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Fresh update on "covid 19 pandemic" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:33 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "covid 19 pandemic" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Caley, the CDC director is planning a major overhaul of the agency after an internal review acknowledged missteps in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Doctor Rochelle Walensky, who ordered the internal review, is calling for a reset. We were operating with a frail public health infrastructure nationally. And we made some pretty public mistakes, and we need to own them. Doctor walensky says the agency review found the CDC's COVID guidelines on masks, vaccines, and more have been confusing and overwhelming echoing public criticism. Four more busloads of migrants who had crossed the border into Texas arrived in New York City. Texas governor Greg Abbott has been sending migrants to New York and Washington, D.C.. New York's mayor Eric Adams says Abbott is using migrants as a political pawn Abbott says Adams is a hypocrite. He's asked for help in handling the wave of migrants. We're going to look at our hotels. We're going to look at those spaces that we have outside of the major business districts. We're going to look at places where people are able to have the dignity and respect that they deserve. Meanwhile, governor rabbit called for reinstituting Trump administration policies to restrict border crossings. Building the border wall eliminating catch and release, the implementation of title 42 policy, as well as the implementation of the remaining Mexico policy. Governor rabbit and mayor Adams spoke on ABC's nightline. Donald Trump's CFO is expected to plead guilty to day to tax violations in a deal that would require him to testify about business practices at the former president's company. Alan weisselberg is charged with taking more than $1.7 million in untaxed compensation from the Trump organization. Lie from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries, I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. With a Bloomberg business progressive presents forced metaphors about bundling your whole auto another vehicles. Any sports fan knows defense. When's championships? Your championship is your

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U.S.P.S. Institutionalized Election Interference With New Division

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 17 hrs ago

U.S.P.S. Institutionalized Election Interference With New Division

"United States Postal Service just institutionalized election interference with new mail in ballot division by our buddy chuck devore Now in Texas formerly of California and this is in the federalist Pretty big deal don't you think To address some of these of the U.S. Postal Service announced on July 28 it was creating the election and government mail services division Adrian Marshall a United States Postal Service veteran was named as the division's first director with Mark Elias Remember that SOB The Democrats foremost lawfare professional a longtime proponent of elections by mail Tweeting out his approval These people just keep digging their way into the bureaucracy The rationale for this new division is that the growing use of mail in ballots requires extra attention to ensure the greater volume of mail ballots can be handled by an increasingly overburdened USPS It reported it delivered more than 135 million ballots in 2020 with 40 million delivered so far this year during the primaries More and more elections conducted by mail have been a longtime goal of Elias and other Of his ilk since long before public health fears over in person voting during the COVID-19 pandemic Constructive denote the most European nations found mail in ballots to be susceptible to fraud and limited their use But not in America No we have a perfect system And don't say anything You might be dragged before the January 6th French Revolution committee Or

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Fresh update on "covid 19 pandemic" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:30 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "covid 19 pandemic" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"There's now more than 12,000 monkeypox infections across the country, that number is rising in this latest guidance from the CDC says people really need to be careful not to spread this virus to other members of their household and that includes their pets. I mean, we remember in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic when you'd hear a few rare cases where animals were testing positive, monkeypox is not nearly as transmissible as COVID is, but it is possible there's new evidence that it can spread from humans to animals. And the way that it spreads, we know, is through close physical contact. There is a lot of that with your pets. If you're cuddling, if you're petting them, if you're sleeping in the same bed. So if you've got the virus and you don't think your pet has yet been exposed, you should try to get them out of the house, find a friend or a neighbor that you can send your pet to, isolate by

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 California appeals court rejects COVID-19 fines for church

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

California appeals court rejects COVID-19 fines for church

"A California church won't have to pay fines for defying safety regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic a California appeals court says that calvary chapel San Jose was practicing its freedom of religion when holding large worship services during the pandemic the church had been fined about $200,000 in reversing lower court rulings California's 6th district court of appeal referred to last year's U.S. Supreme Court decision that ruled that size limits on indoor worship services violate religious freedom San Jose county says it will continue to pursue some $2.3 million in penalties because the ruling does

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Biden to sign major climate and health care spending bill

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Biden to sign major climate and health care spending bill

"President Joe Biden will deliver what he calls the final piece of his pared down domestic agenda when he signs the Democrats landmark climate change and healthcare bill today the legislation includes the most substantial federal investment in history to fight climate change some $375 billion over a decade The bill caps prescription drug prices for Medicare recipients at $2000 out of pocket each year It also helps about 13 million Americans pay for healthcare insurance by extending subsidies provided during the COVID-19 pandemic the measure will be paid for by new taxes on large companies and

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The Pandemic Did Not Hurt You, Government Did

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

The Pandemic Did Not Hurt You, Government Did

"I have a hunch coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic coming out of the lockdowns coming out of our economy being shut down by governments The virus and the pandemic did not stop our economy It was governments who did it The pandemic did not hurt your children and your grandchildren getting the education they deserve at the government run schools it was government who did it And actually only certain governments did it Certain states did it In major kids learn on a laptop in the kitchen Instead of actually going to the classroom and getting the education that you're paying for And that we promised our children Anybody who's on the wrong side of that issue they should be going down this fall And I have a feeling people are voting based on what happened in their school boards I have a feeling people are voting based on what happened in their county level in their city level If their mayor had draconian rules or their county executives had draconian rules in COVID-19 that screwed up your business and screwed up your community when it crossed the other side of the state you had different rules because they were had Republicans in charge And you're fed up and you're done and you're letting those things that affected you personally Motivate your vote If that's where you are if that's what you're hearing I mean I'm hearing people here in the greater Washington area running for Congress Candidates who are going to the House of Representatives and they're running on school board issues Right They're running I'm saying you put me in Congress as your member of the House of Representatives to the federal government And I will start focusing on an investigating the teachers union and how they affected education funding and how that affected your school board and your state board of education

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25 million kids missed routine vaccinations because of COVID

