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"department health" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:08 min | 1 d ago

"department health" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"First time in months, New York City's daily covert infection rate is over. 3%. The mayor just moments ago talked about a new crackdown new enforcement here in New York City. You're going to see a daily number over 3%. And obviously everyone is concerned about that. That is something we all have to work on together to address. And something that says to us we have to be on high alert to make sure we fight back this challenge. I know we can do it I've seen in communities around the city where we started to see upticks. The ability of the community working with the testing, trace core Department health, the whole city government to beat back an outbreak. We need to do that again on a bigger scale, and we can But the fact is for the first time in quite a while. The daily number is over 3% that is cause for riel concern. Okay, so we'll talk about what we need to do in those nine zip codes. By the same time, we'll talk about the fact that in the rest of you know, it's important to know they're 146 zip codes in New York City. So in general, what we're seeing in the other 137 zip codes is we're doing well in those generally speaking some areas we have to work on. But the central problem is the nine zip codes with a particular problem. Let's talk about the crackdown. The mayor says. Anyone who refuses to wear a mask will be fined. He says non public schools and child care centers that don't follow the rules will be closed. He added that at this point, he is not prohibiting larger gatherings. But if they don't see progress, they may prohibit larger gatherings large and they make clothes. Non essential business will keep following this for you. As the day goes on here more from the mayor, hundreds of thousands of elementary school students head back to the classroom in New York City will happen this morning. Marla Diamond was there with the nervous parents, the students and more It was a first day back like no other young students standing on painted starts for social distancing on the sidewalk outside. P s 15 masked up teacher's waiting to greet them and.

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Feds explored possibly charging Portland officials in unrest

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Feds explored possibly charging Portland officials in unrest

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Navalny team alleges Novichok found in hotel water bottle

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Navalny team alleges Novichok found in hotel water bottle

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UK defends planned Brexit deal breach as Biden slams move

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

UK defends planned Brexit deal breach as Biden slams move

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Trump disputes health officials, sees mass vaccinations soon

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Trump disputes health officials, sees mass vaccinations soon

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California chicken plant told to close after 8 die of COVID-19

Pat Walsh

00:25 sec | Last month

California chicken plant told to close after 8 die of COVID-19

"A chicken plant in central California being shut down after hosting one of the largest covert 19 outbreaks in the state more than 350 foster farms. Employees have tested positive for the novel Corona virus, and eight have died that according to them, or said County Health Department health officials there say they tried to stem the outbreak multiple times with no effect. They say the closure of the plant is the only way to get the outbreak and foster farms swiftly under control

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"department health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:02 min | Last month

"department health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The numbers are fudged The Arizona Department health Services is putting out bad information, the very key benchmark that is the amount of covert cases per 100,000 people. Is being inflated because they're not just using only new covert cases. They're also using in that. Antibody results. People have antibodies, the serology tests that's not knew that shouldn't count. But they're using it and it's inflating it. You go to the department Health website. Look on school testing and you'll see it. The numbers don't match up. Second thing. I think you need to know we have the lawyer on that's representing now over 100 bars serious six and cirie seven license owners. Any revealed Doug Ducey eyes basically working with the Arizona Restaurant Association. They're very politically powerful. His buddy, Sam Fox and others, and I like Sam Fox restaurants. I don't blame them for doing this, but they're they're manipulating their keeping bars close. So when people have to go out to have a cocktail or a drink, they have to go to the restaurant bars now not regular bars. And he's saying that that's unfair. It's not constitutional. I mean, it's tremendous we'll have the neuro interview upon my page a canister dot com They're hoping to get the before the Supreme Court August 25th year in Arizona. It was remarkable third thing I think you need to know is that black lives matter out in Seattle was walking in a neighborhood so white people inside a home and started yelling at them. The mob did saying, Give up your home. You're comfortable white people. Black people used to live here. This is black people and give up your home. And give up your land. That's what they're doing. Three things. I think you need to know, by the way speaking all this stuff down If you saw how she really quick, vouch, he came out and said that you can't trust the temperature taking in places where it's hot. Which it's summer. It's hot everywhere, especially here in Arizona. So a temperature check done by a restaurant or a business. You see, it's not reliable. Every day. Something changes with this freaking guy every day. But he did say, he says, there's no reason why we can't do voting in person. So you have that? Oh, no, I love this. Hang on. U S Postal Service is warning is just alert My phone. Absentee voting rules in key swing states may leave some ballots uncounted. They just want more money there. Working with the demos, too. Get bailouts of billions of dollars. Get out of here. Um Let's get some juicy. And then I was squeezing that story about the black neighborhood where the in Chicago where they kicked out black lives matter. Ah ah do suffer, though. Yesterday had some things to say in his little press conference, he changed it because it's boring and stupid and too long. S O. He changeable. Everybody was taking questions. Very interesting one about water parks, and I left this. I left it in there. I left a question in there because I wanted to get the full. Ah, full scale of it. Okay, very important that you Nothing's taken out of context. Um And Ryan. For some reason, I lost the prep with a number on it. I don't know. Always wait. I got it now. Finally is there. 32? 32. I know. Finally I screwed up for once, right? I one flaw 30 to listen to this. Why? Water parks are closed, but hotels with the same lazy rivers and water slides. Khun, stay open. I'll bet you that the the hotel lobby. That is influencing the governor. There. He's screwing over the smaller businesses. Unbelieving. Listen to this. Here we go. Your order allowed, uh, resorts to reopen their swimming pools and splash clubs. But freestanding splash places like like Mesa are not tell me what the difference is because of this glass pad at the Hilton and Splash Planet Maysa. We're working with the larger Places commercial places on guidance in reopening, and we did put guidance limiting groups in the pools in the resort. Understood. But why? Why can't Maces Sunsplash lived by the same rules? It's somewhat the same thing that I talked about on some of these other businesses that were operating Responsibly but underneath the category, it was not. We're working with him on reopening. There's no answer there. He gave no answer. Well, it's kind of like what we talked about earlier and things and Yeah, huh? Yeah. Ah, So obviously, as do Sopher gets lobbied hard, and his must be buddy buddy, helping his friends with the restaurant lobby. Three hotel in tourism lobby. Obviously saying, Hey, we're getting screaming. Think about this. Tourism is down across the board. People are not traveling to Arizona. They canceled reservations in hotels and everything else. People in Arizona just like everywhere else. Having a tough time trying to go on vacation. Nobody wants to fly anywhere, right. So what are people in Arizona doing it? I've done it. You go Overthinking hotel and you look for one that has some nice amenities. Maybe a waterslide. Maybe a lazy river. Maybe a big pool. So I guarantee you this is what's happening. Dues. He gets lobbied hard and says, Sure, I will crush the water parks. To make sure the hotel and tourism industry can make money. If people aren't coming in from out of Arizona will make Arizonans go there because I'll make it impossible for them to go to a water park. I guarantee you, That's what happening. This guy is pure evil. This where I get even more mad that again Republican lawmakers like Gail Griffin. Who called the show a relation of Peter that I know of. Finchem. Red Roberts, Vince Leech. I mean, Kelly Townsend's trying, but I mean, nobody's calling him out on this white what is happening here? We stick up for businesses. That's what we do here. Go now. Go knock on doors for us and get more of us elected..

