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Denver Police Officer Shot in the Leg, Critically Hurt

Peace to You

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Denver Police Officer Shot in the Leg, Critically Hurt

"O'clock, a Denver police officer was shot last night near 43rd and Alcott in North Denver. Police were called to a home there. Masters responded to that location on as they approached that location. Officers were fired upon. One officer was struck and went down. In that location. Fellow officers were able to secure that individual began rendering aid Ron Thomas with Denver Police says the officer was hit in the leg and was undergoing surgery at Denver Health. Police were not able to arrest the alleged shooter, and we're setting up a perimeter in

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"McDonald is the executive director of Denver's Public Health Department. He warns that if people are not vigilant, those numbers could easily start going in the wrong direction. Denver's also launching a campaign aimed at touting the safety of the cove in 19 vaccines. Ky News Radio's Chuck Clark is live with story. April research shows that only 60% of adults say they would get the vaccine. So how do you reach out to the other 40% Well marketing campaign? Of course, Denver Rolling What adds to encourage people to get the vaccine the theme it's worth it. Marketing director Jenny Shivani explains the reason behind the message. There's stay safe, get vaccinated and really remember that this is all worth it and we will come out of this. It's worth of campaign will be featured on billboards and social media. But you can expect different spokespeople, doctors, pharmacists, athletes, musicians Could be one of the most important campaigns of the generation. Think someone could be working on a catchy vaccine jingle right now, as we speak? Are Clark a away NewsRadio? Thank you. Chuck, an FDA advisory panel recommending emergency use authorization for the second corner virus vaccine. The vaccine by Madonna is expected to get final approval in the next day or so. Trial studies found the two dose vaccine around 95% effective Last week, the FDA approved a covert 19 vaccine by Fizer for emergency use. Trials of Pfizer's vaccine had similar results to Madonna's I'm Brian shook a top Department of Health officials say, Herd immunity approach to the corner IRS pandemic was never seriously considered in the Trump Administration. Admiral Bret Draw discusses what the safest way to achieve immunity is we want to achieve herd immunity by vaccination. Achieving herd immunity by letting the disease go ramp it would have killed two million Americans plus draw, says the Trump. Appointing the emails was not a senior person, And clearly this public health opinion was wrong. New emails obtained by House subcommittee show that the Trump appointee repeatedly discussed pursuing the option with other officials. DENVER Health care officials are warning of the coming mental health crisis because of the pandemic. With the possible end of one pandemic in sight. Doctors are already bracing for another. I think the next pandemic is A mental health pandemic. Dr Connie Price pushing for more mental health resource is there's no way for us to come out of this without having changed in some way. Dr. Lee's Chamberlain is the psychologist with you see, help and says she, too, is bracing for a busy 2021. I think that we won't see the full effect of how much this is effective people for a few more months, she says. The holidays are proving especially hard this year. This is a Really tough year I talked with a lot of people who are struggling with not having their same rituals, seeing their family being able to travel, even just having dinner with loved ones with their grandkids..

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You. PK 5 15 right now on Colorado's Morning news. The Corona virus continues to ravage the US more than 241,000 new infections reported As of yesterday. Realizations also talked Previous records with more than 114,000 That includes 22,000 people in the ICU. The project noted that December had been the second deadliest month of the pandemic. After just 17 days, NBC News Radio's Mark Mayfield more than 5100 people in L. A county or now in the hospital with the virus, the number is nearly doubled in just the last two weeks, the county may be required to formally declare a system wide crisis, indicating that all hospitals have run out of space and the staffing for that space there. Eric Garcetti. Eddie, the collective ICU capacity for the 11 counties. Southern California region fell to 0% yesterday. The wife of HHS secretary Alex Cesar, isolating at home after testing positive for the virus is our himself hasn't tested positive, but a number of other Trump administration officials have Also in the news this morning, some big names about to roll up their sleeves to get the vaccine today. VP Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, will get it. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced they'll get the shot in the coming days. Denver's covert 19 numbers aren't downward friend heading into Christmas. Denver Public health official Bob McDonald says the two week cumulative case rate about half of what it was back in late November are too weak. Cumulative case rate has dropped by looks like about 6 to 700 cases, largely due to the additional restrictions that are in place, he says, because of the Denver could move back into the orange favor. That phase of the covert 19 dial in 3 to 4 weeks at the current rate that would reopen into our dining in the city. That's pretty exciting. Dr. Joe Biden is defending her title in the wake of a controversial Wall Street journal op ed that suggested she stopped using it when she moves into the White House. And, you know, it was really the tone of it, You know, he called me, kiddo. And one of the things I'm most proud of is eyes. My doctorate. I mean, I work so hard for it. She doesn't have to defend the title is an educator, for God's sakes. Yes. So many PhDs out there who used doctor in their title of operating on people. Dr Biden on the late show with Stephen Colbert. She also Expressed her gratitude to everybody who spoke out on her behalf. When that column came out, SI dot reminding drivers of a major closure scheduled for this weekend along I 70 through the heart of Denver. It's part of the Central 70 project to improve this stretch for my 25 2 Chambers Road. It will be completely shut down between Brighton Boulevard tonight to 70 starting at 10 P.m. tonight. Okay, Good reminder. And finally, I'm just.

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It is the biggest snowfall the city has seen in nearly three years and you can hear the high winds behind him. Three people have so far died in the storm, mostly from car accidents. Daily Coronavirus deaths in the U. S Breaking records to cover tracking project recorded 3400 covert related deaths on Wednesday and pushed the death toll in the U. S past 307,000. California's shattering records for new daily covert 19 cases. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports as our nation plunges deeper into crisis, there is perhaps no state and more serious trouble than California After shattering the single day record for deaths last week, more than 60 Mobile morgues are now on standby, newly released data shows, 53,711 cases reported just yesterday in California. The death toll since the start of the health crisis. There is a 21,481, another member of the Trump administration testing positive for the virus. The Washington Post reporting that Interior Secretary David Bernhardt tested positive before Cabinet meeting with President Trump Yesterday. French President Emmanuel Macron has tested positive as well. The presidential palace released a statement saying he will self isolate for seven days and continue to work. The federal vaccine rollout, likely intensifying. His Madonna's vaccine gets that emergency approval from the FDA later today, Army General Gus Pernis says they're taking note of distribution hiccups to make the process. More seamless lessons rapidly improved everything we're doing so that we can expand distribution every day every week every month to the American people. When Madonna gets approval, roughly six million doses will be distributed 100,000 of those here in Colorado. Yeah, and locally more than 800 health care workers in Colorado have already gotten the first dose of the vaccine from Fizer. Denver Public Health plans to administer its first doses later today. We'll have more on the Madonna vaccine is that set to receive emergency approval as early as today? We'll talk to a vaccine expert next the drive right now, John Morrissey what he's seen on the roads. I'm seeing a rocking good time on this Thursday morning. Okay? It's probably too early for a rocking good time. But how about just wide open highways and you're looking good. That's what I see in the bed..

