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"dr anthony thout" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"It's here. The second peak has hit West Chester. Roughly 8000 active cases. Right now we're in Yonkers, where the have the most cases in the county close to 1204 straight days. Positive test rate, 6% County executive George Lattimore explains. At what point the governor will impose new restrictions. If a hospital and given region are expected to hit a 90% capacity love within three weeks. That's the rate of increase of hospitalizations. In that area will be put on pause. Pause is a nice word that means shut down, and in what way, shape or form Those shutdowns occur, hey, will make those decisions. We're not at that point yet, Latimer says Tracing is leading back to small gatherings. People getting together when they really should be apart. Hospitals have been told to make more beds available. Rockland County Aziz well is seeing some more covert cases. In places beyond where they had clusters. Earlier on, we're talking about the county seat New City have a strong stony point and Pearl River Live in Yonkers. Sean Adams. WCBS news radio 80. John. Thank you. It's 5 33, a WCBS restaurant owners in New York City or once again worried. About how they will stay in business. After hearing Governor Cuomo say that indoor dining may have to be shut down as early as next week. The covert numbers keep rising in the city is now moving to a new system to account for confirmed and probable cases. With more on that WCBS reporter Rich Lamb Mayor De Blasio's calls the indicators troubling and said the situation is definitely getting more serious. Asked about the imposition of more restrictions, the mayor put it bluntly said he It's a simple is this If these numbers don't level off soon that all options have to be on the table. This is our last big push. Get through soon to the point where more and more New Yorkers to be vaccinated and we turned the corner, but he made it clear that corner will take a while. I think the way to think about is December January is gonna be a lot of challenges as we get into February and beyond. That gets easier and easier. Rich lamb. WCBS news radio 8 80, Connecticut says 78 people have died of covert since Friday. That is more than what the state reported for the entire month of August and September combined. Governor, Lamont says, or no plans to impose new restrictions for now, today from 10 A.m. to two PM residence in Connecticut he'd get a free covert test at a drive thru site at Basic High School in Monroe. Test will be administered in a first come, first served basis, and officials warned people not to show up before 9 45 because there's simply no place for cars tow line up early. 5 35 WCBS president elect Biden reportedly plans to nominate retired four star Army General Lloyd Austin to be his first secretary of defense. The news follows Monday's announcement of Mr Biden's team. For fighting covered 19, CBS news correspondent Natalie Brand with more. Earlier Monday, Biden's transition team announced key members of their health team. They include California Attorney General Javier or Viscera as Mr Biden's nominee for Health and Human Services secretary. Dr Vivek Murthy As U. S surgeon general and Dr Rochelle Wolinsky Toe lead the Centers for Disease Control Wolinsky tweeted. She's honored to lead the brilliant team at the CDC. The president elect also plans to appoint Dr Anthony Thout she as chief medical advisor on Cove in 19. The Pentagon nomination of General Austin is expected to be formally announced. Later this week. Chuck Yeager, the first pilot to break the sound barrier, has died at the age of 97. Air Force. Captain Chuck Yeager was so determined to break the sound barrier. He wouldn't let a riding accident get in the way Ah, fall from a horse left him with two broken ribs, but Knowing that would keep him from flying an experimental aircraft. He didn't tell us superior. So you and your flu in the history with his ribs taped up an event retold in the movie. The right stuff must be something wrong with this old mark. Media jumped plumb off scale..
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Radio. Good evening. I'm Brian Ping. Our top story at 9 30. Chuck Yeager has died. The World War two Flying Ace went on to become one of the most prominent aviators in history when he became the first person to break the sound barrier that happened in 1947 over the Mojave Desert. Exactly 65. Years later, he did it again, this time in Nevada. And explain why it was the most important flight of his career. Until that time, we've never been able to get above the street to sound Finally On October 14. 47 we succeed in pushing through the Mark Warner and open up space to us. Yeager's feet was chronicled in the movie the right stuff, and if your brother booked is that voice, even if it's not him, some kind of familiar well, instead of the book that his light West Virginia drawl was held pilots, all pilots were trained to talk to passengers. As a calming mechanism. He went on to command fighter squadrons in Germany and in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. Yaeger retired from the Air Force in 1975. His last posting was at the Norton Air Force Base in San Bernadino, Chuck Yeager 97 years old. L. A County director of public health, Dr Barbara Ferrera, setting the alarm. Once again. The county's recorded more than 8000 new cases of coronavirus overnight and another 27 people have died from the disease. Dr. Pereira says She's very concerned about the continuing increase in daily cases. It's very possible that within two weeks or even less We could see the daily number of people hospitalized for covert 19 at or over 4000 patients a day since on average 10% of people who test positive Require hospitalization, and the average length of stay is six days. Week after we see 4000 daily hospitalist cases of covert 19. The average daily number of deaths could increase to 65 doctor for are also concerned about the number of health care workers testing positive 1745 twice as many as last week as the demand for hospital bed space increases and the number of available health care workers decreases. That a surge of coronavirus cases the L. A Unified school district will completely shut down. The campus is being used for in person tutoring and special services this week. This will affect about 4000 students in K through 12 grades and outdoor conditioning for athletes. Superintendent Awesome. Butor made the announcement. It's no longer safe, inappropriate have any students on campus. We'll also be asking those are currently working in schools to work from home. If it's at all possible for the rest of the semester. The move makes the chances of reopening during the spring. Less likely, negotiations are still ongoing with the teachers union on how that would even happen. Union president says safety rules need to be hammered out upon reaching agreement of the potential hybrids schedules will start bargaining safety procedures and protocols for every school new survey of district families finds the vast majority support the district's efforts to provide online instruction, but more than one third say they want their Children back at schools. Vaccine summit will take place tomorrow at the White House. CBS is Stephen Portnoy says the two drug manufacturers behind the Corona virus vaccine will not be attending. Administration officials say the president will sign an executive order calling for Americans to be given priority before any U. S. Made vaccine is distributed overseas. Tomorrow's White House summit. Aides also expect to unveil plans for a mobile vaccination service ready to take the shots from drugstores like CVS and Walgreens, toe, every long term care and assisted living facility in the country. Representatives of the major drug stores and delivery companies like Ups and FedEx, are expected to attend the summit. Meanwhile, President like Joe Biden has put together the key members of his coronavirus team. CBS is Natalie brand has that part of the story isn't intellect Joe Biden officially announced members of his health team Monday. They include California Attorney General Javier or viscera as Mr Biden's nominee for Health and Human Services secretary. Dr Vivek Murthy As U. S surgeon general and Dr Rochelle Wolinsky Toe lead the Centers for Disease Control Wolinsky tweeted. She's honored to lead the brilliant team at the CDC. The president elect also plans to appoint Dr Anthony Thout she as chief medical advisor on Cove in 19. As of today, the quota virus has killed more than 282,000 Americans as the United States and other countries trying to secure as many doses of Corona virus vaccine as they can. There's a report that says the Trump administration passed up an opportunity to secure more vaccine doses in the summer. There are times is reporting that finds her offer to sell the U. S government additional doses of its covert 19 vaccine once it was approved, but officials with the Trump administration past now, the report says Fizer may not be able to provide more of its vaccine to the US until next June because of its commitments to other countries.
