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For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle
"The national institutes of health has launched a study into some of the puzzling symptoms that children suffer when they're infected with code nineteen and possible long term effects it's estimated more than twelve point seven million children in the U. S. alone have contracted cove it nineteen and some are still experiencing unusual symptoms long after the virus is gone a trend called long term coded and doctors say some children appear to make full recoveries and then come down with a mysterious condition that causes severe organ inflammation the lead researcher at children's national hospital in Washington DC describes a three year old girl who is head coach V. twice who speaks suddenly turned bright red and staying with pain or she complains of pain in her chest and the studies also looking into the emotional effects of coal bed one participant has had NO symptoms herself but her father caught the virus and he died I'm Jackie Quinn
COVID-19 and pregnancy: Women regret not getting the vaccine
"An expectant mother who lost her baby after falling ill with coded nineteen is urging other women to get vaccinated against the deadly virus kindle Nipper lives in Georgia and had just a short bout with the corona virus but it was enough to cause a miscarriage in July just weeks from her baby boy's due date I did everything I could have possibly done the only thing I could do that I will have to carry with me see her doctor says the placenta was infected with the virus which likely hindered the baby's ability to get oxygen and nutrients nippers teamed up with Amanda Harrison who contracted cove it it had to be intubated but she and her baby survived and then it's almost like a survivor's guilt the two women are sharing stories in an attempt to persuade pregnant women to get covert nineteen vaccinations to protect themselves and their babies I'm Jackie Quinn
Cardinal Raymond Burke says his recovery slow after COVID-19
"A Catholic cardinal and vaccine skeptics as his recovery is going slowly after cove in nineteen a high ranking Roman Catholic cardinal who was placed on a ventilator after contracting cove in nineteen says his recovery is going slowly cardinal Raymond Burke one of the church's most outspoken conservatives and a vaccine skeptic posted a letter on his website saying he left the hospital and moved into a house near his family Burkett spoken out against mandatory vaccines in twenty twenty saying some in society want to plan microchips and people the pope remove Burke from his position overseeing the Vatican's Supreme Court after Burke in twenty fourteen like in the church to a ship with no rudder I Walter Ratliff
Polis, 1st Openly Gay Governor Elected, Marries in Colorado
"America's first openly gay governor has tied the knot congratulations are in order for Colorado's Jared Polish he was the first openly gay man to be elected governor in the United States in twenty eighteen and now he's married first gentleman Marlon Reis his long time partner a writer in animal welfare advocate the two were married in a traditional Jewish ceremony attended by family and friends in boulder on Wednesday post and reset to children and nine year old daughter and a seven year old son they've been together for eighteen years but only got engaged in December as research preparing to be hospitalized after contracting cove in nineteen in a statement the couple said they're thankful for the opportunity to celebrate their life together as a married couple I'm Jennifer king
You Can Still Get COVID-19 Even If You Have Been Vaccinated
"From our health, he is, of course, the director of infectious diseases, Dr Joe Jeff, a good weekend. Sure did. Brandon. Good morning. Thanks for having me but, well, it's good to have you with us. Hey, I I know you're you're all serious, And you don't usually like to play games. But I thought you'd like this one covert factor fiction. We'll get started with, And I want to know this because I've read some crazy stories over the weekend. Can you still contract Cove? It? After being fully vaccinated. Yes, you can. And let's dissect that a little bit because people need to understand that Remember, no vaccine is 100% effective. When you look at the clinical trials for fire during Madonna, they were 94 95% effective against preventing symptomatic of a 19. What That means is one out of 20. People in those studies who received the vaccine still contracted covert 19. Now starting to see that being reported the news. Both Washington State and Michigan are reporting that from their health department last week, the state of Michigan released data showing 246 people who were fully vaccinated by report. Contracted covert 19 and even three died. But you have to take that into context in the state of Michigan over 1.8 million people are fully vaccinated with Maura, who have even started their vaccinations. So again. These vaccines are wonderful, but There are still going to be people who get fully vaccinated. The vaccine doesn't work for many reasons, and they die. Usually, you know the people who vaccines don't really work in our very elderly. And people on certain types of medications, which weaken their immune systems like transplant patients. So again, these vaccines are very safe and effective. But there will be people where the vaccine don't work for obvious reasons. When doctors so
246 vaccinated residents diagnosed with COVID; 3 dead, Michigan reports
"Been fully vaccinated, caught the virus, and the Michigan Health Department says three of them died. Boxes, Jessica Rosenthal reports. Michigan's Health Department says in a statement that 246 people contracted Cove it at least two weeks after being fully vaccinated. 11 people were hospitalized and three people over the age of 65 died. Two of those deaths occurred within three weeks of being fully vaccinated. Statement notes that visor and Madonna's vaccines are 95 94% effective and add that the CDC is working on a website examining breakthrough cases and the data surrounding those to be launched in several weeks. Jessica
QFC to close two Seattle stores, blames city's new $4 hazard pay law
"And bullying. That's what one Labor Union calls QFC decision to close two stores after Seattle required hazard pay for workers during the pandemic. Com O Seu Romero has the story If any, Sanders with KFC says the mandate that certain grocers pay an extra $4 an hour accelerated their decision to close to underperforming stores in Seattle on 15th Avenue on Capitol Hill and 35th Avenue in which would we're doing our best to really provide for our associates and Provide the things they need. So they have been getting appreciation paid and bonuses and rewards of since March. Sara Charon is with the union local 21 representing grocery workers. Kroger's intent seems perfectly clear. They are announcing these closings to try to intimidate any other local communities from passing hazard pay. She testified before the King County Council, which is following Seattle and considering requiring groceries to pay workers extra hazard pay. Sue Romero, come on use gentle council member, Theresa Mosqueda released a statement about the store closures, calling the move disappointing, adding quote Grocery workers have had to cover emergency shifts, pick up extra responsibilities and are five times more likely to contract Cove. It she went on to say these workers should not be pawns in a game of chess.
"contracting cove" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"News radio 600 Coco. I'm Jack Cronin. With tomorrow being Super Bowl Sunday. People are asked to not gather in groups to watch the game. San Diego County says they're stepping up enforcement, including at restaurants and in national city. The mayor Alejandra Sotelo, Seles, was also part of the face three trials for Johnson and Johnson's new vaccine. Apply with the FDA This week they held an incentive event ahead of the Super Bowl was a reminder. We go into the Super Bowl weekend. We've had so many very positive things to report the low percentage of hospitalizations Duke over 19. A lower percentage of positive Potvin 19 cases, though under 1000 positivity that case rate, which is amazing, great thing, but we also two were in a state home order. And now things open up and we have the big game on Sunday, the Super Bowl. We wanna remind people to stay in their pods. Family pod, Stay home and watch the game with a ham that we gave us 350 household care National City to make those family cheese or the big game story size or ham and eggs, whatever exes to really incentivize staying home and watching the game without putting your family at risk by having a party or breaking bread with other people and possibly causing more spread of Karan. The virus. And so to that point you were also part of the Johnson Johnson trial, which they've applied their emergency use authorization. How does that make you feel? And as you look ahead with national City and beyond what can I hope this I give you well, yeah, I mean, vaccine trial participants on being that again as I shared with you before, you know, if I asked of my constituents, I'm gonna show that I'm willing Tol put my Whole hardened, whole effort behind it as well. And I feel very proud to be part of something that is going to be a game changer not only nationwide but worldwide. Because it's considered a one and done type shot. And, you know, with great efficacy. And you know, we this will be part of the solution will now something that the emergency used doesn't get off the right. It will be a third vaccine that will help us get to that. You know, pretty Koba Day, the normal access to the to the public, you know, to watch a movie to get out and you know, husband, Grandma. Have a party without fear of Contracting Cove in 19, and that was why the second part of today's event was so important because even when it's impacting rollout Because it's still in process. There's still so many moving parts of who's eligible and how you register and where you can get the shot. It's really important that People have PPE. But today we also give up close to 1000 PPE kids for residents and not only from national City but throughout the South Bay, uh, again, knowing that with vaccines, it's part and parcel to get into that herd immunity for national city of our 60,000 people. We have to get 48,000 people vaccinated. And we want people to have that PPG. So we were able to give out face shield and 95 math. Use math toothbrushes from the Hispanic dental Association. Uh, I think I should face shield 10 sanitizer. Uh, additional, um Thermometers again. All of these things provided from both the Latino Health Coalition and last mile, um, and it's it's all of that, knowing that To get 48 to our win number of 48,000 people vaccinated. It's going to be some time and we may have to wear mouth pretty much until fall of this year, and it's about a mindset. If that word we're all going to get there feel comfortable wearing it because it's gonna be around for a while of National City L. 100 Sotelo Seles holding an incentive event ahead of the Super Bowl tomorrow, asking people to not gather in groups. She is also part of the face three trials held in San Diego for the Johnson and Johnson single shot vaccine. Which is supplied this week for emergency use with the FDA. They expect approval by the end of the month, and they couldn't begin distribution at the beginning of next month. Jack Woman, Coco News From the helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic Center accident North 15 past the 76 Center. Divide Right shoulder. Both the North and South 15 slow in that area. This sponsored by Think it up by Marx. Egon Coco's next real time Traffic update is in the 12 30 news, Bionic Jonas and I'm here to tell you about thinking up a new initiative to.
Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may help reduce transmission, developers say
"The vaccine front the astrazeneca. We don't talk much about that vaccine. Well says here. John in britain is one from oxford. John has the russian one the sputnik v and. I got that in the lobby months ago. That's why i've been so healthy. It's twice comes to work every day and sits in that disgusting room. It's where drop it in there. What kind of droplets is there's nobody here. Well janssen here. They're both in their before. Yeah garrison here. I think the morning people some of them were in there. Yeah but handle isn't right but the other people are anyway. First of all this is i. Think a bit of a misconception. That people have about some of the vaccines. I don't know that you do john a lot of them. Are there to prevent you from falling seriously ill right not contracting cove. But from seriously ill from it. That's supposed to be because it's supposed to spur your immune system Now they think the astra zeneca vaccine and this was a question that came up months ago. We were talking about this. It's possible that it does not. It reduces transmission of the virus so in other words if you've been given the astra zeneca covid nineteen vaccine number. One you may not fall seriously ill and it's possible you may not pass it on and they believe even after a single dose you can get pretty strong protection for at least three months just from one dose so maybe i'm lining up for that one if i can. We don't have that. That sounds like it's a good what you know what i read this week. I think we've talked about this on the air but They were talking about side effects like a friend of mine got the first dose and he said the next day felt very slightly dinged. He said it was like having one extra glass of wine. That kind of thing a little tired and it went away but Works is. Is you get the antibodies building up after the first injection. And maybe you get a mild side effect the next day. Maybe you don't but if you take the second dose they're finding that people are more likely to get the side effects like if you're going to get them that's when you might get a temporary fever in the i'm also hearing from reading and the reason for this is the first dose creates. The original set of antibodies right. The second dose wakes up the backup system. The second line of defense known as the t. cells. They they show up to kill if a virus gets past the first line of defense the second line of defense wipes out the virus so with the second dose the second line of defense. The t. cells are going wait a second. Did we kill these people a month ago and so they go crazy because they're having a much stronger reaction to because they don't understand why we've all we've already memorized the genetic code here. We've already identified this enemy. We always already dispatched the enemy. What what are they doing back. So that's why you have worse side effects and The the the side effects are actually sign that the vaccines working. It's a good thing to have side effects beings now your immune system is fully stimulated and fighting the invader even though it's a fake invader your system thinks it's a real invader because when you get sick. The symptoms are from your immune system reacting to the invader so embrace the side effects.
Chicago Mayor, CPS to Update on Reopening Plans Amid Battle With Teachers Union
"Life it and CPS CEO Janice Jackson will address the reopening of schools any minute now the Chicago Teachers Union and the district remain at odds over teachers returning to the classroom. The union wants remote learning to continue until all teachers are vaccinated. Even though teachers are expected to return tomorrow. Chicago Teachers Union vice president Stacy Davis Gates spoke to Chicago's afternoon news should not be dehumanized for Maine. Paining safety for putting forth effort to keep their entire school community safe. Earlier today, CEO Janice Jackson spoke too concerned parents on a zoom call, she says. Despite all security measures, there's always the chance of student or staff member could contract Cove in I can't see how you was a Kobe free environment. If anybody tells you that, you know they're lying and get the heck away from him in a press release, the district says, See to your leadership has notified its members who've been teaching pre K and cluster students in person to stay home starting tomorrow. So the district is announcing parents must keep their Children at home as well will bring you much more in the district's plan Coming up. The district has given the union and updated plan today, which includes vaccination, prioritization and increased testing.
Chicago Public Schools reopen today
"Excuse me. Public schools will resume in person classes today for elementary school students for the first time since closing back in March, CPS CEO Janice Jackson We have invested over $100 million to ensure that our schools are safe, and students can retire into an environment. That mitigates the risk of contracting Cove in Chicago public schools moving forward with the reopening Despite opposition from the Chicago Teachers Union, Jackson has threatened to withhold pay from teachers who failed to show up for class today. Colorado
"contracting cove" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Of which I'm a part of Monday through Friday from 6 to 10 A.m.. That is very important as well. And I appreciate you and I hope you guys had a great Thanksgiving. Hope you enjoyed some delicious beer, delicious craft beer and again. Today is the end of small brewery Sunday. So I hope that you went out and supported your small brewery. And look, you can do it any time or supported your small business. We did that for Thanksgiving are good friends of Paragon tapping table. We're doing a Thanksgiving meal. My wife is not really a cook. We were supposed to go to a friend's house for Thanksgiving. We decided against that because there was a possibility of them. Contracting Cove it so we decided, you know what we're going to just will stay home. And then we decided to have Thanksgiving dinner with my in laws who we've see often at least once a week because my my son spends time with his grandparent's So we got a turkey a Thanksgiving dinner from Paragon tapping table for four reasonably priced meet three signs and, uh, you know, a pie for dessert. Fantastic job from the folks of Paragon. All you had to do was was already cooked. Pick it up, bringing home reheated boom Servet perfect Thanksgiving meal. We had a great time and thank the folks of Paragon tapping table for doing that, because it allowed us to have a Thanksgiving meal without having all the mess to clean up afterwards, which is always appreciated. Let's dive into some beer news in Delaware President elect Joe Biden quite the fixture because obviously, you know he's lived there for a very long time was a senator from there. Most locals have a story of meeting him somewhere from ice cream shops, the town festivals. But for many, the train between Wilmington and Washington was where they were most likely to run into quote unquote Uncle Joe. Now the name sake, Brewery of the city that Joe calls home. Woman to brew works Commemorating this is daily commute with a new beer of its they have. It's a vintage train, poster artwork and a presidential hop forward posture again. I don't really care how you lean one way or the other politically. It's nice that a brewery in Delaware decided to do this for the president elect Woman's in a brew works rain car Warren is with the brewery is calling this double Delaware I P a promises to be historic. Um I'll find out more about the beer. Maybe we could get a sample to taste and again. I don't care about your political leanings one way or the other, Whether you to the left or to the right right now he's the president elect. Could that change? Possibly? We don't know. Do. I think it's going to change? No, but They did a beer after the president elect so kudos to them. Sounds kind of cool. Michigan's North Peak brewing, returning a beloved holiday release, which was inspired by a classic Seinfeld episode where George's father revives. Festivus for the rest of us. Great episode feats of strength. The pole was aluminum poles. Field poll with tinsel or whatever, or 10, not tensile aluminum foil. That's right, because you got distracted by tensile strength. On George's father found it very distracted. It's a holiday that he invented to replace Christmas. It's brewed with rye malt in Michigan, Chidduck and Cascade hops North Peak Blitzen, a 6.8% a BV winter warmer with a crisp spiciness and sturdy malt backbone. And then, um, tales of the abyss right. When that tells the abyss is actually the abyss, family and employees on since 1988 2 shoots brewery, returning one of the most widely recognized award winning beers. They released it every November. It's called two shoots the abyss. Appropriately enough. It is a massive 11.7%, a BV Imperial stout with a deep, dark, multi character layers of licorice, cherry bark and molasses flavors. It was aged this year in a blend of new oak, bourbon and wine barrels. Interesting stuff from the folks that shoots. I don't think I've had that before. The abyss have to look that up. If I've had that I don't I don't think that I've had that now.
