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Fresh update on "covid" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:45 sec | 5 min ago

Fresh update on "covid" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Kamala Harris under rounds in Atlanta today to talk up enthusiasm for getting a covid vaccine and we got something to talk about two. The CDC says about 52% of those eligible in America have been fully vaccinated in Georgia. It's 36% of eligible Georgians fully vaccinated. The Cobb County, Mass. Vaccination site at Jim Miller Park is closing afternoon. Today they will remain closed, they'll rely on smaller sites. The Gwinnett, Mass. Site for vaccinations when I play small is still open 9 to 5 P.m. Monday through Saturday. Atlanta Toyota presents WSB in depth The presidential pen that an official just yesterday the deuce federal holiday that establishes Juneteenth National Independence Day tomorrow, the city is still mountain will hold its first.

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Daily U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Falls Below 300

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:37 sec | 2 hrs ago

Daily U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Falls Below 300

"About the pandemic in our fight against the coronavirus. The average daily deaths in the United States from Covid 19 has fallen below 300 for the first time since March, 2020 in the early weeks of the pandemic. The seven day average is now. 286 daily Deaths. Case numbers are also down to levels not seen since last March as well. These numbers make it clear getting vaccinated gets us back to normal. It's the best way we have to defeat this virus and to get everyone back to gathering together safely at weddings, sports events and travel.

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Fresh update on "covid" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:05 min | 6 min ago

Fresh update on "covid" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Sports desk. Here's Tom Butler. The Mariners trailed most of the game against Tampa Bay, the defending American League champions last night at T Mobile Park in the opener of a four game series, But they battled back to tie things up in the bottom of the ninth and with a couple runners aboard. A nice luxury to have Kyle Seager coming off the bench as a pinch hitter for the marriage. Oh, there it is. Mariners Win. Kyle Seager. Pinch hit Walk up base hit and the race is on for number 15 Call on Root sports. The Mariners take Game one of the four game series Game two tonight. The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the New York Islanders to one last night. They take a 21 lead in the Stanley Cup semifinals in the other semifinal round tonight, Vegas is that Montreal that series tied at a game each. Brianna Stewart had 21 points and a season high. 15 rebounds, her second straight double double, and the Seattle Storm completed a five game road trip sweep with a 79 69 win at Indiana last night. They don't play again until Tuesday when they host the Washington Mystics sports at 10 and 40 past each hour. Tom Butler come on Earth. Come on news time. 5 12 will get back to care and check traffic here in just a couple of minutes. Despite promising vaccine news, health experts warn covid variants present a roadblock in our path forward. Almost Denise Whitaker explained some of the new science on those variants. The next step for reopening the state is reaching a greater percentage of vaccinated people particularly helpful in stopping variants from spreading the genetic makeup of the Corona viruses. RNA, which as it evolves is much more prone to errors than our DNA director Paul Pottenger breaks it down for us, explaining that every time the virus spreads from one person to another, it changes. But the vaccines do work against this yet another reason to get people vaccinated before reopening the state. At the end of the month. If we wait, then we're going to see more variants. And those new variants may indeed become through evolution. More resistant to the immunizations. We already have. Denise Whitaker come. Oh news. More masks are coming off as people get vaccinated across the state, But the return of facial freedom might come with some downsides like a resurgence in cases of the common cold and flu. Almost care Acosta niche has more. This is the last day of school. For these 89 and 10 year olds. Their joy is easy to see Happy summer become fall. Doctors say We could be back on a merry go round with Covid the common cold and the flu. As we take our mask off, we're going to have to expect to see the returning turn lots of things like calls 10 flu as we enter into the flu season. This last year, according to the state Department of Health. We saw very little flu cases across Washington, according to the CDC. There was just one pediatric flu death nationwide. That's compared to 199 the previous season. We just did not see influenza in this last year like we normally do, masking and social distancing made.

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8 Royal Caribbean Crew Members Test Positive for COVID-19

Austin's Morning News

00:50 sec | 2 hrs ago

8 Royal Caribbean Crew Members Test Positive for COVID-19

"19 cases delay the long awaited Royal Caribbean cruise Royal Caribbean internationalist, postponing for nearly, uh, well for nearly a month. One of their highly anticipated first selling from the United States since the pandemic began because eight crew members tested positive for covid 19 this, according to company officials. Yeah, the brand new odyssey of the Seas, the Odyssey of the Seas was set to set sail out of Fort Lauderdale. July, the third man admit have been fine. Get the fireworks at sea. I bet that would be really exciting anyway. They were set to set sail on the third but has now been postponed until July. The 31st Royal Caribbean National CEO Michael Bailey said late last night a late Tuesday on Facebook that the decision was made out of abundance of caution, adding that the company is also rescheduling a simulation cruise. Scheduled for later in

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Pandemic Lockdowns Tied to Lower Crime in Many Cities

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

00:58 sec | 8 hrs ago

Pandemic Lockdowns Tied to Lower Crime in Many Cities

"You study claims that lockdown policies implemented globally in response to the covid nineteen pandemic. I've had a rather interesting side effect. Cutting urban crime rates by thirty seven percent the findings reporter the journal nature human behavior based on studies in twenty seven cities across twenty three countries scientist allies daily cases of crime across america europe the middle eastern asia to assess the impact of lockdowns on six types of crimes including assault theft burglary robbery vehicle theft and homicide in eight city by comparing them. The pre covid nineteen lockdown crime levels. The authors found the average reduction was smallest homicide about forty percent and the largest was for robbery at forty six and theft forty seven percent reductions for burglary with twenty eight percent vehicle. V thirty seven percent an assault three five percent. The authors also found that the strict lockdowns the bigger the dropping

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After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Expected to Overcrowd National Parks

Tim Conway Jr.

01:24 min | 9 hrs ago

After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Expected to Overcrowd National Parks

"One way to ease back into traveling is to find a vacation spot with a little more space like a visit to one of America's 63. National parks. We sent Johnson vaguely Adi to California's Yosemite National Park, which is my favorite. That sounds like your sidekick Amber Johnson vaguely RD to get a bigger TRT and, uh, what was your last name Cannoli Big Adi Adi and Canola Johnson, vaguely Adi to California's Yosemite National Park, which is my favorite. We're here at Tunnel view, and you can clearly see how Yosemite became the muse for pain photographer Ansel Adams. This park has everything from dramatic waterfalls, two towering sequoias and iconic rock formations like El Capitan and half toe during the pandemic. National parks welcome roughly 237 million visitors. About what A year during the pandemic. National parks welcome roughly 237 Million visitors about a 30% drop from the year before. Those numbers are expected to go back up Yosemite preparing for I don't buy that number. I don't think that the national parks had 237 million visitors are in covid. So they say. Normally, it's It's 30% higher. That's normally 300 million. So it's basically the population of this country going to everybody went once. Every year, Right? That's the BS. I understand, Angel,

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As COVID-19 Crisis Ebbs, Some Seeking 9/11-Style Commission to Investigate Virus

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 11 hrs ago

As COVID-19 Crisis Ebbs, Some Seeking 9/11-Style Commission to Investigate Virus

"With lingering questions over the origin of the covert nineteen pandemic there's a push on Capitol Hill for a full blown investigation two senators one Democrat and one Republican have introduced a bill to establish a National Commission to investigate the corona virus outbreak that's killed more than six hundred thousand Americans senators Bob Menendez as in Susan Collins say the pandemic's death toll is more than two hundred times that of the nine eleven attacks but Congress has yet to establish that type of Blue Ribbon commission to investigate vulnerabilities in public health and issue guidance on how to better prepare for the future but the bill has an uncertain fate just like the failed attempt to create a commission to study the capital insurrection earlier this year Jackie Quinn Washington

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Arizona State Scandal

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:06 min | 17 hrs ago

Arizona State Scandal

"Talk about a pretty explosive story. That emerged on wednesday in terms of recruiting violations at arizona. State that You and are. Asu writer. doug taylor have been on top of so Herm edwards obviously has had an interesting time as the head coach at a issue and Look i think he really is handed the keys of his program largely to his defense coordinator antonio pierce. Who's i think has been promoted four times there and there has been a lot of chatter on the west coast especially over the last week about Some questionable recruiting Tactics and one of the things that come to light. As we reported at the athlete was that arizona state was hosting recruits on campus and in their building during the dead period that was imposed related to covid throughout. And this was like it was interesting after our story went up. I got a call last night which being wednesday night From a coach. Who's in the afc who said who's who's like we heard about this because we had two kids we were recruiting are recruiting who just matter-of-factly had talked about how they had been at asu. And we're like why you know. This was back earl much earlier in the spring way before this month started obviously And this coach made an interesting point. He's like you know a lot of kids most kids. You recruit do not know the ncaa recruiting rules. They do not know the recruiting calendar. They they just don't understand it. It's like something where it's complicated for high school coaches to know. So what you're doing is you're going to have family members in some cases recruits you know in on basically A somewhat of a secret That's probably getting out.

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Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial

The Readout Loud

01:55 min | 17 hrs ago

Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial

"All right. Let's kick off the podcast with a kind of a dish on the week's news and we should definitely start with cure vac Meg what happened to curevac co vaccine. Yes this was hugely surprising wednesday afternoon. The news came of the company's results from their late stage. Clinical trial of forty thousand participants of another rene vaccine and of course with the success of madeira advisor. The expectations were very high that the efficacy would be very strong and it was forty seven percent now. The company cited a large number of variants. That were in the trial though. Wasn't clear the exact impact of those various on the efficacy. And there's some speculation that it could be the differences in the vaccine from modernize and visor biotechs damian. You looked into this pretty deeply. Yes so not all. Mr nays are created. I shouldn't say equally the same so pfizer and medina both use an approach to work in a tiny modification that is meant to basically avoid the immune system from attacking the marnie strand that you insert curevac used an unmodified marnie for its vaccine and the company's reasoning was you know for an mri therapeutic. Yes sure you'd want to avoid an immune system reaction but for a vaccine an immune system reaction is kind of the name of the game and so that was kind of their thesis going into it but as a result of using the unmodified marnie. They used a smaller dose than pfizer. Madrid Which most likely was to avoid any kind of too much of an immune reaction and so a lot of people. Curevac didn't say this and they haven't provided really enough detail on the data in question for us to really dig in but there is a theory going around out there that enserch of this kind of goldilocks dose of this unmodified. Marta they might have had simply too weak of a vaccine to get the kind of efficacy numbers that we've seen from the pfizer vaccines.

