech companies including Apple, Amazon and Facebook. The Justice Department says it put $3 million toward the creation of a new national center that will provide training and assistance to help law enforcement agencies prevent the use of excessive force. Officials expressed hope Minneapolis would be the first city to take advantage of the resource. Minneapolis's police department has been under pressure to reform since the death of George Floyd. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he'll impose the highest level of Corona virus restrictions in Manchester. This is AP News Drug overdoses appear to have increased during the pandemic. While the national data is incomplete, available information suggests drug overdose just in this country are on track to reach an all time high addiction. Experts blamed the pandemic, which has left people stressed and isolated, disrupted treatment and recovery programs. And contributed to an increasingly dangerous illicit drug supply. Even before the Corona virus broke out, the country was in the middle of the deadliest drug overdose epidemic in its history. That's after a record 71,000 overdose deaths last year. I'm Shelly Adler, forecasters say Tropical Storm Absalon Is expected to be at or near hurricane strength as it gets closer to Bermuda By Thursday morning. This year's hurricane season has had so many storms. But Hurricane center has turned to the Greek alphabet for storm names after running out of official names. I'm a Donahue AP News. Although Judge Amy Cockney Barrett didn't list people of praise among her affiliations on Senate judicial questionnaires last month, a records check shows that she lived with Kevin and Dorothy ran again and Mid 19 nineties, when she was a law student at the University of Notre Dame. The couple helped found people of praise in the early seventies, a group that opposes the legal right to an abortion and issue likely to come up during Barrett Senate confirmation hearing Amy Barrett's father, Sir, for years as the head of the organization's nor leans branch and on its all male national Board of governors, her mother was a handmade. It's a term used until recently to describe women entrusted to guide other feet. Well members. Jackie Quinn, Washington record show Supreme Court nominee Amy Kuney. Barrett previously lived in a house owned by the co founders of a secretive religious community, People of praise the teaches men are divinely ordained to be the head of family and faith. Although Judge Amy Cockney Barrett didn't list people of praise among her affiliations on Senate judicial questionnaires last month, a records check shows that she lived with Kevin and Dorothy ran again in the mid 19 nineties, when she was a law student at the University of Notre Dame. The couple helped found people of praise in the early seventies, a group that opposes the legal right to an abortion and issue likely to come up during Barrett Senate confirmation hearing. Amy Barrett's father, Sir. For years as the head of the organization's nor leans branch and on its all male national Board of governors. Her mother was a handmade. It's a term used until recently to describe women entrusted to guide other female members. Jackie Quinn, Washington J. Foreigner.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News

"News is fatalities way down. Positivity in big states Way down on Fox News Channel President Trump is optimistic We are living with it, and we're having the vaccines coming out very soon wither without the vaccines were rounding the turn. President Trump will be campaigning later in Pennsylvania. But first lady Melania Trump will not be with him. Her chief of staff says Mrs Trump continues to feel better every day. Following her recent recovery from the Corona virus, but has a lingering cough. Google is being sued by the Justice Department. It's accused of dominating in online search and advertising to stifle competition and harm consumers. There are ongoing investigations of major tech companies including Apple, Amazon and Facebook. The Justice Department says it put $3 million toward the creation of a new national center that will provide training and assistance to help law enforcement agencies prevent the use of excessive force. Officials expressed hope Minneapolis would be the first city to take advantage of the resource. Minneapolis's police department has been under pressure to reform since the death of George Floyd. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he'll impose the highest level of Corona virus restrictions in Manchester. This is AP News Drug overdoses appear to have increased during the pandemic. While the national data is incomplete, available information suggests drug overdose just in this country are on track to reach an all time high addiction. Experts blamed the pandemic, which has left people stressed and isolated, disrupted treatment and recovery programs. And contributed to an increasingly dangerous illicit drug supply. Even before the Corona virus broke out, the country was in the middle of the deadliest drug overdose epidemic in its history. That's after a record 71,000 overdose deaths.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Groceries from local producers in delivering them throughout the bank from Sandra fell to San Jose, from Rodeo to Pleasanton. Learn more at good eggs dot com. Absurdly fresh groceries. Delivered. Well, we have a dense fog advisories still in effect for the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay Bridge and the San Mateo Bridge. High temperatures today expect 70 degrees at Point Reyes National Seashore 84 in Santa Rosa and Anapa 71 in San Francisco 77 in Oakland, 88 in conquered 81 in San Jose today. I'm Barbara Klein. With these headlines. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is accusing the European Union of threatening to blockade food shipments from the U. K to Northern Ireland. So he provides no evidence Johnson is pushing to change the Brexit agreement. The price of pork could go up. China is banning pork imports from Germany after confirming a case of African swine fever. One of the founders and biggest stars of reggae. Toots Hibbert has died. He's credited with giving the genre its name and helping propel it into international movement with classics including Pressure Drop and Monkey Man. Hibbert was 77. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news Support for NPR comes from Raymond James Ah firm focused on transforming lives, businesses and communities through tailored wealth management banking in capital market solutions. Learn more.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Amount because the testing is very tough for them and Our tests are very accurate. A Lotta tests are out there. And they're not accurate at all fact some of the tests. You don't have a clue what's going on so we'll work in with other nations trying to get them help. Also at a time when many Americans are experiencing increased stress anxiety and personal loss women's to also ensure that our country can meet the mental health needs of those struggling in this crisis people struggling. They're struggling and some people are getting to know each other. Frankly families are getting to know each other on a positive note but there are a lot of people struggling on Thursday. I'll be speaking to leaders and advocates from the mental health organizations all across our country and We are going to be talking about resources and tools that will make available to them. They need help. And it's a big problem when you take something where it was. The most successful country in the world still is the whole world is shutdown. Think of it. We're down to Numbers that are incredible As I said yesterday I think it's one hundred eighty two countries right now. One hundred and eighty two countries are under attack by the by the score jr by this virus but as we wage medical war on the virus. We're also speeding economic relief to our people. It's incredible we just had a meeting. That was absolutely incredible with the banks. I spoke with leaders in the banking and finance industry about our efforts to help American workers and employers as of today small business has has processed more than seventy billion dollars in guaranteed loans and will provide much needed relief for nearly a quarter of a million businesses already. So we are going to be Providing tremendous amounts of money to the small businesses of our country have been absolutely clobbered and they'll be keeping open and they'll be paying their employees and they'll be all set to go. We're going to have a rocket upward. I WanNa thank David Solomon. Ceo of Goldman Sachs. Brian Moynihan CEO of Bank of America Gordon Smith Co Presidency O of J. P. Morgan Chase Joel Scharf CEO of Wells Fargo Michael Corbett CEO of city. Group Al Kelly CEO of Visa Michael Maybach CEO of MasterCard Noah Wilcox CEO Chairman of Grand Rapids St Bank and we had Numerous others also on the call and I just appreciate them They are way ahead of schedule. Otherwise we'll wait ahead of schedule. The paycheck protection program has been incredible so based on the incredible success of the program. I'm announcing that I'll be asking Congress to provide an additional two hundred and fifty billion dollars for the paycheck protection which will help keep Americans employed to facilitate a quick and full recovery We're doing very well. We're looking very bipartisan. A lot of people want to do it and the the plan is amazing. You know they're processing hundreds of thousands of loans and this is the big banks that are doing it. The community banks But the biggest banks right now in our country are doing it and they're they're doing it for a lot of reasons one of his. WanNa help people the W. H. O. That's World Health Organization receives vast amounts of money from the United States and We pay for a majority of biggest portion of their money and they Actually criticized and disagreed with my travel ban. At the time I did it and they were wrong. They've been wrong about a lot of things and a lot of information early and they didn't want to very seemed to be very China centric and we have to look into that so we're going to look into it and we pay for give a majority of the money that they get and it's much more than the fifty fifty eight million dollars a small portion of what they've gotten over the years sometimes they get much more than that sometimes. It's programs that they're doing and and it's much bigger numbers and if the programs are good that's great far as we're concerned but we want to look into World Health Organization because they really are They called it wrong. They call it wrong really. They missed the call. They could have called it months earlier. They would have known and they should've known and they probably did know so. We'll be looking into that very carefully. And we're going to put a hold on money spent to the W. H. O. We're GONNA put a very powerful hold on it and we're GONNA see it's a great thing if it works but when they call every shot wrong. That's no good. We're in the midst of a great national struggle. One that requires the shared sacrifice of all Americans in recent weeks. It's been remarkable to see so many companies and organizations and individuals like the banks that I just told you about biggest banks in the world. They stepped up to help small business their big business. Well business well business someday be the big business. But the small businesses fifty percent of our economic strength. People don't realize when you add them up but they just they just rose to the occasion. Everybody's rising to the occasion. It's been incredible to watch..

