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"corbett" Discussed on VUX World
"So it's not really directing the directly related to dialog things, but they were ways to manage the dialog based on those anomalies. But I agree with you. It would be the ideal if you could detect this is the end of a question or a sentence. And then respond. Absolutely. Well, corbus, this has been an absolute pleasure. Thank you so much for doing this. Long time coming with those vodacom shackles on. Thankfully, we got there. I appreciate your time has been absolutely fantastic. Really, really insightful. Definitely, everyone who's been tuning in is obviously knows who you are. But for those listening on the podcast, definitely go to Corbett's railing dot medium dot com. Medium dot com to check out corpus writing. And what's next for you Corbyn? What's on the agenda? I'm enjoying I'm not being irresponsible, and I'm enjoying my freedom. So it's nice to have opportunities. I think I'm enjoying the time just to be able to write and explore and hopefully soon I'll hit into a new direction. Cool. Cool. That sounds good. I'm just going to put a link to the webinar I mentioned to everybody in the chat here. If I can find it, because you might be interested in signing up to that. It's the webinar around the irony of big tech, why your speech recognition is probably a lot of tosh. And yeah, we'll be doing that on June 9th. Tomorrow, we mentioned boredom actually earlier on in the conversation, we'll be chatting with the CEO of board tomorrow. And yeah, next week, I haven't got my daddy with me, but next week we've got more conversations coming. And so please do join us for that. I'll just quickly double check. We've got our rhythmic. And also speak easy AI. Speaking of good company, when it comes to speech recognition, NLU, and bespoke, and the speech detection, all that kind of stuff. But anyway, yes, it's been absolute pleasure. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you everyone for tuning in. Thank you for your participation in your comments questions and that kind of stuff. And we look forward to seeing you in the next one. Great. Thanks, Bill. Cheers..
"corbett" Discussed on Daily Pop
"She said this week. I can't say anybody was hurt or not. But it was open for everybody to come back as much as they did. But then Wendy, punching a win. Between your show, I believe, in my opinion, and just like that. They changed this so much. Yeah. To where a lot of fans just did not like it. Wow. But here's the thing. I haven't seen it. Have you seen it? Yeah. I like it. I like it. You like it? I like this. And you like it. But you defer to say, I liked it. I was here for it. I think that Sarah Jessica Parker in the beginning tried to be diplomatic. She did the I'm a producer thing where people would say it's amazing. Coming back, right. And she would say, you know, the door is open. We would love to have her back just being as diplomatic as possible. When that would happen, Kim Cattrall would say, why do you keep on dragging my name into this? I'm never coming back. Yes. So what she is doing now is saying, hell, why am I going to be, you know, all over the world? If you keep on setting it on fire. Wow. Kim Cattrall has said she does not want anything to do with this. So great, she taught me looking at Sarah Jessica Parker and being like, thank you. Leave me alone. Thank you for dating it. Wow. Well, the thing is, is that even in the finale, they kept Samantha and the finale. Via text. And she keeps Samantha. Yeah. They worked hard to make Samantha for ten years. If Kim Cattrall didn't want to come back, Kim could try to own Samantha. Put Heidi Klum. Separate the two girls in college, Samantha. Let's go. Because if you really thought that way. And if they really thought that way, they could have recast her, but they didn't because they held out hope. And that's the reason why fans keep thinking, oh, she gonna come back just like we waiting on Corbett to come back and wait on him. Like, when is he coming back? But you can't be cast Kim Cattrall. You know what I mean? I mean, the character can live on. You can't. I'm sorry. She's one of the things that's my show. Who are you okay? For kill. It's too legend. We saw you twerking yesterday after. You can't get over that. No. This afternoon. No, no, no, no, no. They need to work it out. Evidently, if you still left that character, and you didn't recast that character, there was some type of talk, negotiation or something that she possibly could have came back just like I got rid of Chris, whatever his name is. You could have brought her right in. They were holding out for that. I'm telling you they were holding out. What country.
Los Angeles County to Require Vaccines in Indoor Bars
"If you plan on making Mary with boozy beverages in Los Angeles county you want to bring your vaccination card public officials in Los Angeles county will begin requiring proof of coded nineteen vaccinations for patrons and workers it indoor bars wineries breweries and nightclubs starting October seventh the initiative requires proof of at least one vaccine dose by that date and full backs nation by November fourth indoor restaurants were not covered although officials strongly recommend the same precautions Los Angeles based a massive crime by research during the holiday season last year in the new restrictions are designed to keep the same thing from happening this time around meanwhile about twenty six hundred Los Angeles police department employees are citing religious objections to try to get out of there Corbett nineteen vaccine requirement I'm Jennifer king
Unvaccinated, Hospitalized: Patient Now Advocates for Shots
"A corona virus patient who ended up in a baton Rouge hospital says he's now an advocate for getting vaccinated such Daniels is one of the lucky ones he went home after a week of being treated for Corbett nineteen at our lady of the lake Medical Center in baton Rouge is another thing to do is be out of breath watching TV at age thirty seven Daniel said he didn't think he needed to cope with vaccination and in a hospital bed interview he says it's a decision he regrets busting into value through possibly if you accident doesn't go up within the next hour and as dad dad is frightening Daniel said did it with an unvaccinated nephew his nephew remains on a ventilator in a medically induced coma at a hospital outside New Orleans you know I won the war I'm Jennifer king
"corbett" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The former mayor of San Diego, Current candidate for governor. Of California joins us at the top of the hour. Right now we're joined by Dr Kelly victory and we're taking your calls at 802 22 k ABC, 1 802 2 to 5 to two to let's begin with Rick. Rick. You're on K. ABC. Hello. Hey, John. Hi, Doctor. Doctor victory. You need that data. She's 30 years old. I was feeling ill last week when she got her Johnson Johnson. I've seen about two months ago. And not only did she but her friend who also had the Johnson Johnson came down with Corbett. I'm just wondering if there's more of these breakthrough places are sick. It's a great question and answer is yes, there are more and more breakthrough pieces as the mutations, uh, continue to occur. And as the new variants come down the pike we are finding that the vaccines are less and less effective on the vaccines were initially reported out to be in the high seventies. You know, 78% effective. Sometimes we would say 82% effective. They're now down in the low sixties with these current variants on. Unfortunately, vaccines, particularly to respiratory viruses, cause you to create antibodies to an immunity to a single specific swipe protein in this particular case. That's different from when you get the virus itself. When you actually become ill with covid you mount antibodies and develop immunity to the entire virus. The whole thing, not just that single spike protein. So unfortunately, as the viruses mutate, the vaccines do become less and less effective. They'll still have some protection and generally will keep people from getting very severe infection, hopefully keep them from getting hospitalized. But it's no comparison to the kind of immunity he would have if you actually had and recovered from Covid. So yes, we're seeing more and more breakthrough cases and people who are fully vaccinated. Yeah, the junk go ahead. Johnson was less effective. Just was curious about that if it was less effective in I don't I don't think I don't think that Johnson Johnson, one is less effective than the others. We've seen breakthrough cases in all of them. It will be. You know, some months or years before we can actually parse it all out and see how the numbers fall. But it's not my sense looking at the data on a daily basis. At Johnson and Johnson is any less effective than the others. If you have the natural antibodies, and then you recover from Covid, and you get vaccinated some months later. Do you have additional immunity or do you just get more of the same of what you already have? You're really just getting more of the same of what you already have. You have muddied the water a little bit because you now are creating those spike proteins to which you already had antibodies. And the concern is and the reason we believe that we're seeing a disproportionate number of adverse events in people who do that, John is because imagine this. You have you have covid. So you have antibodies running around in your bloodstream or you have t cell immunity. Then you go and get the vaccine and you start creating spike proteins. Those are the spike proteins that you already have antibodies to. If those spike proteins go, for example, and lay down in the lining of your blood vessel or in your heart muscle or in your kidney, those spike proteins go there in your antibodies that you already have go and attack those spike proteins. They can be attacking your own Oregon. That's the consummate auto immune reaction and auto immune response where you begin attacking your own tissues. And that's the concern that and why we really say that people who have already had covid and our covid recovered..