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"In our hospital 72% increase over the last 14 days. You could see how quickly this grows on 11 23 just a few weeks ago. We had 5 6000 Cove in 19 positive patients in our hospital system Now over 10,000 just like that 72% increase in just 14 days. You carry that forward and you understand why we made the recommendations we did. The orders when I do affect today because the number of available ICU bed slip below 15% over the weekend that he shut that owners will remain in to thank for at least three weeks. The governor also said he expects the first shipment of visors Corona virus vaccine to arrive in California by next Tuesday. There'll be 327,000 doses available with more on the way soon after. Vaccine summit will take place tomorrow with White House. CBS is Stephen Portnoy says the two drug manufacturers behind the Corona virus vaccine will not be attending. Administration officials say the president will sign an executive order calling for Americans to be given priority before any U. S. Made vaccine is distributed overseas. Tomorrow's White House summit. Aides also expect to unveil plans for a mobile vaccination service ready to take the shots from drugstores like CVS and Walgreens, toe, every long term care and assisted living facility in the country. Representatives of the major drug stores and delivery companies like UPS and FedEx, are expected to attend the summit. Meanwhile, President elect O'Bannon has put together the key members of his crew to virus team CBS is Natalie brand has that part of the story isn't an elect Joe Biden officially announced members of his health team Monday. They include California Attorney General Javier or Viscera as Mr Biden's nominee for Health and Human Services secretary. Dr Vivek Murthy As U. S surgeon general and Dr Rochelle Wolinsky Toe lead the Centers for Disease Control Wolinsky tweeted. She's honored to lead the brilliant team at the CDC. The president elect also plans to appoint Dr Anthony Thout she as chief medical advisor on Cove in 19. As of today, the quota virus has killed more than 282,000 Americans when it comes to the crunch virus VACCINE President Trump plans to sign an executive order tomorrow. A draft statement that raids to ensure that the United States government prioritizes getting the vaccine to American citizens before sending it to other nations. But the New York Times is reporting the administration turned down an offer by Fizer in the summer. To buy additional doses of its covert 19 vaccine. Once approved, now flies there may not be able to provide more of its vaccine to the US until next June because of its commitments to other countries. What asked the Trump administration had missed a crucial chance to secure more doses for Americans, spokeswoman for the Department of Health and Human Services said. We are confident that we will have 100 million doses of fighters vaccine as agreed to in our contract, and beyond that we have five other vaccine candidates. So.
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Sean Anderson. Might Jaka itis is our producer and just ahead, Congress presses ahead and covert relief and works to avoid a government shutdown at the end of the week. I'm Mitchell Miller today on the Hill. President elect Biden announces who he wants to leave this health care team Washington football team battles against the Steelers in the first game of this evening's and Monday night football. Double header right now, no score. On Wall Street, the Dow closed down 1 48 the NASDAQ was up 56 but the S and P down seven w t o p news time. 5 31 a challenging week underway on Capitol Hill, lawmakers have to quickly move forward on a covert 19 relief package while also avoiding a government shutdown. Let's get the latest from W T. O P S. Mitchell Miller today on the hill. The federal government runs out of money this Friday, and the House now plans to vote on Wednesday on a short Term spending measure to extend the deadline. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that's the plan in the upper chambers. Well, I anticipate that the Senate will take up a one week extension this week, so the government does not close on December the 11th. That means a new December 18th deadline on the shutdown. At the same time work on a $900 billion covert relief package moves forward and Congress must still approve the National Defense Authorization Act, which includes a 3% pay raise for active duty military. The House plans to vote On that bill on Tuesday on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P knew this evening to leading Corona virus. Vaccine makers are reportedly not going to attend a vaccine summit set to take place tomorrow. The White House administration officials say the president will sign an executive order calling for Americans to be given priority before any U. S. Made vaccine is distributed overseas. Tomorrow's White House Summit eight. It's also expect to unveil plans for a mobile vaccination service, ready to take the shots from drugstores like CVS and Walgreens, toe, every long term care and assisted living facility in the country. Representatives of the major drug stores and delivery companies like UPS and FedEx are expected to attend the summit at CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy as they prepare to inherit the Corona virus crisis. President elect Biden has announced some key members of his health team President elect Joe Biden officially announced members of his health team Monday. They include California Attorney General Javier or Viscera as Mr Biden's nominee for Health and Human Services secretary. Dr Vivek Murthy As U. S surgeon general and Dr Rochelle Wolinsky Toe lead the Centers for Disease Control Wolinsky tweeted. She's honored to lead the brilliant team at the CDC. The president elect also plans to appoint Dr Anthony Thout she as chief medical advisor on Cove in 19. That CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand of the U. S. Is inching closer to another staggering coronavirus number, an average of 200,000 new confirmed covert 19 cases each day. And NIH infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says holiday get togethers and.
