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"deborah burke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A quick search and Deborah Burkes in Savannah Guthrie comes up July 24 2020. Coordinator of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Dr Deborah Burkes tells today that with infection surging in Texas, Arizona, California and Florida, their pandemic is very serious and very real. Calling for Americans to wear mask and avoid large gatherings, she says. It's hard for people to understand how deeply you have to clamp down. We have to change our behavior now before this virus completely moves up. Back up through the north. So at least there's July 24th. I can't find Deborah Berke suggesting a minimum of 200,000. I think that would have been the lead story. On the Today program. But if you can find it, Susan, I would appreciate it feel free and I will acknowledge it. Let's go next to Greg and Worcester. Greg, you and next tonight, sack. Thanks for calling it regular Dad. How you doing? I'm doing great, Greg. What's on your mind? Trump? Trump's involvement or collusion with Russia during the election that was dispelled by a fellow named Bob Mueller. But you know if if you are under the impression that somehow Trump was elected by the Russians. I'd suggest you go read the mullahs report. No, I wouldn't say that. I think he tried to use the Russians to help him. Get elected. Or Dan stay elected. What's your proof on that? You're talking about 2016 or 2020? What are you doing? 2020. What did he do in 2020? I missed it. What did he do in 20? I was talking about the mother report. Obviously looking at the allegations, um, in the in the steel Um, the steel report which turned out to be fraudulent, by the way, But what did he do in 2020? You don't think he used had the Russians try to launch an attack on our electoral system Underhandedly, maybe through the Internet, Facebook social media, that sort of thing 2020. There's no proof of that. I have That I have seen. I mean, I don't know if you've got some proof of it, and you want to. You know, if you want to give me some proof of it, I'd be happy to discuss it. But this advantage he can By hook or by crook. Well, that's your belief, and you might you might be correct on that. Um, but we do need some proof of that. I mean, you know, I could Could make the same allegation about the Democrats. I could say Gee, the Democrats will try to win elections by hook or by crook, but I don't have any proof of that. Okay, I got you. You know, if you got some proof, throw it out in the table. Let's talk about it. Now. I just I just had that thought. I wasn't sure if it was a conspiracy considered conspiracy theory or just a left wing thought. Well, I mean, there's all sorts of Alec allegations and weaken. You know, there are people who are going to think that Donald Trump is the devil incarnate. And they're becoming people going to think that he's the second coming. Uh, first for both sides tonight on I think he's probably somewhere in the middle. Onboard. The reason we started. The conversation was because of the U. S A today pull the day Paleologos conducted from Suffolk University. I hope you listen. Last hour, um You know, Dave was was stunned that the the amount of of loyalty that Trump supporters and we saw it last hour that Donald Trump still enjoys from his supporters. I mean people who wanted to run again and who will vote for him in a third party. I mean, it's It's It's interesting, exactly. I feel the same way. He's alienated himself to the point that he could only get a small group of supporters or medium sized group of supporters. But I don't think we can get people. You know, uh, to take hold of a grassroots effort or to get a jump on the bed wagon, T. O, uh, really eliminated for? I guess we'll see if you look if you look at Paleologos, his poll numbers there. The numbers of stunning that amongst people who voted for Donald Trump. He's holding them even after a second impeachment even after January 6th even after the first month of the Biden administration, but he's holding his base holding. That's that was what the Paleologos Pole discovered. Greg appreciate you call. Thank you for calling. Have you called before? I know Is this your first call? Well, thank you very much. Give you a quick round of applause and do me a favor. Come on back soon. I enjoyed the conversation. All right. Thanks. Stay and have a good night. You two, Greg? Thanks much. Let's keep it going. We're gonna go to John in Pennsylvania. John. Welcome. Next time. Nice. I'd go ahead, John. Thank you for taking my call. I continue to give you credit for Making the attempt with trump true believers. But then again, like the late Great cook, Christopher Hitchens once said you you can't reason a person out of a position that they didn't reason themselves into. Um You. You took some umbrage when I said that I believed it. Up to half of the supporters are What I would call cult members. Again the word culture yet, But the problem here is the problem with cult, okay? Um, I think that the people who died at Jonestown Work help members. I think that people remember the people in San Diego. I forget what they were called. They had like their uniforms, and they all died because it was the Paley's bop comet, which was coming through. Heaven's gate. Remember those those John? I mean that that's cult members, you know, I mean, that's that's cult. Scientologists are also cult members. Well, I think I think I think they have been called. I think they have been called that, But I You know again. I think that when you have people drinking Kool Aid in, uh, in in Central America, and you have people, um Drinking. Whatever the hell they were drinking the heaven's gate people. I think that's the real cult members. Okay, but to say that That people who feel loyal to either the Democratic Party. I mean, there are Republicans, all those Democrats only vote for Democrats. I just think it's it's language that you're better at than that. That's all. I mean, it's it's effective. Sure. If you if I if you call somebody account member, you've won the argument, but you could do better than that. Come on, Can you not? Can you got it? Can you not see that? They frankly, I believe in this man. Whose history is that of Ah, Huck's turn a con man and an inveterate liar. And if you want me to list in numerous lives I can and you know I can Both pre presidency and post presidency. They believe in him with a fervor that persists not only with what they believe in him for lacking, they lack of evidence. They believe the lack of evidence they believe in you. Let me let me jump in for second. If I can. They believe in him because of the number of promises that he made. He said that he would get control of the border. Whether you like the policy or not, he did, they said. He said that he was tired of Americans going overseas to fight in wars. He didn't send additional troops anywhere overseas. When he wanted to take out El Bugatti, and he wanted to take out solo. Many he didn't send U. S troops to die in the process. He did it pretty officially, he said. What member when Isis was going pretty strong towards the end of the Obama administration. He said that he'd take care of ice is he did he did? I mean, you know what? He said that he would move the United States Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Every other president before him had made the same pledge he did. That's That's why I think these people believe in them because they're a lot of things that he promised that he did, John Yeah, There's a lot of things that every president promises both as a candidate and during the first time and then if they're force enough to receive the second time that they do do and others that other promises that they don't fill and he was no different. No different. They believe. Well, first of all I've had some supporters argued he fulfilled every promise that he made.
