18 Burst results for "Dr Ashis"

"dr ashis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:59 min | 2 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on AP News

"As president trump continues insisting a coronavirus vaccine may be ready by election day Dr Anthony Fauci says he's sticking with his own projection felt she says he's looking at early next year one could be ready sooner but made some likely felt she's comments on CBS this morning came after AstraZeneca put its late stage vaccine study on hold because a participant in Britain fell ill felt she says it's routine to Paul studies because of side effects and Dr Ashis jaw at Harvard agrees this happens telling NBC's today show it's unclear exactly what happened to the participant or how serious the illnesses but we've got to sort this out before we move forward Josh says he's hopeful it's just a one off and not an indication of a more serious problem with the vaccine itself Sager mag ani Washington

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Fauci sticks with projection of vaccine in 2021

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Fauci sticks with projection of vaccine in 2021

"As president trump continues insisting a coronavirus vaccine may be ready by election day Dr Anthony Fauci says he's sticking with his own projection felt she says he's looking at early next year one could be ready sooner but made some likely felt she's comments on CBS this morning came after AstraZeneca put its late stage vaccine study on hold because a participant in Britain fell ill felt she says it's routine to Paul studies because of side effects and Dr Ashis jaw at Harvard agrees this happens telling NBC's today show it's unclear exactly what happened to the participant or how serious the illnesses but we've got to sort this out before we move forward Josh says he's hopeful it's just a one off and not an indication of a more serious problem with the vaccine itself Sager mag ani Washington

