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CVS Health kicks off COVID-19 vaccinations in Virginia

Retirement Key Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

CVS Health kicks off COVID-19 vaccinations in Virginia

"Is now an is option, now an option, but it may not but be it so may not easy be so to easy get to a vaccine get a vaccine there. there. The pharmacy The pharmacy chain gave chain out its gave first out its vaccines. first vaccines. Yesterday, Yesterday, According to According Virginia's to Virginia's vaccine vaccine coordinator, coordinator, Dr Dani Dr Ebola, Dani Ebola, They continued They continued to open up to open new appointments up new appointments on a rolling on basis. a rolling basis. Those who were Those 65 who were 65 over over across across the state the state so so 65 65 over about 26,000 over about 26,000 new doses new doses for weeks. for weeks. If you If pre registered you pre registered with the state with the that state does not that does not put you on put a wait you list on a wait for CBS. list for CBS. It's a separate It's a system. separate system. You won't You be won't able to be pre able register to pre register for a vaccine for a vaccine with your local with your health local department health department this weekend. this weekend. With the exception With the exception of Fairfax of Fairfax County. Those County. systems Those have systems been taken have been down taken down as Virginia as Virginia prepares prepares to launch to a statewide launch a statewide pre registration pre registration system Tuesday system Tuesday at 8 A.m. at 8 A.m. if you already if you already pre registered pre registered with your local with your health local department health department You do not You do need not to pre need register to pre register again with again the state with the state Montgomery Montgomery County's making County's changes making changes to speed to up speed lines, up a lines, covert a covert

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"department public health" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"department public health" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sake also outlined the need to help fund local and state governments. Some Republicans say $360 billion maybe too much in the Biden plan. Sake says the president would welcome GOP input, but the funding there is needed. Lisa. Thanks going all the president's top covert advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci says, feel free to double mask up. There's nothing wrong. With people wearing two masks. I often myself where to man. But, he says at this point, there still isn't enough information to make it a CDC recommendation. Health officials also continue to stress the importance of social distancing with new cases of Cove is still running twice as high as the summer peak. And there is concern that new variants could spur another surge. Even his vaccinations accelerate. Point of contention between some states and teachers unions is whether to vaccinate all teachers before schools can reopen the San Francisco Department public health California Department of Public Health in the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention. All say schools reopen safely. Dennis Herrera is the city attorney in San Francisco, which is now suing its own school district in an effort to force schools. To reopen an hour to the close on Wall Street stocks Turning higher America is listening to Fox News. What do you get? When you talkto Adele Technologies Advisor. You get someone who understands there's.

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Biden likely to delay executive orders on immigration, including a task force to reunite families

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Biden likely to delay executive orders on immigration, including a task force to reunite families

"Its rollout of a string of executive orders on immigration that includes a long awaited announcement of a task force reunite migrant families separated under the Trump administration. This comes from two sources, speaking with NBC News during his presidential presidential campaign campaign bite bite and and ran ran ads ads promising promising to to establish establish a a task task force. force. His His first first day day as as president. president. Sources Sources involved involved in in the the discussions discussions say say they they are are delayed delayed by by at least a few days, but declined to say what is causing it. When the task force is announced. It's expected to be an inter agency effort across the Homeland Security Department, Health and Human Services and State Department, led by President Biden's picked to run DHS. Alejandro my or kiss the Biden administration, moving ahead with

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"department public health" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"department public health" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"I hope you're well today. Good morning. There. I'm doing just done Hope you are as well. We are as well. It's good to hear so well, what's going on it man like these days. Well, we're doing great and staying busy as usual at manner like we're trying to keep everyone engaged with the various activities during this very challenging time, but we're still facing So how are we doing that? Well with a lot of different activities, of course, keep everybody busy. But once the downfalls has been the restrictions on indoor visitation for family members, Yeah, and that's tough on both sides. The resident and the families right now due to the Hall County positively right, We have to go by. We can only allow window visit to some petty of business on our memory care neighborhood where we we do have patio heaters. They're good, but it's still dependent. Yes, still depend on the weather. Of course, the DPH or department public health guidelines that like I said, we have to adhere to states as long as Hall County is about 10%, we cannot have indoor business. The right as of yesterday afternoon was 22.9. So we're a ways from getting back to 10%, which we were at prior to Thanksgiving, but it's gradually coming down. And it picked around Thanksgiving time and has been a has almost 30% for the two week average. And and but and you guys had your vaccinations last week as I recall, so that's certainly some good news anyway. As far as keeping your residents safe. Right, and we have the second round on February the second, we could only hope that the general public is being more careful for one thing, and that the backs that vaccine does have an impact on the number of positive cases. Yeah, and you guys are still doing all the normal protocols as you said, And that means testing your folks to make sure that they are negative and staff as well. So I know that that's going well. Yes, we do that every week. It's a matter of fact. We have our testing clinic today. And we're of course, like you said, still taking the recommended precautions to keep rested, then steps safe and healthy, Okay when, but in the meantime, you're still having MoveOn's I'm guessing and you're still doing virtual visits. We sure are. We have several movements already this month and several of tours that we've given and will continue to do that. Yeah, the best protocols ever to make sure that the folks there safe and while they're they're having a good time in the process, you guys do a great job with that, Uh, folks want to find out more best way to get in touch with manner like Yes. The easiest place just cost 678940, 11 01 and four more information or schedule a tour on or visit our website manner like gaby dot com and, of course policy on Facebook to see all the fun activities we do There you go dream a good to get the good word. Keep those folks safe. I know you will, and we'll look forward to that number coming down when people can get back together again. Absolutely have great day I take she take care of news on the way Next, much like the weather. Your life could change at the drop of a hat. Don't be caught unprepared. This is Sam Cuvee on with Turner Wooden Smith. You don't know what will happen tomorrow. But no matter what happens, you can make sure your loved ones are provided for with a life insurance policy from auto.

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"department public health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:47 min | 9 months ago

"department public health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Moments ago, saying impeachment will make it easier to purge Trump from the Republican Party. The New York Times, citing people familiar with the matter when it reported that the Kentucky Republican is pleased and approves with the Democrats, latest impeachment efforts. They also claim McConnell has told his associates that he believes President Trump has committed impeachable offenses for his role in last week's violence at the Capitol. And again the California Department public Health confirming today that the Greater Sacramento region will be exiting the stay at home order can't come soon enough for supervisor Suck no supervisors who Frost, who was one of the organizers of an open Cal now conference just this past weekend. One thing we learned is that there is some devastating mental, spiritually physical and economic impact from the lockdown. I like to tell people there's more than one way to die than co bit Cove. It's not the only way to die, and so we have to think about the overall health of our communities. We also learned a lot about The economic impact and why the state may not be worried about the economics. Because really, when the economist came on, and we're gonna be posting these panel discussions online, we're breaking down those lectures. And we're gonna have those at reopened Cal now dot com as soon as we can get him on their butt. Economists and the experts and business Dr Justin Adams from Davis and John Cabot check from National Federation of Independent Businesses. What we learned from them is that the economy is coming along and things were going great. The only problem is it's It's the large businesses and online businesses that are doing great. It's the small little guy that's being left behind. A little mom and pop restaurants and small businesses that are deemed non essential that are being shut down that are being left behind. Frost acknowledged keeping people safe is a priority. But she says she's very focused on keeping the free economy afloat as well. There's something really important, kitty that and that probably the biggest reason I got involved in this aside from saving life with American independence. Without capitalism. We can't be free. And so if we kill capitalism, what what will happen? So I think it's really important for us to Think about if you're killing business on one side and drawing down trillions of dollars from the federal government to give to people who can't get hoping their business At some point, someone's gonna have to pay that money back if you cut off revenues, who's going to do that? The money won't keep flowing so I think it's important for us to find treatments on and save lives and also To consider all the impacts of the lockdown and not to mention our Children. There are statistics around the impact on this generation of Children. This isolation is you're gonna have an impact on that generation and being out of school for a year. And again that is Sacramento District four supervisor Sue Frost. And their whole conversation is that kpk dot com The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil and just to reiterate the greater Second region is exiting the stay at home order. So what? That doesn't put us back into the purple tear, obviously still some restrictions, but not his owner, says the state home order. So you can check online for more that, innit? It should post momentarily. All right. 5 51 trap from weather together right now, let's hear from Dana..