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Rep. Andy Biggs on the Fight to Stop Teaching Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 19 hrs ago

Rep. Andy Biggs on the Fight to Stop Teaching Critical Race Theory

"Left with the critical race theory. I'm happy to see that this is generated kind of tea party part you know, part do this is I haven't seen such energy in the Republican Party to fight such an evil, pernicious doctor doctrine. I haven't seen it since the tea party congressman. It's because Americans aren't stupid. They don't want their kids being taught to be racist. They want their kids to judge people by who they are in their character, not the content of the skin. Are you seeing a similar effort? Up on the hill, a solidified Republican party saying Nope. We're not doing that. Yes, I am. I mean, there's probably a dozen or more pieces of legislation from Republicans. There's probably 20 letters to the administration and officials trying To make clear that they're walking off the plank. And I think what you're getting is some of the moderate Democrats are responding that and they see they feel the pressure. They feel the pressure from the base of America, which is center right? Who loved the country who think we are a great country and where we have flaws. We can correct them and become an even better country. That's what we see. And it's powerful and it is burst on the scene. Some of us have been watching that for 15 years or more. But it burst on the scene because Covid forced it out into the open with these school closures in the home school enemies, these teachers unions So so yes, then It's powerful, even in Washington, D C.

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Fauci: US to spend $3.2B for antiviral pills for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fauci: US to spend $3.2B for antiviral pills for COVID-19

"The U. S. will invest three point two billion dollars in a program to boost development of antiviral pills for cope with nineteen and other dangerous viruses that could turn into pandemics the cope with nineteen kills would be used to minimize symptoms after infection they're already being developed and Dr Anthony Fauci says the money will help speed clinical trials and give more support for research the program also aims to find new therapies for other viruses there are a few treatments that exists for many of the viruses that have what we call pandemic potential meantime the CDC says average daily new covert nineteen cases of the U. S. have hit their lowest point since the pandemic's early days and are down ninety five percent over five months Sager mag ani Washington

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Selective Memory (MM #3739)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Selective Memory (MM #3739)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for as long as I can remember, I've kind of understood the adage that people have selective memory. It's amazing how they can use you of something. But the minute the shoe's on the other foot, they have a very selective memory. All you have to do is take a look at our politicians to see what they blame, the other side for and then the minute the ball's in their court for the exact same thing, they pretend they never even said anything and you can show them how about weeds and all the Facebook posts and all the things they said on T doesn't matter. They're still going to pretend what they said didn't really happen. We're seeing that now to here in America thanks to covid-19 Most states have lifted their limitations and soldiers are getting back to their normal. What's interesting? We fall into two camps, people who have adjusted their lives. People are still very cautious and those who have selective memory, those who forgotten the last year and half, and just want to get back to the way things were get back to normal, and that's kind of sad. I realize we need to try to get back to normal, but at the same time, we have to remember what just happened and what could happen again. There are some things I agree. I've been selective memory about the covid-19. Pandemic will not be one dead.

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Selective Memory (MM #3739)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Selective Memory (MM #3739)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for as long as I can remember, I've kind of understood the adage that people have selective memory. It's amazing how they can use you of something. But the minute the shoe's on the other foot, they have a very selective memory. All you have to do is take a look at our politicians to see what they blame, the other side for and then the minute the ball's in their court for the exact same thing, they pretend they never even said anything and you can show them how about weeds and all the Facebook posts and all the things they said on T doesn't matter. They're still going to pretend what they said didn't really happen. We're seeing that now to here in America thanks to covid-19 Most states have lifted their limitations and soldiers are getting back to their normal. What's interesting? We fall into two camps, people who have adjusted their lives. People are still very cautious and those who have selective memory, those who forgotten the last year and half, and just want to get back to the way things were get back to normal, and that's kind of sad. I realize we need to try to get back to normal, but at the same time, we have to remember what just happened and what could happen again. There are some things I agree. I've been selective memory about the covid-19. Pandemic will not be one dead.

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COVID-19 Cases Rise in Missouri

AP 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 1 d ago

COVID-19 Cases Rise in Missouri

"206 people hospitalized with the virus in southwestern Missouri Wednesday. That's nearly double the 111 hospitalizations in that region at the start of May. In Texas. The Rolling Average of newly confirmed

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CDC Has Declared Coronavirus Delta Variant a 'Variant of Concern'

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

CDC Has Declared Coronavirus Delta Variant a 'Variant of Concern'

"Its reopening Tuesday night with a series of fireworks displays throughout the state. A B C's Andrew Dim Bert has more the celebrations come even as health officials warn about a new variant of the coronavirus spreading in the U. S. The CDC now officially declaring the Delta variant first seen in India, a variant of concern. It's more contagious, but the vaccines do appear to be effective against it. Still, doctors say it's important to monitor how the variant spreads among Children under 12, who are not yet eligible for the vaccine. A clinical trial looking for a treatment for Covid 19

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Chinese Government Knew Early About Coronavirus Lab Leak

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 1 d ago

Chinese Government Knew Early About Coronavirus Lab Leak

"Did they know, but they knew early. They knew early on that this was a potent, potentially deadly virus. Whether it escaped or was done deliberately. We don't know. But once it was out there, they did nothing to warn us. And it was here way before we thought it was What's more evidence clues. Give me another data point. Showing that they knew in China, the C G code, sick lab workers, SARS and MERS not being as able to infect human beings as coronavirus within your perfect ability to do it. Remember this story I discussed was a couple weeks ago. Wall Street Journal from May 23rd this year Intelligence on six staff at Wuhan Lab fuels debate on Covid 19 origin Folks our intelligence community knew to listen to this. Three Researchers from China's Wuhan Institute of Virology became sick enough in November of 2019 that they sought hospital care. According to a previously undisclosed U. S intelligence report. Chinese government knew Three researchers fell ill at the Wuhan lab. How do you explain that? So for the folks on the left in the media have been attacking John Stewart, the comedian who again there's no friend to the conservative movement at all, but they've been attacking him suggesting he's making up a conspiracy theory that this originated in Wuhan lab. You don't have evidence. No, you don't have evidence. You don't have evidence that this is natural. We have a bevy a body of evidence that this in fact was created in the lab. And created two perfectly infect human beings.

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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Gives a Clue Supporting Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Dr. Robert R. Redfield Gives a Clue Supporting Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

"This virus evolved from bats into some intermediate animal but has yet to be found in an eventually evolved into humans and then basically became efficiently transmitted among humans and the other is that this virus actually Went from a bat into a laboratory where in the laboratory, it gained the ability to become un efficient human human transmitter and those are both to hypothesis. And I guess if I'm disappointed about anything about the early scientific community is that there seemed to be lack of openness to pursue both hypotheses. If you look at SARS The Stars went from bad specific cat, and it went in demand. But it never really learned how to go efficiently, man to man. And as we sit here today, there's been less than 10,000 cases of SARS in over 18 years when you look at MERS, which is another coronavirus went from bad to a camel and then from a camel to man and as we sit here today, It still hasn't learned how to go efficiently Human to human. We've had less than 4000 cases. Folks in some limited circles for the liberals listening, we would call that The clue. The clue. I know clues are tough for all the liberals so married to this is a natural virus. They have no evidence of that at all. I know this clue again is deeply disturbing to you, along with the double C G code. Clue. That is a code present in the coronavirus. The sight of seeing guanine guanine double bass. It hasn't yet been seen in nature and doesn't mean it doesn't exist in nature but hasn't been seen yet. Double C G. But it's in the coronavirus Covid 19, and where do we see the double C G. In lab work. Where gain of function. Researchers insert it so they can track

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Biden Calls Communist China 'Our Partner'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 1 d ago

Biden Calls Communist China 'Our Partner'

"You signed onto the G seven communique. That said you G seven. We're calling on China to open up to let the investigators in. But China basically says they don't want to be interfered with anymore. So what happens now? The impact the world's attitude toward China. As it develops. China is trying very hard. To project yourself as a responsible And very, very forthcoming nation. That they have found very hard to talk about how they're taking and helping the world in terms of Covid 19 vaccines. They're trying very hard. Look certain things you don't have to explain. To the people of the world. They see the results. You know what's remarkable. I'm telling you. I heard that cleanly for the first time there, Jim, would you agree? It's even worse than I thought. I got a double Mike and Jim both. It's a It's a three for right there. It's not meatloaf. Two out of three ain't paid three out of three. That's even worse. No, I'm serious doing their best. I mean, that's insane to be some kind of responsible partner. Are you crazy? Did you eat? What is it?