"corbett" Discussed on WJR 760
"Corbett to corral just a couple of minutes ago and to see these guys pull in, someone said, I just drove here from Denver to see this game. Imagine that. It's amazing who we pull from when you think about coming here. Detroit. I think the two races a really special because you've got to events and some people can't come Saturday. Some cup Sunday. Unfortunately, We didn't have the notice that we could have more people. So we've really been limited. Which is a shame, But look, the fact we're open you open Detroit last night, So let's have a great weekend. God bless you and Kathy. And is there anything else you want to say? We'll give you this opportunity because we're just thrilled that you were able to make it over as busy as you are today. Well, I just want thank you and Kim for what you've done for the city and for the community in the region and We want to have a good weekend. The weather looks like it's going to be great. And thank everybody here in Detroit that supports the city just walking around and seeing what we have here. I was in Portland last week and to see what that is. This is a palace. Compared to some of these cities in the West. And that's because the people care here in Detroit. I think our mayor or police chief, everyone else has just done their job. Everyone from James Craig to the new guy, the interim guy seems like a very sharp guy as well. We have been blessed with good people. And we have been blessed that you have adopted Detroit and Michigan as your home. Well, that's the truth. Roger. Well, thank you. Paul Dove you Roger Penske. Ladies and gentlemen, it's the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear on Belle Isle, with tickets still available. Detroit gpd dot.
"corbett" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Find it fix it. Make millions in real estate one house at a time Honestly to be perfectly honest. I get people. Ask me all the time. So i really wanted to get into flipping worldwide. do or. i found a house on this. Just take a couple of hours. Just read the book. Because it really explains what flipping is explains worthy pitfalls are it it will empower her especially if she someone who's who's smart she. She has saved a little bit of money. She has enough to do this. But it will empower her so that she's not always second guessing herself. That's one of the worst things you can do is when you get when you buy an investment property. You're buying something to flip or to to to even to as a rental property. If you don't know that you've checked off all the boxes ahead of time you're always going to be second guessing on this right. I don't know like this. Wouldn't it be nice to kind of know the step by step of what you should be doing so that you know okay. I covered that. I covered that i covered that. Wait a minute. I covered that and this checks out so this just might be a great idea. And if they don't check out yo you know what. i'm glad. i went through the checklist. Because i don't think this is such a great a great way to go. It kind of gives you a roadmap and that's you know as always been my goal and i've had many many many people who who sent me. Thank you notes over the years about you know. Thank you so much. I actually really like. You're saying. I i read through the book i and just do that. Come on shout. Shout out. Because i don't have any credibility. Can you give a quick shout out to read the book. Great well michael. I appreciate you so much. It's been an honor to have you on the show. Everybody out there go to michael. Corbett dot com. That's michael corbett dot. Michael and then c. o. R. e. t. t. dot com mike. We'd like to end every show with a boom we in the show by saying three to one. Boom boom stands for big overwhelming optimistic momentum. If you would partake in the boom it would be awesome. So are you ready to give us a boom at the end of the three to one. I am okay here. we go three two what..
"corbett" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"It make millions in real estate one house at a time. It's a great book but since that book michael's been working on new stuff. There's a lot of new things you're working on. And i would like for you to have an opportunity to share with our listeners. What you're working on now because a lot of people are just loving what they're here and they want to learn more from you. What what kind of projects are you working on now. And maybe the next couple of years here what. What's the future of the world of michael. Well i you know why. What's been really nice as i love real estate and i love television so i've done a bunch of shows for hgtv and and I had been Been doing a lot of real estate finance The being sort of the real estate finance expert for cnn. I've done it for fox and friends I've been working with realtor dot com trulia zillow. So my thing is. Is there a way to combine real estate and television. And one of the ways. I i do it is. I'm one of the hosts and one of the producers on the television show extra now and i spun off What we call our our show from extra called extras mansions and millionaires. So i get to travel around the world looking at the most unbelievably magnificent real estate properties in the world. The craziest i mean just for example. This week i shot a segment on the most expensive property in america. It is priced at one billion dollars. Billion not million billion dollars It's insane it was originally owned by merv griffin and then One of the one of the shah's from the middle east and now it's It's basically the top of beverly hills and it's for sale. And i was able to go up there and shoot it and see what it was all about. It's a billion dollars if anybody listening got a billion bucks. I got property that i can recommend to you here. We have a lot of saudi princes that love to listen to a lot of members of the chinese government loved. Listen to our podcast. So that's those what would be called a trophy property. So i've been very fortunate to be able to parlay television and put real estate in together and It's something. I really enjoyed. Because i love being able to to look at real estate of love doing the embassy. What people do right to wrong Some of the trouble that they get into and some of the huge success and and very smart things they do as well now as far as a particular website you a direct all of our listeners to go check out 'cause a lot of our listeners. rate action orientated. They wanna take action right away right after the show they wanted. Just go look at. What's what's website you direct over listeners. To go check out. My website is michael. Corbett dot com. Got very simple. My instagram is one. Michael corbett and i always post. I post a lot of stuff on there Especially about some of the some of the properties and shoots and places. I think just put something up. I just came back from From tahiti shooting a to a real estate development. They're in a there's a. There's a big trend now. A days for resorts like fine resorts five star resorts developing their own real estate and up and private residences. So i went down to tahiti. And i got to stay in one of these beautiful residences in in a resort coltman. New down in fiji and look at the the new properties that are coming up It's it's It there's there's a lot of great stuff out there. And i get go and explore it. Okay i have to on my instagram and on my website. I have two final questions for you and I if you don't like these questions all know that when you hang up on me. That's a sign that you don't like them. So you're you're a guy who comes across as a very veracious reader and full disclosure thrived nation. I have not had the opportunity to talk to michael in the past and so you come across as very well read person and our listeners. Love to read books. So is there a certain book or a one or two books. You would recommend that all of our listeners would buy and why i would have to.
