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FDA: Take 3 home tests if exposed to COVID to boost accuracy

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 hrs ago

FDA: Take 3 home tests if exposed to COVID to boost accuracy

"Federal health officials say if you were exposed to COVID-19 take three home tests instead of two to make sure you're not infected I Norman hall The Food and Drug Administration had previously advised taking two rabbit antigen tests over two or three days to rule out infection but the agency now says new studies suggest the protocol may miss to many infections and could result in people spreading the coronavirus to others especially if they don't develop symptoms The new guidance applies to people without symptoms who think they might have been exposed People with symptoms can continue using two tests based 48 hours apart Antigen tests which are less sensitive than lab tests have become the standard testing approach due to their speed and convenience Norman hall Washington

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CDC drops quarantine, distancing recommendations for COVID

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 hrs ago

CDC drops quarantine, distancing recommendations for COVID

"Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relaxed its coronavirus guidelines The recommendation is being dropped that people quarantined themselves if they come into contact with an infected person You no longer need to stay at least 6 feet away from others It's part of a recognition by the CDC We know that COVID-19 is here to stay Greta masetti is an author of the guidelines She says conditions have changed High levels of population immunity due to vaccination and previous infection and the many tools that we have available to protect people from severe illness and death have put us in a different place with COVID-19 Masks continue to be recommended only in areas where community transmission is considered high The CDC is also dropping the recommendation schools do routine daily testing but it can be reinstated if there is a surge in infections I'm Ed Donahue

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WHO: COVID-19 deaths fall overall by 9%, infections stable

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

WHO: COVID-19 deaths fall overall by 9%, infections stable

"According to the latest weekly pandemic report released by the World Health Organization the number of coronavirus deaths has fallen by 9% in the last week while new cases remain relatively stable The UN health agency says there were more than 14,000 COVID-19 deaths in the last week and nearly 7 million new infections for western Pacific reported a 30% jump in cases while Africa reported a 46% drop as has the Americas in the Middle East WHO says new deaths rose in the Middle East were dropping significantly in Africa and less so in Europe and the Americas he'd however cautions is assessment of COVID-19 trends remains compromised by countries dropping many efforts and relaxing pandemic controls Charles De Ledesma London

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Biden leaves White House for the first time since getting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Biden leaves White House for the first time since getting COVID-19

"President Biden and his most recent COVID quarantine leaving The White House Sunday for the first time since becoming infected with the coronavirus last month Reporters yelled questions as Biden made his way to board marine one He said I'm feeling good The president was on his way to join First Lady Jill Biden at Rehoboth beach in his home state of Delaware Biden's doctor says the 79 year old tested negative for two straight days in a row and continues to feel well The president who is fully vaccinated and boosted had a rare rebound case of COVID after taking the antiviral packs livid Biden is scheduled to travel to flood ravaged eastern Kentucky Monday Meanwhile Johns Hopkins reports almost a 115,000 new

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Vegas-based rental firm faces probes over pandemic evictions

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Vegas-based rental firm faces probes over pandemic evictions

"A company that owns thousands of rental units in several states is facing investigation over pandemic evictions The sagal group based in Las Vegas says it operates lawfully in that it tries to run the most dignified rental housing business they can For the company is facing investigations announced by the state of Nevada and Clark county after a congressional oversight panel found company executives used deception and harassment to force tenants out while collecting millions of dollars in federal aid aimed at keeping people in their homes during the pandemic The House select subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis looked at several large property companies and described Siegel's practices as uniquely egregious with executives advising employees to replace the air conditioner of a past lieutenant with one that didn't work asking state child welfare officials to investigate them or having security knock on the door twice a night Nevada state attorney Aaron Ford characterized the report as shocking and disturbing I'm Jennifer King

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Germany announces new coronavirus measures for fall, winter

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Germany announces new coronavirus measures for fall, winter

"The German government says basic coronavirus requirements would remain in place during the coming fall and winter when experts expect COVID-19 cases to rise again as people spend more time indoors Face masks and presenting proof of a negative coronavirus test will be mandatory for October until early April at German hospitals nursing homes and similar institutions with vulnerable people while passengers on airplanes and making long distance trips by train and bus also will have to wear masks during that period The government too plans a full vaccination campaign health minister Karl lauterbach says Germany should be better prepared for the next coronavirus winter than in previous ones I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Kentucky man admits to coronavirus loan fraud scheme

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Kentucky man admits to coronavirus loan fraud scheme

"A Kentucky man is sentenced to almost three years in prison for a COVID relief loan scam David Christopher Lewis will also have to pay full restitution for using false pretenses to accept $370,000 in paycheck protection loans under a federal COVID assistance program The government forgives those loans if the money is used for payroll rent or other approved expenses In his plea agreement Lewis admitted to submitting fraudulent applications in 2020 for the loans on behalf of businesses related to a Comic-Con style event that he'd organized in previous years and about employment and payroll records I'm Julie Walker

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Dave fairy Yankees outfielder Aaron judge has become the second fastest player with 200 career home runs as he smacked his major league leading 42nd of the season in an 8 two pounding of the royals only Philadelphia's Ryan Howard has done it faster Judge is batting four 47 with 9 home runs in 21 RBIs in ten games since the all star break White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson was hit with a three game suspension and fine for making contact with an umpire on Friday Anderson played on Saturday after appealing the penalty Novak Djokovic is holding out hope that he'll be able to compete in the U.S. open despite not being vaccinated against the coronavirus The 21 time Grand Slam champion says on social media that he's been training as if he'll play it flushing Meadows Tony finau shot a 7 under 65 to match Taylor pendrith at 21 under through three rounds of the rocket mortgage classic Phenol is trying to become the first to win consecutive regular season tournaments in three years And Henrik stenson is the leader at the live event in New Jersey three shots ahead of Dustin Johnson I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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Biden tests positive for COVID-19, returns to isolation

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Biden tests positive for COVID-19, returns to isolation

"President Biden again is tested positive for COVID-19 The president has returned to isolation following his positive test Saturday White House physician doctor Kevin O'Connor says in a letter that Biden has experienced no reemergence of symptoms and continues to feel quite well Biden was just cleared three days ago to exit coronavirus isolation In accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines the president will reenter isolation for at least 5 days The agency says most rebound cases remain mild and that severe disease during this period has not been reported Mike Hempen Washington

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Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

"A Florida man accused of selling toxic bleach as a cure for the coronavirus has been extradited to the U.S. Mark Brennan the archbishop of the genesis two church of health and healing in Bradenton Florida had an appearance in Miami federal court Thursday almost two years after he was arrested in Colombia He's the latest to face charges for peddling ineffective or downright dangerous substances as medicines to cure COVID-19 Officials say the church manufactured promoted and sold chlorine dioxide as a miracle mineral solution that could cure a vast variety of ailments ignored court orders to stop and threaten to federal judge The substance turns into a toxic industrial bleach when ingested Granite and his sons Jonathan Jordan and Joseph were indicted on one count each of conspiracy to commit fraud and two counts each of criminal contempt The trial is set to begin September 12th in Miami I am Jennifer King