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"department health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"department health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Deaths by age group, according to the Arizona Department Health website under the age of 28 8 Out of 7.3 million. Well, that's eight that scare you many die from the flu, and we shut everything down. So this is what we have. Now we have these. These freakin teachers that would love to get paid their full salary. Do a zoom call for 30 60 minutes a day. And then dump all the homework on the parents who are trying to work. And some won't be ableto work as they have kids at home where they're supposed to go. So you tell me. Disneyland can open. Walmart can open. Which schools can't open. So anyway, he wrote that and I'm like, I'm done arguing with you on Twitter. Let me not going to be in my show And he writes, just respond. Just responding. Thank you for the invitation, but I'm going to pass if you're that If you are that Upset with this. And you're so confident your opinion. Wouldn't you come on this show and set it straight. Wouldn't you do that? Diving. Every teacher that doesn't want to be there should lose their job. Lose your job. What? You gonna change your tune when you're on unemployment when you have no trouble with that change your mind. This is what we're dealing with right now. His garbage. Let me give you some more okay? Kyle Lane was on the show. On Friday, he went to the CDC. The CDC and it says here From the CDC itself. Nearly 200,000 kids under 18. Have been confirmed cases of the virus. Only about 4000 been hospitalized 2% of an estimated 25 to 30,000 for the flu this year, by the way, That's just confirmed cases. Not all those infected. 29 under the age of 15 have died. 29. A study published by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. From 2009 to 2014. They found an average of 243,000 trips to the E. R by kids under 18 every year. Of those 13,830 70 year hospitalized, 34 died three times as many kids hospital life from playgrounds than covert 19. Aren't you over this stuff? I mean, if you are a parent what you going to dio and we should be demanding for our money back. We should be de funding the teacher's de funding the school's de funding the school district's Shouldn't have you what we're doing. Rain. Cause this is all This is all a bunch of lies. Nobody's saying Cove. It isn't real. It's real but again, even in that story, and it's on my Facebook page, and I took Screenshots to make it easy for you to find. They admitted TMC. They're getting loaded with patients. From Santa Cruz County from the Native American reservations. That's who's this is what's coming. And this guy brought up a T three teachers taught In a classroom. And it's so deceiving. It is so deceiving. He brings up that three Arizona teachers up in Phoenix decided teach summer school from a classroom. They bought the all caught Cove ID. And one died. What he leaves out is that you think right there. Oh, my God. There's kids in the classroom of it. They were teaching online. So the teachers in the class No kids so kids didn't give it. And the teacher that died, and it's sad. Had Lupus, I believe had hypertension and I believe had diabetes as well. You are. Langdon, Let me let me get the exact stuff here because I don't want to start on a steering the wrong way, Okay? Was in the Arizona Republic. Fox News picked it up. CNN picked it up. I know Lupus is one I think she had certain Well, it's loading right now. It's loading right now. Ah, Here we go. All three teachers got it, and they work in the same classroom. Do they give it to each other? Is that a fact that he not go somewhere else and get it shopping? Did that not happen? I mean, how do you know they got in the classroom? She suffered from diabetes, Lupus and asthma. Diabetes. Everybody else has to go back to work and wants to go back to work. And the teachers don't 80 can s Ta t 05678 I have mohr. You could comment 80 canister because people have had enough. Morning ritual. Garrett Lewis can s t E a. M 7 92 sounds most stimulating. Talk the morning.

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"department health" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:15 min | 2 months ago

"department health" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The TR news at Thanks again. We appreciate you spending some time with us. Would it be more harmful for students to be at home that it would be in the classroom? And there are a lot of experts that are speaking out and saying just a cz much, the CDC director Robert Redfield has said as much on Thursday. I want to read a quote from Dr Redfield in just a moment from Mr Redfield. In just a moment. I keep making everybody a doctor when they might not be. Actually I told Stevie had to call me doctor, and he hasn't yet so Maybe that's what it is. It's It's a Freudian slip on my part. Well, you haven't called me. Supreme Allied Commander. That's true. I have not. You're right. But Robert Redfield was speaking yesterday on was speaking about the virus and young people and how young people are not getting nearly a sick from covert 19 the ability of this virus to cause significant illness. In Children is very, very, very, very limited. We know of the post immune inflammatory disease that you've heard about, but it's very rare. But in general This virus is not constant, difficult illness and Children. So when you look at the numbers, and I look at all of them And I try to be as objective as possible. I don't have an agenda. I don't have a gotcha answer. I don't I haven't I told you so I'm reading the numbers for exactly what they are. And here is what's happening in Arizona when it comes to younger people. People under the age of 20 there have been over 13,000 positive tests for Covad, 19 off people under the age of 20 as of this morning. Of those 90 people have been hospitalized. That is 900.68%. That is less than 7/10 of 1% off the people under the age of 20 That have gotten covert 19 have gone to the hospital, and we do not know how many of those 90 that have been hospitalized had preexisting health conditions. That's the one thing that the website from the Arizona Department health Services, It doesn't give you that data on preexisting conditions. Eight people have died. That's in the zero percentile. Eight people out of 13,098 people have died again. We don't know about preexisting conditions. So what Robert Redfield is saying is exactly true by the numbers. Young people are not dying from Cove in 19 and they're not getting significantly ill either. All of that. There are things we should be happy about. So, with that being, said, Mr Redfield, and this is a quote from Robert Redfield. I'm on the time of the point of view as a public health leader in this nation that having the school's actually closed is a greater public health threat to the Children. Than having the schools reopen. And there are experts, psychologists, pediatricians that are beginning to back that up. So I was trying to make the argument earlier today and again Social media users. I absolutely love the input over the weekend. I try to engage as much as I can keep it civil, but I love when we disagree. It's the way I learned. And I just want you to respect my point of view. I'd never presume I'm going to convince you to change your mind. But I just want you to respect my point of view as well. And I will try to respect yours. I'm at broom Head are on Twitter at broom Head. Katie A. R. My argument was this We all would agree that I have believed that we say that firefighters and cops are essential services and no. One in spite of the dangers of getting covert 19. We would never expect a copper a firefighter to not do their job. And I think most people with exceptions, preexisting conditions, things of that nature. We know of medical workers and doctors. There was a programme that was called RVs for MDS when we were at such a fever pitch of covert 19 and the first go around. There were people that had RVs that they were allowing doctors to use that could park on their own property at home. So that they didn't have to go in the house and possibly infect their family. But they could be close enough to their family to see them. My point was, we understood the dangers of those professions and for their families. We understood it. I have a friend who's a nurse. Her daughter is a nurse. They obviously the daughter has Children as well. They had young Children in the house. The Children were sent with other family members. When this was going on, it was their strong as it was at the very beginning. So they sacrificed being with their Children and grandchildren to keep them safe during covert 19 and everybody saw that as a noble cause for nurses, doctors, paramedics, firefighters and police officers. If we believe that having Children the classroom, as is essential as these services are, there is going to be a certain risk level for the teachers. Now, I don't believe we should be endangering the lives of schoolteachers, either. The numbers don't talk about a huge risk of life unless you have pre existing health conditions or you're over the age of 65. Again. Let's just go to the second oldest demographic on the Web page. The 55 to 64 year old demographic. There have been 13,763 cases over 13,000 cases as well for people between the ages of 55 64. Off that they have a 7.6% hospitalization rate. Since the beginning. Of this, only 7.6% of the people that have gotten covert 19 in that age group have been hospitalized off that there is a 2% death rate. We don't know how many of those people had preexisting conditions, but between 55 60 for you would expect a lot of those people had some pre existing health conditions. So the death rate is very low, the hospitalization rate or serious illness very low. I'm not saying teachers get your butts back to school. And don't be afraid. I'm not saying that. But if experts are beginning to tell us that it is much more critical for kids to be in the classroom. That it is detrimental to their mental. They're emotional and their physical wellbeing and doing serious damage. I don't think an association of pediatricians would be speaking out if they didn't believe it was a dire circumstance. Nor would the psychologist thes child psychologists. Would they be speaking out and saying, We've got to get these kids back in school? They've got to be socialized. They've got to have the structure. They have to do this. I don't believe they stick their necks out and say in spite of the numbers of covert 19 it's imperative the kids are in the classroom if they didn't believe it. So if in the minds of everyone That is the most important thing is the Children's well being. At what risk level should the teachers be back in the classroom? I'm not saying that she'd even be the same risk levels of level was a firefighter or a cop. But we know that under any risk level cops and firefighters air still doing their jobs. And getting it by the way..