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"department public health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"department public health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Special in the squeaky wheel is Elon Musk. California Department Public health, saying its new covert 19 order. These stay at home order does not apply to Tesla employees who are now essential workers. You'll recall yuan must defied state and county health orders and kept their factory running. When they wanted the county, one of them to shut it down to basic operations, But now they're deemed to be essential so that factory will keep working market overall today, lower lower on the week, but less than 1% despite the economic shutdown's going moving across the country as a matter fact, one major banks said today. They believe we will have a negative growth rate in terms of economic rose in the first quarter of next year. I guess that all depends on how quickly a vaccine is distributed. The Fizer vaccine went to the FDA today for emergency authorization use. Out out to 19 and 29 to 63 NASDAQ Down 49 11 8 54, the S and P down 24 points, Gold up 13 and 18 70 to announce And your body will 0.82 Thanks to Kelly there, it's 6 24 at kfbk. Building a better Sacramento KFBK. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil's getting close to the Holidays. Salvation Army gearing up to help raise money for the less fortunate in Sacramento County. They need your help. Captain Emanuel Missing. Go, says the Salvation Army still needs two things to continue. Their good work This season.

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"department public health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"department public health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And conditions apply traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Night, Clear and chili with a low 35 to 39 an abundant amount of sunshine for tomorrow with a high 62 to 66 I'm AccuWeather's Gregory Patrick News 93.1 kfbk. 61 in Sacramento and Roseville has 57 Citrus Heights 57 degrees. Let's get some business and money news. Now it's Kelly Brothers. He's from Genevieve's Burford and brothers. The squeaky wheel gets the grease. The special in the squeaky wheel is Elon Musk. California Department Public health, saying its new covert 19 order. These stay at home order does not apply to Tesla employees who are now essential workers. You'll recall yuan must defied state and county health orders and kept their factory running. When they wanted the county wanted them to shut it down to basic operations. But now they're deemed to be essential so that factory will keep working market overall today, lower lower on the week, but less than 1%. Despite the economic shutdown's going moving across the country as a matter fact one major banks said today they believe we will have a negative growth rate in terms of economic rose in the first quarter of next year. I guess that all depends on how quickly a vaccine is distributed. Fizer vaccine went to the FDA today for emergency authorization. Use doubt out to 19 and 29 to 63 NASDAQ Down 49 11 8 54, the S and P down 24 points. Hold up 13 and 18 70 to announce 10 Year Bond deal 100.82 are thanks to Kelly Brothers Coronavirus. Very latest Corona virus Pandemic KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Experts at Johns Hopkins University speaking today about the impact of the pandemic on the country, Beth.

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"department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A Toyota calm. Good evening. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. President elect Joe Biden, telling a roundtable of health officials today he wants to get a covert relief bill done. NBC's Andy Field has more from Washington, Joe Biden telling health care professionals. He hopes Senate Republicans are blocking covert relief to their cities for only one reason because of their fear of retribution from the president. Hopefully, when he's gone, there'll be more willing to do what they know should be done. President Trump says he won't bail out what he calls Democrats, states and cities that can pay first responders because of the pandemic. Andy FIELD, ABC NEWS Washington Cases of covert have been climbing across the country, the latest numbers out from the Massachusetts Department public Health There were 2700 and 44 newly reported cases in Massachusetts today on just over 97,000 new tests. 47 newly reported deaths in Massachusetts 885 confirmed covert patients in the hospital here. Some Massachusetts schools will be coming back from Thanksgiving to a new testing regime. The details from WBC's Karen Regal. Speaking at the Statehouse, Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley, says 134, Massachusetts schools will be offering the Abbott by next now test which came to the Commonwealth via the federal government by testing students and teachers and getting results within minutes. We will be able to identify infected individuals and their coach, close contacts more quickly and to help stop the spread. Has become increasingly clear that this virus is going to be with us for a while. Even though the news is promising, incredibly optimistic about the vaccines, it is unlikely that it will be ready to be administered to Children during this academic year. This is not a diagnostic test, but rather a preliminary one. Reporting from the Statehouse. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. There are two calling vaccines on the board the FDA could give either it's emergency use authorization, Health and human services Secretary Alex Cesar on the distribution timeline if those vaccines do get approved of December We expect to have about 40 million doses of these two vaccines available for distribution pending FDA authorization enough to vaccinate about 20 million of our most vulnerable Americans. Meantime, the Fizer vaccine team's preparing for mass production. ABC is Jim Ryan says the only real side effect seems to be fatigue. The testing of the new vaccine was conducted on adults and senior citizens. Dr Ashish Joshi, the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, says. To do drug will be used on Children as well. Testing Anything on kids is always tricky, ethically, and you gotta be extra careful about what? We're gonna want to vaccinate kids because we know kids can spread the infection. Certainly to each other and all their kids can spread it to adult. The Fizer beyond Tech partnership that created and tested, the vaccine is ready to start mass production once it has the green light from regulators. Generally in ABC News, 5 33 traffic and weather together. Thies Subaru retailers of the England all wheel drive traffic on the threes What he's seeing now. Mike Layout problems up to the North here, Ben. No surprise, right. It's the upper end of 93. Let's check in with the mob free insurance copter. That this all started as a police chase that was happening on 93 south and down through the Wilmington stretch. They're all off to the right now. They are stopped right before 1, 29 and Wilmington, Foreign State police cruisers along with the vehicle they were chasing. Obviously, the flashing lights is a big curiosity thing, and it's got the South downside of 93 backed up beyond Concord Street. North found folks could see this too, and you're backed up toward commerce Way. Christian Act on the Barbary Insurance copter elsewhere to the north. Things really aren't so bad Rue ones in pretty good shape. The upper end of 1 28. Not so terrible. What's terrible, the expressway South bounds just crawling out of the tunnel all the way down towards the gas tank. Maybe a new problem there. We're looking into that more delays. Ah, Furnace Brook Parkway to the split, In fact, right over to route 24 93 North bound, hung up route 28 Randolph in the Braintree that continues on Route three South Not quite down to Union street, but pretty slow. You get the idea. The mass Turnpike is doing pretty well up through Newton out into Natick and then downtown store. Oh, east is back near the Longfellow Bridge and delays continue like that on the left Right up. Grant. My king WBZ is traffic on.

