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CDC: Delta variant expected to be dominant in US
"Ohio's governor is expressing concern that low vaccination rates in some areas could threaten plans to get back to normal especially for students on a playing field in Columbus Ohio high school coaches and athletes urged students to get vaccinated sunny styles is a nationally ranked safety on the football team for Pickerington Central High School you wanna be that guy though it entity may season the state of Ohio's coronavirus dashboard reports that only about forty seven percent of the population has started on their vaccines in some counties the figures are more like twenty eight or thirty percent governor Mike DeWine says there was a forty three percent bump in vaccination rates attributed to the backs a million promotion in may but that those numbers have tapered off the weeks after that have not been a spectacular certainly at all he's concerned about pockets of the state with lower vaccination rates it threatens their ability to have school without interruptions I'm Jennifer king
The Latest: Alabama governor signs ‘vaccine passport’ ban
"States are ramping up promotions to get vaccinated first in New York there was VAX and scratch you get vaccinated you'll get a lottery scratch ticket that's not all I shop in the park New York governor Andrew Cuomo was offering an incentive leading up to the Memorial Day weekend if you get a vaccine this week anytime this week you will get a two day family pass to any state court in Ohio it's almost time for the first backs a million lottery drawing two million seven hundred and fifty eight thousand four hundred and seventy Ohioans have registered for the one million dollar drawing governor Mike DeWine says winners can also choose a full ride scholarship to a four year university in Ohio I'm at Donahue
Ohio governor unrolls $1M lottery prizes to urge vaccination
"Ohio's governor put some cash in scholarships behind a push to get more people vaccinated Ohio governor Mike DeWine is working to get more people back senator before the state's mask mandate and most other corona virus related orders end June second the wind is touting new lottery games in his state first there's a million dollar drawing every Wednesday for five weeks starting may twenty sixth there's no cash outlay each player simply has to be an adult who is have at least one vaccine dose there's another game this one for vaccinated Ohio teens under eighteen and the five prizes are full ride for your scholarships to a state public university the governor admits it's a crazy idea and possibly waste of money but he adds the real ways when the vaccine is now readily available is a life lost to Copa ninety I'm timid wire
"dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"DeWine saying this just a little bit ago during a presser. I like that. He did what we predicted 45 minutes before his press conference. We did predict that and then I also want to hear Josh, You said we're all in the hallway and I wasn't able to listen. But if you go, he said exactly what you were saying. When he went on, and it was just as I predicted it and he said We set a goal. We've We're getting clear. We've got made such great progress. We're seeing their numbers go down. Kind of how you laid out the case that that's why he's he said. But I didn't exactly Yeah. So just cut bait. Pretty much what you said. I mean, he said he was gonna tell all of our progress to set up. Why? That we're getting that reward. I'm getting inundated with calls here about this vaccine. Millions. The vaccine million and so so it's a million dollars. If you're vaccinated. You can. You can register for this over the syriza of over the course of five weeks, they're gonna give away a million dollars each week total of five million tax money by the way. Well, governor will explain where the money is coming from. Oh, it isn't tax money. Okay, well, no it I mean, it is round about, But, you know, I think Let's let in his own words school. Let's talk about adults two weeks from tonight. On May 26. We'll announce the winner of a separate drawing for adults, adults who have received at least their first dose of the vaccine. This announcement will occur each Wednesday for five weeks, and the winner each Wednesday will receive $1 million. The cool names for the Ohio vaccine. Million drawing will be derived from the Ohio secretary of state's publicly available voter registration database. Further, we will make available Web page for people to sign up for the drawings. If you're not in a database that we're using the Ohio Department health would be the sponsoring agency for the drawings in the Ohio Lottery. Will conduct them. The money will come from existing federal Corona Corona virus Relief funds. I want to know something right now. How is this legal? How can he legally discriminate against those of us who choose not to be vaccinated? How is this going to stand up? How How is this even possible? I have so many questions that I want answers, too. Yeah, there a lot of people who will not be qualified for this. So we'll open the legacy retirement group dot com phone lines and get your thoughts. Dana, Tell me yours. Thank you for waiting. Well, I welcome it. I'm going to enter it and also for the kids. I went with him for the kids also, um, because I think it's a good thing off. I mean, if you choose doing to get your vaccine that is up to you. But I'm glad he's putting others incentive to do to you this and second as far as it comes to Rate Germans Are you seeing running for Governor? Hell, he couldn't even big Browns. And how is he going to be the line? Well s so you're saying And I'm glad you brought that up date because I was gonna ask you. How will you be voting Will you be voting for for the wine? Um You know, I don't know. Okay, Jim, you may know it may have seen just reminded me about swamp person. That's why the part of the swamp that was in the Washington mark. I don't know if I trust that man. OK, Thanks, Dan. I appreciate it. I could tell you. I don't trust the wine. I'm just going to say it. I don't e mean based on the way that all of this way I was I got the wool pulled over my eyes, man. I really did. I'm not trying to be in a hole, but I did. Here's the governor on personal responsibility. Mark personal responsibility. This is powerful. This is real world evidence from our Buckeye state that vaccinations do in fact save lives. Each person now has access to a mighty weapon that they can use to get 100% protection. It's now up to each Ohio citizen, whether to use it or not. There comes a time. Individual responsibility simply Much takeover. Just there's just no Yeah, he's trying to be dramatic. The drama the delivery. It's not working for him. There's a time when personal responsibility must take over. You mean from the time you're able to be responsible. Even Children and personally responsible back to the legacy. Retirement group. Com phone lines. Hey, Tom. Welcome to the show. What are your thoughts on all of this? Um When he talked about personal responsibility. Within context of you have three weeks now to get vaccinated or it's on you. That's what he meant, and I'm all for pushing the vaccines. Why we think you've listened to the truck driver story. My wife's in Oran, supervisor nursing home in Franklin County. They were on a war footing for eight months. They did a great job and the mill in November, a month before the vaccine rollout, they got slammed. 11. People were dead in two weeks, three at the most active people on assisted living. Okay, the only reason that happened because of the cumulative, selfish and Stupid that was in our society and you people need to get vaccinated. You said you wanted getting pigs. It's the nursing homes. It's worked. There hasn't been one cluster spread in the state of Ohio. This year. That should be enough evidence. And this isn't a fake virus. Do you think what's going on in Indians take? Uh, no. I think you know at this point what we're seeing from India. We could be seeing 400,000 like the reporting. Or it could be less than that, Tom. I'm just saying, I don't trust and it's Hey, look, this is all self inflicted from the mainstream media man, and I 100% stand behind anything that I'm saying What that Assed fara safety. We're still talking about a virus that had a very high survival rate. Very, very high. I don't know what it's that right now about 90. Yes, it is. Yes, it is a million. We shut down and we still got a half a million. And that's an undercount. Okay about it 10 times under half a million And you're saying in the state in the United States? Correct 558,000. Is that what you're saying? They said that they'd be three or four million dead from this in a year if we don't shut down We did, And we still got a half a million. Yeah, well, OK, So then what happened? What happened to the three or four million? They predicted sat down. We know we didn't work to something. We did not know We did not. We didn't come the number we, Tom, listen to me, Tom. The numbers don't match up, brother. I'm sorry. They don't match up to Max. They don't look at your own numbers. Yes. You guys have been picturing a little boy for the past year. And you're very Trump would still be in the White House. And he had been a man about this virus. Well, I disagree completely with you, Tom. I disagree completely with you. 100%. I disagree. This has a high survival rate does it not Tom? Tom doesn't have a high survival rate. Is it in the 99% survival rate? Is it? Yes or no? No, it's pointy toe 1.2. They're not sure yet. It ain't done with us yet. No, no, The survival rate their survival rate If you if you contract it people that it's reached its 0.8 to 1.2 OK, but it has the survival rate is in the 99 or 98 percentile that it's reached its high right that it hasn't got it. They're saying they don't even know how many people it's reached at this point. But they said they don't even know how many people don't know how many more. That's gonna write more dangerous. That's gonna get it right, And they don't even know So if they don't even know then how can you actually even make an assumption on that If you don't even really know that the normal they're saying it's higher than what they predicted cast in some countries where the serology testing has been good. It's been pointed to 1.2. Okay, people, Dad in my life nursing home. That's that's a person. Okay, But how old are those people? Tom? How old are those people? How? What about the fact people with diabetes? Too bad about it for them, too. Okay, So how many? How old were those people? You've got to tell me. How old were those people? Many people Okay to the three of the ones who died were the miss active in assisted living. How old were they were asymptomatic, but you had seven years that we're dead. Tom, How old are they? Down on the ages? With the variance E mean, you're all you're doing is spewing what the mainstream media is putting out there. No, I'm spewing that 90% of the credible doctors. Now you're stealing garbage from Trump. That's all you're spewing. Now it comes out here we go. Finally, Tom..