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"We're dealing with an accident. Still, the inbound Lincoln on the helix, the unbound like in his 2010 of the George and 10 to 15 inbound over the Holland Tunnel. Traffic in transit every 10 minutes on the ones I'm Karen Stewart on 10. 10 wins Well, you are not going to be busted for doing it. But Governor, Cuomo says. If New Yorkers can, they should limit their trips to New Jersey and Connecticut. In fact, governors Cuomo, Lamont and Murphy releasing a joint statement last night, urging non essential travel. Back and forth between Jersey, Connecticut and New York that be curtailed for now, in an effort to stop any second wave. Cases in Jersey and Connecticut on the rise again. But Cuomo says, despite all this, the tristate is doing really well. We are not going up the way the norm in the country is going up. We'll hear from the governor today about a redesign of these red and orange zone lines in Brooklyn and Queens after two weeks of restrictions, he says. It has worked to reduce the case is, in fact, the mayor says the rate in central Queens of infection 3.3%. Now down to 2.2. We're hopeful about central Queens. Obviously, we have to look at data every single day. We continue to see what we've seen for the last few days have every expectation that the state eyes preparing to act to remove restrictions in central Queens. Restrictions in Rockland County apparently have also worked and pretty dramatically as cases are cut in half now. Glenn Shock 10 10 wins here in Midtown nation why there are 8.2 million cases nearly 221,000 deaths, Many of the nation's hot spots are in rural communities. Smaller hospitals There are running out of beds and I see youse a new CDC study finds hospitalized Corona patients are five times more likely to die compared to hospitalize flu patients. Dr Anthony Thout she has set a Corona vaccine could be available by the end of this long year. And if it is, he says, take it comes to the decision. Of the safety net because he is a vaccine. There are so many checkpoints there and make sure that the right thing, there's a lot more growth in roles really, to artificial intelligence or data science. First lady Melania Trump is still recovering from Corona. She canceled plans to campaign with her husband in Pennsylvania yesterday due to a lingering cough about the hot stones here in the city. Mayor De Blasio says he has apologized to Orthodox Jewish leaders for how the city handled the outbreaks. I certainly got very frustrated times when I saw a large groups of people still out without masks, but I think more dialogue would've been better, so I certainly want to express my regret that I didn't figure out how to do that better. And obviously, you know that one night in Williamsburg. I let my frustration and concern get away with me and I should have been more careful in my language, and I have expressed my apology for that before. In Williamsburg In April. Mayor de Blasio in a tweet was critical of a funeral for a rabbi. Even the organizer said he had okay the gathering. Mayor De Blasio says he and the police commissioner Shay met with Orthodox Jewish leaders yesterday with the takeaway. Being more dialogue. More communication is the way forward Thie NYPD, he says. Somebody cut the brake line on one of its cars. Back on the seventh, There was a fender bender in Queens and the NYPD took the car out of service. A mechanic found a clean cut to the brake line, and investigators there now checking for fingerprints and reviewing video. Last month, Cops in Brooklyn investigated a similar sabotage. And in July a vandal was busted after getting caught on camera, cutting an NYPD Vans brake line in Prospect Park. Well, 13 days till the election and President Trump campaigning in Erie, Pennsylvania, talks a bit about an interview he did with 60 minutes yesterday. You have to watch what we do to 60 minutes. You'll get such a kick..
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Seen progress in the numbers, which again validates the approach. The governor's willingness to redraw some of the lock down lines came after he met with Jewish leaders in Rockland, who pointed out that one congregation and new square that held a mass service was being singled out in that most are wearing masks and social distancing. Marla. The numbers there in those Brooklyn and Queens Red Zone today, still improving. They have improved in every community to varying degrees. In the past week, central Queens has gotten its rate to 2.2% orange went from 12.4% to 4.6%. And Rockland from nearly 10% to 4.5%. The infection rate is still going down slowly, however, in central Brooklyn from nearly 6% last week to five points. 2% this week. I wanna thank you. It's pretty impressive to consider that the Orange and Rockland red zones have improved that much cut in half in Rockland County even more in Orange County. Connecticut's daily positivity rate has hit 3%. New Jersey back above 1000 cases again yesterday, and that's a long string. Now, more than a week. But will there be a quarantine of each other? Will New York Block New Jersey and Connecticut etcetera. Governor Cuomo says That would not be a good idea why you recommends that people don't take unnecessary trips? He says. That would be a problem for the economy. If we were to block people from getting around what worries Dr Anthony Thout you the most. As he said to our Michael Wallace yesterday is the baseline number of cases today around the country. He'd like it to be. Down below 10,000 Day. But lately it's been at least four times that on a good day. He's also worried about community spread, as evidenced in these optics. We just mentioned curious what you think of New York's approach recently with these recent shutdowns targeted at individual communities, and they seem to be working The numbers there down in those could that be the model for other regions, tackling hot spots when they arise, as opposed to Blanket shutdowns. You know, I think the answer to that is yes. The New York is a big city. Ah, you know, I know it Well, I was born and raised there. You got him really badly in the Early a month and then came back down and did really well with your case with your test positivity being low and did that Well, now, when you started to see The optics. It is really localize that if you look at the Burroughs, you know and see you have the optics that appear to be somewhat confined there if you could do that selectively. And it works. That could be the model. But it remains to be seen how well it's going to work out what the durability of the efficacy is going to be. But it certainly is a reasonable approach to take because nobody really wants to shut everything down again. And that is for sure. Dr Fauci and WCBS Etienne that economy that he just mentioned is so different now from eight months ago, and Joe Connelly is here this morning with the money News and Joe Looks like our new shopping habits you think could become permanent. You know, studies Wayne have shown that it takes 30 to 90 days to change a habit. And we're past that with covert. Unfortunately, businesses from supermarkets to Cole's think the new shopping habits will stick. They've been looking for science so they can plan as to whether customers will go back to the always They say they see no science. Customers will go back to their all shopping habits in products frequency or shopping for Matt Proctor and Gamble says it's hard to see in our interactions with customers that they're going to snap back and revert to the same behavior..