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"department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"department public health" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mount Greenwood. Always fresh and delicious. We've got Bartoli knees hog wild, two sisters, frozen custard. In Midlothian shoutout to Shadow View Brewing and Woodstock. Fantastic. Wood fired food Dear feel Italian Kitchen on Deerfield Road east of Walkie and an old town Ail house. I'm familiar with the place. Thank you. 773. Very good. The deputy pastry 56 10 west, Sir. 63rd Street That's over By Midway airport, you got Georges restaurants in Algonquin. So many more. Let's see if I can fit a phone here a phone call one more in before we get to the mayor of Orland Park, and then we'll swing back and hear more of the businesses you want to promote. Stacy. You're in Skokie. Go ahead. What's what do you got? What business you want to promote? We have centered restaurant on Touhy Avenue to black west of the Eden. You can order on grubhub door dash on our website Sanders to go dot com. We have breakfast lines. We have a beautiful outdoor heated tent. Um, And we would love to keep seeing everyone. Everyone support me so much. Yeah, I I know it does One more time. Stacy name of the business. Standard restaurant for breakfast, lunch or open from 8 to 3, Everyday Sanders and and that's in Skokie. Yes. Right on to you have in your Sanders in Skokie. Thank you, Stacy. Have a good weekend. Okay. Thank you. Let's get some mayor Peak on. Then we're going to swing back. Take more of your calls. 312981, 72 100, the small business that restaurant whatever it is that you want to promote, We'll be talking about it. But let's talk to Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekka. He's calling in right now. And thank you for the time this afternoon, sir. How you doing? Thank you very much to have, man. I know you're the YouTube channel like all the cool kids and one of the things that you know, but you have very powerful one that is trending today. It has to do with exactly what we're talking about. Right now. It has to do about the restaurant's being shut down, and you're taking a look at the data there locally near you and your sort of scratching your head is that fair? Yeah, I think that's fair. I don't think that these decisions are based off off of data. We all know that cases are going up, but hospitalizations have remained flat. So that's good news. And there's no information that's been released. That suggests that its restaurants that are causing it. Cook County's not sharing it only department. Public health is not sharing it. We stumbled across DuPage County Public Health Department was releasing Information. Film Department Public Healthy Outbreak reporting system So they actually have this data. The Illinois Department public Health those in a new page? I'm looking at it right now in there, Let me just let me just go ahead and summing up because I did take a look at this. You I saw your YouTube video today. Paige Public health into Page County. They break it down by settings of where the outbreaks occurred, and they go through a list. It's a fairly lengthy list of about 20 different locations at the top of the list long term care facilities at 50% nursing homes on additional 14% assisted living 13%. So that's what 50 60 75% in those three things in nursing homes and assisted care. 75% of the outbreaks stem back to those settings into Page County, according to the health data, Then you've got to go down to food production manufacturing. That's 10% workplace is only a 1.2% of the outbreaks. Church 0.9% retail 0.8. All the way down the list here restaurants 0.5% of where they have traced the outbreaks to their into Page County. What would be what? What is your? What is your conclusion when you take a look at that data, and you're putting it out to everybody to digest? So a suburban cook County is not that much different DuPage County so that information it has to be fairly consistent across the county, and if the governor had this information he would share it. It because it would support his decision. If it was 70% restaurants. It would make sense. But when you just point out restaurants are always down a half a percent. Why are we targeting restaurants? Now? You're retarding restaurants. We're saying it's okay to go in there and pull handles for video gaming. But you can't go in there to eat doesn't make any sense. You're obviously hearing from the restaurant towards you. You take this seriously. I know you do. We've talked before. This is that we're not looking a great case Numbers in the state of Illinois. We're not looking at even the death numbers are increasing, and we're seeing that this is you know this is that they're very concerned when you hear from health officials about this reaching a second wave and that more people are going to become infected. As we move indoors. How do you feel about all of that? Well, clearly, this is serious and clearly have to address it. We need to use the data such addresses the right way. And I don't think we've been shown the data toe fully understand where we need to address it. We know for sure. That long term care facilities and assisted living facilities are Places were having massive breakouts over 50% of the best in the state are from those settings, so we know that so we need to come up with something to protect those areas. The other thing, but we know is that I believe Dr Wadi has said Two thirds of the cases are coming from In their homes, so it's people that they know and that that's where they're getting it from there, basically being exposed in their own home, So we're all going inside like you said. So the one thing to be careful of is if you are gonna have larger how holiday gatherings and all that. Make sure if you're not feeling well that you don't go infect your Your friends, neighbors and family members and say, L'm yeah. In fact, the mayor in the 11 o'clock news conference today just said that she reiterated what she said in the past if we saw that restaurants and bars that they were the source of the second surge The city would have acted on that information. The city has not. This is the city of Chicago, not your area, but the city of Chicago. The city has not seen that bars and restaurants are the source of the outbreaks. It's private social gatherings in people's homes. That's from the mayor today, reiterating that And you're You're seeing it there, too. When you look at the public data you're showing. Do you think that I mean, is there any sort of timeline on this? That you know is it is another two weeks. This is extended for the restaurants or or is it sort of indefinite? If we go all the way back to when the shutdowns occurred. Originally, it was supposed to be two weeks and then being what six weeks and then restaurants are closed for another four weeks. On top of that, I have yet to see any data that supports targeting our restaurants in our restaurant owners went through this once. Those that had survived. That probably wouldn't survive a second time. And maybe the governor doesn't understand. You know, he's been a billionaire as entire life. But small businesses operate most small businesses up before your next flooring job may close. Your first stop see the latest styles in our new flooring showroom. 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"department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morning. I'm Don Huff. Here's what's happening. Open 19 cases statewide continue their upward trend. W B C's Carl Stevens takes a look for the third day in a row. The State Department public Health reports more than 1000 new confirmed cases of Copan 19 across the Commonwealth, the number 1216 that's out of more than 20,000 new tests, So that's a positivity rate of a little more than 6% for the second day in a row. There were 17 new deaths reported. The death toll now is 9657. The state has completed investigations of more than 5000 of those covert related deaths and indicate That 98% of those 5000 and 53 people had some kind of underlying condition. Carl Stevens. W. B C. Boston's news radio called classrooms another negative effect of covert 19 as W. B. C. Suzanne Sauce bill tells us many teachers are forced to keep their windows open, so their classrooms get the ventilation. They need to keep students safe code outside and inside. This Sharon schoolteacher who didn't want to be identified, says despite it getting colder and colder, she plans on keeping her windows open until she gets confirmation from the Each fact company that are rooms. Ventilation system works well until my room has been assessed, and I have a report and I have formally requested for my room specifically to be assessed and do not have update on that, and it's not just the cold. That's the problem. When it rained. I did have Tio shut the window near a student who would be getting wet and can't move the desks Obviously. Because they are spaced feet apart, she says. In the meantime, parents have been sending their kids to school with gloves, hats and winter coats. Suzanne Saws Ville W. B Z Boston's News Radio, a Boston man accused in a fire at a ballot box drop off in couple of square during the weekend appears in court. Here's W. B. C's Karen Regal World. Leomont appeared but didn't appear in Boston Municipal Court hiding behind a door, the prosecutor here, says Amon let something on fire and dropped into the belle of box outside Boston Public Library. He also alleged the lighter was found in a month's possession, and that amounts right hand was burned. Earlier, Suffolk DEA Rachel Rollins told reporters are messages were working closely on the federal, state and county level. With chief law enforcement Whether it's US attorney leveling Attorney General Healy or D a Rollins, you will be held.

