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"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | Last month

"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Running with delays this morning and J transits Morrison and 6 and main Bergen county lines are also running on delays this morning and there's a crash on the west side highway southbound at west 72nd street. Be careful out there. New York City is getting more than 14,000 doses of the monkey pox vaccine from the federal government this week, the latest shipping comes as the city health department creates more vaccine appointments for alleged eligible New Yorkers, department officials said the new time slots will go live today at 1 o'clock this afternoon, the city has become the epicenter for the virus accounted for nearly a quarter of all cases in the U.S., city health commissioner doctor ashwin vasan says a more robust vaccination vaccination campaign is needed. I think we need to really power up our vaccination supply. If we're going to start to make inroads, we're grateful to the partnership we've had from the federal government for that. To date, but we need to keep pushing. Officials say there were more than 223 likely cases of the virus in the city as of yesterday. Connecticut is boosting service along two metro north rail lines, it's a move that comes as ridership on the commuter railroad moves closer to pre-pandemic levels. Governor Ned Lamont says 6 new express trains on the New Haven line and 7 new weekday trains on the Waterbury branch line have begun service. The addition marks a 47% increase in surface on the Waterbury line that's a 27 mile stretch that has undergone safety and infrastructure improvements. Last call for Manhattan hedge, tonight will be your last chance this summer to catch the visual phenomenon when the setting sun and lines with the Manhattan street grid and bathes the urban canyons in a rosy glow. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson coined the term in the 1997 article in the magazine natural history. Tyson says he was inspired by a visit to Stonehenge as a teenager prime shine will be around 8 20 tonight. Your forecast now showers, potential for severe thunderstorms with damaging winds that's late this afternoon and into the evening,

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19 diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease in Bronx; 1 death

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

19 diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease in Bronx; 1 death

"And outbreak of legionnaires disease in a New York City neighborhood has sickened 19 people since the beginning of the month with one person dying The city health department says cooling towers in the hybrid section of The Bronx have been tested for legionella bacteria which causes legionnaires disease a form of pneumonia the bacteria was found in four of the towers which the department ordered to be disinfected In addition to the person who died 8 people have been hospitalized the health department says people get legionnaires disease when they breathe in water vapor with the bacteria It isn't contagious and most people don't get sick but symptoms are similar to the flu and those with symptoms should seek healthcare Julie Walker New York

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"city health department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"city health department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The city is sending out a warning to doctors be on the lookout for patients with possible signs of monkeypox The city health department said Friday evening that specimens from two patients under investigation for possible monkeypox have been tested One case was ruled out The other case has markers of a virus that is consistent with monkeypox The New York City health department is confirming a legionnaires disease cluster in The Bronx since May 9th four cases have been confirmed in the highbridge section of The Bronx doctors are awaiting test results on several other people Legionnaires disease is a type of pneumonia so far no deaths have been reported The stoic market has come to the edge of its first bear market since the beginning of the pandemic Where to put money now Jonathan golub is chief U.S. equity strategist at Credit Suisse securities When inflation is high and stubbornly high you actually want to be in stuff that's more cyclical beneficiaries of this So energy stocks material stocks and the like Not because these are the best stocks forever but they're the best stocks for the moment Yes and P 500 is down 18.1% so far in 2022 3M fell the most in three months down 2.1% after a jury ordered the manufacturer to pay a U.S. Army veteran 77 and a half $1 million in damages We get the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It is the largest award to date and lawsuits over allegedly faulty earplugs supplied to the military The St. Paul Minnesota based maker of post it notes touch screen displays and surgery room supplies faces hundreds of thousands of claims but it and a subsidiary supplied defective earplugs to U.S. combat troops that led to hearing loss Bloomberg's Charlie pellet there Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg Bloomberg wealth is brought to you by Bank of America For insights so impressive you can't stop getting smarter visit Bank of America dot com slash smarter What would you like the power to do Bank of America NA member FDIC.

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"city health department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"city health department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Siegel And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The city is sending out a warning to doctors be on the lookout for patients with possible signs of monkeypox The city health department said Friday evening that specimens from two patients under investigation for possible monkeypox have been tested One case was ruled out The other case has markers of a virus that is consistent with monkeypox The New York City health department is confirming a legionnaires disease cluster in The Bronx since May 9th four cases have been confirmed in the highbridge section of The Bronx doctors are awaiting test results on several other people Legionnaires disease is a type of pneumonia so far no deaths have been reported Zoe market has come to the edge of its first bear market since the beginning of the pandemic Where to put money now Jonathan golub is chief U.S. equity strategist at Credit Suisse securities When inflation is high and stubbornly high you actually want to be in stuff that's more cyclical beneficiaries of this So energy stocks material stocks and the like Not because he's the best stocks forever but they're the best stocks for the moment Yes and P 500 is down 18.1% so far in 2022 3M fell the most in three months down 2.1% after a jury ordered the manufacturer to pay a U.S. Army veteran 77 and a half $1 million in damages We get the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie palette It is the largest award to date in lawsuits over allegedly faulty earplugs supplied to the military The St. Paul Minnesota based maker of post it notes touchscreen displays and surgery room supplies faces hundreds of thousands of claims but it and a subsidiary supplied defective earplugs to U.S. combat troops that led to hearing loss Bloomberg's Charlie fell out there Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The nomination marked the first time a woman had secured a major party's gubernatorial nod in New York And her acceptance speech hok made a plea for democratic unity Rise up for one state Yes my Friends yes my Friends this is a new day for New York Fellow democratic candidates jumani Williams and Tom swazi can still force their way onto the primary ballot by collecting petition signatures both say they intend to do so Outside the Democrats convention yesterday nearly a hundred climate activists had gathered to urge lawmakers to immediately institute a statewide ban on using natural gas for new construction projects one plan would ban gas hookups beginning in 2027 but local environmental groups say that timeline is way too slow to meet climate goals They are calling on governor hoku to pass a more immediate ban on natural gas hookups by April 1st in the next state budget Coronavirus transmission in New York City has nearly returned to its pre omicron baseline That's according to city health department data about 1700 New Yorkers per day are testing positive for the virus which is about what the city was reporting in late November last year when the variant came on the scene hospitalizations and deaths have also declined although not quite as steeply the highly contagious omicron variant pushed COVID cases to dramatic heights this year with tens of thousands of confirmed infections per day at the peak the CDC says community transmission still remains high in every borough except for The Bronx with case rates are beginning to cool off Where near 60 this morning and it's raining and it's still windy Yes windy and warm this morning and raining a low tonight though of 27 after we see some sunshine today and temperatures fall into the mid 30s The weekend is looking pretty good Details to come Support for NPR comes from member stations and from indeed a hiring platform dedicated to helping businesses.

