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"clarence trautmann" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:09 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Said Utah's hospitals are now seeing five or six times Mork over 19 patients than a few months ago. I do think that although we currently are operating over 100% capacity of our normal, icy avez with Cove it we do have some good plans in place if we have to use them, but that will come with an enormous strain on the coveted care providers. The hospital leaders say they're not there yet, but they're not far away and warn. If the community doesn't take proper precautions to bring the numbers down, That could happen. I understand hospitals in Salt Lake City treat critically ill patients from nearby states, including Idaho and Montana, is the Utah backup affecting those states. It is. Both Idaho and Montana have been seeing record hospitalization. Numbers to neither state has a medical school so they don't have a big academic medical center and They rely on the University of Utah and other places with bigger facilities to take their tougher cases. So if Salt Lake hospitals are full, that means they have to look elsewhere in Montana, one small town hospital reported. That they had to call five different hospitals before they found 1 600 miles away that had some room hospital in northern Idaho is now sending patients to Portland, Oregon, for help. And Wyoming is now among the top five states for new infections per capita to we mentioned you're in Denver. What's going on in Colorado? Well. In Colorado. Hospitalizations were hitting levels not seen since the start of the pandemic in the spring. Colorado's governor says he's watching Utah and doesn't want that to happen here. But the projection is the state's hospitals could hit that point. At the end of December, number of communities like Denver are returning to tighter restrictions on public gatherings and businesses. Clarence Trautmann, who was hospitalized for nearly two months with covert 19 is urging Coloradans to take it seriously. When I hear certain people say that this isn't real or it's just a bad cold or flu or even that is a hoax. I find that very disturbing because it's so much more than that. It's 100% real, and we can't do too much to be safe and protect ourselves. The governor said he wants residents to follow public health orders to bring two numbers down before the holidays. And, of course, the ski season, which is right around the corner. That's John Daly from Colorado. Public Radio. Thank you. Halloween this year may become another casualty of the Corona virus. Pandemic trick or treating is being discouraged and going to a haunted house, maybe a truly unsafe experience. But for anyone who feels 2020 has not been scary enough. Already, some car washes have turned themselves into tunnels of terror. Melanie People's drove through one of them in Birmingham, Alabama. Now you might ask yourself what's so scary about a car wash. So I decided to go check it out with my son. Hi, this's Max. But before we can even get to the car wash creepy characters and clowns are messing a couple in a long line of cars. Make sure the doors.

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"clarence trautmann" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on KCRW

"Which is totally inappropriate, and I don't believe that that's by our laws. I don't believe that to be clear. American law does not require a winner to be declared on November 3rd and to explain more about what the law does. Say. Wendy Weiser of the Brennan Center joins us now. Good to have you here? Thank you for having me. We're all accustomed to winners generally being announced on election night is that because of any official requirement Absolutely not. In fact, the results that we hear on election night are not. The official results, their unofficial results, and this year it might very well be the case that In many states. We don't even know who the winners are. On Election night or for days after electing day tell us what those unofficial results are based on. The people are so accustomed to treating as if they are the final word. Well, the unofficial results that we get on election night are often just the initial results they're based on the ballots have been counted so far. Typically the ones that are coming in from in person voting and in states that count their absentee ballots in advance of election Day. We might get some of those a swell And it takes days for election officials after receiving and processing ballots too often to tabulate them, especially as we're going to see increasing number of absentee ballots. So if that tabulation takes time, and there's not a result on election night should people worried, too should that cast a shadow over the result or indicate any kind of a problem or crisis? No people should actually be rest assure that if we don't have results on election night, it's because election officials they're doing everything they can to make sure that every vote counts. This year. We've had an unprecedented challenge to our election with the pandemic, and it's caused ah large number of Americans to switch to voting by mail or