"deborah burke" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Biggest issues but biggest stories, the biggest foreign for talking about what matters on the biggest stick in the state. Now, why, from the NX wealth vandalized videos at Radio City This is the Steves Give Petey show Good morning with scouts and welcome the 11 o'clock hour on the Tuesday edition of the big Show here on Wtmj in the mornings. Just mid day I guess Mid day arrives. That was. Is that the technical term? Mid day way? Think short Mid day mornings. What is it noon? Almost new Noon in New York. We're going to spend some time I saw the interview on face the nation with Dr Deborah Burke's You're familiar with her woman who worked on the Kobe task force along with the vice president. Mike Pence. Former vice president And alongside the president of states again. Former President Donald J. Trump on our response, the Colbert Pandemic and asked the question before the break. Assess how this was handled. How the president former president handle that his team His cabinet. How they dealt with the pandemic. Think about that for a second, and then I'm gonna ask you the question again. Could we have saved lives that would've done something differently or better. Now I'm a big fan of Dr Deborah Burkes as I'm a big fan of Dr Anthony Fauci. In policy we trust is one my favorite sayings. Big fan of science. Save the text. I understand that People have different opinions about science and Too many of those texts or textures. Science evolves and changes as well. More information is available. Circumstances or conditions change. Look at the variant now in the cupboard. 19 virus. There is it is transforming itself to the point where this cause some concern is whether or not the vaccines that are out there actually gonna deal with this new variant from South Africa in the UK and other places, So that's that's on the table. But beyond that simple question, 85561616 22nd mortgage talking tax line. Could we have handled this differently? And if we did Could we have avoided having Half of half a million people dead from this virus roughly Could we have avoided that? They said. I washed the entire interview with Dr Deborah Birds, with Margaret Brennan from Face the Nation. Full disclosure. Big fan of the show. Watching every Sunday morning either recorded or live on my watch. Sunday morning. For those who ask me what's what's your resource is? Well, how do you get information? Here's here's like a wheelhouse of shows you can watch on Sunday morning just As background for all the things that we talk about other shows, talk about your friends. Talk about your neighbors. Whatever co workers face the nation. Meet the press Relations on CBS, Meet the Press on NBC. Um, Big Fan of CBS Morning News or CBS Sunday morning, Rather, um, usually hosted by Jane. I'm forgetting her last name. Don't come to me Fantastic show. It is Jane Pauley. It is kind of a mix of news. They start off the news and features some entertainment stuff. It's kind of a balanced. Remember the old magazine shows kind of like that. Only an hour and a half. And that also sample on Saturday morning. Big family Smerconish is work on Sirius Radio, but he's got a Saturday morning show on CNN, the clock and other shows. That's kind of just a general take. So I'm gonna read from you a little bit of the questions and answers from Dr Deborah Berke. And then we're gonna have a conversation. About what we think what you think. More importantly, where we are As a country dealing with this pandemic. Could we have done better? Could lives have been saved Starts with this question. Actually starts with this answer. Question actually served the question. Mark it, Brennan. It's referring to all the all the memos. An information pieces that Dr Deborah Burkes then on the covert task force sent to the president Margaret Brennan. Answer. Did President Trump Read them? Doctor burst? I don't know. I don't know. I send them up to the vice president had very little exposure to the president. The president appreciated the gravity of this in March, referring to March 2020. It took a while, if they arrive, the White House to move all the ants, ancillary data that was coming in. I mean, it was parallel data streams coming into the White House. They were not transparently utilized. I need to stop that. Where people were you mean outside adviser? Outside advisers, Margaret Ass outside advisers coming into inside adviser and to this day, I mean, until the day I left. I am convinced there were parallel data streams because I Target interrupts her disinformation. Dr Burke's I saw the president presenting graphs that I never made. So know that someone or someone out there or someone inside was creating a parallel set of data and graphics. It was shown to the president. I don't know this day who I know what I said that but I know that what was in the hands of the president was different from that. That worries me because that any moments Dr Burke schools on the same but my career I'm data transparency. Accountability is very important to me that we all agree how the data is collected and how we use it. We don't cut into pieces. We didn't say rolling a look at this in six weeks because it makes us look better or are going to look at these in two weeks because you look better than Europe In those two weeks, you can't do that. You have to use the entire database. Margaret Brennan, who was doing that. Dr Burkes to this day. I don't know. I know now. Why watching some the tapes that certainly Scott Atlas work for the president brought in parallel data streams. I don't know who else was part of it, but I think when the record goes back, and people see what I was writing on a daily basis that was set up to the White House leadership. They will see that I was highly specific and what I was seeing what needed to be done..
Biden administration vows to improve coronavirus response
"Boston's news radio. President Biden assured the country's mayors that his administration would be accessible partners and covert response. CBS is Skyler Henry reports from the White House doctor, Deborah Burkes, the former coordinator of President Trump's coronavirus task force tells face the nation. The Trump Administration's rhetoric was a problem. Communication is absolutely key. And so every time a statement was made by a political leader that wasn't consistent with public health needs that derailed our response, Dr. Anthony Fauci agreed. It was having to always be wondering whether or not it would please the president or not, or please certain senior staff members. And that's not the right thing to do. The president says that in the next few months Mass are the first line of defense until
Deborah Birx, White House Coronavirus Coordinator, To Retire After Biden Transition
"Task Force member Deborah Burkes says she will retire after it emerged, she hosted a holiday gathering. In an interview with Newsy Burke, site of the criticism she has faced for a family get together over Thanksgiving in Delaware, in her decision to step aside, this experience has been a bit overwhelming. It's been very difficult on my family. I think what was done in the last week to my family, You know they didn't choose this for me. Brooks did not specify when she would leave, saying she would help the incoming Biden administration and then retire. World renowned AIDS researcher Burkes has worked for the federal government since the Reagan administration something new
Dr. Deborah Birx: No gatherings allowed without masks
"Without a mask. I'm him who? So Fox news, and it doesn't matter if you're outside or inside, there isn't a state Without increasing cases right now, except Hawaii, Dr. Deborah Burke's with the White House Coronavirus Task force on NBC's Meet The Press, Health and Human Services. Secretary Alex A. Czar says major transmission is occurring and crowded bars and restaurants and during multi household indoor gatherings were seeing these surgeon cases in the United States but also in Germany, France, UK, Spain, It's about behavior and cold weather. The secretary on Fox News Sunday. Ah, grim
Scott Atlas resigns as coronavirus adviser to Trump
"Is resigning. Dr Scott Atlas, the Stanford University Nero radiologist, brought in as a coronavirus adviser to President Donald Trump is leaving the White House. Ah White House official confirms Atlas resigned at the end of his temporary government assignment. Atlas had no formal experience in public health or infectious diseases, and he clashed with top government scientists, including White House coronavirus Task Force members. Dr Anthony Fauci and Dr Deborah Burkes Atlas was at the tip of the spear in Resisting stronger measures to contain the pandemic that has now killed more than 267,000. Americans. Might Grassi, a
Dr. Scott Atlas reportedly resigns from coronavirus task force
"Dr Scott Atlas has resigned as special advisor on the coronavirus to President Trump the a piece Mike Rossia. A White House official confirms Atlas resigned at the end of his temporary government assignment. Atlas had no formal experience in public health or infectious diseases, and he clashed with top government scientists, including White House coronavirus Task Force members, Dr Anthony Fauci and Dr Deborah Burkes. Atlas was public about his disagreement with calls for stronger measures aimed at containing the pandemic that has now killed more than 200. 67,000
Fears mount of post-holiday COVID-19 surge
"Confirmed. US coronavirus cases Top 13.4 million today, and deaths surpassed 267,000. That's according to statistics compiled by Johns Hopkins University. The U. S is posted Maura than four million cases in November alone, double the number in October. Record 93,000 people are hospitalized with covered 19 across the country, as hospitals all over are starting to buckle under the strain. White House Coronavirus Task Force coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes said on CBS that anyone who traveled over the Thanksgiving holiday should assume They were infected and get tested. So if you're young and you gathered, you need to be tested about 5 to 10 days later, but you need to assume that you're infected. Not go near your grand parents and ants and others without a mask. If you're over 65 or you have cobra abilities, and you gathered it Thanksgiving if you develop any symptoms. You need to be tested immediately. Infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony Fauci warned of the coming post Thanksgiving surge that she told meet the press. Local officials from around the country are telling him they're running out of hospital capacity and asking for advice. We might see a surge superimposed upon that surge that We're already in Holiday and Dr Jon Swartz burg of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, sees a surge on top of a surge after Americans continue to ignore public health guidelines to celebrate the Syriza of holidays that began with Thanksgiving and continues with Christmas and Holiday season parties and then New Year's. You can know, Look it from Thanksgiving Day. We can expect to see hospitals that surge on top of the surge start to fill hospitals even more. About two weeks after Thanksgiving, and about two weeks after that, which takes us to So close to Christmas. We're going to see death increasing a surge of deaths on top of the surge of deaths were seeing the vaccines aren't gonna make a dent. Things until probably around March