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

25 million kids missed routine vaccinations because of COVID

"The United Nations says a global side effect of the coronavirus pandemic has been children missing out on routine vaccinations I'm Ben Thomas with the latest A report from the World Health Organization and UNICEF says 25 million children last year failed to get vaccinated against diphtheria tetanus and pertussis Those three diseases are seen as markers for childhood immunization coverage It continues a downward trend that began in 2019 before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic UNICEF calls the numbers a red alert for child health warning the lack of vaccinations and the current rise in global malnutrition will result in many lives lost Vaccine coverage fell in every region of the world but the worst effects were seen in East Asia and the Pacific Data shows the vast majority of children who failed to get immunized were living in developing countries namely Ethiopia India Indonesia Nigeria and the Philippines I'm Ben Thomas

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African officials: Monkeypox spread is already an emergency

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

African officials: Monkeypox spread is already an emergency

"Health authorities in Africa say they're treating the expanding monkeypox outbreak there as an emergency and the calling on rich countries to share the world's limited supply of vaccines Monkey box has been sickening people in parts of central and West Africa for decades But the lack of diagnosis and weeks surveillance means many cases are going undetected across the continent Now in an effort to avoid the glaring equity problems seen during the COVID-19 pandemic local experts want to be able to address monkeypox as an emergency so that it does not cause more pain and suffering and get quicker access to vaccine stocks vaccines have not previously been used to try to stamp out monkeypox epidemics in Africa officials have relied mostly on measures like contact tracing and isolation I'm Charles De

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WHO considers declaring monkeypox a global health emergency

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

WHO considers declaring monkeypox a global health emergency

"The World Health Organization's convening an emergency committee to consider if the spiraling outbreak of monkeypox weren't being declared a global emergency Declaring the disease to be a global emergency would mean the UN health agency considers the outbreak to be an extraordinary event and that the disease is at risk of spreading across even more borders possibly requiring a global response It would also give monkeypox the same distinction as the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing effort to eradicate polio however many scientists doubt any such declaration would help to curb the epidemic Since the developed countries recording the most recent cases are already moving quickly to shut it down I'm Charles De

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EPA Trims Ethanol Fuel Mandate for 2020-21 But Raises It for 2022

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

EPA Trims Ethanol Fuel Mandate for 2020-21 But Raises It for 2022

"The EPA sets new requirements for the amount of ethanol that must be blended into the nation's gasoline supply The Environmental Protection Agency is finalized the amount of biofuel that must be blended into the nation's gas supply for 2022 The agency raised the level of renewables required to 20.63 billion gallons That's an increase of a little over 8% from last year It includes advanced biofuels and 15 billion gallons of traditional ethanol The government retroactively lowered the requirements for 2020 and 2021 acknowledging that the COVID-19 pandemic decreased how much ethanol was produced but also how much gasoline was sold The American fuel and petrochemical manufacturers group reacting to the announcement says unachievable mandates will increase fuel costs while the renewable fuels association says the requirement will encourage growth and lower gas prices noting that ethanol is currently cheaper than gasoline Jennifer King

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More turn to UK food banks as food and fuel bills soar

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

More turn to UK food banks as food and fuel bills soar

"In Britain more are turning to food banks as food and fuel bills saw For many struggling families older people and the homeless one food hub in East London has been a lifeline since the COVID-19 pandemic hit Britain volunteers have been collecting surplus groceries from stores and distributing them to people who can't afford to buy food while the virus threat has now faded the need for food banks in Britain has soared Skyrocketing energy and food bills are pushing millions into financial hardship the cost of food and fuel has risen sharply too with inflation reaching 9% in April the highest in 40 years Charles De Ledesma London

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Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

"After more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic the Biden administration is warning many of the nation's healthcare workers are simply burned out We all have it We all remember that We all know what it looks like As they spoke with doctors and others at Washington's children's national hospital vice president Harris and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy saw and heard the signs They use words like burned out Traumatized Murthy's released a report warning that the situation is not addressed many could quit a projected 3 million essential low wage health workers in the next 5 years nearly 140,000 doctors in 11 years We need to do a better job of taking care of you Harris told workers the administration's calling for new investments and steps to protect their mental well-being including more counseling and worker safety Sagar Meghani Washington

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Find out How You Can See Dennis Prager & Mike Gallagher at VIP Event

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Find out How You Can See Dennis Prager & Mike Gallagher at VIP Event

"Exciting stuff happening around this company. The Salem news channel platform keeps expanding. You keep supporting the show and I'm grateful. And of course, I get to work with great people like my dear friend Dennis prager. And coming up Tuesday, march 29th, Dennis is going to be in town. He has his ultimate issues hour on the radio. He's going to do it in person and yours truly is going to introduce him. So if you want to come out and see us both, it's going to be at the Meadows country club in Sarasota, Tuesday, march 29th from four to 6 p.m.. It's a VIP only ultimate issues forum. It'll be an intimate one on one conversation with Dennis, who's as far as I'm concerned, one of the smartest, smartest people on the radio. I'll be there to introduce him to welcome the crowd. We're going to talk about the COVID-19 pandemic, the midterm elections, the Biden administration, that's an exclusive VIP event limited seating is available, get your tickets today. If you want to come join us and again, I'll be there in person to introduce Dennis prager in person Tuesday, march 29th at 4 p.m., for tickets, go to the answer, Sarasota dot com, and you better hurry because these tickets are going fast. The answer, Sarasota, dot com, and you're going to have a great, great time. And I look forward to meeting you in person, along with Dennis prager, love doing stuff with Dennis. I think we're going to have an event in June in the upstate of South Carolina too, more to come.

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How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed after two years?

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed after two years?

"Tomorrow marks two years since the spread of Kobe nineteen cases was declared a pandemic and health experts say they've learned many things since then two years after the pandemic began questions still remain about the corona virus including its origin and long term effects but health officials know a lot more about how to keep open nineteen under control and allow for normal life to resume now safe effective vaccines are readily available in most parts of the world and there are treatments for those with severe symptoms antiviral drugs often combined with anti inflammatories like steroids and even manufactured antibodies to attack the virus and researchers have come to understand the virus mainly spreads through the air so what being down surfaces became less of an issue while mask wearing and good ventilation still remain the best preventive strategies I'm Jackie Quinn

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Why Biden Should Declare the Pandemic Over

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | 6 months ago

Why Biden Should Declare the Pandemic Over

"It is manifestly clear that the panic phase of the COVID-19 pandemic has to end. The costs are too high. I don't mean end as a state of mind, the pandemic has to end officially as a matter of stated public policy by the U.S. government. President Biden needs to declare publicly that the pandemic phase of COVID is over. So people can resume a living in a reality, not dominated by masks. Tests or vaccines. If you want to know reason one of the hundred reasons, you should not vote Democrat if you are a good person in the few think rationally, why you should be anti left, read the Daniel henninger piece today in The Wall Street Journal. Is there anything comparable in The New York Times from one of its members of its editorial board or The Washington Post of the LA times and go down the list? Of course not.