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"department health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"department health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Um Tim Cecil in you going down to 77? 05 He's the guy in charge of Tucson back. The Blue wanted to simply painted thin blue line in front of the Tucson police headquarters, while the mayor Regina Romero, claims he has a white supremacist. And because she went after a private citizen. I want to support police. He is now getting death threats and his kids can't even play in the front yard. People are driving by my house. It's quite scary. All thanks to the mayor, because she she just hates the police. Black lives matter. Good police sport bed. Second thing. I think you need to know we're gonna talk more about this with Congressman Biggs in just a second from the Arizona Department Health website, And this is remarkable Turns out That inpatient bed use. June 16th 85% July 5th, 84% actually went down. Whoa! Yet do she wants to crush business? And I see you beds 83% in use in June 16th only 89% July 5th. Insanity. Third thing I think you need to know we should find out about the decision. Today. Mountainside fitness against Dog Doo and TOC finish against Doug Deuces Executive order Judge should rule today. The question is, How will Doug Ducey react? Three things? I think you need to know to talk about all this and more. Congressman Andy Biggs joins us this morning. Good morning, Congressman. How you doing? Gregor. Thanks for having me. Any time. Listen, you're like the lone person that's actually you know, saying the truth about these. Ah, these Chinese virus numbers and we're learning in not only in Arizona, but in Texas is well, I mean, deaths. Airway down. It looks like herd immunity is building because more cases are coming up. It's for younger people that you know unless this virus speakers out to kill people 30 and under and even under 40 It's not going to be nearly as bad as anything else yet yet we're scared that we might have, you know, even more shutdowns. Who knows? Yeah, you know, I mean, so. So the highest death totally had in any individual day was was ah, weeks and weeks ago at 30 for, you know, on July 4th Reported. Death rate was one on last Friday was one the day before that it was it was one. So you see this and the that case fatality rate. Has gone down. Even yesterday is about just a little under 1.8% and ah, a few weeks ago, right at the start of Ah of opening up. It wasn't duty opening up because there's a lifetime there. It was over 4%. So you see by the actual reduction in rate is something in the order of 140%. Of the case fatality rate over the last 3.5 weeks. So now that we know this, and it's going damning again more. There are more cases because we're doing, you know a bunch more tests so obvious when you do more tests are going to get more cases. On. But But yet Doug Ducey or governor wants to blame people going to bars like you said instead of the riots, the protest he wants to blame opening up businesses..

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Wisconsin's positive coronavirus tests down to 4%

Dan O'Donnell

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

Wisconsin's positive coronavirus tests down to 4%

"The line on the graph the tracks coronavirus cases in Wisconsin continues to tilt down state's department health services yesterday reported just two hundred seventy nine new cases DHS also reported almost seventy five hundred negative cases yesterday was the fourth straight day of declining coronavirus numbers here in

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"department health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:53 min | 4 months ago

"department health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Could happen way before with as well as enough actually California now anyway washes to get hit hard nursing home deaths and apparently in in Washington state's department health officials acknowledged knowingly including multiple deaths caused by gunshot wounds in the state's covert nineteen for Talladega people were shot to death and they put down they died from the Chinese virus his organization known as the freedom foundation they reported it that of the eight hundred twenty eight Chinese virus deaths reported by may eighth six hundred eighty one list some variation of covert nineteen in one of the causes of death on the death certificate forty one do not list over nineteen as a cause of death but indicated there was significant condition contributing to the death one of six people involved usually tested positive for covert nineteen but didn't have the virus listed anywhere on their death certificate as either causing or contributing to death wow so the freedom foundation reported that when asked about the foundations reported a press conference Monday the governor and the Democrat the not Jay Inslee up there that is dangerous disgusting and malarkey one full bite anyone malarkey he said the freedom foundation is failing these conspiracy claims from the planet Pluto sign a plan anymore isn't and not care about the lives lost to covert nineteen yet Kay Hutchison our department health statistics and manager in the state of Washington acknowledge we don't always know the cause of death for a death when it is first reported our dashboard that is true over the course the outbreak we've been monitoring and recording the cause of death as we know what we currently do have some debts that are being reported that are clearly from other causes we about five deaths less than five that we know of that are related to obvious other because in case they are from gunshot wounds in this case there from gunshot wounds we also have a number of dead I'm certificates where it's really unclear at all what the person died from Rudy these deaths we really don't or aren't aren't able to make a determination on whether they died from covert or not but they put him up there anyway for the covert I usually get one pull shot to death yeah what I did I don't those usually the ones with they don't know they just call it natural causes maybe it's not as a whole it's or something and you know it's a good point I I'm I'm guessing that's before they realize they can exit thirteen thousand Bucks lessened yeah we're saying they died of the Chinese virus like this is one of the biggest scandals ever and is where which Republicans would pony up me like this is a scam and again at ninety eight thousand plus people are listed as dead from a from this which is terrible we don't even know the true numbers we have no idea what the true numbers are no clue and we never will but we're being lied to about it oh and speaking of that by the way the CDC once again has come out and change their stance on how you can get the Chinese virus last week apparently was on their website is it is very little chance you can get it if it's a you know that it's spread on on services right well the CDC put out a press release after media reports appeared suggesting a change of the CDC's beyond transmissibility it became clear these edits were confusing real what report we literally took it from the actual website at the CDC you got to be kidding me so they edit the information again and now it's even more confusing now they say it may be possible for the Chinese viruses spread on purpose on services so last week it was now you know it's a it's not really much of a chance you can get this year it could spread on the surface now aids it may be possible a lot of things maybe possible maybe possible I could walk out my door find a hundred dollar bill maybe possible that that Ryan could do fourteen push ups I said may I said may as it may so yeah now they're changing their tune once again here we go this is this is what we get this is what you get right I'm only speaking of a D. V. DS I got to get this to you we have a lot to get to the activist Magnus the Tucson police activist and chief his tweets and ideas has to really get into it yesterday about The New York Times bring a thousand names of people that died for Chinese writers on their front cover what Magnus tweeted about that's all this guy I'll get that to you coming up don't go anywhere it is canister the.