Gov. DeWine Talks About Police Reform Bill
"The governor of Ohio is talking about proposals and his state to reform policing. We have a bill in front of state Legislature that we presented that calls for a lot more police training on CBS's face The Nation Republican Mike DeWine mention getting body cameras on all police officers also noted looking into a state licensing board for police officers similar to what is in place for doctors for lawyers. Wind believes there are many proposals that Democrats or Republicans can get behind the change policing as it is known in Ohio and across the
Protesters March for the Second Day in Columbus
"Hundreds of people marching in Columbus, Ohio, over Tuesday's fatal police shooting of a teenage girl body camera video showing the officer fired to stop the girl from stabbing another teen Ohio congressman Jim Jordan, who's from Columbus, telling Fox's Hannity. This is a tough situation, but I don't know what else this officer could have done. There'll be an investigation and we'll see what What happens there, Ohio's governor Mike DeWine, says he'll said state lawmakers of police reform bill within days, America
Gov. Mike DeWine says Ohio is on track to have COVID-19 vaccine available to every adult by May 1
"Ohio is on track to meet the covert 19 vaccine goal set by President Joe Biden during a live address to the nation. Last week, Biden challenged all states to make the vaccine available to everyone by May, 1st. Dwyane said Ohio is well on its way to making sure that every adult in the state who wants to get vaccinated is going to get it in, possibly even before the president's proposed deadline. Nearly one in five state residents are vaccinated or they're planning to get vaccinated. According to the Ohio Department of Health 2,364,861. People in the state have already taken steps to get vaccinated. That number is just above 20% of the state's population. The
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tours Cincinnati vaccination site
"Toward a vaccination site in Cincinnati Friday. I think if there's one word to describe what people tell us, it's relief. They're happy. President
Workers worry about safety, stress as states ease mask rules
"The number of deaths in newly confirmed cases of covert nineteen have fallen considerably from their January peaks are still running at high levels putting a spotlight on states like Texas and Mississippi that are lifting health orders aimed at stemming the virus's spread we're on a path White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff designs on NBC's meet the press people do need to meet the president's challenge of masking up people do need to take the vaccine when it's their turn we need to stay on this path and beat this pandemic health experts tracking new virus variants warn that lifting restrictions like mask mandates too soon could lead to another lethal wave of infections appearing on ABC's this week Ohio governor Mike DeWine puts it this way you know with the backseat we're now on the offense that's the great thing but in Ohio we can't give up the defense we have found that these mass work exceedingly well one says Ohio needs to make more progress before lifting health orders we're still at a you know a fairly high level word a hundred seventy nine cases for a hundred thousand for two weeks Ohio's goal is to get case numbers down to fifty per one hundred thousand meanwhile Mississippi which is eliminating mask requirements seating limits in restaurants and most other restrictions has seen its rate of positive covert tests increase along with deaths I'm Ben Thomas
Governors lift COVID-19 restrictions despite risks of new spike
"More states are lifting coronavirus restrictions in Arizona Governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants, gyms and other businesses. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is telling. Baseball fans come back to the ballpark for a start with the Indians and 30% capacity the Cincinnati Reds as well. Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to reopen the numbers air going in all the right direction, he says. Texas is a completely different situation. It is safe. Open up, 100%, CDC director, Dr Rochelle Walensky says Now is not the time to do this. Current numbers remain concerned cases and deaths are still too high and have now plateaus for more than a week, Wilensky says. When prevention is rolled back cases go up. I'm
Texas and other states ease COVID-19 rules despite warnings
"Or lifting their coronavirus restrictions as we hear from Ed Donahue in Arizona Governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants, gyms and other businesses. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is telling. Baseball fans come back to the ballpark to start with the Indians of 30% capacity, the Cincinnati Reds as well. Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to reopen the numbers air going in all the right direction, he says. Texas is a completely different situation. It is safe to open up, 100%, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says. Now is not the time to do this. Current numbers remain concerned cases and deaths are still too high. Have now plateaus for more than a week, Wolinsky says. When prevention is rolled back cases go up. I'm Ed
The Latest: Study finds masks, dining rules help curb spread
"More states are lifting coronavirus restrictions in Arizona governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants gyms and other businesses Ohio governor Mike DeWine is telling baseball fans come back to the ballpark or a start with the Indians at thirty percent capacity but Cincinnati Reds as well Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to re open the numbers are going in all the right direction he says Texas is a completely different situation it is safe to open up one hundred percent CDC director Dr Richelle Wilensky says now is not the time to do this the current numbers remain cases and deaths are still too high and has now plateaued for more than a week Wilensky says when prevention is roll back cases go up I'm a Donahue
U.S. life expectancy plunged a full year as pandemic took hold
"Life expectancy. This is the 8 30 report. I'm Matt Reese breaking now. It is the biggest drop since World War two Federal government reports tonight that in the first half of last year, the average life span in our country fell from nearly 79 years of age down to about 78. It's the loss of a full year between 1920, 19 and 2020 because of the Corona virus. The federal government reported that in first half of 2020, the average life span fell by AH, hole. Year. Ohio governor and DeWine,
Ohio Among Top States for Long-Term Care COVID Vaccine
"The state of ohio at the head of the pack when it comes to getting the kovac nineteen vaccine into long care facilities. According to data by state updated yesterday. Ohio has administered the fifth highest number of doses nationally through the cdc's pharmacy partnership for long term. Care program that federal initiative is wrapping up. But there's still a need says. Peter van winkle who heads the ohio healthcare association. There are new people who come into facilities all the time. Their new admissions their new staff members that are hired and we need to have a mechanism for those folks to get actually governor. Mike dewine is expected to release additional information this week about a new maintenance vaccination program that picks up the providers complete the federal program cova cases in the states nursing homes have fallen more than seventy seven percent since november which governor says is a testament to the states aggressive vaccination efforts in long term care facilities. Mary sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest funded in part by the george gone foundation. Ohio has administered more than three hundred sixteen thousand covid nineteen vaccine doses in long term care facilities and more than ninety five. Thousand residents of workers have received a second dose.
"dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"DeWine is now saying there is a possibility that school district's that don't re open by March. 1st may not be able to finish vaccinating their teachers and staff Governor Mike DeWine said on Friday. Some schools in Ohio we're going back on their commitment. Get students back into the classroom by March, 1st and in return Teachers and staff with start getting vaccinated against Koba 19 this month, he said, there are reports Cleveland City schools might not start March 1st and he did speak to CEO Eric Gordon. My question to him was Are we to stop the vaccination? Could we stop the vaccination, so we talked the wind, said Gordon during the call, committed to doing everything in his power to get students back into the classroom at CCS by March 1st I'm Sean Gallagher just over 3300 new cases of covert 19 are being reported in Ohio. That brings the statewide total since the pandemic began to over 934,700. Yesterday's death toll numbers were inflated as the state is catching up by adding and 4000 cases that didn't get reported late last year. Cleveland Clinic says data shows Zinc and vitamin C are not effective covert 19 treatments, According to that study, the supplements don't decrease the severity or duration of the respiratory illness. Significantly. Our clinical trial looked at more than 200 covert patients last year. Body of a missing elderly woman's been pulled from the Great Miami River and Hamilton. Authorities say 70 year old film A Blackwood was reported missing Thursday after she walked away from home her body found in the water about a mile away their death under investigation. Catholic diocese. The Cleveland, which covers eight counties is changing up how ash Wednesday will be honored next week. Instead of marking people's heads with a cross or individual blessings. The blessing will be said once ashes will then be sprinkled to avoid physical contact. I'm Tom Moore. I've been local. The latest views reflect at the top and bottom of the hour said Want this campaign to get information of people use radio 6 10 w T V. N. We're living in a time like no other all doctors to the E R. That's why we have to rely on each other and those on the front lines..
Ohio reports 2,086 new COVID-19 cases
"DeWine during his news briefing this afternoon, latest coronavirus numbers for the state new cases in the past day, well below the three week average about 2800 and the number of deaths at 71 for the last 24 hours.
Fired Ohio cop charged with murder in Andre Hill shooting
"Police officer Adam Quoi has been charged with murder in the shooting death of Andre Hill, Hill's family attorney, Ben Crump said today they want justice for Andre and Governor Mike DeWine offered condolences to Hill's family and said with this indictment, it's a sign that Ohio's justice system is working. I have great faith in our criminal justice system. And grand jury makes a decision You know the system is is, in fact working someone has indicted. You have to presume everyone's innocent until they go the full trial and that's what we all have to do. But you know the system is working. Boy was arrested Wednesday. He will be in court on Friday. His attorneys say he plans to plead not guilty.
Fired Ohio cop charged with murder in Andre Hill shooting
"Adam Quoi has been charged with murder in the shooting death of Andre Hill, Hill's family attorney, Ben Crump said today they want justice for Andre and Governor Mike DeWine offered condolences to Hill's family and said with this indictment, it's a sign that Ohio's justice system is working. I have great faith in our criminal justice system. And grand jury makes a decision You know the system is is, in fact working someone has indicted. You have to presume everyone's innocent until they go the full trial and that's what we all have to do. But you know the system is working. Boy was arrested Wednesday. He will be in court on Friday. His attorneys say he plans to plead not guilty. Former Ohio
Oregon FBI launches command post for possible weekend unrest
"States are lending National Guard troops to Washington and preparing for our protest at their own state houses as National Guard troops sleep on the floor of the capitol in Washington DC other states are preparing for possible unrest all fifty capitals in this country or potentially under attack Virginia governor Ralph Northam another officials say they're prepared if you're planning to come here are up to Washington with ill intent in your heart you need to turn around right now and go home the FBI is setting up a command post in Portland Oregon which has been a hotbed for demonstrations in Ohio governor Mike DeWine is closing the state house starting on Sunday and calling in the Ohio National Guard to backup law enforcement in Columbus violence will not be tolerated I'm Jennifer king
Large Numbers Of Health Care And Frontline Workers Are Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine
"Large numbers of health care and frontline workers are refusing the covert 19 vaccines. We saw Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Couple days ago say that he estimated that approximately 60% of nursing home staff statewide had declined These vaccines at this point for one reason or another doctor. Joseph Varun, who's the chief of critical care at Houston's United Memorial Medical Center, the biggest hospital in the Houston area, told NPR in December that more than half of the nurses in his unit informed him they would not get the vaccine. And to me and and again. I know that I'm on the outside looking in on this. I don't dictate policy. I don't have all the details and everything. But I will get this and I say, great. You don't want to get it. Keep the line moving. Let's go down the list and whoever is next on the list, get them in, Get the shots in the arms and let's get things moving. That's kind of where I stand. That was my takeaway, too. When I read this this morning first, a bit of Ah, stunt. I was a bit stunned by this. I just didn't anticipate that we would see these heavy of percentages of people. Resistant to the idea of getting a vaccine 55% of New York firefighters I believe were mentioned as well. That would not want to get the vaccine to me. That is. I just can't get over that why people would not want to go out there and get the vaccine. But then my takeaway was. Hey, this is America. It's a free country if you want to do that. Good luck to you and signed me up for a move my grandmother up, whatever Whatever The case may be, you know the couple ideas or thoughts that I hear mentioned out there in terms of reasoning for why someone would not want to get the vaccine. Lack of transparency and no faith in the government were sort of the things that I heard tossed around there. Certainly the issue of minorities and just being abused by the health care system. Historically, they reference the the What was That, uh, that tight stg CD, Um, syphilis study, which I read up on this morning, which was just absolutely terrifying if you revisit that, But those were some of the ideas out there any other that I'm missing, Chuck. I think those were the big ones. And you know, I've got a number of people. I know that you know, doctors or nurses or, you know, work in the hospital system, And it's not necessarily that all of the people that are saying no right now or a permanent. No, like they've talked to a number of people are saying, Look, I just don't want it right now. I want to see a little bit more time, which What if that's what you want to do? That's fine, but I guess what I come back to is if we go through all of the doctors, nurses and people in the health care system and you know a bunch of people say no. We're not waiting around for them to say yes. Get the needles to the next people. You know, my my parents are in their seventies. They're ready to go. Great. Line them up. Put rifles in their arms. Right, Let's let's get things moving here. You know, it's it can't be. Hey, we need to wait for everyone in this group. No. If they say they don't want it great. Bump him outta line, move the next person up and get the needles
"dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Doing something and continue to destroy the local Economy. Course. Mike DeWine, of course this week. Governor DeWine, Napoleon DeWine. Who has to stand on a boxer tippy toes to just see over the lecture. That'll be fun to watch said the curfew was the way the best way right now for Ohio to stop the spread as bill is in The Ohio House right now to severely limit his powers to close businesses down my constitutional rights. Do not start Stop where your fear starts. Idiots! News Now it's 700 wlw. And weather news radio 700 WLW Cincinnati Stress hospitals, exponential spread and warnings for the holiday with the two o'clock report. I'm Jack Crumley breaking now family gatherings, getting good with friends. All these things in part the pandemic. People love the opportunity to change things. That scene is near. We have a ways to go before it gets here. That is Dr Thomas Lamar with Christ Hospital's speaking alongside Ohio Governor Mike DeWine at London Airport yesterday as the governor traveled around the state to talk about the spread of coronavirus in specific parts of Ohio County is Adams County Close to 900. So what that means is it's nine. It's nine times. The Hi instant level. The CDC has CDC. Hi instant levels, 100. So Adam's County be nine times. Thanksgiving is.
"dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Breaking up to buy sorry about that. Appreciate you calling. I don't live with us. Forget to news Is that Mike DeWine? You know he's got, you know, he's the governor looking guy. Do something. You're the governor. What, really kidney force you to not hang out together? I mean, you can put it put the clamps down on businesses. But that's not working. Otherwise, we wouldn't have this ridiculous policy and Do you want him to simply admit and say, Look, People are going to have to die. You know, You may die. A loved 1 may die. You're gonna die. That's that. That's not really an electable. Strange, So yeah, that's what we have is. We have science and we have disease. All these things, meeting politics, and we always Americans. Maybe not all of us, but a lot of Americans. Look for our elected officials had to have an answer. We need an answer. If you're an authority figure, you gotta have an answer right away. What's your solution? What's your Is that what we demand? That's how the cycle works, right? And for this, there is no answer. We don't have a cure. We don't have a solution for this and we go through these machinations of appearing to say OK, this is this is the protocols. What we needed it when? In fact we're doing everything we can And at some point folks are going, all right. I'm exhausted. You know if I get in, no one says Yeah, I'll get the code, but I'm fine. Karen Johnson's boyfriend, great example. You most died from this a young guy, healthy guy, and you don't know. On. That's what governor the ones trying to avoid. But it's almost to the point now where it's like, OK, well, we told you just go kill yourself. Is that what we want the governor to do? Let me get a quick time out in more of this in just a few minutes to as well identified. Join us with three things just ahead with floating on $700. Nobody news, traffic and weather news radio 700 wlw Cincinnati Getting some pushback to Ohio's new curfew with the 10 o'clock report. Rick you Chino breaking.