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Why contact tracing is critical

News, Traffic and Weather

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Why contact tracing is critical

"Public health officials say the growing White House outbreak underscores why contact tracing is so critical Almost Michelle Esteban is digging into our state is doing in that area and spoke with Colonel Kevin McMahon of the National Guard in charge of contact tracing in our state. I talked to the Department of Health when it comes to that contact tracing They say that they have work to do. They're not where they want to be. And it is a massive mission. You have to remember. We've got over 89,000 cases since the pandemic began, and we really should talk about what is contact tracing. Since the onset of the pandemic. Our state Department of Health has led an effort to contact every person has positive in our state with a goal to do that, for 90% of the cases within 24 hours of test results. We're not their recent example. Just last month of department health reach 49% of those cases within 24 hours, and then two weeks later up to 65%. They do expect improvement, and that really is just a fraction of the tracing that's done in our state. The bulk of all the contact tracing is actually done by local health departments. And right now the state still working on how to track that data. From all of the county health department. Contact Tracing can happen when someone test positive that triggers the process. State team members the National Guard, They'll call you the request contact information for all your close contacts. That is someone who was within 6 FT. For 15 minutes or more of you to let them know that they may have been exposed and they should get tested. They're encouraged to stay home or watch for symptoms for 14 days. I'll just remind you that this is all voluntary. The information is private Washington National Guard alone says since May, it has made 16,480 calls. That's just a small sample of those contacted. But it is telling, says the commander who is overseeing the state's part of the mission tells me that there's a need and we've got to continue to press hard in this. We've got to continue to mitigate the overall impact to covet. S so that we can ensure that our state and especially its citizens are healthy and are able to return to their lives. It is why the state secretary of health urging all Washingtonians to answer or call back right away if they are contacted by public health,

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Feds explored possibly charging Portland officials in unrest

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

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 | 1 year ago

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 | 1 year ago

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 | 1 year ago

Trump disputes health officials, sees mass vaccinations soon

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"department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Executives of nine drugmakers likely to produce the first covert 19 vaccines are promising that they'll be safe and effective. The chief executives, including the CEO of Cambridge based Madonna, say they'll maintain the highest ethical and scientific standards and testing and manufacturing of their vaccines. More from CBS's Diane King home. Big Pharma is teaming up, pledging not to see government approval of a covert 19 vaccine until it is deemed safe and effective. Nine CEOs announced their United commitment today in an unusual move among rivals, including Madonna, Visor and Johnson and Johnson. Companies have all been separately racing to come up with a vaccine for the Corona virus, says the FDA has established clear guidance for vaccine development. Therefore, they will only submit a vaccine for approval or emergency use authorization after it has gone through phase three off a clinical study. Morning Iris testing in Boston Laboratory's been stopped after the investigation found more than 300 positive test. There were actually negative. The Massachusetts Department public Health says it started looking at origins lab in the seaport in early August because of an unusually high positivity rate of tests. And testing there was stopped August 8th cheesy TV reports, investigators retested samples at an independent lab and found at least 383 in Massachusetts were erroneously positive. 203 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Trouble spots were added to the West. Panis is in sudden mass Sutton 1 46 North bound, It's locked up a mile and a half. Through sudden. This is a problem with a dump truck that was being towed on a flatbed. It stalled out there was a spill there Anyways. It's a crash cleanup 1 46 north before the Central Turnpike. That's exit seven. You want to be in the far left lane to get through there now elsewhere. Things were pretty good out West with that odor, Reggie for 95, the Mass Turnpike to 90 all in decent shape right now. Delays to the south. No surprise. Route three North is jammed up well over four miles through Plymouth, starting after exit to a past exit three with a new issue there. You're down to one lane. The expressway South. Here we go already Stop and go from the tunnel. And most of the way down to the gas tank is not too bad after that, But you can certainly count on 30 minutes already. 30 minutes, Boston to Braintree. North bound seems to be okay. A little slow coming up through Quincy and East Milton up to the north. Things air. Good 1 28 off to a good start, Route three and 93 north or okay to my king double. BBC's traffic on the three.

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

Pat Walsh

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

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 public health" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Are still out looking. Laura was a Category four when it rolled into Louisiana to am just across the state line with 150 Mile an hour winds and a dangerous storm surge. I tell you the damages everywhere. Businesses, homes, schools business Now, where's Jeff? Flock's out in Lake Charles Roofs off homes, businesses just up and down here between here and Cameron? Small beach town, Louisiana, right on the Gulf. That's where it came ashore. And then all the way up here through Lake Charles, about a half million homes and businesses. Arata Power, Laura still a hurricane as it moves farther inland, President Trouble Goto FEMA headquarters today. Then tonight he'll wrap up the Republican National Convention the day after vice president Pence took the spotlights. Who do you trust to rebuild this economy? Career politician who presided over the slowest economic recovery since the Great Depression. Or a proven leader Joe Biden tweeted the Republican tickets full of fear and division and hate. Another million people filed first time unemployment claims last week. That's now more than 58 million. During this Corona crisis, the CDC is coming under intense criticism for a quiet changed the virus guidelines. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live. The Trump Administration's defending new testing guidance from the CDC Admiral Brett Garrard told The New York Times There is no weight on the scales from President Trump. Or the Health and Human Services Department recommending forgoing testing people who show no symptoms of cove in 19, even if they've been exposed. The CDC says there are exceptions for vulnerable individuals and in areas were state and local health officials advise testing for the virus, Dave America is listening to box, you know three of these radio 1055 w E. R C Alabama power, sending 300 crew members to help out with the effects of Hurricane Laura. American Red Cross has some 700 members going to the to the coast to volunteer it shelters. This volunteer says they've had to make adjustments. Some people afraid of storm shelters due to Corona virus. With Kobe 19 being in the mix now it just means that we have to open more shelters, more shelters with West people in them. Governor Kate I'd be sending for Black Hawk helicopters with members of the Alabama National Guard to assist with search and rescue efforts. In addition, some National Guardsmen from Alabama on the way to Wisconsin there, assisting with quelling violence there from protests and riots. Drive by shooting in Tuscaloosa kills one person It happened last night. Authorities haven't released the victim's name. No word on any arrests. State confirms nearly 1200 New corona virus cases But the Alabama Department public Health says that number was inflated by delay data there. Six more deaths reported and the numbers going down in Alabama hospitals for Coben 19 patients. Next news at 9 30 Glenn Beck in less than two minutes. I mean gene or fell on.