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"We've got some clarity last night in the joint statement from governors, Cuomo, Lamont and Murphy releasing that stupid last night, urging non essential travel, Basically back and forth between Jersey, Connecticut and New York, tried to curtail it unless it's absolutely necessary, for instance, goingto work or our deliveries of that kind of thing important for the economy. As the case is in Jersey and Connecticut are rising again, Mr Cuomo says, though, despite all of this things here in the area are doing pretty well. If you compare it to the rest of the country. When you're talking about 43 states, you're talking about the norm in the country. The norm in the country is going up. We are not going up. In fact, cases in New York seems to be stabilizing on many of these hot zones in Brooklyn and Queens, Bridget they'll announce today the governor will they redesign of these lines, which could mean some schools and businesses and houses of worship could open after a couple of weeks of these restrictions, the mayor says, In fact, one example central Queens where the infection rate was 3.3%. It is now down to 2.2. We're hopeful about central Queens. Obviously, we have to look at data every single day. And sometimes you have a variation in the data that causes a concern. But if we continue to see what we've seen for the last few days I have every expectation that the state eyes preparing to act to remove restrictions in central Queens and again. We expect to hear that from the governor today. Glenn Schuck 10 10 wins live here in Midtown. Nationwide. There are 8.2 million cases of Corona nearly 221,000 deaths. Many of the nation's hot spots are in rural community. Smaller hospitals there are running out of beds and ice to use a new CDC study finds hospitalized Corona patients are five times more likely to die compared with hospitalized flu patients. Dr Anthony Thout. She has said a Corona vaccine could be available by the end of this long year. And if it is, he says, take it when it comes to the decision of the safety net of the vaccine. There are so many checkpoints there. Make sure that the right thing has done that. I would not be concerned about that. First lady Melania Trump is still recovering from Corona. She canceled plans to campaign with her husband in Pennsylvania yesterday because of a lingering cough in Europe. Corona is raging again. Belgium reporting a 69% increase of cases in a week. The UK has been announcing region by region lockdowns because of its second wave and back to those hot zones here in the city, Mayor de Blasio says He has apologized to Orthodox Jewish leaders for how the city handle the outbreak. I certainly got very frustrated times when I saw large groups of people still out without masks, but I think more dialogue would have been better, so I certainly want to express my regret that I didn't figure out how to do that better. And obviously, you know that one night in Williamsburg. I let my frustration and concern get away with me, and I should have been more careful in my language, and I have expressed my apology for that. Before in Williamsburg In April, Mayor de Blasio in a tweet was critical of a funeral for a rabbi. Even the organizer said he had okayed the gathering. Mayor De Blasio says he and police commissioner shame met with Orthodox Jewish leaders yesterday with the takeaway being more dialogue. Mohr Communication is the way forward. The NYPD says somebody cut the brake line on one of its cars. Back on the seventh, There was a fender bender in Queens and the NYPD took the car out of service. A mechanic found a clean cut to the brake line. And investigators are now checking for fingerprints and reviewing video. Last month, cops in Brooklyn investigated a similar sabotage. And in July a vandal was busted after getting caught on camera, cutting an NYPD Vans brake line in Prospect Park. In East Flatbush, Brooklyn, a triple shooting last evening. The victims were standing in front of 3 97 East 49th Street. Just after seven o'clock when somebody in a car fired at them, the shooter got away. The three young men 16, 17 and 20 are all expected to survive in the shooting is believed to be gang related. And in Trenton, New Jersey, an eight year old girl and her 16 year old brother. Were killed when a gunman fired into the second floor of a home on Mulberry Street last night. There are no other details yet, but officials do say nobody has been arrested. Wednesday morning, 21st of October and President Trump campaigning in Erie, Pennsylvania. Talked a bit about a 60 minutes. Interview. He cut short yesterday have to watch what we do to 60 minutes, you'll get.
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted. Or from correspondent Abby Phillip and CNN is now learning the USPS is removing hundreds of mail sorting machines. Hats and Republicans alike. But now it's not the time to be cutting back services. I do disagree with the president carries family. That is, what we've never seen before, is President say I'm gonna try to actively kneecap the Postal Service encouraged voting, and I will be explicit about the reason I'm doing it. A warning from top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Thout you but even the thought of herd immunity. Douchey said during a live instagram session that if the U. S allowed Corona virus infections to achieve possible herd immunity, the death toll would be massive. In addressing the increasing covert 19 death toll in the U. S. Assistant Secretary for Health and Human Services. Dr Brett Wa had this concerning assessment death, Unfortunately, and it is tragic that they're going to be up this week and maybe next. But if trends continue if we do Wearing a mask. Watch your distance, Wash your hands with smart strategic testing, including surveillance testing, including testing of some asymptomatic, particularly in the areas. This trend will continue in desk will decrease. Iran's president Hassan Rouhani said the United Arab Emirates made a huge mistake in reaching a deal toward normalizing ties with Israel. He warned the Gulf state against allowing Israel to have a foothold in the region. Barbecues If.