"corbett" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"You get back the money. That was your twenty percent down. You get back the money that you put in in renovation. That whole amount of money. Now you can roll into the next property of the same or greater value without paying any short-term capital game so let's go ten thirty one tax deferred exchange as long as it's a like property there's also another tax wise and you know at some point it will go away that We do have the opportunity if you've lived in a home for five years that this is something that that people a lot of people don't realize that if you've lived in your for five years and it's increased in value the tremendous amount as probably over these past five years you get per person two hundred and fifty thousand dollars no tax on it and if you're a couple it's five hundred thousand with no tax on it so though that's why and getting back to your original question of why do you need these very smart people like accountants and real estate agents and mortgage brokers You wanna be talking to your account. you want. Talk to an accountant. Who can tell you exactly what your situation is. What the state laws what the what. The current laws are for you Because you can save yourself a lot of money a lot of money just by knowing what the actual tax laws are. Here's the deal. I make all this money and then have to give it up and taxes. Here's the deal. If there's ways you can delay a sale by a month or or if you can roll it into another property so there's again another that's a whole nother way of keeping a lot of the money that you made here. I wanna make sure the listeners. Get this You you have I don't know why you decided to make the poor life choices to reach me in one hundred thousands of listeners. But i appreciate you doing that. And i want to respect your time lost and so you i mean again..
"corbett" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Live from NPR news. I'm Corbett Coleman, the U. S. Supreme Court is taking up a major abortion case. It opens the door to reconsider the Roe versus Wade president that legalized abortion nationwide. This case involves a challenge to a Mississippi law banning abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more social conservatives have been working for decades to overturn Roe v. Wade and other Supreme Court precedent guaranteeing the right to an abortion. Now, with three justices nominated by former president Trump, including the most recent edition of Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. They're increasingly optimistic about that goal. The Supreme Court says it will take up one key question in the Mississippi case whether all abortion bands before viability are unconstitutional. Under previous president, the court has guaranteed the right for women to choose abortion before a fetus can live outside the womb, while giving states more leeway to restrict the procedure later in pregnancy. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Washington Israeli warplanes struck Gaza overnight with airstrikes in fresh fighting between Israelis and Palestinians. Hamas fighters Hamas has continued to fire rockets into Israel. Israeli officials say they're warning Palestinian civilians before buildings are attacked. But in a barrage of Israeli strikes on Sunday, at least 42 people were killed in Gaza, including 10 Children. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has reiterated President Biden's position on Israel's right to defend itself. Israel has the right to defend itself. There is no equivalence between a terrorist group indiscriminately firing rockets at civilians. In a country defending its people. Those attacks. There were numerous demonstrations over the weekend in several countries in support of Palestinians. Demonstrations were held in Canada, Germany and Britain. In the United States. There were demonstrations in several cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago in New York. At least 12 people have been killed as a powerful cycle and turns off India's west coast. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai where Cove in 19 patients are being evacuated to higher ground about 150,000 people have been evacuated from low lying areas.
"corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360
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"corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Or is there a paradigm there as well. There is and let me again. Used a single identifiable instance that we can put our finger on and document all the way through. Let's turn to the rockefeller family. Which of course again started in the oil industry. And then parlayed that into as i say a philanthropy giving away its wealth and blah blah blah. And we know that story one of the side businesses or industries that they became involved in in the early twentieth century was banking specifically through the chase bank. Which eventually david rockefeller went on to become a vice chair her. I'm not sure exactly what position he got. But obviously a high ranking official in the bank but the rockefellers had been involved in the chase bank for a while so they were one of the people at not rockefeller but actually Rockefeller's son in law question mark. I have to review that. That information but and rockefeller banking interests. Were at the table at the secret. Jekyll island meeting in nineteen ten where the federal reserve was being planned out in a conspiracy. That again is documented fact. And we get this for example from the confession of one of conspirators in the nineteen twenty. Nine saturday evening post where they wrote about this. And it's all again part of documented history that in one ten a group of bankers including rockefeller connected bankers. Morgan connected bankers and others met in secret on jekyll. Island to hammer out an idea for a central bank for the united states that eventually through a number of machinations became the federal reserve. So how does that relate into what you're talking about so we have for example. The rockefeller family connected in through the oil industry and involved in the banking industry helping set up the federal reserve and the rockefeller's having never associated pharmaceutical interests that also their funding with their millions and millions going to various medical researchers and other sorts of things ben benefit their own companies. So we see the confluence of all of this in something like rockefellers morgans and others other. I mean well known. Banking families have been involved in again branching out to these different fields so that it's at a certain point. It's difficult to say where the banking industry ends and big pharma begins or where big pharma ends and where big oil begins etc. There are so much overlap in the boards directors of these companies that. Eventually it starts to become obvious. This is all -opoly and there were certain all the gulf lists who have the ability to interact and transact in various industries and through their control of the money supply and the banking industry itself can mend direct those industries in certain directions based on. Who gets this loan here. And who gets these funds there. It becomes such an incredibly powerful system that even even sort of visualizing documenting it becomes difficult. Let alone what you actually do about that power once it's involved once in place and is clearly directing the political system of the country. There's a lot that you just answered for us and this is the most important one. How long are you planning to manage all this information in a sense. This is the only question that ultimately matters. I've spent fourteen years documenting. These various connections and again people can go through all the question. You have just a row of documentary after documentary research and i actually be setback for a quick when asked one.
"corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Of course that also means they can take funds out at any time they can do whatever jiggery-pokery they want to make for example Where your money starts to increase in value if you don't spend it in time so they can do all sorts of fancy things once they have it on digital chain like that on that's tied directly to the central bank then by the way can also monitor every transaction. You make in real time knowing exactly what you spend your money on. With whom at what time in one place. So they can control down that level of detail. That is the vision of the future. They're working on behind the scenes right now and as i say behind the scenes doesn't even mean conspiratorially really they talk about it quite openly and i pointed for example in a report that i did last year to an imf meeting that took place. Virtually of course in this age of covid last late last year where you had for example. The governor of the federal reserve at that time jerome powell and the director of the bank for international settlements against in carstensz and some other central bankers talking about the implementation of digital currency central bank digital currencies. And how they're going to implement this ties into what. You're talking about with regards to cryptocurrencies in a fashion. That i've described before i did. A report called the bitcoin up which was all about how essentially the public is being conditioned to take all of these terms blockchain cryptocurrency and bitcoin central bank digital currency and just basically smooshed them altogether. It's all the same thing so that eventually when the public hears that all we're going to get this digital wallet with the federal reserve and we're gonna get our fed coin or whatever they call it and most people will be like. Oh is this that new grip. Oh currency i've been hearing so much about. Oh great okay. Not realizing that. The fundamental point of the original bitcoin white paper for example in two thousand nine was to bypass central banks. I of course this was a direct response and was treated as such by the cryptocurrency community at that time a direct response to the chaos and havoc that the central bank said overseas in the two thousand eight crisis and collapse and the obvious writing on the wall that the system is not sustainable. This is not going to work. We need a way of transacting without this central bank created money. What can we do. That was the original impetus that most people in that early cryptocurrency community got into the space four since that time. Of course it's become about the investors and people looking to make a quick buck off a quick trade so it's obviously lost that ethos of trying desperately to get around the central banking infrastructure and now is all about kyc and compliance. You have to fill out forms with seven forms of photo. Id and a bit of your dna in order to get your wallet or whatever completely undermining the entire idea of cryptocurrency but that is the way it's being introduced to the public and as i say it's type of sigh up in which they're going to basically replace all of that with your handy dandy easy to use federal reserve supplied digital currency. Here you go..
"corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360
"They have better genes and they didn't even have the terminology for genetics. At that time they pulled it proto plaza and they talked about better stock and friends of this nature. But we understand that these days as well the people who are rich and wealthy or rich and wealthy because they have better genes than us core corners and therefore they deserve to propagate into the future and we should essentially die off and leave the gene pool. That was of course exposed as ridiculous pseudoscience. Nonsense they tried to measure people's skulls and other sorts of things to try to determine. You know who was the the the best of the best in who deserves to breathe in all of this and of course led to the involuntary sterilization and other ores in the united states in the twenties and thirties and then ultimately it was also employed by nazis and thus discredited and as i have pointed out many times eugenics essentially went underground and took different forms. They even openly talked about in the american eugenics society. We're going to have to continue eugenics by another name for example that arose in population control. Which i think has multiple different meanings but we tend to think of it as this again. It's there's too many people on the planet so we have to make sure. Everybody has access to contraceptives. And oh by the way maybe tennis shots delivered under. Who programs just happen to have. Each cd hormone. That actually makes women's bodies understand the hormones that they produce when they are pregnant as invading bodies and thus your body's immune system will react to it in the future causing abortions the aboard. Oh facets added attendance vaccines that were given to the third world in the nineteen ninety s for example again a conspiracy theory depending on which particular scientific research article. You're you're looking at proven fact. And if you're looking at other research articles but at any rate we understand the the concept behind us and we do know documentary that the un and other organizations like the rockefeller foundation actually were specifically funding research into developing abortifacient vaccines. So again this is part of a much larger agenda and in fact. I'm sorry. I derailed myself with that side. No what. what was the question again. Specifically so we talked about the does the overall sustainability of taking care of people at some point become unsustainable because too many people are getting sick so lights right right so that long tangent was to say that i think there is a eugenic aspect to this work that is being done on the population and so the long and short of it is that the rich and wealthy. The elite classes deserve to propagate into the future so at a certain point when healthcare healthcare becomes too expensive for people to access than if it truly is care which will actually help them to survive the very types of cancers and other things which the chemicals that have been added to their food and water min other products are causing well then essentially. You're killing off the poor which is kind of the aim of genesis anyways so it seems again but this tends to fall in line with their ideas. Now i suppose it would. If this process continued indefinitely reach some point where only the bill gates of the world. The other elite multi multibillionaires would be able to afford healthcare..
"corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Is used in most water municipal systems is in fact an industrial waste by product that was re purposed and said well instead of paying to try to properly dispose of this industrial waste. We can actually get municipalities to pay us for this waste that they then put in the water supply as a medicine of sorts. That is the real dawning of the fluoridation systems in the us in the forties and fifties and the way that was perpetuated. Is i think pretty telling instance of that story. So there is obviously the monetary incentive but at a deeper level has to start to question the fact that on the record documentary for at least a century. There has been open writing about the growing problem of the population. The human population is growing too large. Too fast we're going to start having severe shortages and other things because there are too many people on the planet we need to find a way to reduce the number of people that are being born and what are ways to do this and then you have developments like for example of all of the different types of chemicals that could be could have been used to for example line food products to store water for example bottles and other sorts of things specifically what was chosen bisphenol. Bpa which was originally known as an estrogen mimicking. It was originally used for that purposes and then was used as say all sorts of products lining food containers and other sorts of things. Why was specifically chosen for this. I mean again. It could be well simply. This was cheap and easy to produce. It was kajing gauging but on a deeper level the seen people who are writing about the problem of the growing human population and suddenly this thing which we now know is having this massive endocrine-disrupting effect and is having such an alarming effect on human fertility. That there are scientists now saying that by two thousand forty five. The majority of people will need scientific help. Essentially in reproducing at all for tilleke will not be a natural phenomenon by the year. Two thousand forty five. According to some researchers and we've seen already incredible plummeting levels of sperm count in men especially in western countries over the past half century. Is that coincidence. And i think it is. Not i think there is an coordinated agenda to reduce human fertility. And ultimately i think ultimately there will be mass die offs of the population through cancers and other sorts of things. That wouldn't you know it..
"corbett" Discussed on Healthcare360
"You but the long and short of this basically stems from a for example encapsulated in a book called rockefeller medicine men medicine and capitalism in america by richard brown it goes into the details of how in the early part of the twentieth century essentially the institutional nature of the allopathic medicine paradigm was formalized in the united states and then ultimately around the world through the pioneering work of such generous philanthropists as andrew carnegie and the rockefeller foundation. For example there was someone called. Simon flexner who was hired by the carnegie foundation to write a report. I'm sorry abraham flexner simon's brother wrote the report for the carnegie foundation called the flexner report. Which was this study. Basically to find out. What's going on in america's collegiate system and howard doctors being trained etc and basically it came to the conclusion that was very convenient for the people funding this study including not just the carnegie's but the rockefellers who was also involved with the flexner family. The conclusion that this sort of hodgepodge we have of the natural pathak medicine and herbal remedies. And that sort of thing and allopathic medicine the idea of going to the doctor in hospital and having radiation or surgery or whatever. This kind of hodgepodge wasn't really cutting it in what we need to do is formalize it and systematize it and make this formal system of medical schools that will give certain training in certain types of tears and what cures of course were being stressed. Were the ones not those unpatentable unmarketable unsellable herbal remedies. And things that you grow your medicine in your own garden nano what we need is the big pharmaceutical manufacturers to come in and standardize what medicine is in the minds of the public so that essentially they could make muddles at noodles of money out of this and that's exactly what happened so you see generous philanthropists for example the rockefeller foundation coming in and providing hundreds of millions of dollars over the ensuing decades to shower on medical research that always benefited the corporate interests. That for example the rockefeller family were deeply wedded into through the pharmaceutical manufacturers making products based on the petro chemicals that were of course the foundation of the rockefeller dynasty in the first place. It was a self feeding system and it became institutionalized in the early part of the twentieth century you had the formation of the american medical association the american hospital association and these other bodies that essentially cemented in what we now think of generally speaking in the general public. When you say medicine and you talk about doctors people are thinking of this..
