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"doctor jin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Former President Donald Trump is underway. This is lead impeachment manager and Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin. These powers must apply even if the president commits his offenses in his final weeks in office. In fact, that's precisely when we need them the most, because that's when elections get attacked. Everything that we know about the language of the Constitution. The framers original understanding and intent. Prior Senate practice and common sense confirms this rule. Senate Democrats say the trial will not slow down work on a nearly $2 trillion covert relief package. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says pundits who said an impeachment trial and covert relief legislation could not happen at the same time a wrong the bottom line is simple. The Senate is moving full steam ahead on a bold plan to get this country out of the crisis. Democrats in the Senate are working with House colleagues and a relief measure expected to total about $2 Trillion, a plan that includes direct payments for many families and hands, unemployment benefits and possibly a minimum wage increase. Republicans have pushed back on the price tag, arguing for a more tailored approach on Capitol Hill. Jared Howe Burnham Fox. New frustration on display is the Montgomery County Council question. State health officials on vaccine distribution. The state has got its rolling out four new mass vaccination sites in the next few weeks and staying. None of them will be in Montgomery County Council President Tom Hooker quizzing Doctor Jin Lien Chan with the Maryland public Health Service over the closest mass vaccination site at six flags. Montgomery County is the largest jurisdiction in the ST Chris. Georges is the second largest clearly printers. I'm sure feels like it deserves its own if Dr Tan insisting six flags was already established, and so the infrastructure was already there in farms of the tense the setup Barbara Bridge W M a L and W m a l dot com You have heard the kids are failing a distance distance learning, and some are But in Loudon County, more are six. Feeding a new report to be issued it tonight. School board meeting shows the number of failing grades in middle and high schools continues to rise amid the pandemic up 3% points compared to the same period two years ago. But it's a double edged sword comparison. At the other end of the scale. Nearly 64% of middle schoolers are getting A's down less than a point and in high school 57. A half percent of grades are AIDS up 5% points in the highest level in the past three years, though Students all return to classrooms in a hybrid model March 3rd John Matthews on W. M A. L N w a l dot com On Wall Street, the Dow was up 38 points the S and P 500 up to the NASDAQ Up 42 double drama L traffic and weather. Next one by one. Thank.
"doctor jin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"On display is the Montgomery County Council question. State health officials. On the vaccine distribution process. The state has got its rolling out four new mass vaccination sites in the next few weeks and saying none of them will be in Montgomery County Council President Tom Hooker quizzing Doctor Jin Lien Chan with the Maryland public Health Service over the closest mass vaccination site at six flags. Montgomery County is the largest jurisdiction in the state. Prince George's is the second largest clearly print stories I'm sure feels like it deserves its own if Dr Tan insisting six flags was already established, and said the infrastructure was Already there and farms of the chance. The setup Barbara Britt, W M. A. L and W M a l dot com and the Democrats say the impeachment trial won't flow down work on a covert relief plan. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says pundits who said an impeachment trial and covert relief legislation could not happen at the same time a wrong the bottom line is simple. The Senate is moving full steam ahead on a bold plan. Get this country out of the crisis. Democrats in the Senate are working with House colleagues on a relief measure expected to total about $2 Trillion, a plan that includes direct payments for many families enhanced unemployment benefits. And possibly a minimum wage increase. Republicans have pushed back on the price tag, arguing for a more tailored approach on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News. Well, you heard the kids air failing a distance learning and Somare, But in Loudoun County, more are succeeding. A new report to be issued it tonight. School board meeting shows the number of failing grades in middle and high schools continues to rise amid the pandemic up 3% points compared to the same period two years ago. But it's a double edged sword comparison at the Other end of the scale. Nearly 64% of middle schoolers are getting A's down less than a point. And in high school 57. A half percent of grades are AIDS up 5% points in the highest level in the past three years. Those students all return to classrooms in a hybrid model March 3rd John Matthews on W. M A. L N w a l dot com On Wall Street this noon the Dow was down 33 points the S and P 500 down five. The NASDAQ Up 22. W. May l traffic and weather. Next Louis Armstrong started recording.
"doctor jin" Discussed on WTOP
"We tell people when the vaccine becomes available to you, please take it and don't wait in the webinar for Prince George's County. Dr Fauci added. It's impossible to get Cove it from the vaccine, particularly on O w T O P News. More people are ticked off this morning because their vaccine appointments are being canceled and Anna Randall County they've canceled second doses for today, Tuesday and tomorrow Wednesday, the ninth and 10th in February because of delivery delays from the Maryland Department of Health. That health department does double duty opiates aware of the problem, it says the Maryland Department of Health ordered the second dose is Monday morning, well in advance of the established ordering deadline, and the doses are set to arrive today. Maryland Health Department says other local health departments of schedule their clinics in accordance with the vaccine schedule. The Maryland Health Department also says the CDC the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as provided guidance that people could receive. Their second dose is up to 42 days after the first shot anyone who had scheduled appointments That were council they want you to know will be offered a new appointment on Saturday through an email or voice message. That's this coming weekend at Arrundell County says more than 7000 vaccines have been delayed over the past two weeks. First dose vaccine clinics Are unaffected by the delay and or dining on a limited basis could be back by Valentine's Day locally and Montgomery County. The council will vote on the issue and we'll get an update on covert 19 vaccination plans from the state leaders. Montgomery County Council President Tom Hooker said the state's acting deputy secretary for public health Doctor Jin Lien Chan, will be among state officials updating the council on Tuesday. Some of the key issues will discuss include consistency of vaccine distribution, coordination among vaccinators equity and administering the supply. Ramping up our vaccinations. Hooker said he was concerned about a dropping vaccine allotments to the county's health department from 5500 Week to 4500. Another issue that will come up a vote on the executive order to allow indoor dining at 25%, and that was amended to go into effect February, 14th Council member gave Albert knows rather than just immediately, you know, voting and then deciding that same day that restaurants will open. This gives them a little bit more runway to be able to ramp up their operation to open effectively. Kate Brian w T o p. New DC, health leaders say this morning they could be open to using a site like Nationals Park to vaccinate resin. It's recovered in the future. For now, because of still limited vaccine. They're.