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Free prescription savings review of CBS Savings Very Not all patients eligible for savings as pharmacist for details. I'm Rick Morgan on K Away News Radio live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at Fox 31 Pinpoint weather Sunny and 50 Today 52 tomorrow It's 43 degrees. Now Shelby Harris has tested positive for covert 19 League rules require the Broncos lineman to stay away from the facility for least 10 days, which means he won't play against the Raiders this week. Sean Williams knows it's all part of today's NFL Every week is not gonna be easy. No matter play, so he's gonna be a great challenge. We gotta get over this bad taste. ESPN is reporting. The Broncos have the third toughest remaining schedule in the league. Covert 19 testing sites are in high demand as the case numbers spike in Colorado just yesterday between state and private labs, more than 32,000 test results were reported. Tracey Scott, with Denver Public Health tells our partners of Fox 31. There's been long way time of our weekend's events waits wait times of over an hour, and we're testing several 100 people at those events across Colorado. The positivity rate for Corona virus is around 12%. Meanwhile, Dr Anthony Fauci is advocating for more Corona virus testing on people that don't have symptoms, much more widespread testing of a symptomatic individuals is going to be very important as we enter and go into These months of indoor type gathering on MSNBC, Fox, he said. People are unknowingly infecting themselves, then go on to get others sick. And he said he's not surprised Case counts are going up. President elect Joe Biden is still moving ahead with his transition plans. Today he will meet with transition advisers behind closed doors. A veces faith a baby has Mohr from Wilmington, Delaware. Yesterday, he indicated he plans to get right to work, working on increasing an expanding insurance, health care access for millions of Americans. He's already in Now secluded, 19 task force. He's also it now Key members, his advisory team and also review team of agents. Federal agencies who will go back review all these agencies and tell them what they need to know. On day one. Today's the day our country honors our nation's veterans. Both President Trump and President elect Joe Biden are marking Veterans Day in similar ways. President Trump and President elect Joe Biden both marked Veterans Day with somber events. The president made a visit to Arlington National Cemetery, where he laid a wreath at the tomb of.

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News radio time. Nine o'clock, Our top story will government get more aggressive in tamping down people's behavior. Fight the pandemic. First Fox 31 pinpoint whether a sunny Wednesday a bit breezy and a high of 50 degrees. It's currently 24 in Denver. Public health officials want the state to take more aggressive steps to stop the spread of covert 19 health officials typing up a letter and signing it bi Tri County health and addressed to the state Health Department. It says basically that while they know it shut down is bad. They worry about delaying the quote strong medicine of a level change until it's too late to be effective against the virus. As of yesterday, most of the metro area met at least one metric for the state home order, but no one's gone to stay at home yet. The nation's top infectious disease expert says high risk folks could be vaccinated very soon following news that visors vaccine is 90% effective. I believe with the impressive nature of the data that that should go through smoothly that by the time we get into December I'll be able to have doses available for people who had judged to be at the highest priority to get it first. Dr Anthony Fauci on MSNBC. The doctor says he believes the company should have little problem with the emergency use authorization application due to a report out this week that said the vaccine was more than 90% effective. President Trump's still battling the election results with new lawsuits and accusations. On Tuesday, the Trump campaign said they'd planned to file suit in Michigan requesting the results not be certified until they could verify Ballots were cast legally, Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley told the Fox News Rundown podcast. It's pretty obvious that there's some significant issues facing Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada, Arizona and other places. Many elections officials are firing back at the campaign, though, that the issues they're encountering are small. I've got absolute proof. From the computers on each machine that there's on ly 180 votes that could possibly be disputed Miracle. But county deputy Attorney Tom Liddy says claims of systemic problems are inaccurate. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, sparking some controversy for a remark he made about the election. There will be a smooth transition to a second Trump administration pale, letting out a small laugh and smiling after making that comment. His remark. Comes after he was asked if the State Department was getting ready to talk with the Biden transition team. Pompeo later walked back to comment, saying there would be a transition of power to whoever's declared the certified winner of the election in sports. Bronco defensive tackle Shelby Harris is out here is testing positive for covert 19 and finally.

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"denver public health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"denver public health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Capacity and schools will remain with limited in person instruction in the city. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is concerned about a recent surge in Corona virus cases. We want to do everything we can to avoid having to shut down our economy again. Denver's public health director Bob McDonald, says he's seeing troubling signs. We saw the hind case straight back in March and then after the holiday in the middle of the summer, we didn't have the high positivity rate that we have now. Thousands came to Denver in April. The protest a statewide say at home order at the state Capitol. Rob Dawson. Fox News Appeals COURT rules Voters in Texas who test positive for Corona virus will need a doctor's note to qualify for a last minute absentee ballot voting advocacy group called Move Texas SUE the states to allow anyone who wants to vote via absentee ballot less than 11. Days before the election. The Texas appeals court signs with the state's law that mandates a doctor's notes in the case of a sickness or physical condition that prevents an in person vote move taxes now scrambling to connect voters. With volunteer positions to certify absentee ballot applications. Texas has seen record turn out ahead of the election, already surpassing more than 80% of the state's total 2016 turnout. Jeff Man. Also Fox News, DSCC is voted to maintain its 2017 repeal of Obama era net neutrality laws. The rules set up in 2015 barred Internet service providers from blocking or slowing Internet content or offering paid fast lanes. The net neutrality repeal was effective in June. 2018 providers haven't changed how users access the Internet. But consumer groups fear they could move to raise prices or slow speeds selectively for some customers. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah, this is now. Hello, This is hello. This is the president of the United States. And this is my private line. How did you get through? All the time receiving every day. There is nothing. You get this number, please. You must look behind you. There are no monsters in the Oval Office. Wait. Louis, This is ground zero to call the night 8777331011777331011. I have to be proud of my audience in.