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899 People Got Expired Vaccine Doses at Times Square Site

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

899 People Got Expired Vaccine Doses at Times Square Site

"Hundreds of New Yorkers are learning. They got expired doses of the Pfizer Covid 19 vaccine, the city's health department confirmed almost 900 people got expired shots at a pop up site in Times Square, and officials are now notifying those involved and telling them they need to get another shot as soon as

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WHO Chief Calls Growth in Virus Cases 'Worrying'

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

WHO Chief Calls Growth in Virus Cases 'Worrying'

"The head of the World Health Organization has a warning about the rising number of new coronavirus infections W. H. O. director general Ted Rosati non Gabry asus says coronavirus cases are continuing to rise at worrying rates globally the number of new cases per week has nearly doubled over the past two months bottom line this is approaching the highest rate of infection that we have seen so far during the pandemic here in the US coronavirus infections are spiking in Baltimore rivaling a level not seen since the winter peak according to the Baltimore sun why the city health department says it's not clear but it could be more variance more people traveling and fewer people wearing masks I'm ready to fall late

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Chicago Loretto Hospital doctor embroiled in vaccine controversy resigns

CNN 5 Things

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Loretto Hospital doctor embroiled in vaccine controversy resigns

"A hospital official has resigned after covid. Nineteen vaccines were improperly distributed at trump tower in chicago. Coo and cfo. Anoc med submitted the resignation at loretto hospital just days after the city's health department announced it will withhold additional first doses from the hospital loretto. Ceo said he authorized a vaccine clinic at the trump hotel for hospitality. Workers saying he thought they were a central workers off mid owns a condo at trump tower worth two million dollars

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Innovative Express Care Misallocated 6,000 Vaccine Doses In Chicago

Bob Sirott

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Innovative Express Care Misallocated 6,000 Vaccine Doses In Chicago

"One dose. Chicago officials are no longer providing the covert vaccine to a private health clinic contracted to vaccinate employees of Chicago public schools. This over allegations they knowingly miss allocated 6000 doses. The city's health department says innovative express care took some of the vaccines that have been set aside for second doses for CPS staffers and instead used them for first doses. Non

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Vaccine withheld from hospital that gave Trump Tower shots

Chicago Tonight

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Vaccine withheld from hospital that gave Trump Tower shots

"Have to move on to this bombshell story. That blocked club first reported this week. Loretto hospital in austin before we get into all the impropriety here today. They said that they are reprimanding their coo and their ceo for these improper. Vaccinations kelly bauer. Do we know what reprimand means. In this case. I have to to politicians who are on the hospital's board of directors. And all they would say at the time was that we put out this statement. We're not going to elaborate on rep. What it means to reprimand so we are still trying to figure that out and see what could be happening to the ceo coo. Okay so the first story that you published here was that they the coo. Dr notion med has an apartment in trump tower about two and a half million dollar apartment and the hospital. That has these vaccinations for folks on the west side. Improperly administered vaccinations to trump tower employees. Is there any evidence of some sort of trade-off or exchange or how how this came to be well. We spoke to leto hospital and their ceo. George miller says that it was actually him who helped set up this event but what we found is that right or workers at trump tower told residents that it was loretto hospital that reached out to them now. Loretto hospital is saying that its workers who reached out to them. So it's very much a. He said she said situation. But the city's department said they are looking into it and investigating why these ineligible workers were able to get shots. Before other people and also ineligible were cook. County judges and guest preach judge that also got vaccinated. And there's some different answers onto how that happened. Even though those were not allowed in the current phase as well amanda vindicated. You look at the board of this hospital. As kelly mentioned there's to state lawmakers that sit on the board There's a state lawmaker. Camille lilly that works for the hospital. This is a hospital that gets tens of millions of dollars in reimbursements from the state's medicaid program. Is there a conflict of interest. Here that there can be this much clout on a hospital board. I mean those are certainly questions that were all asking. What sort of favors might members of the war getting terms of the vaccines employment whatnot. We're we're not saying that there is merely that these are the questions to ask in. This gets to something that we've talked about a lot as there's been a lot of corruption of course in springfield and that is that there are really lax economic interests statements conflict of interest rules in then again to place. Where have devil's advocate there. There are those who say it. Is it positive when you have. For example he state legislator employed by hospital because that brings along a expertise. This is a citizen legislature. It is technically a part time job and the reason for that being was because you want to bring in farmers dentists doctors people with all different sorts of knowledge so there are certainly two sides to that point but given kelly's reporting the trump tower. I think that's what it is. It's just it's it's the who got it because these are. There's a lot to look into here and kelly bars. You mentioned that the city's health department is investigating. They've halted vaccinations to that hospital. What do you anticipate. They're going to uncover in their probe. Well we've heard from multiple sources and people questioning why workers at trump tower who are able to get vaccinated and not other hotel workers now. We've also seen that. The ceo's church was able to get vaccinated. This doctor arwady. The head of the city's health department said today that they are investigating they will not be sending doses to loretto hospital until they are confident. Those doses are going to be appropriately.

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Hospital executives reprimanded amid fallout over improper vaccinations at Trump Tower in Chicago

Chicago Tonight

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Hospital executives reprimanded amid fallout over improper vaccinations at Trump Tower in Chicago

"More fallout today from a west side hospital accused of improperly offering vaccinations to people who weren't qualified austin's loretto hospital announces. It is reprimanded it. Ceo and see oh this after reports from block club chicago and wbz that the hospital offered vaccinations to workers at trump tower and to cook county judges and their guests. The city's health department says it is halted vaccination distribution to the hospital. while it investigates.

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Alexandria seniors receive second dose of COVID vaccine

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Alexandria seniors receive second dose of COVID vaccine

"Throughout the country have found it tough to get an appointment to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Wt. Opie's Melissa Howell tells us about an effort in Alexandria today to make the process a little easier out here lately. High rise seniors and other at risk residents lined about side the community room for their second vaccination. Nervous little did, But you should know I'm going here and taking despite her nerves. Delores Tyler was here. Early up there. Good. Thank God. God is good. So far, about half of the residents here have gotten vaccinated. They hope to have everyone Done by the end of March. The Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority along with the city's health department, made today possible. Hold another clinic for seniors here who need their first dose in two weeks. Good to take the bastard named Melissa. How w t O P. NIS Checking the latest coronavirus

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Rush University Medical Center is opening an advanced molecular laboratory that will examine COVID-19 samples

Chris Plante

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Rush University Medical Center is opening an advanced molecular laboratory that will examine COVID-19 samples

"There. Rush University Medical Center is launching an advanced molecular lab to study new variants of Cove in 19, the Chicago Department of Public Health, awarding Russia $3.5 Million contract to create the lab, which is expected to be fully operational next month. Scientists their plan to work with the city Health Department and other local medical centers to determine which strains or transmitting quickest and tracking them as they spread, and they also hope to better understand it. These new mutations can evade the immunity provided by vaccines or previous Corona virus infections. Four Cove in 19

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CPS Says 4 COVID-19 Vaccination Sites For Chicago Teachers, Staff Will Be Operational This Week

Bob Sirott

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

CPS Says 4 COVID-19 Vaccination Sites For Chicago Teachers, Staff Will Be Operational This Week

"Vaccines are coming to Chicago public schools this week. WGN's Roger Bad ish. With that CPS in the city's Health department will open school based vaccination sites. The four sites will offer a total of 1501st dose vaccinations each week for CPS staff. Sites will operate at times convenient for employees who will also be excused from work for the appointment. Teacher and staff vaccinations were point of contention and recent negotiations between CPS and the teachers union to assure in school instruction.