"doctor jin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"As they prepare to head back into the school buildings for the first time in almost a year next Monday. So far, 460 D. C. P s employees have had their first dose of the vaccine, according to Mayor Muriel Bowser Thebe CPS website says about 7000 people work in the school system appointments that have been filled or 2700 and That the available 3800. So why are there so many open appointments? Health Director Doctor Look, Wandera, Nesbit says, just like other groups. There's some vaccine hesitancy among teachers, So we have to give them vaccine counseling and education address any concerns that they have around the vaccine, Heather Curtis found. W M A L N w a mail dot com Virginia lawmakers have quashed a proposal to repeal an old Virginia law that allows the state to hold certain sex offenders at a psychiatric facility. Once they complete their criminals, then Senses Democratic Senator Joe Morris. He argued that the current system is unfair and punishes offenders twice for the same crime. But the bill face strong opposition from Republicans and opponents who say the current law is needed to protect society from offenders who've been defined as sexually violent predators and one of the medicines that helped President Trump beat covert 19 is now available to you. If you look at the therapeutics, which I'm taking right now, frankly, the miracle President Trump spoke from Walter Reed of the monoclonal antibody. Buddies he received help keep his covert in check last fall monocle and a body is for people who have mild symptoms, but also are at high risk for possibly becoming hospitalized. Maryland Deputy Health Secretary Doctor Jin Ling Chen when the president received at the cocktail was not available to the public, but it's now available at several hospitals in the state. You'll need a doctor's referral to receive it. John Matthews on W. M A. L and W m a l dot com W m A L News time is 904. I'm sharing Reardon and now Here's your W. M mail, traffic and weather from the Hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center. In spite of these cold temperatures, there's a works on setups. Westbound on. I 66 in Centerville. It starts right at Route 29 in Centerville and heads over to the bull run. Rest area. You've got the left lane blocked up there. Metropolitan Police have been out to crash for a while. Now it's in northwest Washington on Georgia Avenue at Ingram Street apparently happened right in the intersection now from garage door repaired dot com But W.
Maryland Gov. Hogan pushes to reopen schools for hybrid learning
"Maryland's governor wants every school district to start offering at least some in person classes if they aren't doing so already, and he wants it done quickly. Governor Larry Hogan says the switch to virtual learning prompted by the pandemic has lead to terrible learning loss. So we are urgently Calling on all county school systems. To immediately make every effort. To return to hybrid. In person instruction. No later than March, 1. If not sooner. Maryland Deputy Health Secretary Doctor Jin Lien chan, there is little evidence that school reopening is a major driver of overall community spread. Governor Hogan says he can't order school boards to reopen schools, but he will do everything he legally can to make it happen. Michelle Bash W T O P News. In the meantime, the Maryland teachers union denies this morning is blocking to return to the classroom and it is criticizing the governors approach. You're almost president of the Maryland State Education Association, said Governor Larry Hogan's not correct when he suggests that teachers have placed endless roadblocks in the way of opening schools. As soon as we heard about the vaccine, we advocated to make sure that our educators could be prioritized so we could open schools sooner. Most also said that teachers in school Boards have worked to come up with plans to open safely as to Hogan's statement that he'd look at whatever legal means he could be getting school boards, which are independent bodies. Toe open by March, 1st Post says. That's not collaborative. That's not going to get results and as educators, we know it's about relationships and collaboration. Not threats. Can't Brian w. T o p news
"doctor jin" Discussed on WJR 760
"The United States incited this insurrection. Hey, must go. He is a clear and present danger to the nation that we all love. It was historic, impeaching a president for a second time but also the most bipartisan vote in history. And that is Fox is Griff Jenkins reporting 10 Republicans joining the all present Democrats voting in support of that impeachment. Some changes are coming to the state Capitol building in light of the threat of violence nationwide. Is that because of recommendations from the Michigan State police 6 FT High fence is being built around the Michigan capital and should be completed by Friday. The FBI has alerted law enforcement agencies that not only Michigan, but all other 49 state capitals face the possibility of armed protests. It was a strong police presence as the 101st legislature was sworn in yesterday as officers were seen on close circuit cameras in circling the building can wriggle Ski WJR news? Michigan covered cases and deaths are Platt Towing, the state's chief medical executive. Doctor Jin, a. Cal Dune said the numbers they're finally encouraging. So overall, we're in a much better place with our numbers than we were in the beginning of November. And the governor announcing dining in restaurants could begin February 1st and in person learning at colleges and universities can start January 18th. The panel that's charged with selecting the new Wayne County sheriff continues to work as past misconduct complaints have come to light about to the candidates for the job. 14 candidates have applied for the post following the death of chief Sheriff Benny Napoleon in December after he battled Cove it Ah panel made up of three elected county officials interviewing the candidates beginning Today, about X is expected within a few days. Two of the leading candidates for the position, deputy chief Raphael Washington and Chief Robert Dunlap, were each the subject of misconduct, accusations and federal lawsuits that ended in taxpayer funded. Settlements. WJR News Times 73.