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A New Approach to Defending the Human Rights of Migrants

TED Talks Daily

01:54 min | 2 d ago

A New Approach to Defending the Human Rights of Migrants

"A decade ago after peaceful revolution toppled longtime tunisia dictator bin. Ali i was sitting in an orange grove outside athens. Greece documented migrants. Were hiding there. I came to interview them about human rights abuses suffered while enter europe one of them. Tunisian fellow in a leather jacket explained the people who overthrew ben ali they want democracy and identified life. We across the mediterranean want. Democracy didn't life. What is the difference. The migrant is a kind of revolutionary is idea stuck with me and informed might work as a lawyer and a scholar ever since as middle eastern revolutions turned into civil wars. The refugee crisis unfolded in the measuring. This exacerbated political pressures against asylum-seekers. Initially the european court of human rights took a strong stand against sport or violence in two thousand twelve court decided that the cannot turn asylum seekers back from the mediterranean dangerous libyan territory that first hearing them the human rights community cheer. I was not one of those who cheered in my scholarship. I predicted that this kind of decision could also generate bad results states determined to enforce their own return back asylum seekers even before the entered the supervision of their own courts. I was regretfully correct in recent years. The italians have relied on living to do their dirty work. So eager are some european governments deduction on human rights obligations if an armed libyan militia ignoring the rampant use of torture. This is also why since january. Twenty fourteen more than thirty. Four thousand migrants died by grounding in the mediterranean and since covid nineteen again the militarized border into. Mentoring has come in some ways. Even more extreme but has the militarized quarter caused deaths by drowning.

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Australia’s Never-Ending Travel Ban

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:58 min | 6 d ago

Australia’s Never-Ending Travel Ban

"And firstly. The australian government has extended its overseas travel ban for yet another three months until now at least the seventeenth of september. Two thousand and twenty one and it's the fifty three month extension to the human by security emergency period restrictions under the biosecurity act in a row which places restrictions on international travel and cruises. But there has been some progress in restarting international travel. At least four. Some international students coming to new south wales. The new south wales government has announced a pilot program which could start in july and run in addition to the existing hotel quarantine program for returning australians and under this program an initial two hundred and fifty international students per fortnight will be allowed to arrive into sydney and quarantine indicated student accommodation for a fortnight last week. The guardian reported that the federal government is considering another pilot program which could allow vaccinated australians travel overseas and then face less strict quarantine requirements when they return if they coming from a country deemed to be a low risk of covid nineteen and this could start within six to eight weeks. According to the guardian although this report has not been verified by government and there's been no announcement yet so these kinds of reports do need to be taken with quite a large pinch of salt if ustralia deed remove. It's outbound travel ban for people who have been vaccinated. It would be just the third country in the world which bans citizens who are unvaccinated against covid nineteen from leaving but makes exemptions for people who are vaccinated with saudi arabia and kuwait. Being the other two countries with those roles although vaccines in saudi arabia and kuwait are now widely available and people who are ineligible. For vaccine in those countries such as children are exempt from the travel ban as it stands. Australia is one of just seven countries in the world with a blanket ban preventing all of its citizens from leaving the country without a specific travel. Exemption

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

08:22 min | 2 weeks ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Having less money to invest into the criminal justice system in order to pursue a format functions having said all that what role can the government and private individuals play in controlling the gender violence asa pandemic. So what i'm asking. We need to have coordination of all public services across all stays. I health justice law enforcement and social welfare services. Because that's the only way we can actually a shift in the needle. We have laws and i'm sure probably although even toasty may speak of the act. This is an act that we've spoken all day in day out. We've established it. It's an amended law is works. It covers the bases. You talks about rape talked about all the other aspects of gender based violence but unfortunately as we speak only twenty three states out of thirty six have domesticates of it. We talk about child abuse and we say we need to protect the child. We know this. I mentioned personally. Having to treat. Children tossing has mentioning other center a two year old. Then we have a child right at that. Only twenty five states have domesticated across the country. And this is from two thousand three. We have a national offenders registry. I'm not sure if you're aware of this. They mullah from last year it's documented six hundred two cases thirty eight had been convicted illegal state one of the more progressive states. We have a special sexual events court. But how about the other thirty five states and i mentioned sexual assault referral centers. We have thirty of them across seventeen states but in lake also known we have four. And we've had eight new ones since twenty twenty. They have to be collision with all the actors in play. It has not just one governmental of love or one simple society addressing this and as you said start through the individual taking ownership of the problem in the community allowing that survivor to speak out giving backlash from from her call. People speak even the way we bring up our children the fact that we allow our boys to be entitled. We encourage our girls to be subservient in the house and to be silenced. How about we start. Day appreciating the quality as the child is born and giving those children whether it's a boy or girl equal opportunities. We talk about policy. How about recognizing that beyond having that lovely roadmap we need to implement the policy at the organization oliver mention police officers laos for instance. We have family support. Units at a specially trained to address gender cases but only twelve and twenty one billion people in laos alone. This is one of the reasons why we actually established gender sanitation program. Thaw police officers deeply trained up about nine hundred of them and counting. Because that's an aspect that is critical in addressing the issue. Chosing mentioned that race perpetrated at underlying calls because rape occurs because of rapists. And you're right. He does occur and they will continue with impunity. Except we all make deliberate efforts to ensure at don't and it starts in the community and then works his way out ensuring all the different aspects of public services tackling the problem cohesively and in a deliberate fashion bothwell invention of social media and other communication platforms issues as ripe have been taken as comical issues by notable persons and otherwise speaking on how to counter this narrative. Dr tilson keeble spoke about collaboration with the movie industry. We have plans very solid plans to walk with actors guild of nigeria to support the process of reviewing the content. What is it that we we. We put out there so nine. Hundred million people watched tv before. What africa magical and so that is one way of getting the attention of the of the community and another thing is that the public and private sectors shoots expand collaborative efforts at the beginning. I was going to ask you that. Do you know the cost of of violence. Against women in nigeria. If we sit down and calculates there was a study recently that that showed the average cost for four victim of of Based violence is about seventeen thousand naira. This includes hospital minus legal. Dr chemi mentioned that they're let me have lots of nettie station. We have the vibe. We have the child rights act but we have monitoring tools in place to ensure that they are not only implemented their enforced. And that are they used in the right way. Social media is there. It is a strong viable weapon. It is a medium that cannot go away in a hurry you see hashtags. You saw the recent one about the lady who unfortunately passed on in the in the hands of of someone who tricked her to say she should come for a job and within an hour of her friend putting up an sos people had trucks. This suspect to where he wants and before you knew there was an opera. How can we harness this new media to be able to direct our narrative to be able to support society to shift Harmful stereotypes like what told me. I said we're moving away from hello. My husband just beats me now so being able to just tap a button on your phone whether you're a woman with one disability or the other you can seek for help but we cannot get there if that collaborative effort does not take these. There has to be that time when private sector and government comes together the young collaborative effort on joint initiatives. Can we set up a gp. Four that covers laws and policies strengthening institutions prevention which is at the community level social media engagement service provision data coalition for for funding purposes for information purposes and strengthening women's movement strengthening The the coalition within the country. So it is very possible to use social media. it is currently being used. But we're not doing enough. And until critical stakeholders come together to make it intentional on the joint initiative for example we will be engaging way the federation of women's Female football's of nigeria. So see their their football matches going on their adverts that run through the field. What do we want to see using that opportunity. I know some people would not sleep until they watch football and if their team loses their seek for one month and so they get information from from that engagement but as my colleagues. Michael panelists have said the problem of gender. Based violence is multi sectoral is multifaceted. And so must be the solution for it. Yes we must look at lowe's and we must look at institutions. Prevention service will be sean data collection.

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

06:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Of these statements for example. You go to the decision to say. I on the way way what you're wearing. You want to run the clock out some Stigma comments associated. And how we're by eventually people in a range of technologies so a mobile application for reporting incidents of gender violence other security because against security builds a you will says the application three or four zero. Hush that's helped you know. Provide racial equifax and of course we did rich people in remote communities and we we have a relate a call center which is constantly scary but because we of technology live how from the business a business opportunity that we used to and wide dress. This issue of stigma no doubt solutions and the works to control gender. Valentine's said that tackle the problem. The base must be unravelled. Oliver still shares answers to questions as what prompts gender violence. But i think as important thing that. I've not heard yet coming olives as clearly as i would wish to Which is really a deep issue of impunity. Essentially a we need to be very clear to us and said it very well Obviously the problem is the perpetrator but everybody talked about the victim. So far is essentially we need to also starts focus of the perpetrator and those resources at the state institute putting in place in order to actually address the situation of the perpetrator of their criminal justice. Accountability i'm not calling for the death penalty on any of that kind of extremists. Depth sometimes comes into this discussion. And i think that is just as unhelpful as basically did the wish so to speak to to to only address the needs of the victim. We need a criminal justice system that is basically equipped First and foremost with well trained individuals professionals. Whether we're talking about the frontline officers very off the beat policemen. Essentially is the first one on the scene. How do they react to a situation of domestic of gender of sexual based violence alleged or actually in process. Then we have the issue of the people in the police station most notably the investigators. Are they trained. Actually doing the right thing collecting the evidence and very importantly not re victimizing the victim into process and of course prosecutors and judges very importantly do they have to necessarily laws to actually establish the protection for example of the victims. I think we have at the moment. A situation where essentially gender based violence or fences are generally bailable that means even in the case that goes well up to that stage that alleged perpetrator of gender based violence will after a short while in self. Pay a damn bail or half short standing in for them and the judges not have necessarily in the the training nor necessarily the laws in order to prevent actually at the perpetrator going back to exactly the same place where the offense was committed is so as all these kind of layers that i think are contributing and two quite some weak response as a society. Let's not forget that the criminal just victim support one part of the response of as a the other one is basically holding the perpetrators to count. And we're doing actually a four job on both ends and therefore we should not be so so bryce that we actually seen across all societies. He spoke for the sustained traitor. Gender violence across continents. The truth is a general at trend of gender-based violence persists. Actually it was france. I think it was the very first country and at race. The alarm about the racing cases of gender-based violence the call into the hotlines and of course the victimized women mostly women and girls essentially coming forward to dissenters to shelters so we we see this across basically diplo and we have in not very good at responding that part emphasizing also as something that in the context of nigeria is very important and that comes of course at the moment when we see actually as sort of like a competition of priorities on the one hand. The police is being asked to as a result of the pandemic to tackle a whole range of additional challenges. We have general rates of insecurity. That of a police busy at the same time we will actually see government because of the general economic downturn.