Only 5,800 Infections Reported in Fully Vaccinated People, CDC Says
"Nearly a quarter of all American adults are now fully vaccinated. ABC is faith of Boob, A says There's new data out on just how effective the covert vaccine shots are, the CDC says of the more than 66 million Americans, who have been fully vaccinated on Lee 5800 Corbett infections have been reported. Significantly less than 1%. But how long the immunity last remains unknown size or CEO says it's likely people would need another side. A booster shot every
John Corbett Will Play Aidan in 'Sex and the City' Reboot
"On the way and we know who's in. We know who's not in. But here's another name You can add to the endless John Corbett. If your big sex in the city fan you remember him as Kari's ex Aidan and carrying eight and had a thing dog for a while, so For what? We've heard Mr Big might or might not be in the new one. So it might be all about her getting back with Aiden. See
How vaccine inequality is endangering the world
"With that anniversary one year ago today when the World Health Organization officially declared the covert 19 outbreak, a worldwide pandemic when a year on and 2.6 million people have died worldwide, and the economy is in tatters. There is also hope, because Kobe vaccination drives under way more than 100 countries with more than 300 million doses of ministered, but who gets vaccinated, for example, there around 80 million refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people worldwide. Will they be included in vaccination plans where they live? Filippo Grandi is the U. N High Commissioner for Refugees and his current in Uganda. When I spoke to him, he started by telling me what impact the pandemic and lockdowns have had on refugees. Where I think the impact is severe and will be even more severe is more on the economic side and in lockdowns, which prevail all over the world. We've seen an escalation off poverty if you wish in refugee and displaced community all over the world from Lebanon, Toe black in America, the Venezuelans toe Afghans in South Asia and so forth, So this is really the key challenge that we have to face now. We know that the key to getting out of the pandemic. His vaccination aren't refugees at the end of the list of people who are going to get vaccinated or too often, well, that was very much our concern, especially refugees. Refugees are not nationals off the country's they're in, and we were worried that because of that they would be marginalized. You know, there's been some good developments. I am in Uganda is speaking to you from Kampala and here, for example, today the vaccination begins. I was with the acting prime minister this morning He was going to be vaccinated and he was keen to tell me refugees will be included. There's no question about that. You can the host 1.5 million refugees. Almost the pandemic has the underlying the inequalities that disparities Throughout the world on one of those is that the richer Western countries of vaccinating at a much higher rate than poorer countries, and yet so many of the world's refugees, Aaron places Like where you are right now, you can do that slower roll out in places like Uganda is undoubtedly going to effect refugees, isn't it? You're absolutely right. George. Vaccination programs have to exist and to be rolled out to include refugees, and this is where really the enormous inequality of the international system has appeared. Very carries. The tent of March is the first day that you can to a nation of more than 40 Million people is receiving its first vaccine when in rich countries. This has been going on for several months. So this inequality is blatant. This needs to be corrected. We are active as an organization in those initiatives that aimed at securing a minimum amount of doses. For poor countries and our role there is to ensure that some of those does is go to the refugees as well. But frankly speaking, that effort is not enough to correct that huge imbalance which is really short sighted. It's not only wrong, it's shortsighted. It's a bit like refugees and nationals in the country if people in poor countries do not get vaccination. This is a global issue. It will backfire everywhere else so then more vaccines and needed and more needs to be done to deal with, as you say, the social impact of the pandemic on Refugees in particular. He's a difficult questions, and there aren't presumably easy solutions to them. But what are a couple of things that could should be done to make progress in this sense from the very beginning off the pandemic? I've reached out personally to the leadership of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. These institutions have led The establishment off economic rescue packages for countries impacted by Corbett and lockdowns, and my message to them has bean first of all to accelerate. The disbursement of those packages so that this country's are more protected, but also to ensure that vulnerable groups are included actually are considered as a factor to increase those packages. In other words, take Uganda again. Uganda is negotiating. If I understand with the I m F one such package and the message that I will pass through the eye, meth and other similar institutions is remembered. Uganda has what 40 45 million people. It's national population. It has almost 1.5 million refugees. These needs to be factored in, especially in countries like you can that that are very inclusive that include refugees in education programs in health programs that extend to them efforts to create livelihoods. This additional burden that these countries have needs to be considered when this economic packages are rolled out. This is not always the case. Look at Lebanon, for example, where one in four people is a refugee. This huge political tension in Lebanon over this refugee issue. I'm very worried that rescue packages being rolled out and Lebanon has many challenges may not include refugees, and this would be catastrophic for this huge, vulnerable population in that particular country, And this example is valid in other countries as well. So yes, More complex, I would say even then the vaccination inclusion.
Houston doctors warn of 4th COVID-19 surge as mask mandate ends
"Infections now that a mask mandate and other pandemic restrictions have been lifted in Texas, Dr. Cristina Propst is a pediatrician at Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital. She says it is disheartening that the advice of public health officials Is being ignored. We're doing our part. And so it is really a painful experience to feel that our elected officials don't trust us. Don't trust our expertise on are not listening to the science. Props is suggesting that allowing businesses to operate at full capacity amid five new variants of Corbett and during spring break vacations is a recipe for a crisis. In pre market trading. U. S futures are
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe
"Harlem, is growing on where Andrew the kitchen Cuomo is busy. after a Even second if the front woman accused is empty, the Democratic This'll New York governor tiny of restaurant sexual has harassment. always relied heavily One former on deliveries. Cuomo adviser had previously But a couple of accused years ago, him of kissing Ding got her without tired consent. of the high fees The second on third woman party told APS The New York Times and that complaints when she was a from Cuomo customers aid, the governor about meals asked being intrusive late. questions So currently about her you sex see these life, orders hear including whether she it, slept but I didn't with order. older Ding men. chose to channel The governor most issued of his an apology deliveries on through Sunday a and service gave New York called State's Relay. attorney general Leticia This James, way. the power He to pays appoint grubhub an outside just investigator. for an order, not New a delivery. 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Whitney Houston's national anthem still the gold standard 30 years later
"The Super Bowl this year is all about who is the greatest of all time. But there was a Super Bowl performance 30 years ago, which may never be topped. CBS is anthem. Mason looks back. It's the gold standard for national anthem performances. Whitney Houston's rendition before Super Bowl 25 at Tampa Stadium. The year was 1991. The Gulf War had just begun. 27 year old Whitney Houston, who'd already had eight number one singles was dominating the charts. Houston's musical director, Rickey Minor produced the arrangement. I went to the school of Whitney and everything that I've done since then has been With my doctors degree from the University of Whitney. She took her inspiration from Marvin Gaye. The first thing she said, was You know. Have you heard Marvin Gaye do the national anthem for the NBA All Star Game. He said. It's something about it that I feel like it would give me more time to really express these words and let them linger a little longer. So instead of Oh, say, can you see? It was old saved can use C minor took the version to the Florida Orchestra, which was tapped to accompany Houston at the game. They took notice of the tempo change right away. Everybody was a little taken aback. A little like what is this? It's so different. It was Mary Corbett, second year with the orchestra as a violinist. You play it before every concert, So we just have it memorized. So when we played this new arrangement, everyone is sort of like what's this? Houston later recorded the vocals in L. A. Minutes after hearing the accompaniment for the first time she listened Nodding her head. And then after hearing it one time, she said, Okay, I got it. Just once. One time. The Star Spangled Banner is not an easy song to sing. The range of It is really tricky because it starts low, but it ends up high. Oh, sir, you know, And then it's the Rockets red glare. You have have to have that passion in there. There's some video of a few singers where they didn't get it quite in the right place. And the Rockets red glare sounded like like a like a rooster crowing. I mean, But the NFL was concerned about Houston's version. I think that they just thought it was too different to do the Super Bowl. We're at war, People will hear this and say that's not my national anthem Operation Desert Storm had just begun in the Middle East NFL executives asked Whitney's manager, her father, John Houston. Get her to change the performance, but minor pushed back. I said to John Houston, either I'm doing this or you have to call Whitney and say that you're gonna pull me off of it. Because this is what I believe is the best representation that will give her wings to fly with knees, version one out and she didn't just fly. She soared. She always said that was one of the most special moments in your life. It really changed the tone of the national anthem and I miss her every day. It still gives me goose bumps. I just got these bumps to listening to those last notes. That was gorgeous, really one of the only few times at a game I ever remember standing up and crying while singing the national anthem by myself well, with Holly in the in the Living room. And I still almost teared up again. It was just tremendous for the time.