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"city health department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"city health department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Aaron. Trina's like that. The building's been without heat for at least a week. City ordinance requires rental attempts to be at least 68 degrees during the day and 66 at night. President Biden says the close of the impeachment trial of former President Trump is a sad chapter of our history. That reminds us democracy is fragile, he said in a statement last night. Democracy must always be defended and we must ever be vigilant. He says. Violence and extremism have no place in America. Former President Trump is giving his deepest thanks to be 43 senators who voted to acquit him in his second impeachment trial. Trump added, the movement to make America great again has only just begun. He added that he has much to share in the coming months. U. S Senator Tammy Duckworth's calls the acquittal by her Republican colleagues. Profoundly disheartening, she says. Those who are willing to justify Trump's attempts to undermine this nation's centuries old tradition of peaceful transfers of power will forever have to live with their decision to put politics above the nation, the consequences of which will have long Lessing impact on the strength of our democracy. Memorial Service was held yesterday for Chicago Police commander Paul Bauer with family and friends watching online As his widow, Erin spoke from a stage I often wonder why Paul had to be where he was on February 13th 2018. Why couldn't he have been stopped by a train? Making him a minute or two late. Why couldn't he have a long conversation with someone before heading back downtown Commander Bower was shot and killed by a suspect downtown three years ago. He's also survived by a teenage daughter. Back scenes are coming to Chicago schools this coming week. WGN's Roger Bad ish has details. CPS in the city's Health department will open school based vaccination sites. Four sites will offer.

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Black and Latino New Yorkers Trail White Residents in Vaccine Rollout

Sterling on Sunday

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Black and Latino New Yorkers Trail White Residents in Vaccine Rollout

"Is acknowledging that black and Latino New Yorkers are receiving covert 19 vaccines at far lower rates than white or Asian residents. Data released by the city's Health Department shows that 48% of the city's residents who have gotten at least one vaccine dose are white, and just 11% went to black residents and 15% to Latinos. Meanwhile, the CDC issued a

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City of Houston Vaccinates about 5,000 People at Minute Maid Park

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

City of Houston Vaccinates about 5,000 People at Minute Maid Park

"Of of Houstonians Houstonians got got in in line line and and we're we're vaccinated vaccinated yesterday. yesterday. At At minute minute Maid Maid Park, Park, Houston Houston Mayor Mayor Sylvester Sylvester Turner Turner was was there there to to talk talk about about it. it. Today, Today, the city's health department will be vaccine ng 5000 people. We've already done more than 2200. Yesterday. We open the slots up 2600 additional slots based on what we got Mid week and 16 minutes. Those 2600 flights were gone. Set up for the clinic was orchestrated to serve the most people efficiently.

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"city health department" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"city health department" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Twitter at touching it. And on Instagram at certified Taj coming up little bit later on going to Florida teacher who's been banned, but only for a little while. Just just a small period of time for racist remarks she made to her students on We're going to talk to you about that. You know, At some point, I realized there's sometimes teacher shortages, especially during virus situation. But there's some people who should be teachers and some people who shouldn't be teachers. And I think if we find the people who shouldn't be teachers, we need to go ahead and invite them to not do it anymore. As a parent, I wouldn't want this idiot teaching. One of my kids will tell you that. We'll talk about that. That's coming up a little bit later on right now, earlier in the show we were talking about The vaccine on Suffered what they're calling quote a significant allergic reaction to a cove in 19 vaccine. The first serious adverse event to the jab in the Big Apple and the nurse is in stable condition. Health care worker that nurse from now, according to the city Health Department, with more than 30,000, covert 19 vaccinations administered New York City, we have received a single report of a serious adverse event. In a health care worker. Vaccines do have side effects and allergic reactions, while uncommon are known to occur, and people are people here, the stuff they latch on to it. Ha! They say probably not out loud but in their heads. Ah ha! So they hear this sort of thing and one out of 30,000 in this particular case, there were a couple in Europe that dealt with it. There's a small number of people who got Bell's palsy temporarily for those you don't know that's basically a paralysis of sight of your face. On the lights so things could happen. There are side effects, side effects every vaccine and we don't usually have, you know, in the case of our country, 380 million people being vaccinated all at one time, so the side effects kind of spread themselves out. You watch TV. You hear the pharmaceutical commercials for, um Whenever I can't even pronounce half the things they're always talking about the potential side effects. It always horrible allergic reaction. They caught it. The person is recovering now, they say. We also know that based on clinical trials, reports of adverse effects and other jurisdictions, reactions such as these are rare. But have been reported with the visor vaccine. True, and you should know that the unidentified health care worker is reportedly in stable condition after being treated for the reaction helps partner in New York City is closely tracking reports of more severe side effects and collaboration with the CDC. According to them, this is the first serious adverse event we have a cat encountered in New York City and all of New York City. And 30,000 people. So far as the only one I've heard of on I read the news every day or someone read it to you. Now, they say we will continue to move forward with the Corona virus vaccine distribution to ensure the health care workers and nursing home staff and residents are protected against Cove in 19 health officials did not disclose with which vaccination the worker received. So we don't know if it was the visor of the maternal one. Don't really matter. Fighter.