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"With the demand for bodies to oversee and manage affairs bordering around gender based violence women at risk founder. Dr cami the silver touched based on factors that better diagnose -ation right he said. I established the nonprofit worth women at risk international foundation in two thousand sixteen that i've been working with women as my target audience for twenty years being a practicing consultant gynaecologist and working in the public. Space in nigeria. The very first thing. You recognize olive disenfranchised garden women being seen many time in public sector hospitals only very recently. Have we started to establish specialized.

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

02:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Year february of twenty twenty just before the declaration of the lockdown In much in some of to the total of twenty four states as february of twenty twenty had reported roughly three hundred ninety cases incidences of jesse's but by the middle of april just two weeks after knockdown gender based violence incidents had spiked to seven hundred ninety four from less of the total number that i had reported elliott had reports in february in some instances some of our centers had experienced had interacted with about five at the beginning of two thousand twenty by the middle of april with seeing hundred either reported cases or things that had to just leave the house and find a way to get to the sense. Highlighting the structure shadow pandemic miss tolson keeble touchdown processes and more so several things wake kickstarts at the same time during the twenty twenty covid nineteen incident ranging from engaging with a stick critical stakeholders of like the private sector like institutions setting up one stop centers engaging directly through women's movement. We the presidential task because at the beginning of that now there wasn't any concrete plan in place to ten to east incidences of gender based apartments. Because there was complete lockdown people wish shot in seemingly with the enemy. You know the perpetrator and the victim would go out in the morning. Usually you come back at night but suddenly your home. Twenty four hours. Seen each other and so found lance prevailed and so because people couldn't access services they would get to the rule. The police will turn them back. The women's movement came together and onto the joint. Un's might initiative came up with a joint statements that had almost three hundred signatures across. Thank you so. The presidential task say we need gender-based violence to be recognized as chen violence response to be recognized as essential service.

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COVID-19: What You Need to Know

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"covid" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Really from davenport florida with her husband. Dennis over twenty years. They were foster parents to more than three hundred children and they would go on to adopt seven of them. She told me she said it's not like i want to be a mom all over again. She said that we have a home. We have loved to get so why not. She loved hard and she loved all of us differently. She loved all of us how we needed to be loved and north carolina jamie sites. He was a teacher and a coach for twenty five years. Any is just everything his wife. Liz we'd up the room. He was just such a worse. Happy internation- true gooden unto them and jamie in his own words twenty five years of teaching so thankful and honored of the thousands of students. I've had the privilege to coach and teach but mostly thankful for my immediate family by love and adore daily five hundred thousand dead millions bereaved. The psalmist described to walk through. The valley overshadowed by death only to remind us that surely goodness and mercy shall follow with vaccines and treatments. We can only hope to live those words and that tomorrow is better than yesterday. I'm aaron katersky. You've been listening to a special presentation from abc news..

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MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"covid" Discussed on MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

"Trump your trump whole trump family. And we're praying for you. We're lifting you up today. In prayer vice president pence and terry moore lifting you up in prayer pamela harris and elect joe biden where you up in prayer even if he steps aside. You need to incorporate god into your plan. You cannot get rid of this pandemic on your own. It is a spirit released from hell. You don't know from whitsett comment from wednesday's going today. I'm telling you that almighty god he's going to bring judgment mr trump. You have enough on your plate to answer for the baby who are caged at the border. The two hundred and fifty five knives are under your watch. You have a lot to the answer to answer for today. We love you mr president. Please step aside mr giuliani. Please step aside all those more marching and protesting that. You're right to do so but step with time. This is god's call because you're rebellion because your rejection inside the virus but he's using it to mccain at glory and honor in the earth today step aside you do not want to heat the word of the lord today go with what's coming whether elect joe biden income. I take around in the next few days. Whether president trump will concede or not concede. America has rejected the word of the lord. Step aside. my heart is heavy today. Because you don't have to shut down the nation you don't have to close down the schools direct. They don't have to.

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"covid" Discussed on MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

05:04 min | 9 months ago

"covid" Discussed on MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

"Yet. Excuse my English there was This is August 27th 2020. It's recorded. This is against God and His anointed of his servants. It's your decision. It's your choice. You can shut me down and turn me up and drowned out the voice of almighty God. He's got many ways to deal with America, but he wants to come to you and love he wants to come you in peace. He wants to come to you and let you know. He's a good guy and he's fighting for you. Yeah, no America. He's fighting for you song. No laid down his life for his friends Jesus cordial his friends today. I married a long will you doing 20 21 covid-19? What decision will you make? That will take you and your children two generations to Generations to the third and fourth generation. Will you make,.

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"covid" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"covid" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Early on than he's getting credit for and that at the time things he did, of course, he always sites the travel restrictions on China as the key thing to keep the virus out and something he's been criticized for because of course, there weren't similar restrictions for some time then on flights coming in for Europe and also just the spread that was already happening. Here in the United States. So it was an interesting way of the president trying to spin this. He's still insisting he didn't downplay it. When of course, we hear him in that audio recording with journalist Bob Woodward admitting he was deliberately downplaying it. So now he's getting past that and saying up playing it that he took action and he says that action was very strong. Rick the President says hyperbolic things all the time. At this point. So close to the election, does it matter anymore? I don't think there's any new information that's going to convince voters about battlefield home or the other. But the way that matters is that we see this in our polls, people are focused on one, thousand nine and the response to that. That's bad news for Donald Trump and his reelection chances if people are focused on the economy and the economic recovery, that's potentially very good news for the president. So the I think he's continued harping on certain aspects of it could hurt his chances. If we continue to talk about it, he's banking now his reelection strategy on the country moving beyond this crisis thinking that it's done. He says now that we're rounding the turn where we're headed back backboard a normalcy, that's not how people are living their lives at this moment if it is increasingly as we get into October and November, that's the conversation that the president wants to have. But I don't think people are gonNA, make make up their minds a new way based on things. The President says now about covert or anything else and is the president onto something though when he talks about wanting full football stadiums and the questions, the merits of masks I mean are the failures of American government on coronavirus as potent and issue now as maybe. As Well, if you under something of course, I am not a public health experts and most public health experts would tell you that he's not onto something when he talks about crowd people in two spaces during a pandemic but it's clear that also the public doesn't think that the president generally has the right idea on the pandemic. If you look at the polling today, the president is negative sixteen with the American public on his handling of corona virus. That's pretty bad as rick saying when you compare that to. His rating on the economy he's an even or maybe even up to a positive five, right. So more Americans approve of him on the economy of disapprove on Corona virus vastly more Americans disapprove of how he's handled it, and that's been the case essentially since we reached ten thousand ducks in America right as we went up to ten, thousand, thousand, very beginning of the pandemic Americans were actually improving his response in his approval went overall. But from those relatively early days, he's been falling and falling and falling. His ear where the public was around negative twenty. He's improved a little bit because we've also seen just in general that daily cases had gone down in the United States somewhat recently, it's still at a relatively high level. So as Rick says, he can sort of Focus Americans attention on an economic recovery or some other issue like unrest in American cities, law and order etc.. Perhaps cynically that's to his advantage but Americans by and large are still not living their normal lives right. I'm speaking to you from my bedroom so to the extent that Americans can be persuaded that the pandemic is over I'm skeptical. So Rick, if he's going to try and pivot away from this does the calendar let him do it or can Joe Biden bring it right back on the debate stage? Well, it'll be fascinating to know where we are in terms of covert one, thousand, nine, hundred in terms of the economic recovery when it comes to November, people are already starting to. Vote the debate season is almost upon us and so in some ways, people are solidifying perceptions now, but we have seen some movement still in the numbers, and if people feel like covid nineteen has passed and whatever they think of the president's judgment that he's the better candidate to lead us on the way forward. That's a much different election than if we're. Still in the throes of a pandemic, the way that he is sort of gambling presidency on a cure on a vaccine. I think it's fascinating if if he was able to to claim victory in the war against covert, right before the election does that change minds potential? Yes. We've seen enough movement in the numbers and enough to build potentially and Joe Biden's Coalition as a snapshot. Now, it's hard to see how president trump overcomes this but that's not how we live and that's not how voters vote recline Gaylon drew Karen. Travers will return our focus to the lives we lost two hundred thousand is not just a number ABC's Michelle Franzen now with the stories of some of the people we've lost to covid. Nineteen. It's a number hard to fathom two, hundred, thousand Americans.