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"dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And I brought this up to the Nino but the and one thing as a politician Mike DeWine is an excellent person and he's a wonderful politician if his approval ratings every day he did polling to see where he was if his approval ratings are in the Crapper it would not happen because you accepted home car serration without knowing what the facts were that's the reason I continued and that's the reason the doctor Amy Acton is let go even now Mike DeWine is saying Amy Acton enough is enough we got to get back to work and and the victory all addressed her way was based upon our actions not upon her gender John Houston I'm told hasn't spoken to her in weeks because John used to the V. P. the military governor was go back to work we sat there and waited every day at two o'clock with bated breath to say hall what what which of my liberties and freedoms guaranteed by the constitution will you give me back the triumvirate what can you give me back please let me get my hair cut let me get my nails done please let me go play golf and tennis can my child graduate from high school the fourth grader the eighth grader college do we have the right to do any of those things the answer came back No can I go to the funerals of loved ones no you can't can my daughter can my son can I get married no the answer is no you can't can I go see my dying grandmother in a nursing home dying in the dark alone with two stock down her throat Mike DeWine said now you can't do that either and we sat there okay we can't do that please please please tell me which of my precious rights that American soldiers fought and died for all over the globe I can get back today at two o'clock at two o'clock today I find out if I'm an American with rights and on the other side with all the protests going on marching around screaming hollering and shouting the same thing is happening but in a different way look at it this way and the good old days that meant that you would have debates about the great issues that confronting confound the American people left center and right we would have point counterpoint I will here's the issue what do you say now what do you say and then from the clash of ideas each of us would pick which ones we found most acceptable but that didn't work anymore done work in this is how Mike DeWine is like black lives matter you know John you said is similar to the argument made by the protesters on found square they demand censure and silence on the basis of an emotional harm the expression of certain viewpoints will cost and so we don't have a a clash of ideas what we have today with your black lives matter or Mike DeWine except what we say know your role and shut your mouth Mike DeWine ought to go to the legislature and make the argument have the debate but none of that happened he shut down the legislature and refused to follow court orders and just made it up as you want the more he was sued the next day things would change so it was censure on the basis of black lives matter for the emotional harm the expression of a view point would cost with Mike DeWine expression of a view point meant you win if you go to court we got a suit the end date which is either black lives matter or Mike DeWine sees language as oppressive that is very utterance must be suppressed shut up do what I tell you you don't have rights you don't have the first amendment you don't have the Fourteenth Amendment you don't have due process take away your business eliminating bankrupt you and shut up now films text speeches statues monuments the name Marge Schott analyzed to find out the history and find the hidden forms of oppression that lie within the words of Marge Schott expressed twenty years ago you know it's hard not to understand that the word play warriors seek the thrill of being offended and I by going into the suburbs they're waiting for an offense to occur tonight or last night in blue Asher for Thomas or Montgomery or mount lookout or Oakley we want to be offended the rules are you can't March in the streets you can't walk down Madison Madison road you can't do that without a permit some groups just take it upon themselves **** nilly to violate the law on a regular basis and if anyone approaches them you will be silenced and shut up whether by a business owner a Mike DeWine or someone disagreeing with their bare restart at Starbucks during a black lives matter signs there's no debate you will submit yourself did it sort of the state or the authority of black lives matter and god help you in your business if you disagree we're coming for you next the judge's rule and the governor Norse I'm watching these huge protest by their nature they violate the law because they're shutting down public spaces walking up Vine Street in the middle of the day the middle of the night well legally you can't do that it's called trespass but we ignore that and if you bring that up shut up if you disagree with my two one that I had a business that I built and I have due process rights to stay open he will shut you down and take your license plate number in Kentucky and hunt you down after Easter morning Christian services you look toward government to give you permission to go to school to go to church to open up your business to go to a funeral or to get married the government tells you how where when and why and I would anticipate Tuesday two o'clock all of us will saddle up to the radio and the TV sets once again and see which of our rights governor DeWine will allow you to exercise if you fail to do it the wrong way you will be punished black lives matter tells you which expressions are permitted and which ones are not if we can't find enough present problems to feel outrage we'll go back in time historically all the way back to the civil war and find reasons to be oppressed and the media access if it's normal let's continue with more coming up next as mark Meckler feel similar layers I doing some of these issues and more also later on as Chris Finney talk about another success during the governor but as David Yost the Attorney General said yesterday well the courts are open let's go ahead and get your rights back just to get your rights back let's continue with more one fifty.
"dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"Today governor Mike DeWine addressed the need for all of Ohio's police officers to be certified by the state's collaborative community police advisory board the board was created to implement uniformity mom standards for law enforcement agencies in Ohio regarding use of force and hiring but the governor says not enough police departments are complying as of today seventy nine percent Ohio's law enforcement officers work for an agency that has voluntarily comply side with the standards or is in the process of getting certification however the number of these certified agencies only make up a little more than half of all of Ohio's department server eight hundred departments more than four hundred of those agencies in the state have not chosen to pursue certification showing that they meet these minimum standards he says he has directed the department of criminal justices services to reach out to those roughly four hundred departments to help them get certified in any way that they can the list of departments who are Ian compliance can be founded public safety DOT Ohio dot gov owners of eight Ohio restaurants have filed suit now against the governor and the state health director Dr Amy Acton and they claim that the rules of operation for restaurants post pandemic are vague and unconstitutional their attorney Tim Connick was asked what about a settlement like the owners of the gyms that were they received in a similar lawsuit we would welcome the state to give me a call and and see if we can negotiate a similar settlement that that would you know obviously be most beneficial to my clients I've not received a phone call yet I don't know that I will but if I do we certainly will talk to them about that he says as for the vagueness of the rules he gives examples of making sure that restaurant customers remain seated at all times but the rules are too vague for when those customers for instance can even get up to go to the bathroom will there be kneeling during the national anthem before U. S. soccer games the United States soccer federation will hold a special board meeting today to discuss a call from the U. S. women's national team to change its policy that prohibits players from kneeling during the playing of the national anthem prior to games in a statement released last night the Players Association wrote we believe the federation should immediately repeal the anthem policy published a statement acknowledging the policy was wrong when it was adopted and issue an apology to our black players and supporters the federation should lay out its plans on how what will now support the message and movement that it tried to silence for years ago they added this is everybody's responsibility including this union and its members we could and should have done more in the past black lives matter again the soccer federation meets today to discuss this Jared Max fox news mask maker three M. is filing more lawsuits to keep price scouters from profiting on sales of their N. ninety five face masks during the covert nineteen pandemic three M. took legal action against Ohio based preventative wellness consultants LLC the number of lawsuits now that three M. is filed since January in an attempt to control price gouging for their product has now climbed to fourteen and amusement parks in Ohio are now allowed to re opening the state's starting on June nineteenth at kings island is taking a little extra time to make sure they are ready for their first guests of.
"dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"This is Columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of North American Broadcasting. Here's your host Mark News. And thanks so much for joining us today on Columbus concerns, there have of course been protests in downtown Columbus and in cities across the nation. Protesting the death of George Floyd an African American man who died in police custody in Minneapolis. It was videotaped. He said he couldn't breathe. Is An officer knelt on his neck? Those protests have continued in Columbus for two or three nights now, and some of the protests have been violent with windows, being broken downtown, the statehouse, being broken into as well. Governor do I made a powerful statement this week against racism and against police brutality, but also against the protestors who were doing the damage in downtown Columbus we bring you. The remarks of Governor Dewine this morning on Columbus Concerns All of us have a obligation. To speak, out, against injustice. To speak out. Against Racism. Speaking against injustice and racism. is even more important. For a leader. Even more important. For the governor. I miss that opportunity. At yesterday's press conference. And I regret that. What happened to George Floyd? Excuse me. What happened to what happened to George Floyd as tragic? To watch the video, his life being taken away. Second by second. Is Horrific. And will be sheared on every American's mind. Until the day they die. What about the other officers? Watch that video and you watch it again you look at. The other officers. What were they thinking? What were they doing? When they do something. You Know Fran I looked. Apparent. We look at life through the Lens of grandparent. We thought one that where our son. What, if that were our grandson? While Fran I felt and feel. Cheryl. discussed. What we saw. We cannot. Fully comprehend, or imagine..
"dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Mike DeWine yesterday did not give an update on child care getting back the governor stressing that Ohio is both re opening the state and focusing on safety I think the most important thing as we open the economy up is for the public to have confidence that when they go to a restaurant when they go to jury store when they go to the grocery store that everything is being done that can be done to protect them restaurants with outdoor seating gonna be allowed to re open this Friday but today is when retail can re opened we've set out the guidelines and what those businesses have to do and as they meet those and they can they can open and that includes malls in Ohio as well two giant signs greet people as they show up with the Cincinnati premium outlets in Monroe one last what the shopping center is doing to keep you safe the other as a long list of healthy shopper guidelines at the top of that chart it encouragement at all shoppers wear masks and use the sanitizer stations in common areas both are also available they say in the mall office where they do temperature checks and shoppers to keep a safe distance of six feet from other shoppers and they ask if you come up on a busy store the leave and come back later among the sense that they are taking to keep customers safe regular disinfecting up the common areas they said they've also done indoor air quality tests that confirm the air quality inside is superior to the air outside I'm Brian combs newsradio seven W. O. W. a statement from the eighteen fifty one center for constitutional law says it is suing Ohio on behalf of dozens of Jim's not being able to re open yet that case pending in a northeast Ohio courtroom Ohio governor Mike DeWine's daily update is set to start in about a half hour we will carry that for you live on Wall Street right now the Dow is down one hundred twenty points the nasdaq now flipping negative it's down fourteen the S. and P. down sixteen I'm Jacque Crumley our next update at two o'clock breaking news anytime news radio seven hundred WLW the first ever virtual NFL draft turned out to be the most watched in the event's history as the league announced it had averaged a record average of eight point four million viewers over the three day selection process the average audience marked the thirty five percent increase over the draft previous high set in twenty nineteen each day of the event set a new viewership record as well with Thursday's first round drawing an average of fifteen point six million viewers Green Bay Packers coach Matt lafleur said the clock is not ticking on Aaron Rodgers is time in Green Bay after the team selected Utah state quarterback Jordan love with the twenty sixth overall pick in the draft Rogers who will turn thirty seven in December it's coming up a season in which he led the Packers to the NFC championship game and the NBA will allow re opening of team practice facilities beginning Friday so it will be in compliance with states and cities guidelines and state restrictions are beginning to be relaxed amidst the corona virus pandemic that's sports on September here.
"dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"That's just hard to do with open congregate area. I hope that answers your question. Thank you very much. We appreciate it thanks to you and to everybody on the group. Were very very grateful for what you've done. Thank you got her. Thanks for joining us. We appreciate it. Thank you WANNA give us a little report. How you're how your group worked and what you came up with. Yeah Governor. I was very honored to be A chair of the personal service city and serve eight as well as I'm a licensed Collagen gist and hairstylist. For thirty three years and our group of thirty in our committee was just amazing. It was very diverse though we had One operator Barbara to the one operator stylist. We had the boost renting salons represented as well as the lawns in spas all sizes. We also had nail salons haning m massage and then we also had re health commissioners that were on each and every call with us guiding us with their knowledge fell very proud of US coming together as an industry in uniting because just like the restaurants. There's so many different. Mom and pop. Shops or franchises are big salons off salons But we all do the same exact service when it comes down to let won't boils down to that personal service and that was at the core of our you know. Working on focus of our group was really how to deliver personal service on the client the professional and the safest manner and be able to be so inclusive of every type of business in our industry so I was very proud of that to work with them. It's going to be what's GonNa be different when someone goes in has a hair done Goes to a barbershop. What what are they going to feel different? And what are they gonna see differently or what's going to be different and what's going to be different from what. The person who serving them is doing well for the appointments. You might have to wait in your car until your appointment is ready. We'll also ask that the walk in appointment or the appointment. That's the only person that enters into that facility and less it is a child of course in apparent needs to come or if they need a caregiver with them and if they have a lobby are waiting area. You're going to see the markings or social distancing there you won't see the magazines or product testing or self serve beverages out in the waiting areas and we'll be dawning are professionals will be donning the mask and really asking that the clients and customers come with their face covering or their mass especially with our services on being so personal and so close delivering that service tobacco guest and some facilities in some locations. Might have you know it? Mandatory that you wear that master face covering when you get your service done Will be creating a lot in between each and every best so the sanitation right now. We are governed by the Ohio. State Board of cosmetology and Bahrain Board. So we do a lot of sanitation and take a lot of cap glasses and in online education all the time so of course are going to go above and beyond with that as well to keep everyone safe and make sure that we're ready for that customer. Great thank you very very much to you and for your group for doing this. We're very very very grateful. Appreciate it thanks for a good report. Thank you a few just a few thoughts as we take a couple of big steps today or at least announced when we're on take these steps as far as opening up The economy This is a significant time in our journey in just a few a few thoughts one. This is a marathon. This is not a sprint We're in this for the long haul And I think we have to get our mind. Set that way I never ran a marathon but A number of our children have Alison Pat Mark son-in-law Bill saw neck and may mess somebody in the family and a half marathon But all all our kids All kids were were distance writers and Although I my running career ended in junior high but In our family were used to long haul used to the long distance and I think Really Ohio. And we've got to thinking about this this way. She's not something we're going to get through. We're going to run through this quickly That's just much as we would like to. That's just not going to happen. Second what we have to do to do these two things at once. Keep US safe. Get the economy back complicated and what we have to do to fight back against. The virus is quite complex and the best practices in these businesses and these professions that we talked about today in all the other ones. That's very import. This important everybody out there in business and profession follow what your peers have come up with As being the best practices so that we can ensure that our employees employees are safe and that we can ensure that customers are safe and that people have confidence that they can in fact go. Go go out next. There's still a lot we do not know about this virus. All you have to do is turn on the news Watch that listen to that. Read about it This is constantly changing what we know. We know a lot more today than we knew before when it started but we still have a lot to learn for as we open up the economy. Let me just state the obvious and not shy away from it. The risk is up more contacts that we have the more that we do. The more risk there is That we can expect We are now we think at about a one to one ratio which simply means that on an average one person who is infected with the virus and Ohio infects person we could get below that and you start moving moving downward we can expect that the opening up of this economy is GonNa take those numbers higher but we have to do is do everything in our power not to let those go very very high and governor dewine and the members of this committee on reopening. Ohio's barber shops hair salons spas and restaurants. I'm news thanks for joining us this morning. Thanks for listening to Columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of North American Broadcasting. You can send questions or comments about today's show to Columbus concerns in care of these station. Fourteen fifty eight Dublin Road Columbus forward three two one five or email said Columbus concerns at NAP MEDIA DOT com. I'm Andrew saw commission of Social Security. 