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Bill Gates Needs Jesus Christ

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Bill Gates Needs Jesus Christ

"I think it would make him more at peace with his, with his issues. He's got serious issues. Any Republican that associates with Bill Gates, you got serious problems. Okay, cut 26 Bill Gates wishes happy lunar year to China and embraces the Tiger symbol for vitality and health. This is unbelievable. This clip is so incredible. Bill Gates, he is, he's part of there's an archetype that all these people fill, right? And Bill Gates definitely fills the master of the universe type archetype. Now, I am not a fan of Leonardo DiCaprio's new movie on Netflix. Don't look up. Have you saw this Conor? But I will say that there is one actor, and there is one role in that movie. That screams Bill Gates. It's the billionaire adviser to the president who kind of has this beta male like fake way of kind of showing strength. Here's Bill Gates complimenting China. Play cut 26. I want to wish everyone in China, a very happy lunar new year. Just as the Tiger symbolizes vitality and health, our foundation has continued to work over this past year. The reason troubling and highly contagious on the variant means the COVID-19 pandemic is not yet over. Since the onset of the pandemic, China has worked hard to not only contain the virus, but also contributed to closing the equity gap by supporting other countries with many different supplies, including great vaccines. That is unadulterated propaganda. I'm not going to make a

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Jack Brewer Explains Why He Became a Donald Trump Supporter

The Larry Elder Show

01:12 min | 7 months ago

Jack Brewer Explains Why He Became a Donald Trump Supporter

"I'm watching Fox News this afternoon. And it's the Martha McCollum show, and she has a former NFL football player on named brewer. What's his first name? Jack brewer. And the following exchange takes place. I mean, I was ostracized. I was called names. I mean, my family was targeted. Just because I supported Donald Trump. And since then, it's like more and more people have continued to start to support the things that Donald Trump stands for. But more specifically, the things that people that are seeking righteousness stand for. And I think the educational process is continuing for so many Americans. And I think this COVID-19 pandemic has exposed exactly what's going on with our government and not getting after the root cause. People want you to get at the root cause of issues. And the root cause of issues, particularly when it comes to minorities and African Americans is fatherlessness. And Democratic Party policies excuse me, are the ones that are at the root of this, they promote it. They don't stand against it, and I think people in this nation see that. They want our children all to love this country and love America.

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Unreserved

Unreserved

07:24 min | 7 months ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Unreserved

"And it was part of the powerful cause that I'm watching all of this happen. And this is what KI is and this is what KI does when someone cries out for help. We do the best that we can. And this is what true nations do. When they hear a request for support, they respond immediately or as best as they can as quickly as possible. Now, part of the news around bare skin has been the lack of support from government. The seeming lack of support from government or the slowness of support. What do these conditions of this community and the lack of support in this what is obviously a very difficult time for this community to tell you about the relationship between indigenous people and the government? Well, it's the difference between words and action. Really you begin to see what real action does and what words do. And how easily politicized this pandemic has become. You know, I was reading some tweets from indigenous services, minister, Patti, had you talking about all the resources that the financial resources that were provided to the community. And the next day you hear chief lefty having a lot of money talking about the lack of resources and lack of resistance from the services Canada, who is was designed and put in place to support the communities. So you begin to see where the true action lies and that is in the communities themselves where what we're seeing is from the government, the politicization of COVID-19 and creating the illusion of responding. And I say that because we've seen it before, we've seen it many times before when we were fighting with mining company. We had so many ministers or ministers coming in here into our community, almost every other week. But they had nothing substantive to offer to our community at that time. So you have people out there to know Canada, thinking that because a minister goes into a community that something is being done to provide support when the fact that a matter is, there is nothing substantive being offered total communities. And so I call that the illusion of a consultation or the loop of engaging with communities. Yeah. Now, we're hearing that three rangers went to bearskin to do an assessment under the shoulder assessment. To me, when you're doing this assessment, that's still doing nothing. You just are assessing on what's going on. And then I'm hearing that there might be three more that will be sent there at some point. So how long then state of emergency been called till there is at least some response from the government albeit through the rangers. You're talking near the end of last year. And here we are on the tenth and it's just now people giving up to try and make the effort or at least be seen to be making the effort of doing something to support the community. What would you like to see? What would be a successful reaction in this situation to you? You know, whenever first nation, so indigenous nations do something to try and protect their territory, there's an immediate reaction. And that's usually militarized police in services to try and remove people off the lens. To keep them from protecting the lands. And I would like to see a similar reaction when help. A similar response that there is an immediate response to trying to provide support to the people. Especially when the resources that were put in place for the communities are there and that they should be deployed to try and provide support and also some immediate support from both levels of government who have signed on to part treaty, treaty number 9, that they would be there because when I was young, I used to hear the elders always tell us that what they remember clearly from the commissioners was that they said no enemy. Which means I will look after you. And so you begin to look at the slow response from both levels of government at this time to a crisis. That's happening in our communities. So to us, that's not living up to the commitment of giggle kind of enemies. Now, this is not the first time that you've had experience with these things or the first time you've sprung into action to support your communities. Tell me about some of the other kinds of work that you've done, John. I've done a lot of different things to try and ensure that support or I guess the quest for justice for people to ensure that those commitments that were made to our elders or ancestors were lived up to. For example, right now I work with a board. That's trying to put in or find funding to deal with the shortages of infrastructure in the communities like for example, we see what's happening in their skin now. There's no place to isolate. So trying to find some infrastructure for people to isolate. You have all other advisories, you have all crowding. So I try to put that information out into society that this is what's happening here to the business people, right in Canada's backyard. John you're clearly a man of great compassion and empathy. You've done a lot of advocacy work for our nations. What do you want people who are listening to know about bear skin Lake about KI and the communities that surround you? I think to look beyond what has been said about who we are, many times people have.