"contracting cove" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Which traps any kind of viruses that you manage the suck in. So they re circulated increases the chance you're going to get ill. This is this is not unknown. I mean, well, look, I mean years. You know anybody that uses a CPAP machine? I don't I have friends that do it, and you see it on advertising all the time. The cleaner, you know, they talk about how filthy dirty Cpap machines are Every like If if a CPAP machine is something you've got to clean with regularity, what the world is a mask on your face. What's that been Kurtz? You see, No summer we can't look, We can't spend the night here. I mean, come on. If he's not an authority, nobody else We're just We've lost our minds that become a visible symbol of our compliance to these orders, and they allow people the spread fear. And people act as if you don't wear a mask. They think my God, this guy is almost certainly disease that if I love stand back from him, I'm gonna accept this thing. And I we've We've all lost our minds on this. Have you noticed Bill? How if people do catch coronavirus, it's now almost become like a scarlet letter like you didn't behave. He's a witch. Burn him kind of a thing. It's weird. Exactly exactly really, like, I don't know what I mean. What worries me is what worries me is there's a stigma with contracting Cove it now almost like you must not have behaved properly or something. Right? You're precisely right. It's become a matter of morality. It doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Uh, the flu is just as bad or worse at this point in time. Yes, the bug came it killed. A lot of people like name was a new virus that this is what happens when we get these things. Every tendon 20 years. It's absolutely happened. On. It was regular as clockwork, if you like, and now it's picking up in the winter as it always does, As all of these diseases do every winter. When we go inside the house is spread diseases amongst ourselves. It's just absurd to be reacting as we are now it Z the government. Your government in Pennsylvania and a lot of other government says Stephen Adopted zero. Tolerance policy on either death or infections. And I got everybody news for everybody. This is never going away ever, ever. This is going to be with us for everywhere. Like the fluid. The fluid fills up 650,000 people a year. The Who says yes, our health secretary just yesterday, in fact, finally admitted something I've been screaming all year. You know, everybody said Well when we get a vaccine when we get a vaccine, what would be able to return to normal when we get a vaccine and I kept saying, why does anybody think this this disease goes away? If there's a vaccine and sure enough, our health director said yesterday. This is not a cure, and we'll be wearing masks through 2021. Don't everybody get lethargic and lackadaisical about it just cause of vaccines on the way? And I thought, Well, that's exactly what we do. He's right. It's not a cure. We've had the flu vaccine for 50 years, so a little bit more and flew hasn't gone away every single week in America every single week for every year between five and 12% of all deaths. All of them are caused from fluid ammonia up until we have this Corona virus and the T. V. C. The CDC can't even tell them apart anymore..
Mayo Clinic: 905 staff diagnosed with COVID in past 2 weeks
"Report not having enough doctors and nurses to treat the surging numbers of covert 19 patients over 900 staff members of the Midwest Mayo Clinic system of contracted Cove in 19 in the past two weeks, a Mayo Clinic spokesman says about 1500 staff members currently have work restrictions related to the virus. Governor Greg Abbott is set to speak this
Inside the Vote: Atlanta's Election Process
"Have had a unique view of how things have been going in the state of Georgia, our miles. O'Brien continues to explore how the vote is being counted there. On the day after in Atlanta, Fulton County election workers were hard at work scanning and counting the last of the mail in ballots. They began the day with 45,000 left to go. They are among 200,000 untallied mail in ballots statewide. Secretary of State Brad Reference Burger is vowing to have the lion's share of it done by day's end. We're pushing really hard for that. If we can get that if we don't get it there, But we get the number so small that then there's no question of who, actually the winners. I think that would be helpful, really remove a lot of those questions that people might have George's election might garner the most improved award. Primary in June was a disaster. They rolled out a complex new voting system in the midst of the pandemic. It led to a meltdown and that was not the end of the trouble. In October, more than two dozen Fulton County election staffers contracted Cove it early voting was disrupted by Hurricane Zeta power outages and on election Eve. A moving company assigned to deliver voting machines backed out so early on Election day, Fulton County's election director Rick Baron came to work in the emergency operations Center, dreading a replay and at about 6 A.m.. He got word a pipe burst in the room where the mail in ballots are scanned. They were trying to assess whether any equipment was damaged, whether any ballots were damaged. They didn't find any damaged on any ballots, and I think they're going to be able to get the equipment running up and running. Now it led to a four hour delay. But once the in person voting began, their stars became uncrossed. Voters breeze through voting sites with barely a line in sight. Once we got past that whole opening about 30 to 40 minutes way, realized that all of our polls were open. I felt like the day was gonna go smooth way looked at June and we looked at everything that happened in June. The thing that I've said is that You can't be too timid to ask for help. As the focus turns to outstanding mail in votes here and elsewhere. Georgia has another bit of luck on its side. The state change the law to allow mail in ballot processing weeks in advance of November, 3rd. Unlike Wisconsin, Michigan get in Pennsylvania legally constrained toe wait until virtually the last minute. So now we are all on tenterhooks. Despite repeated warnings from election systems experts like Amber McReynolds of the National voted Home Institute. So in a census was a slow motion train wreck that you saw coming. Yeah, I mean, we we flagged this. We flagged this policy issue, And frankly, it's the fact that these three state legislative bodies refused to respond to the needs of election officials because it was election officials of all sides all party stripes that we're asking for this very technical change that would feed up the election results process. Election security experts say This is a particularly dangerous time. Potential adversaries can now home their attacks on the Tegra T of the voting system. University of Michigan Computer science professor Alex Halderman says this underscores the need for states to audit their results. We now have a target painted on the back of certain particular states that are going to be close and Miss Tripp in those states could take the form off, attacking the integrity off the paper ballots could take the form of attacking the computers that are going to be used to count them. What we need to do is wait for states to perform the necessary checks any post election audits and recounts and make sure that those checks are done accurately enough that we can all have confidence in the results. In the meantime, Professor Hartman will be watching closely to see if any hackers attempt to get in the middle of this process and cause mischief. So far, the federal agency which is assigned to track all of this, since there's no evidence of any threats, domestic or foreign to the process that have affected any votes. Meanwhile, behind me live pictures here at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta as Fulton County election workers get through A pile of about 38,000 ballots and counting. They say they will be counting here tonight until they finish statewide. They're promising. It will all be done by tomorrow. But in other places the weight could take longer. They may take more time that we have patients, Judy So, Brian in Atlanta, where you been now for several days, and this is the kind of reporting that is so important at a moment like this miles. Thank you very much
"contracting cove" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Go Wednesday morning at 97.1, Wash. FM Tilbian chilly in the morning time for another look at top stories. Fairfax County's Board of Elections decided to extend the early voting hours for tomorrow and Friday, so that's going to give voters the opportunity to cast their ballots at 13 early voting sites. From 11 A.m. to 7 p.m. instead of 1 P.m. to 7 P.m. by the way, Virginia's Ah, Early voting will end this Saturday at five o'clock. A recent poll is revealing Marylanders. They're split on virtual learning, and they're afraid of contracting Cove in 19 statewide, 64% said. They're worried about becoming seriously ill from the virus. Colleges, universities and medical schools in Virginia will soon get additional funding to help with everyday essentials. Governor Ralph Northam announced that $116 million in cares Act. Funding will be used for things like purchasing pp. Coben 19 testing for students and staff and also to support distance learning programs. Halloween will see a very rare full moon this year. It will be visible across the U. S on Saturday, something that hasn't happened since 1944. And won't happen again until 2039 kids begging for a puppy. It's nothing new. In fact, according to research starting around the age of six, the average child will beg their parents for a dog about 11 times a month. About 1600 times before they turn 18 well this year that persistence may pay off because a third of parents said they are planning to get their child of puppy this holiday season forecast for today. Cloudy skies highs around 75 right now it's 63 degrees in Woodbridge, and that's the news that we call Toby until he's top stories Next. Your shot at a $50 Roy Rogers gift card with our nearly impossible question. If you want to play text wash, pick me 237337. Answer the question correctly, and you could win this in minutes with Toby and chilly in the morning. 97.1 Wash. FM, least obeyed in traffic..
