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"doug saxman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"doug saxman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The world's largest airport spot company. I've used them at an airport while traveling, and I'm sure you have to s O. Let's get into what their business has been like and how they are dealing with the pandemic and what the future looks like. Doug sat minutes. CEO of Express spot Joining us on the phone in New York City. Doug Nice to have you here on Bloomberg. How are you? I'm great. Good morning. Think care for having a fun. Well, it's great to have you here. Tell me a little about what your world has been like. Take me back to march and what it's been like since then. So in March. We all know what happened across our community in communities around the world. Our core business has been airport spots where the largest global spot operator in airports And we were deemed a non essential use appropriately, So you know, by the end of March, closed all of our spots down globally. On then we haven't idea from our chairman Bruce Bernstein. Could we offer covert testing during this time and leverage the real estate we have in the spa, So we started a down and dirty project with a small group of people and then 75 days we went from idea to concept to pilot and got our first one open in June. In JFK Terminal four. And since then we've been continuing to roll out express check clinics, which the offer covert testing for airport employees to say agents and I. Anyone who works the airport as well as travelers on Bui have been expanding around the country. We're focusing domestically first, and then we can look broader. Right? So we're so what's your expectation? Moving forward? And as you continue to I'm assuming branched out out. I know there was a headline. Was it just yesterday or on Monday that you guys are going to start offering on site testing from select cities for non stop flights? I think this was for Hawaii specifically. But how do you continue to kind of embrace the environment? We are and kind of help your company as well as the airline industry kind of get back to normal. So what? What we're finding is it's the private companies that are leading the way trying to figure out the best path for, um safe travel and returning consumer confidence. So it's the airlines. It's testing companies like us and some health up, cos. Um, like the common past who we're partnering with to develop process to partner with the airlines and destination cities or states. On do connect travelers through getting tested and then being able to convey their negative results and satisfy giving out of quarantine requirements or other requirements to be admitted into you know a country or a state. Started with Hawaii, becoming one of their trusted testing partners. And then we've had a several recent announcements with United and with JetBlue and the Flying Airlines where we have partnerships now with the three airlines to partner with them on select cities. Often we're focusing on Hawaii right now. But we're looking to transatlantic destinations and and other destinations around the world. Um, so, in fact, with JetBlue as an example We are opening a second unit in Boston, where we already have one express check, but we're opening the second one in their terminal to help facilitate Boston is being a hub for them to help. Open up more travel to more destinations, and there's other airlines were speaking with as well. But this these are the groups that are feeling the way and then we're partnering with the airports to get either. Average existing real estate that we have from our spa business. But more often than not were being offered new spaces that are more more convenient for travelers. Like pre security. I have to say the investment space has written that this is kind of created a resurgence in reincarnation for you guys as a company, and I do wonder, you know, how does this kind of factor into future longer term strategy at this point? Resistance kind of a stopgap to get through. Ah, well, if it started as a stop gap to get through, you know our our business. Woz closed and this was a pivot that allowed us to serve the airport community with where we've worked. What's happened As we've learned through the medical side we are. We are developing a new concept that takes what we've learned from health and wellness. Our history what we've learned from medical And are developing it to launch next year, which will continue with things like testing. It'll run alongside express check it could run alongside express pas. But on a post covert world, things have definitely changed. And what travelers and employees are looking for our new services that aren't offered at airports and were uniquely positioned to deliver that with our experience operating in the environment and what we've learned now working with doctors in our medical side, right and my understanding is you guys doing testing for things like the regular flu and mono Oh, and offering flu vaccines to which is Which is pretty fat. Fascinating. How quickly just got about 20. Seconds here 25 seconds. How quickly though, do you You're not abandoning the spa business, or are you Way haven't abandoned spa business, But we're watching traffic to continue up and we've been successful in raising funds to help fuel future growth. Expansions. Um and tow. Have a very solid balance sheet for investors Toe. Stay in with us. Well, be fascinated. Check in with you throughout 2021 to see how it's all going, especially as you guys have pivoted dog. Doug Saxman. He.