absentee ballots, and those come in on paper ballots, and they take longer to process into count and the ones that are happening on Election Day. So that question of what it means to count. Every vote is being litigated right now, as we said, and on this programme, we've talked about some of the high profile lawsuits, including cases in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, when we are this close to an election, and many have already voted, should voters worried that a court might decide a case in a way that could invalidate their vote? Americans have already voted, should feel confident that their ballots are going to count and really, you know, it is absolutely thie case that court should not be changing the rules this late in the game, but there are steps that voters can and should take to make sure their ballots are not rejected. And if the voters get their ballots in now on time and follow the instructions closely for filling out their valets, they shouldn't have any problems. Regardless of anything A court does. The thing is that the court's ruling are not going to impact your ballots if you get your ballots in on time, and if you follow the instructions for filling out the ballot What is all of this say about the functioning of our democracy? Does this dispute Does this litigation mean that the system is working or that the system is teetering on the precipice? It is absolutely unacceptable in a modern democracy. Tio have significant numbers of ballots cast by eligible voters tossed out because of technicalities. That doesn't mean that the system is a legitimate or the result is invalid. But it does mean we should take a close look at our election rules after this election and couldn't play some real voting reforms to make sure that every eligible ballot counts. Wendy Weiser, vice president of the democracy program at the Brennan Center, thank you for talking with us today. Thank you for having me. As New co Vered 19 cases surge across the country. Hospitals in Rocky Mountain states are among those struggling to keep up in Utah. Hospital leaders have told the governor, they're on the cusp of rationing access to intensive care beds. Idaho and Montana doctors are having trouble finding places to treat infected patients. John Daly, reporter at Colorado Public Radio is watching this unfold from Denver joins us now to explain and John I want to get right into that warning from Utah, which I think is very striking for people. What does it mean for hospitals to consider rationing care? Well, audience Salt Lake. That means they're approaching that point where the number of patients simply overwhelms the ability of providers to care for them, as they normally would. The hospitals there say they've prepared what are called Crisis standards of care. This is essentially an emergency triage type of posture where tough decisions would have to be made about who gets care in practical terms. That's essentially A system of grading patients of rationing care based on things like age overall health and ability to survive. Doctor Estelle Harris at the University Hospital, said Utah's hospitals air now seeing five or six times Mork over 19 patients than a few months ago. I do think that although we currently are operating over 100% capacity of our normal I see a bed with Cove it We do have some good plans in place if we have to use them, but that will come with an enormous strain on the coveted care providers. The hospital leaders say they're not there yet, but they're not far away and warn. If the community doesn't take proper precautions to bring the numbers down, That could happen. I understand hospitals in Salt Lake City treat critically ill patients from nearby states, including Idaho and Montana, is the Utah backup affecting those states. It is. Both Idaho and Montana have been seeing record hospitalization. Numbers to neither state has a medical school so they don't have a big academic medical center and They rely on the University of Utah and other places with bigger facilities to take their tougher cases. So if Salt Lake hospitals are full, that means they have to look elsewhere in Montana, one small town hospital reported that they had to call five different hospitals before they found 1 600 miles away that had some room Ah hospital in northern Idaho. Is now sending patients to Portland, Oregon, for help, and Wyoming is now among the top five states for new infections per capita to we mentioned you're in Denver. What's going on in Colorado? Well. In Colorado. Hospitalizations were hitting levels not seen since the start of the pandemic in the spring. Colorado's governor says he's watching Utah and doesn't want that to happen here. But the projection is the state's hospitals could hit that point. At the end of December, number of communities like Denver are returning to tighter restrictions on public gatherings and businesses. Clarence Trautmann, who was hospitalized for nearly two months with Kovar 19 is urging Coloradans TTO Take it seriously. When I hear certain people say that this isn't really or it's just a bad cold or flu or even that it's a hoax. I find that very disturbing because it's so much more than that. It's 100% riel, and we.