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WSJ Survey: Hispanic Voters Trust Republicans on Economy, Border Security Issues

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 9 months ago

WSJ Survey: Hispanic Voters Trust Republicans on Economy, Border Security Issues

"Ships in some parts of the country were larger And its analysis of the 2020 electorate equus labs which studies the Latino electorate found swigs toward the GOP of 20 points and parts of Florida's Miami dade county 12 points of the rear grand valley of Texas and double digit swings in parts of the northeast In South Florida the ship was big enough to flip two congressional seats to the GOP And you have a lot of people in these areas that have seen a lot of destitution or have escaped tyranny From Cuba from Venezuela from Haiti and from other countries In the last month's election for governor Virginia AP vote has found the Republican Glenn yelchin who won the race out poll the Democrat opponent among Hispanic voters We talked about that Hispanic voters saw Republicans in Congress is better able than Democrats to handle some economic issues such as reining in inflation and cutting the federal deficit And best able to secure the border They saw Democrats in Congress as better able to control the COVID-19 pandemic rebuild infrastructure in healthcare more affordable So those of us who believe in individual liberty and the constitutional system we still have our work cut out for us But what I'm saying is there's a significant population in this country that we should embrace that we should engage with that we should talk to and I actually think from a conservative perspective we do We don't deny anybody We want to have that discussion We don't say agree with us or will burn your house down You know that's the other

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Jobless Claims Fall to Lowest Level Since Start of Covid-19 Pandemic

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Jobless Claims Fall to Lowest Level Since Start of Covid-19 Pandemic

"Unemployment claims fell last week to a pandemic low some two hundred ninety three thousand Americans filed for jobless benefits the second straight weekly drop and the lowest total since March twenty twenty it's a sign the job market is still getting better even though hiring has slowed the last two months because jobless aid applications and generally tracked the pace of layoffs the fallen steadily since last spring with businesses were struggling to fill jobs holding on to their workers Sager

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A Summer of Delta: The COVID-19 Pandemic in the US

The Daily

01:59 min | 1 year ago

A Summer of Delta: The COVID-19 Pandemic in the US

"But we are talking to you right. After the labor day holiday in the us which traditionally marks the end of the summer and this summer was supposed to be the summer of liberation from cove in the summer of freedom from the pandemic as president biden called it. It doesn't seem that that's what it's become. So let's talk about what this summer was in theory going to look like what it might have looked like and what it turned out to be. Well let's begin by talking about what it could have been. The summer could have continued to be the summer of liberation. We could have continued to see rising vaccination rates and a variant that responded beautifully to the vaccines and continued on this lovely path toward being free of the pandemic. instead while we've had is a summer of delta and i think delta more than anything else has really shown us that this virus cannot be underestimated. It's a lesson renew already. But i think delta has delivered it with a really tough punch and shown us that we are really far from being done with this virus. So let's talk through the data from this summer. The infection rates the hospitalization rates the death rates and. We're those ended now that the summer's over at how they contrast with what we would have expected when the summer began. You know when you wanna see what you think the country is going to do. What some of. The experts that i talked to do is look at florida. Florida has been this this bellwether throughout the pandemic and so some experts that i talked to were saying as far back as january. That florida was going to have a wave in the summer. What i think they didn't expect and what ended up being the story. All over the country is how high those numbers went at one point this summer. Florida common for one in five cases throughout the country. The numbers just kept going

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

Electronic Specifier Insights

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

Electronic Specifier Insights

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

"To collaborate life yet a cloud data that directly from our testing equipment anywhere in the world and we had really the tension to actually accelerate the release of a tool like tag drive. Which for us. It's going to be key to enable this a new way of collaboration that are salga with our customers. That are now. I would say it's even more important not due to woodall. Kobe has made us to to change our lives. Absolutely yes indeed. Indeed and as we mentioned in everybody's had to get used to working on adapting to work the virtually over the last eighteen months. How has that impacted techtronic team and how you guys nice to maintain customer relationships in a virtual format well society and all industries have been impacted by not being able to meet face to face and however you know this has provided us with an opportunity to innovate as well so we have creating new ways and sometimes accelerate and enhance the existing. That's digital ways that we already had for engaging with our customers which is really at the heart of how we were with. The we want to remain in close contact with our customers said to give you an example a very concrete one in my team we have developed the to provide virtual very complex technical demonstrations remotely with our customers more than two years and a half ago. That disability was not really used that much because we all thought that finally holiday meeting face to face. What's the best way while the chance we had is that are hiring. That ability already deployed in house was key for us to be able to cope with kobe because immediately we could use it on to provide a technical support to provide technical demonstrations for solving our customer problems to those engineers at our customer base and that was done in a very effective way. Unsurprisingly we see that our customers are a lot so these as we all had that we need to be face to face. All the time is kind of coming down because today they appreciate to have. Maybe that first discussion with us remotely seeing how we can provide them a very good technical demonstration. You know through the through the internet if you prefer them and then use the next timer for a more in depth discussion that yeah probably will happen face to face as we as resume the possibility to to travel visit our customers. So you know. Basically we have been able to demonstrate our products online and liberates capability. We had already and also from our marketing standpoint We have evolved to launching a number of digital and virtual events with women ours but also learn from them doing cutaway we did out of women are thing we realize. Maybe we need to adopt them a bit differently. Making sure that We are making lively enhanced participation from the other side and i believe we are still on that journey how we can make those more relevant to customers and we have received very good feedback about it. So it's been a journey. Where still on that. only all. We have done a good job to keep that connection. That is strong connection with our customers and support them in their enables and data's good take and likewise another area which is presented challenges when wind operating virtually is suppose the faa's so to how they adapted over the last eighteen months during the pandemic so our as hot to to.