"doctor jin" Discussed on WTOP
"Duffy Wtlv news and there have been several images posted on social media of members of the National Guard resting inside the Capitol between shifts that has reportedly led concerned citizens to start collecting comfort items for them. But in a statement today, the guards said, they cannot accept donations of any kind, and they're assuring the public that guard members do have appropriate lodging for when they're off duty. The guard also extended a thank you to the public for their thoughtfulness. Meantime, the Capitol Police Office of Inspector General says its entire staff will review last Wednesday's riot roll call reports that the IG review is not limited to officer conduct. It could include intelligence and planning failures, as well as leadership and management issues. Inquiry is reportedly separate from the eight investigations into 17 Capitol police officers over their conduct. It's being conducted by the capital Police is office of Professional Responsibility. In other news, Maryland's General Assembly started its 2021 session today, and the focus was Corona virus and how it's impacting the lives of Marylanders. One of the first things lawmakers in Annapolis did was vote on rules so they could conduct their work while keeping their distance. Senate President Bill Ferguson said the state's covert 19 vaccination plans are a priority. I think what's most important to us is as we get those vaccines into arms as quickly as possible, Senator Delores Kelly asked if lawmakers could be vaccinated so they could maintain a quorum during the legislative session and that we're able to work on health issues and other issues. That are important to the economic and physical health aspects of the pandemic. Acting Deputy Secretary of Public Health Doctor Jin Lien chan responded. That is something that we are discussing now, and that is part of our planning for continuity of government. Kate Ryan. W T. O P News. Also, Governor Larry Hogan is said to give an update on the state's vaccination plans at five o'clock tomorrow..
"doctor jin" Discussed on KGO 810
"Strongly information conditions was a letter like this and say that I'm looking for 3 30. This stuff that we read about the virus. We already have a great amount of fear. People are dying. We keep finding out new things about the virus where you know it's maybe worse than we expected. We thought At first, it was primarily older people that died. It was appalling. Some people dismissed that as though they were expendable to begin with. But then we started hearing about babies dying and teenagers dying people in their twenties dying. So new information can be really frightening today. This is from CBS News. State health officials in Colorado announced they have identified America's first confirmed case of that fast spreading covert 19 variant, the first showed up in the UK Train has been linked to a surgeon cases in Britain. Officials said The case had been identified by the state's public health laboratory in a male in his twenties with no travel history. So of course It's gonna be a little bit alarming. So let's get some calming rational words on that Peter chilling. Hani is joining me in again Joining me again, she says carefully. It is an infectious disease physician with UCSF health. And just as an aside, doctor Jin Hyung, I have to say that I love your description on the UCSF Med site is Education and social justice, Warrior and beach lover. That's nice to know who we're dealing with. Thanks for having me on again, Angie. Always a pleasure. Well, I appreciated last time that when this new variant came out, you let us know that it was being blown out of proportion by some media outlets. So bring me up to between then And now with the new information we have now, how much more risk do you think we're seeing with this? How bad is this? Actually Well, I think we know some things and they're a lot of things we don't know. What we know so far is that it's a dominant strain in a cluster. Cases a surge in the UK and it's been linked an increasing number off cases or proportions of cases in South Africa, a different one. Both of them have shared Characteristics, particularly one mutation on spike Protein, which you know that throne of the crew in a virus. It's the Piece of the virus that allows the virus toe land on the place that wants to get to and enter the body. So the idea is that it's probably stickier on maybe You can transmit it more but We know a few things that it's likely doesn't result in more serious disease. So far, it doesn't mean the vaccines won't work on D, what's importantly, from most people, we think that the masks and everything that we do will also be effective against the Syrian too. I guess when I take the 30,000 ft view. It probably shouldn't change what we're doing anyway on. Really, We shouldn't worry about it because You know, we should just be doing the things that were supposed to do and just not get any kind of covert variant or not. Why is enough? Let me ask you about just putting Cove it in the context of earlier research on earlier, vier, I Do we anticipate when something like cove it comes about it strikes me that the scientists would almost expect at some point. We're going to see a very that this isn't something new. This is. This is something that happens. Exactly and viruses unknown for that that their card carrying quality because they kind of sloppy, particularly this kind of virus. It's an RNA virus, so It's not very precise because it's not recite that when it makes more of itself. The thing it makes more of doesn't look exactly like its parents. And that can also mean that it will change slowly over time. Sometimes it changes in a good direction. Sometimes it changes and potentially not to get direction. But regardless, we don't think that a huge change that will make the vaccine not work. Would happen this quickly that actually takes years if it will happen at all. Does that mean that if it does happen in a couple of years, something that's seriously mutated from what we have now we might have to re examine what vaccine we're giving out. Yeah, it made me not be make that a booster and again. When we present the message the cells in the vaccine again. The M in the Emory nave. Axes means messenger. It just bringing bringing that message the cells and it says he tells Make some spike protein. So the cells merrily make the spy proteins on the body the vote on the bodies against it, but the body doesn't just develop one onto body against it. It develops multiple on the body, so It's somebody said to me once. It's like 1000 guns pointing at the spy protein did you take off one? You still have 999 to that. You know? The slew of antibodies we make because of the vaccine will will. Most likely I would say what almost 100% certainty. Of course that needs to be concerned by the lab lab stuff. People doing now that it will be effective for a long time. And if it Becomes ineffective. We'll have the You know tens of thousands of people in the trials, so let us know that you know it's not affected. And the Empress because they'll be coming down. They'll be checking people be checking their and body levels on seeing if they get out of it, and it apparently will take hours to make a new vaccine. Of course. Production of the vaccine will be in issues at that point, but I don't think we'll get there. Intelligent actor Peter Chin hung. He's an infectious disease specialist and professor of medicine at UCSF. We had some collars earlier, Doctor Jin Hyung about people who had bad.