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"department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One child gets sick, the entire school doesn't have to shut down. However, 30 kids in one classroom was a concern during a meeting of the Aurora School board on Tuesday, Who's given that policy that 30 cities in a single classroom is an appropriate number, and they left that up to individual districts to determine what the appropriate protocol in size while Boulder Valley seems More likely to start in the fall. In a hybrid mode. Aurora will continue monitoring cases and possibly determine on August 4th if it will proceed with online in person. Or a hybrid that is Fox 30 one's Michael Kind of pasta reporting talk about a variance, a strip club in Adams County will bring the show closer to patrons after settling with the state on it's precautionary measures K Way News radio's Chuck Clark did the research himself joins us yesterday. No others It's obviously tough to have a Corona virus free lap dance. So the players Club strip joint on Federal Boulevard is making a few changes not back on July 8th, they sued Tri County Health, saying the requirements limited capacity makes it impossible for plaintiffs to earn enough revenue to sustain operations. While players in the college Department public Health determined that other measures the club agreed to are at least as effective as preventing disease transmission, So here we go. Dancers must wear masks at all times in the club. The stages all have plexiglass barriers that go from the ceiling to within two inches of the floor of the stage. The dancers must wipe down the pole on the pole dancing stage after each on, wipe down the floor on each of the stages after the set. Who does that? I guess the low man on the stripper pole intern. Ah, my God. This if I did not If I did not hear this story, I would think No, There's no way this is happening. This is not really this is not legit. Well, I mean, in some places, they're having a drive.

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"department public health" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"In fact, we might be looking at and here here's the optimist in May. Well we might be looking at is I would hope a plateau without hope is a plateau And this brings us to piece of possible good news number one that is that there is a theory that is out there. And it is now being increasingly back by data from of all places sweetbreads within the worst country on Earth. Because Sweden didn't really shut down. They sort of Allowed people to go out. They basically allowed young people to go out, he told other people stay home and they're big mistake was they don't protect nursing homes very early, but they basically follow the same protocols that Florida did without protecting the nursing homes. They said that if you want to go out Where masked socially distance. But life has to go on, and Sweden was heavily criticized for this their their deaths per 1,000,000 or compared unfavorably with places like Norway with places like Denmark that were next door. But Sweden is now seeing an increased number of cases and almost no death. So this has led people to suggest what exactly is going on here. Right? Normally, you would see increased number of cases an increased number of deaths. So what exactly is going on in Sweden? But the data sort of suggests that maybe the herd immunity rate is not 60%. Maybe the herd immunity rate isn't even 40% may be. In fact, the herd immunity rate is like 10 to 20%. Which would explain by the way White New York State is not seeing a vast uptick in number of deaths, even as they reopen is why New Jersey isn't seeing vast optics and death once they reopen. In other words, once this thing runs through your population is pretty much done. I mean, it would be the great hope here, and that's sort of what you're seeing. In Sweden. Now, how could that be? Because normally herd immunity is 60 70 80%. How could it be that herd immunity would be like 10 or 20% or something called T cell immunity. Jim Garrity over at National Review right about this Says. The Guardian. Over in the UK has reported on a state by King's college one and suggesting that after infection fighters, patients could lose their built in immunity to reinfection fairly quickly and then in box there's a guy named clay actually in internal medicine in primary care physician practicing in Washington, DC, who described a 50 year old patient who tested positive suffered effective coronavirus tested negative twice, then tested positive again with more severe symptoms a second time about six weeks later. And there were these worries earlier in the year. But those those words were out South Korea, the South Korean CBC reporter that you might be able to re infected with all of this. But there is a data that came out from this and the data came out from this is that maybe it turns out that this person's immune system these these these secondary sort of infections that that was actually just a reflection of the first infection. Actually, What is happening here is that some people have a pre existing resistance to Corona virus. So as your garrity rights, the body's response to a viral infection utilizes both antibodies and T cells, which may have heard of in the context of cancer treatments. T cells are produced in bone marrow, but get their name because they develop in the finest. T cells are basically the special forces of your immune system split into two groups. The first CD eight Access Navy seals of your immune system They take on infections, My respect, area tumors and God willing, take them all down. The second category of T cells CD for are the support staff performing a variety of duties, including the protection of Saida kinds. Member side kind storms that this is the idea that the body was reacting too fast to covert 19 was actually shutting down systems in the body. Our bodies. Production of T cells slows after puberty and is basically going by age 65 which is one reason why elderly people are more vulnerable to infection. Some new research suggests that bodies were not so great antibody levels can still have effective T cell responses against virus. In other words, you haven't had it before, and you don't actually have to have immunity to virus. Your T cells already are able to fight this thing off. The study found that sorry Cove in 19 specific CD, 80 cells were found in about 70% of recovering patients and 100% of patients had covered to specific CT 40 cells. Importantly, they detected stars covered too reactive CD four plus T cells in 40 to 60% off unexposed individuals suggesting cross reactivity cell recognition between circulating common cold Corona viruses and starts coming to you. In other words, if you had a cold in the last couple of years T cells that may be prepped for this thing, because you're cold is a growing virus. This is also a Corona virus, so it is possible that there is a heavy percentage of the population already has sort of pre existing immunity. Think of all the zombie movies that you've seen where there's a small percentage of the population that was resistant to the zombie plague in there, the big survivors. Well, what if it turns out that half the population already has a preexisting resistance to cover 19. So it's possible that herd immunity is actually a lot closer than a lot of people think. As Jim Garrity suggest it is reasonable to believe that certain neighborhoods and communities that were particularly hard hit in the early stages of this pandemic may have reached her community or something close to it. But we already know that New York there's a good amount of data to suggest that herd immunity may have already been reached in particular areas. What is possible, and this would be the great help that you actually don't have to infect 60 to 70% of the population with covered 19 to achieve something kind of approximating herd immunity, and so you could see here is that as the infection's rise Death rates continue to fall, but they sort of plateau and then they fall because it turns out the number one the people who are now being infected by the people who are more healthy and number two. It may turn out the infection's rise, and then they sort of tail off because they're a bunch of people who just maybe they're asymptomatic because they're t cells are actually strong enough to fight off the infections. That is the good news. The bad news, of course, is that we are seeing New hospitalizations across the country. He's good news in that, and a secondary good news is that the hospitalizations are not lasting as long or having his diary effect. We've learned how to treat this thing a lot better at hospitals. With that said the day after California Governor Gavin Newsom shut down a number of business sectors in the state. The county Department public Health confirmed that there were 4244 new cases and 2100 people currently hospitalized in L. A county. Compared with only about 2600 new covered 19 cases on Monday. Of the 2100 people currently hospitalized in Lee County, 27% of those are confirmed cases in the I. C u 19 are confirmed cases on ventilators..