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

Electronic Specifier Insights

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

"Intersection between merging technology to saudi and the environments. He loved this podcast. Place checkout friendly futures at now on all platforms and i think touched an earlier maria but how how touched tektronix been able to maintain business as usual throughout the pandemic. I must say joe. Because i really have to repeat this again. Thanks to the amazing ability of the team. I was really blown away by how our people have reacted with all the sudden changes. We all have to live on during last year and our business from a revenue standpoint was for sure impacted during q. Two twenty twenty but actually we ended the year much stronger than we thought. And we did very well during the remaining part of last year and our first quarter. has been amazingly strong so this has been something now. I didn't think we'd come that quick but The businesses is coming back very strong. We maintain the the business as usual because on one side on teams were split. We had some engineers in the lab somewhere at home. And we develop good safe hygienic protocols to add a space between engineers so we didn't lose the ability to collaborate and this was so critical for For the word they were performing for those who wear in the labs who were still in the office and for those who remain at home. We had. I'm very good support from our. It services in order to very quickly increase our bandwidth capacity and vpn capacities who People were were able to to work seamlessly from from home and an old that has been a key to maintain that say business as usual but also something that has been really really important is our pro portfolio and our technology because it hasn't been all only that say all these tools we'll use now teams and zoom on all these fantastic tools. It has been also the ability. Tektronix has with its technology on products to provide remote demonstrations of our products to enable cloud of sharing capabilities for our customers to enable the possibility to perform test off liner while connecting to your to your set up in your lap from your home and we accelerated the release of those products during Twenty twenty that have proven to be key to enable our customers our employees to perform the work during last year. But are there are. There are stay to stay for the future and to enable at different way of working which i personally believe. It's it's out there too. Less is out there to last indeed absolutely absolutely at leading on from that maria i mean what about product development has been impacted solo or change. Was that carry on as usual. Well let's smart. We rapidly deployed on this work from home. And strategy i mentioned we have to equip our engineers with the tools with the equipment and technology to help them to work safely on and remotely as i said i the on the job to To support us very quickly they are and despite the challenge actually the our teams power thanks to to disinter. Employees had that ability and commitment to our customers and all in all will remain on track with our product launches including the global launch of our six series beer a missile oscilloscope last september which features are the lowest noise in in the industry most channel scope on the market. It has been an amazing success. The release of this product and we are very proud and always Say blown away by fit that we get from our customers and it was also the first time will launch a product completely digitally we did approach worldwide lounge with our team In a sitting in home cena in the us presenting the product and it went really well so we were able to do this to achieve this milestone and we also have released a test. Drive just another of our new software tools. Back in december that enable.

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

Electronic Specifier Insights

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

"And and how we organize ourselves to to make sure that that don that could function properly we also providing infrastructure for communication systems to support our national security and defense equipments and overall. We've been able to To do that again. Thanks to the amazing ability of our of our people and they continuously learning on how we could do better at with every day when it comes to manufacturing we are taking the commercially reasonable actions. We can to montaigne on the production capabilities ongoing and We had to do Some modifications with our logistics partners as as as we as needed You know doing pandemic there has been challenges with frightful. Water said to be able to cheaper equipment across the world and we keep working in ensuring that our our our on time delivery is not impacted by data and our service centers continued and have continued to work on and to be opened throughout the pandemic. So we continue to support our customer business. Aw through how these are uncertain timer and this is really something. Our people are feeling very proud of job. Data in data's great an maria has has there been any supply chain. She's a tool over the course of the last eighteen months while you you know at the beginning i if i put myself when we were in january two thousand and twenty well when in europe we are we starting to get conscious about what was coming and we were hearing about the issues. We had in china. Actually the the great news for tektronix. Was that our our factory. In china was Was never impacted by the kobe. At eight here have to really recognize the amazing world. Michael seed there on that. They work around the clock. They really are used the their personal time to make sure they were insuring shifts to ensure social distances And and that factory or continue working on of course during the first weeks on it didn't work at one hundred percent of its capacity but the impact that had In our deliveries was very very minimal..

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

Electronic Specifier Insights

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights

"Maria let the xp smartcard business insecurity applications for amaya before taking over as vice president of the may abroad market and distribution team prone to annex pay. Maria spent fourteen years at texas instruments. Starting as an account executive and going on too late western european teams across key worldwide accounts and customers by ti distributors. today's We will look at the previous eighteen months. The challenges that Face during covid nineteen and how they've ever come them and of course what the future holds festival maria. Welcome to today's podcast. Thank you very much for having me here today as a pleasure. It's a pleasure to kick us off. I think in general how has the covid nineteen pandemic impacted joining joining as a business. Well i think joe as business. I must say that we are actually exciting. Disband ammika a stronger as a company. Thanks to all the lessons. We have learned through these tough times. So i i must say that. This pandemic has impacted us in the sense that our employees have shown amazing other ability to cope with the challenges that we had in front of us and to give you an example Hospitals and healthcare providers needed us more than ever to ensure that their life saving equipment was continuously calibrated for performance and we were able to provide that service without.