"doctor jin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Story the Pentagon is preparing to distribute a corona virus vaccine throughout the vast U. S military complex. Assistant Defense Secretary Thomas McCaffrey described the approach to distributing the vaccine. The D O D plan calls for a phased approach the initial phases. What we're calling a controlled pilot In this phase, we will be distributing the vaccine to priority populations in 16 distinct locations, McCaffrey said. Vaccinations will start 24 to 48 hours after the kids are delivered. Vaccinations are voluntary, but Lieutenant General Ron Place said everyone is being strongly encouraged to take it. While attending the White House summit on the cove in 19 Vaccine Governor Greg Abbott addressed the steps Texas has already taken in its preparation of the vaccines delivery. Wook eyes, Austin bureau chief Chris Fox reports. We have already signed up more than 7200 providers that are awaiting for these vaccines as we speak Governor Abbott on a panel with governors from Florida, Louisiana and Tennessee, Abbott spoke of the state's efforts to prepare for the vaccine dating back to the spring. Tolerating over the past month. Have it was then asked how long it might take to vaccinate the 1st 100,000. Texans were ready to go. All we need are the test and the vaccines, and once we get them, they should be done within 24 to 48 hours. Chris Fox News Radio 1200 Wook I. Meanwhile, metro health is warning against on campus learning after the cove in 19 risk level for schools in San Antonio, was elevated to the red Zone. Mayor Ron Nirenberg made the announcement yesterday but noted that some students are excluded from the directive in person. Education is not recommended at this time, with exceptions for small pods of six or less and special education students at risk students and students who lack resource is the recommendation comes after significant increases in the number of covert cases and the positivity rate. Metro Health director Doctor Jin to Woo says the guidance is mainly for parents since schools are required to provide in person classes for anyone who wants them. Employees in the Edgewood Independent School District will get a one time bonus for all their hard work during the covert 19 pandemic. Full time employees will get a $500 bonus and substitute teachers will get a $250 incentive. Superintendent, Dr Eduardo Hernandez says the one time retention incentive is a way to say thank you to our staff for the continued dedication and service to the students of PTSD. Edgewood I. SD joins several other districts that have.
"doctor jin" Discussed on KOMO
"Some time. There are many different strains of them most of the time they infect animals. There have been some isolated reports of them infecting reptiles. But for the most part, we're talking about bats, cats, camels, There are a couple of strains that are known to infect human beings. They are responsible for 10 to 30% of upper respiratory illness worldwide. Inhumans so no, it didn't come out of the blue for the scientific and medical community at all. The reason that it's generating so much attention, and so much concern is two fold number one is a new and It looks like evolving or mutating or changing virus. We don't know how this will behave. Number two SARS and murders are in the same family. They are Corona viruses. And anyone who remembers back you know in the last 20 years, remembers that they both had a very high mortality rate. And they spread throughout the world. So one of the things that I've heard you and others talk about is the possibility of a super spreader with this virus. What does that mean? Super spreader. It's very interesting phenomenon and infectious diseases or epidemics. A super spreader is a host. So in this case, it's a person. Who is capable or demonstrates the ability to spread that virus or that infection to many, many people with ease. This is thought to be regardless of that person's severity of symptoms, But usually it does parallel how sick that person is. What's concerning right now is the possibility Of a super spreader phenomenon with this novel coronavirus because the 14 or 15 medical personnel in China who were taking care of one patient. All became sick. Do we know for a fact whether there are super spreaders yet in this coronavirus? No, but it's definitely something that we saw with stars. There's a suggestion that it may be a play with this Corona virus as well. The travel ban that's in place in central China involves 20 million people in a very busy weekend with the Lunar New Year. Is it unusual for this many people to be under some sort of a travel ban? I mean that not letting people in and out right China's not playing around with this. They're not rolling the dice with having another SARS situation on their hands, and that is not only for public health benefit and protection. It's also for their economic benefit and protection. They are taking steps that maybe in our mind in our world to an American lens might be considered extreme or overly aggressive, but I practice medicine, according to the belief of It only has to happen once. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best. And because we don't know a lot of information about this new coronavirus. It's really prudent to err on the side of caution. Now, remember that interview was from back in January. It really is a good reminder of how far we've come and what we know about this coronavirus. Super spreaders are real people traveling spread the virus that's real and the illnesses and deaths those air real, too. Virus has changed all of our lives. But there is hope not just in the vaccines on assembly lines waiting for approval in testing as well. This past week, it was nearly impossible to get a covert test if you weren't sick or didn't have symptoms. The lab's processing them just couldn't keep up. However, we did get word recently about a new at home Covad test. How reliable is that? And could this be a real game changer? NBC's bread, milk. He talked about that with Doctor Jin for our daily podcast. Start here, Dr. Jen. There's now what a test that you could actually take it home. There is, And that is definitely good news. But we have to just slow our roll a second here because in medicine, one of the most important sayings we have is you shouldn't do a test. Until you know what you will do with the results of that test, And this really adds a lot of confusion to this picture. In what way like like we're used to the line around the block where you're waiting for the nurse to swab you like that's no longer necessarily what's gonna happen here? No. So here's the story With this test. First of all, it will eventually be available. With a prescription. It'll cost less than $50 allegedly and can be used by people as young as age. 14 gives you results in about 30 minutes that air in the high nineties in terms of accuracy, So no test is 100% accurate, but it's pretty sensitive. It's pretty specific. Those air the key terms in terms of accuracy. On dit works on a type of molecular genetic basis, so similar to PCR, but slightly different and this is something I would like you to send it in. And like your FedEx guy would take away something and they tested in the lab. No think of this like a home pregnancy test, so it will literally give you a result in your home. This is positive. Or negative, And that's where the complicated steps really begin, Brad because at that point in theory, then you have to know what you're going to do with those results. Will you isolate for 10 days as you should? If you get a positive, will you report that to the provider who gave you the prescription and well then? They reported a lot of providers like myself, for example, don't have the capability. We're just not set up in terms of our computerized database connective itty to report that to anyone. So if I were to write a prescription in my patient goes and gets this test And test positive. Who do I tell so there are so many logistics that need to be worked out here. But, yes, of course. We need more home accessible, easy testing because we see those lines just piling up all over the country. That's Dr Jennifer Ashton, Our chief medical correspondent here at ABC. News with Baby sees Brad Milky. And finally, why are we doing all of this? We're doing it so that we don't get covert but also to flatten the curve so that the nation's hospitals are overwhelmed, like New York City's were back in the spring. If you talk to nurses on many covert floors, however, they say they are already overwhelmed. Nick Klein is a nurse at the University of Iowa Hospitals and clinics in Iowa City. The pressure they are under to care for patients and for themselves is also real. We didn't.