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"city health department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"city health department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Center With the headlines in the News this hour. University of Maryland College Park officials say they'll name to new residence halls after former students who helped diversify the campus. One will honor Hi room Whittle and Elaine Johnson Coats. The first black man admitted to the university and the first black woman to graduate with an undergraduate degree. Another building will pay tribute to pee on sue and change in constant chin Pee on was the first Korean student to receive a degree from the University of Maryland. Chen was the first Chinese student to enroll at the college in 1915, a seven year old girl hospitalized for a gunshot wound she suffered during the shooting. Yesterday. It closed off the north bound lanes of the BW Parkway in the area of Route 4 10. U S Park police said the girl had a gunshot wound on her leg. 20 year old Alec Gary Wilbur wanted for the shooting, Baltimore city officials ramping up their efforts to increase contact tracing for covert 19. Mayor's Office of Performance and Innovation, along with the Baltimore City Health Department. Teaming up to create the Baltimore versus Covert Campaign in Sports Monday night Football. The Cincinnati Bengals handed the Pittsburgh Steelers their third straight laws. 27 17, the Baltimore Ravens, currently the A seed on the outside looking in for a playoff spot. The Ravens need to win their remaining games Sunday at home against the Giants in the following Sunday at Cincinnati. Plus, they need the Browns dolphins or indeed to lose just one game and then they're dancing. You're rather channel forecast his neck pillow. Riley here, Let me ask you something. Would you like to retire with confidence, knowing that you have a plan in place to carry you throughout your retirement years? What if there were a strategy to capture significant market games without the risk of traditional markets interested? Would you like a retirement strategy that allows you to retire with confidence without the fear of running out of money? Then please talk to her. Odd Borowy and the safe Retirement Solutions team. You could call that for 10 to 66 11 24 10 to 66 11 20 want the truth about investing in retirement? Want this stuff? Wall Street does not want to tell you, you'll find out about strategies that grow when the markets are up, but don't lose value. When the markets go down. I'm not kidding about this retirement planning is a big deal for 10 to 66 11 20. So please call the safe retirement Solutions Team and schedule your visit Today. Your exclusive Wcbm Weather channel forecast. Our weather is calm and the skies are bright at least today and tomorrow until that Arctic front brings US rain.

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"city health department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"city health department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Vote rally at Sir Paul in Milwaukee, now set to receive several $500 fines after protesters and hundreds of Trump supporters broke the max capacity of 100 people at a political event. The city's Health department is also sending a fine because many were not in masks, and no one was seated. A video online shows a representative of Sir Paul asking protesters to sit down to avoid the fines. He was then shoved to the ground before eventually being helped to his feet over and Wauwatosa. Police are still searching for a suspect after a shooting, which happened outside of an apartment complex earlier Saturday morning in the statement posted online police say the victim was inside of her vehicle in the parking lot behind the building near 94th and West Congress Avenue. Suspect reportedly drove up, fired several shots into the driver's side window and then drove off. The woman was taken to a nearby hospital. Her condition is not known. A 17 year old is being treated for serious injuries after a single vehicle crash in Washington County. It happened Thursday night when the team's vehicle went off the road near ST Augustine them. One roads in the town of Aaron, pinning him inside flight for life was then called and landed at Platte Elementary School to take him to a nearby hospital. In sports. It's a beat down in Michigan right now, the Badgers beating the Wolverines 28 to 7 in the first half and the NFL The Packers have activated linebacker Christian Kirksey ahead of tomorrow's game with the Jaguars. Our coverage of the game begins at nine o'clock with opening drive right here on WTMJ WTMJ forecast tonight cloudy, windy, scattered showers and lows in the upper forties. Those wind gust could reach up to 35.

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"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Scottish actor won an Oscar for his performance as an aging copping the Untouchables. He played Indiana Jones's father, He earned a knighthood from the British Queen and all along, Connery cultivated such a cowering reputation. That he unlike bond needed no introduction. Colin Dwyer NPR news Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce a second national lock down for England as the country passes one million covert 19 cases, non essential shops will have to close for a month. People will be advised not to meet indoors with family and friends and there will be restrictions on travel. I may be held in Washington and you're listening to NPR news. This is WNBC in New York and Yasmeen Khan. Volunteer Lawyers at the nonpartisan Election Protection Hotline in New Jersey are taking calls about voting issues. And as WNYC Nancy Solomon reports, the phones are ringing off the hook. New Jersey's first ever large scale vote by mail election is causing a lot of confusion. Catherine Weiss, who runs the hotline, says the most common call is from voters whose ballots never arrived. Why says the hotline also gets a lot of calls about spoiled ballots? I pulled off the affidavit. You know I was supposed to. I wrote my birthdate on the outside when they asked for today's date. I voted my father's ballot and devoted mine, You know. Hundreds reading tickets, like mail in ballot got wet in the rain had to throw it away. Any New Jersey voter who needs a ballot must either go to their county clerk's office in person or vote by provisional ballot at their polling place on Election Day. Kuroda. Virus cases are now spreading more broadly across New York City, suggesting that the surge is no longer contained to a handful of hot spots. New data from the city's Health department show about 40% of the city's ZIP codes now have an average test positivity rate over 2%. That's three times as many as last month. Skeptics have occurred near hot spots in Brooklyn and Queens, but also in neighborhoods nowhere near them like Morris Heights in the Bronx and West Harlem in Manhattan. Archie Spinner the first black man to represent Queens in the New York City Council, has died. He was 92, known as the Dean. Specter was first elected to the City Council in 1974. During his tenure he advocated for infrastructure projects like the Archer Avenue subway extension and the Air Train to JFK Airport Sunny today with a high of 47 degrees. Currently a brisk 42 degrees in New York City at 106 Support for NPR comes.

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"city health department" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"city health department" Discussed on KCRW

"Criticized the city Health Department for not giving local leaders a bigger role in the Corona virus response. Avi Greenstein is the CEO of the Borough Park Jewish Community Council in Brooklyn. He spoke to NPR is all things considered last week weaken, definitely see an increase in the number of mask wearing in the bar Park community, the result of the community organizing trying to encourage family members of the importance of wearing masks and that wearing masks is better than not wearing masks. City health officials say they've been trying for weeks to hand out more masks and encourage social distancing in these neighborhoods. But positivity rates did not get better. Dr. J. Varma is with the New York City Health Department. Once you get to a level where there was widespread transmission, you need to reduce the amount of contact that individuals and households air having with each other. Under the city's plan about 300 schools would close the majority of them private schools, including yeshivas, The plan still requires permission from the state. On Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued his own warning that the state plans to begin enforcing social distancing rules more vigorously. The state is going to start direct enforcement in these hot spots, it coats Local businesses that are in violation of the law will be fined and can be closed. Cuomo says he's most worried about hot spots in New York City and its suburbs. Joel Rose. NPR NEWS. This is NPR news. Kate Seow. Sponsors include Netflix, presenting the 40 year old version from writer and director Rata Blank. The 40 year old version is a story about.

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"city health department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"city health department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Criticized the city Health Department for not giving local leaders a bigger role in the Corona virus response. Avi Greenstein is the CEO of the Borough Park Jewish Community Council in Brooklyn. He spoke to NPR is all things considered last week weaken, definitely see an increase in the number of mask wearing in the bar Park community, the result of the community organizing trying to encourage family members off the importance of wearing masks and that wearing masks is better than not wearing masks. City health officials say they've been trying for weeks to hand out more masks and encourage social distancing in these neighborhoods. But positivity rates did not get better. Dr. J. Varma is with the New York City Health Department. Once you get to a level where there was widespread transmission, you need to reduce the amount of contact that individuals and households air having with each other. Under the city's plan about 300 schools would close the majority of them private schools, including yeshivas. Plan still requires permission from the state. On Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued his own warning that the state plans to begin enforcing social distancing rules more vigorously. The state is going to start direct enforcement in these hot spots it Coates. Local businesses that are in violation of the law will be fined and can be closed. Cuomo says he's most worried about hot spots in New York City. And its suburbs. Joel Rose. NPR NEWS This is NPR news. VD news with Brian Watt. Coming right up for you the time now. 5 29 more traffic.