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"dr ashis" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The trump White House knew in early twenty nineteen of intelligence that suggested Russia was paying bounties to Taliban militants to kill U. S. and coalition troops in Afghanistan CBS news White House correspondent we Zhang lawmakers are demanding answers from the White House about reports that Russia secretly offered bounties to Taliban linked militants for killing American soldiers earlier this year president trump claims he wasn't briefed on the matter because the intelligence gathered was not credible but CBS news has learned the president's national security aides discussed it experts are continuing to warn about growing searches in corona virus the U. S. so says CBS's Manuel Bojorquez Dr Ashis job is director of the Harvard global health institute I'm very concerned about large parts of our country specially Arizona Texas Florida South Carolina but other states as well we're we're seeing really pretty substantial increases in cases he also says declining death rates likely will rise again typically it takes about two to three weeks from an infection till somebody gets sick enough to die from the disease last name Carter struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics Chief Justice John Roberts joined his liberal colleagues this is political analyst Larry Sabato for the Republicans this will infuriate many Republican activists who believe that by electing a series of Republican presidents they had been able finally to construct a reliable majority on the court to deal with social issues like abortion senator John Kennedy of Louisiana railed against the ruling states should be able to put basic health and safety laws in place to safeguard people from the division care that abortion clinics too often offer the a former police officer who terrorized California is a serial rapist and killer was in court Monday Lilia Luciano reporting from Los Angeles Golden State killer's survivors and victims that he stood up in a makeshift court in Sacramento today as prosecutors from multiple California counties read the gruesome details of their cases spanning more than a decade and all across California after raping her the defendant fired his handgun into the back of Deborah's head to each a guilty plea or an admission by Joseph deangelo the now convicted.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"C. B. S. news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm bill ray copy in Washington there are now reports that the trump White House knew in early twenty nineteen of intelligence that suggested Russia was paying bounties to Taliban militants to kill U. S. and coalition troops in Afghanistan CBS news White House correspondent we Zhang lawmakers are demanding answers from the White House about reports that Russia secretly offered bounties to Taliban linked militants for killing American soldiers earlier this year president trump claims he wasn't briefed on the matter because the intelligence gathered was not credible but CBS news has learned the president's national security aides discussed it experts are continuing to warn about growing searches in corona virus the U. S. so says CBS's Manuel Bojorquez Dr Ashis job is director of the Harvard global health institute I'm very concerned about large parts of our country specially Arizona Texas Florida South Carolina but other states as well where we're seeing really pretty substantial increases in cases he also says declining death rates likely to rise again typically it takes about two to three weeks from an infection till somebody gets sick enough to die from the disease in court has struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics Chief Justice John Roberts joined his liberal colleagues this is political analyst Larry Sabato for the Republicans this will infuriate many Republican activists who believe that by electing a series of Republican presidents they had been able finally to construct a reliable majority on the court to deal with social issues like abortion senator John Kennedy of Louisiana railed against the ruling states should be able to put basic health and safety laws in place to safeguard people from the division care that abortion clinics too often offer the a former police officer who terrorized California is a serial rapist in killer was in court Monday Lilia Luciano reporting from Los Angeles Golden State killer's survivors and victims that he stood up in a makeshift court in Sacramento today as prosecutors from multiple California counties read the gruesome details of their cases spanning more than a decade and all across California after raping her the defendant fired his handgun into the back of Denver's head to each a guilty plea admission by Joseph deangelo the now convicted.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Some beach goers don't see how cutting off access over the weekend will help I don't have a problem with the bases being open because I don't think that's what's causing the problem people thirty five and under now account for nearly forty percent of cases statewide Miami mayor Francis Suarez what do you think went wrong here without a doubt was people started socializing is at the core of our city just Miami now requires face coverings in public and announced tougher penalties on businesses not in compliance New Jersey has decided to postpone allowing indoor dining given the spikes in other states New York City may hold off too with cases mounting in California governor Gavin Newsom dialed back re openings eight counties including Los Angeles have now closed bars Dr Ashis job is director of the Harvard global health institute I'm very concerned about large parts of our country specially Arizona Texas Florida South Carolina but other states as well we're we're seeing really pretty substantial increases in cases he also says declining death rates likely will rise again typically it takes about two to three weeks from an infection till somebody get sick enough to die from the disease Georgia reported a record daily number of new cases Sunday and at least nineteen states have more patients hospitalized for covert nineteen then two weeks ago in West Virginia a planet fitness gym temporarily closed after a member tested positive more than two hundred people who may have been exposed or asked to quarantine and in Tennessee interesting cheese rice is facing backlash after playing a concert or social distancing was not enforced you won't hear the music of Broadway however shows will remain shuttered through the end of the year Manuel Bojorquez CBS news Miami this is Janet Shamli and in Houston where demand is overwhelming public testing sites even spilling out onto a nearby freeway an hours long wait people recognize the importance of testing it is better to know that not to know it's now filtering down to small emergency clinics which can't find nearby hospital beds we.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Some beach goers don't see how cutting off access over the weekend will help I don't have a problem with the bases being open because I don't think that's what's causing the problem people thirty five and under now account for nearly forty percent of cases statewide Miami mayor Francis Suarez what do you think went wrong here well without a doubt was people started socializing is at the core of our students this Miami now requires face coverings in public and announced tougher penalties on businesses not in compliance New Jersey has decided to postpone allowing indoor dining given the spikes in other states New York City may hold off too with cases mounting in California governor Gavin Newsom dialed back re openings eight counties including Los Angeles have now closed bars Dr Ashis job is director of the Harvard global health institute I'm very concerned about large parts of our country specially Arizona Texas Florida South Carolina but other states as well we're we're seeing really pretty substantial increases in cases he also says declining death rates likely to rise again typically it takes about two to three weeks from an infection till somebody gets sick enough to die from the disease Georgia reported a record daily number of new cases Sunday and at least nineteen states have more patients hospitalized for covert nineteen then two weeks ago in West Virginia a planet fitness gym temporarily closed after a member tested positive more than two hundred people who may have been exposed or asked to quarantine and in Tennessee interesting cheese rice is facing backlash after playing a concert or social distancing was not enforced you won't hear the music of Broadway however shows will remain shuttered through the end of the year and while bark as CBS news Miami this is Janet Shamli and in Houston where demand is overwhelming public testing sites even spilling out onto a nearby freeway an hours long wait people recognize the importance of testing it is better to know that not to know it's now filtering down to small emergency clinics which can't find nearby hospital beds we are.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas

Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas

05:45 min | 5 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas

"Inside a machine this way, said Professor Renata and let them into the X. Ray Room where Dr Uh. She was waiting in front of a huge machine with a large hole through it. That looked a little bit like a spaceship. You Go, say Dr Ashi. Nolan and Sebastian took it in tons to Zion Bat back and slide into the machine which Code Red and green. When they got out Dr Ashi pointed to a screen on the wall, which showed the bones of both of their arms with a Nasi crack in each. These will be simple to fix. Say Dr Ashi. Clive, please take our two adventurers to the Ward and put on the costs. Nolan and Sebastian beds next to each other, and within a few minutes was set up in them with both their right arms covered in thick plaster. Now the most important thing is you drink plenty of water set nurse, Clive but water doesn't fix broken arms, state Noland Haha, but the water hearer pure well. Hospital does say nurse Clive? Why think base Wonderful Hospital is cold? Pure well bay calls though Walter comes from a wealthy so pure and so magical. Can Fix just about anything. And nurse Clive wasn't making it up. The water at the hospital came down a special pipe that started at the top of lumber, stack mountain and gathered in a well beneath the hospital. The snow at the top of the mountain had lots of special crystals in it, and when it melted and flowed the pipe. It really walls just like medicine. But after two days of being in the hospital and drinking the water Nolan, and Sebastian didn't feel any better. In fact they both had a fever and their arms hurt even more. And not only that all the other patients in the hospital all feeling worse to. Professor Data Dr Uh. She knows clive just couldn't understand what was going on. It was as if they're beloved. Hospital was making people ill. Into not better. So when Ben and emily came in to visit Nolan and Sebastian and saw every one in the ward feeling so sick. They decided to investigate. If the water comes from the top of lumber stack mountain a place. They know very well because their friend Belvedere live there. Then that must be where the problem was. That after noon, Ben and emily trekked up zomba stack mounted. Pass the pastures pass the lake pasta forest all the way to the snowy top where the pipe that fed the will started. They hid behind some trees and watched. There was a problem. Pebbles and crater the to only really naughty people in Hose Mall Lana poll. What tipping lots of raw torn- food and mark into the pipe? They were poisoning the well. Ben and emily run up to Belvedere House. breathlessly told him the problem. He stormed down, wanted a pipe and right up to pebbles and crater. Owl's he bellowed, pebbles and crater looked around in share Tara. Lutts Moi's Serrano Pipe growled Belvedere and rolled. PEDALS and crater run and tumbled and fell all the way down to the lake and felon with US Balaj..