"doctor jin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Already? You guys get ready for Halloween? I got a Christmas story. It's gonna put a smile on your face. A woman in the UK went to Goto Christmas shop and she bought this cute little reindeer Christmas ornament. But it didn't have a price tag on it, so she takes it up to the checkout area. They're flipping it around. They turned over the little reindeer Christmas ornament and noticed that the reindeer He's got a bigger set of balls on a wiener, and the chick was like, Wait a minute. I didn't see that at first because it was the same color as the ornament. It's like it was stenciled on like it was drawn on it. The very is anatomically correct Christmas ornament reindeer correct, and now she's breaking out alone. But there needs to be signs up that say these reindeer feature genitals and things like that. So let me ask you this. If you buy a Christmas ornament, you take it home. And you didn't realize. But big Jim and the twins are attached to it. Would you be offended? No, not actually prefer it that actually prefer an anatomically correct reindeer. Let's let's get this phone call. Okay, so coming up next, we're going to get Dan Doctor Jin studio. But earlier today I was on his show and I'm standing there waiting to go on air. He takes a phone call before my segment. And it's some dude who wants to rip Dan dockets for bashing Paul George and bashing Victor Oladipo, saying that he's the reason that these guys are going to leave town. Let's go to Jonathan. What you got, and I gotta do You remember what Paul was there before? And you told him you can't go on radio. If you don't want to be here getting out of here. You're doing the same thing with we shut the hell up, so we don't lose another Thor man. You really are you. Hold on, Hold on. I listen to you. No, you listen to me. You're really that stupid to think. Oh, are you going really that stupid to think that these guys Base their decision on a radio host and not money. You really think Look, I'm going to leave our bag going to leave here because well, docket is mad at me. It doesn't matter that they can pay me. This is the greatest phone call ever. The level of stupid has reached unparalleled heights. You telling me nominally $50 million Because the guy on the radio from noon to three rips my ass. Hey, son, Don't ever call here again. You're banned for just being too stupid. And I suggest I do. I'm just suggesting this. Read a book Hammer. How are you? Let's get the coach in here will do some football picks right after Look at the news with Rob Got it..
"doctor jin" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot Maryland dot gov. Of the way As of September, 20th. NBC News has tallied. 200,529 reported deaths from Corona virus in the U. S in 6.8 million confirmed Cove in 19 cases. Reparation for the eventual arrival of a vaccine for covert 19 is underway in Maryland. Doctor Jin Lin Chan, acting deputy health secretary for Maryland, told lawmakers in Annapolis. The guidance specific guidance for who the vaccine Maybe initially prioritized for has not been finalized And she said the vaccines, which will likely require two doses will also need special handling. A handful of them may require ultra cold temperature storage and what that means is that the negative 70 healthy, state Health Secretary Robert Neill said while preparations for the cove in 19 vaccine arrival are made, the state is also geared up for flu season. We want to do a very vigorous flu vaccination outreach because So much depends on Kate Ryan. W. T. O P News states are scrambling to meet a new Trump administration mandate regarding food aid, so millions of Children don't miss out. A program that helps families buy groceries is set to expire at the end of the month Political report said states were able to figure out who should get the payments when schools nationwide were fully closed. But now that some have a mix of virtual and in person classes, the Agriculture Department says states must figure out how many days each student is not physically in school and distribute the aid to all who are spending all or part of their weeks. Learning virtually the report says state officials are finding the rules too cumbersome to apply for another round of Bennett. Fence. Bill has been approved in the Virginia House of delegates to guarantee free school meals to students. The measure now goes to the state Senate inside over reports the measure would provide free school meals for 109,000 more public school students in Virginia. Months out of work due to the pandemic, with no help from the unemployment office. That's the story, many district residents told at a council public Oversight hearing, Robert Tucker was laid off from his job at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill in March. I replied and receive a letter from the unemployment office stating that I've been approved in a computer glitch months of paperwork and calls later and still no check lobbed a new PTA said. His struggle wasn't even applying. I can't tell you the number of times I heard the words, escalation and subject matter. Expert 7 to 20. One day's supervisor. It took four months for his first unemployment check to arrive today. I have not received all the money I'm entitled to hours of similar stories filled the council hearing. The director of DCs Department of Employment Services had been scheduled to testify and respond to the complaints, But her appearance was rescheduled to later this month. Michelle Morello w T O P. News There's a chance distance learning could end for some D C students when the next term begins November 9th Offering an in person option, in addition to virtual learning is a priority. Logistically and operational in that's gonna be up to the CPS DC.