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"department health" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"department health" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Department health Human Services and the state emergency operations center officials are hopeful they'll be able to test two thousand fuel by the end of the weekend the state National Guard also operating a free drive thru test site in flint at the Shiloh missionary Baptist church that will end tomorrow does it take to Connie slowly re opens Macomb county executive mark Hackel says those businesses still waiting want to know what it will look like for them the farmers the restaurants the the gyms are looking for that that same I guess if you will criteria so they have an idea are we trending in that direction for that final approval to say you can open tackle says businesses are willing to comply but they also need to know what they can expect when it's time to re open northern Michigan businesses and tourist attractions slowly turning the dial and re opening this Memorial Day weekend for short's brewery in Bel Air CEO Scott Newman bale says they are re opening their pub will be opening their facility not rapids that supplies retails bars and restaurants obviously first thing is yes we okay enough yeah so it is back to the public but at the same time as we also have to just a production site to to meet the needs of a whole host of all the other people as well so it's it's it's definitely a lot of work for this weekend bill says they're taking the social distancing and face mask guy lines seriously I mean every day news time eleven thirty four in New Jersey one church was back open today following president trump Dinning religious institutions essential however governor New Jersey skews me New Jersey governor Phil Murphy sounds better says churches in the light can have ten people inside at one time but at this church they did not care and a hundred people showed up can the county public safety officers were at the church installing cameras to monitor the situation from the command center they said they had no plans to shut service down a spokesperson for the governor's office tells me re opening places of worship is under consideration at the Jersey move toward phase two of re opening the spokesperson had no comment on the lawsuit they should Dennis Sullivan of the diocese of Camden posted a statement recently saying in part the suspension the masses was just and necessary during this pandemic back in Berlin some worshippers we spoke with are glad to be back in the pews I'm.

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Missouri’s new guidelines suggest children over 2 should wear masks at daycare

Mark Reardon

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Missouri’s new guidelines suggest children over 2 should wear masks at daycare

"In Missouri two years of age and up will now have to wear masks as much as possible at daycare and school the state department health released new guidelines this week day care and school staff will also have to wear a mask they when they are in physical contact with children preparing medications were making and serving food the CDC does not recommend mass for anyone under two because of suffocation risks

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"department health" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:13 min | 5 months ago

"department health" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Bound at the dolphin at three ninety five road construction is two left lanes blocked in Brad we continue with the crash free ride moving at speed your next update in ten minutes news radio six ten W. I. O. T. and take a look right now at doppler radar the sunshine a welcome change from yesterday's wet weather we could see her a pop up shower to this afternoon though right now it's seventy five in fort Lauderdale and seventy three degrees in pine crest at nine thirty two is the white house safe from covert nineteen that's the question after two staffers tested positive last week ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega has more from Washington the White House is looking to ramp up social distancing measures including having more aids in secret service agents wear masks and space sixty to park during meetings among those who tested positive the vice president's press secretary his office saying in a statement he will be at the White House today and that he has tested negative every single day forty five states in the east some sort of covered nineteen restriction even as the nation wide death toll approaches eighty thousand people a new concern about possible impacts on children after cases of an inflammatory condition were reported in children after they were exposed to cover nineteen the New York department of health working with the CDC to develop a national criteria scientists are trying to determine if there's a direct link today rite aid opened forty six new testing sites over twelve states Brian Clark ABC news well the corona viruses responsible for more deaths in South Florida law department health reporting five deaths in Miami Dade County which has a state high four hundred eighty seven deaths statewide six deaths were reported yesterday what is now lost one thousand seven hundred twenty one people to covet nineteen Florida is allowing barber shops and hair salons to reopen today but with some new rules everyone everyone yeah we have to we have to we've got some of the older generation that come in and we've got to protect them ballerina borrow of nails my Valerie in Saint Pete says they're waiting fifteen minutes between appointments for sanitizing the work area at at these re openings take place in most of the state but not Miami Dade and Broward Miami Dade maybe a week away from the re opening of restaurants retail and some small businesses we need to get the economy going again and do it as safely as possible mayor Carlos Jimenez says the decision comes after analyzing hospital data and consulting with business and medical experts we now have a well under a hundred over nineteen patients are violators the continuing decline in the percentage of positives of the tests that we give our those are certainly big indicators for make a list of specific restaurants and rules for reopening are expected to be announced this week and will most likely follow the rules for the rest of the state for example restaurants could reopen it twenty five percent capacity features gems and movie theaters will remain closed when the Grossman newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. Palm Beach county taking a step toward returning to a normal today restaurants stores barbershops and salons there have now re opened with a limit of twenty five percent capacity there re opening is welcome news for many like a restaurant owner in Jupiter who says the shutdowns had a tremendous impact on his business he says his biggest job now is to make sure everybody feels comfortable returning and many small businesses struggle to operate with reduced capacity if at all governor de Santis because it very wrong that money from the paycheck protection program designed to help them went to big multinational corporation I'm going to look at ways where we could potentially use some of the other state programs because we have Kerr is that money there may be ways where we can do some small business loans he promises only small family owned businesses will get the money and change for those filing for unemployment help the state's website for the unemployed now requires filers to answer questions about their work search status the answers that won't impact the benefits received because the governor waved at work research requirements for the rest of the month the website was down this weekend for maintenance but it should be back online this morning for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest.

"department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:24 min | 5 months ago