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"department public health" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I mean, it would be the great hope here, and that's sort of what you're seeing in Sweden. How could that be? Because normally herd immunity is 60 70 80%. How could it be that herd immunity would be like 10 or 20% or something Called T cell immunity. Jim Garrity over at National Review wrote about this. Says. The Guardian over in the UK has reported on a state by King's college London, suggesting that after infection fighters, patients could lose their built in immunity to reinfection fairly quickly and then in box there's a guy named clay actually in internal medicine and primary care physician practicing in Washington, DC, who described a 50 year old patient who tested positive suffered effect of Corona virus tested negative twice, then tested positive again with more severe symptoms a second time about six weeks later. And there were these worries earlier in the year. But those those words were out South Korea, the South Korean CDC reported that you might be able to be re infected with all of this. But there is a data they came out from this and the data came out from this is that maybe it turns out that this person's immune system these these mean the secondary sort of infections that that was actually just a reflection of the first infection. Actually, What is happening here is that some people have a pre existing resistance to Corona virus. So as your garrity rights, the body's response to a viral infection utilizes both antibodies and T cells, which may have heard of in the context of cancer treatments. T cells are produced in bone marrow, but get their name because they develop in the wind. T cells are basically the special forces of your immune system Split into two groups. The first CD eight acts, his Navy seals of your immune system they take on infections, virus, bacteria, tumors and God willing, take them all down the second category of T cells CD for the support staff performing a variety of duties, including the protection of a kind Member of Cider Kind storms that this was the idea that the body was reacting too fast to covert 19. It was actually shutting down systems in the body. Our bodies. Production of T cells slows after puberty and is basically gone by age 65 which is one reason why elderly people are more vulnerable to infection. Well. Some new research suggests that bodies with not so great antibody levels can still have effective T cell responses against the virus. In other words, you haven't had before, and you don't actually have to have immunity to the virus. Your T cells already are able to fight this thing off. The study found that SARS cove in 19 specific CD 80 cells were found in about 70% of recovering patients and 100% of patients. Had covered to specific CT 40 sells importantly, they detected stars covered too reactive CD four plus T cells in 40 to 60% off unexposed individuals suggesting cross reactivity cell recognition between circulating common cold Corona viruses and started coming to you. In other words, if you had a cold in the last couple of years Your T cells That may be prepped for this thing, because you're cold is a corona virus. This is also a Corona virus, so it is possible that there is a heavy percentage of the population already has sort of pre existing immunity. Think of all the zombie movies that you've seen where there's a small percentage of the population that was resistant to the zombie plague, and there, the big survivors Well, what if it turns out that half the population already has a pre existing resistance to covered 19. So it's possible that herd immunity is actually a lot closer than a lot of people think. As Jim Garrity suggests it is reasonable to believe that certain neighborhoods and communities that were particularly hard hit in the early stages of this pandemic may have reached her immunity or something close to it. But we already know that New York there's a good amount of data that suggest that herd immunity may have already been reached in particular areas. What is possible, And this would be the great hope that you actually don't have to infect 60 to 70% of the population with covered 19 to achieve something kind of approximating herd immunity, and so you could see here is that as the infection's rise Death rates continue to fall, but they sort of plateau and then they fall because it turns out the number one the people who are now being infected by the people who are more healthy and number two. It may turn out that the infection's rise and then they sort of tail off because they're a bunch of people who just made their asymptomatic because they're t cells are actually strong enough to fight off the infections. That is the good news. The bad news, of course, is that we are seeing New hospitalizations across the country. Piece of good news in that, and a secondary good news is that the hospitalizations are not lasting as long or having his diary effect. We have learned how to treat this thing a lot better at hospitals. With that said the day after California Governor Gavin Newsom shut down a number of business sectors in the state. The county Department public Health confirmed that there were 4244 new cases and 2100 people currently hospitalized in L. A county. Compared with only about 2600 new covered 19 cases on Monday. Of the 2100 people currently hospitalized in Lee County, 27% of those are confirmed cases in the I. C u 19 are confirmed cases on ventilators. According to American City there are only 766 hospital beds left for the region's 10 million residents. But again, that is that is really sort of an exaggeration of the case. Because again, it's not like there's millions of hospital beds available. There are bullets. That's to say they're only 766 hospital. That's there's flecks capacity. There's ability to send people home who just don't perform elective surgery. On them. Okay, But none of that is great news over in Florida. The virus debts have searched as well. About 132 deaths that the number one state, by the way in terms of death was actually not. Florida was California, California had something like 139 Florida had 132. Question is whether this is still rising or whether this is a plateau. Hey, but another piece of good news, right? So piece of good news number one is looking Sweden. Hamlet is ripping on Sweden. Maybe Sweden is actually showing that we are closer to her immunity then then we think piece of good news number two is that there is some very good news on the vaccine front. Even Dr Anthony Thatcher, who you could say he's very hawkish on covert 19 he says that no matter how you slice it, this is good news. There's an experimental vaccine developed by the and Madonna and keep testing. The vaccine is going to start around July 27th tracking 30,000 people to prove if the shots really work in preventing infections. Tuesday, They announced that they had took it and they've taken 45 volunteers. They give them all a vaccine. All 45 developed antibodies. So this would be obviously a very good news. That does not mean that we're like a month away from the vaccine probably means beginning of next year, but that is good news as well. So what does this mean on a practical level? Well, what it means on a practical level is a couple of things one. It means that we should be optimistic about the next few months, right? It means that we're learning to drink this thing better. It means that there are a couple of things coming down the pike that may change things fairly radically. It means that vaccine could be coming in the near future, which would obviously be very good. Number two. It means that some of the sort of outsized panic that we're seeing over opening schools, for example, seems a bit exaggerated. She always say it seems like some of this is narrative driven is not in immediate danger of being completely overwhelmed The way that New York was. The data. Don't support that data and support the idea. The Houston is going to be overwhelmed by. I see youse right now, or the Florida's gonna be overwhelmed. So be cautious should continue. Be careful. Of course we should. And by the way, we shall get the flu shot when it comes to when it comes to this winter because with hospitals already dealing with covert, having a secondary strain of flu that really harms a lot of people and fills up hospital beds would be a bad thing as well. But Is the is the sort of wild pessimism of the media completely justified. Given the numbers right now, I don't think so again. I'm gonna say wait a couple weeks. Remember, everybody was saying Wait a couple weeks before you start celebrating, and I was like, okay? I'm kind of cautiously optimistic, but okay, wait a couple weeks before you start going into doom and gloom mode. Wait a couple weeks before you go into everyone's going to die mode because the stats don't actually demonstrate that that is that is the case right now. What's going to confound the data, by the way is that you do have renewed lockdowns in certain places in the country, and people are going to attribute any downtick that happens to the renewed lock down. It's going to be very hard hit to make that If it if there's a plateau over the next week or so, like you don't take at least 2 to 3 weeks for us to see that any result of a lot right? Everything is sort of delayed by 2 to 3 weeks because there's a 70 infection period and then it takes 2 to 3 weeks for somebody to die. God forbid, wants the echo of a 19 So if we lock down now, and then there's a decline next week. Don't distribute it to the water. If there's if there's a lock down right now, and then there's a decline three weeks from now, then he could barely think that maybe the lock down has something to do with it. So Bottom line. As I've been saying all along. I wish.

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"department public health" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Dry through the F coming weekend. On your side. That would be heresy for stubborn chief meteorologist. J P. Dies I news radio. What? 05 C right now Fair skies and 94 degrees in Alina at 5 31 The state ads over 1700 positive cases of covert 19 since yesterday. Alabama department Public Health reports more than 58,000 positive test results in Alabama but no word on the number of recoveries. Governor Kay Ivey says with the uptick in cases she's ordering everyone in the state to wear a mask or face covering the mandatory mask. Ordinates goes into effect at five tomorrow and will be in effect through July 31st. Alabama Department of Public Health is testing kids nearly 31,000 under the age of 24 of received testing. Now we've had two young people die in our state and infinite Nitin. Both of them had underlying conditions. Doctors say kids recover well from Copan. 19 APPOINTMENT by Dr Scott Elias, senior fellow for the Hoover Institute, Details Fox News America needs to join other countries who have sent their kids back to school and reported no issues everywhere in the Western world has shown that Children do not transmit significantly to adults, even their own parents. And the teachers are not not at how your risk of getting a disease like this disease from Children either believe the science or not, you can't insist you believe in the science and then act contrary to science. He says schools are essential. Either. Schools are an essential business in this country, or they're not. I don't understand why people don't take into account the severe harms of not having schools. Isn't that what public policy is all about? Toe way? What you're doing, not just stopping covert 19 at all costs. If we start acting out of fear and are an out liar in this country, this country is finished. President Trump travelling to Atlanta today discussing infrastructure projects there before leaving the White House. He was asked about the runoff election win for Tommy Tub or build run for U. S. Senate on the Republican ticket. Very happy that Tommy Upperville won the race. I think he's gonna be a great senator. Way. Don't have a good senator there right now, and Jones. He's not On the job.