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"denver public health" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"denver public health" Discussed on WJR 760

"Capacity and schools will remain with limited in person instruction in the city. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is concerned about a recent surge in Corona virus cases. We want to do everything we can to avoid having to shut down our economy again. Denver's public health director Bob McDonald, says he's seeing troubling signs. We saw the hind case rate back in March and then after the holiday in the middle of the summer, we didn't have the high positivity rate that we have now. Thousands came to Denver in April. The protest a statewide say at home order at the state Capitol. Rob Dawson. Fox News Appeals COURT rules Voters in Texas who test positive for Corona virus will need a doctor's note to qualify for a last minute absentee ballot voting advocacy group called Move Texas sue the state to allow anyone who wants to vote via absentee ballot less than 11. Days before the election. The Texas appeals court signs with the state's law that mandates a doctor's notes in the case of a sickness or physical condition that prevents an in person vote move Texas now scrambling to connect voters With volunteer physicians to certify absentee ballot applications. Texas has seen record turn out ahead of the election, already surpassing more than 80% of the state's total 2016 turnout. Jeff Man. Also Fox News SEC is voted to maintain its 2017 repeal of Obama era net neutrality laws. The rules set up in 2015 barred Internet service providers from blocking or slowing Internet content or offering paid fast lanes. The net neutrality repeal was effective in June. 2018 providers haven't changed how users access the Internet. But consumer groups dear they could move to raise prices or slow speed selectively for some customers. I'm Lisa Sarah, this is 75 north, bound between seven mile and add on 75 south bound between Adams and eight Mile road. Construction on Lee. Two lines open each way within the zone. 75 South bound between Big Beaver and Rochester rode scheduled to be down to one lane nine AM until three PM tomorrow. I'm Peggy Hotch.

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"They're not talking about foreign affairs is supposed to be talking about foreign affairs. Ah, no, I think that the anchor is a very biased person. Her parents very biased. Marci Gonzalez. ABC NEWS Nashville. Our coverage begins at six with conservative talk show host Michael Brown giving us his take. Then the debate live at seven. You can hear it on Keohane news radio 8:50 A.m. 94 1 FM. And on the I heard radio app. Meantime, U. S intelligence says foreign powers they're trying to meddle in the upcoming election. They're pointing the finger at Russia and Iran for using personal information from voters in an attempt to intimidate and confuse Americans on the election day. The center of the controversy are spoofed e mails claiming to be from a far right groups. Some of the proud boys, an ultra right wing organization, which critics have described his racist. Have embraced Trump's re election. A number of intelligence officials believe that framing the proud boys for voter intimidation would reflect poorly on President Trump. ABC is Pierre Thomas reporting. Denver health officials warning the city that they could tighten covered 19 restrictions amid recent surge in cases by McDonald with Denver Public Health and Environment, says he has noted some fatigue among residents with current protocols where were still saying Sometimes hundreds of people in city Park, various city parks gathering within 6 FT. No face coverings not physically distancing in case rates. If case rates continue to increase, Denver could move back to safer to home level three. Last week, City leaders limited the number of people allowed to in social gatherings to five And made facemask mandatory for outdoor public settings coming up on Colorado's morning news, the US government bringing the hammer down on the prominent drug maker, or several of them will tell you about that with David Kaylin for Pat and sports ahead as well. Stay.

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Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations reach highest level since July

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations reach highest level since July

"Of people hospitalized with covert 19 in Colorado is now at its highest level since July. That follows the pattern of rising case numbers over the last four weeks. And is in line with what we're seeing around the country. On top of that. The CDC has revised its guidelines to acknowledge possible airborne transmission in indoor spaces, and the entire country is keeping a watch, of course on President Trump's Koven 19 battle. Let's get into it with Denver Health Infectious disease specialist Dr Connie Price on her live line. Good to have you again. Hello. Thanks for having me. So tell us your concern level. Of course, it's going to be 80 degrees all week long seventies over the weekend, But soon, you know, winter is right around the corner. What's your concern level about when we spend more time inside because of the cold weather outside. Well, we certainly have to pay more attention to the indoor environment the size of the room. The number of people at how well ventilated it is, it makes the risk of transmission higher. As says. Now the CDC and their revised guidelines on indoor space is impossible. Airborne transmission. Isn't that something we knew months ago. And why did the guidelines keep changing? I think it's always been clear that it's some form of respiratory transmission at some form of droplets, and whether it's a large droplet or a small droplets that remains offended in the air. Any large droplet has the potential to be broken down into the small, tiny droplets. So yes, I think we've always known about that potential. Ah, no, I think they're just highlighting some data around what we already think We knew in the beginning ofthe this anyway, Does it feel to you like Colorado zero Being the health protocols may be better than other states are with the masks and and Washington social distancing. Well, I think we are. We were one of the earliest states to be hit with coded 19, and we were able to get it into control well relatively quickly, and we've been able to keep our rates down to the point where we have Not overwhelmed our health care system. So I'm really proud of how we've done. But what are you seeing right now? An uptick over the past month or so. And And why do you think that is? Always been an up tick in the new diagnosis of cases in the outpatient setting, and just recently over the last week or so, we have seen that starting to hit the hospital now, not anywhere near what we were seeing at the peak of this At the peak of this, we had over 800 almost 900 Kate hospitalized cases in Colorado. Just put that in perspective. We're just over 200. Now. What's your feeling about testing in Colorado? Is it where it needs to be? And if not, when's it going to ramp up? Well, a supply chain has opened up quite a lot. It's still not perfect. I think all of us would test a lot more liberally. If we knew we had unlimited supplies coming in at any time, so That's no a little bit of a barrier but is way better. And it wasjust beginning with this doctor. We've seen what's happening in New York is school shut down in classrooms Go back online. What's Colorado, seeing as Faras School age infections of Corona virus go What we are seeing most of our infections in the younger kind of 20 year old age cohort. So the college age Ah, patients are coming in. But you know, younger school younger school age kids, particularly, you know, kindergarten first grade, really very few infections relative to what we see in adults. Well, that's positive news. But would you say that when you see this uptick over the last month or two that it's in all age groups? Well, it has trickled into other age groups, but still far and away. The most frequently diagnosed age cohort is in roughly the 20 year old 20 to 30 year old 20 to 40 year old age card. And before we run, What are the keys? Do you think to Colorado getting this pandemic under more controlled before there's a vaccine available? I think he's doing more of what we're doing. Continue our social distancing where math when, at least within 6 ft of others and in any indoor space. And, you know, just continue using good common sense. Um and I think we can get through this and given flu season's coming up. Make sure to get your flu vaccine because we don't wanna have a twin dem IQ with both flew and co bed going into the fall. Speaking of that, I don't know if you've seen flu cases yet, but certainly the smoke in the air are these things, mimicking the same symptoms that people would have from Kodai teen. And is that a probably Is that problematic for you? We haven't seen a lot of that, at least in our acute care settings with smoke. It may be more of an issue closer to the wild fires, but I think it's a little bit different. More of an irritated cough. I think with a bit of flu you do get you feel much sicker. You know you muscle aches and fatigue, which maybe you wouldn't get with the wildfires. Yeah, more symptomatic to the flu. It sounds like