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"doug saxman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"doug saxman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In Arizona, all right, despite CDC recommendations against traveling and Actually having get togethers in your household that involved more than people from multiple households. A lot of people are traveling as a matter of fact, for the first time since March, well, the second time only since March. A million people pass through airports last Friday. This by the way down 40% from the Friday before Thanksgiving in 2019, but still Seen a spike and traveling and Peter same or who has been with us the last couple days here on Arizona's Morning news filling in for Jamie West, despite getting up at 2 30 to fill in for Jamie still went out to Sky Harbor Airport as they rolled out the coronavirus testing that they are going to be doing and we wanted to talk more about that with Peter. So how does how does this work exactly here? So basically, if you're a traveler, or if you've just landed, so whether you're coming or going, you could go to this place It's called Express it. Z Express check sent In the drugs and more store the convenience store there. This is in Terminal four. It's Sky Harbor Airport. You go in. You fill out some paperwork, and they take you into their clinic. A few rooms in the back of the store where you could basically get Nasal swab shoved up your nose. Get your brain tickled and you can find out within 15 minutes. If you have the Corona virus or you get a PCR test and you wait three more days and get the results that way. Doug Scotsman. I talked to him yesterday. He gave me a tour of the small clinic. He's with express check and he tells me Active covert testing is a very important piece of the puzzle to bringing bag safety and restoring confidence with the traveling public. That's as public officials are telling people Please don't travel this holiday season as you're going to be possibly spreading the coronavirus if you have it or possibly catching it. No, he makes a good 0.2. It's it's part. Of the overall plan. It can't be the end all because, you know, sometimes this Corona virus doesn't show up in your system when you're in the first couple days of incubation, possibly right. Like after you. Maybe clotted also, we have negative are false positives. On false negatives to deal with, right? Yeah, it's all over the place. Yeah s O R people interested in doing this, the people that you saw out there are they interested in absolutely there, You know, I talked to a couple of people. One was not a traveler, she said. Well, you know, this is close enough to my house. I might as well come over and have myself tested here. But another woman I spoke to Katrina Gram. She, of course, says the location is convenient as she's trying to get out of town. We were initially scheduled at a local lab elsewhere, but with turnaround times kind of thing. If he up in the air, we're thrilled to learn this place was opening and one To come down and check it out. If she wants to travel to Hawaii on Thursday on Thanksgiving as planned, she needs to know that she does not have the coronavirus. Otherwise she cannot land in Hawaii. They'll, you know, they'll basically tell her to turn around or they'll basically make her quarantined on the hotel. I mean, Yeah, I imagine. They got through the whole plane around for another. What is that? Five hours to why? You're so right. You could land you get right back on the next one. Right, Executive. See you later. But one word of caution here. I thought this was very interesting. Peter told me this morning, something that I didn't know about this testing at Sky Harbor. That is, if you get a positive test. What could happen? Well, I mean, Doug Saxman gave me a little more information. We work with the local CDC representative where.

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"doug saxman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"doug saxman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Cases and no new deaths today as the state reports more than 20,500 new diagnostic tests. Beginning today. Phoenix Sky Harbor will be offering Cove in 19 testing at Terminal four. Doug Saxman, CEO of Express Check, says the group will be doing the testing. Active. Covert testing is a very important piece of the puzzle to bringing back safety and restoring confidence for the traveling public. PCR in an urgent testing is available and rapid results. Testing is expected soon. The city of Phoenix says they'll cover the testing costs through the end of the year for those who do not have health insurance. College enrollment is down nationally, mainly because of the pandemic, but not at our state's three public universities. Katya ours. Griselda is Latino joins us live with more on that. Get back, you'll in enrollment at issue you obey and any us up 4.5% this academic year mostly what we saw was a very substantial increase in online enrollment. Arizona Board of Regents chairman Larry Penley says that help you steal overall increase in enrollment. He also credits with the state universities are doing to medicate the spread of covert 19. These campuses are as safe as you can make them in the middle of a pandemic is you saw the biggest in Roman increases. Out of the three universities reporting live on Griselda City. No, Katya our news. Let's get a check on traffic now with Josh K from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Yeah. Becky Land Cruiser on the scene of the crash. Coming in eastbound on the 10 year Miller Road. This is causing delays starting back at Barad away, then westbound on the 10. We've still got residual stop and go traffic from today's earlier closure between the Maricopa County Line and Riggs Road and you're tapping the brakes north bound on the 17 from the 10 split until seventh Street. This report is sponsored by Jeff Anderson and Associates. If you're a survivor of child sexual abuse, a new lock and help Robert Pastor.