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Coming up on mayo clinic. Qna this is taking us a long way toward the concept the general concept of herd immunity and were reaping the rewards of that. I mean you can go shopping. You can go to a restaurant. You can fly in an airplane. I mean that's wonderful. That concept of herd immunity is from the millions of individuals who have received the cova nineteen vaccine but for those who are still vaccine hesitant waiting for her immunity could lead to getting the disease from variants for you and i have been vaccinated. Life is resuming back to normal for the unvaccinated. They now live in a phase of the pandemic. we're seeing circulating variants. that are much more transmissible. Maybe 'cause worst disease than what happened last year at this time. Welcome everyone to mayo clinic. Qna i'm dr helene gonzaga. Were recording this podcast on monday. June the seventh twenty twenty one as if last week more than fifty percent of the adult population in the united states and more than forty percent of the population overall are vaccinated fully against covid nineteen. So that's great news. We are making progress. But there's been some slowing in the numbers getting vaccinated and that's concerning the good news is it things are relatively safe for those of us who are vaccinated and the country starting to open up and function normally again as the covid. Nineteen rate's decline. Well here to discuss with us. Today is dr. Greg poland if ira logistic infectious disease expert at mayo clinic. Hey greg good morning. good morning. Happy monday thank you and you know you're so you're so right alina by by reaching these higher levels of immunization we are seeing an opening. I mean it's almost like a birthday celebration to have out and about. It is almost like a birthday celebration. So greg tell us about the latest numbers in what you think will. You're you're exactly right. You know over three hundred million doses of covid vaccine of now been administered in the. Us we have over fifty percent of the population sometime about this is including kids who are not yet eligible so when you take the whole population we have about fifty percent to received one dose and about forty two percent. That have both doses. So this is taking us a long way toward the concept the general concept of herd immunity and were reaping the rewards of that. I mean you can go shopping. You can go to a restaurant. You can fly in an airplane. I mean that's wonderful. His wonderful sake greg. I read somewhere. However that teenagers weren't being vaccinated is rapidly as we would like just reflective of Adults in the same areas or is there a difference between the two groups. You know that's the other side of the coin of from what i was just talking about. We're not yet up at seventy percent when we look at the whole. Us some states are think twelve or fourteen states now are at seventy percent. The issue i think with. Adolescence is several fold one. People are remembering back a year ago when kids really did not manifest high rates of infection that has changed with these new variants twenty five percent of our hospitalizations due to cope in the us. Now are adolescence kids. I think that's one issue. I think a second issue is the analyst approval came just as we were coming out of the pause over the j. j. vaccine. I think that probably scared some people. And then you're exactly right. Halina we see regional differences. I mean profound regional differences..

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Flu season It's certainly here's a stay for the here and now it's like the evidence is fairly compelling that we as healthcare workforce will be exposed to less influenza. We're wearing masks for example. So i bet that there will be some degree of masking that is lasting. I don't want to imply that it'll be in. Every venue likes the grocery store forever. That's not my statement but I do think that we as a health care. Work force will use the masks to our advantage to try to minimize healthcare associated infections for our employees and staff in the to also encourage our patients To stay safe. So that's one thing. I think hand sanitation i have teenage boys and Hand sanitizer in my son's car. There's hand sanitizer in nearly every pocket. And i think that we As a population are attentive to that in a way that we most likely weren't about a year ago so i bet that they'll stay and i think that's a good thing So those are two things that i think are here to stay. And then there's that i i'll just share with you. You didn't ask this question. But i'm gonna tell you anyway I will say one thing. That is a little different than april And i didn't answer this earlier when you ask. But i think it's an important thing to at least bring up. We are seeing patients with mental health. Needs that are significant right now and it's really heart wrenching To see patients who are struggling emotionally and with substance abuse issues There was a recent new york times article about a school system in the las vegas where there had been eighteen suicides in like school. Age kids since the onset of school so between then and december. And i can tell you because i practice both the pediatric emergency department and the adult emergency department that we're seeing just substance. Abuse issues have really escalated with the pandemic. I think as people try to cope with some of the loneliness that has been a byproduct of isolation and then. The kids are really struggling. And so those are two issues that we are going to have to grapple with as a as a country In order to half our population healthy and safe and and that's that is really hard to see The another thing that's also quite difficult some of the health health inequities with i think are probably worth its own Session but i will tell you that Certain populations are struggling more than others as it relates to covert nineteen and so whether that's people of certain ethnicities or socioeconomic status or of patients with mental health or substance abuse issues. It's been that's another kind of really difficult thing to watch. Because when i see them. They've hit a level of crisis.

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"To the present reality that we're in and allows us to stay within that window. That's healthy without flipping over that stimulus barrier carolina iva practice in my own life. Where i List things that i'm grateful for. That's my drive to work in the morning. I drive about ten miles to work. And i have my morning gratefulness. I'm wondering their that. You teach people to help kind of counter the negativity that they're that they're hearing so frequently now absolutely I think gratitude practices so important and one thing that i like to clarify for people. Is that the gratitude in a practice of gratitude is not meant to take hard and painful things away. It's meant to widen that. We can hold both the painful and hard and uncertain banks and the good things at the same time And so i think that's really important with that gratitude practice but having some rhythm by which you are acknowledging verbally or in written form those things that we do have on a stay today base as the ways that we were able to connect the ways that we could tap into the larger collective whole i think is really important because again it widens our reality to to the both and instead of the either or and that really impacts kind of that nervous system regulation again that that helps to keep us grounded in earlier caroline. You used the word trauma. I know that you're a specialize in trauma psychology and I'm curious i. There are many people who have suffered deaths of loved ones of friends of a family. And there's just a collective grief surrounding that as well as individual grief but tell me how a pandemic equate equates to a traumatic event for others. I really want to normalize people's felt experience over these last months. Sometimes it feels like We put a lot of sheds ourselves. I should be handling this better. I should just be grateful that i have fill in the blank And again. I wanna really normal is that we are collectively no matter who you look at experience a experiencing an ongoing traumatic event and experiencing grief and that takes a toll on us. It takes a toll on our relationships and for everyone who's watching. There is nothing wrong with you. When you're experiencing those things just the this is the way to our body is designed to allow us to survive So so trauma can look like any number of things within this four people in the workplace if they're not receiving the appropriate support the appropriate supplies The the appropriate protections that can serve as a trauma that that becomes kind of a moral injury at an institutional betrayal In that regard that is a traumatic event when And this is one of the things that leads to burn out when are perceived or actual demands of the workplace. Don't line up with the resources that we have eventually with that balance. If that's off that's going to lead us to burn out Trauma can within broken relationships. That can happen You know a again with with grief and loss and just it impacts every area of our life you know you mentioned families there carolina one of the things that interest me and we've been fortunate in our family because we all tend to be sort of science space but i know families that those relationships are shared over non pharmaceutical interventions over whether to get the vaccine over precautions. It's happening in our families that's happening in our workplaces it's happening in our communities. A greg it would be..