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Said. What country are we in? He says. The most irrational things I don't know what to say. GOP Senator Mitt Romney, meantime, called it unacceptable and unthinkable that the president won't commit to a peaceful transfer of power in the battle against Cove in 19. President Trump is confident in the development of a vaccine Johnson and Johnson the final phase of their development, We encouraged Americans to enroll in the vaccine trial. It's not only interesting it'll be A terrific thing for our country. We encourage everybody to enroll as many people as we can. The Johnson and Johnson Vaccine one of four in the final clinical phase around $200 million and care, Zach Money has been directed to all the states to prepare for distribution of the vaccine to high risk residents. The president claiming yesterday that he has the final say in approving the vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates. Tens of thousands of STDs aren't being treated because of health care demands during the pandemic. As covert 19 changed our way of life health care resource is shifted dramatically to focus on the novel Corona virus. Some clinics, clothes completely, and many other clinics really had to reduce volume. Dr. Karen Windle is director of HIV and AIDS prevention control of Denver. Public health, she says, there has been less routine screening. We're in the middle of an STD epidemic when Hello. Liv came while mini SD guys like LA Media, gonorrhea and syphilis are curable. If left untreated, they can lead to serious health consequences and an increased risk of being infected with HIV. That does not currently have a cure, miss so many people over the last few months that we're still just trying to catch everybody up. Dr. Lehman. It's Sky Ridge Medical Center says. Another issue is people still don't feel 100% comfortable Visiting clinics training definitely the sexual health clinic at Denver Public health Typically has between 13,000 and 14,000 visits per year at the beginning of the pandemic. They only such Juanito 30% of that usual volume. But Dr Wendell says there's reason to be hopeful all of medical care is really been ramping up their ability to work under these new conditions, she says. The number of clinic visits is basically back to normal now. But there's still another hurdle now are also seeing that testing supplies are being affected. There's currently a short supply of testing instruments because manufacturers have redirected efforts toward Covad 19 tested and sparks Everyone's Michael Kahn Apostle and.

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"November election. Biden talking to reporters last night physicians, that's what country are we in? He says. The most irrational things I don't know what to say. Surprise. The president did not guarantee a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election. At the White House yesterday, the president again questioned mail in ballots, saying they're a quote disaster in the battle against Corona virus. The president confident in the development of a vaccine for covert, 19, Johnson and Johnson is in the final phase of that development. We encourage Americans to enroll in the vaccine trial. It's not only interesting it will be. A terrific thing for our country. We encourage everybody to enroll as many people as we can. The Johnson Johnson vaccine one of four in the final clinical phase around $200 million and care, Zach Money has been directed to all states to prepare for distribution of the vaccine, the high risk residents Trump claimed yesterday that he who has the final say in approving a vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates tens of thousands of sexually transmitted infections are not being treated due to health care demands. Over the covert 19 pandemic as covert 19 changed our way of life health care resource is shifted dramatically focus on the novel Corona virus. Some clinics, clothes completely, and many other clinics really had to reduce volume. Dr. Karen Windowless director of HIV and AIDS prevention control of Denver public health, she says there has been less routine screening. We're in the middle of an STD epidemic. When college came while many Esther guys like LA Media, gonorrhea and syphilis are curable, if left on. Treated, they can lead to serious health consequences and an increased risk of being infected with HIV. That does not currently have a cure, miss so many people over the last few months that we're still just trying to catch everybody up. Dr. Lehman, it's Sky Ridge Medical Center says. Another issue is people still don't feel 100% comfortable Visiting clinics. Greening definitely the sexual health clinic. Denver Public health typically has between 13,000 and 14,000 visits per year at the beginning of the pants. Emmick. They only such 20 to 30% of that usual volume. But Dr Windle says there's reason to be hopeful all of medical care. It's really been ramping up their ability to work under these new conditions, she says. The number of clinic visits is basically back to normal now, but there's still another hurdle. Now we're also seeing that testing supplies are being affected. There's currently a short supply of testing instruments because manufacturers have redirected efforts toward Covad 19 testing. At his Fox three ones, Michael kind of pasta reporting downright home improvements brings us that look at news Europe today to 5 37 with money and then sports Right around the corner with B K After Vic Fangio has to pay that massive fine. We'll see what he's saying about it. That's straight ahead. First. Let's see what straight ahead of you on the road suddenly not much at this hour. Good morning, John. Good morning, April. No, for the most part. Good look. And Dr uh, pretty decent drive this morning in the Bedford Sports Traffic Center. Don't see any problems on your eye 25.