Why The 'Kevin Bacon' Factor Is Key To Understanding How COVID Spread In Nursing Homes
"In March, when the corona virus began racing through nursing homes. The federal government banned visitors. But Corona virus infections kept spreading. Professor Keith Chen tried to figure out why the people who we can infer work in this nursing home what other nursing homes do they work at Chen Study used anonymous cell phone data to help see the movements of people into and out of nursing homes. The data showed a lot of nursing home workers are like Martha working at more than one when you learned that over 20 of your workers are also spending time in other nursing homes, that should be a real red flag. Chen and his team found that on average, each nursing home is connected to seven other nursing homes. I also found the more shared workers. A nursing home had the more cove in 19 infections among the patients. Professor ELISA Long also worked on the study. There are some facilities In Florida in New Jersey, where they're sharing upwards of 50 to 100 workers again. This is over on 11 Week time period, but that's a huge number of individuals that are moving between these facilities. All of these are potential sources of coded transmission. The California Association of Health Facilities represents most nursing homes in the state. In response to the study, the group said they can't prevent workers like Martha Ta Pia from taking jobs elsewhere, and they can't pay them more because California doesn't pay them enough through Medicaid. But Mike Dark doesn't buy that argument. He's an attorney that works on nursing home reform. And he says the state already tried paying nursing homes more in 2006, that money tends to go into the pockets of the executives and the administrators who run these places. Instead, he says, regulators need to focus on the basics, especially in the roughly 100, California nursing homes with ongoing outbreaks. Right now there's poor access to peopie. There is still erratic. Compliance with things like hand washing requirements, and it's not just patients who are at risk. Nursing home workers like Martha Ta Pia are also contracting Cove in 19 in California alone. 152 of them have died since the pandemic began. For NPR News. I'm Jackie 40, a in Los
"contracting cove" Discussed on KTOK
"Fox News America is watching. Democrats score some points in Pennsylvania when it comes to mail in voting as court fights over mail in voting rules continue around the country. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court makes a unanimous decision that county's cannot reject ballots just because of voters Signature doesn't match what's on their registration form. It's a victory for Pennsylvania's Democratic secretary of state, who argued that rejecting ballots based on signature comparisons Poses a grave risk of disenfranchising voters with no chance for the voter to verify it is their signature before the ballot is disqualified. Fox is Lisa Brady. The Trump campaign had argued that voter signatures must be compared Another setback for the Trump campaign. In Texas A Texas state appeals court sided with a lower court judge saying the governor of Texas cannot limit each county to one drop box for mail in ballots. The lower court judge had said it could increase voters chances of contracting Cove it and unreasonably burden is their right to vote. The three judge panel on the state appeals court agreed. It is not totally clear, though, what the ruling means now as a federal appeals court has sided with the governor on the one ballot Dropbox rule per county. Faxes. Jessica Rosenthal, Texas hasn't gone to a Democratic presidential candidate in more than 40 years, but this year it could be in play. Don't look now the murder Hornets or back. Scientists believe they found a nest of these Asian giant Hornets in Washington state run up near the Canadian border. They're planning to destroy the nest on Friday, but poor weather changed that. This insect is the largest hornet, known on earth two inches long have been known to kill entire hives of honey bees and condolence, painful things to humans. That makes him an invasive species that could threaten entire habitats. Researchers found this nest by trapping two of the Hornets, attaching a tracking device using dental floss and following the Hornets back to the nest,.
"contracting cove" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Democrats score some points in Pennsylvania when it comes to mail in voting as court fights over mail in voting rules continue around the country. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court makes a unanimous decision that county's cannot reject ballots just because of voters Signature doesn't match what's on their registration form. It's a victory for Pennsylvania's Democratic secretary of state, who argued that rejecting ballots based on signature comparisons Poses a grave risk of disenfranchising voters with no chance for the voter to verify it is their signature before the ballot is disqualified faxes Lisa Brady, the Trump campaign had argued that voter signatures must be compared Another setback for the Trump campaign. In Texas. A Texas state appeals court sided with a lower court judge, saying the governor of Texas cannot limit each county toe one drop box for mail in ballots. The lower court judge had said it could increase voters chances of contracting Cove it and unreasonably burdens their right to vote. The three judge panel on the state appeals court agreed. It is not totally clear, though, what the ruling means now as a federal appeals court has sided with the governor on the one ballot Dropbox rule per county. Faxes. Jessica Rosenthal, Texas hasn't gone to a Democratic presidential candidate in more than 40 years, but this year it could be in play. Don't look now the murder Hornets or back. Scientists believe they found a nest of these Asian giant Hornets in Washington state run up near the Canadian border. They're planning to destroy the nest on Friday, but poor weather changed that. This insect is the largest hornet, known on earth two inches long, have been known to kill entire hides of honey bees and Kendall over painful things that humans that makes him an invasive species that could threaten entire habitats. Researchers found this nest by trapping two of the Hornets, attaching a tracking device using dental floss and following the Hornets back to the nest,.
She spent a night in the ER with COVID-19. She’s still running the Washington DC Marine Corps Marathon
"Corps Marathon always has runners who have overcome all kinds of difficulties in this year's race will feature one who's still recovering from the Corona virus. This will be the third year in a row that 35 year old Melissa Sullivan runs the Marine Corps Marathon. I began running room marathon in 2018 to honor a friend who was killed in Afghanistan. Sergeant Bill Care. When the Rays with virtual this year because of the pandemic, it wasn't going to stop the DuPont Circle resident from running, but the pandemic has slowed her down. I Contracted Cove it in August. She has no idea how she got it, but says she was taking all the proper precautions. I was not able to get out of bed for almost a month. Without immediately. Feelings is the vertigo nausea. In fact, she spent one night in the E. R by herself. It was scary going through that experience alone, and thankfully, it was not as bad as it could have been losing a month of training When you're in marathon training makes running a race like this all the more harder in her original goal of setting a new personal Record is out the window now and not just because the virus still impacts her stamina. Two months later, the crowds that typically line the course matter to its those community members in the Marines, that everyone that's there on the streets cheering you on that really make you push through. To the finish. She's also going to run to show that in the end, we can overcome the pandemic in the really harm that it's caused it and it might take longer than you expected. But it's possible to get back to where you were before. Sullivan is back at work now, and she continues to train for the race. She recently donated plasma again, and when she runs this Sunday, the day of the race would have normally run. After all, she's been through thinking about it all has her feeling good again. Who knows? After this? Maybe The antibodies will give you some superpowers or something. One day that you know is you know his hope. John Doman W T O be news.
Palestinian official Erekat in Israel hospital
"The top Palestinian peace negotiator is hospitalized in Israel a week after testing positive for the corona virus. NPR's Daniel Estrin has details from Jerusalem Palestinian officials say cyb Eric Hot has been transferred from his home in the West Bank to an Israeli hospital they say his condition requires hospitalization because he contracted cove in nineteen and has chronic respiratory difficulties he had a lung transplant three years ago Eric Hot helped lead all the major Israeli Palestinian peace negotiations since the Nineteen Ninety S.
"contracting cove" Discussed on 710 WOR
"At six o'clock. Good morning. I'm Paul into Castro. A man is in custody after a standoff in Hoboken lasting several hours Friday afternoon. It happened on Garden Street near Seventh Street after police received calls reporting a possible endangered family inside the residence. Neighbor, Timothy Tierney, describing the scene Cops in their tactical gear start showing up with bullet proof vests and helmets and 14. Shingen's started becoming pretty intense. Hoboken chief of police Can Ferrante says it took several hours for negotiators to safely get a five year old boy out of the house and arrest his 41 year old father for second degree child endangerment. There were no injuries. And the boy is now with his mother. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie regrets not wearing a mask at a White House event before Contracting Cove in 19, he's tells ABC is good morning America was a mistake. You know, I I was led to believe that you know all the people that I was interacting with at the White House. Have been tested, and it gave you a false sense of security and it was a mistake, but I let my guard them and it costs me in a significant way. Kristie spends a week in Mars Town Medical Center in the I C U before fully recovering from the virus. The Republicans said he should have worn a mask at a White House event last month, as well as during the bait prep with President Trump. Christy is now urging all Americans to wear masks in public. His successor, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, says he's focused on avoiding a so called second wave of Cove in 19. As well as restoring the state's economy. Governor, Murphy was asked what keeps him up at night as the ongoing pandemic continues. During a summit with the Milken Institute, he admitted it's a two part focus. Keeping cases down as cold weather and the holidays approach and the economy the folks who haven't had covered but have nonetheless suffered, especially those who are unemployed or small business owners. Murphy mentioned going forward, he'd like to see more federal funding for some of New Jersey's leading universities so as to expand virus research in general. James Flippen W O R News So Long Island of Suffolk County Man is facing charges for allegedly submitting to absentee ballots for his dead mother. Wayne Tap of water mill is scheduled to be arraigned in early November on voter fraud related charges. Authorities say the Suffolk's board of elections got two applications in the mail for Lucille Tap of Komac, and it showed her signature from early September. The state Health Department recorded or death back in June. Now, authorities say a forensic analysis of the mother's application compared to the two other applications that Wayne sent in show they were all filled out. By Wayne. I'm Scott Pringle W. Argues. The vast majority of Americans say they're concerned about the impact of the Corona virus on the nation's economy. A new survey commissioned by the American Hotel and Lodging Association finds 90% of registered voters. Oh leave. Congress should stay in session until a stimulus package has passed. The survey finds 48% of voters, saying the pandemic is the most important issue for Congress to focus on right now, while 23% say the economy and jobs should be the top priority, and only 5% Say that the Supreme Court vacancy should be the.
