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"christine thompson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"christine thompson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The patient portal on their Web site to make an appointment for someone else. The individual does not have to register themselves. So if you have somebody who maybe isn't familiar with the Internet, but they have a daughter or a son that can register. You can register your family members or you're close contact. The website is pod vaccine dot easy DHs dot gov. Once you register them, they'll be Senate confirmation. Email and be good to go. Talley Ventnor, Katya our news Nearly all of the people getting their first doses of Vaccine have had no side effects of fifth of second dose is produced minor soreness in the arm and slight fevers. Most of those side effects are very transient and resolved within 48 hours and can be alleviated with simple drugs like Tylenol or leave. Dr Stephanie Jackson and honor health also says doctors are still learning. It's certain allergies, air conditions would preclude someone from taking the cove in 19 shot right now, the only contra indication to receiving a covert 19 vaccine is a Previous reaction to a covert 19 memory in a vaccine providers monitor patients for up to 30 minutes for allergic reactions, Peter same or Katie. Our news? There may be another way to find out if you have the virus, a scratch and sniff card as he researcher Rick Gherkin is studying the idea and explains how it works. It scratches gift card. There are several spots that each contain different odors. You scratch them, you smell them, and you'd answer Which of these odors. This is correspond to do you do this a number of times and you get a score. Now, he says that by seeing how accurately patients can pinpoint sense, like lemon coffee and bubble gum he believes they can easily identify smell lost one of the most common symptoms of Coben 19. To our eyes on education Studies have shown. Schools are not major sources of spread for the virus, and that's due in part to their mitigation strategies. Still, the better part of valor would be to stay virtual for the time being until we can get the numbers under better control. And Dr Joshua Bear with issues Bio Design Institute is worried about our numbers that our numbers are getting worse and overwhelming hospitals. By the way, we have a couple of big guests coming up to talk about the coronavirus later this morning. Governor Doug Ducey will join Mike Broom headed a 30. Then Dr Carrick Crist will join the broom head show at 10 o'clock this morning. You want to stay tuned for that? Education continues to be the top issue for Arizona. Voters surveyed by expect more Arizona finds of the top three issues for Arizona voters. Education came in at 28% Healthcare came in at 18% and jobs in the economy. At 16, the group's Christine Thompson says education has been the top issue for six years in a row. Voters were also asked what they thought were the main issues facing education, specifically general lack of funding for schools. 26% of voters said that was a concern teacher pay and support 17% of voters. That that was still of concern. This comes even after voters approved prop to a way to raise money for education by taxing the state's wealthiest residents. Result. The city No, Katya, our new Katya our news time 507. Thanks, Jamie. And now and let's get it over to the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center for another update from Danny Sullivan. You got it here in town. You do have an accident. I 10 East found it 43rd Avenue. The crash is all off, right. But you do have a slowdown heading through that area, also an accident in Scottsdale. It's on Scottsdale Road it, McDowell said. Crews are working to clear that up for you. And then if you are on I 10 heading out into Tucson. You've got an accident. Road closure. The freeway is shut down East found I 10 at about Sasquatch Road. It's going to be near mile Marker, 2 26. You can always get off the freeway right there. Where cruiser detouring you off and get back on around Marana Road, and.

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Coronavirus hits ill and disabled people hardest

Arizona's Morning News

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Coronavirus hits ill and disabled people hardest

"Education advocates worry some students will be impacted more than others among them students in poverty students who have English as a second language and students with disabilities are gonna face some real challenges Christine Thompson with expect more Arizona worries the students will fall behind she said that's why it's important to ramp up services supporting them when the next school year begins in the

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