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"department public health" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Issued an executive order, requiring insurance companies to cover telemedicine visits Illinois had not previously required coverage for them routine medical needs. Don't stop during a pandemic. So how are doctors handling them Steph whiteside reports. Chronic illness and routine emergencies don't vanish just because there is a public health crisis in order to meet the needs of patients while avoiding exposure to corona virus, many doctors are shifting routine visits to tell Madison phone or video appointments can be useful for things like monitoring medication or tracking vital signs for people with chronic health issues. Dr Paul. Petersen President of the Illinois. State Medical Society says this change is a welcome one for many. Well in Illinois. been a state that has required insurance companies to pay for visits and for telemedicine now with governors executive order, it is being paid for and so. It has taken off and I. Think has really a significant. Benefit for lots of folks. Peterson also reminds people that the availability telemedicine means people don't need to avoid contacting their doctor if they feel even now. There are a variety of ways to call into offices and. Offices your primary care. Physician offices will have some sort of screening process that says Oh, by the way you know I I got a little sore throat and I've got a You know a little bit of a temperature. and I'm a little sick to my stomach. Peterson says he's hopeful. This use of telemedicine will continue even after the pandemic ends. I'm Steph whiteside after someone test positive for Covid. Nineteen Search Begins Public Health nurses get to work finding out who they may have spread the disease to or where they may have caught the infection Mary Hansen has more on contact tracing in Illinois. Heather cake says her job is like trying to solve a big puzzle. Sometimes I wake up in. In the middle of the night and I'll be like. Oh, that wasn't the case after all Katie is an infectious disease nurse with a in County Department of Public Health, her job is piecing together the spread of covid nineteen in an effort to slow it down because you put the dates and the Times ending you start thinking about who had wished symptoms, when and sometimes the person that you thought was the original positive. Probably wasn't. She? Spends her days on the phone. Talking with people infected with a disease and their close family and friends trying to make sure they don't leave their houses and give it to more people and for K. Dyke, it can get frustrating. It seems like half the people I've talked to this week. Had Easter dinner with their family like with grandma and GRANDPA and cousins people who have been in close contact with someone with a positive case need to be quarantined for two weeks. They don't understand that means no, you don't see family as bad as it is hard as it is and sad. You know you need to face up as policy? Makers argue over when to start easing restrictions. The work of contact razors is a crucial part of that discussion. There's a risk of resurgence of the disease pretty much anywhere. We may see cycles or waves of infection, Josh Michel is an infectious disease, epidemiologist and associate director for Global Health Policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation. If you have contact racing testing in place, then you can prevent major hills in in the epidemic curve by keeping a lid on community transmission before it gets out of hand, but there are a few challenges a robust contact tracing system I michaux says. Says goes hand in hand with widespread testing, which is not yet happening in Illinois, even if you have good contact tracing if you've not identified a good portion of the actual cases that are out there, you're only going to make a small dent in that epidemic curve, widespread testing would include people with mild symptoms or no symptoms at all, but Illinois still has limited swabs and lab. Capacity and tests are prioritized for the elderly, those with underlying conditions and healthcare or other frontline workers, and there's another problem. The National Association representing Health Departments says only about twenty. Two hundred people are doing contact tracy now across the country. Is a quite limited number when you match it up against the scale of efforts that need to be done. One study suggests Illinois alone needs nearly four thousand people on the job. Saying County has five contact tracers on staff. After it hired back retired nurses and moved some seasonal workers to full-time gala. Chief of infectious diseases with the county, says despite limited testing. They're doing what they can. We're putting our resources into the cases that we know and there is some good news. havener says before the stay at home order nurses might have to call fifteen people connected to one positive case, most of them are four or five people, so the distancing has made a huge huge dent. Fewer contacts means the less chance. Chance for the disease to spread Governor Jay Pritzker has said tracking will be a key strategy to easing restrictions and suggested Illinois could follow the lead of Massachusetts, hiring thousands of workers. The Illinois Department Public Health did not respond to NPR Illinois's questions about how many tracers are employed now how many more would be needed? And what? The plan is to scale up I'm Mary. 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Wisconsin's positive coronavirus tests down to 4%

Dan O'Donnell

00:17 sec | 1 year 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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Two more COVID-19 deaths reported in Wisconsin