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MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"covid" Discussed on MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

"Camp Thompson conferences conferences with Winston. under leadership you has things that to here here here here in earth realm the So so going today, did share it and friends. friends. friends. friends. What is going phase? phase? phase? phase? phase? Okay in off not against our are our We Pthe P the and for pray I thank everybody involved First the prayers them I'm what given you Lord out this to told 18:18 shall on be loosed earth in heaven you on earth shall be loosed in heaven. I need you to whatever to manuscript manuscript manuscript when I And as to and things The I you're you're you're you're you're you're doing and and and just quiet be sti be and I I I I immediately down. I down. just my room went I I the the today today today today Jesus so He and me cleaning And my and just just just just didn't know sat there I that vheard the Lord Lord Lord Lord saying that water that you've and for that to get jar first first water hits collect and in gallon and do wait and I just that I voice. so me and o o o o o as I today when my said want the specific are instructions it have you the anointed red prayer cloth and it is still available. It does not wanted to but to do the newsletter and to get this book ready and were going to try to put it cost But specific and me titled God's God's three-step for for America to get COVID-19. I'm saying again. are doctors that to 8 it's You're You're you're pushing envelope reopen in Okay. Okay. It's all Okay, you of the a now, America America was founded one one nation knows knows knows knows what he state God did not send this virus but he is using it us for has has Specific America. America. America. But America nation not to override plan gave to you. are me specific me specific instructions. If you can will rush I out your or you gave the three-step instructions to America America of Almighty God, from It not 91 will over protect you He It is the anointing of going America. that's going to protect the your children if your children go and back the the the the instructions that send ready. email Kingdom Kingdom authorized agents.com Kingdom and to Does to the the the the writings and manuscripts? going the up perhaps perhaps perhaps perhaps iTunes. This will But But God has given plan Okay, don't me. didn't the been years in the instructions and gifts have are on that of I send instructions I tnot t arry. arry. So if to part, instructions, instructions, instructions, instructions, instructions, instructions, would you if this this out of of A of God you're You're to the the sooner we said obedient, you shall eat the good of the land you're Okay, 1:18 go and read it Isaiah So, Okay, know I I'm Kingdom A Kingdom kingdom kingdom kingdom kingdom everything the e the kingdom scene preaching came repent for hand. hand. hand. hand. Everything happened to kingdom. me the name Kingdom I authorized So are. to you in the earth. I will Everybody will line. be the the opening of the of Healing dead dead dead dead healing Lame, healing the the it's kingdom come He that. Y that. DNA is DNA is Kingdom and today and persuade persuade persuade me persuaded persuaded persuaded persuaded that on another world from today Hallelujah. Hallelujah. Hallelujah. Hallelujah. I you you

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"covid" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"covid" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"For his. You don't need to get the test. The first maximum. Okay. The difference between the types of antibody tests available. What's the different? Okay so right now? There's a what we call serology tests for. Antibody that has not for current event infection. That's past infection now. There are a lot of tests out there on the market. The FDA has cautioned repeatedly. We don't yet know how accurate they are. And most recently TJ, the FBI is warning. People of fakes of scams offering to do these tests collecting your personal information, and then putting you at risk for identity theft so right now, ask your healthcare provider. If you're interested or think you had co Vid, and they are the safest and best place to do an antibody. Next question here. We've been hearing about a second wave of infections. How do we know if we're internet? We don't because remember that's going to be a retrospective. Diagnosis that we make one. It's in our rear view mirror. We've heard Dr Anthony FAUCI. Say that it's premature to talk about a second wave because we're not out of the first wave yet, but other countries and other parts of the world are looking at this because they're saying that. When we expect a second wave ordeal with one, we have to be able to respond and contain it. Basically, epidemiologists are saying that it could either be one monster, second wave, a slow, burn, or little ups and downs. We don't know how this virus is going to affect us here in the US or worldwide yet it's too new. Men Or women disproportionately affected by overnight and big time. We saw this data early out of China us. CDC Data in March confirmed it at every age group men face almost twice the risk of death. We don't totally understand why but TJ. You're at more risk of dying of Cova than I am, but here's what I want to focus on in the final thoughts. TJ This Week. I want the theme to be all about the principles of medical bioethics so every day. We're going to tackle one of them today. It's about justice About fairness at the. Bedside whether you're talking about one on one or whether you're talking about on a population level, a lot of these issues coming into play right now amidst the pandemic, so we're really talking about potentially how to allocate scarce resources and healthcare and treatments and testing to some disadvantaged populations in the setting of covid like the homeless to pregnant women. School closings and how that may affect children who need to eat at school, complicated issue and again It's really bringing these principles to light so today think justice when you think of Covid. Always and that's our program for today on Tj Hall. Thanks for listening..

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"covid" Discussed on MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"covid" Discussed on MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19

"Camp meeting 2018 doctor ding Roy Thompson and and virtual conferences with dr. Bill Winston. So we're under very strong leadership and you know, the Lord has just recently off. Read some things into our spirit that are going to start to take place and start to manifest here in the earth mail my friend. So I'm so happy. I'm not going to be with you long today, but I did want to come on and off a little testimony and share with you my friends. What is going to be the next phase? Okay in his covid-19. First off we are not start doctors our governments. We pray for the president daily his family vice president pants and Karen and their family. We we pray for the leadership. We pray for the doctors and scientists. I suck everybody involved the First Responders the nurses all prayers are going up before them on a daily basis might be but I'm going to share with you a testimony and what the Lord has given me and March 3rd, if I send you the video how the Lord raise me up out of bed and said this attack was trying to hit my body and told me to go Matthew 18:18 whatsoever you bind on her show up and down have him whatever you loose on show me listen to that song. You'll start to use but I left you in the manuscript when I left the Earth. And so today as I was busy and trying to vacuum and dust and different things my friend. The Lord said I did. I need you to just stop what you're doing and go in your room and just be quiet we still and so I did I immediately just quit down. My boss just went into my real because before I get up in the morning I save Jesus, what's the plan today? I'm going out the plan. What is the plan today Jesus and so she could just stop me in the middle of my cleaning today. And as I went into my back bedroom, and I said there I just sat there and I just didn't know anything. I just said that all of a sudden I heard choice of the Lord saying Badwater that you've been saving and collecting for the past three years that I've told you to do to get a sterile jar and get the first water off rain that hits the Earth you collect that and 1/2 gallon in a pure sterilized gallon jug and silk and don't do anything. Just just wait and I have been doing that 3 years and I didn't know why I just know I just knew that I heard God's voice. Okay, and so he speaks with me through dreams and visions different ways. My friends are so as I did that instruction package today when I was sitting in my room I said, he said now I want you to We are the Pacific instructions and send it out. Now. I have asked you if you wanted to get the Note 8 repair cost to put up over your doors in a book. It is still available. But these are specific instructions and he gave me the gods three-step plan for America to get rid of covid-19. I'm saying it again. Like we are not against the doctors the scientist the vaccine that they're going to come up within about 8 months, but it's not going to say the nation. You're you're you're pushing the envelope to reopen the states in the nation because of fears. Okay. It's all fear-based. Okay, because you don't want the rest of the nations in the world to see that we're Cash America is in a vulnerable state right now, but this America was founded under God one nation under God. God knows what he wants. He put us in a pause song. And the Box my friend, but he's using his table for you to pause. He has Specific Instructions for America. No America cannot get off. But America was you America one nation under God are not going to overrule an override the plan of God. He gave me the scripture to send out to you. What are your instructions? He gave me Pacific instructions. If you want to give a donation, you can text gift 509-408-2323. I will move you out the instructions to your email or to your phone. However, you would like my friend. God gave me the three step instructions to read America of covid-19. Your you'll see it lifting a stronger way to come live in a stronger way. Let the dogs who follow their Pacific instructions from Almighty. It will not come now you're dwelling and song. 91 he will send his angels to take charge over you and your family. He will protect him. He won't Indians in his anointing of God that's going to protect America. It's the anointing that's not protect your school and your children go back to school and you have fought things instructions that I'm going to send out to you. They're ready. You can email me info Kingdom authorized agents.com info Kingdom authorized agents. Com today, and I will email it out to you. Does it cost to get the answer it cost to make the videos to do the writings and to do the manuscripts? We're going to try put the little booked up on amazon.com, our Google Play store or perhaps iTunes. This audio will be up on iTunes. But God has given me the three-step plan to rid off of covid-19. Okay, you don't have to believe me. I didn't know why it was doing the water. I've been doing it for three years and just following in and stretching and when doctor bill went off the gifts and talents that you have there on the inside of your house. And so when I go out to dance and what's the plan Jesus and I got busy doing and he said stop stuck while that you're doing wrong when your room and just sit there and be quiet and that's what I did my friends. I went in my room and I just sent there and the Lord said that woman that you I need you to follow instructions and I need you now to send it send and send the instructions in which I give you and do not carry. So if you're like to be a part, if you would like to get the instructions, would you like your protection if you would like this read this covid-19 written he's off to read it out of the eradicated out of the Earth, but it's going to take the spirit of almighty God and you're not going to overrule him. You're not going to overrule him with a bad scene. You're not going to rule him about you're not going to overrule him my friends. So the sooner we obey he said if you're willing and obedient, usually a good amount. Okay, my friend Isaiah 1:15 go immediately. So, I'm just I'm Kingdom. Okay, I know who I am. And I know who's am? I'm Kingdom. He gave me the title Kingdom authorize an agent now dead. Everybody's talking about the king everything happens in the Earth because of the kingdom of Jesus came on the same creature and repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. Everything happened according to the kingdom. He gave me that name. He said I gave you the man Kingdom authorized agent. So you'll know who you are. You're authorized to do what I tell you what do to go off and then everybody will fall in line. Everybody wants to be talking about the kingdom of the blind eyes opening up the blind on his Healing The Sick raising the dead healing the Lange killing the man off because it's Kingdom time that kingdom of God has come on to you. He said your kingdom and nothing's going to change that. They your DNA Kingdom and I'm King know today my friends and nothing you say can you persuade me I am fully persuaded that on Kingdom. I'm from another round today in the name of Jesus Hallelujah. I want you America..