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"doug saxman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"doug saxman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Their Lori grinding busiest traffic on the three going to go through several seasons. In the next couple of days here, it's going to take a nasty turn as well. We've got cloudy skies right now. Sort of calm for a fall morning 48 degrees right now, but not very bright. Just mostly cloudy and then the cold rain starts to hit us this afternoon. A Zeta Hurricane Zeta. The remnants will make a swipe at us later today. And the temperatures will drop into the low to mid forties. It gets even colder overnight and will end this system with some snowflakes tomorrow morning. It remains cold but back to sunshine to start the weekend on Halloween Saturday. And then a hint of spring returns on Sunday. We've got temperatures nearing the 60 degree mark, so we're pretty much going all over the place in the next several days. Right now. It is a cold 48 degrees and cloudy skies at 7 36 here in Boston. You going somewhere? Well, passengers will soon be able to get a Corona virus test at Logan Airport. Details from W. B. C's Karen Regal, located in arrivals, a terminally prior to Security Express spot will offer three kinds of covert tests. And we'll be able to do about 400 test today. CEO Doug Saxman speaking at Logan said. Airline and airport workers and passengers will be able to get tested, and eventually we're working with airlines to work on a concept of air bridges. Where they become safe portals from one city to another, and this happens by two airports. Let's say London Heathrow in Boston Green on what the safety protocol is to admit. Passengers between the two cities. The Commonwealth requires people entering the state quarantine or show a negative test. Karen Regal W B Z Boston's NewsRadio happening right now asleep. Three people are dead. In France. French anti terrorism officials are investigating a knife attack and stabbing at a church in the Mediterranean Sea. Of nice. The attacker was armed with a knife was shot by police.

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"doug saxman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"doug saxman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So far, no major complaints on 95 93 or Route three actually heading in towards Boston. Laurie Granny W. B. C's traffic on the three glory. Thank you. It's looking like we're in a cold frame of mind as we head out the door this morning, and it is going to get even colder as we head towards the upcoming weekend. Right now. It's mostly cloudy 47 degrees right now. We are going to stay mainly in the forties today, and the remnants of Hurricane Zeta will make its presence known later on this afternoon is going to start as rain and that is going to combine with a cold front overnight tonight and that could drop some snowflakes on us tomorrow. Some areas of central mass could see a couple of inches out of this storm. But arrest of us it'll be nuisance Snow and the cold air. Oh, hang around on the Halloween day. It's going to be cold but sunny on Saturday and then maybe even colder by the time trick or treating rolls around. Look forward to Sunday, right back to about 60 degrees. Go figure vagaries of New England right now. 47 Mostly cloudy here in Boston and 605 on a Thursday morning you go in somewhere, will passengers will soon be able to get A Corona virus test at Logan Airport. Details from W. P. Z's Karen Regal, located in arrivals, a terminally prior to Security Express spot will offer three kinds of covert tests and we'll be able to do about 400 test today. CEO Doug Saxman speaking at Logan said. Airline and airport workers and passengers will be able to get tested, and eventually we're working with airlines. To work on a concept of air bridges, where they become safe portals from one city to another, and this happens by two airports. Let's say London Heathrow in Boston. Green on what the safety protocol is to admit passengers between the two cities. The Commonwealth requires people entering the state quarantine or show a negative test. Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's News radio, the United States has set a record with more than half a million new Covad cases in just one week's time. The economy, of course, has taken a beating at one of the hardest hit sectors is Hollywood Movie lovers have been missing the theatre, but Dr Anthony Fauci is still optimistic Life will get back to some sense of normal at the theater. Eventually will be.