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"clarence trautmann" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Center joins us now. Good to have you here? Thank you for having me. We're all accustomed to winners generally being announced on election night is that because of any official requirement Absolutely not. In fact, the results that we hear on election night are not. The official results their unofficial results, and this year it might very well be the case that in many states, we don't even know who the winners are on Election night or for days after electing day. Tell us what those unofficial results are based on. The people are so accustomed to treating as if they are the final word. Well, the unofficial results that we get on election night are often just the initial results they're based on the ballots have been counted so far. Typically the ones that are coming in from in person voting and in states that count their absentee ballots in advance of election Day. We might get some of those as well. And it takes days for election officials after receiving and processing ballots too often to tabulate them, especially as we're going to see a new increasing number of absentee ballots. So if that tabulation takes time, and there's not a result on election night should people worried, too should that cast a shadow over the result or indicate any kind of a problem or crisis? No people should actually be rest assure that if we don't have results on election night, it's because election officials are doing everything they can to make sure that every vote counts. This year. We've had an unprecedented challenge to our election with the pandemic, and it's caused ah large number of Americans to switch to voting by mail or absentee ballots. And those come in on paper ballots, and they take longer to process into count them the ones that are happening on election day, so that question of what it means to count. Every vote is being litigated right now, as we said, and on this programme, we've talked about some of the high profile lawsuits, including cases in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, when we are this close to an election, and many have already voted, should voters worried that a court might decide a case in a way that could invalidate their vote? Americans have already voted, should feel confident that their ballots are going to count and really, you know, it is absolutely thie case that court should not be changing the rules this late in the game, but there are steps that voters can and should take to make sure their ballots are not rejected. And if the voters get their ballots and now on time and follow the instructions closely for filling out their ballots, they shouldn't have any problems, regardless of anything of court does. The things that the courts are ruling are not going to impact your ballots. If you get your ballots in on time, and if you follow the instructions for filling out the ballot, what does all of this say about the functioning of our democracy? Does this dispute does this litigation? I mean that the system is working or that the system is teetering on the precipice. It is absolutely unacceptable in a modern democracy. Tio have significant numbers of ballots cast by eligible voters tossed out because of technicalities. That doesn't mean that the system is a legitimate or the result is invalid. But it does mean we should take a close look at our election rules after this election and couldn't play some real voting reforms to make sure that every eligible ballot counts. Wendy Weiser, vice president of the democracy program at the Brennan Center, thank you for talking with us today. Thank you for having me. As New co Vered 19 cases surge across the country. Hospitals in Rocky Mountain states are among those struggling to keep up in Utah. Hospital leaders have told the governor, they're on the cusp of rationing access to intensive care beds. Idaho and Montana doctors are having trouble finding places to treat infected patients. John Daly, reporter at Colorado Public Radio is watching this unfold from Denver joins us now to explain and John I want to get right into that warning from Utah, which I think is very striking for people. What does it mean for hospitals to consider rationing care? Well, audience Salt Lake. That means they're approaching that point where the number of patients simply overwhelms the ability of providers to care for them, as they normally would. The hospitals there say they've prepared what are called Crisis standards of care. This is essentially an emergency triage type of posture where tough decisions would have to be made about who gets care in practical terms. That's essentially A system of grading patients of rationing care based on things like age overall health and ability to survive. Doctor Estelle Harris at the University Hospital said Utah's hospitals are now seeing five or six times Mork over 19 patients than a few months ago. I do think that although we currently are operating over 100% capacity of our normal I see a bed with Cove it We do have some good plans in place if we have to use them, but that will come with an enormous strain on the coveted care providers. The hospital leaders say they're not there yet, but they're not far away and warn. If the community doesn't take proper precautions to bring the numbers down, That could happen. I understand hospitals in Salt Lake City treat critically ill patients from nearby states, including Idaho and Montana, is the Utah backup affecting those states. It is. Both Idaho and Montana have been seeing record hospitalization. Numbers to neither state has a medical school so they don't have a big academic medical center and They rely on the University of Utah and other places with bigger facilities to take their tougher cases. So if Salt Lake hospitals are full, that means they have to look elsewhere in Montana, one small town hospital reported that they had to call five different hospitals before they found 1 600 miles away that had some room hospital in northern Idaho. Is now sending patients to Portland, Oregon, for help, and Wyoming is now among the top five states for new infections per capita to we mentioned you're in Denver. What's going on in Colorado? Well in Colorado hospitalizations, air hitting levels not seen since the start of the pandemic in the spring. Colorado's governor says he's watching Utah and doesn't want that to happen here. But the projection is the state's hospitals could hit that point. At the end of December, number of communities like Denver are returning to tighter restrictions on public gatherings and businesses. Clarence Trautmann, who was hospitalized for nearly two months with Kovar 19 is urging Coloradans TTO Take it seriously. When I hear certain people say that this isn't really or it's just a bad cold or flu or even that is a hoax. I find that very disturbing. Because it's so much more than that. It's 100% riel, and we can't do too much to be safe and protect ourselves. The governor said he wants residents to follow public health orders to bring two numbers down before the holidays. And, of course, the ski season, which is right around the corner..