"department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"As you can tell this will dramatically increase our ability to test particularly in the priority areas when they talk about those priority areas we will have a greater ability to go into more nursing homes do sampling in those nursing homes a lot of concerns that we all have is any congregate care living facilities and nursing homes certainly the area that we have a great deal of concern children be able to get much more aggressive in regard to protecting people in our nursing homes second this will give us this capacity will give us a much better opportunity to deal with hot spots wherever they occur where we have a break out we will be able to move in and do the appropriate testing and the other things that we need to do will also be able to focus on other concrete care living settings homeless shelters treatment centers developmental disability home next will be able better able to make sure food and grocery workers and employees in essential manufacturing Ohio are healthy and not spreading the disease as you can tell many many things that were gonna be able to do with this and finally what I want to talk about next it is the additional thing that's going to allow us to do and that is to allow us to stand up a very robust very aggressive contact exposure tracing system in the state of Ohio so I won't talk for a moment about this in advance of our department health metal arts department health medical director Dr mark first to join us on Skype today to help explain to the people how exactly how this tracing system works how we can trace the virus and why is so important in helping us go after an attack the virus out frankly what I like about this and why I'm so excited is is gone able us to really go on the offensive as we attack the virus the virus will stay but when we separate people and when we're able to make sure that someone who has it does not spread it to others that is a wonderful wonderful thing before we talk to Dr Hurst I want again thank all Ohioans thank you for what you have done you've been absolutely amazing you have achieved a great deal S. because of what you have done and not done the last few weeks you have gotten us to where we are today you've done this the way the highway we've done it together Ohioans are fighters we now have the ability to really go on the offensive against this enemy that means we're going to track it down we're going to isolate it and we're going to go after it and the way we kill it is making sure it does not spread to another person so when we that person is in a situation where they're not spreading it that's a great great victory we're going to isolate it kill it because it doesn't have anyone to come into contact with it simply cannot spread this is an aggressive strategy but I think it fits Ohio and I think it fits our attitude of how we deal with problems contact exposure tracing is one of the strongest weapons we can employ to help our families our friends and ourselves to stay healthy this is going to all be done in a in a voluntary way or we can takes some control over this disease by stopping the spread we are protecting others we are protecting ourselves contact tracing is one two it works along with our other efforts does not replace anything but it's another thing another tool in our tool kit to go along with the social distance to go along with washing our hands to go along with in public wearing a mask these are all things that are very important and today we have an additional tool I'm going to also mention that we are partnering with partners in health I mention them several days ago a group based in Massachusetts started by someone I've known for a long time as Paul former friend I've known doctor farmer for many years from his work in Haiti on the aids problem and all other medical problems partners in health is a world renowned organization that works to protect communities and will be we will bring them in to Ohio to help us on the tracing program one out now ask doctor first to help us explain this and Dr what I'm going to do how you doing the December fine thank you governor good to see you you you have a pretty lively mash there actually very pretty because lately we we should all be wearing them up like as good very very good I'm going to doctor you're not be able to see me but I'm like I describe what I'm doing and I want I'm doing this for our viewers and first of all I hope everyone excuses my penmanship is not very good I wish I was told that many many different years in school it has not gotten any better as anybody who's got a note from a or letter from the nose but I'm a give a shot here so Dr let's assume we've got.

"department health" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"department health" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Counts passed another milestone state's department health services yesterday confirmed just over five thousand cases so far five thousand fifty two people have come down with the virus two hundred fifty seven people have died from it DHS says there were two hundred seven new cases yesterday many of the new cases continue to be tied to a meat packing plant up in Green Bay area face masks are the first thing to roll off the assembly line at Foxconn's plant in Mount Pleasant governor Tony Evers yesterday so the company donated a hundred thousand face masks to the state the governor's been critical of Foxconn and its agreement with Wisconsin in the past Foxconn still working to make ventilators its plant in Mount Pleasant as well your bright heating and cooling sports scoreboard cue the talk about a quarterback controversy Green Bay Packers last night traded up took Utah state quarterback Jordan love big runs a lot of Packer fans when the team picked Aaron Rodgers with the twenty fourth pick back in two thousand five reforms to the quarterback then the version we can do center on Benjamin Johnson newstalk eleven thirty W. I. S. waken up this is the Sean Hannity morning minute I've known Donald Trump for many many many many years over two decades and I watch him he is dialed in locked in his own day and whatever you wanna call it you know all hands on deck and it's like there's nothing that he will be able to say however that the mob in the media will say you know what that's what you really got that you pull that off and it's not gonna happen the Democrats are not going to ever admit he's done a single thing right in all of this nobody's ever going to go after the governor's that were so well prepared in the mayor's soul will prepared that they needed everything handed to them from the federal government from coast to coast from sea to shining sea is a Sean Hannity show people.

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"department health" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

06:42 min | 6 months ago

"department health" Discussed on KNSS

"Conditions are heavily associated with death from corona virus now it is important to say that according to New York City health department is the underlying illnesses include diabetes lung disease cancer immunodeficiency heart disease hypertension asthma kidney disease and your liver disease hypertension obviously the big one there because so many older Americans suffer some form of high blood pressure if you don't suffer from those things basically you're almost certain not to die I need if you are if you are no underlying conditions only in the entire city of New York where there been thirty two hundred and two deaths according to the New York City department health a grand total of it so I fifty six deaths have been people with no pre existing conditions so only one point seven percent of people who actually died New York City had no known pre existing conditions so again that is important because as we move forward here one of the things that maybe propose that if you have pre existing conditions up until the time that you have that scene maybe you're the people who stay at home now one of the things that has been true is that all the talk about shortages ventilators in your city so far that has not materialized at the admiral Bratcher R. who is the Assistant Secretary of health and Human Services he said yesterday everybody so far was needed a ventilator has gotten one we look at dental later use granular way every single day in every single state and out of the hospital level so we have been able to meet and easily meet all the ventilator requirements set up and brought us to us by the state no one it has not gotten the ventilator that needs a ventilator and as far as we can project looking at all models every person who needs a ventilator we'll get a ventilator and so that indeed is good news and we are told obviously the system is going to be completely overwhelmed at lot more optimism coming out from the administration over the last forty eight hours Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams he says he feels a lot more optimistic now than he did even last week I feel a lot more optimistic again because I'm seeing mitigation work I am so impressed I I know I said it a couple times with Washington and with California their public health officials there should be applauded because they've given us the blueprint for how we deal with this and the rest of the country and I I really do believe that we will come in under those projections as long as we can continue to do our part for thirty days okay well may come in our Dennis projections until August and that is the question I keep asking and I've yet to hear a realistic answer to it okay so what do we do that through August now she has said this is seasonal birds he said this is seasonal this is their second wave in the fall if there is a second wave in the fall let's say that we got our ICU beds governments leaders ready is there much you can do beyond that really that's a question we've heard talk about mass antibody testing man it would which presumably would allow us to know how heavy the lockdowns should be there's been some talk about if you've got the antibodies and go back to work very difficult to see with the level of specificity in the antibody test whether they are sure enough you could go back to work especially because again they're only about ninety three percent effective also the even the corona virus tests are only that eighty percent affected a lot of false negatives in those in those tests in the end I think that what this is probably gonna look most like is not heavy testing across the country constantly for months with contact tracing the way it looks in South Korea I just don't think that's realistic I think what's going to end up happening in all likelihood and maybe I'm wrong maybe the government gets its act together maybe there is contact racing maybe somehow they figure out how to contact race three hundred thirty million people in the course of the next four months such that we can safely allow people to go back to work and then we can contact race people test positive and since we're doing so many tests the minute you come down with symptoms and we test you I honestly don't know with a virus that is a symptomatic how you do contact tracing over the course of a week particularly in major cities like New York that impacting the stuff in South Korea for years but south Korea's been doing it since two thousand three I'm not sure how you ramp up a system like that just for the fall what we may end up with is sort of catch as catch can namely everybody who is not vulnerable everybody who's not elderly those people tend to go back to work and then everybody else has self isolated tell this vaccine that may indeed be the the the quick and dirty version of this I love to see something more specific that allows more people to go back to work that in if that includes social distancing which I assume will continue anyway and then great but mmhm their their countries right now that are re opening and this country is the first thing they're doing is sending kids back to school okay that means Graham and Graham I have to go into South warranty basically because once the kids are back in school they're gonna be carrying the virus even if they don't get sick so what do you need to contact race all the kids went up with corona virus like how do you even accomplish that it boggles the mind honestly to have a system that is this specific and so I I frankly don't know how realistic that is especially being developed within the next four months never going to have a second wave then again maybe the solution is that you do have to cordon off the most vulnerable populations and tell them to stay home if they if they want to be okay that may be the best that we can do at this point with that said Dr Deborah Berke says the death totals could be lower by August first if we work hard I think right now everybody is just sort of treading water I'm not sure there is a long term plan here Dr fountain I both strongly believe that if we work as hard as we can over the next several weeks that we will see a potential to go under the numbers that were predicted by the models and I think that is really two things it is the extraordinary compliance of the American people and the digital diligence that they have mitigated with because remember we're doing this strictly by behavior change well again strictly by behavior change we'll we'll see how long that lasts because the behavior cannot be indefinite it really cannot now again the good news is that economists are saying that the curve is flattening and then this is this is the noon day and is leading a cross the country by the way turns out when you keep people home they don't affect each other and it seems like that should be fairly obvious the the question I just keep asking over and over and over again and Austin is okay so what happens when all the back out I guess the plan was to flatten the curve and get as just not overwhelm the system now the systems not everyone can believe what was what what what exactly is the stated goal here and I've yet to hear the stated goal I thought you said when we have no infections okay and then what happens the minute that somebody flies in from him is news today that China is going to release another they're gonna allow eleven million people from China and earning their own travel ban on their citizens those people to be flying abroad what happens when there's one a symptomatic carrier in a massive community we have more of this in just one second first let's talk about the fact that you really do want to know who exactly is at your door like very important you know who's at your door.