"deborah burke" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With US logging. An additional four million confirmed cases of Cove in 19. Four million in just one month. And after that aforementioned weekend, there's fear of a surge superimposed on the surge is Anthony Fauci put it. His colleague on the White House Coronavirus Task Force coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes delivered this warning to Thanksgiving travelers yesterday on CBS's face The Nation. You need to be tested about 5 to 10 days later, but you need to assume that you're infected. So with that in mind, we're going to check in on three locations around the country. Let's start in Florida, which is fast approaching one million cases. W M. Effie reporter Daniel Pryor is in Orlando and Danielle. Excuse me. How are your hospital's doing? How much capacity do they have? Right now? We're doing all right. But we are seeing hospitalizations, increase and rise steadily throughout the state kind of similar to what we saw at our peak. Our last p here in mid July. We are concerning Lee. We're getting very close to one million cases since mid March. Yeah. Almost half of all the new cases are in south Florida. Why is that such a? That's right. I think you know, if anything, this pandemic has highlighted the inequalities and our health care system in this country. And in a lot of Spanish speaking Latino communities in South Florida's where we're seeing these new cases simply because they don't have equal access to cope in 19 testing. They don't have free PPE, and they don't necessarily always have information that's accessible in Spanish and other indigenous languages. And we're seeing search teams going into these communities now trying to hand out face Mass and Information in Spanish, But it might be you know, too little too late. Yeah, well, as you know, Florida does not have a statewide mask order in place. And in September your governor Rhonda Santa's lived in most pandemic restrictions. So what's happening at the state or even at the local level right now to try to stop the spread? Statewide. We're seeing very little. You might know that our governor has been M I A since November 4th. There's been no press conference until actually right now. Right now he's holding one in Kasem E, which is here in central Florida. But other than that, there's really been no word from him or his administration about this surge that we're seeing. Locally. I think we've seen a lot of mass mandates in place, but there's no way to enforce them. Our governor has just extended an executive order that bans all local governments from imposing fines or fees that would make it possible to actually enforce mask mandate mass mandates. So we're seeing them. Being put in place. But you know when you can't find somebody, it's very hard to tell somebody to wear a mask who doesn't want to Have you ever face Daniel Pryor doing this from Orlando? Thanks for your time. Thank you so much. Let's go now to South Dakota, where As of last Friday the Corona virus has killed one out of every 1000 residents. And where more than 40% of covert tests are coming back positive, according to Johns Hopkins University South to go to public broadcasting reporter Seth Tupper is in rapid city and set another statistic. We should note this Saturday, South Dakota reported its largest death toll since the pandemic started. How are things going there? Well, it has been pretty dire here since especially since September. Just this past Saturday. We set our single day record with the reported 54 deaths reported it in one day from covert 19. And that surge has continued for the past few months Recently, we have seen within the past couple of weeks for the first time in months are curve of new infections did dip slightly, so hopefully That's not a blip and hopefully it's a sustained trend. But the death deaths and illnesses and hospitalizations have been rising at an alarming rate here throughout the fall. Well, you say an alarming rate in your right. But is it alarming people Because, as we know, South Dakota is one of the states without very tough restrictions. In fact, your governor has gone so far as to tell people this weekend. Go shopping. So I mean, how How are people approaching this problem? Well, they're very divided, As you noted, are our Republican governor Christy Nome has been very She's been very anti mask mandate has been very anti lock down. She's opposed to any sort of a statewide. Mandate. On. So what that has caused a sort of a conflicting message to be out. There are state public health officials are telling people to wear masks and stay home if possible. And last week 600, South Dakota physicians attach their names to a full page newspaper ad that ran in every daily paper in the state, asking people to take more precautions, including wearing masks. Then you have the governor also encouraging people to get together for Thanksgiving and saying South Dakota won't stop you from doing that, like some other states. Yeah, well, one of the problems that you have there, One of the challenges that you have there in South Dakota is also a rural state. Rural hospitals are not always equipped the same way as they are in big cities having hospitals holding up Generally, so far so good our state health officials say. Our hospitals, of course have been stretched and stressed, but they haven't gone over capacity yet. For example, Right now, we still have about 20% of the ICU beds in the state that remain available. That number has dwindled. And of course, if things get worse, that would be concerning. But with the Number of infections recently leveling off and dipping a little bit. There's hope that hope that perhaps we won't get to the point where we're over capacity in those hospitals. All right, Seth. Tougher. Thank you very much for your time. Thanks for having me on Let's go now to New York City, where Mayor Bill de Blasio announced yesterday that public elementary schools will reopen for in person learning next week in some students with disabilities.
"deborah burke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I'm jokes year old Fox News, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan condemning the assassination of a top Iranian nuclear scientists and called for restraint to avoid further instability in the region. Iran blames the killing on Israel, which has put its embassies on high alert after Ron vowed revenge former Navy Admiral William McRaven on ABC this week. The biggest issue going forward, of course, is that Iran Either suspects or knows that Israel was responsible for this attack and then kind of by association. They're going to assume that we there collaborated with it or at a minimum. We're witting of the Israelis actions. Meanwhile, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner travels to Saudi Arabia and cut our this week hoping to secure more diplomatic agreements in the Middle East. You also hopes to resolve a three year old rift between the two countries. President Trump continues to allege widespread election fraud. In an exclusive interview on Fox News Sunday morning futures, he said Democrats stuffed the ballot boxes They used Cove it as a means to stuff the ballot box is Joe Biden did not get 16 million more votes than Barack Hussein Obama. He didn't get it another setback for the Trump campaign Today, the two largest counties in Wisconsin, completing recounts confirming Joe Biden won the state by more than 20,000 votes. Health officials expect covered 19 cases despite following the Thanksgiving get togethers. White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes If you're young and you gathered, you need to be tested about 5 to 10 days later, but you need to assume that you're infected and not go near your grand parents and ants and others without a mask works on CBS's Face The Nation. Vanderbilt has fired football coach Derek Mason after losing the first eight games of his seventh.
White House coronavirus task force addresses public for first time in months
"White house. Coronavirus task force appeared before the american people today for the first time since july over four months ago in that time we have lost. Nearly one hundred twenty thousand people did. He was also the first time since june that we saw dr rao behind the podium with the task force is he briefed the nation about what he called extraordinarily impressive results from the pfizer and moderna vaccine trials vice president mike pence of the task force painted a fairly rosy picture saying he thinks we will soon be putting the coronavirus in the past right before. Dr deborah burke showed this slide that blue arrow demonstrating the dramatic spike in cases. Where you're seeing across the country right now. The death toll in the united states is now over. A quarter of a million two hundred and fifty thousand lives lost today states recorded records in cases. One hundred eighty thousand new cases just today eighty one thousand people in the hospital just tonight a record and there were one thousand nine hundred seventy one almost two thousand deaths day. That's the highest since may seventh and look at where those lines are all going. Where do you think that's going to end up with thanksgiving just one week away. The centers for disease control recommended today. Americans not travel for the holiday. Strangely the word thanksgiving did not come up even once in the nearly hour. Long tasks worse briefing. Although the members the task force did seem pretty unrestrained like they were finally free to speak about the reality the dire and horrific reality in this country as we head into this worst winter relies.
Pence projects confidence in Covid response as pandemic worsens nationwide
"Vice President Mike Pence, addressed the rising surgeon coronavirus cases and hospitalizations while also expressing confidence in the administration's ability to manage the ongoing crisis. NPR's Franco or Donegan has more on the coronavirus task Force. First press briefing in months, Vice President Pence sought to deliver a positive assessment of progress against the coronavirus even is the Trump Administration urges Americans to consider canceling holiday plants. America has never been more prepared to combat this virus than we are today. Are pledged to each and every American looking on today. Is we're gonna work around the clock to keep it that way. Pence also spoke optimistically about vaccine development. Members of his task force, including Dr Anthony Fauci and Dr Deborah Burkes, urged Americans to wear masks and doubled down on public health precautions for his part. Pence made clear that the administration does not support lockdowns or school
Internal memo shows Birx contradicting Trump on pandemic
"Now, While everyone's attention is focused on the election, and, understandably so one of the nation's top infectious disease experts has a stark warning about what to expect this winter. ABC is faith, The booby has more on on the the contents contents of of an an internal internal memo, memo, the the coordinator coordinator of of the the White White House House coronavirus coronavirus test test Force, Force, Dr Dr Deborah Deborah Burkes, Burkes, warning warning the the current current spread spread of of the the virus virus is is even even worse worse than than what what recent recent Test Test data data shows, shows, according to an internal memo obtained by The Washington Post. Dr Burke says the nation is entering the most concerning and most deadly phase of this pandemic. And she told officials to brace for 100,000 new cases every day over the next week
“We are entering the deadliest phase of this epidemic,” Berks wrote in a White House memo.