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"clarence trautmann" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

07:51 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"It's all things considered from NPR news I'm audie. Cornish and I'm Ari Shapiro. One of the most contentious issues in this election has been how and when to count ballots in this final week of voting scores of lawsuits are working their way through the courts. Many focus on the deadline for counting president trump often argues that if there's not a clear winner on election night, the results of the election could be invalid. It would be very, very proper. Very nice his. Winter were these latter November. COUSY solids weeks, which is totally inappropriate and I don't believe that's my our laws I. Don't believe that to be clear. American law does not require a winner to be declared on November third and to explain more about what the law does say Wendy Weiser of the Brennan Center joins us now good to have you here. Thank you for having me. Too, winners generally being announced on election night is that because of any official requirement? Absolutely, not I in fact, the results that we hear on election night are not the official results, their unofficial results and this year it might very well be the case that in many states, we don't even know who the winners are on election night or for days after day tolls, what those unofficial results are based on the people are so a couple treating if they the final word. Well. The unofficial results That we get on. Election night are often just the initial results there based on the ballots have been counted so far typically the ones that are coming in from in-person voting and in states that count their absentee ballots in advance of election day, we might get some of those as well. and it takes days for election officials after receiving and processing ballots to numb an often to tabulate them especially as we are going to see an increasing number of absentee ballots. So if that tabulating takes time and there's not a result on election night, should people worried should that cast a shadow over the result or indicate any kind of problem or crisis? No people should actually. Be Rest assured that if we don't have results on election night, that's because election officials are doing everything, they can to make sure that every vote counts. This year, we've had an unprecedented challenge to our election with the pandemic and it's caused a a large number of Americans to switch to voting by mail or absentee ballots and those come in on paper ballots, and they take longer to process into count than the ones that are happening on election day. So that question of what it means to count every vote is being litigated right now, as we said, and on this program, we've talked about some of the high-profile lawsuits including cases in Pennsylvania Wisconsin, north. Carolina. When we are this close to an election and many have already voted should voters worry that a court might decide a case in a way that could invalidate their vote? Americans who've already voted should feel confident that their ballots are GonNa Count and really you know it is absolutely the case that it accord should not be changing the rules this late in the game but there are steps that voters can take to make sure their ballots are not rejected and if voters. Get their ballots in now on time and follow the instructions closely for filling out their ballots They shouldn't have any problems regardless of anything court does two things at the court's ruling are not going to impact your ballots if you get your ballots in on time and if you follow the instructions for filling out the ballot. What does all this say about the functioning of our democracy does this dispute does this litigation means that the system is working or that the system is teetering on the precipice? It is absolutely unacceptable in a modern democracy to have significant numbers of ballots cast by eligible voters tossed out because of technicalities that doesn't mean that the system is illegitimate or the result. Is invalid but it does mean we should take a close look at our election rules after this election and put in place some real voting reforms to make sure that the eligible ballot counts Wendy Weiser Vice President of the democracy program the Brennan. Center. Thank you for talking with us today. Thank you for having me. As new COVID, nineteen cases surge across the country fills in Rocky Mountain states are among those struggling to keep up in Utah leaders have told the governor there on the cusp of rationing access to intensive care beds. Idaho and Montana doctors are having trouble finding places to treat infected patients John Daly reporter at Colorado public radio is watching this unfold from Denver joins us now to explain in John I want to get right into that warning from. UTAH. which I think is very striking for people. What does it mean for hospitals to consider rationing care? Well Audience Salt Lake. That means they're approaching that point where the number of patients