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Two nights stupid of of course moly not aware that his comments would would public to initially. He said he stood by every word. Then under pressure he reversed himself and he released a statement saying the following here. Let me be clear. I do not think the Captain Brett Curzio the outgoing Commander USA's Theodore Roosevelt is not even stupid. I think always believed him to be the opposite. I believe precisely because he is not not even stupid that he sent this his alarming email with the intention of getting into the public domain in an effort to draw public attention to the situation on his ship. I apologize for any confusion. This choice of words may have caused. You could see there in that statement though. Wolf sticking by ineffective allegation that event this to get out there in the public regardless. If you have your acting Navy secretary I calling a outgoing commander of a of a carrier naive or stupid and then having to say. I don't believe he's never stupid. I mean that's really not a position anybody wanted to D- at here. And certainly not the defense secretary especially as you know Jim. The captain was so widely respected. He had a truly distinguished career. The crew loved him aboard the Theodore. Roosevelt are there any second thoughts as far as you're hearing on perhaps decision to relieve him of his command? Any second thoughts on that. Well you know Wolf. I've talked to a lot of people in the military in the last several days about this situation. Why respect for Crozier? No no question wide respect for his motivation here in protecting his crew. The concern was not protecting data communication both within the chain of command but also with operational security concerns because it becomes public internationally about you know operational capability on board carrier. That was really the concern. I heard from lot of folks in the Pentagon. There wasn't note In defense secretary mark s letter released just a short time ago explaining all of this saying Investigation still underway in Crozier. And only when that is done will they decide if you will face any further penalties or results from this but but all in all an ugly episode all are truly very very embarrassing for the? Us Navy indeed? Our Jim shooter excellent reporting on your part as well thank you Connecticut. Meanwhile is reporting more than seven thousand corona virus cases and two hundred and seventy seven deaths. Seventy one of them just today. The Connecticut Governor Ned. Lamont joining us. Right now governor. Thanks so much for joining us. And now you've got a lot going on the director of the Centers for Disease Control now says the. Us death toll could be in his words much lower than models previously projected because the majority of Americans are taking those social distancing guidelines very seriously. How concerned are you though that this potential good news could lead people to stop following those guidelines? That potential good news reminds people why you've got to follow those guidelines. The social distancing may be flattening the curve a little bit. This is what we meant to do. the most important metric that. I look at Wolf. His hospitalizations and our hospitalizations are beginning. The flat now in terms of The rate of increase and that's invaluable to protect the capacity in hospitals. So this time sing. Happy days are here again. Now's the time to double down on your social distancing. 'cause you're neighboring governor The New York Governor Andrew Cuomo also says his State is starting to see starting to see a possible flattening Of the curve and hospitalizations. Are there any other positive signs? You're seeing in Connecticut right now. I think Well I talked to. Andrew about today was what we do is. The curve starts to flatten as we start thinking about what goes on next. I mean he and I worked together when it came to shutting down parts of our economy like bars and restaurants and I hope we work together when it comes to getting our workforce tested protected and back to work because you are the teaming up with the New York New Jersey governor as well to increase access to that rapid testing by working with private companies. Is that because the federal government isn't necessarily giving you all the help that you so desperately need. Look if I was the federal government I think they should have a testing protocol. I think role that at nor for guidance. To the governor's but short of that work of the Governor Murphy working with Governor calling ourselves. Look you have a tri-state workforce it makes all the sense in the world that we do the really important antibody testing to see who can get back to work safely. I because unfortunately even if the numbers might be going down than originally projected they projected maybe one hundred thousand two hundred twenty two hundred forty thousand but still those numbers are going to be very very painful as we all know governor. Lamar thank. You won't go ahead. Wolf what I was just going to say. What really worries me. Is We take our eye off the ball and there could be a second wave of this. It's really abort we work together in terms of making sure we're not just at the but we bring it down and we only get people back to work safely. If we jump back into the game again we could go through all this again in the fall. Thanks for having me. Well thank you so much remember early and Martha were eleven. Confirmed deaths here in the United States. Now more than twelve thousand a month later confirmed deaths in the United States so sad mothers and fathers sons and daughters are. We're watching all of this very very closely to wherever you are. Stay with US once again. We're waiting to hear from the White House. Corona virus tasks worse briefing. You're looking at live pictures coming in from the White House. Reporters aren't there the president's not there either as the vice president. They'll be there soon. Meanwhile there's some disturbing new questions emerging right now as the numbers indicate. Toronto virus infections are much more widespread in African American communities around the United States. You're about to seize Kiel. O.`Neil like you've never seen him before this show about my life just because I have more than the average guy doesn't mean I'm better than the got all new Thursdays at nine on. Tnt worst anybody here from the White House. Corona virus taskforce briefing. I'm looking at live pictures standby for that coming up. We're told fairly soon. We're also taking a closer look at what? Louisiana's governor is now calling the big disparity in the racial breakdown of Corona virus infections the US surgeon general flatly says African Americans face in his words a higher risk of the corona virus. Let's go to C. N. N.'s. Ed Londonderry's joining us from New Orleans right now. At early numbers show the virus is hitting black communities across the nation disproportionately harm. These statistics are starting to reveal in. This comes on a day that Louisiana has announced its largest increase in the number of deaths reported in a twenty four hour period. More than seventy people added to the roles of people who've died because of corona virus here in Louisiana Ronald Lewis embodied the soulful spirit of New Orleans he led the big nine Social Club which hosts epochs second. Line parades around his lower ninth ward neighborhood. Hurricane Katrina took his home but friends say he came back and became like a godfather