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on WTOP
"For a visit to the World Pool plant and he was set to meet with the governor at the airport. Then this word came out. I want to just say that A very good friend of mine just tested positive. You know that that connections Academy. I benefited. Governor of Ohio. Do I just tested positive? The 73 year old wine left before meeting with the president and is now heading back to the state capital. We want to wish him the best he'll be Fine. Mr Trump, Meantime, says the nation could have a krone virus vaccine by election Day November 3rd. Health experts have said it's more likely by early next year. Dr Anthony Thout e speaking to the Alliance for Health Policy regarding what we need to do and how long this is going to be around. We hope as a pandemic threat that we are really on the cusp of seeing the end of it as we do public health measures and a vaccine CBS News update on that pipe. Meantime, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland is recommending Corona virus testing for lawmakers, staffers and all employees at the capital after more members of Congress have fallen ill with the virus. At least three members of Congress have tested positive since late last month. Lawyer says. With members of Congress traveling from all parts of the country, there should be serious consideration for everybody at the Capitol complex. Well, this could be a critical day for reaching an agreement on new covert 19 legislation is tens of millions of jobless workers await word on whether they will again be able to get enhanced Unemployment benefits details from double DT Opie's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, the Senate's top Democrat, Chuck Schumer, remains frustrated by the talks. But he and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi say they'll keep at it. The patient needs a major operas. Nation. While Republicans want to apply just a band aid, we won't let them just past the band Aid, Go home and leave America bleeding. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blames Democrats were not budging on key issues, including proposals related to the $600 unemployment benefit that expired last weekend. What we're saying is playing talk plenty of stalling from Democratic leaders have insisted on handling this himself but no significant movement toward progress. Talks between Congressional Democrats and the White House are set to resume later today. They are expected to go into the evening on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T o P New stalemate comes as another 1.2 million laid off Americans filed for jobless benefits for the first time last week. We'll go in depth in a few minutes with mark Hamrick of bankrate dot com and unprecedented move by Facebook and Twitter against President Trump. Social Media giants have deleted one of the president's post for what they call misinformation regarding Children. The administration is incensed the White House is slamming Social media giants face Book and Twitter for deleting one of President Trump's posts. There's very selective shadow banning banning.
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"I'm John Little, the latest from CBS. CBS News update. President Trump has now landed in Ohio for a visit to the World Pool plant and he was set to meet with the governor at the airport. Then this word came out. I want to just say that A very good friend of mine just tested positive. You know that at connections Academy. I benefited. Governor of Ohio. Do I just tested positive? The 73 year old wine left before meeting with the president and is now heading back to the state capital. We want to wish him the best he'll be Fine. Mr Trump, Meantime, says the nation could have a krone virus vaccine by election Day November 3rd. Health experts have said it's more likely by early next year. Dr Anthony Thout e speaking to the Alliance for Health Policy regarding what we need to do and how long this is going to be around. We hope as a pandemic threat that we are really on the cusp of seeing the end of it as we do public health measures and a vaccine CBS News update on that Piper mayors in Tarrant County or uniting behind an ad campaign, reminding people So wear that mask you all wear a mask includes commercials to show people how masks can help, Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams says. Everyone is experiencing some kind of challenge so everybody needs to work together. I am encouraged here by the fortitude of our citizens. People are working hard and better days are ahead because we are willing to collaborated work together, he says masks can slow the spread of the virus and prevent more closures. The Arlington City Council is starting discussions about its next budget, and that could include 10% spending cuts. Ah, hiring freeze and refinancing bonds for a lower interest rate. Meanwhile, in Washington, both Democratic and Republican leaders insist they're trying to work out a deal on a sweeping Corona virus relief Bill Whitehouse Trade advisor Peter Navarro tell CBS this morning he's feeling confident there could be a deal soon. Great faith in our chief of staff Mark Meadows, leading this And it looks like Chuck Schumer. Nancy Pelosi are between the rhetoric is they're coming together. But the mission here is to make sure that the American people who are out of work get relief. With elections coming up. Both sides want to get a deal done before they had home to campaign If you're thinking about buying a new house There's no better time than now. Mortgage rates have never been this low, according to Freddie Mac, which says the 30 year fixed rate plunge this week to 2.8%. Treasury yields dropped, pulling mortgage rates lower with a 30 year falling a whopping 11 basis points from the prior week. Low mortgage rates have been a key factor in the housing market remaining robust during the pandemic that CBS's Jason Brooks, New York's attorney general, is suing the NRA Letitia James says The suit follows an 18 month investigation that found top leaders committed fraud by diverting millions for personal benefit. Today, New York state's attorney general followed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association Eiji Leticia James. Alleged today that the NRA is served as a personal piggy bank for the organisation stop leadership and that its leaders engaged in corruption so broad that they have destroyed the assets of the gun rights organization. That's Jeff bouquets. The president called the suit a baseless attack on Second Amendment rights coming up your traffic and weather together on the AIDS. And then a pyramid that you can eat. It's Jamie. Progressive number one number two employees leave.