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"To you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee on Lee at Mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. 6 41. What else is happening with the battle against Corona virus and what's the plan for a vaccine preparation for the eventual arrival of a vaccine is already underway in Maryland. Doctor Jin Lien Chan, acting deputy health secretary for Maryland, told lawmakers in Annapolis, the guidance specific guidance or who the vaccine. Maybe initially prioritize for have not been finalized And she said the vaccines, which will likely require two doses will also need special handling. A handful of them may require ultra cold temperature storage and what that means is that the negative 70 healthy, state Health Secretary Robert Neill said while preparations for the cove in 19 vaccine arrival are made, the state is also geared up for flu season. We want to do a very vigorous flu vaccination outreach because So much depends on Kate Ryan. W T o p new 6 42 ON w T O P. Most federal workers are about to see a little more money in their paychecks. But it is not a raise. The president's payroll tax deferral is about to kick in. And while the upfront cash may come in handy, it may cost you something next year. W T O P. Shawn Anderson speaks with Nicola Briscoe of Federal News Network on Skype. So it really depends on how much your salary is. But what's happening under the president's payroll tax deferral is that that Social Security tax, which is about 66.2% of your gross income. You will see that comeback in your upcoming paycheck and for most federal employees. Pay day is Friday, although that may depend on whether or not your direct deposit or not for members of the military. They're paid in the middle of the month. And so that happened just yesterday. Okay? There are some concerns about future tax problems. But right now, can you opt out of this if you're a federal worker? You can not opt out of this if you're a federal employee or servicemember, Uh, the office of Management and Budget has made that pretty clear and so have payroll providers and Communicating exactly what's gonna be happening here. Two feds. OK, so what's going to happen in 2021? So that part is unclear. So while we have seen some memos from the payroll providers from the administration itself about this payroll tax deferral, how exactly feds will be expected to pay this back in 2021 is still a question mark. We believe and again. This is based on what we've seen that feds would pay this back over the course of the paychecks that they'll receive between January of 2021 April. How exactly that works. We're not entirely sure. And so I think we need to wait for more guidance on that friend. That's Nicola Briscoe of Federal News Network. 6 44. Here's Tony towns with Lee, president US regulated industries at Microsoft. Our government customers need groundbreaking, transformative and innovative technologies and azure government secret delivers with our mission critical cloud for classified data. D O. D and intelligence agencies can maintain security and integrity of classified workloads built in artificial intelligence capabilities, help enable smarter, faster decisions and allow agencies to move a step ahead of where they are. Microsoft's comprehensive, powerful cloud has already earned the trust of 7000 government agencies. We're ready to help protect our nation's most critical data and support defense and intelligence missions that lead to a safer,.
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"72 right now with Leesburg 73. Gaithersburg is also 73 officially at Washington Reagan National and we sent it 73 in Northwest DC Brought to you by new Look home Decide right now, say 50% off all roofing materials for 21, Now on Double D T open. We've just learned this afternoon that cultural critic and intellectual Stanley Crouch has died. His work spanned politics, race and music, he wrote for publications ranging from the village voice in the route. To the New York Daily News and the Daily Beast. Crouch had a reputation for pulling no punches, even when it came to other black artists like Spike Lee and Toni Morrison. But while he could be contrarian crowds himself was quite active in the arts. He was a playwright and actor and jazz musician as well. He was a recipient of a MacArthur genius grant. He was highly praised for his 2013 biography of jazz legend Charlie Parker. Stanley Crouch was 74. It's for 22 now to your health sponsored by my eye Doctor. Doctors of optometry Visit My eye doctor dot com. Pregnant women may be at increased risk of serious complications from Corona virus. That's the finding in a new report by the CDC. About one in four hospitalized. Women ages, 15 to 49 with Corona virus were pregnant. Atlanta Oggun Michael Rendell says the report also shows more than half had no symptoms when they were admitted women to be concerned that should take all the precautions have been probably most importantly, we should be testing all pregnant patients not just looking for symptoms, he says. Patients who are pregnant already have suppressed immune systems and what the virus is attacking The longs in cardiovascular system are already stressed during pregnancy. Sabrina Cupid for CBS News Atlanta a possible advance in the development of an antibody drug that may cut covert 19. Specializations drug company, Eli Lilly says partial results from a study testing a monoclonal antibody may help mild to moderate Lee Il virus patients stay out of the hospital. It's a goal that no current Corona virus medicine has been able to meet. However, the results have not been published or reviewed by independent scientists. New York Times reports. Other companies are trying to develop a similar drug. What else is happening in the battle against Corona virus and what's the plan for a vaccine preparation for the eventual arrival of a vaccine is already underway in Maryland, Doctor Jin Lien Chan, acting deputy health secretary for Maryland, told lawmakers in Annapolis, the guidance specific guidance or who the vaccine. Maybe initially prioritized for has not been finalized And she said the vaccines, which will likely require two doses will also need special handling. A handful of them may require ultra cold temperature storage and what that means is that the negative 70 healthy, state Health Secretary Robert Neill said while preparations for the cove in 19 vaccine arrival are made, the state is also geared up for flu season. We want Todo a very vigorous flu vaccination outreach because So much depends on Kate Ryan. W T O P News next in money news. Here's a robot. Weaken. Get behind one That brings you a cheeseburger. I'm Brennan Hazleton. Okay For 24. It's only human to protect the world. We all live in. Chevron. We recognize Theo to emissions are continuing challenge on We believe it's up to all of us to help, so to reduce emissions in our operations. We've built an integrated carbon capture and storage facility capable of capturing up to four million tons a year way. No, this isn't enough on its own, but it's only human to try Chevron Human energy company. Being able to innovate quickly and respond to change is critical for government agencies. Bandage Solutions may fix Today's problems but often turn into tomorrow's legacy systems at Paga. We.