Remdesivir Fails to Prevent Covid-19 Deaths in Huge Trial
"It comes to preventing Corona virus deaths. A large multi national clinical trial shows one treatment. Rendez severe doesn't work. CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas. My God is it will still be continued to be used in many patients until we have something significantly better, but it's a very important study to realize that this drug is not dramatic in terms of treating covert 90 Grand desert here is one Of the drugs President Trump took after he contracted Cove it
University Of Chicago’s Booth School Of Business Going Remote After Students Attend Party, Test Positive For COVID-19
"The University of Chicago Booth School of Business will begin attending classes remotely after a covert 19 outbreak. W G and Eric Running has that we do not know an exact number of how many students have cove in 19, but we do know more than 100 are now under quarantine after the school says. Some business students broke the rules and threw a party students came back to the University of Chicago. They agreed to wear masks get tested in practice social distancing within the last week, however, the school says a group of MBA students violated those rules. Some got sick and put their classmates at risk. For Contracting Cove in 19 University hopes to get thean person learning back By October, 28th. A
"contracting cove" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"If this game has moved play three times this season, all In the back half of the season. It's you know, not having Nick Saban Saturday. It will feel weird to see Steve Sark easy and run the team out to play Georgia that would be dead troops would feel so weird, but Stark is the play call or something. Greg McElroy, who joined us earlier, the national championship winning quarterback for Alabama, said. He's 46 35 at Washington and USC. But it's a second stint at Alabama. He's calling the plays. It's an offensive sport. Mack Jones or quarterback is playing well, if there is such a thing as we talked about this if you lose, Doc, you get Andy Dalton. Did you have a serviceable person there? This Seems like quote unquote. The best case scenario. Have a guy that season and has been a head cold here, but it is totally different, much like Greg McElroy said. In game adjustments. When do we go for the onside kick? When do we do? Two points? Nick Saban wouldn't do that, like Nick Saving wouldn't go for two points unnecessarily. Where Sark might or Nick Saban may not call a flea flicker backed up with his back against his old gold poles. To use our keys. He might, but with Nick Saban in his ears screaming at him, I'm telling you don't do that. It's a different It's a different feel are saying, Hey, I want J will in the game right now. Sark may not Understand that. And and so from a defense standpoint the same thing. Nick Saban wants to do things defensively. The defensive coordinator has to bounce it off a nick Now how does that communication go now? With Nick somewhere else and not on the sidelines. You're really good at giving teases. I'm going to give one something we should talk about a new it in another segment, so we're featuring unprecedented times right now in sports With all these different coaches, all these different teams that are contracting Cove, it teams missing games. Why can't we let a coach coach from home for his team are being communication with his team on the sideline? Why not? Do you think that was a T's Okay? Easy. When we got a break, we'll pay it off well paid off radio terminology. It's a great point. It's a great point. We could do everything with technology in 2020 boxes me after the show, and I will help you with the teeth. OK, I get better on it at the work on it. The star best in which you've been on the way to of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history bar, none are playing this weekend. The wiser. Been such little chatter about it. We'll talk about it after two t s O. That tease is so much better than mine. So much very professional. There's no better place to get in all the football action,.
A tale of two town halls
"With former Vice President Joe Biden. The organizer's made it a virtual town hall for safety after the president contracted Cove. It The president refused to do that. So Biden agreed to hold a town hall alone on ABC. Then the president scheduled his own town hall event on NBC for the same time. If you'd like. You could do like New Year's Day when my family used to set up multiple TVs to watch all the simultaneous bowl games. Now away from the TV screens, the Biden campaign said. Another fundraising record, along with the Democratic Party has collected
"contracting cove" Discussed on KCRW
"When President Trump pulled out of a second presidential debate scheduled for tomorrow night over demands he participate. Virtually ABC quickly stepped in to fill the void. ABC announced it would hold a town hall with the president's opponent, former vice president Joe Biden. Tomorrow night. That is when the debate was scheduled to occur. Today, NBC announced it would stage its own town hall with Trump on the same date tomorrow and starting at precisely the same time 8 P.m. Eastern. The duel of the network town halls is on and NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik joins us to help make sense of it all. Hey, David pales. So why would NBC news make a decision like this in the first place? Like, how are they explaining it right now? Well, they've point to the obvious, they say, Look, there was a huge hole in the president's schedule. There's huge interest in what the president has to say. After all, there's there's an election coming up in not so many days, and they say they've solved the they think, or at least addressed the question of the health concerns. After all, the debate was blown up when the President Contracting Cove in 19 and refused the debate commission's especially its assistance that he participate virtually, he said, no dice Biden quickly went in with ABC as you mentioned well, here's Trump coming back, and he says Why This is a perfect evening for us to do it, NBC says. This's when we could make it happen, complicated for the stars to align to get him on the air. But NBC is getting some blowback for its decision, right? Yeah. I mean, what you're essentially doing is you know what should be offering the public an opportunity to see the other candidate that is Vice President Biden's on ABC. Let's find a time for President Trump to do it. You're making people choose and you know, symbolically what Trump did in the first debate. Was steamroll Biden. He essentially talked over him almost incessantly all the time in a metaphoric way. That's exactly what's happening here at Trump again is trying to talk over Joe Biden this time on a different network. In fact, there are sources of the campaign talking to the Daily Beast who the daily Beast reports are saying that the president wants exactly this. He's looked at NBC. He looks at a network that has sister networks that it can also run on. Consider CNBC MSNBC other ways of getting it, he says. You know, if I take all those together, I'm going to beat Biden's ratings and I'm going to smash his face in to do it, Which is, you know, essentially ratings driven outlook, which reflects trumps time on TV. Not coincidentally, the successes he had on TV were initially with the Apprentice on ABC. Excuse me on NBC itself, Right? Well, then where does this leave all of us like the viewers? The voters like, What are we supposed to tune into tomorrow night? Well, it's a funny footnote of history. If I'm not mistaken NBC and ABC, where at one point called the red and blue networks and people, viewers who wantto think about looking at the presidential candidates tomorrow evening will have to choose Red and NBC and President Trump or Blue and ABC and former vice President Joe Biden. If they want to watch it live now you can watch it on various streaming offered offerings from NBC, but think about it. NBC News is the prestige element of NBC and the presidential coverage is supposed to be the prestige element of NBC news and hear instead of what should be a public service. What had been a debate and is now supposed to be these two town halls they're making you make programming choices counterprogramming against one of their top rivals, a commercial choice in some ways, even if they don't profit from it. A branding one rather than the public service. We might expect that is NPR media correspondent David.