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Two more COVID-19 deaths reported in Wisconsin

Dan O'Donnell

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Two more COVID-19 deaths reported in Wisconsin

"Wisconsin public health managers are reporting more cases of the corona virus and two more deaths from the W. I send his room Benjamin Johnson as Wisconsin's coronavirus count closes in on six hundred confirmed cases public health managers in the state see more than ten thousand people have been confirmed to not be sick state department health services yesterday confirmed that officially five hundred eighty five people in the state are sick with the virus seven people died from it thousands more than tested clear DHS confirmed two deaths yesterday one in Milwaukee county the other Dane county

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Coronavirus Task Force gives updates on response

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 6 months ago

Coronavirus Task Force gives updates on response

"The president announced guidelines for Americans to follow and do their part to stem the spread of the virus the task force is holding daily press conferences and meetings to provide the American people with the latest information the task force has recommended mitigation strategies to heavily impacted communities like those in New York Washington state and California about sixty percent of the cases are in those three states and most of the cases in those three states and a handful of counties and so the administration's really focusing on these counties I mean the whole country but really these counties to try and put laser focused effort to contain it the CMS announced guides to protect vulnerable elderly Americans and limit medically unnecessary visits to nursing homes in January the administration declared the corona virus to be a public health emergency by the way the president donated his fourth quarter salary to the department health Human Services to deal with this fires are you aware this you know if any other president did this they be mentioning this they don't even mention it with him did Obama ever donated salaried anything well he wasn't a billionaire was getting very close now president took action to give HHS authority

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Coronavirus kills additional Diamond Princess cruise passengers, reports say Israel close to discovering vaccine

Leo Laporte

04:10 min | 7 months ago

Coronavirus kills additional Diamond Princess cruise passengers, reports say Israel close to discovering vaccine

"More information on corona virus a self updates from ABC news the FDA is now announcing that the issue of of the drug shortage is is a possibility again these drugs will be ramped up fairly quickly you would imagine Japan has report report a couple additional time in princess cruise ship deaths individuals were a British man in the Japanese when they were the fifth and six passengers to die from corona virus after being aboard the quarantine at cruise ship of course like seven hundred people were actually infected under quarantine cruise ship so not a huge surprise that many people die because that if there were eight hundred people infected what aboard the cruise ship in six or seven people die that's obviously tragic is obviously terrible but that means the death rate is not ten percent or or twenty percent or even five percent so D. D. right right now China still leads the way in from the number of infections apparently at least twenty hundred people according to WHO's South Korea has the second highest national total of coronavirus cases behind China more than eighty one thousand people tested in that country about twenty three hundred had tested positive for coronavirus more than thirty thousand others awaiting test results at this point meanwhile a majority of America out of the cases who were on board the diamond princess cruise ships the the the people in the United States were diagnosed with the disease they were on board that diamond princess cruise ship those placed under quarantine in Japanese waters no American has yet died from corona virus the CDC is investigating the source of the various infections that haven't seen around the country the FDA said on Thursday it was not aware of any reports at this time of human illnesses that you just like run a virus can be transmitted by food or buy food packaging meanwhile there is the other big story from the US government is the whistleblower within the U. S. department health and Human Services had filed a complaint alleging that more than a dozen workers were sent for seed the first Americans repatriated from China without proper training or protective gear for coronavirus infection control this is reported by The Washington Post they suggested the corona virus basically was treated with without any sort of protective gear according to this whistleblower the underlying complaint apparently has not been substantiated at this point a spokesperson for the US office of special counsel confirmed it received whistleblower complaint in the case has been assigned when asked for comment US department health and Human Services spokesperson Caitlin Oakley told ABC news we take always lower complaints very seriously and are providing the complainants all appropriate protections under the whistleblower protection act of value in the complaint have nothing further to add at this time ABC news has not revealed the complaint lawyers representing whistleblower have refused to provide the complaint one of the whistle blowers attorneys told ABC news that the allegations laid forth are accurate this is we are hopeful Congress in the OS you will investigate this case in a timely and comprehensive manner there's no evidence by the way that anybody who actually met the folks coming back for more than that any of those those folks were actually infected with coronavirus none the less that is leading to questions about the the federal handling of this entire situation now what with all of that set there's no question that the Democrats in the media are making hay out of all this Brian Stelter was saying we may be looking at a crisis and meanwhile we're having a crisis in leadership okay we're not anywhere near crisis point United States at this point as we are just not we're not in fact is that we have double digit numbers of the actual infected in the United States is only sixty total infected in the United States in a country of three hundred thirty million people in zero deaths so far so the notion that we are like on the verge of a widespread outbreak now this stuff is good a good move but there's no evidence at this point that a pandemic is in the offing in the United States particularly since the US has done a fairly good job it seems so far of quarantining people meanwhile over in Israel the reports that Israeli scientists are on the cusp of developing the first acting against the novel coronavirus according to science and technology minister over conus I look for to Bernie Sanders or she had to leave I know how to Omar suggesting boycott divestment sanction from the coronavirus vaccine because it's produced in Israel if all goes as planned the vaccine could be ready within a few weeks in available in ninety days according to a press release so we'll see you know how well this this coronavirus vaccine works but at least there are some glimmers of hope on the

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Six Deaths Related To The Flu Outbreak Have Been Reported In Minnesota

The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Six Deaths Related To The Flu Outbreak Have Been Reported In Minnesota