of New Orleans culture. He'll love New Orleans. He understood the complexity of New Orleans. Ee and brought out the best in us in our ability to come together on March eighteenth. Lewis was rushed to the hospital. Two days later he died. It wasn't until the day of his funeral that his family says they learned. He was infected with the corona virus. That was shocking. Didn't you know he had just gone into the hospital? And I still really haven't read my mind around it. All the way. Ronald Lewis is family. Says the sixty eight year old suffered from diabetes and was recovering from a mild heart attack last year but they never thought the cove nineteen infection would take his life. The mortality statistics across the country are jarring in Louisiana african-americans. Make up thirty two percent of the population but make up slightly more than seventy percent of corona virus deaths in Michigan and Illinois. African Americans. Make up about fifteen percent of the overall population yet account for about forty percent of cloven nineteen deaths. This is an abomination. But it's not unexpected and I want everyone to understand that. New Orleans is a microcosm of every urban center in America. Dr Corey Bear has worked as a physician in New Orleans for twenty five years. He broke down the factors contributing to the high death rate among African Americans. There's underlying health issues. Like heart disease and diabetes. And if you drive around. New Orleans it's easy to find poor neighborhoods where people don't have access to healthcare many of these neighborhoods are food deserts. Where.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"This is CNN. Breaking News Belka viewers here in the United States around the World Wolf Blitzer in the situation room. We're following breaking news. We're standing by for a briefing from the White House. Corona Virus Task Force looking at live pictures coming in from the White House three thing room as the US death phil from the pandemic now surpasses twelve. Thousand with almost four hundred thousand confirmed cases Worldwide there are more than one point four million cases reported and more than eighty thousand deaths. But tonight there is some hope that social distancing other measures Here in the United States may actually help reduce the number of lives lost the CDC director says the number of American fatalities could be in his words much lower than the two hundred thousand predicted by some models. Thanks to keep staying home. Let's begin our coverage this hour with our chief White House correspondent. Jim Acosta Jim. There were some very intriguing comments today from the CDC Director Robert Redfield about his prediction Involving the death toll here in the United States. That's the White House has yet to offer many details about how? The Corona Virus Task Force arrived at that estimate that one hundred one thousand two hundred forty thousand Americans would die. From the corona virus but public health officials are cautioning that the eventual number of dead could fall. Well under that figure as Americans are practicing social distancing. We're learning that. A key factor driving the large estimate was a crucial assumption discussed internally by Task Force officials that only fifty percent of Americans would observe the government's stringent social distancing guidelines in reality a much larger number ninety percent are observing those guidelines the director of the Centers for Disease Control. Dr Robert Redfield discussed that possibility. That the number of dead could fall well below estimates during an interview with an Arizona radio station. And here's what he had to say even the models that were a they assumed that only about fifty percent of the American public would pay attention to the recommendations. In fact what we're seeing is a large majority. American public are taking social distancing recommendations heart and I think that's the direct consequence while you're seeing the numbers are going to be much much much much lower than would have been predicted by the malls now in addition to that a source close to the Krona Virus Taskforce Dummy that the number a task force told me that the number of dead could fall well below way under in the words of this source The number of deaths that were projected by the director of the Corona Virus Taskforce. Dr Deborah burks. A White House official told us that Dr Burqas team with the Krona Virus Password was basing its estimates on a combination of models and we should note other experts have told our CNN health unit. The doctor Berkshires X. estimate is within the range of what they're projecting as well but the key point here. Is that some administration. Officials are suggesting that the final number of dead could be lower than what's been estimated at the same time public health officials are cautioning. And this is very important. This is not the time to stop a social distancing in the meantime wolf. We're waiting on president trump to comment on an early warning about the corona virus that came from his Trade Advisor. Peter Navarro who wrote to memo's one in late January and one in late February that pandemic could cause serious problems for the US in a memo dated January Twenty Ninth Navarro wrote and we can put this up on screen The lack of immune protection or an existing cure or vaccine would leave. Americans defenseless in the case of a full blown corona virus outbreak on. Us soil this lack of protection elevates the risk of the corona virus evolving into a full blown pandemic imperilling the lives of billions of Americans as we know the president still went on to tell Americans that the virus would go away in April. The president was just asked about this memo. He said he did know all about it as he put it but he he would wait until the press conference coming up here in a few minutes to talk about this more will answer questions at the briefing. White House to run a virus tasks worst breathing. That's coming up. The president as you know has now removed the official overseeing the two trillion dollars in emergency corona virus funding. Tell us about. That's a pretty stunning development. It is will. That's one other item that we're waiting to see the president's address to see whether or not he wants to talk about this and that is his decision to remove the Defense Department's Acting Inspector General. Glenn fine who was going to oversee the two trillion dollar stimulus package aimed at revitalizing the US economy. This is just the latest action as you know that Mr Trump has taken against government watchdogs in recent weeks critics. Of course say he is just trying to avoid any accountability but just yesterday wolf. We should point out. He was blasting the health and Human Services Inspector General who had issued a report on medical supply shortages at hospitals across the country. The president was wondering whether or not that inspector general was a Democrat and in fact she had been working for the federal government. Going all the way back to one thousand nine hundred nine. We'll serve democratic presidents Republican presidents. A career civil servant very respected highly respected civil servant. The president attacked her without even knowing who she was precisely what she had written arch. Mukasa thank you very much. Let's go to New York right now. Which is still reeling from the outbreak. Tonight OUR NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT ERICA. Hill is on the scene for us