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"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Criticized the city Health Department for not giving local leaders a bigger role in the Corona virus response. Avi Greenstein is the CEO of the Borough Park Jewish Community Council in Brooklyn. He spoke to NPR is all things considered last week weaken, definitely see an increase in the number of mask wearing in the bar Park community, the result of the community organizing trying to encourage family members of the importance of wearing masks and that wearing masks is better than not wearing masks. City health officials say they've been trying for weeks to hand out more masks and encourage social distancing in these neighborhoods. But positivity rates did not get better. Dr. J. Varma is with the New York City Health Department. Once you get to a level where there was widespread transmission, you need to reduce the amount of contact that individuals and households air having with each other. Under the city's plan about 300 schools would close the majority of them private schools, including yeshivas, The plan still requires permission from the state. On Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued his own warning that the state plans to begin enforcing social distancing rules more vigorously. The state is going to start direct enforcement in these hot spots, it coats Local businesses that are in violation of the law will be fined and can be closed. Cuomo says he's most worried about hot spots in New York City and its suburbs. Joel Rose. NPR news This is NPR news, and you're listening to morning edition here on W I C still ahead. How President Trump's Covert 19 Diagnosis may affect the last few weeks of the presidential campaign that still ahead here on W. N. Y. C right now it's 8 30. W. N. Y. C is supported by the Rubin Museum of Art now reopened on 17th Street in Chelsea, featuring Himalayan art and ideas across six floors..

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As COVID-19 Cases Rise, NYC's Mayor Aims To Rollback Reopening

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:30 min | 2 years ago

As COVID-19 Cases Rise, NYC's Mayor Aims To Rollback Reopening

"New York's Mayor Bill de Blasio says he may need to rewind. That's his word the city's reopening the rate of positive corona virus tests has been rising in some of new in some of the city's neighborhoods. Here's NPR's Joel rose for months new. York City has been moving cautiously toward reopening in person learning and indoor dining just resumed last week but on Sunday Mayor Bill De Blasio reluctantly announced a step back today unfortunately. Is Not a day for celebration. Today is more difficult day to Blasio says, he's asking the state for permission to shut down schools and non essential businesses in an area that covers nine zip codes where a higher percentage of corona virus tests are coming back positive to Blasios says, that's an indication that community spread is growing. Again, the pains me to be putting forward this approach that will need in some parts of our city. In Brooklyn Queens were having an extraordinary problem something, we haven't seen since the spring many of the affected neighborhoods have large Orthodox Jewish communities, and some community leaders have criticized the city health department for not giving local leaders a bigger role in the Corona Virus Response Avi Greenstein is the CEO of the Borough Park Jewish community council in Brooklyn. He spoke to NPR's all things considered last week. We can definitely see an increase in the number of mask-wearing in the Ballpark community the result of the community organizing trying to encourage family members of importance of wearing masks and wearing masks. They're not wearing city health officials say they've been trying for weeks to hand out more masks and encourage social distancing in these neighborhoods. But positively, rates did not get better doctor. Jay Varma is with the New York City Health Department. Once you get to a level where there was widespread transmission, you need to reduce the amount of contact that individuals and households are having with each other under the city's plan about three hundred schools would close the majority of. Them Private Schools Including Your Sheba's the plan still requires permission from the state on. Sunday New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued his own warning that the state plans to begin enforcing social distancing rules more vigorously, this state is going to start direct enforcement in these hotspots zip codes local businesses veteran violation of the law will be fined and can be closed. CUOMO says he's most worried about hot spots in New York City and its suburbs Joel rose NPR news.

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"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"W N. Y. C is Glen Hogan reports some in New York see it as the result of months of uneven communication from both religious leaders and the city Lima. Marcus is a nurse practitioner who was working at Memorial Sloan Kettering during the peak of the cove in 19 pandemic. She says she caught the virus at work and passed it to her family. They were sick for weeks. She's also Orthodox Jewish lives in Borough Park, Brooklyn, and has watched with increasing alarm as her neighbors seemingly returned to business as usual. Going to endure bar mitzvahs, weddings and praying in crowded Shoels all massless. I've been finding excuses, and I just happened going because I don't want to be the only one in the mask and I don't feel like being Ma. It's a little bit of mockery has begun. The virus devastated the Orthodox Jewish community during the spring. According to the New York City Health Department. Borough Park had one of the highest infection rates in the city and more than 200. People died back during the surge. The Orthodox community was affected so badly that people should listen. They really did. I mean, I think I think I got the memo a little late because of poor in because of a couple of weddings that took place. I think for the most part, they really hunker down really well for a couple of weeks. So what happened in the months that followed, Marcus and others say, as people emerged from locked down and started resuming regular activity, they didn't see a subsequent spike in cases and took that to mean the worst was over. Rabbi Dr Aaron Glatt is the chair of medicine and the hospital epidemiologist at Mount Sinai, South NASA as well as an associate rabbi at a long Island shool. I think over the summer when the numbers were low people to have Ah, you know, certain false sense of security. And you know, it's very hard to argue with facts and people say, Well, there's no willingness right now, so obviously it's going away. That's never been the epidemiologist. Point of view. Rabbi David Niederman is the director of the United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg. Everybody believed that you know that has been, you know, Tanka Tanga. A sham should help us further. Whether when so many weeks and months went without even one case, the nurse Lima, Marcus says in that low, that's when the messaging about social distancing and mask wearing should have been kept up. Last year. She and other Orthodox healthcare providers helped boost immunization rates during the measles outbreak that she says took regular strong messaging from trusted voices like religious leaders and local doctors, but this time around, she says, She hasn't seen that happen. Yet, as the summer comes to a close, Wouldn't there be like a unified message to like? Let's try to start the year on the right leg and not kill off the remaining grand parents that we haven't already lost right now, And there's plenty of criticism for the city as well. There were fewer than five years speakers in New York City's test and trace core. Mark Levin chairs the City Council's Health committee, he says that's problematic. It reflects a failure to build the cultural ties and ultimately build trust with the communities that are Being most impacted by this phase of the paint. Some Orthodox community members say they felt singled out for their religious practices. At the same time, officials were allowing things like outdoor dining and retail shopping, and many point to the same moment in April, when Mayor de Blasio chastised Mourners at an outdoor funeral for well known Hasidic rabbi but voiced support for black lives matter. Protestors who took to the streets a month later that sends a very, very, very negative message that you're getting picked on Rabbi Dr Aaron Out again and author important. That's not to say one is important ones. Now, when the government comes out, it's this one is important. One is that you're basically creating a tremendous problem, Rabbi David Niederman says. Like many other groups, there had been relaxed social distancing over the past few months, but not any more Scientists. Always one that could be anybody that and whatever, but you know Everybody's hoping yes, then and there you see it quiet, but well, you see there really a spike and genital. So that's that's a different discussion. He says leaders will be pushing for changes, smaller prayer groups and wearing masks indoors. At some concerned members of the community wonder why it took so long. When Hogan WNEW news The week began with much of the country reacting to a story about President Trump's income taxes, But as Sara Gonzales with our planet money podcast reports federal income tax is a relatively new idea of the U. S. In the 18 nineties, There were federal tariffs on imported goods. There was that there were also taxes on things like on alcohol. But no income tax. And these tariffs and taxes on alcohol and food and clothes meant that poor people were spending a greater percentage of their incomes on taxes than rich people before the 18 nineties, yes, workers were really angry that so many rich people were escaping more or less tax free. Isaac Marin specializes in taxation at the University of California. San Diego, and he says that around the 18 nineties, workers started pushing for an income tax just on very rich Americans and in 1913. They got one through a constitutional amendment and almost immediately like on day two of the income tax, Martin says. Rich people start looking for ways to avoid paying some of it. The deductions, the exemption start creeping in their creeping in at the beginning, and they kind of gradually accrete overtime like barnacles on a ship. To the point that today all over the tax code income tax or other kind of tags. There are all kinds of weird and small provision that apply to the tiniest subset of people like in 2008 Congress worked in attacks deal for the makers of toy wooden arrows relative to other kinds of arrows. Yes, a specific provision was put in that said, but if their toy arrows less than this in diameter Intended only play made out of wood made out of wood. Yeah, then the taxes lower. I think it was like five or six different companies, basically on Planet Earth to which this provision applied. There have been a few times on Congress tried to simplify the tax code. They got rid of a bunch of deductions and exemptions, but each time it happens for a brief moment. Hartley, and then they start accumulating again as different groups lobby successfully for special provisions for their particular circumstances..