"contracting cove" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Today and runs through the 30th of October, But officials in California are asking people to stop sanitizing their mail in ballots. They say the ballots were processed by machines several weeks ago. So quote voters do not have to worry about contracting Cove it from their balance. And I'm pretty sure it's probably clogging up the counting machine with all the sanitizer on it. And ever since the pandemic started, you know what we're lacking. Can't tell who voted for what exactly you want. So smudge. Yeah, but at least is it's sanitized when this pandemic started, you know the concerts and live venues just shut down everywhere. Well, we're heading towards the holiday season in the Nutcracker. All the performances. The Nutcracker getting cancelled all over the country because of the pandemic, which yet another huge blow two dancers and performance venues. Both have already seen a brutal year now, according to reports, the pandemic cost the arts and entertainment is industry An estimated 1.4 million jobs and get this They've lost 42 a half billion dollars since the pandemic started by not having shows and not having the ticket revenue that they normally get. And I was just talking to our technical director David Taylor, otherwise known as Dave 02 years ago, on this date, he was in Austin and a C L watching Metallica. And where? I don't know when that's going to come back. I don't know if we'll and put it this way. If somebody came out, said there was a concert was gonna happen this weekend. I don't know if I'm ready to go back yet. I don't know if I'm ready to go in a football game yet. I don't know if I'm ready to go to a baseball game. I don't know what my comfort level would be there. I mean, I would do everything I possibly could to protect myself, But I don't know how comfortable I would be, and I don't know how the enjoyment factor would come out of that right. It's just it's this this whole year. I've said it before, and I'll say it again. 2020 needs to be a do over because it's just been a lousy lousy year. And with the election going on, and everything that's happened with the unrest, and it's just been one of those Things that will never forget. I guarantee you will be talking about this year for many years to come. And with all that's going on in the pandemic, you know, schoolteacher's doing a lot of remote teaching. Well, they're too high school teachers in California are getting Ah, well, they're placed on leave right now. They're getting a lot of grief because they forgot to turn off their video after remote learning session and they were caught on camera. Criticizing some of their students and one student actually recorded it on played it back for you before the school and now they're both placed on leave, and they had some very bad things to say. And one of the things that got me was when they said that these kids are not his technology technologically advance is they think they are and turned it into their It's it's every day. There's always something. It's always something and and the most common thing is. When people do zoom calls, they forget down mute themselves. Oh, yeah, but always that's the most common thing that happens lately. What I've seen on a couple of calls, and people don't realize there's a mere behind. You go. Oh, they need to put some pants on you. It's just It's wild and wacky stuff. Can't make this or or somebody walks in behind. Not knowing they're on a call. That's great. Oh, yeah, I like that. Like that. And the dog, The whole dog thing, the dogs and cats, I swear. You know, there's some folks I had no idea that some folks who work with us must have They must work in this live with Su. Ah, I love it and see how well discipline there. Mammals really are right. God. All right, Coming up. Freddy Krueger sneakers for Halloween..
"contracting cove" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's too I'm Marco Woman. You're with the world that Donald Trump will think. Yes, National Donald Trump American Donald Trump. And now Hawass, who in Spanish, Russian, Arabic and Japanese, the whole world is talking. About the president of the United States Contracting Cove in 19. The global implications of this news are huge, and we'll get to some of that in today's program. Let's remember that President Trump is not the first world leader to test positive for the Corona virus. So have the presidents of Guatemala, Bolivia, Belarus and Honduras Back in March, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also tested positive on the advice of the chief medical officer. I Taken a test that has come out positive. So I am working from the home. I'm so isolating on DH. That's entirely the right thing to do. In July, Brazil's president, gyroball so narrow, also got sick. Sara told reporters that he felt absolutely fine. He even took off his mask so that reporters could see his face. Trump Johnson and Bolson Roo all share something in common. They downplay the severity of the virus. Johnson changed his tune after spending a week in the hospital, including in the I C U Bolson Arrow, though, did not change his thinking. It continued greeting people shaking hands and gathering in crowds. How the Corona virus impacts President Trump and changes his attitude or not, that will have to wait and see. Since Johnson fell ill and was hospitalized earlier this year. Doctors have learned a lot more about the disease. The worlds Alana Gordon covers global health of the show. Could that be good news for President Trump? Alana Markos? You're saying doctors have learned a lot, and that could be good news. First of all, they've learned a lot about covert itself. It's not a simple respiratory disease. It could cause problems in the brain and blood. It can affect different organs in the body. Andi can lead to a long term long kidney heart complications. And so scientists are still trying to figure out why some people get sick. Others don't but they have a better sense of who's most at risk. And so that's people who are older who have certain kinds of health. She's already like cancer, Part problems, Type two diabetes, obesity. And health inequities. They also play a role right? What about treatment? Has that changed? As it evolved? It really has. So around the Globe researchers have set up trials to understand from the gecko. What drugs and treatments may help. There's been a lot of coordination, and they want to figure out like what helps prevent the virus from replicating or from what prevents the body from overreacting from inflammation. And that could take a whole long time to figure out But in places like the US, the UK and others they are approving certain drugs for emergencies that have seen positive early science for treating patients. So what can someone who's got covered 19 get now for treatment. Okay, so one of the big drugs Dixon Method zone. It's a steroid went through this really big trial in the U. K called the recovery trial, Scientists found that for really sick patients, especially those in ventilators, reduce mortality by about a third. Is also run death. Severe Thiss one focuses on reducing how the virus replicates in the body and a big N I H study in the U. S. Found that it was spent at recovery time for some really sick patients who were in the hospital. One of the big challenges with severe is there's a big shortage of it. He's also plasma therapy. This is experimental, but it's been approved in the U. S. For like emergency authorization where patients get infused with blood from recovered patients. There's preliminary studies that found it helped reduce mortality, but You know, the World Health Organization's chief scientist says the data is inconclusive of low quality. There's also drugs that have been dropped because of lack of evidence that could help patients and could even cause heart problems. And that one is hydroxy Cora Quinn. Right, And we know Donald Trump said he was taking that at one point as a preventive measure. Yeah, and I mean, even going a step further when thinking about treatments during a pandemic, there's a common pattern throughout history. Of the rise of like so called snake oil salesmen to remote, unproven cures and treatments. Again. There's no proven treatment for Corona virus for Cove in 19, so it's a fine balance. And you know, one example in Peru is that people? Some people have been turning to taking an injectable, anti parasitic drug that at a level that's meant for animals, and that's causing A lot of problems. Wow, it sounds like the studies are still ongoing and still lots to learn. There is, but I feel like I'm burying something, Marco, and that's when it comes to how doctors air learning from each other in treating recovery, and like the supportive care that's going on. Mortality rates have gone down a lot. Since the early days of the pandemic, the CDC now has it, you know, at least below 10% in the U. S. That's for a lot of reasons. But again, you know we've seen Is that with these like early pre prints that come out for studies and threw like zoom chats and WhatsApp doctors air are learning a lot from each other about thes best practices. Where exactly have you seen this kind of information sharing? One example is from Northern Italy. They got hit so hard as you remember early on with Cove in 19 and the doctors there, they started to realize that maybe it's not such a good idea to put people on ventilators so fast on day started doing more oxygen treatment, figuring out what levels to give their sharing this with people around the globe. They also looked at other practices like Pro name, which is when you put people on your stomachs to help with breathing. Yeah, And so Kobe can really damage the lungs. But ventilators can also bring a lot of complications like in the heart and the lungs and the throat so that those lessons from ventilators from Italy that's been adopted elsewhere. Fellas we clearly saw this week The story continues to evolve and will continue to check back in with you for all the updates. Alana Gordon there on the global health beat for the world. Thank you very much. Thanks. As we heard a moment ago. President Trump is hardly the first world leader to contract the Corona virus. Let's return to the case of British Prime Minister bars Johnson, not long after being released from the hospital, he said. This Today Left hospital after a week in which the HSE has saved my life. No question the tests the National Health Service the way he's managed his country's response of the disease even after contracting it. Remains controversial. And Miguel Voice host of the economists asks podcast from our friends at economists Radio in London. How things change and we were set to speak with you about this week's episode of the comments asks in.