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"denver public health" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Doctor Judith Shlaes, associate director of Denver Public Health and joins us now, Dr Slay, Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for inviting me. What are you hoping to both accomplish and learn from this big push to vaccinate people against the flu. We wanted just develop a coordinated approach where we can actually provide Flu vaccination, focusing on at risk communities who maybe not have access to the vaccine, so we wanted to really develop a process where we could get people. Vaccinated as quickly as possible and then use that mechanism to then be able to scale to the large effort that we're going to need to provide cope in 19 vaccine. Dr Slater. What are some of the reasons that the vaccination rates are so low right now, and I gather, especially in Colorado. So vaccination rates I've been low we were actually doing better. We focused a lot on our 4 to 6 year olds for their measles, mumps, rubella vaccine and we were doing better. And then the cove in 19 pandemic started, And so then people weren't going to providers and we weren't doing in school programming And we lost a lot of Momenta MME. Tell us about some of the ways you're you're trying to reach would have inevitably called hard to reach. People already connecting with our shelter services to ensure that we can get vaccines there. We want to use the Denver human services and we're working on a way to be ableto vaccine. People who are showing up Already even though they're trying not to have people come. These are people that are coming need services, and so we can then vaccinate them and an idea that I had, which I think is important. Is trying to use our parks and RECs areas. We have parks and RECs facilities all over the city and county of Denver, and so we can develop pop ups flu clinics. That would be throughout the city, you know, and then get good communication about from the city from our Denver public health website to share where these are so people can come make it convenient in timing. It's going to have to be on weekends. It's gonna have to be at night because people the people, we're trying to reach her people that are Potentially essential workers working through today, construction workers, restaurant workers, hotel workers, and the big thing I think is being flexible about where we do this. I know Dr Slay this might put you on the spot, but Fizer said that it is developing one of the two vaccines. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says they're planning to distribute beginning in early November. You have any reservations about a vaccine developed this quickly. Well, you know, the H one n one vaccine in 2009 was developed in five months. It was safe. It was effective and that was done. I think. Well, I mean, we learned a lot from it, and we're learning from those lessons. That what we need to do differently this time around, but I would say in terms of how I look at it. We have a number of checks and balances in place data safety monitoring groups, the FDA That will evaluate this vaccine. And so I trust that we will not put anything out into the community that is not a safe vaccine. Seconded that play a family physician and his associate director of Denver Public Health, Thank you so much for being with us. And thank you for inviting me. President Trump in the CDC has ordered a nationwide halt on evictions until the end of December. This could prevent millions of Americans from becoming homeless during a pandemic and record unemployment. Some landlords say this moratorium leaves landlords unsheltered from financial difficulties. Katrina Balala owns property in Chicago, but she joins us now from New York, where she's living with family and friends. Mr Lowe. Thanks so much for being with us has got thanks for having me And May we ask why you're staying with family and friends Right now. I am staying with family and friends because, ironically, my tenants have displaced me. So I own a unit in Chicago. I bought it about three years ago. My intention was to stay there and live there. Then I was relocated to Denver for work. So I decided I will rent out my apartment so that when I eventually moved back to Chicago, I can live in my home. So I found these tenants they find Ally's October of 2019 on DH. Since then, it has been an absolute nightmare. They paid randomly every month, and I tried my best to work with them. I understand. You know where human things happen. I figured getting some rent was better than no rent. And March rolled around. They only $630 from March. And since then I have not seen a single penny in wrench. The lease ended in April. They have been squatting in my apartments and son and I could not afford to pay my rent and Denver and my mortgage in Chicago. So I moved out of Denver and I am now living with family in fronts. What do your monthly expenses on your place in Chicago? So there's a bunch of expenses, so there's my mortgage. I also have a chile fees, my homeowner's insurance and taxes, and that all comes out to about $700 a month. I am still Paying those girls. You've got tenants who won't pay anything to you on at some point you must begin to run out of money also, Yeah, I could potentially Lose my property in which I I renovated myself, you know, paid my friends and few thought. Help paint the walls. We redid the floors. I truly consider this my home. It's not an income property. Are there any any kind of assistance programs that might help you and Cook County or the state of Illinois said there is one program that it's a $5000 Grant. Your tenant has to apply for it around 200,000 tenants of applied and it's a lottery about 30,000. Landlords will receive $5000 my tenants only over $12,000 in rent. So if I.