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Houston sampling wastewater to track spread of COVID-19

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Houston sampling wastewater to track spread of COVID-19

"City of Houston, working with researchers in the Texas Medical Center to attract the Koven 19 pandemic through wastewater City Health Department, Dr David Hurst claims that they can trace the Corona virus at a faster rate than traditional test methods. If we find it in whatever neighborhood that the numbers are going up, we will be able to get our teams to go door to door start informing people that what's going on in their community encouraged them to get tested, researchers say. Testing wastewater is not new of Baylor College of medicine, Dr used the same method back in the 19 sixties to find Houston's polio pandemic.

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"city health department" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"city health department" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Serious of e mails between the city's health department at the administration of Mayor John Cooper seem to show an effort to hide low Corona virus case numbers only 22 cases linked to bars and restaurants in the city just days before the mayor ordered them closed. Nashville City Councilman Steve Glover with a message for the mayor, opened the city right now. This is unforgivable. Stop it! Stop acting like you're the King, Fox News contributor and country music star John Rich, who was also a Nashville bar owner, says Mayor Cooper has betrayed the city of Nashville. Still, no progress visible, had efforts to pass a Corona virus relief package. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says if moderate Democrats are pushing for a more narrow Corona virus relief measure, they haven't said it to her. What they say is we need to have a solution. And we want the best possible agreement that we can for America's working families. Pelosi says she has agreed to reduce the more than $3 Trillion Heroes Act by $1. Trillion if Republicans boost their offer by $1 Trillion, a bipartisan group of House members made up of 25 Republicans and 25 Democrats. And proposed of $1.5 Trillion compromise on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern, Fox New White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, says President Trump will not travel to New York City to deliver a speech to the United Nations General Assembly next Tuesday. China, announcing earlier today it was conducting military exercises in the Taiwan Strait unlikely to show its displeasure with a visit to Taiwan by a U. S. Undersecretary of state now Taiwan's Defense Ministry says Chinese aircraft have crossed to the midpoint of the strait and Taiwan has scrambled fighter jets to monitor them. I'm Jack Callahan. This is.

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Vaccines and the Future of COVID  with Epidemiologist Dr. George Rutherford