"contracting cove" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"That's what a woman work over the Kevin Show. 1.5 Bone Friday. Just sit here. I'm noticing. They're having a presidential town hall with Joe Biden tonight, there in Mu Sic Pennsylvania never heard of that place, but they're doing a socially distant town hall. Which it looks like there's a bunch of cars parked in front of a stage spaced out in the middle of a field. I don't get the point of the presentation. Uh, How so? Well, we just kind of need to ask the joke of the questions doesn't necessarily matter to me that we're doing. It's socially distance where people driving up in their cars it more seems like something where CNN goes. Oh, this would be a cool way to present this. But you know, and then there's people like standing on podiums, and there's families to go. You got to kind of look at it really quick. I guess. Yeah, they're on TV, so they have to have a presentation. But may I don't really care about that. I just want the questions as I'm not impressed with the presentation. We have kind of like pressing issues. One lady, I just read the things she said. What plan? She's asking. Joe Biden. What plan? Do you have to keep us from Contracting Cove? It 19 at the workplace. And man I wanted to say And I don't have a plan for that. Nobody's gonna plan for that. Don't get sick. S plan. I mean, there's not an answer for everything. You know, I mean, it's not. You don't got to say this The perfect thing. It's not going to make you any safer at work right? And and that's and that was the point of the call, and I want to say his name was Chris and I got what he was saying. But this is the day they're Yeah, There's no 100%. There's don't answer for everything There is going to be some backtracking. There's going to be some corrective. Some amendment that doesn't mean Death. The entire the the that the entire hypothesis, right? The entire solution is wrong, but it's just people like Chris. Go ahead. Chris wanted to go back You go. What Doctors used to let they support leeches on people have suck blood out of my way. Okay, when they don't do that anymore, And this is what I find Funny. These are the same people that we go on. Andi, I agree. We both agree you don't de funding the police selling that is dicks. And they go. What if you defund the police? They're the first people we have to go to if something goes wrong well, so now you want us to disbelieve the doctors when guess what's gonna happen When you get sick, You're going to go to a doctor, so keep the same energy can't even want the police to believe to believe the doctors. I can't even say what I want to say about the police because I have to cite a pole and people don't believe polls, but what I wanted to say Is that The people that are running with that whole defund the police. The polls have shown by and large that black communities don't want the police defunded. They don't know they want. Well. Well. Those are the people that a disproportionately not served by the police. It's not that they don't want it. They want the bad police out and they want a good police to help get the bad police out of the neighborhood. They want better police and I don't want to be targeted. They want justice, wors well, or charity or pear head parity. I was like we want less situations. The to be in a situation to get justice, you know, not only but correct. But what I'm saying is that that's not the narrative painted, and I hate the narrative that Okay. I hate the narrative that I could want to vote for Biden. I could also be a big supporter of the military and the police. And Colin Kaepernick. Who, by the way, set some sort of record with Nike. They'd let out of Special jersey and they said it was gone. In minutes. The jersey was $150 and that is self over $500 on the Internet. So at least see? Ah, Nike wins right? Well, I'm sure caps giving a piece of it. Well, yeah, but I mean, A lot of commotion going on over all of that couple. Nice jerseys. I don't I don't know, man. I don't know what I'm saying. I guess what I'm saying is that Um I think we need to have a better process. In general, and I don't ever see. I don't see a new process coming about how we elect people or heaven. And when I say that I mean another option, or if you have issues with the Electoral college, and I like all of those things. I don't see anything like that getting fixed until something gets it has to get broken. And even four more years of Trump won't break that. We're locked into this to yes, to party and and what? What? We don't see you notice the middle, at least in conversation. The middle is hard to find. Now The middle is getting Further and you know they like their sides, like hard core side is sometimes I think those hard core sides like the people that are in the street doing all the rabble rousing like Sometimes I think that they don't have anything to do with the actual election is just what the people who are gonna vote. Look at exactly All right, but, um, but with that being, said, man, I just don't think it's broken. It's going to get broken enough for there to be another viable option. For anybody..
"contracting cove" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Primarily, so how is that affecting where people can shelter and their overall health? In terms of where they can shelter up until these mega fires that are occurring right now, the Red Cross, which runs a lot of shelters, had been putting people up in hotels. What we're starting to see on this on this mega fire on these two mega fires actually are that people are actually camping out in tents at some shelters. People are staying in their cars. There are some, you know, shelters are implementing social distancing, but it also seems that people are trying to do that on their own. It's difficult when you have an entire region on fire where you cannot escape the smoke. You cannot escape the wildfires. Because you don't have the option to go to a friend's house or family's house. Like I mentioned Island. A lot of those people also went to friend's and family's houses, toe hunker down, and that's what you see on a lot of smaller fires. When I say smaller, I'm really thinking something under 50,000 acres, which is absolutely absurd, because that is also a huge fire. I mean, I don't know any other way to put into context. Just how devastating the large these fires are. And then there's the large sun records so people are doing what they can and And in terms of respiratory stuff. I've been talking to a lot of While scientists about wildfire smoke inhalation. I haven't seen any sort of direct correlation between inhalation and increased risk of contracting Cove it but there have been some that idea has been floated, and it's being looked at as a potential risk. But you wildfire smoke is unbelievably toxic. And if you have cove it or are, you know possibly, I don't know. If you catch covert and you've been inhaling massive amounts of wildfire smoke. I can imagine. I imagine there's probably consensus on this that urine knock it shape. What about the people who are fighting these fires? We know that California in particular relies a lot on inmates to fight fires on DH there as I mentioned earlier, there's some people who have the resource is to hire their own private. Firefighters. So what does that look like? In terms of the folks who are actually battling these fires? Yeah. I mean, the vast majority of people cannot afford private. Private firefighters in California. I mean, I know we we certainly can't we had to evacuate last year. Ah, and you know for the public force. You know the force that's available to everyone. It's absolutely maxed out. Even before these fires hit. I was talking to some caliph I riverside folks. And they were saying that they're people already had burn out because this is such an active fire season already, and and they're also dealing with covert and going out on calls dealing with Kobe it and they do a lot of 911 calls, even though the state fire agency and You know that is really concerning for them. I mean, 14 hours on today, 14 days on two days off is usually their schedule. And when you have fires this early, I mean, it's not even peak fire season. We're approaching Santa Ana season and when you get these wind driven fires, it's going to be absolutely devastating again because it's been so dry. And if you're already seeing burnout amongst those firefighters, and you could just imagine by the time October, November December If rains come along at all, I mean, we could be burning into into winter, which which happened in 2017 with the Thomas Fire wasn't extinguished until January. We've got about a minute left, but I'm just curious. What does California need right now? From Gavin Newsom? It is California need from Gavin Newsom. Sorry us. Yeah, Yeah. In this in the midst of all this is the governor doing enough? We've got a 55 seconds to go. That's a really good question, And I think there are probably better policy people to answer that. I think that he's reaching out for to a lot of places for more resource is but nationally, we're stressed when it comes to firefighting resources. And You know, we'll wait until Australia gets here to help us. Fight the Firas. Well, Jacob Margolis, Science reporter at KPCC covering disasters in California. Thanks so much. Thank you. We want to hear from Californians. How are you dealing with fires and planning for them? 8778. My take is our number. It's the takeaway..
"contracting cove" Discussed on KOMO
"Rooftop looking for the gunman. The most chilling part for them was hearing the shot and then realizing at one point in the office in the evening that an officer did not make it. We heard calling Chaplin on the police scanner. We knew we knew life had been lost, and I think it was most moving is after the ambulance drove away all the fire and the mess just stood like silent. Just like just stood facing the direction of the ambulance man arrested. They did find him. Hiding on a rooftop in business is an old town section of baffle. The gunmen got wedged between two buildings. And that's how police were able to apprehend him without any incident. Man taken into custody will most likely make his first court appearance Wednesday. Covert 19 is credited with fueling a big jump in people switching to contact free payment technology when they pay in person. Almost county tops and helps you prepare for the push for more of us to tap and go If you have an orca car to ride public transit, you're already a contactless customer. But payment professional, say concerns about contracting Cove it by touching high use surfaces. Catapulted contactless payments into higher demand for other uses. According to Visa 25 million Americans use contactless devices back in November. That jumped to 31 million people in March. Now more banks are promoting tap and go as a convenient, secure way to pay. And so we ask customers to look for the little icon that shows the contact list is available. It looks like a little sideways WiFi icon and When customers see that bacon bacon hover there contactless card over that that terminal or they can also use their wallets if they have their cars loaded and Watson's very soon wallets, of course, referring to digital wallets that you load with special tap and go APS in your smartphone money, experts say the contactless technology is just as secure. As the chip technology is.