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"denver public health" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They'll send teams into schools and UMass flu vaccinations to try and reach as many people as possible. Dr Judith Flays, associate director of Denver Public Health and joins us now, Dr Slade. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for inviting me. What are you hoping to both accomplish and learn from this big push to vaccinate people against the flu. We wanted just develop a coordinated approach where we can actually provide Flu vaccination, focusing on at risk communities who may not have access to the vaccine. So we wanted to really develop a process where we could get people vaccinated as quickly as possible and then use that mechanism to then be ableto scale to the large effort that we're going to need to provide cope with 19 vaccine. Doctors play. What are some of the reasons that the vaccination rates are so low right now, and I gather, especially in Colorado. So vaccination rates I've been low we were actually doing better. We focused a lot on our 4 to 6 year olds for their measles, mumps, rubella vaccine, and we were doing better. And then the covert 19 pandemic started. And so then people weren't going to providers and we weren't doing in school programming And we lost a lot of Momenta MME. Tell us about some of the ways you're you're trying to reach her, inevitably called hard to reach people. Already connecting with our shelter services to ensure that we can get vaccines there. We want to use the Denver human services and we're working on a way to be ableto vaccine. People who are showing up already, even though they're trying not to have people come These are people that are coming need services, and so we can then vaccinate them and an idea that I had, which I think is important is trying to use our parks and recs areas. We have parks and RECs facilities all over the city and county of Denver. And so we can develop pop ups flu clinics that would be throughout the city, you know, and then get good communication about from the city from our Denver public health website to share where these are so people can come make a convenient in timing. It's going to have to be on weekends. It's gonna have to be at night because people the people, we're trying to reach her people that are potentially essential workers working through today, construction workers. Restaurant workers, hotel workers, and the big thing I think is being flexible about where we do this. I know Dr Slay this might put you on the spot. But Fizer said that it is developing one of the two vaccines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Says they're planning to distribute beginning in early November. You have any reservations about a vaccine developed this quickly. Well, you know, the H one n one vaccine in 2009 was developing five months It was safe. It was effective and that was done. I think. Well, I mean, we learned a lot from it, and we're learning from those lessons. That what we need to do differently this time around, but I would say in terms of how I look at it. We have a number of checks and balances in place data safety monitoring groups, the FDA That will evaluate this vaccine. And so I trust that we will not put anything out into the community that is not a safe vaccine doctor did that play a family physician and his associate director of Denver Public Health. Thank you so much for being with us. And thank you for inviting me. President Trump in the CDC has ordered a nationwide halt on evictions until the end of December. This could prevent millions of Americans from becoming homeless during a pandemic and record unemployment. Some landlords say this moratorium leaves landlords unsheltered from financial difficulties. Katrina Balala owns property in Chicago, but she joins us now from New York, where she's living with family and friends. Mr Lowe. Thanks so much for being with us has got thanks for having me And May we ask why you're staying with family and friends Right now. I am staying with family and friends because, ironically, my tenants have displaced me. So I own a unit in Chicago. I bought it about three years ago. My intention was to stay there and live there. Then I was relocated to Denver for work. So I decided I will rent out my apartment so that when I eventually moved back to Chicago, I can live in my home. So I found these tenants they find Ally's October of 2019 on DH. Since then, it has been an absolute nightmare. They paid rapidly every month, and I tried my best to work with them. I understand. You know where human things happen. I figured getting some rent was better than no rent. Then March rolled around. They only $630 from March. And since then I have not seen a single penny in wrench. The lease ended in April. They have been squatting in my apartments and son and I could not afford to pay my Rent in Denver and my mortgage in Chicago, so I moved out of Denver and I am now living with family in France. What do your monthly expenses on your place in Chicago? So there's a bunch of expenses, so there's my mortgage. I also have a child. He's my homeowner's insurance and taxes, and that all comes out to about $700 a month. I am still Paying those bills. You've got tenants who won't pay anything to you. On At some point you must begin to run out of money also, Yeah, I could potentially lose my property in which I I renovated myself, You know, paid my friends and people thought help paint the walls. We redid the floors. If I truly consider this my home, it's not an income property. Are there any any kind of assistance programs that might help you and Cook County or the state of Illinois? So there is one program that it's a $5000 grant? Your tenant has to apply for it around 200,000 tenants of applied And it's a lottery about 30,000. Landlords will receive $5000 my tenants only over $12,000 in rent. So if I am able to get into that lottery, that would be incredible..

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"denver public health" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Most people know that Mr Clean Magic Eraser removes crayon scuff marks from walls, But did you know it even cleans tough kitchen and bathroom messes that air sometimes tough to tackle? Just wet squeeze any race? Great soap scum on your bathtub. He raised cloudy hard water spots in your shower race burnt on stovetop messes. So for all your tough kitchen and bathroom messes, try Mr Clean Magic Eraser. Hey, What do you want to go out at all that are Well, What have we done yesterday? Yesterday, all the way like the same bodies on like I said, Amanda, who saw dies. Stop got to call my mom. The's days. Nothing is normal and everything is weird, but you could still save big when you switch to progressive. That won't change. Not today or any day progressive com Casualty terms Company Kor FX ht to Denver. Okay. How news time 10 03 to avoid the spread of covert 19. Starting tonight, All Denver City Council meetings are going virtual until further notice the decision to go to virtual meetings recommended by Denver Public Health Administrator Bob McDonald. Dember has the most recorded covert 19 cases and deaths in Colorado. Public hearings will continue via published links, but the City Council is going one step further. The here for the public Special Virtual Listening sessions have been set for July 30th August 10th in August 22nd. That's Terry Bell reporting big crowds in recent days, resulting in the shutdown of Big Soda Lake and Bear Creek Reservoir and Beer. Create Lake Park. The city of Lakewood made that announcement late on Friday. Officials say water activities air closed until they can find a solution that complies with public health mandates. Governor Poles will be signing off on a bill today that bans panic is a defense for any assault on the gear. Transgender person. State lawmakers passed that measure during this year's session, the signing set for this afternoon. That's the latest I'm Chad Hoffman. No impact Traffic Thiss report is sponsored by revive water saving fertilizer and soil treatment. You're looking at a good looking drive across the Metro area Freeway system for the most part of this time, with the exception of West bound by 76 approaching 96th cruise, they're doing some emergency roadwork there left in center lanes are blocked. Seems some solid delays. Pack your patience on that stretch the rest of the freeway system looking good in town in the foothills. Roadwork Delays continue on eastbound I 70 from du Mont Idaho Springs left lane blocked on.

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Highs in the sixties it's sixty two now America's pediatricians say schools should plan to phase in re openings before returning to full activity White House coronavirus task force Dr Anthony Fauci expressed hope for fall session I fully expect though I'm humble enough to know that I can't accurately predict that by the time we get to the full that we will have this under control enough that it certainly will not be the way it is now where people are shutting schools the new guidance suggesting the possibility of reduced school hours when classes resume but schools need to plan for future shutdowns a handful of small rural schools in Montana will resume in person classes tomorrow there was another snapshot of the unprecedented economic toll the virus pandemic is having on the nation's workforce here's ABC Cherie Preston schools factories construction sites restaurants shops and offices all closed and all told it's led to a staggering twenty point two million job losses in the month of April those numbers are from state employment sites there from the private payroll processing company ADP looking at industries across the country hardest hit the leisure and hospitality industry with more than eight million people let go last month construction firms cut nearly two and a half million jobs and manufacturers laid off more than a million and a half people today's the day Denver's requirement to wear face masks in most public places went into effect according to mayor Michael Hancock's order people must wear a face covering any Denver retail or commercial business government building or health care facility along with public transportation all retail and commercial businesses must require employees to wear a facemask when interacting with any member of the public working in any space visited by members of the public working in any space where food is packaged or prepared for sale or distribution and working or walking through common areas the order is in effect until further notice Chad Bauer K. O. A. news radio mobile virus testing is coming to some areas of Denver even to people's homes Bob McDonnell's with the Denver public health and environment we're gonna deployed to those gaps within the city where they're not brick and mortar facilities again to reach out to those communities that are having trouble reaching the testing site Donald says anyone who needs a test will be able to get one Denver's health department plans to use up to seven mobile units nice day today weather wise endeavor but box thirty ones were garner says things will chill out a bit more we got a little system moving in from the north that's going to push wind gusts in Denver as high as forty miles per hour pushing fifty at the airport as high as sixty miles an hour in the eastern plains otherwise we're looking at a very dry forecast right through the rest of this week but there are signs early next week we could catch a weak system producing a couple of rain showers April tied for the warmest April on record but it was still colder than usual across swaths of North America us because of what meteorologists say was an amplified jet stream that let arctic air sweep down south more cooler weather is expected as make continues thanks to a destabilized polar vortex leading cooler wash over the northeast addictions updates eleven thirty I'm Chuck Clark on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM here's.