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

06:43 min | 2 years ago

Vaccines and the Future of COVID with Epidemiologist Dr. George Rutherford

"This isn't the same rehashed discussion of covert. This is. Well more worth listening to. This is stuff that you need to know. This is medicine we're still practicing. I'm building. Of course, I by friend and Co host zooming in Dr Steven. Tailback he's a quadruple board certified doctor of Internal Medicine Pulmonary Disease Critical Care and neuro critical care, and he continues to fight on the front lines of the covert battle here in California for which we are eternally grateful. Steve. How you doing? Hey Bill. Good to see you. And R various special guest Dr, George Rutherford. He is the internationally lauded head of infectious disease and global epidemiology at the UCSF School of Medicine. He is also UCSF's professor of pediatrics and adjunct. Professor School of Public Health at California Berkeley. I had a chance to print out Georgia's see. It's one hundred, twenty, six pages long with two hundred and twenty one published papers and so many important accolades. So I'm going to read the whole thing to you now. Only. Kidding. Dr Authored although socially distance. Thanks so much for joining real pleasure. So Professor of epidemiology and biostatistics director at the prevention and Public Health Group. What do you do? Well, I'm an academic. So I teach school right I do research and I provide advice. So the mission of anybody in Academic Vinnie academic medical entity is education research, clinical care and public service. So my clinical care is really the clinical practice of public. Health and I advise the City Health Department San Francisco Department of Public Health, the California Department of Health and some of the various health departments around the state on approaches to controlling the Kobe deputy hammock. You did mention that your research is partly funded by CDC. Yes. That's correct. Yeah. Hell is a bit about that and how that affects your work during these crazy days. So I've worked with CDC for decades and most recently. I've been doing predominantly HIV related work in developing countries as part of the Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief I, have a large competent, very competent research group that basically tries to help governments and occasionally universities but mostly governments CDC missions in developing countries to understand what's going on with their. HIV. Epidemics, how things are working to evaluate progress and to discover new ways to try and stop the spread of HIV and try and. Improve. Clinical outcomes of people who already have HIV. So cases per one million population worldwide is running at about three thousand, five, hundred cases per one million in the US is running at about nineteen thousand, three hundred. So did we screw up or do we have a population that's more difficult to manage? Yes and yes, we have six fold higher numbers of cases than we should have and other countries like India may eventually catch up. I think that the US mister major opportunity early on and that was the problem with not having up tests and having the wrong tests and having tested didn't work and trying to control tests and trying to restrict out tests were being used for whom they are being used. I think they've always been you know a whole myriad lack of policy leadership which the states. have taken over and I think first of all the bay area in which the six county health departments acted in concert to move to a shelter in place ordinance early on on March. Sixteenth, and there is a very good reason for March sixteenth it was the day before Saint Patrick's Day, and then later the state moved in the same direction. So I think California's really been a leader in this. Now, you wouldn't know it from the last two months or three months since mid June under there's a huge wave of new infection a disappointed but I think we still are leaders in this. We showed data today in medicine grand rounds at UCSF that looked at numbers of deaths per hundred cases and in New York ten percent in. San. Francisco, it's zero point, seven percent. So it's less than one percent in San Francisco and the next best in a big city is something I one and a half percent did we screw up as a country? Totally? Did we screw up regionally in the north in northern California I don't think. So we scrub stay somewhat I think we made the reopening little to easy S. Really Hindsight Wealth speak that hindsight just for a second I mean in New York they've had four hundred, forty, five, thousand cases in thirty, three, thousand deaths. So they got a hold of this thing long before we did but we've already exceeded the case we're up to seven, hundred, fifty, thousand cases almost eighty percent more than they've had, and we've had fourteen thousand deaths. Half of what they've had when you say that we as a country may have screwed up, do we have a hold of this thing now and how much of it is that the population is not wearing masks enough especially young people who've decided that they're not as susceptible what New York was bad luck and they had continuous importation from Europe and may have had who? knows. Thousands of cases imported from Europe each one of which starts a new chain of transmission. We in San Francisco we probably at tens coming from Asia and you know the first death care was on February six dot and that was diagnosed retrospectively. Womanhood attended a convention in Las Vegas choose living in Santa, Clara County near San Jose and that convention probably people from China. or at least in the in the hotel that's probably where she got it. If she'd come home and hit a large crowd event at the wrong time with very high levels of virus inter nose and throat and spread it around we could have been just as bad office New York but we weren't and that's really a question of luck. So New York at Bath Block. But guess what we do. This was coming since the thirty first of December. That's when the UBA provincial CDC notified the central Chinese CDC that Oh, by the way, we may have a little problem here the central Chinese CD setup team to Wuhan on December thirty first basically started began an immediate investigation started closed down and drain the whole thing under control. That was the starting Bell I. Mean there was basically two months lost now CDC will say, well, we were having we we developed tests. We did this. We did that. Yeah, that's true. But then the FDA threatened to decertify their laboratory that was producing testing. They produce tests in the hundreds, not in the tens of thousands which was what was needed thousands. Of people came from Europe to New York and it got spread around helped by a couple of super spreader events where people in fact, at one person they affect hundreds of people at the same

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"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Counts to 10 while swapping deep inside the hull Barrientos his nose. Santos is one of hundreds of people who lined up outside a tent in Sunset Park, the actual park that is for free tests This week. Almost everyone in the park and surrounding neighborhoods is wearing masks at the moment, but Santos says that's not always the case. If a lot of people with no math, especially and 50,000 It's the nearby retail stretch. And he says many of the people who do wear masks on Ly cover their mouth but not their nose. When three people that I know I told you to put this up here, Buddy Antos isn't worried about the outbreak, and most people I talk to weren't either. They said they heard about the spike and just thought it's a good time to check their status. Ronnie Campbell is a shoe designer. Park has been a while. So I'm not surprised. Too many people with our masked people are comfortable. Dr. Ted Long, who runs the city's testing and tracing corps, says it's too soon to say what's causing the Sunset Park outbreak and he says they might never exactly know. Last month when there was a spike in the treatment neighborhood of the Bronx, the city conducted thousands of tests. And couldn't trace anything back to a particular individual or restaurant or party where it all started fact that we didn't find that in tree. Montes points to community spread as the likely explanation for what's going on community spread just means it's passing from person to person in public in a general area. But Dr Dennis Nash, former city Health Department epidemiologist who's been critical of the city's contact tracing program, says that's not a full enough explanation. He says contact tracers need to be asking better questions to figure out how transmission is occurring. Is it related to work? Is it related to household transmission is a transmission outside of the households are there certain occupations that are putting people at higher risk, such as essential workers or Working indoors where there's not enough people need, he says. Answering those questions will help both the local area and the city as a whole, especially as it continues to open back up with Children returning to schools and.

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"city health department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"city health department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Knows that way. Spend nine or 10 months out of the year dealing with cold, So I go out. Enjoy. Today's one of those just absolutely tremendous days. Lot of stuff to talk about. Let's get right to it. All right. I was off on Friday. But on Friday that the news broke that the city of Milwaukee Health Department had in a fashion that I will describe as sneaky, underhanded and slimy, decided to change the rules with regard to school reopening. Now, let's back up here. MPs announced a while back that they their plan for reopening in the fall was to not reopen, at least for the 1st 30 to 45 days. MPs have decided we cannot safely reopen And I appreciate that I respected my position is and has been that the whole idea of virtual learning has by and large been a disaster now, and I appreciate that. There may have been some exceptions and some high points and some kids who did well, but it's a stopgap. Method, and it's certainly less than ideal and for many, many kids, and I think there's a lot of parents that would test of this. It's just not working out. Nevertheless, MPs decided that they don't think that they can safely re open and I appreciate MPs has all sorts of considerations that that might be different than other school districts around here. You have. Kids, for example, who depend on public transportation to get to school and public transportation has been at least in my opinion, one of the things that fueled the spread of Corona virus in the beginning, so you've got issues with public transportation. You've got class size issues, all sorts of different things going on. So MPs decided we do not think it is logistically possible to safely reopen. For at least you know, the first month two a month and 1/2. And who knows how long this is going to be so okay. MPs makes that call. Alright. What happened, though, is you had a number. Of private schools or parochial schools in the city of Milwaukee, who had decided that they believed that their circumstances were such that they could safely re opened. And they were proceeding with those plants. Starting on the college level. You'd open you Am Marquette University, a number of high schools Wisconsin Lutheran High School, for example, Marquette University High School and a number of other private and parochial schools who have a different considerations than MPs. Maybe they don't have as many kids maybe the class sizes or different maybe the way the kids get to school is different. All those different things. But those schools have decided that we could safely reopened and they were planning to do it well that the news broke on Friday that without telling anyone and without consulting with any of the schools, the city Health Department had apparently changed the rules and I don't I want to get too far into the weeds here, but the rules that everybody had been operating under is that as long as you're it what, like Stage four, you would be of the city's reopening plant. You'd be able to reopen the schools. Well, what happened is without telling anybody. The health Department change those rules to say no, no, it's not going to be staged for anymore. It's going to be stage five. Which essentially means that these schools are not going to be able to reopen. Now, if I was cynical about this What it looks like happened is that MPs was afraid that if they're closed, but charter schools or parochial schools or other private schools reopened. People at MPs were afraid that that might be further impetus for people to pull their kids out of MPs and send them to one of these other type of schools. So again. If you were cynical, you could say there's some collusion going on between the city and MPs. To change the rules so that MPs decides to stay closed. But because MPs stays closed, that means everybody else has to stay closed. Bottom line of this is that I appreciate that MPs doesn't think it can safely re opened. That that's unfortunate, But if that's what they believe, fine, I think it is irresponsible and just awful, however, that you would tell other schools universities Private high schools, parochial high school's charter schools, whatever who have completely different considerations and MPs, I think for the city to tell them that they can't try to reopen. Well, I think that that's just plain wrong and I understand the outrage of the parents. I think just like the suburban schools in many cases are going to try to reopen. I think Private schools. I think the parochial schools, I think the charter schools and I certainly think the universities should have the option to try to do it. If they think they could do it safely Now, they might not be able to pull it off. I understand that they might not be able to pull it off. Okay, The Major League Baseball teams might not be able to pull off a 60 game season, but they're going to give it a try. If the parents are on board. If the schools are on board, I think the school should be allowed to reopen 855 61616 20. That's the AC unit mortgage talk and text line We discuss in just a moment fucks are coming back down the lane boarded up, walked by on what I think for a lot of us were looking for a diversion from all the bad news from the sports is is one of the ways that we can do that and our.