"Trail. The president has been touting his success with the economy before the pandemic kid and the assertion that the pandemic is rounding the corner. That corner may well be down a dark and deadly hall. If we're to believe one of the top leading experts on Corona virus, virus, the the coordinator coordinator of of the the White White House House coronavirus coronavirus test test force force Dr Dr Deborah Deborah Burkes, Burkes, warning warning the the current current spread spread of of the the virus virus is is even even worse worse than than what what recent recent test test data data shows, shows, according according to to an an internal internal memo obtained by The Washington Post. Dr Burke says the nation is entering the most concerning and most deadly phase of this pandemic, and she told officials to brace for 100,000 new cases every day over the next week. ABC is faith, Abu Bae says. Dr Burke's also wrote in this election Eve White House memo that quoting here. This is not about lockdowns. It hasn't been about lock down since March or April. This is about an aggressive, balanced approach that is simply not being implemented.
Trump and Biden's plans for Election Day
"Overnight, the candidates making their final pitch nobody has ever fought harder for you. That I will tell you. Nobody way have to win this. We have to win this together. We could do this. Joe Biden fired up his last drive in rally in Pittsburgh in the closing frenzy, the former vice president visiting Ohio and barnstorming Pennsylvania, the power to change this country is in your hands. While President Trump sprinted through four states all ones he run in 2016. This does not look like a second place finish as covert cases in the U. S. Climbed past nine million and with hospitalizations in new cases on the rise in every battleground state Died in his hammering Trump on the pandemic until the very end, we're going to beat this virus. We're going to get it under control. And the first step first step to be this virus is beating Donald Trump in a memo obtained by the Washington Post, White House task Force coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes, pleading with the Trump administration to take quote much more aggressive action against the virus. Even as the president continues to insist that the country is rounding the turn Burkes writing quote we are entering The most deadly phase of this pandemic out a vote with a narrow path to victory ahead of him. Trump's focuses on the electoral system falsely claiming that the election could be stolen from him. Trump furious that the Supreme Court ruled Pennsylvania ballots postmarked by November, 3rd can be accepted for up to three days after the election. I think it's a very, very dangerous decision. Twitter later restricting the president's tweet about the court's decision, warning he could be instigating violence. Biden saying Trump Can't stop every vote from being counted. I don't care how much Donald Trump tries, There's nothing nothing is going to do to stop the people of this nation from voted with almost 100 million ballots already cast, officials say tallying them could take several days in some states, and that's not a sign that anything is wrong. But this morning, both sides are gearing up for potential legal battles over the results and a fight for the White House that could last far beyond election Day. Now, after a whirlwind sprint to the finish, President Trump has a relatively light schedule today. Just one stop planned in his election office in nearby Virginia, while Joe Biden is in in a a closed closed things things out out back back where where it it all all started started with with a a visit visit to to his his home home town town of of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania tonight, tonight, Biden's Biden's campaign campaign says says he he will will be be addressing addressing the the nation nation regardless regardless of the results. 2020 marks the 1/100 anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to
‘We are entering the most concerning and most deadly phase of this pandemic,’ Birx wrote in a White House memo.
"Good Tuesday morning, America's first news continues. It's the third day of November knew this morning. White House current virus task force coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes, breaking with President Trump on the eve of the election, riding in an internal White House of memo quote. We are entering the Most concerning and most deadly phase of this pandemic, leading to increasing immortality. This is not about lockdowns. It hasn't been about lock down since March or April. It's about an aggressive, balanced approach that isn't being implemented. The president's campaign messages is that the United States is rounding the corner. He suggested he'll
Top White House health official says Bismarck’s virus protocols the worst she’s seen - KX NEWS
"Dr Deborah Burkes said Monday. North Dakota's capital city of Bismarck had the worst cove in 19 protocols she's seen on her travels around the country. She said she found the absence of face coverings in the lack of social distancing, deeply unfortunate and a danger to public health. There is no statewide mask mandate in North Dakota, the governor and said, or just people to wear masks out of personal responsibility and care for others. The World Health Organization says
Dr. Deborah Birx recommends weekly testing to curb COVID-19 spread
"Indiana. In the country can be doing to stop the spread of Corona virus, says Dr Deborah Burkes, with the White House Corona virus Task force, asking your local county and city officials to be tested weekly or teachers to be tested weekly your community college students to be tested weekly. Potentially your seniors, juniors and seniors in high school to be tested weekly, she tells 93 w. E. B C's Tony Cats doing that will make it easier to find people who may have tested positive for the virus with no symptoms. A prisoner is back in
Covid-19 cases in the US expected to surge in November and December, medical expert says
"An alarming increase in corona varies cases in the Midwest and northeast. It has public health officials warning there could be second wave Sif Patterson has more. Tonight the coronavirus surging back cases across the country climb more than fifty thousand confirmed infections every day since Wednesday would nearly two dozen states seeing an increase of more than one thousand cases in just two days. I think Wisconsin is in a crisis Wisconsin this week reporting it highest daily case count and hospitalization total. It's GonNa be a tough time. We gotta stick cognizant of what's going on and vigilant governor issuing a warning to stay home and avoid public gatherings NBC's Shaquille Bruiser is there increasing concern here in Milwaukee as we saw a surge of people coming to get tested today this as three prepares to open additional testing sites in Oklahoma Amass Quarantine shutting down. The Chelsea, police department after every officer tested positive, we do the best we can and and certainly hoping soon, we'll be on the other side of this second wave east threatening the northeast in the past two weeks at least six eastern states has seen cases increase by more than twenty five percent Dr Deborah. burkes is sounding the alarm we're seeing as we take down guard when we with people we know and we assume if I know you, you couldn't cove meanwhile in Arizona cases dropped by seventy five percent following local masks mandates highlighting simple practices I think it's really important that we're clear to the American people mask physically distance safe in public but safe at home.
‘Eventually, slowly, it comes back’: The U.S. Northeast sees signs of a second wave.
"Tonight near worries about a second wave of covid nineteen in places that have had the virus control and what a top public health official calls the new silence spread. Here's Kristen dog with that. Across the northeast tonight an urgent warning about what could be a second wave on the way what we're seeing as we take down our guard when we're with people, we know I can know you and you can be a symptomatically infected Dr Deborah Burke sang the spread isn't from public places as much as small private gatherings in the past two weeks at least six eastern states have seen cases increased more than twenty. Five. Percent for those of you who haven't wakeup for crying out loud wake-up. New York. City. is now averaging more than five hundred new cases per day for the first time since June? Brown. University has been tracking hot spots since the start of the pandemic note, the red areas moving across the country and now reappearing in the northeast do you think it's going to be as bad as what we saw in the spring? A hoping things will not be as bad and part of the reason is we do have more testing available now when so we can tau when things are starting to grab and get bad and hopefully change our behaviour. But tonight, some of the forecasts are grim. This CDC ensemble now says deaths across the country could reach two, hundred, thirty, three, thousand by the end of this month as scientific American now ranks covert as the third leading cause of death.