simply overwhelms the ability at providers to care for them as they normally would the hospitals there say they've prepared what are called crisis standards of care. This is essentially an emergency triage type of posture where tough decisions would have to be made about who gets care in practical terms. That's essentially a system of grading patients of rationing care based on things like. Age overall health and ability to survive Dr. Stelle Harris at the university. Hospital said Utah's hospitals are now seeing five or six times more covid nineteen patients than a few months ago. I do think that although we currently are operating over a hundred percent capacity of our normal issue. As with Covid, we do have some good plans in place if we have to use them but that will come with an enormous strain on the covid care providers. Now. Hospital leaders say they're not there yet but they're not far away and warned if the community doesn't take proper precautions to bring the numbers down, that could happen I. Understand hospitals in Salt Lake City treat critically ill from nearby states including Idaho and Montana is the Utah backup affecting those states. It is both Idaho and Montana have been seeing record hospitalization numbers to neither state has a medical school. So they don't have a big academic medical center and they rely on the University of Utah and other places with bigger facilities to take their tougher cases. So Salt Lake hospitals are full that means they have to look elsewhere in Montana one small town hospital reported that they had to call five different hospitals before they found one six hundred miles away that had some room hospital in northern. Idaho is now sending patients to Portland Oregon for help and Wyoming is among the top five states for new infections per capita to but we mentioned you're in Denver what's going on in Colorado Wyoming Colorado hospitalizations hitting levels not seen since the start of the pandemic in the Spring Colorado's governor says he's watching Utah and doesn't want that to happen here. But the projection is the state's hospitals could hit that point at the end of December number of communities like Denver are returning to tighter restrictions on public gatherings and businesses Clarence Trautmann who was hospitalized for. Nearly two months with covid nineteen is urging coloradans to take it seriously when I hear certain people say that this isn't real or it's just a bad cold or a flu or even that is a hoax I find that very disturbing because it's.

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"clarence trautmann" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

07:51 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"It's all things considered from. NPR News. I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Ari Shapiro one of the most contentious issues in this election has been how and when to count ballots in this final week of voting scores of lawsuits are working their way through the courts. Many focus on the deadline for counting president trump often argues that if there's not a clear winner on election night, the results of the election could be invalid. It would be very, very proper. Very nice his. Winter were these ladder. November. COUSY solids weeks, which is totally inappropriate and I don't believe. That's my our laws. I don't believe that to be clear. American. Law does not require a winner to be declared on November third and to explain more about what the law does say. Wendy Weiser of the Brennan Center joins us now good to have you here. Thank you for having me. We're all accustomed to winners generally being announced on election night is that because of any official requirement? Absolutely, not I. in fact, the results that we hear on election night are not the official results, their unofficial results and this year it might very well be the case that in many states, we don't even know who the winners are on election night or for days after day tolls what those unofficial results are based on the people are so accustomed to treating if they the final word. Well the unofficial results. That we get on. Election night are often just the initial results there based on the ballots have been counted so far typically the ones that are coming in from in-person voting and in states that count their absentee ballots in advance of election day, we might get some of those as well. and it takes days for election officials after receiving and processing ballots to numb an often to tabulate them especially as we are going to see an increasing number of absentee ballots. So if that tabulating takes time and there's not a result on election night, should people worried should that cast a shadow over the result or indicate any kind of problem or crisis? No, people should actually. Be. Rest assured that if we don't have results on election night, that's because election officials are doing everything they can to make sure that every vote counts. This year, we've had an unprecedented challenge to our election with the pandemic, and it's caused a a large number of Americans