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"closures group" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"closures group" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"Ground ceded to the non vacs group the non mask in the non closure groups and now as just like everyone i it's like there's no distinction here It's not just those groups that are going to be vulnerable. It's gonna be all of our kids that go back to school this year. That are vulnerable now Because i mean they were so loud and so vocal. And i feel like they went out in oklahoma And it's like dan like no one has no one can. No one can do anything now. but i think it's interesting mo more so just considering and i don't think most people understand the flexibility that hospitals were given specifically respond with the state of emergency that they don't now have. I mean it still water. That's really i think in the spotlight at the moment. Where their icu. As small as it may be is is maxed out which matters like. I think the story that i people need to understand is like our health. Systems are finite you know they're not like beyond you know they can't just continually expand in the best the best example i have this was Three weeks ago when we were in and are eleven year old needed platelets and we were at. We were waiting from eleven o'clock in the morning till six. Pm at night waiting on her platelets and there was eight other kids waiting on platelets. And this is in the hematology oncology ward at. Oh you children's and we were all on hold because there was two trauma cases in the oklahoma city area and that put everyone on hold so they could get the blood products to those two cases so a floor full of he mock kids were on hold. And if you just think about what it means that. An entire icu. In you know what pain county is completely full. You know and because there's no state of emergency it can't expand you know and so i mean this is what the mayor is trying to say you know is the water mayor and luckily agassi norman. We don't have that concern yet but you know what. So what options are available Emily like short of a state of emergency. Well i know that for schools. Some folks are wondering what this means for their for them. Being required to educate students with.

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"closures group" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"closures group" Discussed on KCRW

"We don't know the exact amount it's categorized as between 2 to $5 million. Expensive private schools were on the list law firms, including what then represented President Trump and the reason we're learning about this now, sir breeze that the Treasury Department under pressure released data for who got the biggest loans? Yeah, I remember. A few weeks ago, We were talking about some big restaurant chains taking people's phones. I mean, are these revelations particularly surprising? Well, they're confirming some of the criticisms about the PPP program that money was flowing to bigger businesses than perhaps Congress intended. The issue is that the program was supposed to be for firms that didn't have other options for quickly raising cash to continue paying employees and staying in business. And we spoke with Sarah Crozier about this of the Main Street alliance, which is an advocacy group for small business to see that the most well banked businesses you know our best represented in getting that money and ultimately, maybe didn't need it as much as other businesses, particularly in the service industries. I can see where that outrage has been justified. And closures Group now wants Congress to target age, for example, geographically, perhaps to small businesses in infection hot spots where the aide maybe most needed All right, Nova. Thank you. At the end of this month, millions of unemployed Americans will get their last $600 a week. Federal pandemic unemployment check. That is unless Congress acts to extend the program. Marketplaces. Mitchell Hartmann has more Jody Soul L is 64 works for a solar energy installer in Maryland. He was furloughed in March and recently got called back for a very partial reopening. One Wake. I had 2.5 hours another week, two hours. He is still getting $880 a week on unemployment that includes 600 in federal pandemic benefits. What will his family do if that runs out at the end of July? I haven't even thought about that. That's why they make credit Cone. Financial advisory firm. The ascent has surveyed unemployed workers and research analyst Dan Albright says almost 2/3 and go less than three months. Without the extra $600 they would borrow more money and take more drastic cuts in their expenses. A recent survey by the Urban Institute finds more than four in 10 American households have suffered job or income lost during the pandemic. I'm Mitchell Hartmann for marketplace. Let's take a look at the numbers this morning, The Dow Jones industrial average is down 221 points. That is 8/10 of a percent. The S and P 500 is down 3/10 of a percent. The NASDAQ is up 3/10 of a percent..

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"closures group" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"closures group" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We don't know the exact amount it's categorized as between 2 to $5 million. Expensive private schools were on the list law firms, including what then represented President Trump and the reason we're learning about this now, sir breeze that the Treasury Department under pressure released data for who got the biggest loans? Yeah, I remember. A few weeks ago, We were talking about some big restaurant chains taking people's phones. I mean, are these revelations particularly surprising? While they're confirming some of the criticisms about the PPP program that money was flowing to bigger businesses than perhaps Congress intended? The issue is that the program was supposed to be for firms that didn't have other options for quickly raising cash to continue paying employees and staying in business. And we spoke with Sarah Crozier about this of the Main Street alliance, which is an advocacy group for small business to see that the most well banked businesses you know our best represented in getting that money and ultimately, maybe didn't need it as much as other businesses, particularly in the service industries. I can see where that outrage has been justified. And closures groups now wants Congress to target age, for example, geographically, perhaps to small businesses in infection hot spots where the aide maybe most needed All right? No, thank you. At the end of this month, millions of unemployed Americans will get their last $600 a week. Federal pandemic unemployment check. That is unless Congress acts to extend the program. Marketplaces. Mitchell Hartmann has more. Jody Sel L is 64 works for a solar energy installer in Maryland. He was furloughed in March and recently got called back for a very partial reopening. One Wake. I had 2.5 hours about a week, two hours. He is still getting $880 a week on unemployment that includes 600 in federal pandemic benefits. What will his family do if that runs out at the end of July? I haven't even thought about that. That's why they make credit cones. Financial advisory firm. The ascent has surveyed unemployed workers and research analyst Dan Albright says almost 2/3 go less than three months. Without the extra $600 they would borrow more money and take more drastic cuts in their expenses. A recent survey by the Urban Institute Finds more than four in 10 American households have suffered job or income lost during the pandemic. Mitral Heart mint for marketplace Let's take a look at the numbers this morning, The Dow Jones industrial average is down 221 points. That is 8/10 of a percent. B S and P 500 is down 3/10 of a percent of the NASDAQ is up 3/10 of a percent..