"deborah burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Louisiana is bracing for yet another strong hurricane just six weeks after Laura came ashore, devastating large portions of the Southwest. Forecasters say Hurricane Delta is churning in the Gulf of Mexico is a dangerous Category two Storm the mayor of Lafayette Parish, Guillory is urging folks to avoid driving in these conditions. Best thing we can do for our first responders for farming for police officer sheriff's deputies. For utility workers trying to get power back up and running. Best thing we can do stay off the roadways unless it's an absolute emergency. Hurricane Delta is expected to make landfall tonight in the same area of southwest Louisiana. Where scores of homes and businesses are already damaged. Delta is expected to weaken somewhat as it approaches the coast this evening. In Massachusetts. The White House Corona virus response coordinator is meeting today with college presidents from member station GBH. Kirk Cara Paisa tells us Dr Deborah Burke's his warning students and the public to remain on guard against the virus. Speaking to reporters outside MIT and Harvard's Broad Institute in Cambridge, Dr Burke said the Northeast and its colleges have some of the most quote militant covert testing in the country. But she also emphasized the importance of wearing mask and maintaining social distancing during the upcoming holiday. We see that from the high holy days, people are just yearning to be together. And believe that if I know you or if you're my family member, you couldn't have asymptomatic Cove it and we now learned that you could. Burkes said She's confident students that Massachusetts colleges won't spread Corona virus when they had home for the holidays because of their low positivity rates. She also said she wishes the government could replicate regular testing across the country. For NPR news. I'm Kirk Cara Pensa in Cambridge. Stocks finished modestly higher on Wall Street, the Dow was up half a percent. This is NPR news. And this is WNBC in New York. I'm showing Carlson, a federal judge declined to grant a temporary restraining order that could have halted restrictions on religious gatherings of more than 10 people. Agudath Israel of America and ultra Orthodox Jewish advocacy group sued the state and argued that the restrictions made it impossible for their community to fulfill for the just obligations. Rabbi. Every Shafran is a spokesman for the group. It was a decision that was that went against what we feel is a very compelling argument about the judges. The judge and the decision is a decision, so we respected for what it's worth. The restrictions apply to areas of Brooklyn and Queens, where rates of positive Koven 19 tests are more than five times the city average. The state and city say strict social distancing measures are needed in those areas to save lives. Because of the ongoing covert 19 pandemic. Broadway will stay closed at least through next spring. Broadway producers announced today that the shutdown will extend through at least May 30th of 2021. And Gotham's Binaca says, Don't expect to see shows streaming online either something like Hamilton, which was already a humongous success for them to make a deal with Disney Plus and have that streaming there. That makes total sense. But most shows even from a couple of years ago, you're not going to find them streaming online. As for fans who bought tickets for shows through the spring theatres are offering refunds and exchanges. Many New York City teachers are awaiting a decision on whether or not they'll receive a final back pay installment from the city. The city told teachers it couldn't afford to make the payments because of the current financial crisis. The two sides headed into arbitration this morning, Gothamist reporter David Crewes says. If the arbitrator decides the money needs to be paid, it won't be without consequences. If the teachers received the money immediately. It could trigger the kind of mass layoffs that Mayor Bill de Blasio has been trying to avoid. Back bay dates to win. Teachers were without a union contract under the Bloomberg administration. The original total sum was $900 million and has been doled out over time. Four payments have been made so far. Our weekend is looking pretty sunny tonight. It'll stay clear. We'll have love about 59 degrees. Partly sunny through the day tomorrow with a high of about 77 degrees. A few clouds you on there tomorrow night Low 63 on Sunday a chance of showers in the afternoon. Slight chance of showers, otherwise partly sunny high near 71 on Monday. Showers are likely. Mostly cloudy high near 62 degrees. It's 69 Sunny here in a Brooklyn at the moment at 5 35. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members and from Hub spot whose enterprise C R. M platform is designed to help marketing sales.
CDC Told to Downplay COVID-19 Risks So Schools Could Reopen
"Including Dr Deborah Burke's pressured the CDC to downplay the risks of Corona virus in in Children. Children. As As the the Trump Trump administration administration pushed pushed to to reopen reopen schools, schools, one one former former CDC CDC official official told told CBS CBS News. News. The The White White House House was was quote, quote, slicing slicing and dicing in quote data to fit their narrative. Listen to what former White House Corona Virus task Force member Olivia Troy had to say about that It was People within the White House, specifically tasking more junior level staff to try to find alternate data data that fit the narrative that they wanted, which was it only affects, you know, people above the age of 75. It doesn't affect younger school Children. It was all part of the narrative of We need to open up these schools. We need open them up now. Well, we asked the White House about this. And in a statement to CBS News, they told us President Trump relies on the advice of all of his top health officials. Who agreed that it is in the public health interest to safely reopen schools and that the relative risks posed by the virus to young people are outweighed by the risks of keeping Children out of school indefinitely.
Colleges and universities set up coronavirus quarantine zones
"Colleges and universities scrambling to set up Corona virus quarantine zones in dorms as well as moth campus Sacred Heart University has converted a 34 room guest house at the former Connecticut headquarters of G E. The quarantine students. The University of South Carolina ran out of space a dormitory for quarantine students and began sending them two rooms it rented in hotel like quarters at a training center for prosecutors, the Air Force Academy sent 400 cadets to hotels to free up space on its Colorado base for quarantines. Health officials such as White House Corona virus Task Force member Dr Deborah Burkes has been urging colleges to keep students on campus. To avoid them, infecting members of their family and
"deborah burke" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Deborah Burke says the US is in a new phase of the pandemic will look at where cases air going up the fastest. Also, Microsoft makes a move by the popular social media APP tic tac from the Chinese company Bite dance. US. Officials need to be convinced that if there were to be a sale to Microsoft by then would be left holding the keys and still have access to the APP. And that's our conversations and the dog John Legend on releasing an Album in the midst of the pandemic. We had made an album that was full of love and joy and human connection, and we felt like it was the right music for the people Right now. The news is first. Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Congressional leaders have resumed talks on the next round of Corona virus relief legislation. Negotiations this weekend failed to yield in agreement, including a deal on extra unemployment benefits, which expired for millions of Americans last week. Democrats have largely been pushing to extend the $600 per week jobless benefits. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports Republicans are offering less. They have been pushing this idea that they don't want the $600 payment this extra payment a week. They want $200 so they want to cut that dramatically. However, we've heard Republicans say they're willing to negotiate with Democrats on that, perhaps look at a higher number. Meanwhile, Democrats have helped strong to the $600 figure, including Speaker Pelosi. However, we've heard some Democrats say that they would be willing to bend on.
"deborah burke" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Deborah Burke's admitted being outside does help fight the virus and so does the sun but she says people need to take personal responsibility or they could spread the virus right congresswoman Val Demings says he has some worries about the park re opening I do believe that the theme parks have been very strategic methodical very thoughtful and terms of coordinating with public health officials and local officials to make sure that they are doing this right on CNN's state of the union the democratic lawmaker warned we don't have control of the virus yet update on a story we talked about in traffic on Saturday three children taken to the hospital after the SUV they were in crashed on before seventeen however patrol says the GMC SUV left the roadway struck a pole overturned all six occupants ejected three of the kids are under the age of six there were unrestrained to two adults both from Jacksonville were killed an alligator rumored to to a belong to Hitler has died Saturn was eighty four years old when he died at the Moscow zoo on Friday but the legend of the alligators past is still very much alive among Russians the reptiles said by the zoo to have been born in the United States and said to the Berlin zoo from which he escaped when the city was bombed in nineteen forty three Saturn turning up after the war fell to nineteen forty six by British soldiers and given to the Soviet Union were a myth was born at the Gator was in a private collection of Adolf Hitler Dave Packer ABC news three oh three a dues on the six point five W. D. B. L. this is doctor David.
"deborah burke" Discussed on WTVN
"From ABC news hi Dave Packard as states around the country re opening summer seeing a spike in cases a member of president trump's coronavirus task forces responding since taking steps to reopen North Carolina has reported its highest number of covert nineteen cases Arkansas's seen flare ups and Minnesota is near capacity and its icy use Dr Deborah Burke's coordinator for the White House coronavirus task force says some of that increase is due to more testing in areas where we know are the highest risk whether it's nursing homes whether it's areas where people work and sleep and stay together she says though that as states reopen the need for people to remain socially distance to wash their hands and wear masks is as important as ever Margaret Millar ABC news some parts of Illinois are now about to enter phase three of the state's reopening planned this from governor JB Pritzker who today cautioned Illinoisans about allowing some businesses to open it's not a license for patrons to abandon the social distancing precaution the virus is still out there the vast majority of people are not immune and the risks of mass spread that we faced before we ever had a stay at home order remained if we don't do something different now than we were doing before the virus arrived a manhunt at this hour in Connecticut for a male suspect police say killed a man in the victim's own home Connecticut state trooper Christine gel timba said this afternoon the suspect began by breaking into a house in Wellington where he he said the homeowner against his will of before leaving with some of the victims belonging to suspect that we know from Wellington took supplies to include include food and the victim's truck Connecticut state police bulletins have identified the suspect as twenty three year old heater Manfredonia they say he's armed and dangerous Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu today becoming the country's first sitting prime minister ever to go to trial you're listening to ABC news health officials are reporting eighty four new corona virus related deaths this S. six hundred fourteen new cases were logged on Saturday and former Cuyahoga county commissioner Jimmy Tamora has tested positive still Kushner a lawyer representing him says the sixty four year old revealed he had the coronavirus in a phone conversation he is co counsel have been.