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"And trillions and we must ensure that these monies gets to citizens and it's very clear that we have very Week transmission make needs of reach into the fake did citizens across the country. I'm suffering styles The national now register which is being talked about now is about two point six million households. We closed about eleven thirty five people also too few. The president came out loud. I'm someone weekly see that we need to increase in number by not shown. I want me and so we probably have Let's see three point. Six million households that needs to be reached or that we reached but then you have more than two point. Six million households we have. We should have about fifteen houses. What are we doing seclude? The we've over one hundred million people that are in poverty. These knots even captured in the register. Which of course. Even you would have with two point six million. Also you'd have twenty nine people captured. Are we have a population of two hundred million or more done? And then you have an additional fifty percents of those more than two percent of the population living in poverty. So you tells you social brush stroke Joe reaching out to the poor undo that are picked. It goes modules report that are affected by this crisis of this time. He tells you that that social structure is not strong enough. And it's not working we. We need to wait conference. Does each night wave tweet developed status stuff each named Jerry on social security number or some sort of way that we can recognize. It's about bbn. It's not main engines afford to look me in in the wake. On each named Jaren wake-up we've push those conversations about each named Jaren having a social security number rates knew who we are where we are are level of income and if we got to be easier go into credit account or send palliatives who demo to each that affected by such crises. So that's one so the second points he's on thinking about homegrown solutions to whatever program we in this country. Because I'm not the most ants particularly with the lockdown. Sometimes we we do a lot of visa. What's been done outside the countries and they'll just send to more than e countrywide even stuff it Programs so I think This time we mean homegrown solutions. We need to really think of. How can we see the economy and save lives at the same time if we we need to invest so much in in in testing facilities invest in the healthcare system and all that but at the same time I think we could consider gradually opening up being fees the economy so that people can work so that people can earn another Nigerians about sixty sixty two percent? And the income. So that tells you better. I mean if you look at the informal nature economy tells you a little people would have been affected by this cases. We can't even afford. So for instance the Sovi does it. General House Soviet done by the national statistics and they mentioned super since Mangyan also feast shortages twelve months of this. Oh Vance was released before. Even the coronavirus issue came to talking about two percents of households context gets. That's been come. Get adequate supply of food and twenty nine thousand for the flu for that. The resort to that twenty seven percents households have to keep your meal because they didn't have money. We're hungry and didn't even eat because of lack of money to the petition is their sincere easy. Cva In the country. And I think we must make conscious effort to see how we come into being reach out to the poor while at the same time stops to keep stuff the common. I can give an example of one. Niimi shifty points announced divide the Celtics on President. The present announced that President announced that up there are five levels For the economy is the coronavirus east content so they never once never find live a fighter simply easy severe lockdown economic activities which way the country is right now. Never worn physically means stop. Wendy economy has opened up and things to in between five hundred and one two three so the government announced plans starts deacon who move into liberal for the best of me on this tells you that I mean this. Is these plans going on on the phone with a little sticky scientists to see we can just continue these lockdown for too long because Goldman come out support citizens businesses for too long. I'm resources I'm not the right. Nine Geraldine two point one percent of GDP with all these if you if you at some of old intervention that those days that we really really Need to do you want this. Anti small. Compared to all the countries some countries Ivan Dean Planning Department South Africa middle tend to handle GDP. What the money is in day on? We can't afford to continue to keep people up too long Because economic implications would be with eight since Rhodri on God bic's so we must pulled together and think of a solution. How do we what? What areas can we even open up? In addition to the essential sick or that era can we opened. What interventions can you? Please do we need to have washing machines. Everywhere do we. Do we do we as we increase and doing the mental about for Sitting Group of Angel. People were highly vulnerable. Maybe love you know for people who can work with at different stages of locked out? We look down for those who aren't time to from They don't have to go around. Yes we need to enforce the stunt as much as we thought we made into two. We must of homegrown solutions to appropriate because we can't economic Sustained come afford to sustain the lockdown too. So that's Out of what I came time economic implications would be it would be if it's unfortunate that we all week these this time but at the same time. I think as much as we try to save lives this. Let's not destroyed equality and that. Same thing Mr Winkle homegrown solutions to program on how to get out and then we come over. Palm on virus all eats ramifications..

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"You. That's the output for medication with this do you can do. We've seen Many schools trying to use the online system in many cases yes not being effective in a few cases yes it has been He's worked out of the experiences where the online system much the odds of music school some schools to catch up with loss time. So what do viral on? There would be like this crisis. It's as evidence that the current challenges may become the new normal. What are the scenarios that will confront us in the nearest future? And how will this impact the livelihood of Nigiera's? Do you think this scenarios would be festival? This would be starting on price movements because of course into sixteen cruella ladles into recession arrived. Burqas out of the session but one interesting thing about the pop up. He was just so we had e V ship recession visa. V ship recession such safety. Draw the line and save means you just wind down then you came out so we went into a recession in two thousand sixteen by the first quarter by the second quarter. Tony Seventeen Economy Radio Coloring Alto of recession. So but this time so many factors that I guess the the Komo meets also not dish onto the five W. Price Lou. I would like new. Remain a little You know this virus continues He's also the five and comical out so so scenarios would be based on on. How how what is for your price going forward into the second. How long can we sustain these economic? Look down and also I think more important. Dan Wilson needs to government intervention. What I'd be policies as to show that we limited the impacted negatively about those look down on these nets is all citizens household on all economic agents. So I think I'm basically that's Macho to determine whether we we remaining recession for a long time is is more lockdown itself so we we've we do restriction of movement on lockdown of month sentence sentences. I think that in itself is one key. One key activity of one key factor. That would drive economy down into a recession ensure that we stay there for quite a long time so what we are basically doing what we've been doing the last few months and injuries to save lives or seeing the coming. But I think it's very important that we we don't make it either. Our situation we do. We have to save lives. Steve The C. Licensee VLAD moves on the end of the recession or economic fresh on the top significant impact. On and do less of people people will lose their jobs who who most become poor and that's how they generational effects on livelihoods on the on the chew. Drain UNBORN GENERATION ON. The of course is also cited pickle. Crime Rate's crime rate's could also lead to loss of lives so you declaring situation. I think it's not going to be rosy furniture Going forward especially giving all the praise your points from the oil price baked lockdown as it went to the fact that clued production ninety is struggling to satellites Two trees also being affected five foreign investments COMMUN- on those who even look investments are being without you know at this time of uncertainty. I think that's one key that keep key factors that definitely bleed Determine how the economy would certainly AIDS looking? More like economy would be heat so the pushed on these people in the box being in there. How long are we going to stay in every session on how long what do we need to do to ensure that we? I would to reduce the number the length of of recession So so it means came would probably have a huge shift recession. So it's going to lose theater for a long time before so this can be offset if interventions meant interventions up properly structured and ensure that they reached those affected households and businesses. I think that's one of the Nigerian. Economy IS HEAVILY. Reliant on the oil sector and despite several efforts we seem not to have fully diversified economy. But what policy. Directions will be effective at this time to drive economic expansion and on the long term diversification devastation longtime immobile. Diversify here I mean you. You want to change. The structure of economy defined period of time. So a year is not something to be something that active shooter outdoor part of the problem. You're seeing now. We haven't done what we should have done but mind you let me see the I. I don't think that menderes programs poodle because of a couple of weeks apples because or reliance on Hulu because I can examples from countries like Saudi Arabia countries like Russia. We've got on these countries heavily dependent. Budo SAUDI ARABIA. For instance relies so much for. What's different between nature you up when you moved to see for the future so be have reserve so by GM or combined with his monkey side to become adequately finance government finance TV. Few hot teams that toward the we. We we don't have that. I mean Saudi Arabia disease tend to be barrows and enjoyed struggles to given to Tara's body so that tells you that even in terms of the oil itself. I we really rich to help you find not only reach. Why do we always think the problem? The problem itself. How we don't we haven't done what we need to do. Over the year so part of which is savings for the future acquiring. We even see how much it took awhile to to even get this over wolf on into appreciate the excess crude-oil account in challenge being he because he sees every money that comes into the edition common shared across the Tweety of government. So that's an easy when it tells you that we'd be ready to see for the future because when he's being seat dot the time. I remember this did go. They want that. Show one eight legal to start saving using the lower no of this lack consciousness about saving for the future for my remember. I one of the lead us ain't on handed you. We need these here. You're they will always be here that we don't have to see if we really it's already here to Sadat's mentality of those about don't have thought seasons coach John Winnie when we need these like these call. We have nothing to even use the code on me's diversified if oil council one percent duty. Pm Manufacturing accountable fifty percents of GDP funding from China. Account for seventy percent. Goldman of any maybe seven coming from taxes on cool at this time with the lockdown. Are you GONNA Tax Business? So you must have something to fall back to about savings coach. I think that's one thing so we often most and discuss about oil deemed appropriate sometimes than clues. That it's not just about Roy. Yes I agree. That doesn't have too much to lose it or ECON but all that sector shoot contribute as much through the east to to maybe X. reserves a crash on or to export earnings or even to go mentioning the economic indicates Keyed Clinic Indicators. But at the same time will we must be able to see for the rainy day. I think that's very key in terms of the policy. Response going forward what I think we need to do. I'd like to draw insights from the. GimMe Janet Comics Came jumping up. Keynes's you Fred to the Permanent Palma may twentieth century. So timing like these. We need to spend our way out of meant ensure that we we spend spend money in the right places. I gave it to us to be able to poor to even the Middle Income. People that have lost exhausted. Yeah savings because that's basically what he's been doing across the world countries know that this is this your design these teams and be tried as much as possible rates the pains of citizens on this axis and the UK for yourself. You come out of the business or knife. He can do this season. As fake nine counties Larry's you can go online logic counseling and then your. Your businesses will be supported in several countries. We've seen been handing cash to seat citizens you know that that needs to survive on at this point so I think these are things that we need to take seriously and it's not just about Nelson billions.