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Denver’s Stay-At-Home Order Expires Friday, Mayor Explains Restaurants Will Remain Closed

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Denver’s Stay-At-Home Order Expires Friday, Mayor Explains Restaurants Will Remain Closed

"Denver starting the process of re opening mayor Hancock explaining the guidelines for the transition to safer at home for the city retailing business offices can reopen Saturday in Denver which is half of the employees working onsite other businesses they must they close these include restaurants and bars except for curbside pickup and delivery movie theaters live performance theaters and concert venues stadiums and arenas gyms and yoga and fitness studios with very limited exceptions starting today you will also be required to wear a mask in certain places in the city any retail or commercial business their common areas and enclosed spaces like elevator any government building where a central public functions are taking place also Denver health department has announced it will use mobile units to visit people's homes for virus testing most of the rest of the metro area's gonna start re opening this weekend

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Denver - 8 people in Colorado test positive for coronavirus

Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Denver - 8 people in Colorado test positive for coronavirus

"Eight people in Colorado remain in isolation at home after testing positive for coronavirus Kaylee Zimmerman with the Denver health department once they are presumptive positive we let it run its course we can check in daily with them to make sure that they're still isolating at home that they don't have any needs that they haven't had any changes in symptom the hope is that the virus runs itself out over the next couple of weeks in the patient's lives get back to normal seven of the eight who've tested positive had recently traveled

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A warming trend to wrap up your work week will be even warmer through Sunday could see sixties again this weekend right now on Colorado's morning bill news there is a bill repealing Colorado's death penalty it's on the governor's desk he was given final passage in the state house after hours of debate Republican lawmaker rod Pendleton argued that capital punishment needs to remain on the table for prosecutors we need this tool in our toolbox to get to the killers to admit whether victims are to admit some things about the crime that help the victims with closure but house Majority Leader leader Alec Garnett says it will save the state money we can spend resources on reform not on appeals on treating drug addictions not administering a drug cocktails governor Poloz has signaled he'll support the bill the change would not affect the senses of three prisoners currently on Colorado's death Rowland ROW unless they are granted clemency in California the first case of corona virus in a patient who hasn't traveled outside the country is under investigation according to the centers for disease control prevention there been several dozen cases of crime virus reported in the United States you know the all the cases reported are from those who recently traveled out of the country or those in contact with someone who did now the CDC is investing the first case of what's called community infection in California that means that the source of the infection is unknown California congressman John Garamendi tells fox news Shannon bream we do know that we have a case of community infection they're trying to run down where and how this and who this person may have been talking to work been around in Washington Sean Langille fox news president trump says he'll do whatever is necessary to keep people safe from corona virus in this country he says he's also ready to spend whatever's needed again Congress is talking to us about funding and getting far more than what we ask for I guess the best thing to do is take it will take at the White House has requested two and a half billion dollars through although some lawmakers are asking for up to eight billion the president calls the risk kalo crediting travel restrictions putting in place he's also put V. P. Mike pence in charge of the response center officials say they're prepared in case of an outbreak of corona virus in the state there's quarantine other plans in place to deal with it Bob McDonnell but Denver public health says people need to be aware but if you have vacation plans travel follow through with your plans the precautions that people that travelers need to employ men are the same that they would implement total void contracting a common cold and that is the advice for now unless things get worse students in jeffco public schools will have an extra day off next month the Colorado educators association is hosting a day of action on the nineteenth for teachers to rally at the state capitol in support of better education funding and it's going to cause a teacher shortage that Jefferson County public schools says it can't cover so it's closing to students on the nineteenth but says that will be a regular work day for other district employees Connor Shreve came away news investigators have found the S. U. V. they thank heaven killed an army veteran and Thorton but they're still searching for the driver police didn't have much to go about finding the S. U. V. that was a big break in the case the vehicle was found yesterday along value away near a hundred twenty fifth police only had this blurry picture of the white GMC to go on but that was enough for someone to spot the vehicle abandoned on the roadway and then contact police investigators also have surveillance video.

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Denver's public health director he says after retailers understand the law there will be zero tolerance for violations jury belt Kaylee news vaping now being blamed for sixteen deaths and more than a dozen states health officials in both Virginia and New Jersey announcing deaths on Tuesday from a vaping related illness the CDC announcing last week it was aware of more than eight hundred vaping related long illnesses across the U. S. and one American territory many of those have been tied to black market THC cartridges drivers are gonna have to wait a little bit longer for the full re opening of US thirty six three Westminster seedot delayed work due to expected weather conditions last night the full re opening was supposed to take place by Thursday morning but now that's been pushed back until early Friday crews have been working to repair the roadway following a collapse in July damco shell KO a news Colorado Democrat congresswoman Diane to the gatt will unveil bipartisan legislation today aimed at substantially reducing the cost of insulin she says prices have shot up and quadrupled since two thousand six and that impacts tens of millions of people around the country with diabetes many of. can no longer afford the medication to get will make the announcement official this morning that Denver office parks and wildlife officers looking for two men suspected approaching a bull elk in Moffett county last week the three hundred and six by six bull elk is considered a trophy alcon was poached from one of the most highly coveted areas game unit to for most hunters it can take twenty five years to get enough points to draw a bull elk license in this unit C. P. W. looking for a great early nineties four and a half ton truck with mud flaps and an extended cab Cathy Walker K. away news photos linebacker Bradley Chubb talking about his torn anterior cruciate ligament so far no surgery has been scheduled however he says he's already focused on recovery I haven't got that far yet still getting second Panzer pains and all that but I haven't really came to a conclusion on that yet and when it when it happens go before the state from the chip is out for the season the Broncos had to LA to take on the Chargers on Sunday our coverage starting at eight in the morning kick off a two oh five right here on K. away the voice of Colorado October is national domestic violence awareness month and the city and county building went purple last night plus empower field at mile high will be purple all week to raise awareness Denver mayor Michael Hancock sister was a victim of domestic violence in two thousand two and spoke to fox thirty one after her death.