"deborah burke" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The doctor Deborah Burke and others in the White House task force we coronavirus task force say that the centers for disease control may be even flavoring the corona virus case numbers and death toll by twenty five percent from Dr Burke she second only to dock than thou G. terms of credibility acceptance and being the she's a second most foremost media Darling Washington post claims that in a recent meetings Dr birds even sad there is nothing from the C. D. C. that I can trust I'm kind of tore into the CDC last Friday and I heard about it from people we've heard about it for service that one was a CDC when this virus was percolating over in China so you can't blame them the drug comes relying I can't wait for their jobs all they do the centers for disease control and remember we're told we're not allowed to question expertise folks we're not allowed to question signs were not allowed to oh I'm sorry question I've not there's a TV info person that says the word that way and it bugs me why should I have a question for you anyway I hear that my start imitating it at any rate why can't we question the expertise why are we not allowed to question Mr we question the science somehow makes as Neanderthals so we're supposed to be just good shape it makes up whatever science and expertise says now the centers for disease control is made up of a lot of people and they are supposed to be doing research on every virus supposedly on the planet they're supposed to be conducting study is what could happen if one of them breaks loose coming up with vaccines or antidotes or whatever this is their job and this thing totally blindsided not just them but a lot of other people might realize their reasons one of the reasons the World Health Organization was doing everything it could to protect China I believe there's a there's a story today that the the child com government told the World Health Organization to not report on the person the person transmissibility of this virus for like six weeks and the World Health Organization dutifully obeyed which would then prompt people say well then you can't blame as you do see all right if you don't like the word black all I'm all I'm saying is this is this is this is their job and I'm sorry that pot you know politics is corrupted so much of science and politics has corrupted so much of what we consider expertise I would love it if we literally had the best and brightest in these positions but how can we when they don't earn anywhere near what they can earn in the private sector there's always been something that I've been curious about why would somebody leave a multiple hundreds of thousands of dollars a year job say at a pharmaceutical company to go to the FDA what can you make it the FDA the admittedly I'm sitting here assuming that people work in the FDA our civil servants and they're subject to the pay scale and they don't make anything more than a Supreme Court justice or speaker of a house member I don't know but I either you can go there and spend some time and then parlayed that into a higher paying job in the private sector I suppose but the idea that we're not supposed to question it and we're just poster accepted can you take it requires a whole bunch of people willing to be conformists to do that and when you have doctor Burke saying here there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust now my further question is if if if if she feels this way about the data from the CDC is not new when did you first become dissatisfied or suspicious and why didn't she speak up earlier there had to be something here that triggered her reaction which is obviously one of frustration Burke said nothing from the CDC but I can trust in a White House coronavirus task force.
"deborah burke" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"A brand new week broadcast excellence hi here we go in in a little bit more detail the Washington post reports the doctor Deborah Burke and others in the White House task force we coronavirus task force say that the centers for disease control may be even for a living the corona virus case numbers and death toll by twenty five percent from Dr Burke she's second only to dock that info G. terms of credibility acceptance and being this is the second most for most media Darling Washington post claims that in a recent meetings Dr birds even sad there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust I'm kinda tore into the C. D. C. last Friday and I heard about it from people even heard about it for service that one was a CDC when this virus was percolating over in China so you can't blame them the joy cons were lying I can't wait for their jobs all they do the centers for disease control and remember we're told we're not allowed to question expertise folks we're not allowed to question signs were not allowed to oh I'm sorry question I have not there's a TV info person that says the word that way and it bugs me question I have a question for you anyway I hear that my start imitating it at any rate why can't we question the expertise why are we not allowed to question Mr we question the science somehow makes as Neanderthals so we're supposed to be just good shape it makes up whatever science and expertise says now the centers for disease control is made up of a lot of people and they are supposed to be doing research on every virus supposedly on the planet they're supposed to be conducting study is what could happen if one of them breaks loose coming up with vaccines or antidotes or whatever this is their job and this thing totally blindsided not just them but a lot of other people might realize their reasons one of the reasons the World Health Organization was doing everything it could to protect China I'm aware if there's if there's a story today that the the China com government told the World Health Organization to not report on the person the person transmissibility of this virus for like six weeks and the World Health Organization dutifully obeyed which would then prompt people say well then you can't blame the CDC all right if you don't like the word blank all I'm all I'm saying is this is this is this is their job and I'm sorry that pot you know politics is corrupted so much of science and politics has corrupted so much of what we consider expertise I would love it if we literally had the best and brightest in these positions but how can we when they don't earn anywhere near what they can earn in the private sector there's always been something that I've been curious about why would somebody leave a multiple hundreds of thousands of dollars a year job say at a pharmaceutical company to go to the FDA what can you make it the FDA that minute late I'm sitting here assuming that people work in the FDA our civil servants and they're subject to the pay scale and they don't make anything more than a Supreme Court justice or speaker of the house member I don't know but I either you can go there and spend some time and then parlayed that into a higher paying job in the private sector I suppose but the idea that we're not supposed to question it and we're just supposed to accept it for me to take it requires a whole bunch of people willing to be conformists to do that and when you have doctor Burke saying here there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust now my further question is if if if if she feels this way about the data from the CDC is not new when did you first become dissatisfied or suspicious and why didn't she speak up earlier there had to be something here that triggered her reaction which is obviously one of frustration Burke said nothing from the CDC but I can trust in a White House coronavirus task force meeting she said later in a statement a Washington post the more Talladega slowly declining every day it's not rising by twenty five percent like the CDC is telling us Willie brown we future speaker former speaker California assembly former mayor San Francisco not columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle has written a piece in the chronicle saying this can't go on California has to figure a way out California has to open up when people were asked to shelter in place they did someone amazing numbers with no plan but nobody envisioned the shelter in place would last this long yes they did Mister speaker all yes they did and the vast majority of them are in your party they sure as hell intended it to last this long and they intended to keep lasting longer there are still to this day what do not want this economy re opened they don't want to shut down and didn't it they don't want the lock down and then the I'm reading sports media stories NFL sports media every day making the case how could be impossible to play NFL games this this this spring this fall rather entirely possible people in the sports media are trying to talk everybody in doing something the fact that this economic shut down a lot down has no end in sight as evidenced by while the NFL's not gonna be able to play doctor found she says you have just four players on a team test positive you gotta shut down that team for two weeks maybe if one player gets sick you can do without that one place my point is that the psychology of this is is being transmitted to the American public on a daily basis in such a way that the very idea of opening up the economy is said that since you can't do it you better not look forward to it it can't be done and they're all making the case that it won't be possible to open up the economy until we can get to the point that nobody's ever going to get the virus come on seriously nobody's ever gonna get they don't say it specifically that way but that's what they mean short of a vaccine until you and if just one person with one player gets it we gotta cancel season this is the sports media whose whose lifeblood is the NFL playing games so these people have jobs covering what happens in the NFL and they're advocating they're trying to create the psychological mindset mindset that it would be insane the open up at Willie brown in California starting to get antsy itchy over this and I don't doubt that he believes that the original shelter in place was a very very limited temporary thing I think a lot of people believe that at the start and then as time went on and there wasn't any talk about opening up and even from the coronavirus task force the White House all months went by you couldn't find it in that daily briefing you couldn't find any discussion of opening up it was all about the medical progress being made in dealing with the ever increasing number of cases what a brown says the people of lost their jobs or fear that they're likely to lose their jobs they want California to open but so far the authorities will block this year we have yet to figure out how to get us out the authorities who would they be well that would be the governor Gavin Newsom and maybe the various mayors of San Francisco Los Angeles and all the other places in between Willie brown says if they don't figure it out soon the public's going to find a way to get out on its own who have been behind the curve that's what's already happening all over the country in fact says Mr brown some counties in some professions are already opening up and trying to keep businesses from opening with threats of suspending their liquor license or cosmetologist license won't work not on a mass scale then he says this the goal of the shut down was to curb the corona virus and keep the hospitals are being swamped we kept the hospitals working but we have yet to curb the virus in the vaccine that's probably at least a year away in the meantime we're headed over the economic cliff we're facing unemployment numbers the likes of which we have never seen before it looks like going to be stuck in place until June first at least no matter what he's talking about California here but he's a June first may also be the boiling point like it or not we may have to trust the public to be as safe as possible with masks and hope for the best until a vaccine is found this is a this is a rising percolating public opinion you know what this can't go on we cannot stay locked down this at I just want it I've been shopping this for two months not to make it about me I'm sure many of you have to now we have some people arriving at this reality labor what brown saying Hey you know what we may have we we can't do this this is this is unsustainable we're gonna have to open up a raft of trust people to do what they can do to protect themselves but that flies in the face of the way the Democratic Party in the American left want to try to manage you on the American people and also destroyed Donald Trump listen to what the left doesn't want you to hear rush III beams network South Florida officials newsradio WYO hi this is steeple investor insights with Stiefel chief investment officer Michael o'keefe Michael we're back for another week another Monday how did the markets do last week well we continue to see market volatility in the weekly numbers but this time with markets trending higher last week the S. and P. five hundred was up three point five percent the Dow Jones industrial average of two point six percent the nasdaq the more tech oriented index up six percent and eve of the measure of developed markets outside the U. S. was up point nine percent for the week given all this going on with the corona virus crisis how are you engaging clients and what are you telling them we've been engaging clients very actively over the last couple months while much of the.