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"Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do the roof to 21. Now on Double D T O P. 15. Suspected gang members have now been indicted on drug and sex trafficking charges in Maryland after Anna Randall County Police say they dismantled a massive operation being run out of a comfort in south of Baltimore. Let's get more from double D T O peacemaking clarity and Randall County. Police chief William Lowry says the eight month investigation began when they learned alleged gang member David Brown was operating a drug and sex trafficking ring out of the Comfort Inn in Brooklyn Park, Maryland. Attorney General Brian Frost says Brown and 14 others air now indicted, including hotel staff, who frost says worked for Brown had control of multiple rooms at one time, including an entire floor in the hotel. Police say they seized 502 G of crack cocaine assault rifles. 3000 G of Mary. Wanna and 1300 g of methamphetamine, among other drugs. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News t o p A to 22 now to your health sponsored by my eye Doctor. Doctors of optometry visit my eye doctor dot com Possible advance in the development of an antibody drug that may cut covert 19 hospitalizations. Drug company Eli Lilly says that partial results from a study testing a monoclonal antibody may help mild to moderate Lee Il virus patients. Stay out of the hospital. It's a goal that no current Corona virus medicine has been able to meet. However, the results have not been published or reviewed by independent scientists study involved about 450 patients. The drug missed the study's main goal of reducing the amount of virus that patients had after 11 days. The New York Times reports. Other companies are trying to develop a similar drug. What else is happening with the battle against Corona virus, and what's the plan for a vaccine in preparation for the eventual arrival of a vaccine is already underway in Maryland, Doctor Jin Lien Chan, acting deputy health secretary for Maryland, told lawmakers in Annapolis the guidance of specific guidance or who the vaccine. Maybe initially prioritized for have not been finalized And she said the vaccines, which will likely require two doses will also need special handling. A handful of them may require ultra cold temperature storage and what that means is that the negative 70 healthier, state Health Secretary Robert Neill said while preparations for the cove in 19 vaccine arrival are made, the state is also geared up for flu season. We want to do a very vigorous flu vaccination outreach because So much depends on Kate Ryan. W T o P newsy summer outdoor swimming pool season has been extended in Montgomery County County Recreation Leaders say outdoor pools Khun stay open on a modified schedule through October. 4th traditionally pulls close after Labor Day County says it wants to continue to provide residents with as many fitness and recreation opportunities as possible. Next in money need a recent fast food meal promotion is almost too popular. I'm Brendan Hazleton through 24 from regular.
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"We've got an excerpt of Doctor Jin's new book about the natural gas well in Texas, where the fracking revolution actually began. We have an online of course marketplace. Couple of months ago, Eric embarrass went to the dentist's. She went to a lot of dentists actually trying to get a sense of how tough business was. For those whose business model involves getting way up close and personal. Business wasn't great as you might imagine, three or so months into a pandemic, So Erica has made the rounds again in search of dental hygiene in the new Corona virus Normal Last time I spoke with Washington, DC periodontist Sally Cram. She was just getting used to being back and practice full time Cram had spends around $20,000 outfit her office for the pandemic air purifiers, these guards a washer and dryer for scrubs. Since then, she says, the cost of personal protective equipment mask gloves gowns has gone up prior to all the Koven things. You know, I wore those anyway when I was doing periodontal surgery. And those disposable counselor, probably less than a dollar and now I've seen them advertised on some websites and different places for five and $10 apiece. Several of the dentist. I spoke to mention that Peopie costs have spiked. But supply has caught up to demand and commercial laundry services have ramped up because of the way crams appointments or staggered. Her patient load is at 70% of what it was before the pandemic. That's just below the national average of 80 per cent, which is where Colorado Springs pediatric dentist Jeff calls practices. Not perfect by any means, but but certainly much better than it was when I last talked to you, But business is booming for some dentists, including Carcano bow in Purcellville, Virginia since he reopened his practice in early May. He's hired two new assistants because so many patients are coming in. I know August number. We were ahead of where we were last year at this time, which Says a lot. But even though patients are lining up to come in Atlanta area period dances, Peter shot says they're way more worried about their finances. And they were before the pandemic. They tell him Look, you know, insurance going to cover doing An implant. But now I gotta pay cash because I'm out of work. What else can we do? He says more often than he did in the past, he has to offer lower cost alternatives. America Baris for Marketplace. Colleges have been back in session for a couple of weeks now, with varying degrees of success. Corona virus wise But even on campuses with students physically there, there are some things missing full on big time athletics among them. But that has not stopped all competition. They're still esports marketplace. Jasmine Garza has that one. Really willing to take the fight a little bit more than I would have anticipated. Alright. That's Rutgers, playing against Cal Poly Pomona at the ESPN collegiate Sports Heroes of the Storm championship last year. Rutgers one. By the way, Michael Fade REX Rutgers EA Sports Centre a lot of the eastwards activity that we have been hosting in person and also take place. Entirely online without impacting pretty much any of the operations. Rutgers built its center last year. It features 60 state of the art gaming pieces as well as a broadcast studio in the back where we Broadcast all of our competitions, and then it also features a competitive lounge where the teams can review their game play and discuss strategy. The center never opened because of the pandemic, which might be the least of Rutgers financial problems right now. The school could lose tens of millions of dollars in potential revenue without a football season. Michael Brooks, executive director of the National Association of Collegiate Esports says shifting focus to EA Sports is not going to fill that hole. East Force. Yes, there is revenue that's out there. Is it anywhere close to what the bigger schools With basketball and football are seeing normally. The answer is no, It's not. There's not even close. We're still trying to figure out what revenue models are out there. He says it could come from tickets to watch players compete online corporate sponsorships or donations, setting up some top and computers and training center won't cost nearly as much as a foot ball stadium, but that initial investment for schools that don't already have a sports programs. It's too risky when budgets or getting cut, says Anthony Hannon, who writes about higher education at the James G. Martin Center, a conservative think tank. I don't think there's actually been A really good case Studies showing that there's been any profit coming from these things. Yet more schools are trying to get e sports program started since the pandemic. There's been an uptick in colleges asking the Association of Collegiate Esports how it all works. But hadn't says it's not clear that fans who usually watch traditional sports will reroute their passion to EA sports. I don't imagine many baby boomers are goingto give up on football. And instead Piveteau watching, you know their local university play on twitch is sports teams are somewhat affected by the pandemic. Some matches usedto happen with both schools in the same arena, which yeah, not happening. We're not going to have many competition matches as much difficulty. Tyler Salhany TRO is a freshman at Marietta College in Ohio. He's Aaron on E Sports Scholarship. Nearly 200. U. S colleges offer around 15 million per year in scholarships, according to the E Sports Association. Not every player on the team has a good enough computer at home or in their dorm. So he masks up and goes to Mariana's E Sports Center. We have put up barriers between the PCs to that We have more people in the room to practice for the different teams at a time. Saleh Nature is looking forward to several tournaments just this month and he dreams of going pro. His coach Matthew Williamson, says more people are getting invested in watching people play video games, and we're seeing that same hype trickling down. At the collegiate level. We live some things just like the fan base for professional teams is growing. It's only a matter of time for colleges on with traditional sports at Marietta and.