and she has been day after day. Erica the police department is really feeling the impact of this corona virus. Pandemic get absolutely and just to put that in numbers for you which I really think helps to paint that picture will nearly twenty percent of the NYPD calling out sick today that accounts to some seventy six hundred uniformed members. Now it's important to point out. These are not all people who have tested positive for corona virus but that is still seventy six hundred members of the NYPD. And we're seeing those numbers as we also learned today we'll of a thirteenth death to to grow virus at the NYPD on Monday New York logging. The state's largest single day death toll one overwhelmed funeral home. Doing its best to meet the need for no longer. Embalming them Just because we don't have time to have his patients were simply either. Bearing directly or direct cremation as the virus spreads. A disturbing reality exposed right now slightly. More than seventy percent of all of our debts are among african-americans Who make up about thirty two percent or so of the overall population of our state so obviously this is a big disparity access healthcare Environmental Issues in certain communities air quality water quality has done is magnified those issues to show that they're still a huge gap between racist when it comes to healthcare jobless claims skyrocketing this line in Florida Tuesday just to get the necessary forms everybody out. Here's risking their lives to get this application. We've given out hundreds and hundreds of applications in Connecticut on Employment Applications or about twenty times higher than anything. The state's seen during a recession healthcare workers continuing to sound the alarm about personal protective equipment in Maryland. One nurse practitioner tried making a face shield out of a page. Protector and a headband. I put it on and I I started crying and I thought I. I can't imagine anybody working wearing something like that staff. Also a major concern retired nurses and doctors answering the call to help relieve those on the front lines. I've never seen emergency departments or nursing or any of the services actually in general under so much threat. And you know it's it's a family so when families threatened you try to step up as much as you can on board the comfort which will now be dedicated to cova patients. The number of beds cut in half to five hundred for safety. One crew member has tested positive. One of the nation's largest grocery chains announcing new restrictions on capacity been growing concerns about. How and where the virus is spreading in Miami beach face coverings now required for all customers and employees at grocery stores pharmacies and restaurants including those making deliveries officials across the country stressing that wall. Social distancing is working now is not the time to relax those measures what we do affects the number of case. Our behavior affects the number of cases. We're generating the case. They're not descending on us from Heaven Right. It's our behavior Governor Cuomo. Today we'll also talked about reopening the economy noting. You can't just flip a switch and needs to be Gordon dated effort. And he says testing will be a key part of that talking about antibody testing that has been approved but is not available on a large scale. At this point that would allow you to test a person to figure out if they have had the corona virus and how they and then ultimately if they had had it and beat it to. You would know who had some potential immunity as you bring the work I back through. That would be so so important. The Erica Hill in New York for us. Thanks for the reporting. Meanwhile the Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Moseley is resigning one day after recording leaked of him. Calling the ousted. Commander of the US aircraft-carrier Theodore Roosevelt stupid in an address to the ship's crew. Let's go to our national security correspondent. Jim Shudo he broke the story for all of us at Jim. So tell our viewers what you're learning about. This resignation office has been a chain of events a quick chain of events. It really no one involved is proud of here. The Acting Secretary of the Navy submitting his resignation. This morning that being accepted by the Defense Secretary Mark Esperer. But it's safe to say that it was clear to me that he was losing support to keep his position. As you mentioned this followed him taking eight thousand mile trip all the way to Guam to address the crew and the CFO Roosevelt after their captain had been removed and using language that no one in the Pentagon was happy with in in. Disparaging the outgoing commander that ship have a listen to those comments here? He didn't think that information. I was going to get out into the public in this information. Age that we live in a naive or too stupid. The commanding officer of a ship like this.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"A special investigation for the lead now these last few days of March marked something of an inflection point for one specific corona virus impacted group that few lawmakers or most members of the public talk much about prisoners. Last week we learned about the first federal prisoner to die from Corona virus. Patrick Jones he was serving time for a nonviolent offense prisoners from Lisbon. Ohio to Oakdale Louisiana have contracted the virus behind bars and died from it. Kept workers warned that crowded prisons and jails with insufficient hygiene are becoming veritable. Petrie dishes incubating the virus and spreading it far beyond the walls of the facilities. Some officials have promoted the release of some prisoners to reduce the chances of what essentially would be or could be a death sentence. Perhaps nowhere are prisoners more vulnerable to this than in Alabama where the lidocaine footage of prisoners literally pleading for their lives. We help desperate pleas from behind bars prisoners in the Alabama correctional system fearing for their lives at the corona virus. Pandemic spreads is to be a mass grave site of unease. Cnn obtained this video from inside state prisons in just the last week capturing just how deplorable conditions are in the facilities the State Department of Corrections in an internal document obtained by Al Dot Com sounding the alarm quote. Twenty one thousand nine hundred inmates being housed in crowded dormitories creates a very high exposure risks. Situation they're not giving US hand sanitizers. They're not giving US proper so they're not giving us mass inmates crammed together overflowing in some spaces stupid crowd. It was super crowded. And it's super days with the Alabama state. Prisons are among the most crowded in the country. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics and the Justice Department found the thirteen major facilities in the state were one hundred eighty two percent past capacity one even at three times capacity here nope measures to stop growing buyers from coming in prison being so overcrowded. Once in this quiz glitter. Wow almost no testing. A prisoners has been done the internal Alabama Department of Corrections Document reveals that in the worst case scenario nearly two hundred inmates could die. Given that conditions will quote accelerate the transmission of disease among the inmate population as well as the Alabama Department of Corrections Staff. Social or physical distancing is not an option that closed and while some states and attorney general. Bill Bar have released. Some inmates early to help mitigate the oncoming Disaster Alabama for the most part has not CDs though the people that they should be laying due to the coronas. What in the world can this man. The Alabama Department of Corrections gave us no specific response to our story directing us to their website detailing their response to the outbreak in general which says in part quote rest assured that all inmates in our custody will continue to be provided with the services to which they are entitled including Rehabilitative Medical Dental and mental health through the duration of the Cova. One thousand nine outbreak I respond seemingly from our world. Unlike the one where prisoners say they do not even have basic hygiene needs met Marino handsome. Which very out dating. We cannot wash our hands simultaneously at the same time you know leading these inmates to risk retaliation to publicly. Beg You right now. That being outside word cancel the crowded helpful setting theory of purposes health for a release mechanism. We mean to release some of these people. We mean hell and forcing these men to potentially face a horrific fate. No judge or jury sentenced them to eighty scheduled for many faith. Play such an important role during these trying times. It is holy week for Christians. Passover will begin Wednesday night. Jews Ramadan will start later this month for Muslims. Many places of worship have closed but as C. N. N.'s. Tom Foreman now reports some are open putting their faith over social and physical.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Welcome to the lead Jake Tapper and we begin this hour with breaking news just minutes ago. We learned that. Uk Prime Minister. Boris Johnson has now been moved to intensive care as he. Battles Corona virus. Johnson was first admitted to a London hospital last night. Ten days after he. I tested positive for the prime minister is one of one point. Three million confirmed corona virus cases around the globe. There are more than seventy three thousand deaths from corona virus worldwide. That had been reported in the in the United States. More than ten thousand people have died. Ten thousand three hundred eighty nine as of this hour neighbors friends family members this time last week there were twelve hundred deaths now more than ten thousand as the nation's top infectious disease expert. Dr Anthony Foul is now warning the. Us IS STRUGGLING TO GET CORONA virus under control. I let's go to CNN. Bianca MOBILE IN LONDON BIANCO. Tell us what you're learning about. Boris Johnson Will Jake. It's a rapidly developing situation. The statement that we had from Downing Street was at the prime minister was taken to the intensive care unit at seven PM local time so now that's about two hours ago. At that point the statement said that he was conscious and was being moved to that union case. He needed the support of events later so at that time. It didn't sound like that. Was the kind of agent care that he required. But let's just look at the timeline of this and what's happened over an incredibly short period so last night. Eight PM in the United Kingdom about twenty four hours ago. The Prime Minister was admitted to St. Thomas Hospital in London. The statement read that he needed to have routine tests as a precaution because he had persistent symptoms after having Karuna virus for ten days though symptoms fever and a cough then. We learned this morning at the parliamentary lobby. Or by giving more information about the prime minister and the government that he was in good spirits and that he'd had a comfortable evening at that point a Russian report claiming that the prime minister walls on the ventilator was dismissed as disinformation then dominic Robb. Who's the Foreign Secretary? In the United Kingdom also author Secretary of State so the de facto. Deputy Johnson stood in for him at the daily briefing on Corona virus. You'LL CHEDDA nine fifteen. Am CORONA VIRUS WALL CABINET? Which would usually have been checked by the Prime Minister this morning? Now at the press conference which was only four hours ago. Dominic Robb stood that and said that the prime minister was comfortable. He was in good spirits and that he was continuing to lead the country for language was incredibly precise and we did note a deterioration in the sense that originally they were referring to the prime minister's condition as mild and now they're calling his his symptoms persistent but rob maintain that the prime minister was at the helm giving instructions when necessary. Then just two or three hours later. We learned that the prime minister had to be admitted to intensive care on the advice of his doctors. And we now await more information but we do know that Dominic Robb that gentleman I just mentioned will not be deputizing full. Boris Johnson. He will be the person taking the key decisions in this national emergency and Bianca. Obviously we don't know a great deal about the prime minister's condition but if the British government called disinformation The report I think he said from Russians that Boris Johnson was on on ventilator. But we know now. He's in intensive care current. Do we know if he is using oxygen or a ventilator? Have they disclosed that one way or the other? Although we have disclosed at the moment jake came from the statement which was released about an hour ago and they said that the prime minister remain conscious at this time. Given how rapidly? His condition has declined. We're talking about an hour and a half ago. The prime minister was conscious and that he'd be moved to the intensive care unit as a precaution. Should he require ventilation to aid his recovery? But now if we consider the fact that the prime minister only went into hospital last night and the his condition does appear to have declined quickly. It's difficult to say the situation that he would be and now he's going to get better and more intensive care where he is will have one on one support but she wouldn't have had before from the doctors that I've been speaking to most of the time they've moved patients in Britain into the ICU unit. Because they need a greatest source of oxygen than just a nasal chief all ventilation in more extreme cases but as I mentioned. The Prime Minister had had these persistent symptoms for ten days the Health Secretary and the medical officer who'd both being diagnosed positive with Corona Virus. The same time as the Prime Minister back working several days ago the prime minister continuing to decline the last time we saw him in person was when he emerged onto the steps of Downing Street on Thursday and that was to show his support for Britain's National Health Service. He came outside to clap. He was looking worse for wear not subjectively speaking. You could visibly see signs of sickness. And then he went back in. There's also been the old video. He's posted on twitter. But as I understand from my context within down the street obviously they were capturing his best moments trying to keep them morale of the country. Hi It's interesting because it sounds like the protocols in the UK or are similar to how they are in the United States. Which is if you really only get admitted in the United States. If you're having trouble breathing you can be weak feverish. You can be in a lot of pain but if you're having trouble breathing you basically after being examined are told to go home and rest your only really admitted in the United States. If you're having difficulty