"corbett" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Of course you don't get to take the charitable deduction either, obviously have to be over 59 a half You do not have to be taking required minimum distributions. Although we see it most often with people that are taking our MD They'll just simply have their arm D go to their church or whatever charity they They prefer, But you do not have to be taken requirement of distribution. So if you're 65 have a giant ia 41 Katie, you've rolled into an Irene and want to make your annual $10,000 donation to X Y Z charity. You could do that straight from your IRA to the charity, no tax to you, so that's that's of interest to a lot of people. Are you sure about that? Waiting till well, now it's 72 for Uh, being it sent to the charity? Yes. Okay. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah. You could take a charitable You could do it a understand it happens a 10% penalty, right? Well, no, I'm saying before you get when you have to take the arm, do you? You're saying that that Q c D is only available after age 72. That's what that's not my understanding, and but we don't ever see it. Except that Well, instead of deciding that maybe you're right or wrong, and we're not accountants. Um, why don't we just figure it out and talk about it next week? Yeah, I know we can. I was just saying that with $100,000 limit. Which, um That applies But Daniel advertisement Yeah, but that's for your annual rnd, right? So Yeah, I know that we don't. I don't know that ever ever seen it except for our MD So we'll research it and get back. My understanding is it could be any time after 59 now, but We'll check it out and get back to you. We'll have something actually good. No. I don't know if it's because the coronavirus the Corbett thing, people being home. We've had a lot of people lately, deciding that you know what? Enough enough. I want to retire soon. And man if we've been doing a lot of retirement planning Getting ready, and I think the main questions that they always ask Can we tie? Do I have enough money? Yeah, that's what everybody's fear is is running out living. Our asset because they want out now. Yeah, and we've been putting their minded West. I would say most people Able to if they if they have been doing the right things and their 34 years from when they were thinking, and they want to leave now that they were able to do it with the idea that they don't go overboard at the beginning. I mean, I have a few people last week to come in, and they were 55. Andre 52. You know what they're gonna do? Great. They get a nice pension. They got something's coming and doing all those things and it's great and then you set it up and then they obviously want therefore one k playing with their will over and different things that they're doing that Keep growing. And then when they're you know, in 10 years from now, the looks to start taking money from that. But it's Zraly wild. How pet many people looking, but they're so afraid of the markets. Even though they've been in the markets and made all this money now that we tied, so they're going. What are we supposed to do, and I will protect your model. Aziz bin Been great, and I've been explaining why we had three people this week that I actually sat down and show them how we do it and and and all and it's and it's pretty surprising how many people actually Kind of understand it, you know, because we're talking insurance. We're talking simple and how to protect the portfolio, But it's it's a perfect Situation at the strategic Protection model is fantastic. The people right now that I'm looking to retire, wanted still stay because they know they can get a lot of income. But protect their portfolios from huge down to its and how fantastic is it in On Wednesday, the S and P was down 2.5%. And the strategic protection models down 0.8. That's how fantastic it is. And yet you still get to participate in the upside of the market. It's It's a pretty good stuff with no sense of waiting till next week while Dean was talking to Google that, uh, you have to be taken arm day you actually write, you have to be taken our money to do.
"corbett" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The Corbett area near Rooster Rock. But With Lane's lost both directions. It's a huge delay is still pretty slow approaching the interstate bridge both ways I five Lin Masters and key ex traffic now Kay to weather Sun breaks ahead in the afternoon around the valley. Daytime highs will be in the low fifties after this morning's rain Tonight Partly cloudy lows in the upper thirties and colder Tomorrow. Partly sunny with morning fog and Sunday early light rain, then clearing daytime highs will be in the low fifties in the KT. Storm tracker Weather Center. I'm wrong to Shelby, another update less than 30 minutes from now. And any time at 11 90 k x com Mm hmm. Uh huh. Hey, a household name in all four corners of the world. I am Rush Limbaugh. Half my brain tied behind my back every day just to make sure everything on this program is fair and no from sunny South Florida It's open wine Friday. That's right, sustainably fair. And that's up to me. Rush Limbaugh, your guiding light. Happy to have you here?.
Metro Atlanta's Fulton County temporarily suspends ballot counting 'out of an abundance of caution'
"Is stopping ballot processing and tabulation. For the day. This is after the supporters of President Trump stormed the U. S capitol in Washington. Fulton County spokeswoman Jessica Corbett says that they're stopping the tabulation. Of the votes for now quote out of an abundance of caution, but it does appear, according to the Associated Press, and the major networks that both us off and war knock the Democrats. Have one, those two run off elections for the United States Senate in the states of Georgia. WR Last
"corbett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On From these days I had sometimes two or three and sometimes more concerts per day. It was very exhausting. But I did all together like 120 private concerts, all kinds of Says, from kitchens, balconies to caravans on for the host that felt they needed more than 2 M distance in a shower cubicle. I don't know. Did you ever feel that It was a bit risky for you going into people's houses while this pandemic was going on? I know that it's risky, but I have dealed with virus like for many years and You know, I'm HIV positive since sound 14 years, So I think I got over this and I have never sacrificed my work and living in the fool. Because of HIV virus I so why should I sacrifice my life and my concept of what? What I supposed to do in life because of Corbett 19. Go. The people that need me in this moment, and I have kept enough distance from everyone. And after 120 private concerts, my tests were negative. So I'm still doing well. I just wondered for you why you think Art has bean important at this time as well. If you watch the media's is all about how difficult it is and how limited our life is, and, of course, artists the opposite of that, So of course we.