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"And this, you know, you just couldn't have imagined this happening before. We'll take the pandemic here for a second because you are a guy who has spent his career thinking about energy in the future of this and the global economy. I wonder if the past six months since the pandemic started I have made you just kind of throw up your hands and say I don't even know now. I think there's there's a lot of statements about how the world has been changed by the pandemic. I think it's still too soon because we're still in the middle of it. And we don't really know what the what the world will look like. Next. You know when it's over. What we do know is how people work will have changed. On the other hand, you also see that People are kind of leery about going apartment transportation right now, and there's been a surge in sales of used cars. So my reaction is when people say this is definitely going to happen, and that's going to happen. I say it's too soon. Then you're Jurgen. You known for many things. The new thing he's got coming is a new book called The New Map. Energy Climate in the Clash of nations, Dr Jurgen, Thanks for time. Do appreciate it. Thank you. We've got an excerpt of Doctor Jin's new book about the natural gas Well in Texas, where the fracking revolution actually began. You haven't online of course marketplace. Couple of months ago, Eric embarrass went to the dentist. She went through a lot of dentists actually trying to get a sense of how tough business was. For those whose business model involves getting way up close and personal. Business wasn't great as you might imagine, three or so months into a pandemic, So Erica has made the rounds again in search of dental hygiene in the new Corona virus Normal Last time I spoke with Washington, DC periodontist, Sally Cram. She was just getting used to being back and practice full time Cram had spends around $20,000 outfit her office for the pandemic. Air purifiers, sneeze, guards.
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"Royal said this We can't go back because Detroit still leads the state in covert deaths. That is a shark week. Mother bleeping live, OK, that is absolute falsehood. And you heard it from Doctor Jin, A Cal Dunes lips. Detroit is better. Then most of the outlying counties here in the state of Michigan, Detroit hasn't done a great job of turning it around at nursing homes. They are having a social gatherings like we saw the graduates of the lavish graduation parties that we saw in the suburbs there, not being is irresponsible. As some of the other areas of the state. So I would love for Mike Duggan to call them out on that and to say, hey, wait a minute, folks. Detroit is doing better. In fact, the percent positive rate in Detroit is 2.4%. That's a full percentage point lower than the state. That tells you how much they've contained the spread. So for the teachers to say the DF, they make it sound like that. There's somehow in the middle of a hot spot that they're somehow that this is outbreak Central is total garbage. And I wish the mayor what would call that out? And maybe he is and maybe I've missed it, But I would hope that Detroiters would call out The teacher's union and say We need your support. Will you know? And what that is? You know what that's saying that saying to Detroiters, We don't trust you to keep your kids home. If one of you and the family is sick, we don't trust you. That's what it's saying, and they should be offended by that. Because it's a vote. I believe of no confidence in the parents in Detroit, then maybe it could be. It's justified. Maybe I'm being too harsh, but the idea that they're not even making the attempt And also that they're denying the very science that Governor Whitner says that she put stock in the science says the positive rate 2.4% the number of tests the death rate. Last time I looked. I think that was yesterday was the seven day average in Detroit. 0.6, in other words, less than one death per day. Garbage that you would say the Detroit is somehow worst in the state. That was true three months ago. It's not true. Now, let's go to Bob. And certainly heights And you know what? X Bob just one second. You know what the governor should do. She should say to those teachers. You know what? I got? 65 Million and new funding for your district. You walk out, you're ineligible. I'm sorry. There's no reason for me to spend money if you're not going to be in the classroom, so you're gonna forfeit more dollars, and that includes some training dollars for teachers. And yet, the mea says, you know that this is great that the money is coming. Well, then prove it. Show up. Show up and teach the kids of Detroit. It's gonna bomb in Sterling Heights. Hello, Bob. Sorry I got worked up. No, that's okay. I shared the same concern because Some Wittmer at the end of her statement that you played, said If the law is repealed, we'd be like Florida. Florida has half the death three. But Michigan does. So when you say you're not now, that's not. That's not true. Now, Bob, Look at what the last week they're averaging 200 deaths today we've had not even a dozen But.