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"dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"Dining on the fifteenth with indoor service. Beginning may twenty-first. So we're going to hear from several people this morning on Columbus concerns. I tree brewer. Who is head of the Working Committee on restaurants which made their recommendations to the governor on wind reopen and Debbie penzone who also covered the personal services industries like spas hair salons and barbershops and the governor himself all with some observations? On how away reopen? And what exactly will happen? So we're going to hear from Trevor Brewer. Debbie penzone and governor dewine this morning on Columbus concerns. How you doing I find governor. Thank you thanks for joining us. You WanNa tell us a little bit about your your group and kind of who you pulled together and kind of what what will be different when customers come in. We'll be different for the employees in in the folks who who are George. Just kind of tell us how this will look a little different. Absolutely thank you. I certainly my pleasure to lead this talented group as you said we had a wide variety of folks on the team we also had representatives from the health department and it was really an amazingly collaborative effort and I felt like the differences While on the surface could look like they could be challenging. They actually strengthened the recommendation that we put together For you and it was certainly like I said my privilege to lead you ask if I could share a few examples of maybe what. The customers will experience as we reopen. Ohio are bars and restaurants. Let's start with space. So restaurants bars are going to be asked to create a floor plan that it complies with current social distancing guidelines for example under the current mandate their parties of ten or less that would be seated together and then each party is going to be separated by either six feet or physical barrier so rather than having a hard and fast percentage like some states are doing. Our Advisory Board actually focused on safety not necessarily a specific number so what we mean by physical barriers. That could be a fine. Dining for example you can have a high booth back. That's almost like a wall or in some locations. They're using PLEXIGLAS That's being installed to separate so we wanted to give each owner an opportunity to comply with those constraints Within their unique space. What about waiting areas? You might be asked to wait in your car For either seating or maybe food pickup or there might be a designated area now for queuing and we would ask customers to comply with those guidelines and be sensitive to those guidelines. I'm a buffet bar or salad bar. will now be served to you rather than self service and they'll also be some six feet guidelines that are placed in those queuing lines as well Entryways for example customers are going to see at the at the entry way when they come in. There's going to be a list of Cova nineteenth symptoms and we're asking the public to self monitor and ensure compliance before they come in Employee was also one of the areas that we we tackled. And so as you're entering end Experiencing these restaurants understand that while employees will be required to wear masks in certain positions. There are exemptions that will for the restaurant industry mostly applied back of House. But if you see employees not wearing masks understand. These are for safety risks. One simple example is you don't want someone standing over a hot grill wearing a mask so just understand that. These restaurants are complying but there are some exceptions that will be listed and you as a customer is a guest. You might be asked to wear a mask. That's going to be at the discretion of the owners and we would ask that you would respect those decisions Another thing that you might see or gloves This is an interesting topic. I know the gloves kind of makes everybody feel like Superman. They can touch anything. But and it gives this false sense of protection and I know the viewing public sees that and there's a lot of concern around it but there are very clear guidelines and food safety code that already exist today and we as a team or returning or recommendation is to return to those guidelines in many cases we all ask our staff put gloves on everybody. Even though we know that's not necessarily best practice hand washing is and will continue to be the gold standard and therefore our committee is recommending That we follow those guidelines. So you're likely not going to see gloves on your cashiers or on your servers. I'm one other area of governor that you when we talked about this idea of open congregants base so open congregate airy will remain closed during this first phase. And we'll monitor our compliances. We go through this. But you could certainly repurpose that. So if you have an dancefloor other activities space you can use that to to be able to maintain that six foot distance of your tables. So that's why we didn't WANNA put a fifty percent of fire code compliance in place. Because you might be able to keep all of your tables because some this open area and still maintain social distancing guidelines. So that's an example of how you could use that space. But I know we can do this as you said we can do. Things two things at once and I know we can do this. We can focus on safety and getting restaurants reopened so it's work through this together We're asking everyone to on your masks. Please be respectful of the associates. They are doing. The best. Can were buckeyes. I know we can do this Ohio. Thank you governor and I can certainly answer any questions that you might have at Trevor. Thank you very very much. Thanks for cheering. The group You had quite a cross section of Ohio on there if you WanNa comment about that or how that impacts but yeah yeah we did. It was really amazing. We had in fact on Thursday night when I was given the list. I plotted it because I just wanted to know who the folks were that I was being asked to lead and I was really happy to see. We had a lot in Cleveland's southern Ohio Cincinnati Dayton Akron and then we had some of the more rural areas Columbus and we had big brands big national brands at the Public. And could certainly see. That was a press release so everyone that participated You can find that press. Release the full gamut of those that participated we had fine dining. We had Pizza Italian We had a a yogurt stand. We had a taproom a quick serve Several of our national brands family dining. So it was. It was really a group that worked together and they self identified so we have the three groups customers employees in space and then they each got to identify which area they felt most compelled to help lead the discussion and then it was done Across the teams. They worked very hard. In fact of one of our team members said it was one of the most intense projects he's ever worked on so For All of those in the industry. I've certainly proud to lead this group. They worked very hard all weekend long to put the best recommendations forward and governor. We appreciated the Guy Shoe gave us. Which was you wanted to hear from us. Best Practices that you didn't. You didn't plan to override our decisions. It was our decisions to bring forward to you. Those recommendations and silly felt very empowered to do that. Extra one last question. Talk Talk to us a moment about bars bars to present a unique challenge pens on how the layout of the bar is What did you all come up with specifically in regard to bars? Yeah thank you for that. So there was one consideration. I know many states have done this in fact I think most did. They separated bars and restaurants and we chose not to do that. What we wanted to focus on was the physical space and the constraints to maintain social distancing guidelines. So for example. If you're a bar with tables and chairs you can follow these guidelines. So why should you not be permitted to participate in phase one where It can't be about the alcohol because restaurants are serving alcohol so we're not making a distinction between a bar and a restaurant what we're making a distinction on is physical space. If you have tables and chairs and can comply with these Guidon these guidelines than you can participate really for that open congregate area. We understand we would have loved to been able to include everyone in this phase one but we needed to take it through these steps and so that open space. If you put in picnic tables or folding tables you can then you can comply but it really is about that physical space and being able to make sure that we can monitor and have kind of discreet floor plans. And.
"dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"Governor Mike DeWine making a clear when he said the state will start to reopen may first he said start it will not be a free for all exact plans are coming out of this next week but he's already getting us ready the governor does say social distancing will have to be a reality in the work place at least until a vaccine for the coronavirus has been proven staggered arrivals for employees would be something you might see staggered lunch where not everybody is gathered together employees who can work from home will work from home and that means when you go to the workplace wear a mask and more than likely the first business is to open OB hospitals which will once again be able to do elective surgery state health director Dr Amy Acton says Ohio starting to see the curve flatten as the number of reported cold nineteen cases in the state remains steady but she says it's important to be realistic when it comes to starting to reopen the economy some businesses may open on their own bill better junior owner of summit motorsports park a racetrack in Norwalk in northern Ohio said on Facebook he's got open on his own schedule not the states summit motorsports park is not going to wait for permission summit motorsports park is is not going to wait I'm for doctor Fauci M. and wait for any act in and wait for Mike to line because none of them even know I exist and none of them really care and he said he thinks the closure of business in Ohio something has been purposely put together last until the election was your community hospital in northern Ohio set off a recovered covert nineteen patient in style he was on a ventilator bucket breathe on his own to hospital posted a video of him being discharged for more on the corona virus does the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm Tom Moore your workers like me on a site for your life and ours the lack in planning and Wilson the collector has left many of us without personal protective equipment president trump needs to lead and make.
"dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I the last couple days Mike DeWine holds his press conference I think that's what he does two o'clock in the afternoon every day we have a common reasons I catch it on the weekend but I'm typically I hit the hay by that point in time on weekdays but in recent days I'm here in our local news in the morning that you have a number of protesters have been showing up at the state capitol in a guess on Monday during his press conference that you could during the press conference you could here I'm hollering and banging on the windows and what not the state house and yeah they want Ohio to to get things re opened and it looks like the these kind of things are starting to spread that to other states yet yesterday more than a hundred protesters rally in downtown Raleigh North Carolina and they want to re open now they say that the governors stay at home order is unconstitutional there is Killin small businesses at least one protester was charged with violating that the executive order well here's what they are saying now the constitution offers the right for peaceful assembly now this one that was arrested she's being led away with their hands bound with zip ties but but every fifteen minutes during the protest roughly fifty cars were honking their horns in unison as police officers asked protesters to keep their social distancing six feet apart you know that the noise from all the horns yeah drowning out the police and some of the protesters saying we're in violation of comrade Cooper's order if I get a lot today locked up today I'm okay with that we need to get back to work organized by a Facebook group known as re open and see reopen North Carolina that was organized last week they say people should be allowed to make their own decision about staying at home or working from home that group had more than twenty eight thousand members as of yesterday afternoon the governor meanwhile said that you have these people wanted the restrictions to end or just inviting a catastrophe you have the numbers clearly show that the interventions we have the social gatherings the limitations on bars and restaurants the stay at home orders that those things are actually working but again if is civil unrest would be the word the next thing on the horizon if they keep trying to drag this out what do you think and I think it's eminently possible of an awful lot of people are I have an older wives a lot differently than they'd ever ever spot and it's a lot of pent up it Sir in her feelings are coming out I mean I I'm I suspect is what we're going to be a rash of divorces are suspect because the what a pregnancy so things are going to you're going to go different directions in which you had normally planned in the life organisers were probably gonna see violence I've I really A. B. bill nine months from now all right well I have a question that you got the small business owners first of all and you know that we continue to hear that this.
"dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"DeWine also announced a new orders this week as Ohio's a stay at home order is still in effect nursing homes are an area of concern for Ohio during the couple nineteen pandemic in that lead governor Mike DeWine on to announce a new order I've asked doctor acted to issue an order that will require long term care facilities to notify residents and families within twenty four hours if a resident or if a staff member becomes infected another order is restricting liquor store sales to only Ohio residents in counties that border Pennsylvania which last month close it stayed on the Kerr stores to slow the spread of the corona virus in Ohio ID must be presented or if an Ohio resident has an out of state license they must show proof of residence another way those counties are asked to Beulah Trumbull Mahoning columbiana Jefferson and Belmont I'm John Gallagher lieutenant governor John Huston says the state's food banks are dealing with a major uptick in those seeking help as hundreds of thousands of Ohioans are now out of work the funding will be used to purchase canned fruits and vegetables canned meats cereals pastas and rice box dinners locally grown produce locally produced milk butter cheese and dairy products through the partnerships ships with the Ohio dairy producers association and dairy farmers of America Mideast area and national farmers organization fresh meat and eggs and essential household cleaning personnel and her personal hygiene items will also be included meanwhile the covert nineteen pandemic is causing some new concerns about the food supply as hundreds of workers at one plant in South Dakota have contracted the virus the largest pork producer in the world Smithfield foods warns of a potential shortage saying one of its plants in South Dakota will remain closed nearly three hundred employees testing positive for covert nineteen their CEOs saying the closure of this facility and others is pushing our country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply ABC's gio Benitez says that South Dakota currently does not have a stay at home order in place the trump administration is asking for a delay in delivering data to Congress meanwhile due to the corona virus fox's Rachel Sutherland explains this is bureau wants an additional four months to complete the head count stop going door to door to collect information from people who had not completed the census because of the pandemic field operations are set to resume on June first the bureau had to December thirty first deadline to present the data the Congress and is asking for an extension until April thirtieth twenty twenty one Democrats say they want to see more information explaining the reason for the delay before proving the request Rachel Sutherland fox news for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information this news is a service of legacy retirement group I'm Alison Wyant your A..
"dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thank you governor DeWine I want to reiterate that again that we are we are attempting to build that support system around the people of Ohio and our businesses and institutions who are coming together to help us get through this difficult time as part of that we ask we sent this letter governor nigh to president trump and vice president pence earlier today with requests from our agencies on regulatory and other relief that is necessary we copied our congressional delegation I have received calls and then sure the governor has from both members of our congressional delegation and our legislature asking to be supportive of these requests and we appreciate that as I mentioned yesterday the genesis for this is that we've asked state employees to limit their person to person contact but some of the state employees or the very inspectors and regulators that institutions businesses employees rely on to keep the flow of work going there are a lot of issues that they need to address every day a lot of things in the pipeline and those institutions people businesses need relief as the regulated on the work and the services that they provide one example the governor give a great example of the something that the the trump administration was quick to respond on was the USDA waiver that we requested we have essentially an additional FTSE see here a seventeen requests that are in this letter and these waivers on things like inspection that are tied to funding audit requirements and the like so that there is no or minimal disruption in the services we don't as I mentioned when any regulatory delays anymore than is necessary let me highlight a few of these these issues that are in the letter so you get a feel for what we're talking about we expect one area that could be affected our staffing levels for re certification in areas such as skilled nursing homes home health agencies hospice agencies intermediate care facilities these were asking for a waiver on these recertification so that these individuals are not disruptive disrupted or their institutions in providing the services another approach that has been requested is asking for our support of federal F. map funding medical assistance percentages right now the federal government and state government share that cost as is occurred in previous recessions in difficult circumstances for example nine eleven this we ask that the federal government take a bigger share of this and then the state resources than can be put in to the response to the code nineteen pandemic additionally we are asking access to the national stockpile of personal protective equipment we are going to be soon in need of access to this equipment to keep our health care workers safe they are on the front lines of this they are to be commended and thanked for their service and we need to ensure that we are supporting them with the resources that they need again we understand and I believe the highlands are beginning to understand the challenges that lie ahead and this is just one step forward on building that support system that they will need we all need to get through this we are working on recommendations from business leaders we are working with local governments and other providers on expanding this listed this will not be the last time that the the president vice president the congressional delegation here from us were quite sure that but at this moment everyone is coming together I know I've been uplifted by some of the calls from businesses who after the governor spoke of of price gouging that promised that they would hold prices particularly for necessary and critical equipment where they are we had internet service providers upon the cancellation of a school for three weeks offer free internet service for families who have access to that broadband where they can sign up the people of Ohio the the leaders of Ohio are responding they're coming around this is pulling this together and we're going to we're going to do our part under the governor's leadership to continue to make sure the state government is playing its role thank you governor lieutenant governor John Houston speaking as the state gives its latest update of coronavirus response Ohio governor Mike DeWine for a moment about it a day cares day care facilities we are not closing them at this point but that is something that may occur in the future and so I would ask anyone who is there are two who is using a day care to start thinking about what their alternative would be we know how difficult this would be for for many Ohioans and what burden it would be on them but daycares are are unique and anybody who's had children understood understands that or or seen their grand children if they pose really a unique what I would call a unique rest kinda hard hard to enforce a six foot rule and children share things and we have all kinds of things going on day cares so that's just the nature of of of kids so we're not closing at this point we'll need to start thinking about alternatives if you're in a position the economically otherwise you can figure out how to do it the recommendation from the medical community is that you remove your child from daycare if you can do that that would be advice I think that would be good good advice again as we talked about yesterday children unless they have a should medical problem of pre existing medical problem the product going to get to contracting the virus okay but they are carriers and just like all of us are potential carriers and so these potential carriers will will come home and the school is certainly can spread if this would be for the day care don't have daycare but you know if you're a person who is taking care of your child is sixty or over I need to look at that again not because the child but because of of of that person who sixteen over and I know that you know this is these changes are made and society generally we have some grandparents who are in that age bracket or older who are caring for children and we just simply saying that just pointing out that the risk goes up and goes up rather dramatically the order that person is I think everybody just needs to be mindful of that and we we need to continue to to say that jobs and family services his put up protocol to the day care centers in regard to what externalities extra effort to take to keep from the spread or to try to cut down on the spread of the virus we would again remind daycare as well as every employer in the state if someone is sick send them home be mindful of whether someone is sick and they'll tell you they are because many of our day cares have done this we're seeing some day Kerr said centers that are short on people now we can expect only expect that to continue to get more critical and be composing more problem for day care centers Kim hall is here and can answer any questions but we're changing some regulations because of this emergency we have regulations in regard to teacher ratio to the student we're going to be relaxing those again because of the fact that we want a person to be going home there the teacher if they.