to switch to voting by mail or absentee ballots, and those come in on paper ballots, and they take longer to process into count than the ones that are happening on election day. So that question of what it means to count every vote is being litigated right now, as we said, and on this program, we've talked about some of the high-profile lawsuits including cases in Pennsylvania Wisconsin North Carolina when we are this close to an election and many have already voted should voters worry that a court might decide a case in a way that could invalidate their vote Americans who've already voted should feel confident that their ballots are GonNa Count and really you know it is absolutely the case that it accord should not be changing the rules this late in the game but there are steps that voters can ensure take to make sure their ballots are not rejected and if voters. Get their ballots in now on time and follow the instructions closely for filling out their ballots they shouldn't have any problems regardless of anything court does two things at the court's ruling are not going to impact your ballots if you get your ballots in on time and if you follow the instructions for filling out the ballot. What does all of this say about the functioning of our democracy does this dispute does this litigation means that the system is working or the the system is teetering on the precipice? It is absolutely unacceptable in a modern democracy to have significant numbers of ballots cast by eligible voters tossed out because of technicalities that doesn't mean that the system is illegitimate or the result. Is invalid but it does mean we should take a close look at our election rules after this election and put in place some real voting reforms to make sure that the Ballot counts Wendy Weiser Vice President of the democracy program. The Brennan Center thank you for talking with us today. Thank you for having me. As new covid nineteen cases surge across the country fills in rocky. Mountain states are among those struggling to keep up in Utah. Leaders have told the governor there on the cusp of rationing access to intensive care beds, Idaho and Montana. Doctors are having trouble finding places to treat infected patients John, Daly reporter at Colorado public radio is watching this unfold from Denver joins us. Now to explain in John I want to get right into that warning from Utah which I think is very striking for people. What does it mean for hospitals to consider rationing care? Well Audience, Salt Lake, that means they're approaching that point where the number of patients simply overwhelms the ability at providers to care for them as they normally would the hospitals there say they've prepared what are called crisis standards of care. This is essentially an emergency triage type of posture where tough decisions would have to be made about who gets care in practical terms. That's essentially a system of grading patients of rationing care based on things like. Age overall health and ability to survive Dr Stelle Harris at the University Hospital said, Utah's hospitals are now seeing five or six times more covid nineteen patients than a few months ago I do think that although we currently are operating over a hundred percent capacity of our normal issue. As with Covid, we do have some good plans in place if we have to use them, but that will come with an enormous strain on the covid care providers. Now Hospital leaders say they're not there yet but they're not far away and warned if the community doesn't take proper precautions to bring the numbers down, that could happen I understand hospitals in Salt Lake City treat critically ill from nearby states including Idaho and Montana is the Utah backup affecting those states. It is both Idaho and Montana have been seeing record hospitalization numbers to neither state has a medical school. So they don't have a big academic medical center and they rely on the University of Utah and other places with bigger facilities to take their tougher cases. So Salt Lake hospitals are full that means they have to look elsewhere in Montana one small town hospital reported that they had to call five different hospitals before they found one six hundred miles away that had some room hospital in northern Idaho is now sending patients to Portland Oregon for help and Wyoming is among the top five states for new infections per capita to. But we mentioned you're in Denver what's going on in Colorado. Colorado hospitalizations hitting levels not seen since the start of the pandemic in the Spring Colorado's governor says, he's watching Utah and doesn't want that to happen here but the projection is the state's hospitals could hit that point at the end of December number of communities like Denver are returning to tighter restrictions on public gatherings and businesses Clarence Trautmann who was hospitalized for nearly. Two months with Covid nineteen is urging Collins to take it seriously who when I hear certain people say that this isn't real or it's just a bad cold or a flu or even that is a hoax I find that very disturbing because it's.