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"We'll be looking at covered. Nineteen oil price and the Nigerian economy and to go along in discussion with me and help make sense of the direction in which we're going We have Wilson is senior economist with the Curia Economic Summit. Welcome thank you. It's a blizzard. Now please introduce yourself Mr Tillis a little bit more about yourself. My knees will in remember. An economist currently work as an economist with Journey Economic Summit Group where I get to do research on. Also engage in policy advocates. So it's not just about researching them but it goes about seeing how we can engage government to implement the recommended Sean. Style we put forward. And that's basically what I did. A Soviet this global pandemic has defined twenty twenty and Nigeria is no exception. What is your opinion on? Its impact on the economy so far. So it's unfortunate that the world is going through this right now grew You know the Coronado virus situation. He's not being funny. Series of Google Shutdown Donald factories. Shut Down Post We've also had an increasing number of cases you know from on China moving over to the United States equally on Europe in general even here in Africa across all different continent. So it's not been an easy one so the number of dead cases out of also increased as well but on the economic side on coming back home here in Nigeria. We've seen how festival so they are different of several transmission mechanism. So do one of them is the price channel where we've seen how demand for could drop significantly physically driven by low low industrial activities. Even people aren't even going out so they lure demand for transport services Which means that based on for fuel? So we've seen cases where KUDA advice features the beat features even wins into a negative so people were actively paying to sell the crude Brains We've seen the drug prices to below twenty dollars per barrel. So that's one key. Effect on also worrisome. I made you couldn't even point. So it's crude because his Such retail with so much put from different places different continent different countries. Saudi Arabia Russia's to you know going on with these war who controlled the market so that creates a lot of uncertainty and outlook for the price of crude which we all knew that It's a major to tell me. Not How would home because who those who? Who Do. I need surprise? Oats to also have accused in relation to grow now reserves Fake thing go. Men's revenue and also can boost in external an exports earnings. So the woman days that drove a significant drop in crude oil project. What we're experiencing it means go. Mint will not be able to meet its financial obligations so things like team salaries which are very important to of things that Keno costs to keep the government running things like infrastructure investment in education healthcare spending unlivable would be severely affected as a result of the decline include a price so that was one effects off the virus pandemic on on major out. And we all know that. Didn't they drink on every dependent on government last recession you? What dresses dot point? One days trouble. We'd Goldman finances that direct linkages into the system of course demand going down ability to meet for an exchange needs becomes Richard Grind fixed on our reserves of approaching five dollars. Fallen significantly on this is made was that we don't have adequate savings fiscal bofors because this this is what countries rely on this point in time to see if we can't get rid of and you only need to drive into saving but right now we're GonNa have got so it's a gesture switch on major. It's not an easy one and a lot of a lot of things of ancient would need to go on what we do now because projections. I've said that the recession is inevitable. We come up way so the question then is what is the how come show that. We don't get to the bottom economic depression new and show that we even if we get into research on become come back because he's just a word it's deficts lives and people who are jobs prizes. We'll go up the poll. Become for many people would fall below the poverty line so these are some of the reality. Is that likely to come on onboard going into next year? So that's one. Tim Buck of price on that. Transmission Magnesium is the fact that cinch off and on trade. He's also been disrupted movement. You know challenges and the global supply chain. So there's an overall materials on this show groups that need to be used in production of what I would also be affected especially when many of the global economy is experiencing lockdown economic activities so? I know that Chanel is through the local disruption intensive Destroy activities locally in Niger. Due to look into restriction so that in itself is a very big space that would also planned in parks and we can imagine for almost a month. We've not read it much economics to c.s in my GDP particularly for you on these continues into it took me June so what if you compared to? Gdp growth egos was that we claim to be lower than what we had by this time last year. So that's an eight. Direct hits on economic activities even do Production of essential temp like food drugs on cool but non-essential also very key down. These needs me to the impact on some sectors so far east on the manufacturing sector. Would you want to do it? Because as much respect for the other sectors within during that fall within the enormous I shall read. That's locked fates cement funding loved the older non-essential sickle sub sectors within the manufacturing sector few grocery goes factor and say coins in nineteen grew by just zero point two percent from two point one percents in twentieth. So that tells you that already you experience in decline so these kind of shock to the system much more declaim talks won't key six also come additional one hundred thirty entertainment and recreation. Saito would be heat So tells you restaurants on it basically places. We have gatherings of people events of one on one key areas that are affected by these. Look down that Saito would be obscene. Li La down what we had last year on undertake construction sector. So we've had a case way Because Structure Signal always relies heavily on government spending. So if you look at the jets let one dedicated to capital spending close to over to treat with being. Shall we D- falling oil prices to review the Govan. How to read either budgets to using the bench Bockel Fizi da Barra even with that. And still you know STU opinions going around that that's unit so We may not have any projections because he's not just oil time also annoying so if the economy's on found a major commitment to these you know try to be mean to spray the requires without also means one. I- revenue companies and install commentary so we would also let me see declaiming noyer so that's over of course without fixed construction and even right now the the main focus has been to contain the spread of the buyers. If you notice most of the government's batsmen Goldman spending than channel to hell and some of the sectors. So what are we talking about roots structure on a really apple so to construct contact though would definitely be be hard heats sectors so there's also transport take the transportation movement of goods four segments to real road and see dressing. The transportation was actually the fastest growing thing Clinton in nineteen. I see deep so this time. It's the hot heat. Because the restrictions on the movement is either was one of the best sectors valid affected. Even so it'd be lots of so we would probably have naked down declining. Good enough transports sector across all the different categories so from the air transports to transport a real transport so also social services sector so you have education on our very key. Sick does that. I think that's a result of of the lockdown for education show downloads to and that in itself tells.

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"A podcast in one place. These very strange times in which we live so practice needs to change accordingly so very practicies needs to be just that while living right now with the virus that is ravaging the world. My name is not on this caused by Africa. I will be talking about how did but is handled. When a person dies of ninety I believe is right here and right now kept business radio to it profitable Africa so it is no longer news that the former chief of staff to the President of the Republic of nine Mama Carey died or the coronavirus seventeenth of April. Twenty twenty now. He's rather unfortunate incidents where they just went to highlight the fact that that's what we do respect of persons in kills the old and the young and it affects people who are highly pleased on people who have nothing so the more we followed these trucks. John's all the guidance at the end. Cdc This dancing for avoid touching is news and mouth frequent washing then the less likely we to contract the corona virus not being saint. Mary's burial was fraught with a lot of controversy in that the body was probably not handled as well as it should. Have to shout distancing issues because people who attended the bureau more than stipulated and the wick crammed unpracticed to one another so. The barrier practices. Need to change. What happens right now if it dies of ninety body needs to be hounded in very specific guidelines by being. Cdc body needs to be carried by people who are wearing protective equipment. The religious cannot touch the piece. The body to keep that in distance not inflicted. This is all for the protection of the relatives. Now the burials to be as dignified as possible giving that this other human being who had you in life and had done things in life and you deserve that dignity of a burial worthy of a person but it has to be done in a controlled manner infected if the person dies at home however is a different matter is at home and for one or the other religious suspect they might have been good with nineteen the really ought to call the. Cdc's busy can come and take action on the body and evacuee body in control. We saw that people are not affected. Imagine just evacuate the body. It's actually commercial vehicle. That can be quite devastating. The body has been nineteen nineteen by Ross on. It's also what we were. Printing diseases like asthma diabetes. Hypertension people are dying from causes other than with nineteen and that is very unfortunate. So if you have any in terms of your disease that you'd be managing for a long time. It is necessary to call. Your husband will let them know that you like to come in four and appoints main and then moved on because right now people might be worried dealers and somebody might end up dying for for reasons other than nineteen. So let's protect ourselves. Steve and I will see you next time on this past. This has been a public health collaboration between Africa Business Radio Films and Uncle Paddy Dot Com..