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"closures group" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"closures group" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We don't know the exact amount it's categorized as between 2 to $5 million. Expensive private schools were on the list law firms, including what then represented President Trump and the reason we're learning about this now, sir breeze that the Treasury Department under pressure released data for who got the biggest loans? Yeah, I remember. A few weeks ago, We were talking about some big restaurant chains taking people's phones. I mean, are these revelations particularly surprising? Well, they're confirming some of the criticisms about the PPP program that money was flowing to bigger businesses than perhaps Congress intended. The issue is that the program was supposed to be for firms that didn't have other options for quickly raising cash to continue paying employees and staying in business. And we spoke with Sarah Crozier about this of the Main Street alliance, which is an advocacy group for small business to see that the most well banked businesses you know our best represented in getting that money and ultimately, maybe didn't need it as much as other businesses, particularly in the service industries. I can see where that outrage has been justified. And closures Group now wants Congress to target age, for example, geographically, perhaps to small businesses in infection hot spots where the aide maybe most needed Nova. Thanks. At the end of this month, millions of unemployed Americans will get their last $600 a week. Federal pandemic unemployment check. That is unless Congress acts to extend the program marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman reports. Jody Soul. L is 64 works for a solar energy installer in Maryland. He was furloughed in March and recently got called back for a very partial reopening on Wake. I had 2.5 hours another week, two hours. He is still getting $880 a week on unemployment that includes 600 in federal pandemic benefits. What will his family do if that runs out at the end of July? I haven't even sold about that. That's why they make credit cones financial advisory firm The ascent has surveyed unemployed workers and research analyst Dan Albright says almost 2/3 could go less than three months without the extra $600. They would borrow more money and take more drastic cuts in their expenses. A recent survey by the Urban Institute finds more than four in 10 American households have suffered job or income lost during the pandemic. Mitchell Hartmann for Marketplace Let's take a look at the numbers. The footsie in London is down 1.6%. Dowels and P and NASDAQ futures are down in the 3/10 to 1% range with a dark future down. 251 points..

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"closures group" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"closures group" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is we saw yesterday in the rose garden the president making that announcement clear to the American people that the fifteen day guidelines which is coming up about to expire has been extended throughout the month of April so at least until the end of April so that that means you get another month of the fifteen guidelines basically the stay at home guidelines that you've heard from the CDC and that the White House has been talking about is the social distancing guidelines the limiting work living restaurant openings hotel closures group gatherings of more than a tad more than ten people I so again that will be extended through April the president was also asked about the idea of will he still be considering looking at certain areas for re opening and said no that as of right now for this next month yeah we keep this these numbers where they are we can't start picking and choosing where can read it where can reopen where can't reopen because we're seeing pockets of places that where are the virus will kind of explode if you will and overnight forty or fifty people be diagnosed with it even though there was a state that didn't have an issue with it no one of the interesting things also Jordan has some locales and I think this is just being smart are saying from you know people that may have a of a summer home someplace or we're going to particular place for vacation so if you go to like North Carolina which is very popular if you're from New York or Florida or from the southeast the actual area these areas of of North Carolina some even if you own property there what they're saying is if you come into once you come into the county register and self quarantine for fourteen days which includes not being able to go to the grocery stores means you have to have an a a neighbor help you get the groceries but self warranty and this sounds extreme with the idea there is to keep this number down and keep the spreading down I want courage people because I think some people really most Americans really are understand we're not dealing with an invisible enemy and that they are social distancing but I will tell you I saw something last night with some like grandkids and we're just driving in our area where media centers and I saw these you know twenty somethings congregating in particular in the must win thirty or forty of them there was not only no social decisions like nothing's happening yeah and the problem is they're exposing people that are let's say you know mature my age where the risk factors you know substantially increase when you have the sauce let's listen to what the CDC say let's listen what Dr Blix Dr but you're saying and that the president's putting forward I think moving this to April as a lead at least till April the end of April is a smart move now it it brings up an interesting issue and that is the Supreme Court term the last argument our case is that three cases that I have at the Supreme Court for the president of all been right now postponed but there was an April calendar thought was maybe the lan to the April calendar well with this in place then we cancel.

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