"deborah burke" Discussed on KGO 810
"The White House coronavirus response according to Dr Deborah Burke tells NBC's meet the press that social distancing will go on through the summer and that people with health problems let's continue to stay home and all the American people please read those phases because it was very clear that if you have pre existing conditions or you're at the elderly with pre existing conditions and have risk factors we strongly recommended that you continue to shelter in place I continue to be protected and continue to follow all the guidelines and anybody that you interact with insure that they're also following the guidelines very carefully the U. S. death toll as top fifty four thousand IBM Kate's covert nineteen is forcing poultry farms in Delaware and Maryland humanely without you the nice two million chickens the slants say the chickens will be quote D. populated using approved humane methods that are accepted by the American veterinary medical association the decision was described as difficult but necessary and was made only after alternatives were considered including giving the chickens to another chicken company for processing if the plants didn't take action the birds would outgrow the capacity of the chicken house to hold them the plants are not being closed and chicken growers will still be paid I'm Christopher Cruz the billions of dollars in coronavirus relief targeted at small businesses may not prevent many of them from ending up in bankruptcy court chapter eleven business filings rose sharply in March and attorneys who work with struggling companies are seeing signs that more owners are contemplating the possibility of bankruptcy as the fallout from the pandemic continues I'm in Kate's balance of nature changing the world one life at a time well teenagers no question your product is great for our needs it's very very good I own a couple of businesses so I'm on the goal line there's no doubt that the energy level increased your college is very very good I can live without thank you for your time thank you for the information and we talk to Dr our you're my best until we got a great great product don't wait.
"deborah burke" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Burke's appearing on CBS's face the nation was asked of the disease was man made in China I don't have any evidence that it was a laboratory accident I also don't knows precisely where it originated so winter we have the concrete evidence which we struggled with with other pandemics in others they were not events these are still not active as they come from animals into humans as of figuring that out will be really critical as well as figuring out could it happen in the lab right now the general consensus is animal to human the corona virus death toll in New York has dropped again governor Andrew Cuomo says it may mean the state is on the other side of the plateau whether or not the descent continues depends on what we do but right now we're we are on the descent I'm Dan Cates with all the talk about an anti body treatment for coronavirus patience comes a warning that it might not be right for everyone every medical treatment is fraught with peril in the sense of biologist Dr dean Hart says there are side effects to everything which is why there's always a risk reward ratio consideration now with anybody's derived from blood plasma there are infectious components and everyone's blood that has to be filtered out and ill person's immune system may not react well to someone else's blood productor heart says with a severely ill on a ventilator reward far outweighs the risk but in general anybody on a ventilator they're very sick the losing the battle and it's a fine treatment anybody's treatment will have to be evaluated on a case by case.
"deborah burke" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Have a current because of other reasons like heart and cardiac arrest deaths are way down other standard ordinary ways that people die every day are way way down in New York and the doctors are scratching their heads trying to figure out what's happening and they're coming up with all kinds of wild guess well maybe people are dying in their homes or we don't know why maybe they're not going to the hospital with whatever is before all of them so I just coronaria failure heart attack whatever maybe just no what what is happening is that as many deaths as reasonably can be your being chalked up to call for the nineteen ended yesterday's briefing at the White House doctor Deborah Burke's admitted that we are doing exactly what I just described there are other countries that if you had a pre existing condition I let's say the virus college due to go to the I see you and then have a heart or kidney problems some countries are recording that as a heart issue or a kidney issue and not a code nineteen death right now we're still recording at I mean the great thing about having it forms that come in and out of form that has the ability to market as covert nineteen infection the intent is right now that those if someone dies with covert nineteen we are counting that as a coping nineteen that that word with is a key word if you would die with it but not because of it they're still counting it as a covert nineteen death if you die due to call at nineteen the cover nineteen that but if you haven't but die from something else they're still talking it up as a covert nineteen death and she admitted that will be right back Rush Limbaugh making radio rate again you're listening to the password.
"deborah burke" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Proceeded Tuesday without guaranteed absentee voting despite requests for social distancing amid the covert nineteen outbreak pose some question the death toll from the corona virus and what underlying symptoms of victim may also have had doctor Deborah Burke St Anthony Fauci attempted to again clear up the suggestion that the death toll is being exaggerated they also said that now is not the time for conspiracy theories we've made it very clear I think every time I've been up here about the comorbidities and so most of the people and we we just talked about the Italy data the majority of the Italians who succumb to this had three or more comorbidities and so this is been known from the beginning those individuals will have an underlying condition that underlying condition dot because they're a cute deaf when it's related to a call that infection fact it's the opposite having an underlying condition and getting this virus window is particularly damaging to those individuals we don't know all the pathophysiology I wish we did right now and we see that a lot a lot of vasculitis where Tony and I came from the actually talked about she started in the vascular disease from Wagner's so I mean these are things we have studied for a long time we are trying to understand the pathophysiology but what we can tell you at this moment if you have asthma if you have renal disease if you have diabetes if you have hypertension on these are pre existing conditions that puts you at a greater risk of having a worse outcome Jim justice add a comment to that because you know having been through other.