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"clarence trautmann" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:55 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on KCRW

"Utah's hospitals air now seeing five or six times Mork over 19 patients, then a few months ago. I do think that although we currently are operating over 100% capacity of our normal I see a bed with Cove it We do have some good plans in place if we have to use them, but that will come with an enormous strain on the coveted care providers. The hospital leaders say they're not there yet, but they're not far away and warn. If the community doesn't take proper precautions to bring the numbers down, That could happen. I understand hospitals in Salt Lake City treat critically ill patients from nearby states, including Idaho and Montana, is the Utah backup affecting those states. It is. Both Idaho and Montana have been seeing record hospitalization. Numbers to neither state has a medical school so they don't have a big academic medical center and They rely on the University of Utah and other places with bigger facilities to take their tougher cases. So if Salt Lake hospitals are full, that means they have to look elsewhere in Montana, one small town hospital reported. That they had to call five different hospitals before they found 1 600 miles away that had some room. Ah hospital in northern Idaho is now sending patients to Portland, Oregon, for help. And Wyoming is now among the top five states for new infections per capita to we mentioned you're in Denver. What's going on in Colorado? Well. In Colorado. Hospitalizations were hitting levels not seen since the start of the pandemic in the spring. Colorado's governor says he's watching Utah and doesn't want that to happen here. But the projection is the state's hospitals could hit that point. At the end of December. Ah, number of communities like Denver are returning to tighter restrictions on public gatherings and businesses. Clarence Trautmann, who was hospitalized for nearly two months with Kovar 19 is urging Coloradans TTO Take it seriously. When I hear certain people say that this isn't real or it's just a bad cold or flu or even that it's a hoax. I find that very disturbing because it's so much more than that. It's 100% riel, and we can't do too much to be safe and protect ourselves. The governor said he wants residents to follow public health orders to bring two numbers down before the holidays. And, of course, the ski season, which is right around the corner. That's John Daly from Colorado. Public Radio. Thank you. Halloween this year may become another casualty of the Corona virus. Pandemic trick or treating is being discouraged and going to a haunted house, maybe a truly unsafe experience. But for anyone who feels 2020 has not been scary enough. Already, some car washes have turned themselves into tunnels of terror. Melanie People's drove through one of them in Birmingham, Alabama. Now you might ask yourself what's so scary about a car wash..

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Utah's hospitals air now seeing five or six times Mork over 19 patients, then a few months ago. I do think that although we currently are operating over 100% capacity of our normal I see a bed with Cove it We do have some good plans in place if we have to use them, but that will come with an enormous strain on the coveted care providers. The hospital leaders say they're not there yet, but they're not far away and warn. If the community doesn't take proper precautions to bring the numbers down, That could happen. I understand hospitals in Salt Lake City treat critically ill patients from nearby states, including Idaho and Montana, is the Utah backup affecting those states. It is. Both Idaho and Montana have been seeing record hospitalization. Numbers to neither state has a medical school so they don't have a big academic medical center and They rely on the University of Utah and other places with bigger facilities to take their tougher cases. So if Salt Lake hospitals are full, that means they have to look elsewhere in Montana, one small town hospital reported. That they had to call five different hospitals before they found 1 600 miles away that had some room hospital in northern Idaho is now sending patients to Portland, Oregon, for help. And Wyoming is now among the top five states for new infections per capita to we mentioned you're in Denver. What's going on in Colorado? Well. In Colorado. Hospitalizations were hitting levels not seen since the start of the pandemic in the spring. Colorado's governor says he's watching Utah and doesn't want that to happen here. But the projection is the state's hospitals could hit that point. At the end of December, number of communities like Denver are returning to tighter restrictions on public gatherings and businesses. Clarence Trautmann, who was hospitalized for nearly two months with Kovar 19 is urging Coloradans TTO Take it seriously. When I hear certain people say that this isn't real or it's just a bad cold or flu or even that it's a hoax. I find that very disturbing because it's so much more than that. It's 100% riel, and we.