"dr anthony thout" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"They come in from so many different locations. Corona virus hot spots like Florida threw this guy was from I'm not crazy about the idea of just randomly stopping people like that without probable cause. Well. The state and the city are saying they do have cause to do this to keep the virus low in New York State Joe FaceIt o, the New York City sheriff, explaining how it works. But there is a random component and we're looking at a full fledged checkpoint where it is viable and we're also looking at individualized tops where we think would be more suited to avoid having a traffic conditions. And those checkpoints could rotate could be at the G W B one minute, then at the Lincoln or how long the next even if you don't see it now could be there shortly after 6/7 or eighth car again will be selected completely at random. So there could be no claim of any discrimination. Ln shock 10 10 wins here at Penn Station once again, President Trump has said the Corona virus will simply disappear. At his briefing yesterday, the president said, quote It'll go away. Things go away. Absolutely. It's no question in my mind, it will go away. Dr. Anthony Thout. She, speaking at Harvard yesterday says it won't go away unless everybody takes this seriously. Long as you have Any member of society. Any demographic group who's not seriously trying to get to the end game of suppressing this. It will continue to smoulder and smolder and smolder. And that will be the reason why in a non unified way we've Platt towed at an unacceptable level. Also what? Yesterday's briefing President Trump said he wants schools open this fall. Parents want the schools open. We want him open. We want him open safely. We're gonna practice very strong hygiene and all of the other things that I've Enumerated many times. Dr. Debra Burkes, the Corona task force coordinator, is warning that nine cities have seen an uptick this past week, including Baltimore and Atlanta. Hundreds of thousands of Tri State residents are waking up to another day of no power. Thanks to Ezo. Yes, those 70 mile per hour wind gusts were yet another big blow to local power companies. All of them in Wantagh. It's P s E G. Tried to report the tree down the wires being down. In and basically nobody coming.
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"John this steaming hot Tuesday morning wins news time, 9 47 governors, Cuomo and Murphy are cracking down on big summer gatherings where people are just not obeying the orders to stay apart. And mask up Governor Cuomo Retweeting video of a concert by the chain Smokers in Southampton. Saturday night was supposed to be socially distance a charity event, but the video shows several 1000 people. Jammed in arm to arm. Love says he's appalled and insists his team is watching for you. We have had a number of Locations again, primarily in New York City that have lost their license and Maura will. There have been 40 establishments that have already had their License is suspended. 10. Since Friday. In Jersey Governor Murphy has his own problems to deal with. I just saw on the television screen Pat. I hope this is not true that there was a House party in Jackson last night with over seven with 700 people. Must have been quite a house. Indeed. A mansion bash at an Airbnb with free food and drink even prizes for a dance competition. Elise. They're needed five hours to break up that huge party. One shot. 10 10 wins in Midtown wins news Time, 9 49 The first Corona virus vaccine candidate enters its final phase of testing today. Here's Mark Millar is a milestone day. Dr Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, discussing the vaccine, the H has been developing with Moderna. As it entered a final major stage of testing. The first patient has been injected this morning with the phase three trial of the modern A vaccine against Cove it 19. This stage of testing will include 30,000 volunteers in the most rigorous phase yet looking at the safety of the vaccine across a wide and diverse population, as well as its effectiveness in preventing covert 19 Dr Anthony Thout. He says he is cautiously optimistic about the progress on this vaccine. President Trump and vice president Pence were on the road yesterday. Talking about Operation Warp Speeds. Vaccine Development the president during a lab in North Carolina, the vice president visiting the University of Miami School of Medicine, Florida, The new epicenter of the pandemic. Randi Kaye reports more than 800 new cases here in the state of Florida. Another 77 deaths were now just under 6000 deaths here in the state. And since re opening on May 4th, the seven day average for daily new cases has jumped 1500%. Still, about 9000 people hospitalized here in the state. We have less than 19% of our I C u beds left statewide, and dozens of hospitals say there without any ice cube. As of yesterday, there were at least 4.2 million cases of Corona in the U. S more than 148,000 deaths. President Trump has added a five PM briefing to his schedule. As you probably know he's been bringing back the corona virus briefings and we told you at the bottom of the hour that we were expecting to hear from the Attorney General William Barr, testifying before the House Judiciary Committee. Well, since then, we've heard that the judiciary chair Jerry Nadler from right here in New York, was involved in a car accident. But he was not driving and he was not hurt. Important to say. Nonetheless, that is pushing back the start of that hearing in D. C. Also down in D. C. They are still working on a new stimulus plan on Capitol Hill. A late night meeting between top congressional leaders and Trump Administration officials ended with no progress on a new economic stimulus plan. And after Republicans unveiled their trillion dollar proposal, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticized the plan. It's essential to the wellbeing of America's, um what Do the Republicans and the white half have against working families in our country. The GOP wants to cut the current federal $600 weekly unemployment supplement to $200 a week. Democrats have proposed continuing the full $600 amount through at least January. 10. That's Andrew Dim. Bert wins NEWS Time. 9 51 It's Time for Traffic in transit With Karen Stewart Going westbound is downright ugly. It is absolutely stopped dead from 58th Street down into Tillery Street bumper to bumper delays. Meanwhile, the B Q E is coming off the inbound Wanda's that is delayed from 39th Street. Up into Atlantic Avenue with some traffic around the Brooklyn Bridge. Now in Berglund, we are packed on the West found Bell Parkway, the westbound belt trying to get out in towards arse. Kind Street is jammed from back in JFK westbound belt after crossbow has got construction. Now that's what's doing it. Meanwhile, on the Upper East Side, the North found Harlem River Drive with roadwork for 125th. 135th Street. Don't think the South bound Harlem River drive is too much better. That's the one with the really long delayed it goes down to 71st Street from back at 135th but it's heavy but moving traffic there. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. The inbound George 20 to 25. How willing and they are 10. Very heavy delays Queens bound with the Throgs Neck Bridge right now. 59th Street Bridge is still heavy but improving. So the Queens midtown and we're still jammed across the span into the city of the Williamsburg Bridge. Train delays. Yeah,.