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Los Angeles County avoids new mask rule as COVID stabilizes

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Los Angeles County avoids new mask rule as COVID stabilizes

"Los Angeles County is holding off on an indoor mask mandate for now two weeks ago health director Barbara farrar said Los Angeles County could require indoor masks again under CDC criteria as hospital coronavirus admissions trended upward But Thursday officials were able to Dodge imposing a broader mask mandate for now reporting that infections and rates of hospitalizations have stabilized for R says COVID-19 rates in LA have declined since July 23rd so while the county remains at the high level of community transmission it could drop to a medium level in coming weeks The county still requires masks in some indoor spaces like healthcare facilities and public transportation county supervisor Catherine barger says she's hopeful they can return the focus to promoting vaccines treatments and the benefits of masking while leaving the decision in the public's hands I'm Jennifer King

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Author Steven Mosher Explains How China Breeds Pandemics

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Author Steven Mosher Explains How China Breeds Pandemics

"A major work is out now. I love these politically incorrect guides. I have learned an immense amount from them. And you have now a written when was it published just this week last week last month, the on off the presses, the publication date was this week, and so the politically incorrect guy to pandemics. I love it. There's no doubt it is now on my list to read because it's you and because it's the subject. So give me, give me some examples of a politically incorrect take on pandemics. Well, first of all, people need to know that China is the great breeding ground of pandemics, especially under the Chinese Communist Party. That back in 1958, there was something called the Asian fluid killed a million people around the world. Why? Because when it originated in South China in the province of guizhou in the southwest of China, the Chinese Communist Party covered it up. It did not see fit to notify the World Health Organization that there was a dangerous new virus on the loose, the tens of thousands of Chinese were dying. And it became a pandemic and spread around the world. Only later did genetic evidence trace it back to China. A far too late to do any good in terms of curbing the pandemic. Same thing happened again. Same playbook, 1967, 68, with what was called the Hong Kong flu. Now, Dennis, it wasn't the Hong Kong flu. It was the Mainland China flu, the people of Hong Kong were furious at being having it mislabeled. But China did the same thing. The Chinese Communist Party did not notify the World Health Organization, covered up the epidemic, let it spread around the world until over a million people died. But the real, the real troubling episode and the one that should have clued us into the danger from China as the great breeding ground of pandemics happened in 2002, 2003. This was the SARS one coronavirus epidemic. We're living through the SARS two. SARS one happened. I began in November 16th of 2002, when a snake cellar in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong became ill with a coronavirus, a snake coronavirus, in that case, not a bad coronavirus. And he died fairly quickly after that. Thousands of people died in China in the months following. And what did China do? The Chinese Communist Party hid the breakout of this deadly coronavirus. It silenced whistleblowers. It did not notify the World Health Organization, and it was only when Canadian intelligence thank God, Canadian intelligence services picked up wire transmissions in China about the spread of a dangerous new virus that the world went to China and said, what's going on and China belatedly admitted that it had an epidemic on its hands

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The Disturbing Revelations From Deborah Birx's New Book

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

The Disturbing Revelations From Deborah Birx's New Book

"Deborah birx. You remember in Deborah birx. She was a kind of, along with Fauci, the most visible face of the CDC in the immediate aftermath of COVID. And Deborah Brooks has a new book out, and she also has been doing some medium with the book. Now the book was in itself has some disturbing revelations. At one point, Deborah works in the book. Admits that she got data and she says that she devised a quote strategic slight of hand in other words, a tactical mechanism of deceit, in fact she even uses the word subterfuge. At one point she writes quote, this wasn't the only bit of subterfuge I had to engage in. So she is manipulating the data, both to get around other people in the Trump administration and specifically Scott Atlas, who was the coronavirus czar, if you will. But she's also manipulating the data to exercise greater control over what the American public does. She's trying to get the American public to do things where if she will forthright with the data, they may not want to do.

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Global stocks, oil prices higher before likely US rate hike

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Global stocks, oil prices higher before likely US rate hike

"I'm Julie Walker another sharp interest rate hike is expected by the Federal Reserve today as the Central Bank continues an aggressive campaign to cool surging inflation The fed is expected to announce an increase of up to three quarters of a percentage point in its benchmark interest rate triple its usual margin following the wrap up of its two day meeting today That would put the fed's benchmark rate in a range of two and a quarter to two and a half percent The highest since 2018 before the coronavirus pandemic investors worry such aggressive action by the fed and other central banks in Europe and Asia to control inflation that is at multi decade highs might derail global economic growth Julie Walker New York

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New studies bolster theory coronavirus emerged from the wild

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

New studies bolster theory coronavirus emerged from the wild

"More than 1000 Lufthansa flights have been canceled due to a one day strike by the airlines German ground staff affecting tens of thousands of passengers in the latest travel turmoil to hit Europe About 134,000 passengers have had to change their travel plans or cancel them altogether according to the German news agency DPA dozens of connections have already been had already been canceled on Tuesday the verd dive service workers union announced the strike on Monday as it seeks to raise pressure on Lufthansa in negotiations on pay for about 20,000 employees of logistical technical and cargo subsidiaries of the airline a Lufthansa spokesman has criticized the strike as harmful I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Biden improves 'significantly,' throat still sore from COVID

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden improves 'significantly,' throat still sore from COVID

"President Biden continues to improve significantly despite a lingering sore throat from his coronavirus infection according to an update Sunday from his doctor Biden's doctor says the president is responding to therapy as expected and continues taking the antiviral paxil vid White House virus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha says that helps reduce the chance of severe illness He's doing better thankfully because he's vaccinated boosted getting treated He tested positive Thursday it's unclear who gave him the BA 5 variant of the omicron strain of COVID He's been meeting with people He's been meeting with Americans And so it's going to be very difficult to trace back and figure out who gave it to him That audio courtesy Fox News Sunday so far no one the 79 year old president has been close to has COVID He's been isolating officials say he could be back in public Wednesday if he tests negative I'm Julie Walker

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Biden feeling 'much, much better' after COVID diagnosis

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden feeling 'much, much better' after COVID diagnosis

"President Joe Biden is feeling much better after testing positive for the coronavirus according to The White House COVID response coordinator Doctor Ashish says the 79 year old president is getting rest and had a good weekend so far He's doing better thankfully because he's vaccinated boosted getting treated Biden continues taking the oral antiviral paxil which is readily available and free in the U.S. jha says Biden has the dominant BA 5 variant of the omicron strain which has been going around but it's unclear who gave him COVID He tested positive Thursday He's been meeting with people He's been meeting with Americans And so it's going to be very difficult to trace back and figure out who gave it to him Doctor Jo says the president could resume his schedule Wednesday if he tests negative so far no one close to him including the First Lady has tested positive 17 people have been identified as having been a close contact None of them have tested positive Doctor Jos spoke on Fox News Sunday I'm Julie Walker