"dewine" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Governor Mike DeWine was speaking at a candlelight vigil last night in the Dayton Ohio Jan that was with but it wasn't just those two because that was where the camera that was near them was it was a pretty big chanted do something yeah then they stopped in the middle of this speech by yelling that so you know maybe that that'll take cart with president trump when he addresses the nation allegedly is doing at ten o'clock this morning and it's supposed to be a something of change that things are gonna happen so what happened this weekend won't happen again where is the nearest taken place by the way arose garden either that or yeah because usually it enters in the oval office to just sit there I hope it is yeah I I think I think since it's probably into the rose gardens like fluffy stuff for like good stuff ceremonial yeah like when he gives a hosting hearts and stuff like that yeah I'm a clone tree yeah I mean that that was in the pack here before they ripped it up until this killed a put in quarantine and they killed you kill my tree so yeah maybe maybe the oval office is where Hillage our maybe I'll be standing outside of marine one again how I got at least I hope not I hope this is an official at the desk oval office press conference announcing the at least the framework of something that's going to happen here something began calls on Congress to come back from vacation is there were items is with them and it'll be does and and hopefully that that's exactly what will take place so you know we can only speculate is what he's gonna say I'm I'm sure there's going to be something there about mental health okay so and there's been a lot of conversation about making our Baker act law a national thing as it should be and that way and standardized well you know it and if people are going to get this taken away from Merrill health you're right it really do I mean think about it in and I said this before we've all been there we've all been to a place in our lives if you're an adult somewhere somewhere you time you needed somebody to talk to yeah and and it what what could happen if you didn't get help or you didn't have somebody to talk to and in many cases that's where these you know kids in young people start shooting things up because they got no where to go or they get no one turn in the mid in saying this guy needs help like that one in Dayton he should have been turned in years ago fell through the cracks everybody knew about it and their course one of those and I hate to see this but tons of people coming out soon have known my whole life gaze always been part the manifesto a death list in high school yeah and realized come on just what it was you know similar to the parkland kit M. L. again falls through the cracks if this is any inkling any indication of what the president's going to talk about dead dead ten maybe this is it he tweeted out a couple hours ago now Republicans and Democrats have to come together it's strong background checks perhaps marrying this legislation with desperately needed immigration reform boy would that be something to trying it all in together because they can do it yeah immigration reform voter ID a national ID mental health checklist absolutely this can all be done and I hope it does we can only hope something gets done you know I mean for years we've heard about our change of any change it nothing ever gets changed so they need to do something it's quite obvious at this point this is one of the good for him this is one of the representatives bad himself calling for ending vacation for Congress is Republican senator Tim Scott a he said it just this morning at CVS there's something that I would be happy to do it happily happily come back to Washington to have a conversation about gun violence absolutely they should they all should because only this way if anybody we voted for doesn't show up on live you live it sure like the rest of the nation should be so if the president calls on them to and vacation come back start working this out and they don't or some don't S. gonna looking credibly bad for them does not look good for you or anybody else or you could be like Joe Biden who referred to the incidence is taking place in Houston and Ohio he had a fundraiser last night in San Diego and that's how he referred to the shooting says there's been two horrific shootings in Ohio and in Houston no way yes he did that sample and then he had to go back in like fix himself he said did he see Michigan right that's right it's even worse sorry what was a deal it was Houston and Michigan fast.
"dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"Now. So Mike dewine was our governor. It was on this morning with Joel Riley. And this is big news front and center. In addition to Robert Kraft, the owner for the the the patriots who was busted in a soliciting prostitution. So this is yet another this is that's a national obviously big national story, but locally governor dewine once the entire eighteenth cent gas tax hike, and this looks like it's going to begin July first. So this morning governor dewine was on with our very own Joel Riley. And this is what he had to say. We're going to significantly reduced number dot employees. That's already started. We're going to be able to pick up we think three to four hundred over the next few years where we have basically frozen any kind of advancement. So. Yes, we're going to do that. They're they're looking and finding other savings. So that's always the first thing, you do the first thing you have to do is where we spend in mind that we could cut you know, what's was cut into middle management. Let's let's see if we've got duplication between the different districts, one of the things that that I thought was pretty obvious that we were duplicating HR people and all every single district in the state while maybe you can consolidate that not have that many people doing the same type war. So yes, we are on that. And I've Jack Marsh banks I've given him the instructions to do it vigorously going after that. But it would not be honest with people that say that we could come up with enough savings Bill. This big pothole that we have you know? So we just can't do it. But you're right. You always. I you go to cut. So that is our great governor, Mike dewine who was on with Joel Riley this morning, and basically kind of breaking news that they're going to cut three to four hundred jobs at dot. And obviously if you're they're hearing this you're going, wait a second. But everything else looks like it's in line for what was originally propo-? Well, originally, I remember it was fourteen cents. Now, it is eighteen cents. Looks like it's going to kick in July first, which brings the state up to forty six cents per gallon on a gallon of gasoline, and we were at twenty eight it's been fourteen years since we've actually had a gas tax hike. So this was longtime coming in. And I I don't know how you get around. I it's seven hundred twenty five million a year for the state highway bridge network and then four hundred eighty million for local government street needs and that's a year. But and I. Said this before earlier in the show. Josh I was like look this is inevitable. It's going to happen. And so on fine. If that's what we have to do in order to try to get the. But there better be some sweet roads coming. Absolutely, they I I want seventy one I wanna be old to push my kid down in a stroller on seventy one and have her stay asleep McCarron Jada stroller onset. That's how good seventy one south out of town better. Be by the time. If they if they're going to do this, and it's time step your game up in. Oh, by the way, is it possible that we could do construction projects that don't last longer than I went to college. And I went to college for five or five and a half almost six years. And look I'm not a doctor clearly like come on. No, they can't. And that's the other part of it. It just seems like, and I I know a lot of other people probably feel the same way when you are driving by something that you look at day in day out day in day out, dude. I'm not kidding you. I've worked for our sister station. In cincinnati. It's wwl w down there seven hundred and they're they're the Bengals and all the reds, and all that I've been back and forth on seventy one more times than I can shake a stick at as they say from Columbus to Cincinnati that drive from here to there is so bad. It is so bad the whole way there are sections of seventy one I kid you not that it's been three years since I've been doing this that are still under construction the same sex. I don't understand like how what could possibly be taking when I went to go see Metallica last month. Yeah. Been two years since I had gone to Cincinnati. There was a spot on a bridge. I remember which is about ten miles north of kings island. They're still working on that same damn section of that bridge, and I hadn't been down there in two years. Yup. That is that is correct, my friend. It's really crazy. How long that goes on and on and on? But the thing is it's adding insult to injury because you're going, okay, fine. We're going to we're going to get this this gas tax hike weather. We want it or not it's going to happen. And I don't know if you're from the camp that you go. Okay. Well, at least a wine is trying to figure this out. He's trying to not borrow any more money. He's trying to be responsible. If you will and you go, okay. And you got actor in. It's been fourteen years. I don't you. Clearly, you couldn't he he couldn't slow roll it. Because if he could have I think maybe it would be easier to go. We're going to do this nine cents this year nine cents next year or something, but he just wants to go ahead and rip the band aid off and not kick the can down the road. And I'll say this. I it doesn't. I'm not super happy about it. But a Lisi's doing something unlike the last guy who was just barring against bonds on the toll road because he was too busy running for president whining about Trump and going on CNN, you know, pounding as impotent fist of rage, right?.