breathing for the most part Bianca thank you so much. Cnn's clarice award joins me now from right outside the hospital. Where Prime Minister Johnson is being treated? Clara? So what are you learning about the prime minister's Condition Jake? You know I've been standing here for the better part of the day Reporting lines given to us by ten Downing Street who have been saying that the prime minister was in good spirit that this was just a precautionary measure that he was just going in to get some tests because he'd had these persistent symptoms that had lasted ten days. And and you yourself remembered that just on Friday burs Johnson was saying. Oh it's still mild symptoms. But I can't seem to shake this fever. Will what a difference a few hours make Jay. Now he is in the intensive care unit. There's no indication for what I am hearing that he has been invaded which is to say that he has been essentially being put on a ventilator. Certainly Business For him to have been admitted to the ICU. At all. And I just want to give you a little bit of a picture here in the UK of how most of these emergency rooms are operating. Basically what happens when you enter the emergency room? There's a clean bay and a dirty bay the dirty bay for all suspected and confirmed Cova cases. Once you're in the dirty bay. It's it's siphoned off into four. Different wards one for suspected covert one for confirmed covert but manageable symptoms such as giving oxygen giving an IV drip if you're looking at a secondary infection such as pneumonia as a result of the covert nineteen virus and then the third ward is what they call full escalation. That is likely where bars Johnson. Although obviously he's the prime minister may be an exceptional circumstance but the kind of ward the level that he's at full escalation. It doesn't get more serious than this jake and I think a lot of people in this country tonight will want to know and understand better how it is that just a few hours ago. Downing Street was really trying to spin this as him. Very much being in charge of the country managing things and all his affairs from the hospital. This really is just a precautionary measure and now we find ourselves here in this circumstance with the Prime Minister of Great Britain in the intensive care unit. Behind Me Jake. It's really a shocking development clarice award outside the hospital where. Uk Prime Minister. Boris Johnson is. Thank you so much joining me right now to discuss. Cnn's chief medical correspondent. Dr Sanjay Gupta Sanjay as always. Thanks for being here So look I think it's possible that you know because he's the prime minister they're just taking every precaution but to be in the intensive care unit. What does that suggest to you? I would not be surprising development that that we hear that he ends up on a on a breathing machine. Jake and you know. Obviously this is a significant turn. But we're in the middle of pandemic these types.

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News

"British prime minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care tonight after his corona virus symptoms worsened in a statement the prime minister's office said when Johnson was moved to the intensive care unit he was conscious and that did not require ventilation Johnson was admitted to Saint Thomas hospital late Sunday 10 days after he was diagnosed with COPD 19 earlier Monday he was said to be in good spirits hi my cross yeah

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"To lend in now where we have this news tonight. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital. He's being treated there for covert nineteen after. I trying to cope with symptoms at home. Johnson was admitted to Saint Thomas Hospital on Sunday and today his condition worsened. He was moved to the critical care. Unit may bring in. Npr's Frank Langfitt in London. And Frank what exactly are we being told about the prime minister's condition. Not a word Mary Louise just that he's been moved into the ICU. In case he needs a ventilator Downing Street says he is conscious so obviously felt that with something they needed to make clear And we don't know a lot more Saint Thomas's hospital just across Westminster Bridge very close number ten Downing Street across from Big Ben it has been designated for handling cove in nineteen patients And so that is the logical place for him to be with a lot of specialists in the ICU. There are so many questions starting with who who is running the country with the prime minister in intensive care will Downing Street says that The prime minister has deputised foreign secretary. Dominic Robb to handle some of the day to day business of government and the cove in nineteen response. The national. This is supposed to be temporary. Wall Johnson covers in the hospital. Now Rob chaired the cove. Nineteen meeting this morning for the government at at a press conference this afternoon. Jon Rahm said he talked Johnson back on Saturday and said that Johnson had been in good spirits. People were struck given the importance of Robin. This whole quake governmental equation here that he hadn't been in touch Sooner or more recently rather a co rob is a capable. He's a Brexit tear capable politician from Surrey. Which is a county. Just outside of London I do want to ask about Boris Johnson's partner. I know that they're expecting a baby how she's doing Her name is Kerry Simon's Boris Johnson's fiance. They are planning to marry but I guess it'll be quite some time given everything that's going on in the country right now. She did have covert nineteen symptoms. But she says that she's doing much better And so that's that's good news as as you would remember in October. Nineteen has really ripped through the government. Here Chris Witty. He's the chief medical officer he just appeared at a press conference day having disappeared for a long time with covert Nineteen Systems Matt Hancock. The public The Secretary of Health. He was gone for a week So it's been knocking people down and then fortunately they've been coming back and with. Boris Johnston himself. Just how has this progressed? I was looking. He was tweeting earlier today that he was in good spirits. He was tweeting from the hospital. Right well I think Mary Louise I think the public year has been a lot more concerned about this over the last ten days. Naturally they've seen this very gregarious populist kind of politician who loves depress. The flesh loves to get out there Ten days ago. He said had a persistent cough and a high fever. He disappeared from the press conferences. Which was a bad sign He no longer did live public speeches. He just put out a few sell videos when he came out last Thursday at number ten Downing Street to cheer on the nurses he looked really sick. You could know that he had you know heavy flu like symptoms. And of course what happened. Today I think has confirmed the the worst fears of people in this country and just in a few seconds. We have left frank just update US overall where to situation stand with Kovic nineteen in the UK The death of the death number now is Nearly fifty four hundred people. This is bad. Timing The government does not have the testing capacity that to really make a move forward in at this press conference today. They were not really willing to talk too much about the strategy. They have for lifting the lockdown and moving forward. Npr's Frank Langfitt reporting there from London. Thank you frank you very welcome Mary Louise..