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Doctor: Biden likely has highly contagious COVID-19 strain

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Doctor: Biden likely has highly contagious COVID-19 strain

"President Biden likely contracted the highly contagious BA 5 variant of the coronavirus spreading rapidly through the U.S. according to The White House Biden's doctor reports the president now has body aches and a sore throat but his isolating and recovering and continues on the oral antiviral treatment packs Levin His blood pressure and respiratory rate remain entirely normal and his oxygen levels are excellent with no shortness of breath at all according to his doctor Biden tested positive Thursday and preliminary sequencing of the virus indicated BA 5 which is an offshoot of the omicron strain that emerged late last year It's believed to be responsible for the majority of COVID cases in the country I'm Julie Walker

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

"With viruses for again longer than Homo sapiens even been on the planet and so they've they developed some trips on you know. So we're starting to learn what what some of those evolutionary tricks are. So for example, bats don't show signs of disease because they don't to SOM- viruses make pro inflammatory cytokine response and Aaron J as part of his PhD thesis when he was in the University Scotch on found an element a negative Regulatory Element. Upstream. of corn planetary kind. And so when he was able to prove that by now if he takes that. and He puts it in front of the human pro inflammatory clad kind. Virus infection does not make that chrome planetary declined, and if he takes that sequence away from bat now they make prone until recited kinds. So we're starting to learn what some of those really small subtle differences are. So the pro inflammatory cytokines kinds are the ones that are causing this the presentation of the symptoms in. Any of the animals are infected is that am I getting that right? Yeah. A lot of I mean a lot of Tyne. -sarily, come to the virus per se they succumb to it the same thing with influenza like the Spanish influenza you hear about sight a kind storm. You know. So it's an overactive immune response and it's usually the pro inflammatory cytokines and then they have you know negative Kuala. If if you have an overactive grown flaming planetary cited time response, you want some information. But some right it has to be controlled. So you know and and so you know bats don't show finds of disease because they don't have you know the they're not making the trump clamato recited, but they can still be diseased. Than if they're not if they don't have a inflammatory response, but still harbor the virus do they do you classify them as having the disease or not? Depends on what your definition of. So they don't have. They have the virus they don't have the disease. That's true I guess the. So. We have very little time left and I think. This will be our final question. So just to wrap up. For the proteins are encoded by SARS COV to how How many do we know the function of out of those genes or proteins? and..

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

"I'm actually glad you brought up the ethnic differences. So in some of the countries that do have a diverse population, we we've seen differences in outcomes for patients of different ethnicities. Do we know if that's related to? Genetic factors or is that something else? You that's where it becomes I. Don't think we know enough yet if it's strictly genetics. but there's there's so many different say and this is this is why for not just a viral infection with a lot of different diseases. You know you always try to understand what are the underlying factors in some cases it's genetic in some cases it's environmental. You know in some case, you know there there's all diet. you know there's so many different and it's usually multifactorial. So it's it's. It's rare that you can look at you know an infection or disease and say it due to one factor. It's usually due to a multiplicity of factors That makes sense they I don't think there is enough data out there to make conclusive statement about that but it is something that is very. Odd I haven't seen this before for Some of the other vice that we've encountered Let me just look at some of the questions that we've got coming in. I see one of these questions I. Again, I think we've sort of tackled it, but if you could briefly expand on it. How do we know that this virus came from bats or another particular species? So the reason. So for one bat again, bathroom really interesting and they harbor. You know many many many different types of artists in bars families. And? There are actually papers from I. Think even before the original SARS, Corona Virus broke in two thousand and three bat where they had started sequencing and identified different viruses and different species You know there are some papers even before the original SARS outbreak that had found corona viruses, and by that, you know had very high like in the ninety percent similarity to some of the human current viruses. In so And this. You know certainly happened not just with SARS but some of the other Abullah Virus Marburg virus again sequences found in In in. That have and this is historic. So you know there's even a Egyptian tomb bat. So again from thousands of years and they they, they were able to get enough to sequence some viral sequence from an Egyptian tomb bat, and in one of the proteins I think it was the preliminaries. That fragments and it was only a fragrant fragment that they sequence One. Hundred percent identical. To. You know. So so again you know we know bats Har have harbored you know corona viruses and for an that have been you know for for millions and millions years. you know they're one of the most diverse the Malian species known so they have. harboured. The viruses for longer than Homo sapiens even been on the planet. So again, good evidence about the origin of where these viruses and pain from. It's very interesting You mentioned that have been harboring these viruses for a long time what about the bat immune system makes it possible to sort of be a reservoir for these viruses, but then not show any pathogenicity or symptoms because of it. So again, part of it I think is because bats are so as a as a specie or the you know the order I think there's something like fourteen hundred different species about. you know they've been interacting with viruses for millions and millions and millions of years. So they've learned how to deal.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

"What type of host cells human cells can this virus even get into and replicated obviously lung cells because it's a, it's the respiratory tract infection. By you know clinically, they've also seen gastrointestinal sequoia and other clinical fines. So becomes really important to understand you know what are the different cell types human cell types that the virus can either enter into. Replicate in and spread from, and then how do those cells respond to? They have a pro inflammatory response because body gun contributes to symptoms that we see clinically. Can the virus get into immune cells because as we know from HIV viruses that can get into and potentially kill immune cells has huge implications for the immune response immune system. So. We're really interested in you know not just what cell types but how did those cells respond? How does the virus counter respond? And you know from that, you know we can. We can help come up with some good model systems. So is there a good lung model system? Is there a good got model system? So then and if we can get the model systems working, then we can work with colleagues who are very good at drug development for drug development is not our expertise, but we have colleagues that are fantastic strength. But they need to be able to test their drugs or the combination of drugs in a model system. So that's where the collaboration on ensued. What. Model System does your lab axiom play. I know arrange as a specialist in a bat and understanding viruses in bats what kind of model system do work within the LOB. We've been working with a lung system lung cells were just starting to We have a new post doctoral fellow in the lab that has expertise in got in making organized three D culture systems. So again, that better recapitulate, you know what happens these three the organized systems better recapitulate what happens in a in an Oregon in an individual. So we're setting up a number even with human cells of wargin weighed system. And and we are interested in in bath for you know for a for a different reason. But we it's thought that this virus evolved initially from. And we know that that can harbor a whole variety of viruses and they don't get sick. But yet they're very similar test with her immune system so we want to understand. What are those subtle differences and? Basically, what do bats know that we don't know and how and once we understand what those small changes are how can we then use our modern technologies? To to really recreate the outcomes of those changes so that you know we can use the same trick..