"A new report from the Minnesota department health shows the flu is now widespread here in the state shows a total of six influenza related deaths this season that's up from three last week and two hospitals M. health fair view and Alaina health enforcing temporary visitor restrictions because of the outbreak both of them are reading children under the age of five from entering their facilities are also asking anybody who is sick to avoid visiting

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New cases of measles in Cobb County

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

New cases of measles in Cobb County

"New cases of measles in Cobb county Chris the Georgia department health as these additional cases should be highly concerning for anybody not vaccinated measles is highly contagious the state urging parents to make sure your children are vaccinated at least two of the three new cases are in individuals who are on vaccinated symptoms of measles include high fever cough runny nose red eyes followed

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"department health" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"department health" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Arizona department health services announced Tuesday there been three cases of vaping related respiratory illness and the state all of it Maricopa county l'avenue center jump cross KTA our news search is on for a missing marine from the valley KTAR Germany foster joins us live with the latest yeah here's what we know so far Jamie twenty year old lance corporal Joe Wallace was last seen leaving a friend's house and surprise Monday night according to his mom between eight thirty and nine but his truck was last spotted by a border patrol camera Tuesday morning traveling eastbound on the I. ten near el Paso and here's what's also puzzling Wallace love the marines he was recently promoted and was excited to get back to camp Pendleton north of San Diego after three days leave NCIS is currently investigating and you can see a picture of Wallace KTAR dot com live in the newscenter journey foster KTA argue Sir about fifty five hundred members of the Arizona National Guard and we're learning more about who they are and what they do National Guard soldiers deployed on state missions such as to the border and help out with natural disasters in an outside Arizona master sergeant Sander recess they also get trained on more than two hundred fifty careers such as logistics transportation culinary medical aviation and she says those and listed come from all walks of life current high school students college students teachers professionals they serve one weekend a month and two weeks in the summer captain Kevin start toward describes it as a citizen soldier concept you have your personal life and what you do whatever profession that is not on the weekend you come and you put the uniform on and you train and you are ready to serve when called upon result as a teen okay. AT T. R. news K. D. A. R. eyes on education a top Arizona Republican is doubling down on his criticism of our state schools chief over sex education to rack. Kathy Hoffman promotes this. which. house speaker rusty Bowers calling Cappy hop in a radically says she's pushing a sexualized children Abu has proposed changes to the state board of education's rules on sex ed powers made the comment at a recent meeting with parents and go what an is a backing off if the state sponsors that then we are sexualized thing our children for abuse in a statement KTAR hopping calls Bowers comment to pour into and reprehensible well it's never too early to start learning about money that's the philosophy of the freedom financial network and junior achievement of Arizona they're taking over the teaching at Griffith.

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"department health" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"department health" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To appear I need to tell you what to look out for what to know and coming up yet later. there's a new regulation coming out there is going to allow. people to buy all sure inefficient light bulbs again I mean explain to you why that is a trap for you and your wallet. and I wanna talk now about something that has been kind of sitting out there for the last nineteen years and it's something I can't believe it it's something I talked about. back when it first became your right to have your medical records. well now. their federal agency department health Human Services. once you to be able to very easily cat. your medical records from the hospital why outpatient surgery center doctor's office specialist office whatever and then be able to store those records and an app. and have them available when you need them that I'm a typical clueless guy. and what is a typical clueless guy well. we don't remember what our spouses said to us. and I can tell you my wife can cite back to me word for word. what she said to me that somehow I have a race from my memory. and we never remember. like for example you know I'll be as they went so I said we had a tetanus shot I'm like I don't know I mean I remember anything like that and once I've gotten well from an illness. I can't tell you. when I was still exactly what I had usually I can remember that. what meds I might have taken whatever. and so for me having access. my medical records my medical history right on an apple my phone. would be fantastic in certain situations that could be a lifesaver. but then there's the other side of this. which is where yeah I told you about Google getting fined for invading kids privacy on you too for very young children and all the stuff that goes on with what Facebook does all the time to. mess with your information and do weird stuff so this is one that gosh I. I know I'm supposed to say yeah download one of these Arabs when it's available and use it to store all your medical data. the thing I'm nervous about. at the same time in the thing you've got to weigh the costs versus the benefit what happens with that information. yeah we could be a data breach that exposes deep data files medical history on us it could be insurance companies behaving badly using that information illegally to decide they don't want to do this that or the other for you. is where that is illegal so. this is one that we've got to have clear rules. on how the information is guarded how the information is protected I saw in The New York Times item that apple is designing their medical out where the information would be encrypted and stored on your own device instead of on their servers so the only if your own device was hacked apparently would it be a recess the kind of thing that should be thought through and be employees and it is specially important as far as the android side is concerned because most market share is with androids. that there be an equivalent kind of protection in place and as. more apps become available where you can store your medical data will be really important to know what are the security protocols and what kind of thought has gone into how to protect that private information we also need to have clear laws passed that restrict access to our personal medical information by let's start with the shortlist insurers because they're not trustworthy and employers because you don't want people to be able to redline potential employees based on what may be. in somebody's medical record medical history you know if an employer wants you to have a physical. for jobs to make sure they want to hire you that's fine but I'm talking about way past that. Jenny is with us on the Clark Howard show hi Jenny how are you doing. I'm fine how are you great thank you so you have a question for me about getting tires and. this is an area where the stakes are much higher than they used to be because tires are so much more expensive than they used to be. yeah how much is a set of tires for your vehicle. I'm not even looked yet I have a two thousand fifteen are used sedan and I know that the last time I had my car serviced a few weeks ago and they said well you're approaching the fifty thousand mark and that'll be a time where you'll need to you know get a new set of tires and okay so immediately after all is that the truth you know who says that fifty thousand is the United golden number and then secondly I thought yeah do I have to get the at the dealership. tires in the car your time out the car dealer. they didn't know well. in a car dealer. yeah like I was told. don't even consider that no nodes that from your list of considerations okay it's not core what they do and when you get something like tires car dealer it's a convenience to get it there they may even farm it out to a tire center nearby that you're not even aware they're doing that and there's a much higher markup on tires car dealer then they would be going to. tired you know an independent tire shop when the tire chains or are getting tiresome tire rack dot com if you've heard of them are getting a minute sams or Costco. okay so is it true do you think that the fifty thousand mark is the right time to get new tires well if I ever had a set of tires that made it to fifty thousand I mean I would try to dance yet Irish jig or something but that's not gonna happen because a I'm never going to make it to fifty thousand so. it's pretty phenomenal but the tyre itself will tell you if it needs to be replaced and I don't remember what year this started but there's a little teeny are rich. on a tire in the trek. if that ridge equals the remaining trad your tire absolutely needs to be replaced. and so it it's more based on the individual tires I had some tires that basically had given up their useful life at thirty seven thousand miles on our mini van yeah. I'm a real man that drives a minivan it's true so. so I was driving in a rainstorm and the vehicle was hydroplaning even well below the speed on and I was like sure enough I went to I got a new set of Costco and when I went there it was like yeah these tires need to be replaced and so I went ahead and did it but I should have been paying attention and checked way before I was in a dangerous situation with my kids in a rain storm so you can you can actually hi Paul this rather than going by the mileage. phase four is where to shop for tires again if I can get you to eliminate the car dealer that you got to do that if you care about my cat and are you a member of either the warehouse club chains. neck okay so if you if you check both.