"deborah burke" Discussed on AP News
"Medical masks for health professionals Dr Deborah Burke's discipline and determination I guess that really describes what we're asking every Merican to really be disciplined about these guidelines Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says eleven people died in the county Friday it's a fourteen percent increase from the day before it is not time to relax because the more we can push that curve down the more chance we have of seeing those numbers not increase by as much that means hundreds of people who won't be diagnosed with covert nineteen he's ordered that face masks be worn in his city New York state is tallied its largest delete jump in deaths up five hundred sixty two to more than twenty nine hundred more than fifteen thousand people are hospitalized in New York New York governor Andrew Cuomo continues his search for much needed ventilators I'm going to sign an executive order that says the state can take ventilators and P. P. from institutions that don't need them now and there was one simple reason behind the move I'm not going to be in a position where people are dying and we have several hundred ventilators in our own state somewhere else in Maryland authorities are searching for the daughter and grandson of former lieutenant governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend they were in a canoe on the Chesapeake Bay stocks fell about one point five percent in Friday trading this is ABC news the economic toll on the country from the new coronavirus is severe U. S. employers cut seven hundred one thousand jobs last month ending a nearly ten year record run of job growth the true picture though it's far worse since the figures do not include the last two weeks of March with nearly ten million Americans filed for jobless benefits this is just the tip of the iceberg grant Thornton economist Diane Swonk White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says there's no sugar coating it it's going to get worse in the weeks ahead the unemployment rate had its biggest monthly jump in forty five years to four point four Sager made Connie Washington the chief judge of a secretive National Security court is demanding that the F. B. I. provide him with details about some of its investigations after the justice department inspector general identified problems with more than two dozen wiretap applications hi Jackie Quinn AP news about them the authorities in Rwanda say could contain about thirty thousand bodies has been discovered more than a quarter century after the country's genocide in which eight hundred thousand ethnic Tutsis and Hutus who tried to protect them were killed the discovery is being called the most significant in the years and fifty bodies have been exhumed so far in efforts that are challenged by the East African nations coronavirus related lockdown will of the valley dam on the bodies it held the merge as many people convicted in the genocide being released from prison after serving their sentences I'm offering you information on mass graves will handle on Tuesday marks the twenty sixth anniversary of the genocide because of the lockdown the country will follow events on television and social media as gatherings all bound I'm Charles forest fire is burning in the evacuated area around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is causing elevated radiation levels the head of Ukraine's think ecological inspection service says the blaze spread it to about two hundred and fifty acres while the emergency services ministry adds one hundred and thirty five fighters and two planes a laboring to put out the fire experts fear radiation levels have increased at the finance center the.
"deborah burke" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Disseminating information general intelligence make no mistake this is the box sixteen show former CIA analyst the the millennials are incredibly good about getting information out in a clear way but more importantly they are incredibly good about understanding how to protect one another how to protect their parents have had a Kerr protect their grandparents right now we need the army of millennials out there doing everything that they can to protect themselves from getting infected because we know a lot of their cases will be milder a symptomatic and making sure that they're doing every single precaution to protect their parents and grandparents so that was the virus response coroner Dr Deborah Burke's who's saying look we need to make sure that the young people don't think that because this is less likely to have serious impact on them that they should just ignore the quarantine orders ignore all of the massive staff they're going through right now I mean there's all this photo and video evidence not the making a criminal case here but that all the stuff out there from Clearwater Florida other father spring break hot spots in Florida particular where people are just deciding that they're gonna go and party and they don't really care and that's the way it's going to be so there's this big focus right now on younger people people in their twenties people under thirty yeah I'm kind of right in the in betweens own almost forty so I'm not really on the young side my really on the high risk side I'm sort of somewhere else in the middle so I feel like I'm a fair a fair arbiter in this process of what's what's what's right what's not here's the Surgeon General also directing his attention to millennials and the need to have them play ball with all these different restrictions on orders play twenty one should I often get asked is why should young people care about the spread of coronavirus we know that people with underlying medical conditions over the age of sixty are.
"deborah burke" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Good in addition to that you had doctor Deborah Burke's talk a little bit about the testing as well the testing that's been distributed as was described by the Assistant Secretary of HHS at yesterday's briefing and sending a message to that the facilities that have the test kits if you will should be proactive should be pushing out rather than waiting for orders in you are signaling a much more aggressive posture towards containment mitigation now in many states have been very aggressive but there is a small number of states that has not have not issued public guidance to their residence warden for the success of the effort one hundred percent of the state's five be forward leaning on this and if so Mr president what would be your message of those states that have not that's why the vice president and the president yesterday issued those critical guidelines as I said this morning on fox and friends you can look at them as a guidelines you can look at my requirements and you can look at and ask the president asking every American and every state to follow those that's why we put them out at the federal level we wanted to make sure every American knew what they could do today to change the course of this epidemic I think it's empowering I think it says all of us have a social responsibility on to each other and that's why we believe that every mayor and every governor should be instituting these guidelines that came from the White House and the president of the United States and with respect to those guidelines Tony Fauci again the CDC's infectious disease point person was asked about okay so fifteen day guidelines then there's a reassessment when will we know if the guidelines are working if people are following them and they're having a material impact in at minimum slowing the anticipated increase in the number of cases on fox he responded when is when is the soonest that will know that these new guidelines are actually bending the curve actually and is there a point in time where you you know in the next couple weeks where you'll be able to tell the president more draconian measures are needed okay so what's happening I mean if you look as a metaphor it's kind of like a race against the virus if left to its own devices will do the S. ten plus trying to somehow blunt that now you could see the virus going up enough and your effect you were what you're trying to do may actually be having an effect but you may not see it because it'll still be going up and as you're trying to implement your your interference with the virus you may not realize it you actually the fearless it wait a minute it's still going up what's going on you've done nothing but you don't know whether it would do this verses that well right and so you have the the rate of increase much less than a day could decrease obviously if you see a decrease you see falling numbers then that's obvious the the speed of the increase maybe a little bit more difficult to decipher although you do have the modeling and you have this testing going on you're going to have those real world test results inform the modeling that's being done to hopefully provide as accurate a picture as possible and now the president going back to president trump he also talked about a couple of other matters including in addition to testing for example since bars and restaurants are shut down and so many major cities the important role that the fast food his favorite place place is a fast food joints have been you know feeding people like president trump like me earlier this morning I spoke with executives from America's fast food industry Wendy's McDonalds all of the the big ones Burger King the and they were great talking about the the big gaps in light of yesterday's guidance you heard to avoid eating or drinking at bars restaurants or public food courts we discuss the important role that the drive thru and delivery service can yes the important role that the pick up drive through will play as it's always played in the lives of some people who don't cook like me in addition to that you had as I mentioned at the outset treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin talk about a couple of moves that are being done both in terms of monetary policy as well as fiscal policy Mnuchin talking about on the fiscal side the employee stimulus the worker stimulus getting cash in the hands of Americans post haste so you stimulus package for American workers do you mean direct payments to Americans are you talking about a payroll tax holiday the president likes the idea of the payroll tax holiday I will tell you what we've heard from many people in the president to said we can consider this a payroll tax holiday we get people money over the next six to eight months we're looking at sending checks to Americans immediately and what we've heard from hard working Americans many companies have now shut down whether it's bars or restaurants Americans need cash now when the president wants to get cash now and I mean now in the next two weeks I will be previewing that's what the Republicans there some numbers out there they may be a little bit bigger than what's in the front he also talked about did secretary Mnuchin and on income tax filing deferment million dollars individually so the the reason that's so hard to capture passed through S. corpse and ten million dollars at the corporate level you can do for her as much as those amounts in terms of taxable income for up to ninety days with no interest or penalties that something else they're doing addition to that the treasury is providing ten billion dollars from a pool of money it retains call the exchange stabilization fund to the fed to protect it from taking credit losses on loans it's going to extend the commercial paper market is been under considerable strain in recent days as businesses and households face greater uncertainty by eliminating much of the wrist that eligible you issuers will not be able to repay investors by rolling over the maturing commercial paper obligations this facility should encourage investors to once again engage in term lending and the commercial paper market this special credit facility is a version of the one that was deployed in response to the two thousand eight financial crisis to purchase commercial paper from issuers that are having a difficult time finding buyers on the open market after securing permission from the treasury department so those are some multiple prongs of what is being done on the economic health side in addition to Mnuchin restating the president's commitment to backstop the airlines who at least as of reporting this morning were looking for fifty billion dollars will continue discuss this throughout the show I don't you're listening to the Dan proft shop of the Salem radio network you're a do it yourselfer you fix things around the house take care of the.