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

"So it is that that I'm the most interested in. A and as you said there so many viruses and millions that we probably haven't sequenced or discovered yet. So. Can you explain the difference between? What Corona viruses and some of the other common viruses that we do encounter. So. There's a as you mentioned a huge favor. So the viruses not just in their structure on. So there's diversity in their structure as to what the source of their genetic material is. It aren as DNA is single stranded is a double stranded also the diversity in size complexity you know some viruses code for few as five or six proteins. Some viruses code for hundreds of protein. there's diversity and the simplicity of their structure. Some are just the genetic material and team coat I'm have. you know they they bring in proteins and nucleic acids from their hosts. They have a protein coat potentially and envelope. So there's just Huge diversity in in structure, but also huge diversity in the types of. mammals or in or reptiles that they in fact. So how is the corona virus different? Specifically, how was source code two different from? What would make novel? There are in the coronavirus family again is diverse. There's corona viruses that infect many different types of species. there are four human current viruses bat most people have been infected with its estimated up to You know thirty percents of the common cold nearly common cold. It are due to one of these sports human corona viruses. So what makes SARS Kobe to NBA original SARS. Corona virus You know probably more interesting is that they didn't. Originate in in humans so You know they were they were able to jump species into human. So of course, as soon as you disrupt but virus toast evolution, you see much more devastating effects whereas you know people will be infected with a a human corona viruses that have been involved with humans for many many years and it causes. To no symptoms and common cold, and that's just because the these evolved humans and because of this evolution, they've sort of come to a balance between the infectivity, the lethality, and that's not the case for these viruses that jump species. Is that decade that right? That's absolutely correct. So when a when a common virus has evolved. In human. Not. Only does the human recognized the virus and know how to respond to that particular virus. The virus also have had to respond you know to the immune response of particular host. So when all of a sudden now you have. A virus that has jumped species. the the virus, know how to to replicate because it has replicated in other species. But if the human immune system has never seen that virus, it hasn't generated.

"coronaviruses" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on WTVN

"You need to know coronaviruses shaken up everyone and having to shelter in place as freight a lot owners but there is some light at the end of the tunnel Dr Murray Colin an epidemiologist who specializes in infectious diseases says the social distancing is a pain but it does work social distancing quarantines separated from people this is what finally broke the operating China the very first rule it's what worked in Singapore as a working career and there's more good news Colin says once you've had corona virus you're not likely to get it again if you test positive with everybody that's a good thing that means you probably aren't infected now but you has been inspected that means you're meeting so we gonna put back on the work force if we know that you're at a body positive you're safe from grown large Dr Cohn also former CDC and W. H. O. executive reminds us to keep in mind this too shall pass go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for all the latest news and information about corona virus news traffic weather sports and the big story with cool Riley on six ten WTVN six thirty seven it is Joel Riley Wednesday morning April first so happy hump day happy April fools day probably not much joking but Hey you know if you see a light moment and you think you make somebody smile I say go for it just no no pandemic angst today please that seems like that would be very poorly received by most people I would think we know two hundred twenty eight cases of Kobe nineteen now in Columbus and cross Worthington so central Ohio dealing with it but the numbers still relatively small specially when you put in the context of New York California Italy things like that right Facebook pitching in to help media outlets who are suffering financial issues because of the corona virus pandemic social media site announcing earlier this week it's your marked a hundred million dollars to keep U. S. and Canadian news agencies afloat during the crisis they say it's two weeks after Facebook donated one million to the same because they say all journalists are working around the clock under very difficult circumstances keep us informed at the same time their news organizations are struggling because of the epic economic fallout from the outbreak so thank you for that in fusion of cash with the spread of corona virus spreading throughout the world many want to know whether or not the deadly virus will go away as summer approaches right well the risk of transmission of sickness does decrease in the summer Dr mark Lipsett church believes this summer alone will not shrink the spread the corona virus but it may decrease the number of cases he also says if we let social distancing if we let up on it before a large fraction of the population is immune there could be a second peak of infections in the fall Dr live search other doctors do agree social distancing makes a difference but the threat of coronavirus coming back is always top of mind now there are a lot of people are like okay I know my supposed to be out but I need some groceries going to head to the store Hey I'm going to go through the drive through pick up a little grub are we safe with that according to Benjamin Chapman who is a food safety specialist at North Carolina state you should be okay Dr Angela Rasmussen Columbia University also thanks for take out orders are good in fact Rasmuson says if the virus is ingested your stomach would actually get rid of it yes she also says the highest chance of contracting the corona virus would be face to face interaction with the person delivering your food however if you do go to the grocery store doctor suggest you wipe down can the and wrapped foods no not too heavy on that because you don't want that a bleach wiper that stuff to get into your food you know that's not healthy either so just do your due diligence mostly they keep your hands washed and don't touch your face and you should be pretty good we know Google has launched a corona virus screening tool the site started mid last month they're already providing testing to four counties in California they say all you have to do is have a Google account so the company can get a hold of your health data new technology has the stamp of approval from federal and state governments so they are working diligently on that it's interesting to just how different people are reacting what different people are doing celebrities seem largely to be doing their best I see Dolly Parton has a new video series out it's entitled good night with Dolly it features her reading aloud from kids books on Thursday evenings the series is going to launch tomorrow seven o'clock has a YouTube channel from Parton's imagination library and they say it will run for ten weeks if you want to gather the kids.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOMO

"Coronaviruses claimed over four thousand American lives one hundred ninety thousand confirmed cases and a very painful two weeks are still to come that bleak assessment coming from president trump Bob Costantini explains the reality of what experts say maybe how many deaths coronavirus could bring the president went doctor Deborah Berke deliver the stunning numbers she showed a slide of a projection of one and a half to two million deaths in the United States without any kind of changing how Americans go about their lives but even with such mitigation as the experts call it Americans need to brace themselves down to one hundred to two hundred thousand deaths which is still way too much you've made it that much harder for the president to try to be optimistic after having studied it so hard you start seeing some real light at the end of the tunnel but this is going to be a very painful very very painful two weeks the health experts say the numbers need not be that high if just about everybody buckles down to prevent further spread it was perhaps the one corona virus task force briefing that if they've heard it entirely would guard Americans for the struggle still to come this case numbers and death tolls rise it's a matter of life and death frankly it's a matter of life and death I know our citizens will rise to the occasion and they already have sacrificed a lot Tuesday marked the end of the White House has fifteen days to stop the spread campaign the guidelines for social distancing were actually re upped on Sunday for all of April the president still not wanting a national stay home order and task force coordinator Dr Dever works suggesting the standard guidelines are still the best what would happen if people weren't careful every day to wash their hands and worry about touching their faces that what an extraordinary thing this could be if every American followed these of course the president is still focused on how to get the economy going again somewhere down the road and to that end there wasn't outreach to some on Capitol Hill as the day went on president trump tweeted that he'd watch the morning show he usually doesn't like quote to see what Nancy Pelosi had to say and what moves she was planning to further hurt our country actually other than her usual complaining that I'm a terrible person she wasn't bad in quote the president imposing not spoken in six months since the start of the impeachment process coronavirus relief packages were negotiated between policy and White House aides an hour after the tweet about pelo see Mr trump sent out with interest rates for the United States being in zero this is the time to do our decades long awaited infrastructure bill it should be a very big and bold two trillion dollars occasional attempted infrastructure bills have faltered during the trump administration usually over the cost and how to pay but Constantini Washington it's ten after news science focused on the virus has caused the centers for disease control and prevention to issue new guidance on who qualifies as a close contact Jim Roope takes a look Los Angeles county public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says that's a bit complicated but what hasn't changed first is that a close contact as someone who's been within six feet of an infected person for at least ten minutes now as far as the rest so in the past the close contact with somebody who came in contact with the case while the case was symptomatic so I got I got sick I had symptoms a whole bunch of you were around me the day I had symptoms we work really closely together we live together you're all my close contacts CDC is clean change the definition to acknowledge that you're a close contact if you have had contact with a positive or presumed positive person within forty eight hours of that person beginning to experience symptoms so now if I find out I'm positive today I have to look back at the last two days and determine who is in close contact with me even before I had symptoms and then I have to contact all those folks because they now need to go self quarantine because they're considered a close contact now Dr Ferrer says it's based on emerging new science that many of already suspected from well nearly the start but it's now acknowledged in some you know welcome back with some well known science and research studies that they are in fact is the possibility for people to infect other people before they show any signs of symptoms and that's why we're now going back forty eight hours from the time somebody has some symptoms to identify what may be the close contacts of a person who is positive and or presumed positive and even if you are told you will not be tested but you show symptoms you have to contact everyone you've been around for the past two days gym group Los Angeles twelve past coming up diplomacy grateful but once more and soon the morning returns after these messages texting and rolls you into reoccurring automated text messages message and data rates may apply come on one more rep you got this there it is nice work in Europe thanks man I feel better than I have in years and.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A big party box of grip us because you never know how long this will last coronavirus what you need to know coronaviruses shaken up everyone and having a shelter in place as freight a lot owners but there is some light at the end of the tunnel Dr Marie Cullen an epidemiologist who specializes in infectious diseases says the social distancing is a pain but it does work social distancing quarantine separately from people this is what finally broke the operating China the very first rule it's what worked in Singapore and it'll work in Korea and there's more good news Colin says once you've had corona virus you're not likely to get it again if you test positive without a body that's a good thing I mean you probably aren't infected now but you has been inspected that means your meat so who we gonna put back on the work force if we know that you're at a body positive you're safe from grown large Dr Cohn also former CDC and W. H. O. executive reminds us to keep in mind this too shall pass go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for all the latest news and information about coronavirus welcome back seven hundred WLW with because let's face it if you were with me today I just be some guys sit in a room babbling to himself and I don't need to leave home to do that oftentimes in life were presented with something that we're not expecting and I think that speaks for what we're going through as a society right now with the corona virus some people claim they saw it coming others saw it coming maybe earlier than that certainly we did not get good nor valid no or friendly information from China about that we're slowly learning that lesson as as we feel our way around how to navigate through these tough times but but that's it you got to deal with it you've got to make something happen because if if you don't then you lose opportunity and from challenge comes opportunity and I think it's going to be more than evidence tonight at nine o'clock at nine o'clock tonight it was supposed to be the I heart media awards it was supposed to be one giant auditorium I think in Vegas I'm not sure but you would have in excess of twenty thousand people inside this building well obviously that was not going to happen so what do you do what do you do when you had all of the stars who were supposed to be performing what do you do for a television network that was expecting two hours of primetime programming what do you do what do you have that kind of an event and you can't stage I think this is absolute genius and I'm not saying this because I'm sitting here talking on an I heart radio station I'm saying it because I think it's true tonight rather than this grand award show that could not be pulled off tonight the folks at at I heart media have figured out how to get around all of that in tonight at nine o'clock on.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hours coronaviruses now infected a total of four hundred and nine people in LA county at least five people have died younger people while they may have a a better outcome if they're healthy are in fact one of the largest not groups of people that we have tested who are positive the only county department of public health director Barbara Ferrer says the median age for all cases in the county is forty seven officials also say the Sheraton Fairplex hotel in Pomona will provide temporary housing for people with covert nineteen to close medical facilities in southern California are opening their doors to fight the corona virus pandemic Saint Vincent Medical Center in the west like district closed about three months ago after one hundred sixty four years in business governor Newsom says part of thirty million dollars in emergency funds will go toward re opening Saint Vincent and converting the three hundred eighty one bad Medical Center into a culvert nineteen treatment facility part of the emergency funds will be used to open up community hospital in Long Beach it closed in twenty eighteen the hospital will take in patients from other hospitals to free up space for corona virus patients community hospital has one hundred fifty three beds Amy king KFI news Santa Monica has announced it's closing all of its beach parking lot the decision is effective immediately treasury treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says the corporate coronavirus stimulus bill will provide an average family a lot of money and help small businesses get two weeks of cash flow to pay your workers you need to retain them are you also get some overhead and if you do that those loans will be forgiven we need to send the payment to families as a one time thing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says an agreement on a coronavirus stimulus package is very close this is about direct assistance to the American people at the small businesses to hospitals and others who are in need Connell said the time has come for lawmakers to make a decision about what they'll support is key negotiators were still talking about issues that are causing some disagreement but he says the goal is to pass the measure tomorrow Utah senators Mike Lee and that Romney had decided to self quarantine due to being exposed to the corona virus by senator rand Paul who has tested positive for the illness Romney in Lee recently had contact with Paul on Capitol Hill Paul the first member of the U. S. Senate to test positive for the virus but his office says he's not showing any symptoms we had a crash and a girl on the one on one that is on the southbound side just before lost hills and earlier multi car crash is now starting to clear to the right shoulder still looking at some slow traffic approaching in Vernon seven ten north between Atlantic in the five three left lanes are closed until eleven PM for a work sound intone pass will get a signaller is on the fifteen south after Oak Hill the right lane is blocked due to a stalled semi on Jackie Loper can't find this kind of get you there faster your soggy forecast next I was a ten year old boy holding a flashlight for my dad while he worked on an air conditioner for a customer his name is Duncan Goodrich he didn't talk much but there's a certain kind of magic that happens when the sun hold the flashlight.