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

The Confident Marriage

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

"I know that there's some places that is really heavily populated and it's hard to see them but if you can see them that's really romantic and even if you can't see the squadron lay out on a blanket outside you'll never know what it leads to put some romantic lighting on music. The other thing that you could do to Connect your marriage a little bit. More is call your parents together and talk to them as a unit as a team. Sean will call his mom and he'll have her on speaker and we'll both talk to her at the same time and she'll talk to us and it's actually a lot of finding it helps grow that relationship between me and my mother-in-law and We do it with my grandparents and my mom and dad and we constantly make sure that we're calling those people that are close to us in our lives that we can't see on a regular basis a couple of times a week and remember you. You guys aren't the only ones that crave that personal contactor in this pandemic gives probably craven that too. Yeah speaking of conversations. This is a good time to have some of those really deep conversations and be open with one another. You can use this time to really work on your marriage and address some of those issues that you've put on the backburner though i don't feel like this is the time to really dig into anything deep because everybody is already really stressed out and there's a lot going on that is not to say that you should lie about things or not. Tell your spouse things. But where i'm trying to get with. This is if you both really feel like maybe you could work on your finances a little bit more talk about what that looks like and then maybe make a game plan for that. I think what you're trying to say is obviously if there's issues that need to be talked about that her present right now talk about him but don't try to like save the world right. Yeah don't try to don't be doing too much. Don't dtm at right now but you know..

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

The Confident Marriage

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

"And i really do try to stay away from religion and spirituality on the show because we really are open minded and unbiased people. We're not ones to say. We believe one thing or another or one as the right way and the other is not but whatever that spirituality if there is one for you whatever that looks like maybe get back in touch with it as a family. Maybe if you believe in praying pray together as a family. Read your bible as a family wanted to say your book but i won't and if you're not if you're not into organized religion which is fine meditate together. Could you imagine us china meditate with our son. I don't think that would work out so well. That would be hilarious for the parents who to do with the younger kids. I guess if it doesn't work with the kids just do it together which we've had some good times meditating together oh goodness is starting to go into focus on the marriage and you had to take it there. Oh we focus that. Wow anyway your marriage last but not least the whole purpose of this show is your marriage. Codger spouse can be really hard to epinal when your home all the time. I think she's talking about me now. I'm marred to deal with to just a little bit. She tried to rearrange the living room the other day again. If i could defend myself in that i would. But i can't so then decided that it was fine just the way it was pretty much and we find out that like hits almost every single topic. We had the kids involved. We got some exercise involved. We brainstorm together. Daughter sat on the couch. Whatever couch it was. I was trying to move. She was sitting on it. So your marriage. It goes without saying that This is a really good time to get on some regular intimacy. If you have to schedule schedule it If you could be spontaneous spontaneous but getting in touch again intended getting in touch again with one another part of the show ladies and gentlemen voice tell me more honey it really really does recreate that palm. There's something about sexual intimacy that you really brings people together in a way. That's hard to accomplish in any other situation very true true and make it fun. You know. I don't know how crazy wanna get with it but you know you can make little fun challenges like. Let's see how many rooms of the house we can be intimate in. Or how many different times a day or i know explore it fun with it must definitely Do with your barry white voice down to that. Sorry i do like this country voice it on the radio hall ladies. Maybe buy some new luxury. I started including my husband in the ass..

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

The Confident Marriage

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

"Yeah it's really really great and it's fun another thing that you could do is talk about goals for the week. Maybe on sunday or monday night. Sit down and talk about what you want to accomplish that week and hold each other accountable and support one another throughout the week. I wanna lose weight. I've gained a little bit of coated weight. Which is super disheartening for me. Because i had lost one hundred and fifty pounds. And i've gang late twentieth that back and i worked really hard to lose that weight. She looks amazing. Ladies and gentlemen. Don't listen to her. You're blinded by love. Whatever it is it's working which brings me back to exercising as a family walks bike rides yet. The kids love going on bike rides. We were doing that quite a bit and kind of stopped but they could be really really refreshing and the kids have a blast. Some of the things. I talked about this with the kids but You can do it as a family is pick some toxin watch them together discuss it as a family. Maybe what did you find helpful about it. What did you like. What is something that you wanna make sure you remember. How can you implement it in your life. Talking about it really helps. It's helps you remember it. It's one of the key ways of remembering something after you've learned it is to talk about it and discuss it and share what you've learned and not only talking about your day with your family and taking turns there and talking about the ted talks or something else that you watch but talk to your kids regularly about how they're dealing with everything going on find out how they're dealing with home school find out how they're liking or disliking being at home how they're how they're feeling about what's going on and what their fears are and what their hopes are really getting into the things that you're kids are enjoying. My son watches a certain youtube channel. In its soho annoying. But i've started watching it with them and talking with them about it and spend time with him in it and it. It's really helped us bond even though it noise the crap out of me. Yeah so i mean. Kids are totally into the youtube videos. So you can ask about who. They're watching on youtube. Maybe have them share some of the videos with you Play a game with them. We talked about movies. Get into a movie. If they're reading a book ask him about the book. That's really a great way to to spend time together as a family and show your kids that you're interested in them if it's not something you're already doing. Another one is reading a book together as a family. We haven't done this yet. And i've wanted to but taking turns reading out loud or one person reading. There are so many awesome books out there that you guys could read as a family. I'm even if you have little kids and you read a little kids book. It really is a great way to to bond..

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

The Confident Marriage

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

"I don't know there's all kinds of different ways that kids can help with cooking. Yeah we all love cooking over here. And i've taken the pandemic as time to try to learn how to smoke anything and everything meet. Oh yes he smoked turkey for thanksgiving and it was. The juiciest must flavorful turkey. I've ever had was pretty good. We posted it on facebook. So you guys should check that out if you haven't Another thing that you guys can do is teach the kids to do chores if they're not already doing it. We talked a little bit about that in keeping the kids but Taking that time to just kind of walk them through it and teach them how to do it again. Find things that are age appropriate for them. One of the things that i really enjoy doing. What the kids. But i'm kind of a neat freak is organizing their room as a family fund right. I guess this is just me but go room by. Come and go through all that stuff that you guys have and get rid of the things that you don't organize things so there's no more mom. Where's this mom wears that or even honey. Where'd you put my blah blah blah blah. So just of take this time worth my blue. We sound like somebody. We heard on the news right now. We better stop so really. Just take that time to organize your home it. It feels really good and it really does give your family something to do together. And then you never know you find things that you've lost for decades and then it's like oh my god there. It is not to mention. If you're going to be cooped up in the house. Your environment affects how you feel very much so very much. so so. that's a really good project. guys could work on another one is. I'm sure many of you guys are already doing. It is movie night take turns picking movies. My daughter picked a movie. I wouldn't have ever thought of seeing an ended up being really really great. One of the best movies i've seen in a long time take turns talking about your day. We do this a lot. We did it before covid but we really started doing it. More since covid started so what we do is we were more sitting down. It's either the dinner table. Usually or wouldn't we're just kind of sitting in the living room on our phones will strike up a conversation and we'll ask each other questions and we'll go around the room and the questions. Are things like what made you happy today. What made you sad today will made you laugh. What made you laugh. What made you frustrated. What would you have liked to accomplish that you didn't. What did you accomplish that. you're proud of. These are great conversation. Starters they are and you might get pushed back from from some of the older kids and they might not wanna talk and you might get answers like nathan but you know keep at it. Keep at it and eventually when everybody else is interacting. They're going jump into..