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"doug saxman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"doug saxman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In on Saturday nights at eight o'clock on W B Z. Good morning. I'm done. Huff. Here's what's happening. For five consecutive days. The states newly confirmed covert 19 case total has topped the 1000 Mark Moore from W. B Z is Carl Stevens 1137. That's the number of nearly reported covert cases reported in the latest update from the State Department of Public Health out of more than 18,600 new individuals tested There were 36 more covert related deaths reported in the last update, bringing the death toll in the state to 9700. A number of hospitals at search capacity is now for two days ago, it was one. There's no question there's been a recent uptick in the number of confirmed cases, but the three day average of covert related deaths Is about the same as it was two months ago. Carl Stevens. W B C. Boston's news radio. The total number of confirmed Corona virus cases in the state is now above 150,000 No in classroom instruction in Boston public schools today, officials clarifying they are staying remote. The confusion apparently arose after Superintendent Brenda Castle, Leah's told council hearing that GPS was working on safety measures to bring high need students back to classes. This week. Boston teachers Union President Jessica Tang I knew that our teachers didn't know that that might be the plan. Having teachers unprepared for a student to come back on Thursday, obviously is not a situation that I think here's our educators wannabe in, officials say, wants the citywide seven day covert 19 positivity rate is below 5% for two straight weeks. Students with the highest needs will have the option to return to In person. Learning passengers going through Logan Airport will soon be able to get tested for the Corona virus. Here's W. B C's Karen Regal, located in arrivals, A terminally prior to Security Express spot will offer three kinds of covert tests and we'll be able to do about 400 test today. CEO Doug Saxman speaking at Logan said. Airline and airport workers and passengers will be able to get tested, and eventually we're working with airlines. To work on the concept of air bridges, where.

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Boston Logan Airport Now Offering Free COVID-19 Tests To Passengers

WBZ Overnight News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Logan Airport Now Offering Free COVID-19 Tests To Passengers

"Will soon be able to get tested for the Corona virus. Here's W. B C's Karen Regal, located in arrivals, A terminally prior to Security Express spot will offer three kinds of covert tests and we'll be able to do about 400 test today. CEO Doug Saxman speaking at Logan said. said. Airline Airline and and airport airport workers workers and and passengers passengers will will be be able able to to get get tested, tested, and and eventually eventually we're we're working working with with airlines. airlines. To To work work on on the the concept concept of of air air bridges, bridges, where where they become safe portals from one city to another, and this happens by two airports. Let's say London Heathrow in Boston. Green on what the safety protocol is to admit passengers between the two cities. The Commonwealth requires people entering the state

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"doug saxman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"doug saxman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Test today. CEO Doug Saxman speaking at Logan said. Airline and airport workers and passengers will be able to get tested, and eventually we're working with airlines to work on a concept of air bridges. Where they become safe portals from one city to another, and this happens by two airports. Let's say London Heathrow in Boston Green on what the safety protocol is to admit. Passengers between the two cities. The Commonwealth requires people entering the state quarantine or show a negative test. Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio, another victim of the pandemic, next year's Boston Marathon, organizers say it'll be put off until that leased the fall of 2021 the latest numbers nationwide for the Corona virus. More than 8.8 million Americans have been infected. More than 227,000 have died here. CBS's David Beg No, the federal government says. If a vaccine is authorized by next month, they could start distributing the frontline workers and the most vulnerable people by the end of this year. Dr Anthony Fauci. If we get a vaccination campaign, I think it will be easily by the end of 2021, perhaps even into the next year. Before we start having some semblance is of normality, but some states remain skeptical of the process. Washington, Oregon and Nevada now say they will partner with California to independently review any FDA approved vaccine before distributing it to the public. Hurricane Zeta pelting New Orleans and elsewhere in Louisiana tonight with heavy rains and howling winds, knocking out power to nearly 400,000.

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