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Chicago quarantine: Emergency travel order issued by city for travelers from states with high COVID-19 infections

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago quarantine: Emergency travel order issued by city for travelers from states with high COVID-19 infections

"If you are headed to Chicago from over a dozen different states well plan to self quarantine for two weeks, the numbers of new covert 19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths have been going down in Chicago since mid May. And the city's Health department wants to keep it that way, issuing an emergency travel order that anyone coming from 15 surging states. Including Texas, Florida and California Self quarantine for 14 days. The order goes into effect Monday. That's ABC Is Ryan Burrow Reporting

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Boston - Walmart in Quincy closed after employee dies from the coronavirus

WBZ Midday News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Boston - Walmart in Quincy closed after employee dies from the coronavirus

"Another Walmart shuts down this time in Quincy after eleven workers test positive for covert nineteen WBZ TV's Katie brace was there and has more in this report happening come last week it was so packed in such as Walmart voluntarily close the store mid afternoon for cleaning and to test all employees right now eleven employees have tested positive one of them an elderly woman has died Walmart released a statement saying in part there are no words to express the loss of our associates and we are mourning alongside their family this is the third local Walmart to temporarily close Worcester's Walmart close last week of almost four hundred employees there eighty one have now tested positive for the virus I know our inspectional services folks have gone in there and it's been cleaned professionally a sign at the Quincy Walmart says it will reopen may eighth if the city's health department gives them the green light

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New York City calls on doctors to watch for children with syndrome possibly associated with COVID-19

Brian Lehrer

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

New York City calls on doctors to watch for children with syndrome possibly associated with COVID-19

"Local health officials and researchers are investigating whether covert nineteen can trigger a rare pediatric illness W. in my sis Fred mogul reports in an alert released late last night the city health department asked doctors to keep an eye out for symptoms associated with what they're calling multi system inflammatory syndrome potentially associated with COPD nineteen they've identified fifteen children ages two to fifteen in hospitals around the city with the syndrome which appears to be mainly caused by inflamed blood vessels some but not all of these children tested positive for the coronavirus five have needed treatment with the ventilators but none have died similar reports of the rare and mysterious syndrome have emerged recently in Europe symptoms can include a persistent fever and a rash vomiting or

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"city health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

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"Eleanor Beardsley is on the scene right beside entered on a huge group of people watching it burn the finder licking, and they're just going and people just kind of a silence here. People are in shock, and I'm talking lowly because people are not framing or just watching it burn and people are instead of shop outside in the periphery Panama neom in the city, they've stopped the train going by hair. They're stopping traffic police everywhere. But in a tighter circle around the cathedral were just watching fern. That's NPR's Eleanor Beardsley. Notre Dame cathedral is a Catholic treasure the fire began his Christians around the world observe holy week leading up to Easter the Sunday. President Trump's campaign committee says it raised just over thirty million dollars in the first quarter of this year. And peers Peter Overby tells us that substantially more than any of the democratic presidential candidates. So far the numbers are substantial but not surprising considering the President Trump launched his reelection campaign immediately upon taking office, the Trump campaign totals about twelve million dollars more than the leading democrat. That's Bernie Sanders at eighteen point two million. The Trump operation Fame's nearly forty one million dollars on hand to point out. That's about twenty one times more than President Barack Obama's reelection committee had at this point in twenty eleven although Obama's campaign didn't start fundraising till the second quarter, adding up the Trump campaign committee, the Republican National Committee and to joint fundraising committees. The grand total is seventy six million, Peter Overby NPR news. Washington in Indonesia presence, you'll we it stands accused of using the apparatus of state to help secure reelection come Wednesday. Here's NPR's Julie McCarthy Australian national university's Marcus might Sner said the complaints about what he called the interference of the state are quote, very legitimate bites has studied elections in Indonesia since nineteen ninety nine until the Foreign Correspondents Club into cart up. The president would doto had attempted to use his incumbency in a way that is unprecedented in the twenty years since democracy has taken root here. He says it could account for three to four percent of the vote authoritative pollsters. Expect would doto to win by double digits in the past week. The opposition has also repeated concerns about irregularities in the voter rolls, including the discovery that seventeen and a half million voters shared just three birthdates. Julie McCarthy NPR news to Carta at last check on Wall Street, the Dow is down thirty points. This is NPR news. News. And you're listening to WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd parents of unvaccinated children in Brooklyn sued New York City today over the health department order announced last week people in certain zip codes were told they are required to get the measles vaccine WNYC's Gwen HOGAN reports five unnamed parents have sued the city over the requirement that their children get vaccinated. Their attorney Robert F Kennedy jR, is calling for a restraining order arguing the current measles. Outbreak is not an emergency. And that the city is overstepped its executive powers. A spokesman for the city's law department stands by the order saying they're confident adjudge will side with them. Two hundred eighty five city residents have gotten the measles since October mostly in Williamsburg, according to the city's health department Twenty-one people have been hospitalized and five needed intensive care and inflammatory cover of the New York Post has prompted Bodega owners to boycott the paper a front. Page last week suggested that Minnesota congresswoman Ilan Omar had downplayed the nine eleven attacks drawing outrage from Muslim Americans community leader, Linda Sarsour, joined others at a press conference outside. The News Corp, the parent company of the tabloid the.

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