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"Island becomes a reality. Well, I guess it's already a reality. But there will actually be fights there, and it's actually Gosh! Maybe one of the best certainly form in my opinion, the best card they've had since they've come back the UFC But really good card. A lot of big names. And then, of course, the main event of the evening is a fight that Probably should have been on the card anyway. What We ended up plucking out, I suppose. With Moscow it all being put in against Guzman. So I wantto talk a little UFC 2 51 Maybe Look at some of these potential wagers and get Ah Someone who used to frequent this show. It needs to come on on Maura, and that's on me. Scott Kanevsky joins me now, Scott. Good to catch up, man. How are you? I feel like a first time long time been awhile. It has been a long time. And how are you? How's the family? How's everything going doing well, and I appreciate you having me on thinking about me and things were going well, and things are only gonna get better tomorrow night. Yeah, absolutely. Did you laugh at Dana White when he said when he first brought up Fight Island? Yes. And no. Because you know you crazy enough that he was probably speaking the truth. You figured, you know, maybe he has something going and he's crazy enough and has the money the backing toe pull something off like that, And sure enough, here we are. I mentioned at the beginning How good this card in is and it's not just mustered all versus Guzman by it. Man. Did we luck out? Right? I mean, my you know, I feel bad for the dude who had to pull out and it doesn't get a fight Guzman tomorrow but as a card, it's so much better now that master dolls on it, don't you think? Agreed. Gilbert Burn, We'll get another shot at some point. I mean, hopefully next in line for whoever wins tomorrow night. But this is a fight Everybody wanted. You know, already. Mas Vidal inducement aren't exactly the best of friends. They've been talking for a while. They had that the altercation back in the states. It was Super Bowl on radio row. So this is something everyone's been wanting to see. And now with Byrnes Contracting Cove it we're going to get it on. I think that's just made a already really intriguing AA fight cars that much better. Now I got burned by Justin GHT because I was all in on Tony Ferguson in that fight like it's not gonna happen. It's not gonna happen twice, right? I mean hospital is not gonna win. This thing is he Okay. From a mm a standpoint, I have to say no. And I would agree with you. But if you're going to talk, betting going all in and you've seen what's happened over the last 24 36 hours. Money is just money and tickets are pouring in on Mas Vidal. He's he's gone from about a plus 2 25 plus 35 to a plus 1 85 last I saw earlier today. I believe there would be MGM believe put out there that they're taken 81 ticket being booked for Mas Vidal. And you know, you know what they say. You gotta follow the money. So it just Somebody knows something, or is it just It's obviously not just big bets that are coming in on Mas Vidal, but there's no number of that's coming on him. And that just makes you wonder if someone I'll be just like you know where agree like you. It was all set up for Tony Tow. Go in there and handle him and take him to the ground and didn't but You know, maybe he'll learn from that. Now. What's what's mobs but all going to be able to do to be Guzman. That's the big question. You know, he's better on the feet, obviously, but you know who's going to try and take him down and out wrestling? So How? How does Ma's little battle that and managed to Ah, toe? Hold him off? I don't know. I think I'm right there with you. And I just looked at Fanduel and they have mustered all that plus 200 right now. So even though that's a little bit longer odds, then maybe MGM has that still down as you said Scott from 2 25 or something like that just a couple of days ago, and I guess oh, so let me ask you this if we do the betting thing I I have Guzman minus 2 45 or mosque it all plus 200 Or and then of course, you could get into it. Um, I took in my parlay. I took Guzman just straight up because I got enough other stuff in my parlay that I'm going to get pretty good odds out of it. But if you were laying down, Abed, would you would you do it smarter, Would you Dumas fit all Okay, so I would I would wait until about 15 to 30 minutes before fight and see where those odds are because of who's come down to, like, minus 200. I think you jump on him because they're getting more value for him. And firstly, I think he does come through with the wind, and he's just going to grind it out. But if that money starts about bounce backto mas Vidal, you know, I think, and you're looking to take a shot. You're willing, you know, maybe you had a good night on the earlier fight. Maybe maybe you going on and on and you take that shot. Just hope he comes with that flying me. He landed on aspirin
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"And this call all right Michael Bauer NBC news radio joining us now and well we take a look at what's happening in Washington there is a new term release was new to me either way I'm enjoying that aggressive what we're not just socially distance anymore we are aggressively social distancing in my question for you might be like you I mean like you you've got all its own body while you're that would be very difficult to see or you do a little R. as you're doing it because that also that might be muffled by the sound of your mask at that point there you go that is exactly what I thought of when I first heard this weekend as aggressive social distancing that's taking place because we did end up having a staffer for vice president Mike pence who ended up by contracting cove in nineteen may now practicing that aggressive social distancing yeah I don't know I mean you know what maybe we end up going with one these deals to where if you get within six feet of me I just run the other way I don't the grass is just take off like you're like you're running a relay race it just bolt that's it I guess but yeah I I'm I'm Michael what it what is going on here in indie scene obviously there is you know and all servers have some concern about this is stepper pence well I'll say this when we were talking about the two people that they have found so far they've tested positive for corona virus within the White House staff members one of them president trump's personal valet and then the second Katie Miller spokeswoman for vice president Mike pence that is of concern especially when president trump as you pointed out after this happened did they tested negative negative negative and then all of a sudden get a positive test and that becomes frightening specifically to president trump who is a known germaphobe but also to the fact that you have a number of folks now in the White House officially unofficial level rather than say the disease is already starting to spread throughout the west west wing and that might be we're hearing some of these calls for the aggressive social distancing portion of things here in fact you are seeing folks who are believed to come in contact with people like Katie Miller come into contact with the valet who are still continuing to report to work at the White House there are questions about what those measures should be like when you're looking at contact tracing in making sure that people are quarantining the right way back a number of the the physicians the doctors that are on the coronavirus task force Dr Redfield the director of the CDC doctor Han commissioner of the FDA Dr Fauci the director of the National Institute for allergy and infectious diseases and apparently American superhero are all self quarantining now on some level based upon what's going on in the White House in the west wing more specifically so they are all chosen to stay away while some people are continuing to go there Kevin Hassett who is the economic adviser to the president was on face the nation yesterday saying that it's scary to go to work in that he feels like he'd be a lot safer he was sitting at home rather than going into the west wing so there are some concerns here's what that means is there going to be appropriate social distancing is there going to be a mask wearing his reports had been that the president and his staff didn't want to have people in masks there in the White House so is that going to change what is going to look like going forward here when the president's message has been that the pandemic is fading yet here it is popping up literally right under your nose in the White House what do you do from there that's a big thing to look out for speaking of the virus the Senate had their re opening task force said to have hearings this week Dr Balaji among others said that our set to testify any idea as to what to take a look at since for the most part at this point we have the states that are running point on the re opening hi and and whatever it will be in their state yeah this is I think this is kind of a a re visiting into what's happened since the beginning of the corona virus this week that's at least what the understanding is of this so the health committee they were planning on featuring these doctors who have all decided to go to quarantine here and until yesterday the belief was a majority of them were going to do this via a remote testimony doctor found she was at least expected to come in put a mask on and testify there that has not changed so that everybody will be doing this via remote so they'll be doing it via Skype zoom whatever it may be but they are going to be coming to testify on some level as to what they saw heard were a part of discussions in regards to with the policy was going to be implemented and how that was seen through at least that's the belief for how this this session will be heard tomorrow all right appreciate it Michael I wish you and your aggressive social distancing measures while I mean I think it's an attraction that's going to have to happen price whatever works man yeah we will whatever helps keep you aggressive and your social distance by Michael Bauer NBC news radio at the Bauer show on Twitter now a couple things you know about this whole task force there's conversation about at the federal level what steps they might take based upon new treatment options and a vaccine coming out something dawned on me when I was listening to some of the conversation and a lot more Alexander the senator from Tennessee is the chair of the committee in talking about a vaccine think about the flu vaccine traditional flew back saying you know is forty five percent effective for the most common form of the flu in this past season B. twenty one buyers what we already have an estimated thirty different strains of Kevin nineteen out there even if you create a virus did you created for the most prevalent strain right now or do we begin to learn more about these thirty different or so strains and figure out which one or ones are most deadly and just try to aim over there and then it wouldn't matter as much if you mess it's one more reason why I think the treatment options are going to be the most important not necessarily pin all their hopes on a vaccine but you hear a lot of conversation around that vaccine and if we're waiting for one that proved to be mostly effective all that could end up being a problem given that only one year since two thousand four has the drizzle flew back seeing a greater than fifty percent effective be right back to talk about Florida's economy as we are working towards more re opening right here the prime Mucha newsradio six ten WYO DA I heart radio goes one on one with Rod Stewart to clarify what he meant when saying a person I used to know wrote Maggie may you wear it well mandolin wind in forever young that was probably choosing a pair of or thought that song writing and some mails gone away and flown off somewhere I was I would look back and wonder why these souls in under some pretty good and then on to bring up my all night Jim Craig again he came along in spite of everything he was a catalyst so it fired up the required.
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