"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For coronaviruses based on overnight testing of twenty specimens Denver officials are working to keep the public healthy at this point Denver still has to presumptive positive cases of covert nineteen still more cases are likely in the days ahead the mayor has ordered a partial activation of the office of emergency services he's also asking restaurants the pose at their entrances signs reminding people to wash their hands and at this point this St Patrick's day parade this coming weekend is still on in Denver jury bell K. O. A. news radio all street executives are reportedly being invited to the White House for a midweek meeting about the coronavirus fears about the virus continuing to hit global financial markets in a series of tweets today the president said the U. S. stock market is in turmoil because of the news media and an oil feud between Russia and Saudi Arabia he noted that lower gas prices should please U. S. consumers right now consumers not so pleased with Wall Street the Dow industrials down over seven and a half percent losing two thousand thirty nine points right now the S. and P. five hundred off by two hundred twenty five points and the nasdaq down five hundred eighty eight two U. S. troops are dead in the fight against Islamic state militants the of mission that led to the deaths of the soldiers happened yesterday in the north central Iraq a statement says an enemy forces killed those troops the names of the soldiers have not been released our next news update at one o'clock and Susan would get on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM adds ninety four one FM our check on traffic with Rick Morgan a big backup on turnpike westbound due to a couple of crashes the first one happened westbound at church range a hundred fourth block on the left side of the highway in a rollover crash in the back of just west of shared and making a really tough drive right now making your way through that stretch between Denver boulder eastbound lanes unaffected rest of highway driving good shape will credible S. bound to seventy Vasquez but that's it the rest of the drive is up to speed.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on WTVN

"Coronaviruses affect on the world economy spurring a twenty five percent drop in crude oil prices gasoline and diesel fuel trading about twenty cents a gallon lower with cases cropping up in more locales lawmakers and citizens are growing frustrated with seeming confusion at the White House state under pressure to deal with the growing crisis turning to the federal government for help getting inconsistent messages from the president and his team on testing and protocol the president tweeting we have a perfectly coordinated and fine tuned plan at the White House for our attack on the corona virus ABC's Stephanie Rameau's with at least twenty one coronavirus cases the grand princess cruise ship is set to dock in Oakland California today the sickest to be hospitalized all other passengers to be taken to military bases for quarantine Virginia's legislature passed measures that will undo state law and allow local governments to decide the fate of Confederate monuments several say they'll remove the statues Richard Cantu ABC news real pleasure to welcome back to the show built Lafayette course bill local economist of note founder of region now makes you can see more on that region omics dot com bill how are you this morning good morning it's region omics LLC regional makes LLC I'll make the correction and thank you for the update I want to talk to you a little bit about the Arnold classic not so much about the body building and all the supplements but really about the economic impact you know we've we've got several big events that come to town a quarter horse Congress probably being the big one you know the good guys nationals when all the cars run around town but the Arnold classic definitely has some some meat to it when it comes to pump money into the local economy with the moves from the mayor and the governor kind of shut it down and walk me through what kind of numbers are you equating with the people not coming to town for this bill what we have about two hundred thousand attendees and if you assume that may be sixty percent of those attendees are coming from out of town it would be an impact along the lines of may be forty to forty five million dollars and that is that's just assuming that they spend a little bit more than what a typical visitor would spend in Columbus okay so you you play that forward you know you look at the average pub bar night spot anywhere near downtown you look at hotels in probably a fifteen twenty mile radius and all that that's a big bite it is a big pipe but you have to remember that this is a hundred twenty nine billion dollar economy and so we're talking about point zero three point zero four percent of the Columbus area kami so with the Columbus annual economies a hundred twenty nine billion dollars yes our gross domestic product will still like really so nobody's losing major sleep over this nobody's like I'm not gonna make but not this year because the Arnold classic got canceled well there are certainly people who played in lots of supplies and lots of inventory assuming that they'd have a lot of visitors and those folks we'll see a big bite but I mean in the overall context the economy as a whole is going to be okay but there are certainly businesses that cater to visitors who could see significant loss that seems to be the way it is with this coronavirus deal airlines travel and tourism seem to be so far the entities that are impacted the most absolutely but if if you think about off say a hundred twenty hundred thirty thousand people coming to town there's certainly a chance that one or more of those folks is going to be infected they could infect dozens and the economic impact of that could be a whole lot more significant yes I do walk me through I mean I don't know if you've done modeling or what but if if something like that were to creep into Columbus have you done any studies economic studies on on what that might mean to the city overall no I haven't there are many many numbers that I would have to get and I I certainly haven't gotten them yeah well I mean you look at what's going on like in Washington state in the Seattle area I would imagine people whether it's for pleasure or business that see what's going on there and even though they're nowhere close on a daily basis two we know where that outbreak is happening people right just say I'm not going to risk it I'm not going there certainly and folks here living in Columbus might decide well I'm not going out to that restaurant I'm not going to that movie I'm not going to go bowling people just kind of cocoon yeah and they stop spending money and that impact could be really really big yes let me expand in because you just said moments ago that the Columbus economy a hundred twenty nine billion dollars of what I'd like to top couple of things with the leaders in that economy here in town the leaders are are certainly the banks the insurance company state government O. S. U. I mean you could come up with that list as easily as I can it's it's the it's the businesses that really bring dollars into the economy and then pay employees who go out and spend that money yeah engine generally you know if you're earning it here you're buying large spending it here to bill it took to a large degree yeah you certainly take money outside two when you go traveling when you buy from Amazon but then there are other folks who bring money in and if if somebody in Mansfield buys from Amazon it's a good chance that their purchase is going to come from here or go through here yeah.