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"And if you don't have a mask target will provide the disposable one. As far as the drug chain CBS it will start requiring masks on Monday. That's the same day that Wal Mart knew mask policy begins. Steve Futterman CBS News Those in Montana or Alabama must also start wearing a face covering beginning today. Alabama Governor K Ivy We're almost to the point. A hospital. I say use overwhelmed earlier this week, 87% over I C u bed statewide well by about half of all governors have issued some type of mass requirement. Florida is already reporting 14,000 new cases today and the day is barely half over. The state also had a record 156 deaths. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says young people are very high risk right now of catching it. The highest category of people that are getting infected and this is incredibly important. Our people in the age of 18 2 34 They're getting infected 26.9% 27% of the population correspondent Jim Croce, Eliza's Canada, the UK and the US air, pointing an accusing a finger at Russia related to covert 19. The three nations alleged a hacking group that's part of the Russian intelligence service has attacked academic and pharmaceutical research institutions working on covert 19 vaccine development. The Russian Foreign Ministry has not yet commented. CBS News has just learned that Dr Anthony Thout he spoke with President Trump yesterday by phone. Douchey tells CBS News that it was their first conversation since June 2nd. American Airlines and JetBlue are forming an East Coast alliance. CBS News Senior Travel editor Peter Greenberg says that affects flights in the Northeast to compete with other major airlines. Well, this is not a merger. It is an alliance that will allow JetBlue passengers to fly on 60 roots operated by American an American passengers in about 130 roots operated by JetBlue. And each passenger gets to earn frequent flyer miles on the other airline. The Labor Department says 1.3 million people filed for a state unemployment benefits last week. The report showed big increases in places like California and Washington State where there are rising Corona virus cases on Wall Street right now, the Dow was down 1 74 This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today way we are going to get in the mass conversation,.
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"BBM news time. 6 20 Our top story this hour. Dr. Anthony Thout you with the White House Virus Taskforce is defending himself against critics from inside the White House. Meanwhile, a popular beach getaway for people in Chicago in northwest Indiana. Could be shut down. By tomorrow We'll have much more on these stories coming up at 6 31 Back to school shopping is much different compared to years past, the National Retail Federation says parents of Children and elementary through high school plan to spend an average of $800 topping the previous record of $696 during back to school shopping trips. Jan Rogers Kniffen, CEO of J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide, tells w BB Em's new business hour, and it's going to be driven really by equipment for your house, so your kids can still Get an education. It's computers. That's routers. It's desk. That's all of the things that you need for a child to be able to do remote learning, and that's going to be both collegiate spending as well as high school and primary school spending. Just over half of the consumers pulled by the National Retail Federation say they expect at least some classes at home this fall and of those expecting to be home. 72% planned by tech items and home furnishings items considered non traditional school supplies. Jennifer Kipper News Radio 105.9 FM plans were in place for a major expansion of Chicago's Debbie Bicycle System, the first of 66 new stations of the installed today at 83rd and Stuart on the city's south side. When all the sudden done, officials say the extension will had 66 square miles to Diddy's reach. Smart quiz coming up in 60 seconds. Double D. BBM NEWS Time. 6 20 to the Home Depot has news.
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"Dana show. I'm sorry. Actually, I'm not sorry. Sorry. Don't you do the shows that I turned down and noted, speak to you. You would be very impressed with yourself there that I could tell you delivering the truth. Are you a citizen? Or are you a subject? I'm a citizen, and I last whatever question I want to whenever I want to. If your subject you go on and you be a subject, I'm a citizen of this virus. To our dismay is spectacularly efficient in transmitting from person to person, so that makes me skeptical whether we would get Permanent sustained control. Of this without having a vaccine. Spectacularly efficient, going person. That person, I guess I suppose you could say the same thing for pretty much any pathogen, right? I mean, how easy is it for youto? Touch somebody else getting cold. How easy How easy it is for you to leave a little bit of residue for you know what is commonly been used to compare the girl Corona virus Coronavirus. I love the way my little one says he's my hero. Whenever there's a problem. We can't do something, he says. Why Dad Corona virus? Spreading the flu spreading the cold. Whatever it is Patty's passages. Spectacularly efficient going personal person. Yeah, that was the voice. A raspy voice of Dr Anthony Thout us All raspy doctor found she was he like yelling all day long. These people I'm Sergio Census. You are listening to that, Dana show. Happy Friday, friends. They talk to you, Dana. You and your long suffering husband, Chris. Thank you, Teo, Steven and my brother Sugarcane. We got lots coming up on the show Man alive a big stack of information today, So I'm going to focus on the Corona virus first, and if you want to join the conversation at any time Which, by the way, you could listen online, and once the show is done, you go back to listen again and again again and go back to the deep library library. As we say here in deep south of information, Dana Radio dot found dana radio dot com You want to join the conversation? Eight for for 344 Dana That's 844344 30 to 62 a little later this hour. You know, Steve is going to help make you up a conversation that I had With a real smart fella. And literally, he is. He's a He's a fella's. He's a fellow senators for immigration studies, a senior national security fellow. And he wrote up a very interesting article this week. Texas Corbett CRISIS on DH Looking at At an item that is news. But national news again in the continuing now practice of journalism in our nation, the free press that is so expensive because ignorance is expensive friends up in New York. They don't pay attention to this. In Washington. They don't pay attention to that. Very few people who Take foundation money or need to take private donations toe, keep foundations going and do some real work of journalism. Or maybe new media that's out there, The more they call conservative media, but I call it really journalism. From the on lights, online sites and and pay per view, paper read segments. Well, anyway, the Center for Immigration Studies and this article from the Texas Corbett crisis looking at how Corona viruses coming across the border across The U. S Mexican