European Medicines Agency authorizes Pfizer vaccine for use in the EU
"The Fizer vaccine has been given the green light for use in the U by scientist All right. This is a panel they still need to get the official government rubber stamp, but it looks like a go And it comes weeks after Britain and the U. S. Gave it. Emergency use authorization. This is Margie Agnes Hein with the European Medicines Agency today, our human medicines Committee, the CH empty Recommended the conditional marketing authorization for the first Corbett 19 vaccine for the EU market. This is a significant milestone in the fight against the pandemic. Trucks are waiting to get out of England and they're backing up for miles. People are stranded at airports. Many nations have imposed travel restrictions on the UK, and it comes over concerns about that new strain of the virus that apparently spreads more easily than others. It doesn't mean it's more gelateria. Harmful. It just means it spreads pretty easily. Ah growing number of countries air halting air travel now from the UK, while France has banned trucks from the country for 48 hours minimum while they look at this new variant this new mutation of the virus and keep in mind viruses mutate all the time. British health officials say the strain is out of control around London and southeastern England. It's not clear again yet if it's more dangerous, it just is able to spread
Researching COVID-19 and its impact on families
"Finds people in the U. S who received unemployment benefits were last likely to delay getting health care and have problems affording food and rent. As redo Chatterjee reports they were also likely to have better mental health. The new study used data collected by the U. S Census Bureau, aimed it, understanding how the pandemic has affected families around the country. Respondents who said they received unemployment benefits or less likely to have missed the previous month. Rent or worry about the next month's rent. There were less likely to have trouble putting food on the table in Delia, accessing non Corbett related health care. He also had lower risks of having symptoms of anxiety and depression. However, on Lee 36% of respondents said they had received unemployment benefits in the past seven days. Findings appear in JAMA internal medicine with the
New L.A. County ‘Safer at Home’ restrictions revealed amid COVID-19 surge
"Million people infected in two weeks. That's how fast the Corona virus is blitzing through the U. S population and in many states around the country, strict new measures are in place to try to stop the spread. We're going to check in on a few hot spots right now. A three week ban on outdoor dining goes into effect tonight here in Los Angeles County and the Board of Supervisors is considering another stay at home order. Joining us now is Jackie 40, a health reporter with KPCC and L. A. And and Jackie. What is the situation with the rise in cases here in L. A. I mean, we're experiencing a huge surge in new coronavirus cases across California. But like you said, particularly in L. A over the last week, we've broken daily case records. Multiple times. Health officials reported nearly 6200 cases just yesterday. Hospital beds are filling up and now unfortunately, we're seeing deaths really begin to rise over the last week on average, 28 people are reported dead every day. How Jackie, I wanna also ask you about some of the bands that are now going into effect. This outdoor dining band was nearly overturned yesterday in a really close vote 3 to 2 tell us a little bit about that. California has a color coded a reopening system based on Corbett infection rates, and since that was implemented by Governor Gavin Newsom of the summer L A has always been in the strictest here because we have been a hot spot. So indoor dining has not been allowed for months, but outdoor dining has, And now that we're seeing this new surgeon cases L. A county health officials decided to close outdoor dining for at least three weeks and restrict restaurants to take out and delivery. Only yesterday, the L. A Board of Supervisors had a very long spirited discussion about it after hearing from restaurant owners who say that it would just devastate the industry, and now there's no federal funding to help them out. The board eventually voted in favor after health officials said that it's been clear that people are just going to restaurants with folks outside of their immediate families, You know, taking their masks off to eat and therefore increasing the risk of new infections so that then will go into effect tonight at 10. And and there's also talk about of the stay at home order being floated with the 30 seconds. I have. What would that look like? Yeah, it's really designed to keep people in their homes as much as possible. So no gathering with anyone outside of your household. The order would really reduce capacity at places like stores K through 12 schools would continue a 20% capacity. They're really trying to find a sweet spot where they can keep people from gathering and spreading the virus, but still allows him retail stores to remain open. We don't know when it will go into a factor really, exactly where the details will be. Yeah. So much to watch for their That's Jackie 48 Health reporter with KPCC in Los Angeles, California Thank you so much. Thanks.
Pfizer says trials show its COVID vaccine "more than 90% effective"
"Promising promising news news on on a a possible possible Corona Corona virus. virus. Vaccine visor and partner beyond. Techs say their covert 19 vaccine is more than 90% effective. What that means is that in there phase three trials, this vaccine was Mohr effective at protecting people in the trial from getting covert than a placebo. Wass. It's good news, but safety data and FDA authorization are still required if it gets emergency authorization. Pfizer says it hopes to inject high risk individuals. Possibly as soon as the end of the year. Most health experts say. This is very encouraging. But for now, the best way to stop the spread of Corbett is to wear a mask. That's ABC. Sherry Preston Jr News
U.S. sets record in rising COVID-19 cases
"Corbett cases, hospitalizations and death surging across the U. S and the economy still down millions of jobs cut earlier this year, President Trump telling me Montoursville P. A crowd they will defeat the virus and better off today than you were four years ago with Obama. Governor Michelle on. Grisham says Kobe is out of control in New Mexico are urging people to stay home. Avoid gathering with others to celebrate Halloween. ABC is Trevor Ault. In Illinois. Hospitalizations have nearly doubled in the past few weeks, the governor ordering emergency shutdowns of many bars and restaurants, sparking lawsuits filed by dozens of restaurant owners in El Paso. Police say they won't be enforcing an order restricting businesses to essential operations despite a judge, saying the area is under siege by the deadly virus. As hospitals swell beyond capacity.
Virus Cases Are Up in New York City, But This Time, It’s Different
"Cases have been climbing steadily over the past two months in New York City and state, but well, local public health leaders are watching carefully, They say there's a hopeful wrinkle. So far, relatively few people are getting sick enough to go be hospitalized. Joining us now to discuss whether this is just the calm before the storm is WN, my health and government reporter Fred Mogul A friend. When you look at the trend lines of the number of new infections, whether it's in here, New Yorker or anywhere else, they do look pretty ominous. The number of people testing positive in New York has doubled over the past month. And he helped put that info into context for us. Sure, Sean, let's look at how many people were actually talking about here and how that's text upto what we're seeing in other states and what we saw in New York six months ago at the peak of the pandemic we currently have around 2500 people testing positive today. Compared to about 11,000 daily at the height of the surge in April, so you can see pretty quickly a fraction. This is in a state of 20 million. So that works out to about 10 people per 100,000. Not nothing. It's around the threshold. Governor Cuomo uses to put travellers from other states unnoticed that they'll need to quarantine when they come here. But we do know that New York is testing really aggressively close to 200,000 people a day now. So that is skewing our case. Count up quite a bit, too. Right? And isn't it that one of the reasons the hospitalization numbers are so important? Because we do hear people say that? Well, if cases air going up, that could just mean that we're testing Mohr. But hospitalizations basically adjust for the large number of people being tested and tells us just how serious Corbett is right. Exactly. Hospitalizations. More objective measure in a sense is not based on self selection. The way testing is On this count, New York has about six people hospitalized for every 100,000 residents in Connecticut. We're looking at nine New Jersey 12. Let's put that in context nationally. Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri. Their numbers are around 3500 in the Dakotas, Montana. It's in the thirties and forties per 100,000 so multiples of what we have These are new peaks for those states, and none of them are reporting. They're hostiles are getting close to overwhelmed. But even there again, nowhere near what we saw in this region at its peak in the spring, when we had more than 100, New Yorkers 100,000 hospitalized with Cove, it So what are people in hospitals here telling you, you know, they say things really are pretty quiet, maybe a a little from the lowest rates during the summer, but much, much less, of course, than what they saw in March in April. They are bracing for many more people to come in there doors, but they're cautiously optimistic. It won't be anywhere near as bad as they suffered six some odd months ago. Fred. How much of this in New York is because of a time lag because we know if you know you get tested for Corona virus and you're positive. It does take a while for that uptick in cases to actually generate more traffic into emergency rooms. Do you think that that is what's happening here? That could be part of it for sure, it's certainly among the reasons no one's resting on their laurels. No, we first started seeing these hot spots materialized with more cases in early September, hospitals were bracing then for another big wave on they've been bracing for it for weeks. And this increase it sounds big. You know when you say you're up 100%, but these real numbers actually again are relatively modest. Of course, the longer and hire these numbers climb, the more worrisome trend lines could become. But everyone's saying while we're nowhere near out of the woods yet, Ah, as long as we behave accordingly, we'll hopefully keep things Tamped down and relatively in control. So what does seem to account for this relatively modest increase in hospitalizations epidemiologist I spoke with also, they need to see more data, but they're a couple of very like the explanations. One is that the most vulnerable people in the elderly, the people with underlying health conditions, people in nursing homes in prisons by and large seemed to be relatively well protected, At least at the moment. Now there's been some large clusters in some upstate prisons. So far, those haven't lead to large scale hospitalizations, and the increase in cases does seem to be in relatively young and healthy populations. Another theory is that since mass cues and social distancing seemed to be fairly consistent in New York, that's helping quite a bit, and even when it's not completely preventing transmission, these measures are reducing it. So people are breathing in a much smaller dose of Corona virus, and that's leading them to develop either no symptoms or mild enough symptoms that they don't need to go to the hospital. Lastly, there has been some improvement in managing active Kobe cases outside the hospital, for instance, by monitoring people's oxygen and in figuring out ways to get them in and out of the hospital more quickly when they come in, and that also could be reducing the overall hospitalization rate. We've been talking to WN my C health reporter, Fred Mogul. Thank you so much, Fred. Thank you.