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"clarence trautmann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"University Hospital said Utah's hospitals are now seeing five or six times Mork over 19 patients, then a few months ago. I do think that although we currently are operating over 100% capacity of our normal I see a bed with Cove it we do have some good plans in place if we have to use them, But that will come with an enormous strain on the cove. It care providers. The hospital leaders say they're not there yet, but they're not far away and warn. If the community doesn't take proper precautions to bring the numbers down, That could happen. I understand hospitals in Salt Lake City treat critically ill patients from nearby states, including Idaho and Montana, is the Utah backup affecting those states. It is. Both Idaho and Montana have been seeing record hospitalization. Numbers to neither state has a medical school so they don't have a big academic medical center and They rely on the University of Utah and other places with bigger facilities to take their tougher cases. So if Salt Lake hospitals are full, that means they have to look elsewhere in Montana, one small town hospital reported. That they had to call five different hospitals before they found 1 600 miles away that had some room hospital in northern Idaho is now sending patients to Portland, Oregon, for help. And Wyoming is now among the top five states for new infections per capita to we mentioned you're in Denver. What's going on in Colorado? Well in Colorado. Hospitalizations were hitting levels not seen since the start of the pandemic in the spring. Colorado's governor says he's watching Utah and doesn't want that to happen here. But the projection is the state's hospitals could hit that point at the end of December. Ah, number of communities like Denver are returning to tighter restrictions on public gatherings and businesses. Clarence Trautmann, who was hospitalized for nearly two months with covert 19 is urging Coloradans TTO Take it seriously. When I hear certain people say that this isn't real or it's just a bad cold or flu or even that it's a hoax. I find that very disturbing because it's so much more than that. It's 100% riel, and we.

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"clarence trautmann" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:16 min | 8 months ago

"clarence trautmann" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Who still refuse to believe in science and those who do not take it seriously. Level Three restrictions include restaurants, retail businesses in office is having their 50% capacity cut in half indoor events now have a 25 person. CAF and outdoor events have a 75 person cap. Jim's will have a 25% capacity or 25 people, whichever is fewer. Bob McDonald with the Denver Department of Public Health, says Corona virus cases are increasing across the city in all aspect, seeing an increase in all age groups versus just the older population early when the pandemic came to Denver, we're seeing hospital admissions go up. I see you. Capacity is dimension. In addition to Denver County, moving to level three on the state's covert dial, Adams County is moving to level three as well. Arapahoe County to Level two If you think getting covert 19 isn't a big deal. Maybe you should talk to Corona virus Survivor Clarence Trautmann, who spoke at the governor's press briefing today. Clarence Trumpet is a 59 year old broadband technician. You got a cold, but then it got worse. I had a fever that it's said in that just wouldn't go away and I couldn't breathe. He was hospitalized for 58 days and spend 27 of them in a coma. He woke up to these words from a nurse. You're UCL in here for right a month he tested positive for Kobe 19. He has a message for those who downplay Coben 19. Certain people say that this isn't real or it's just a bad cold or flu or even that it's a hoax. I find that very disturbing. Because it's so much more than that. Jerry Bo KO we news Radio a second night of protests and looting in Philadelphia tonight after the shooting death of a black man by police Monday. Walter Wallace's family says that he was having a mental breakdown yesterday, and they had called an ambulance before officers opened fire. The cops claim he refused to drop a knife. And for the first time since 1988 the Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series champs, they beat the raise three toe won. Tonight's in Game six to win the Siri's or games to two. Chad Bauer on K. Away News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 90 for one. FM. Pretzels. Look what chips Locke? Who's the new guy?.

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