"coronaviruses" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

14:08 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Coronaviruses mornings on the mall this morning five nine on W. M. A. L. each other's sentences Gary McNamara early on a radio really yes eight six six ninety right I he's Erik I'm very welcome to the show all right I I I must have played this a hundred times yesterday I don't know why because it's so bad but it's actually good all right in and I saw it on on Twitter and retweeted it so you can find it Gary Wright I one Ecurie right I won so yeah all right you ready yeah okay I does this is I don't it's a it's it looks like it's in some kind of very small auditorium maybe some type of college god classroom you know you're running the quote college classrooms with the loop you know Leah arena I guess eating right right right and it looks like probably only a hundred and fifty people in there but they're all they're all dancing to this song while holding up Mike Bloomberg signs and I guess I N. and I had lined it doing some analysis on Bloomberg's failed campaign and searching for marketing mistakes and one of them would be allowing this video to be released we'll play the audio part for you and you'll be able to get an idea of just how wrong this was you know that's how you win the American Samoa right the I don't know what he's that's running that's still in the race to pay attention I won't I in fact the president he could learn from that are you kidding me that's weird and you've got to see them all I mean there's a death it's like it's it's like we've just flash back to the seventies just the move I mean it's the most it's the most uncomfortable we say rhythm type of movement from the they are the students or the they're all young they're all young right right and I'm watching this going you've got to be kidding me it it just it was just it was funny and I guess it's the it's the way to and I want to play one more time so I I I look at you know you're ready yeah yeah yeah yeah you you wanted again yeah may I well you the the DJ the DJ DJ crappy crap he fired he was fired immediately are you kidding me art it was it was better than him licking his fingers it was a better video the well well it okay but it's right up there with Tom's diner onstage what what the hell's wrong with billionaires I'm fine with Bernie on this ride with worn on this we don't need billion Hey we're coming with the stereo type well billionaires are odd and the people that follow them up if you want them to be presided odd I know one that's not that sometimes is a little bit quirky sometimes he tweets sometimes he made but I don't see him doing this no hi all right let me liberal billionaire hurts me qualify that you know I'm from queens yeah the outlook they mess with people exactly that's all that you know you get it here's here's the thing too you notice that the left always need someone else to carry them on the stage trump carries himself yeah it's true there's nobody on that stage that's gonna out trump trump there's nobody on that stage that he needs okay Thomas fire he needed somebody to make it look cool Bloomberg meals around reared the round end yeah and you know they yeah Bernie needs at least of most of the members of Public Enemy sorry did you see what I can flavor Flav was yes on Twitter is like Chuck what do you what are you doing man I'm it was weird because he said something to the effect of you tweeted something to the effect openly on Twitter that you know we've been we've been partners for a long time and you can't just somebody out because they don't hold the same political view now I don't know if if if lave is on the trump train or not but I mean it was it but he made a point is that the only thing I did was I asked the campaign to quit using the song and and and promoting that the entire group I guess was going to be there at an event I don't I don't know what it was and he said that's that's the only thing I don't think actually I don't think it's about a song I think was about the way they promoted in an event and and Chuck was going to be there but but he wasn't and it was you know and it was like wow this is the most reasonable it's it's odd isn't it odd when some of the pop culture characters that we've known for ages you know I'm all the sudden start sounding logical and reasonable and the left keeps going further and further and further I mean it's it's it really is kind of this could be the most interesting point in American political history honestly you look at the entire spectrum the entire game I Kanye west you know I mean if you look at it what's going on right now in in the political game that's probably where you get a lot of trump supporters on online saying you know happy or posting hashtag landslide twenty twenty I don't know if it's going to be a landslide but something there's been a monumental shift and I think it comes from most of it comes from the left being completely crazy but the other thing to is that somebody posted the other day it was about trump it was one of the trump followers and and this guy had a lot of followers to he's not a famous guy but you have a ton of followers and he said you know I just want somebody who's going to tell the truth it's not about this for that hour I want somebody who's going to speak their mind and and I know when when they do that that I can believe that whether I agree or not and that's the difference I think what trump you know they you you look at at that parliament the parliament and then Great Britain and how they you know they'll they'll just shout at each other right there on the floor I mean they don't they just they go at each other and it's and it's kind of like trump on Twitter and we kind of laugh about it but then all the sudden trump starts doing it and the left goes crazy but this is what this is exactly what people want from a president they don't want the want want want want want want want answer because they elected Obama the left elected Obama and they thought he was going to change the world at the end of eight years they were like man he did nothing for us that's the left yeah but you look at trump and he's getting people from the left he's getting Democrats and why is that because he's what is over the top sometimes he talks like a promoter he's he's kind of like don king in that way you know he's you know the greatest ever everybody knows as the greatest ever that's all good news but you know when it gets down to the the the actual issues and he's talking and he's saying something you know that he believes that in his heart and the issue's gonna disagree with the right Doug and his and his opinion actually on the issues is pretty mainstream right but we we we were just talking about the the laughing a little bit of the the defense secretary's remarks about the the deal with the Taliban but we said look it when when the first deal came out and you have a lot of trump supporters say see this is great we got a deal with the Taliban were like what the deal means nothing right now stop it but I think the president knows the deal means nothing right his response and saying you know and and and the defense department going after and attacking the Taliban days after shows the exact point as we made the deal doesn't matter anybody can make a deal Obama made a deal it sucked right at the ranch yeah so you can make a deal but all that matters is are you willing to enforce are you willing to enforce the deal are you willing to enforce and say okay if you don't fulfill your side then will come after you we've done enough deals with North Korea we're we've seen that we've been played for suckers nuclear deals over the years rival Democrats and Republicans have been involved in that so again we were impressed when it was announced there was a deal our only point is if the Taliban does it live up to it we're there be hell to pay right because if you don't enforce the the deal and that the other side breaks it and if you don't enforce it then you're just viewed as a sucker like anybody who made a deal with North Korea over the last thirty years if you're just a sucker right sorry you're making a great deal then you don't fulfill it well then your heart wasn't really into it to begin with and so we're not you know so the the fact that the United States had no problem is actually a good sign I was chuckling you know we were just talking about the fact the defense secretary said noting that result solves it we won't yeah I think that's odd phrasing right I I we we we guess so but I actually been said okay good I mean trump trump letting them let them know you don't abide by it will come after medially we're not gonna wait six months right you said you can abide by this deal you didn't bone we're going after well this is okay so a couple things I was talking with Jim Carafano from the heritage foundation the other day and we actually is Wednesday morning and I I asked him about that I said you do you think that they that the Taliban or the enemy at any enemy of use the president this president as weak do they have great respect for him or or not and he said well you know here's the deal you you have if trump you know sits down with them they they take that as a sign of weakness the enemy takes diplomacy as a sign of weakness yes everybody needs to know that the left wants you to believe that's the only way that's the only way we can go talk to a ran legislators can just go talk to around and everything will be better well look the president tried to I I think what he's trying to do is show the entire world the enemy whether it's North Korea the Taliban or any of them first of all we do know that he wants to you know bring troops home but we're we're still gonna have thousands of troops in Afghanistan it's required that's going to happen they're gonna be in that region and they're going to be there for a little bit and but at the end of it if they see that as a witness him sitting down they talk about you know the the phone call the whole thing and they see that you know that part of it being weak well when you drop a few bombs on them that sentiment goes away quickly right they know that we're willing to come back and we won't wait to come back if you get out of line right when they attack when they attacked a checkpoint in Afghanistan we retaliated and that's the deal with that which by the way the whole agreement was conditional anyway if you know if the Taliban behave right then fine right well they but the point is would reinforce that if they didn't exactly exactly where previous administrations might not I use North Korea yeah as you know as as as an example of not living up to what they were we're supposed to do over the longest period of time they end up getting you know the new to begin with or attempting to you know we're making a deal with Iran and then lying to the American people as Obama did about it right you know those things are completely and totally unacceptable but I don't by the way I understand Bolton coming out the other day because I've I've always said every every ministration eats a bowl yeah right a Bolton says you can't trust any of these people right you can't trust them you too go straight with them it's a sign of weakness and his philosophy is the only way to deal with that is kill them right and that sounds terrible the people but that you only you only come to that decision on that philosophy based on their philosophy exactly yeah we didn't we didn't sign the dealing go bomb the Taliban the next day no reason but if trump saying okay we'll talk more about this coming up eight six six ninety right I.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio

KSCO Pet Radio

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOMO

"Of coronaviruses Kamel's Brian Calvert tells us for some it's been an interesting exercise to find out where certain items come from whether it's shoes any kind of apparel clothing furniture many kind of sporting goods much of it comes from China Peter McGraw with the northwest seaport alliance China it is our biggest trading partner in terms of container volume uses factories have remained close long after the lunar new year because of covert nineteen formerly known as coronavirus pretty Thompson of Redmond pluggable technologies feels the pain and has been expecting orders to arrive and now because of the corona virus we're not going to get those goods you know when we were hoping he placed some of these tech orders last fall and here we are sitting in February we've not gotten those could be ad crying in Calvert komo news a man who told police his friend was shot by robbers and al Qaeda beach now faces assault charges himself promos to Romero with that story twenty one year old Allen Holly of Marysville told police he and friends were having a bonfire at al Qaeda beach when another group tried to rob them and his friend ended up getting shot in the head that man survived but after police reviewed video surveillance from a nearby business they say it was actually Holly's who grabbed a gun out of his truck and fired five shots into the two groups hitting his friend in the head and another man in the ankle that's according to The Seattle Times king county prosecutors charged Holly with first degree assault he's in jail on four hundred thousand dollars bail Romero como news department of transportation crews are celebrating the first birthday of the highway ninety nine total by closing part of it the southbound lanes of the tunnel are close to through eight AM for scheduled maintenance it's now thirty four minutes past the hour in Bellevue I ninety east bound the off ramp the fact toria Boulevard is going to be shut down overnight in Seattle southbound highway ninety nine the First Avenue south Bridge fully close there's a sign the torch and south on highway ninety nine the tunnel was closed overnight Madre near the main highway to the national park will stay close till mid March at the earliest because of flood damage and be prepared for winter driving over the passes by my Conklin como twenty four seven traffic the como forecast from the.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOMO

"Coronaviruses Kamel's Brian Calvert tells us for some it's been an interesting exercise to find out where certain items come from whether it's shoes any kind of apparel clothing furniture many kind of sporting goods it comes from China Peter McGraw with the northwest seaport alliance China it is our biggest trading partner in terms of container volume uses factories have remained close long after the lunar new year because of covert nineteen formerly known as coronavirus pretty Thompson of Redmond pluggable technologies feels the pain and has been expecting orders to arrive and now because of the corona virus we're not going to get those goods you know when we were hoping he placed some of these tech orders last fall and here we are sitting in February we've not gotten those could be ad Brian Calvert komo news a man who told police his friend was shot by robbers and al Qaeda beats now faces assault charges himself como su Romero with that story twenty one year old Allen Holly of Marysville told police he and friends were having a bonfire at al Qaeda beach when another group tried to rob them and his friend ended up getting shot in the head that man survived but after police reviewed video surveillance from a nearby business they say it was actually Holly's who grabbed a gun out of his truck and fired five shots into the two groups hitting his friend in the head and another man in the ankle that's according to The Seattle Times king county prosecutors charged Holly with first degree assault he's in jail on four hundred thousand dollars bail Romero como news department of transportation crews are celebrating the first birthday of the highway ninety nine total by closing part of it the southbound lanes of the tunnel are close to through eight AM for scheduled maintenance it's now thirty four minutes past the hour in Bellevue I ninety east bound the off ramp to fact toria Boulevard is going to be shut down overnight in Seattle southbound highway ninety nine the First Avenue south Bridge fully close there's a sign V. toward himself on highway ninety nine the tunnel was closed overnight mount Ranier the main highway to the national park will stay close till mid March at the earliest because of flood damage and be prepared for winter driving over the passes hi Mike Conklin como twenty four seven traffic the call forecast from the.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on KOMO

"Coronaviruses Kamel's Brian Kelberg tells us for some it's been an interesting exercise to find out where certain items come from whether it's shoes any kind of apparel clothing furniture many kind of sporting good much of it comes from China Peter McGraw with the northwest seaport alliance China it is our biggest trading partner in terms of container volume uses factories have remained close long after the lunar new year because of covert nineteen formerly noticed coronavirus pretty Thompson of Redmond pluggable technologies feels the pain and has been expecting orders to arrive and now because of the corona virus we're not going to get those goods you know when we were hoping he placed some of these tech orders last fall and here we are sitting in February we've not gotten those concede add Brian Calvert komo news a man who told police his friend was shot by robbers and al Qaeda beach now faces assault charges in self promotion Romero with that story twenty one year old Allen Holly of Marysville told police he and friends were having a bonfire at al Qaeda beach when another group tried to rob them and his friend ended up getting shot in the head that man survived but after police reviewed video surveillance from a nearby business they say it was actually Holly who grabbed a gun out of his truck and fired five shots into the two groups hitting his friend in the head and another man in the ankle that's according to The Seattle Times king county prosecutors charged Holly with first degree assault he's in jail on four hundred thousand dollars bail Romero como news department of transportation crews are celebrating the first birthday of the highway ninety nine total by closing part of it the southbound lanes of the tunnel are close to through eight AM for scheduled maintenance it's now thirty four minutes past the hour in Bellevue I ninety eastbound the off ramp to fact toria Boulevard is going to be shut down overnight in Seattle southbound highway ninety nine the First Avenue south Bridge fully close there's a sign V. toward himself on highway ninety nine the total was closed overnight Madre near the main highway to the national park will stay close till mid March at the earliest because of flood damage and be prepared for winter driving over the passes hi Mike Conklin como twenty four seven traffic the call for caste from the.

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"coronaviruses" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"coronaviruses" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Case of coronaviruses been confirmed captain Jennifer my questions as the patient is one of two hundred fifty Americans who were evacuated from China and now quarantined at Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio we are tracking February twentieth as day fourteen for for that group of people there may be additional cases that we identify I do want to prepare you for that meanwhile the Texas department of health services is assuring the public that it is prepared to handle confirmed coronavirus cases and the risk of it spreading here's still low Carter junior high school in Arlington was walking down this afternoon multiple officers are on scene sweeping the building sergeant Michael Chevy with the Arlington police department says it's a possibility that it was fireworks went off in the bathroom if that's the case it will be the second North Texas school for this to happen this week we're going to do a secondary sweep here voluntarily and once that's completed the I. if the will take over with how they want to do that the students from the school twenty says they have not located any threats on campus and no reports of any injuries Kaplan's ire KLIF news in fact just moments ago Arlington ISD announced it was lifting the lock down time for a look at five seventy Kael I ever right now traffic and soul here's Dave Allen in Dallas north bound seventy five central expressway just before six thirty five still of this accident working however now the right lane is open traffic though remains jam from walnut hill in Plano north on one twenty one the Sam Rayburn tollway there's road construction set up between Ohio drive in Cui road it's in the left lane traffic is flowing from Preston road also in Arlington road work on southbound three sixty at Mayfield lane is closed with K. ally up right now traffic I'm Dave Allen it is time to five seventy KLIF news and information forecast sunshine start peeking through the clouds and shortly high temperature today should reach forty five degrees tonight going to be clear cold overnight low twenty eight tomorrow expect lots of sunshine but cool temperature.

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