border. Have you heard that on the so called mainstream and the dinosaur networks, NBC, ABC CBS know Have you heard that on the clueless news network, See and then clueless news Now No man there said I haven't even heard on Fox. And I, and we've got of the multiple televisions that we have on here at this proud Dana Show affiliate, New Stalag 17 k. U. R V and in South Texas on the Mexican border right here on the border with Mexico. North of the river on blessed that soil were on the U. S. Where in Texas double blessing. Well, all multiple televisions, one of his eyes on Fox and I'm constantly you know, like those lizards kind of moving one of my eyes to the sides of what was going on in five. Make sure we got breaking news. I haven't seen anything like this talking about how Corona viruses coming across the border I have seen And the batch of news and information. Several reports how in Mexico just immediately across the border in Mexico, they they are prohibiting US citizens. And some of these folks and maybe hear about from time to time they sing the praises of of May. He called how beautiful and Mexico is beautiful. Trust me. I grew up in Mexico. Until a preteen I think grew up as a rich Mexican elitist. My dad was a working stiff. And he saw it for over a decade because that's that's when I finally had a chance to move. Worked over decades trying to get a Through his brother Brent, get a green card permits, get working and start the path long, expensive path towards citizenship in this country, And I'm gonna get a chance to really visit the beauty of Mexico until I actually made some money as a professional Make many years later, me and my wife, we discover the beauty of Cancun. The beauty of Of other place I've seen. Mexico City is beautiful, but tragically, it's it's different. It's very different to south of the border, and things have just done different for the start, where there's No. 9 11 There's really no there's no police on defunding the police think all they solved it in Mexico. They're run by cartels. Anyway. Let me get off the soapbox and get the other stuff. I want to make sure you mention on Corona virus. Corona virus Bad It's flowing north of the river, and we'll talk about that. In Texas. We're dealing with Ah, pretty bad case of Corona virus in Houston. If you been paying attention to the news, the mayor in Houston, former state represented Democrat They're all Democrats, all the major cities and Intact is they're all Democrats. How could that be? How is that possible Search? I thought Republican was ready. The Texas Republic Yes, it is the senior leadership in the state of sexes. The representation at senior leadership in in Texas, it is Republicans is already shy is I like to describe it as a shiny, red glossy surface in Texas? But once you take a bite is nothing but blue on the inside. The city's in particular the big cities in particular, they're all blue. Now I'm not saying politics. Heda Factoring this, But UPIN Houston, former state represented Sylvester Turner, Sweet man. Very sweet man, But he's a Democrat on the policy side, and that's that's that's the camp he belongs to. But he's an older type of Democrat nonetheless, and I was behind the scenes. If you guys have tuned him before, you know, I volunteered. I've done news radio talk radio this this game for 1/4 century. Now it's amazing How quickly time goes by. It's amazing. Which by the way today Today. 27 years..
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"Dr Anthony Thout. He is urging Americans to be both careful and optimistic. Here's the AP Soccer Mahogany confirmed cases are up in 41 of 50 states. Plus here in Washington, D. C. The percentage of positive test is rising in 39 states. The current state is really not good on a National Institutes of Health Webcasts yesterday, Fauci said. The nation remains knee deep in the viruses. First wave. Amid the grim numbers, and after months of sacrifices, Douchey says Americans should have faith science will get us through this touting progress on therapeutics and vaccines hang in there it will end we promise you. Soccer Megane Washington A white woman enraged about being asked a leash her dog, who called the NYPD in a dispute with a black man in Central Park. He's now charged with filing a false report. More from CBS's bill Rake off Amy Cooper drew widespread condemnation back in May for calling 911 to report that she was being threatened by an African American man when birdwatcher Christian Cooper appeared to keep his distance as he recorded her rant on his phone, the district attorney Cyrus Vance Jr said in a statement. At his office in charge Cooper with falsely reporting the confrontation, it's a misdemeanor. She was ordered to appear in court. October 14th Bill Rake off CBS News in Sports. The NHL on the Players Association have a tentative agreement to resume play training camps would open on the 13th with the first games on August 1st. Jim Colony. 11 more sports at 6 17 603 Now time to get the bathroom you've always wanted with re bath. Details at rebound dot com. Triple A traffic Inaki weather coming up. This isn't a grilled cheese.
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"Is company for three generations. They've been keeping Austin Cool. Call the family, you, Khun Trust and take advantage of Lennox and Austin Energy rebates. That's fought service Company 512 for 1910 66 F A. U G H T 512 for 1910 66 License. Once revival we from the Smart Air A C and heating studios. This is K. O b. J 5 90 A. M and K 259 A. Jay Austin 99 Kurono surging on Jack Ally and Fox News. New numbers suggest the virus continues to spread. Writer says the U. S saw nearly 55,000 new Corona virus cases reported Thursday. AP says 40 out of 50 states air Seeing infection rates Climb Hit hardest right now are Arizona, Texas and Florida and Dr Anthony Thout, a of the White House Corona virus taskforce horns. A specific mutation is allowing the virus to be even more contagious. He says that mutation Lets the virus replicate better. Fox's Jill, NATO and Texas to the mandatory facemask list Governor Greg Abbott, issuing orders that most everyone in the state must wear a mask in public and limiting most public gatherings to 10 people or fewer. Several congressional Democrats urging the president to cancel plans for fireworks at Mount Rushmore and in Washington, D C. We do not I think that this is in keeping with the best CDC and Department of Health guidance DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, who did not wear a mask when she attended protests in the city last month. On the eve of the holiday celebrations on Wall Street stocks soared after the June employment report. Show the economy added 4.8 million jobs last month, much greater than expected. The unemployment rate also slid to 11.1% down from 13.3% in May. Today's announcement proves that our economy is roaring back. It's coming back extremely strong. Still, there are concerns about the long term health of the economy. Even the sharp rise in new Corona virus cases and the pension among some leaders to fall back on shutdown measures as a means of combating the new cases. That's Fox's Kevin Corke. Wall Street, ending the holiday week hire the down, gaining 92 points, the S and P 514 and another new high for NASDAQ, adding 53.