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"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"denver public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"She went home state at home when she had a fever. She was isolated by your healthcare providers. But there are some people who may have been in contact during the contagious period. Of course, health officials are looking for people who may have been interacting with that patient at five different locations between January tenth and January fourteenth posted the list of that where you might have run into this patient on their website at Denver public health dot org. Mayor Michael Hancock wants another go. As Denver's top elected official formally announced his candidacy this evening at the hiawatha Davis junior recreational center in park hill, the mayor acknowledges his mother's ingenuity. She was in the audience several times during his remarks. She was a single parent of ten ks and yes, some grandchildren as well. Well to this day. I don't know how she did. It. But she did it. It's a big field there. Now nine other candidates in the race for Denver mayor de LA the president interrupted his questioning of the attorney general nominee today to ask the president to reconsider his decision to pull US troops out of Syria. You make people were trying to help wonder about us. And as they get bolder people were trying to help we're gonna get more uncertain. Saw this in Iraq. And now seeing in Syria, Senator Lindsey Graham comments, come after ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack in Syria today, killed a number of US service personnel and finally charges being brought against Georgia man for plotting to attack the White House. But a prosecutors say that has sheer Heeb plan to use an improvisational improvisational explosive device and an anti anti-tax tank rocket to carry out his attack apart from the White House. The Heeb also planned to hit other federal buildings in the nation's capital..

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Ebola virus possible for Denver Health patient in isolation

Sean Hannity

02:10 min | 4 years ago

Ebola virus possible for Denver Health patient in isolation

"On the fire lines I'm Steve rappoport Fox News fire officials saying crews. Have stopped some growth of a wildfire in northern California that. Killed at least six people the so-called car fire also destroying more than five hundred buildings we're here till the end. And we will get to an end and we will bring some peace to this chaos Cal fire incident commander Brecqhou via we're filling a lot more optimistic today as we are starting to to. Gain some ground rather than being in the defensive mode on this fire, all the time we're starting to make some good progress out there already is now, saying a second firefighter died battling a. Massive blaze near, Yosemite seventeen wildfires. Across the state forcing fifty thousand people from their homes another government shutdown President Trump tweeting he. Will, consider it if Democrats don't get moving on his immigration proposals including a border wall meanwhile the, president's attorney continues pushing back. Over a, secret recording of the president and his ex lawyer Michael, Collins war, with, him, you know obviously the. Real chest here is the investigator The Justice department and the. American public, not he doesn't get to decide this case I should, say I feel sorry for. Mobile believe me he's destroyed himself Chris as a witness Rudy. Giuliani on Fox News Sunday believes the tape released last week is an altered copy a. Patient at Denver health medical center is, being tested for Ebola in an isolation. Unit the patient, came. To us by ambulance feeling ill. And needed to be hospitalized the patient's symptoms correct present a variety of common illnesses the patient in, question had reported being in an area of the Congo on a medical missionary trip but he was in, a location where the, Abol outbreak had recently been officially declared over chief medical officer Connie price health officials say there have, been no, reported Ebola outbreaks in that area of the Congo in forty. Five days Fox News fair and balanced Some, people. Still think in education from northern. Virginia community college is just settling well how about settling for the skills companies the most around here, there's a shortage of nurses computer engineers in cybersecurity experts guess who's.

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Colorado, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Ashby and Dr Chris Carey discussed on Colorado's Morning News

Colorado's Morning News

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Colorado, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Ashby and Dr Chris Carey discussed on Colorado's Morning News

"Payment to attorney michael cohen during the two thousand sixteen run up to the presidency president trump has denied filtering money to cohen for a payout two adult film star stormy daniels we have seen that interview on air force one time and time again where he is asked about that hush money that one hundred thirty thousand dollars paid stormy daniels and he has said no talk to michael cohen he's my lawyer so now buried in in a footnote on page forty five of of all these documents is his mandatory mandatory personal financial disclosure report so there are a lot of questions at hand right now abc's kira phillips reporting president trump will meet with nato's secretary general today the two are expected to talk about north korea's threat to pull out of the upcoming summit with president trump during a photo op yesterday he said we'll see what happens north korea is upset about joint military exercises that are being conducted by the us and south korea the north is also apparently unhappy about trump's insistence they need to denuclearize denver health medical center will soon be the only hospital in colorado to offer male to female gender reassignment surgery it will also be one of the only only ones in the country to do that as well dr chris carey is learning the surgery and says it can be miraculous for those who elect to get it done waiting entire lives as long as i can remember for these types of surgeries lifechanging denver health already has about one hundred people on its waiting list beginning in july the hospital expects to perform one two surgeries each week on hawaii's big island earthquakes and bulk cannock fog adding to the threats from hawaii kellaway of volcano a four point four magnitude quake shook the volcano main caldera yesterday damaging roads and buildings at hawaii volcanoes national park ashby looms from the volcano set off a red alert for aircraft and raise the threat of acid rain in the region another big threat the toxic smog belching out of over twenty cracks in the earth that have opened up over just the past two weeks movie goers are excited to get to see a superhero again this time he'll likely take down avengers infinity war the more r rated comic book rajini deadpool.

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