New Zealand Voters Approve Euthanasia but Reject Recreational Marijuana
"To have passed a measure that would legalize euthanasia in that country. Elections. Officials in New Zealand say they're still counting ballots from overseas. Separately, voters appear to have rejected a measure that would allow the recreational use of marijuana in New Zealand. I'm Corbett
Dallas County Reports 601 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Saturday, 3 Deaths
"County reported three deaths and 601 locations of Corbett 19. Saturday Tarrant County before it's four new deaths and 720 cases. Denton County checks in with 123 new cases and Collin County before one knew death and 111 new cases. Texas Top
Virginia voter registration extended after website crash
"Election. 2020 Virginia voters got an extra day this year to register to vote. Sabrina Marino of the Richmond Times. Dispatch joins us on this story, Sabrina Marino explained what happened yesterday that led to today's extension. Yeah. So you know, yesterday with the whirlwind, as with everything nowadays, it kind of started with the tweets. And so yesterday morning, the Virginia Department of Elections posted that Horizon Cable was cut near the headquarters of an agency that you know, provided technical support for various states. Entities, you know, including the Virginia Department of Health and Virginia Employment Commission and, of course, the Virginia Department of Elections. So, basically the elections website crashed, which meant that on the last day for Jenny residents coded register to vote, they couldn't online for several hours and then also impacted. Early in person voting with Freddie Starr's offices statewide, you know, fighting that they couldn't access the full books or verify voter eligibility, and even though it was prepared by 3 30 called it already mounted to extended registration deadline, which is something that the governor did not have the authority to do and said So in his briefing, and then hours later, a lawsuit was filed. How is that cable cut? So there was a roadside utilities project in Chesterfield County, and, you know, they released a statement kind of thing that it was quote. Inadvertently struck and there's not more information other than not, and they're saying it was an accident. And that roadside utilities project is a super installation. And that happened in the early morning yesterday and that part of you been in the works since May. And it was right next to the headquarters of the major agency. That kind of is the you know, the technical support for for a lot of state agencies. So their website crashed. You mentioned the governor's involvement here. How hard is it to change a voter registration deadline in the Old Dominion? So from what I've done will be gathered. It's pretty difficult and you know, they're the governor's legal counsel, said yesterday in the briefing that they don't have the authority to just change the registration deadline that is in, you know in the state coat and that on DH You know they were talking about how that is kind of litigation. It takes the courts and they couldn't violet themselves. They sighted legal procedures for that, and So it takes litigation where it takes the General Assembly and so happened back in 2016. There was a computer glitch right before the 2016 election also occurred. You know, in October and there was There's a lawsuit filed again and back then Virginians were given a 36 hour extension to register. But back then it was, you know, a plaintiff has to file the lost two and both times the lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under law was the person who filed it on behalf of you know, advocacy groups and people who kind of register to vote. Is there any way of finding out who tried to register yesterday and couldn't and to reach out to them or what's being done to let them know about the extension through tomorrow? Yeah, so right now we do not have You know specific numbers of how many people weren't able to vote. But the lawsuit was filed with the intent to explain how this is out of voters of control and that the website crashing impacted thousands of voters with a disproportionate impact on black, indigenous and Latino people. And so part of the lawsuit Also included that Register's office. State officials had to issue press releases by 11:38 A.m. this morning, you know, kind of for local writer Sharp to be notified of this order. And so that was also a part of what the federal judge ruled today was, you know? Yes, we're extending the deadline and Virginia 11 59 on Thursday, but You also have to issue project leases. And so that was a way to kind of push the state butt and make sure that you know registrars were aware that this extension was granted and that people could be registering to vote, You know, passed yesterday deadline. Was there Anybody arguing against the extension? So we haven't seen it yet? Of course. We were seeing new kind of change by the hour. But, you know, even Republicans were plotting decision and they weren't at the Sarah. We You know, having pushed back against the decision, but against Northern administration, they said that it was a failure of the states for letting this happen. And even the defendant, Virginia Department of Elections Commissioner this morning said that you know this kid eligible Virginia's additional time to register or update their current voter registration record, and in a statement, the Republican Party You know, kind of made a joke that was like, you know, make sure next time you call Miss Utility and so and then I've been different than other states. You know, in Florida, there was pushback when lost me. Their registration deadline was pushed and challenged in the courts. And but we're not really seeing that right now with Virginia, with the exception that the Republican Party Did say that it was Northern Administration's fault. And besides that I have not seen pushback otherwise is their efforts to ensure that the voter registration system isn't tied to one cable in the future. Or is that something we're expecting in the coming days and weeks? Yeah. So in the briefing yesterday, Some of the Northern administration was talking about how you know this cable would put on a 10 gigabyte circuit and it was placed in the spring due to Corbett because of the increased workload because of You know a lot of traffic, a lot of people working from home, so they needed a backup, but the back of To that was not strong enough. And with the innovation of people going to register online, you know the backup wasn't enough. And so that's what they were kind of explaining, And they said, you know that they're working on pushing. So in the event that something like this were to happen, the backup would be able T sustain it and so That's kind of where we're at right now. And and yeah, and that's why that's why they were thinking. All right. Next time. You need a better backup. Um, but us for next step. We haven't heard much on that. Sabrina Marino