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"For Disease Control the NCDC as well as other authorities who have a specific practices in Kobe. Carbon Copied Nineteen Now social distancing and other precautions Also in the mix. So why do we need made in Nigeria Solutions Thanks thanks for having US. Social distance in as walks in part because the the government shutdown. And you know bothers movement in Lagos Ogun Abu However you know keeping a distance from each other working from relying on your safety net these measures which advised by. Who you know against the coronavirus pandemic made for parts of the war. That cannot afford to retreat in individualism for millions of people in cities. Like Lagos and Kano. There's no such thing as You know social distancing yourself many in those for almost a month now legos. You know some are privileged enough to stop the panthers who had loss of You know hand sanitizers wipes facemasks food and basic needs but many others rely on d today and in for them to be able to provide for themselves now. These safety nets have not been readily available in Nigeria. The government you know in these states and the federal government have been doing their bit but there's the comments on histories now people say Hong Kong Alvar. You know the land mass of Lagos is unbelievable. Small landmass with a lot of people teen to twenty million people depending on where you are. If New York you know never sleeps because the lights are always on Lagos never sued. Because there's no power most times because you know man people stay outdoors to get some air some so that they don't choke down. Wendy are getting some air you know. A lot of things can happen. You know. Illegals relies on a lot of informal economy. It's the economic capital of Nigeria. Was still you know. It's the informal economic capital of West. Yes because mining curious street might manicures. You know it's very novel is nothing you'll find all about. This is how these people survive and these people the ones who houses leaving communities where forty people or more share building share a bathroom you know. So how do you social distance from that? It's different from what it is all about the world that is why you know we need to look inward. I look at our own peculiar challenges to solve our own problems and You know you know. The government has been trying to the state government who look at things from a holistic manner. Which is what we've been clamoring for for years and years. The local governments need to be powered by themselves. Because it is true. You know local governments that we can get primary healthcare now. We get a lot of things happening for people in their words in the zones. You know that is why we need made in nine hundred solutions. You know I can continue to speak. Speak about many things that you know you know. We need to do but think about it. Even beyond the people that live in penury Two weeks coronavirus case was confirmed in Lagos doctors in the AFC. Booja announced that they were going on strike. Overwhelmed compete salaries. Those are doctors. The people you know part of the Tri Stat supposed to help stop the spread of the Earth. You know in it's it's it's just very baffling and what we must do. Now is crafty innovative solutions based on our own unique similarities. And this not mean that we have one solution for the whole country. We simply need to make these solutions graduate solutions in densely populated passively must differ from the suburbs dissolution from Alabama's differ from you know scanty islands in Nagoya. We Need Solutions. That are based on local challenges of the people set in places. I haven't had cases you know. Pat Glennon Yanagawa. If people live on an island and then you you stop them from traveling. Mainland to get resources Dandy will look for other ways that we can cost the spread if there is a case amongst them so we must envisioned solutions for win was also invasion could solution for win coronavirus spikes because according to some experts above the NCDC and Lagos officials. We haven't reached that peak yet. So at that point we must plan for it on That is why we need. Maybe Niger solutions because men for example even in Lagos right. Now you're looking at places like but agree yes. There are no cases in fire. We buy in. We look when we talk me goes we. Oh we just think maybe the metro yeah places like the you know the mainland Ikeja Nasty like that. But I'll expect that somewhere like but agree Those who who are four years I jog by be locked down. Saturday doesn't get there and then they will find a way to ensure that you know their life can continue their but within that space absolutely should be solutions. Need to be designed for each part of and that's why you know If a practice true federalism you would help us really Solve problems for people where they are rather than trying to use uniform solutions or national solutions to solve local problems. Which is what has pulled us back over here so maybe now we can start. You know doing those anything's set in short term. You know reforms on medium-term reforms for us to achieve what we need to do as it totally. Now as my giresse foremost think-tank. That's you guys. At the end she What are some of the things that you are doing to make these This happened that is You know looking for 'em local solutions to some of these challenges there be any issue works across twelve policy commissions for the five mighty and three communities of practice. I knew sound like a lot of numbers and a lot of decisions. What these things through. All Saito's economy from agriculture to human capital and think about it. Agriculture has been very effective because a lot of people have had to be at home but even in upper parts of the country where a lot of agricultural things are happening. These people simply produce that he can ship to larger cities and their businesses have been affected profits. We are affected. You know roadblocks on the road and everything happened on. The road has made some of your produce. You Know Rothfusz stop you know before getting into the market you know A friend of mine told me about you. Know Market Women. The cheese she went to the market as a kid has an essential service and provide and salt trucks and trucks on carts of Rotten fruit being thrown away and she was conversation with me and said why can't do things be given out to the people before they you know. So these are ways that we can Solve those problems. As as as a government we are not the government you know at the NASD beyond what we're doing You know it's In many many angles across these sectors that I mentioned currently advocating for short-term media long-term policies that will aid survival of Nigerians. Our modern surviving. That will help them. Thrive through short term. Because you know currently as coronavirus you know then medium-term plant and long-term plan so we're having discussions which will you know Coming to you know would unravel in the near future beyond policies. We have sport several piracy of players to make generous contributions to was a public private partnership to flatten the curve. resources that are now being used to us this current and looming challenges of the future and also it is important to note that Dylan pandemic you know It's quite different from Wendy Spanish flu was there. Or you know all of the other pandemics of the past this different way enabled by technologies time so therefore to tackle the pandemic the as you supported you know eventers platform firm foundations practice of strange which is getting young. You know vibrant innovators to come up with solutions solutions. That can help us solve the challenges of this novel virus. You know. Many of them came on board you. You'll be amazed about many ideas that are people. Are you know the way that you know? Young Nigerians one to execute and change future able to Help if you seven of them one of them imagine what they create novell solution based on technology duck and help contact tracing things that have been adopted by certain state governments now and people are using it to trace context people that are had devised tracing contacts around there. But what are we doing down to use innovative solutions? And these things were created by grown solution so this is very critical is vital. And don't forget when we get through this pandemic which we will. This solutions will not just go today. They'll continue to you. Know Nacho them and use them for all the challenges that confront us in the future so this is the way that we can create made. Niger.

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"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"covid" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Right It's still a very very good day here on Africa Business Radio and we're going into something novel I know the word novel has been in People's ears now in Relation to something a bit You know on the negative side of health and causing pandemic but still on that subject We are starting our partnership here with the Nigeria Economic Summit Group and Africa Business Radio. And we'll be looking at covered. Nineteen and Nigeria's socio economic outlook. It's going to be a five part series and we're going to be looking at the implications of what the pandemic is having might have a will have on the Nigerian economy medium short and long term. And to do this with us so we have a definite at the end. Of course somebody from Deny Jira economics group the G We be having that conversation and going into all of that. is Allying cut in your love. Good Day Sir and welcome. Thanks for having me It's a privilege to be here My time mentioned that You're the first to right the first time. So all right so Kudos to be congratulations to certain. Put myself on the back here. That's it right so Part one of the series is what you're listening to today and we're going to go straight into it so I'll ask the questions and he will answer we'll rent a little bit so here goes You Walk at the economic. Think tank The G since Nineteen ninety-three setup Doing some good things Since then What effect has coordinated hat on businesses livelihood and The German economy Thanks for having me once again. I think it has had a gruelling effect. You know on every single one of us Covy nineteen in modern two hundred and thirty countries and you know The world is A global market. Now it's a it's a neighborhood you know when you cross over to anywhere. Globalization has opened up the world and it has also allowed the covert dynasty and spread. What is nothing to really panic about? Because if you read history you'll go back and you find out that there have been many pandemics down here and the world always recovers and you know they say you know if you go in the fire you know. That's when it comes out so I'm sure that we recovered. There's no need to panic. However it's been grueling on the livelihood of everybody you know everybody is taking hard ninety has about two hundred million people and You know the federal government officially our showdown Leaguers Abu John Ogun state but if you realize those are the nerve centres of the country and also some state governors have followed suit to you know to shut down their own stakes just to protect the people because we all know that our health care system is in the best of the best way to do. It is to use policies to keep them people at home to protect them. You know But wanting to notice that Korea virus affects different countries. In different ways. You know Famous New York City's shutdown because health is in you know paramount before for nine. June's this quite different Everyone are on what has employed social distance in because he many of these western countries Have people most people have houses to go to buddies quite different here We have two hundred million people. The president on Sunday announced that You know some politics safety nets provided to two point. Eight million households but According to Niger statistics we have at least eighteen. Million poor people very poor people in the country. We have forty. We have forty million unemployed or on the employees people so two point eight million. Six people bars. Would you know about twelve thirteen about eighteen? Million People that the program will reach which means that there's a dearth of of of You know challenges that would confront us and it's it's not insurmountable but we would have to all come together and use something that we refer to as it trident to tackle this to tackle this challenge. Now explain that well Nigeria has is heavily reliant on the on the oil sector you know the honest contribution to GDP and the oil prices have dropped significantly to have effects on the economy and also on foreign direct investment because investors. Aren't you travel around the world and looking for opportunities right now everyone is trying to shore up? Who would have great effects on on our economy but the good thing also that helps us at this moment because is that our country is a has a huge informal economy as well you know not just the the guys will it means that doubt would also help us but sometimes the infamous economies is is hard to measure. What because of that? That's why I'm so upset mystic that we will bounce back bought. You know you would have serious serious effects on the formal. You know Economy why that is that Just think think about the Trident people say medical is the most important thing but The medics only three people that that are ill but the the also important in Detroit so number one is the medical efficiency number two is governance and number three is communication right dot trident is needs to. I read that to try and expand the other one in a bit. So I tried interviews in you know medical efficiency which Let's be honest. We do not really have bought through governance. In in this time we've been able to to Repack IN LAGOS STATE. You know And some other states. The state governors stepped up To to create Isolation centers in partnership with private. Sudas help so that. Trident of Medicare efficiency. Governors communication is what What determines how could. Ninety-nine affects every country of this world for example The number of cases occur virus in Germany is as high almost as high as spins but far less up people have died which is because the US destroyed and of medical efficiency. We all know what we call Germans. German machines machine yes. They've used exceptional government. I'm most importantly communication so when he social distance state whom Depending on who should stay at home. How people should get their resources how people should interact are people should commute. How the markets you walk out the essential services should walk solo. These trident is very important. I'm I'm I believe that If we get it right of course we are you know. At than economy on a state body if we get it right to to a certain level we will be able to. You know you know Solve our problems and covered nine hundred problems in our community at the moment. Now what does the other tried and against the nineteen the Audit Trident is Barbaro? Meet much it. Hit About Twenty eight twenty five which means that. The government cannot fund to telephones this process so the other trend is the is the funding. We all know business works with funding. Nothing works without funding so the Trident is the government which is the federal state and local government funding the efforts. The second is something. I would like to comment which is where the NASD operates which is Private sector organized and informal private sector use as the second part of the Trident and third the international community So the privates stepped up massively. I'm sure many of us in the in the cities I've heard about you know so much money that the privates have donated to us this 'cause you know the government to I spoke fifty nets died. The government put in place what the international community is important in helping us with medical efficiency. You know I mentioned earlier that You know without that efficiency. We can't do anything some weeks ago. Some Ferrari that some Chinese people came into nine Jonah. Treating people became to train people But if you notice the European Union the Dutch empty these people have been donating you know finances. Resources achieve maximum efficient. Whatever it is we are doing a wanted to To be rid of this pandemic what should be our priorities against Kobe? Nineteen at this time but we have to utilize bottom tridents to to tackle. A few of our priorities are mentioned. The you know the parodies Shortly but I'd like to mention Something quickly it is the fact that You know in in Lagos about six million people live on incomes largely on a daily basis. You know any represents millions of families who can only start buying making meals you know when the primary breadwinner gets home every day and the breadwinner has not been able to go out so you know number one. Is You know..

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