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

The Confident Marriage

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

"In uncertainty and having anxiety. And when you're in your addiction you have fear over getting caught or not being able to get the drugs you want or what's going to happen to your life or you're gonna end up homeless uncertainty about the future not being able to hold a job anxiety all the time and i think everybody is kind of going through that now you know. People are living in fear about about many things about their health about their future about their employment about finances about what's going to happen in this country what's gonna happen to the world. Is this the new normal is going to be our new reality. And in all that uncertainty that brings up a lot of anxiety and people are kind of you know one of the things that happens to addicts as they run on fear. And when you're running on fear you're not thinking rationally. You're not making good decisions. You're not being healthy. And i think a lot of people are running on fear right now and it's through that ends uncertainty and that anxiety and it's all just kind of making this perfect storm of internal feelings so it seems so bad and everything can seem so bad but i guess the message i want to bring to this special is that all that bad can be turned into good. And you know. There's a school of psychology that believes that You don't achieve personal growth without going through some kind of adversity. I you have to have some kind of conflict and resolve that conflict in order to achieve growth. So i came up with my handy little equation because i'm kind of science nerd and what i came up with and what i want to pass on to. You is adversity plus perseverance. Equal strength and growth and in this time that we are stuck at home and we can't continue with our normal day to day activities. There's a way to take all that time and turn it into something useful and grow yourself as a person and grow yourself as a family. Grow yourself in your marriage and we want to talk about how you can turn all this adversity into strengthen growth. Absolutely that was wonderful. So the first topic that i would like to start with is one that we're all having a hard time omitting but we're all experiencing in. That's too much time together it's Bittersweet we always wish that we were more and yet here we are and we're wishing that we could get out more and so really it's It's a time to really connect with your family so just a little personal story here so when all this went down so i work far away from home and i'm usually gone all the time during the week like i leave the house at four in the morning three in the morning and i'm not home till six thirty at night so so i'm always wanting more time at home everybody's always wanting more time for us to be together and then all of a sudden they shut the job i was on down and i was furloughed and for two and a half months. We were all crammed in the house together. Me jessica the kids everybody and so we had to learn ways to cope. Yeah and so when you experience that.

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

The Confident Marriage

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on The Confident Marriage

"Yes please do that. I've been working really really hard on the newsletters. Hope you guys like it. If you're checking us out for the first time we welcome. We're so glad that you found us. Were a little different here shannon. I have been through it all between personal life in our marriage and we really have the tried and true experienced the knowledge and the success though. We are both very much still a work in progress. Yeah we don't have it all figured out nor do we even try to pretend that we do. We really shouldn't have made it. No you shouldn't have neither of us. But we buckled down and put in a lot of hard work and we did this through research and drawing on our personal experience and we used our determination and drawn a lot of inner strength to defy those odds all that we do comes from a genuine desire to pass on what we've learned and genuinely help others. We feel so blessed to be here where we are and this is our way to pay forward. What was given to us definitely. So if you're one of our regular listeners were so happy to have you back and we're grateful to have you as part of the confident marriage family. We really do appreciate your support and we hope you sherice with others. We have a whole bunch of exciting news coming for you guys in the next few weeks so make sure you stay tuned. Stay connected because we'll announced those they come. I think that you guys are really gonna love at all I talked about the contest last week. And we do have a winner. I announced him on facebook instagram twitter. So i'm super excited for him and Last week sean posted his bio on the website. It kind of choked me up a little bit. It reminded me of how far he really has come. You know it breaks my heart. When i hear about the things that he went through in his addiction and has childhood and it just a huge reminder of what we've been there and where we are today..

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"Miles away. A conductor once told me that rests are the loudest parts of a composition. They must be present for the music to carry. Wait to have contrast to breathe while playing for this patient. I value that extra space every time i take a rest. I'm not alone. Two weeks later. I sign onto zoom call to play for the same patient. He's off the ventilator but still has a surgical airway much to my surprise. Sixteen other squares. Populate the screen family friends. Doctors and nurses surround the patient online. We discover a special moment of congregation and shared humanity albeit virtual. I delve deeper into.

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"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"covid 19 pandemic" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"I'm dr curson patrick. Executive editor for the canadian medical association journal today. You'll be listening to a humanities encounters obstacle published in sierra j. cold virtual bedside concerts patients with covid nineteen a trio of perspectives in this essay. A musician a nurse and a doctor come together to provide a virtual bedside concept for some of their sickest patients with cope. Nineteen melanie ambler. Cellist and aspiring physician was inspired after hearing others during the same. the obstacle is reg by its officers first. Melanie ambler the musician. Then laura would decky nurse manager at rhode island hospital and ending with dr timothy intensive care physician in denver colorado. The challenge this patient with kovin has been sick for several weeks and is not doing well. He's paralyzed and sedated. On the venta leader. His son has been having a hard time with this and likes the idea of you playing music for his dad. I feel the weight of this opportunity and dial into his room. Silence the were of a machine an occasional russell but mostly silence. Before i begin playing sunup. I asked him to picture the sun ruling over a calm lake. I want him to know that this is an entirely personalized concert. Even though he cannot respond his silence is not emptiness. It's quite the opposite. I lift my bow. Inhale and let the first notes sing with warm abroad..

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