Dan O'Donnell

00:31 sec | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"department public health" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"department public health" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"If we go to standard time. Congress doesn't have to act The state legislature gets to act in do it either way I like West gandules referendum and. I hope that the house will change his mind and again Of House Bill. Six thirty is passed. The nothing actually changes they gotta wait on Congress to do something in Congress is not going to act because Congress is much more you would think Joe Biden and Donald Trump in a moment of unity could get together and say you know what. Let's stop the time change nonsense Ee didn't actually they did it before World War One and then they stopped at after World War Two they brought during World War Two. They brought it back. But it's not something that's been a permanent in this country. We could do away with it again. Some states have gotten away with it and I wish we would get away with it now. Let's just either fall back or spring forward and then stop doing it L. O. And welcome it is Uric Erickson. Here of the era keurigs enjoy across the state of Georgia. The full number. You want to be part of the program. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. That's eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. If you haven't heard the news today it looks like we have our third case of curl virus in Georgia this time in Floyd County and join me by phone from up there at our affiliate W. Arata Tony Mackintosh. He was at the press conference. Tony Welcome Good Morning Eric. Good to be with you. Well listen I thanks for coming on and in second you you were participant in the press conference there. What's the latest on the situation? Well our news director David Crowd was. I was viewing it. We would carry that. Facebook live and was able to take some notes so that I could Have some information for you. But one of the things that we found out Today is There is a possibility according to a doctor of Osceola who is the Director of the Department Public Health in this area district director. This might actually be a false positive. There is a possibility for that because there has been some false positives In recent times so That's one of the things the other things that we found out that both hospitals redmond regional. It's white medical or really amping up their preparedness for this and being able to screen Patients and being able to just kinda take some extra precautions to make sure there's no more spread of any type of infection and First responders are being Better equipped To See and understand you know when someone calls nine one one and someone's got respiratory problem immediately. They think possibly this could be a covert nineteen as and so they take all the precautions they can enter able to do a preliminary screening then contact the Healthcare professionals in the Er that they've got a potential of Patient coming in that might be infected so it was a lot of good information still a lot of questions. Though and that is understandable because Initially this young lady did not have any symptoms did not have any of the criteria. It's just traveling abroad. That have been in other cases so it's still a little bit of a mystery here employed you said because that was going to be my next question is is my understanding from reading the press report and the the press releases is that. They didn't think she needed to be tested. Because she didn't meet any criteria she had not come into contact with anyone known to have it. She hadn't been abroad Which those are the big factors here and now we've got this but yet it may be a false positive which I actually didn't realize that they were getting these false positive tests so I I guess. Good for them to be Cautious but at the same time also really good of the Floyd Medical Center in the the healthcare staff in Floyd County for kind of push the CDC forward on this. Yeah there there's a lot of misinformation out there about that but she was turned away three times and all this but actually when she returned to the hospital on Tuesday the ER doctor Said you know something's just not right here we're going to isolate you. We're GONNA put you mentioned the hospital. At that time they contacted they department of puppets. Hell they ran the chest. They said it and so they were very proactive in that and they've got so then she still did not have any symptoms on meet the criteria of testing. But yet you know a gut feeling there from a very Proactive Er doctor possibly could have saved a lot more grief down the line. The mystery is where did this if it is positive? Where did it come from? How did she contract it? And are there others out there? So this whole virus. This old flu type. Virus Corona virus is still a major mystery and was still trying to figure out again. The patient did and travel outside the country but One thing that we didn't know I that they That she had returned back from a trip to Washington DC. I don't know if there's any kind of a connection on bad or she could have come in contact with someone up there but I just was handed this by US director David crowder Who just returned back and just got that information out there so that may be something else in the place so that kind of breaking news right there were there you go. We'll listen Tony. Thank you very much for stopping by giving us an update on this and then we'll keep our story. I I don't know if you've seen it but a governor camp has put out a tweet saying Just reiterating what you said that. The CECICI is not actually confirmed. The results of the patient and Georgia Department Public Health is asking the expedite the processing. Yeah and until at Confirmation comes back that second test. We're still sitting here. It may happen. It may not may be a case it may be a case so we're not really sure yet all right Tony. Thank you very much for stopping by W RG UP AND ROLL MAR affiliate. They're really appreciate the work they're doing staying on top of the story Their website by the way. If you WANNA get more news you can go to. Their website find out. They're keeping up on this. It is w rg a news dot com. Look at that. Who is that guy's face at the top of the website right now? Why that guy looks like he's got a face for radio. W. R. G. A. W. R. J. News Dot Com is it They've got that story. They're they're keeping up to date There and again governor. Kim has pushed out this tweet Cdc HASN'T CONFIRMED COVERT NINETEEN TEST RESULTS FOR THE PATIENT. Floyd County Department of Health has ask CDC to expedite processing official determination to prevent misinformation. We encourage Georgians to rely on the CDC the Department of Public Health and the governor's Office for guidance. We will continue to update the situation regularly. So we do not have a confirmed case in Rome that is why the update For the Johns Hopkins website has not actually changed. Now we do not have a confirmed case yet in Floyd County in the role area is they are testing it. They've done a preliminary test which was positive but it could be a false positive. And they're they're doing that now if you have any questions for me here about anything today. Four eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four. Let me stay on the North Georgia situation In the Rolm and the the Ham county areas up there in the in the northeast in the North West parts of the state. Those two congressional seats are open and in the northeast corner of the state. The Congressional district is the Ninth Congressional district and in the northwest corner of the State is the fourteenth the Fourteenth Congressional district of the Floyd County. Area is Tom. Graves and in the northeast corner of the state it is Doug Collins and here are the people who have richer. Today's the last day for qualifying four elections George. If you WANNA be on the ballot in Georgia. This is the last day to do it. Let me also pull in the seventh congressional district. The seventh Congressional district is the Gwinnett county part of for Site County area Let me read you here you got rene undermine Markan Savas Caroline Bordeaux is going to be a Democrat rich McCormick Republican the Iranian chairman and Mark Gonzales. Both Republicans Zachary Kenmore Republican Brindell Lopez. Romer Democrat Dan. Wilson Republican Eugene. You Eugene you. Republican Rasheed Maleek Democrat and Lynn Home Ridge Republican in the Ninth Congressional district. This is Doug Collins. He's vacating to run for the Senate. You've got Michael. Bogus Kevin. Tanner Matt Gertler. Maria Strickland Andrew Clyde Paul Brown and Ethan Underwood those are the Republicans. Devon Pandy is the one Democrat. That district is like our plus twenty five. The Democrat does not have a shot and then The Tom Graves. District are plus twenty district. I believe again. The Democrats don't have a shot there and the one. Democrat is qualified for that the rest of Republicans. You've got duh. John Barge been bullet. Kevin Cook Clayton Fuller John Cohen. Bill Him Bree Andy. Gunter met a law Ridge and Marjorie Green or the Republicans and Kevin Van. Ause dull ause Dale is. He's the one Democrat in that race. Whoever wins the Republican primary in the ninth and the fourteenth is going to be a member of Congress? Barring unforeseen issues because that district is so heavily so heavily Republican both of them. It's going to be interesting to see. Now let me get to the phones here. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five Wilton and making. You're going to be next very well. Hi there edible. Real quick couple days ago. You've all story covered pretty extensively about local journalism but basically paraphrase. The death of local term was correct. Yes okay well I I want to submit to you that I think it's a little something else. Okay and To give you an example. I think it's probably a little bit of laziness. And I certainly don't want to hurt anybody's feelings. But let me tell you why I did about a thirty second. Google search and I found out that there's well over three hundred incorporated municipalities in the state of Georgia. Making our town this number three hundred twenty four when it comes to the amount of crime. Now I W- I to me if you're investigating journalist that could probably cover two weeks of the daily expose as to why that's the case but what can be done. Or what are we doing corrected and I just think that? Now you know like you said in your segment you local journalism. Local news is always going to be there. But I would think that you'll we would like to to know exactly what's going on like a hard hitting say like sixty minutes used to be before it got right way it is now you really do some some horny work and ask the hard questions you'll why are we. Why are we this way? What is going on? What's being done to correct it? Instead of you know getting national story. By the time they come out I read them. Twenty four hours previously alarm. Yes well you part of the problem there is is the budging so you know the the local newspaper where we are Had used to have a very large local staff that covered sports local crime local politics around the the middle Georgia area. They are down to a real handful of people. In fact I was looking the other day. for someone to refer a story to and didn't recognize any of the names and I know you've got Joe Kovacs the Macon Telegraph and Liz. Fabian is there and She's doing something with Clapper's journalism and there are a lot of people you know for those. This is this is somewhat of an esoteric conversation Wilton. Thanks very much for the phone call on this but the making the Mercer University is my Alma Mater. They're in middle Georgia. Brilliant University Wonderful people there and they've got this Collaborative Center for Journalism and they've partnered with the local newspaper and there are a whole lot of people are thinking let mercer do more and this is part of the problem in college towns and this this goes beyond mercer whether it's Berry up in Rolm or it's a middle Georgia College Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville whether it's a Georgia southern in Statesboro whether it is mercer in making or Wesley or Middle Georgia or it's Valdosta State Valdosta or you name it. What in what inevitably happens is the colleges and universities become such leaders and economic engines in the community. Let let me just take mercer and make it. Because that's what I'm familiar with But you have conversations with people who are up at Barry and roll or or wherever you hear the same thing It is these colleges and universities that become economic drivers because a lot of people will go to those colleges universities. Get a good education and stay in the local community for example. If you want to dinner Dennis or a dime a dozen Augusta. You know why a dinosaur diamond as.

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

Leo Laporte

04:10 min | 1 year 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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New cases of measles in Cobb County

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:21 sec | 2 years 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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Leave dead birds alone, Fairhaven health official warns

WBZ Midday News

00:33 sec | 2 years 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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Katherine Elizabeth Mccarthy And Florida discussed on Dana Loesch

Dana Loesch

00:19 sec | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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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