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NYC Health Officials Say Measles Outbreak Has Ended

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:01 min | 1 year ago

NYC Health Officials Say Measles Outbreak Has Ended

"Well this is certainly good to know health officials say the measles outbreak is officially over in the city let's get details from WCBS fifty burns forty two days that's two incubation periods of passed with no new measles cases reported in the city so that means the end of the New York City measles outbreak of twenty eighteen twenty nineteen and all health commissioner doctor oxy Risparmio says six hundred fifty four people were infected fifty two of them had to be hospitalized there were no reported deaths so we had to do more than the anti Baxter's she says dealing with anti VAX is was like hand to hand combat it was challenging to predict you know what was going to be the next assault and who it was gonna come from vaccination rates in borough park in Williamsburg where the outbreak was centered have dramatically increased she says Rockland county is not yet out of the woods county spokesman says the number of new cases there is slowing down but the last one was in mid August two reason to declare the outbreak over at department health headquarters in Long Island City Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio

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Leave dead birds alone, Fairhaven health official warns

WBZ Midday News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Leave dead birds alone, Fairhaven health official warns

"A one and now to the fight against Tripoli on the south coast in fair haven health officials there say if you see a dead bird maybe a dead Siegel do not touch it the warning residents not to come in any contact with these birds certainly not to pick them up and bring them to the health officer police department health officials say they've received several reports of these dead birds and they know the people are very concerned at this point they don't know if the birds have Tripoli and they don't have the equipment to test for it Laurie Sylvia of that town passed away over the weekend after contracting Tripoli and she was the first deadly case of the virus

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"department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Department health if you could just talk about the barman help quickly and then I'll dive into a sub couple specific topics for the panel absolutely thanks so much for having me here and again commissioner Malcolm sends her regrets for not being able to be here just want to point out a couple areas I'm you'll find just as governor while stack that we really believe in whole people whole communities at the department of health we pretty much partner with every agency here as we recognize health is not something that's determined and isolation so just highlighting a few areas we partner up with department of agriculture on safe drinking water we work on a lot with the agricultural community and private wells and ensuring that we have that standard that we need there from a wider perspective we also work on indoor on air quality looking at read online molds extender at and then we also do a lot promoting our farmers markets because again not only do we feel like it's like economic opportunity for farmers but we believe so whole heartedly that it's a way for us to socially can act and bring purpose to our life outside of our our usual daily activities but most importantly what I want to highlight I think many of you know here it is right now from a mental health perspective this is the biggest need we're seeing from our agricultural community we are seen at the highest suicide rates that we've ever seen with our farmers as a practicing cardiologists I know upwards of one third of all heart disease is because from stress mental health challenges and this really does cause coronary artery disease so at the department of health we are doing a time to work not just with traditional access through mental health opportunities from the clinic side but also how we rally around our communities I'm creating different ways to build resilience and different opportunities knowing so much of this is developed again not just on the mental side but with our environment and everything that goes into that so very excited to be I'm a true contributor to this hopeful solution thank.

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Katherine Elizabeth Mccarthy And Florida discussed on Dana Loesch

Dana Loesch

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Katherine Elizabeth Mccarthy And Florida discussed on Dana Loesch

"A former candidate for the Florida legislature knowledge to state investigators that she lied about being a medical doctor who removed seventy seven bullets from thirty two victims of the polls nightclub shooting a state department health report released last week shows Katherine Elizabeth McCarthy told investigators that she knows what she did was

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Ohio Department of Health confirms first measles case since 2017

Joel Riley

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio Department of Health confirms first measles case since 2017

"And this just in from the Ohio department of health the state of Ohio has its first confirmed case of the measles and twenty nineteen state department health confirm this morning an adult from stark county recently traveled to stay with confirmed cases of first confirm measles case here in Ohio since twenty seventeen there was a measles outbreak here in twenty fourteen with three hundred eighty two confirmed cases there again state of Ohio has its first confirmed

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"department health" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"department health" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"U. S. department health Human Services ladies and gentleman today I want to discuss why you can trust the safest asset honor to protect your financial future I'm talking about gold erosion of trust can be seen in virtually every major institution only one in ten people have any confidence in the government or the media and distrust in the financial markets is also growing fast no wonder gold the universal reserve asset is becoming so attractive to everyone from central banks to private individuals from billionaires to blue collar workers coldest earn the financial trust of the world how bout you can you say in gold I trust well I can find out why owning gold is so vital to your financial future now by calling the most trusted name in gold Swiss America at eight hundred two eight nine twenty six forty six eight hundred two eight nine twenty six forty six discover the timeless truth about gold call eight hundred two eight nine twenty six forty six eight hundred two eight nine twenty six forty six trust goal says all radio sensation five sweeping the nation.

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"department health" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"department health" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Way how do i bring on backed rafter contact department health of contact airlines he's a good question i dunno race then we found out there yeah you've got a conflict airlines dares a process in my last question was near a catholic right goes yeah is why do you takers while do kathy's believing cremation goes no but it is possible so i say well talk to the family maybe that's not gin and so they actually cremated am brought him back spread his ashes out over the island of molokai oh uh it was all good oh that's wonderful by that worked out great yeah fortunately did it unfortunately the are okay with no cremation being catholic health i mean um but it's just something that people don't think about final expense exactly you know most people do not look at the possibilities which we know we're all gonna perish at some point another but they don't plan for it that's one thing everyone keeps putting off and that's one of the things that i like to be able to work with each and every individual with is planning your final exit because there are some expenses that comes with it there's things that need to be in order all the way down to the flower detail so those things are some of the areas that we cover with uh the policies are the plans that are offered for final expenses i had a an acquaintance that i knew back in tennessee that had no insurance and unfortunately uh they live the loan and when they perish noone one knew about them until about a week later they were found in their home and drug happen the body was taken in by the state or by the city i should say and uh held for i think the whole the.

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"department health" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"department health" Discussed on KCBS All News

"History in two thousand three michael jackson in his first interviews since the allegations of sexual abuse who young boy bro this week in two thousand six brand he was involved in a car crash the left one woman jeff and that same we get two thousand six james brown another of sold at the age of seventy three after being diagnosed with severe pneumonia you didn't worst drafted nightmare suddenly turns real major breaking news suspicious frankly nightmare stepped into the case timewise san francisco is a three way shot live nightmare on the air with of words i use guy three near atlanta you know all afternoon to give him love is reporting allotted stanford it always year leaders yeah case against the san nine twenty eight first four traffic we are sponsored by the california department health as he was going to miss him a series of new incident coming in the first i to san francisco northbound one oh one in your the vermont eggs that two vehicles involved you know injuries that inning is on the shoulders so there's just exchanging information of course various is an accident fairfield westbound eighty the west texas our fan media ramp is being reported as the at least partially a shutdown if not completely due to the accident again westbound eighty at the west texas off ramp and then was just but the san francisco southbound two eighty allen meany where this accident three vehicles has been cleared out of the right lane first for traffic whenever you're on the road your next update nine thirty eight i'm a traffic leader he cbs.

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