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"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Very warm welcome this is Newsday from the BBC world service Lawrence poder and James couple we're gonna be talking about Western Cape in South Africa looking at the mass screening for covert nineteen which is to take place that in the U. S. Y. elderly residents being taken out of care homes by their children the story of the migrant workers about to walk thousands of kilometers back to their villages from plus the sport after the latest BBC knees with corresponding to the British prime minister Boris Johnson has spends the night in hospital after continuing to suffer symptoms of cave in nineteen more than a week after testing positive Downing Street said he would remain in charge of government business speaking during his daily coronavirus briefing Donald Trump sent his best wishes Mr trump has predicted that the United States is nearing the peak of the outbreak saying he could see lights at the end of the tunnel but he warns of the next week could see would be very difficult with many more deaths he's again promoted the use of an anti malaria drug despite controversy over its suitability and possible side effects South Korea has reported fewer than fifty new coronavirus cases it's Louis daily total since the outbreak that peaked more than a month ago the rates of infection has been dropping for weeks reports from Japan they say the government into Q. will soon declare a state of emergency as infections continue to increase the U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres has and given those governments to make the prevention of violence against women a key part of their response to the pandemic Mr Guterres said restrictions on movement essential to suppressing cave it nineteen the trump women with abusive partners a U. S. naval captain he was relieved of the command of an aircraft carrier of the warning about K. three nineteen infections on board is himself reported to have tested positive break crazy I had written a memo asking for help in dealing with the outbreak aboard his ship and one of the story residents of a Vanuatu in the Pacific if we want to prepare for destructive winds and flash floods as a category five super storm approaches cyclone Harold killed nearly seventy people last week in the Solomon Islands is expected to pass near Vanuatu's capital BBC news many thanks today for the latest welcome to Newsday South Africa has been praised for the speed of its response to the virus in many respects we get the latest step in the program public health information and screening in the informal settlements also will hear about the impact in India of the mass exodus a few days ago informal workers walking home they carried the virus with them also the sports Matthew canyon and looking after a disabled child in lockdown all that coming up here on Tuesday in the United States way in the last week coronavirus infections in nursing homes have been skyrocketing more than four hundred long term care facilities around the country now have infected residents.

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"british prime minister boris johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"British prime minister Boris Johnson just won a big political mandate based on his pledge to in his words get brexit done record Heinrichs in the U. S. have a tough conversation with western Europe and I think that's exactly what we're in the middle life and I think you all of the things that make so many people I think rightfully uncomfortable about president trump about his abrasive approach and the way he talks to people many of the things that president trump has brought up and raised our true in fact in as a result we do see NATO spending more on defense committing more on collective security and then some of these other problems that he's raised although they're not fixed it's good that we're now addressing these head on Cory Shockey NATO in a better place after president trump's term or terms are done no I don't think so NATO has underlying problems that the president has has splashed out a whole lot of attention to but I think the question for the administration is whether the president's engagement with Europeans is gonna solve those problems and it doesn't look to me like it is it doesn't look to me like it's producing greater European commitment it does look to me like it is scaring Europeans and encouraging our adversaries to question the article five guarantee that NATO allies make to each other which is an attack on one is an attack on all so the increase defense spending including by the United States doesn't compensate for the anxiety and the questioning of our fundamental commitment and that really is the result of the president's policies the show for my last word this story isn't only about the tensions within the trans Atlantic alliance but also when it comes to Turkey who's in NATO obviously but also president Putin is about to celebrate his twentieth year and power yes but the two are related so I think the fact that we have our European allies questioning the US commitment to NATO more fundamentally than they have since NATO's founding that has created an opening and it's to the delight of Latimer prudent to be able to weaken NATO to see dissension in NATO and to start pick ng off allies like Turkey say Hey if you know you can't rely on the United States you're not sure of the predictability of their policy the reliability of their leadership let me sell you some air defenses Florio it sounds like a great deal but that's a wonderful way to get in there and start dividing the alliance show floor nine Rebecca Heinrichs Corey Shockey thanks to all and what a decade it has been online you can watch our in depth series on protest movements that broke out across the globe this year with a deeper look tonight at the unrest in Hong.

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