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"dr ashis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:51 min | 6 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Even as coronavirus infection rates increase in at least twenty states and Puerto Rico experts warn a new wave of the pandemic is coming if we don't act the future is very Graham there be a lot of people are gonna get very very sick many people will die R. for Dr Ashis Joss says the U. S. death toll could reach two hundred thousand by September nonessential businesses around downtown Miami being asked to close ahead of a planned protest Miami police issuing a statement saying the expected attendance is unknown but there may be significant eruptions to vehicular and pedestrian traffic and business operations Davie police also issued a statement regarding a protest from four to eight PM along Davie road in Griffin road officers are urging people to avoid the area will of course continue to monitor and bring you the very latest as we get it meanwhile the law and order rallies being held in front of the recently vandalized Christopher Columbus statue at bayfront park in downtown Miami on Sunday organizer of illegal Medina says it's time law abiding citizens speak up on behalf of the first responders who put their lives on the line every day for the community he says George Floyd's death was tragic but the violence after is on call for dangerous and unproductive I have an issue with country list changes that talk about it but you don't have to basically put people fear that they can't leave their home the rally runs from two until six PM Sunday which is a flag day everyone's encouraged to show their patriotism by waving flags and wearing red white and blue college athletes in Florida will soon be able to make more than names for themselves are like twenty twenty one college athletes in Florida can be paid for the use of their name image and likeness coming around to see if this is signing the bill right something that's been fundamentally wrong some of the great athletes particularly in sports like football basketball whose name image and likeness is being used to make millions and millions of dollars and then they don't even have the opportunity to get any of that thank you great Corey Simon has a challenge for the students will be compensated your to get some money don't waste take care of it make sure you have something when you leave college he wants athletes to realize their value may never be higher than when they step on the campus Eric Rodriguez newsradio six ten WYO DA and gamblers are getting their fix in Broward for the first time in three months if you see you know what danger beach opened its doors at noon today with a large crowd of one hundred gamblers waiting to place their bets general manager Arnaldo swaras says they're following all the mandatory guidelines like requiring facemasks temperature checks the use of a single entrance plexiglas partitions a card tables and hand sanitizing stations throughout the floor he says it's been a long road to get here but they're glad they're here you can't even guesstimate the lost revenue working on those numbers right now but the Michigan six figures he says they were able to bring back sixty five percent of their three hundred eight employees for now and are hoping to expand on that one's capacity expands when Englishman newsradio six ten WYO deep markets have now turned positive Dow Jones industrial average up two hundred one points about eight tenths of one percent to twenty five thousand three twenty four nasdaq up thirteen points S. and P..

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"dr ashis" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Number of cases is gone up in at least a dozen states including Alabama the mayor of Montgomery is Stephen Reid I think it's because we opened up too soon I think that we have covert fatigue right now and people are trying to fast for this process in order to get things back to the way they were before the clover nineteen pandemic really changed everything in this country if not the world Dr Ashis job the Harvard global health institute has run the numbers and he says another one hundred thousand people will die from call of it nineteen by September if things just stay the way they are now Wednesday's time eleven twenty six and now Bloomberg moneywatch on ten ten wins here's Andrew day stocks initially shook off losses yesterday when the fed said it will likely keep interest rates historically low for up to two and a half more years stocks laid back again when traders pondered what that really means bleak expectations for the economy today Wall Street is really leaning into that bleakness right now the Dow falling one thousand twenty six nasdaq losing two hundred twenty seven S. and P. down one hundred one airlines cruise operators travel companies that surged in recent weeks are bearing the brunt of the selling of the market prices in the prospect of new spikes in covert nineteen leading to more economic pain the the global rising rates of the virus and states mostly spared previously and another reading new jobless claims filings for last week one point five four million new claims continuing the trend of slow declines but still more than double the worst week on record prior to the pandemic bluebird money want to twenty six and fifty cents passed every hour a manager date for ten ten wins wins news time eleven twenty.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on WJR 760

"DVD HD to Detroit seven sixteen WJAR we're Detroit comes to talk they were some strong storms and as a result moving through southeast Michigan yesterday and as a result this morning just about three hundred thousand DTE and consumer power customers are without power both utilities say they're on the job cruiser crisscrossing the area trying to get everybody back on line and have power restored sometime today George Floyd's brother challenged Congress to stop the pain as lawmakers consider a sweeping law enforcement overhaul so the man that he says he looked up to won't become just another name for Sanchez reports from Capitol Hill hello miss Florida asking Congress to serve justice for his brother George I'm here to ask you to make it stop stop the pain stop us from being tired the emotional testimony before the house Judiciary Committee just one day after the funeral of the man killed while in custody of the Minneapolis police George whether heard anyone that day he didn't deserve to die over twenty dollars I'm excited you is that what a black man's worst twenty dollars Detroit police officer was laid to rest yesterday three years after he was shot in the line of duty Detroit police officer Walter Johnson a fourteen year veteran was laid to rest yesterday officer Johnson was shot in the head responding to a domestic violence call in April of twenty seventeen the suspect was shot and killed by police Johnson survived the shooting but sustained a traumatic brain injury and spent the last three years as a prisoner in his own body he died late last month his funeral was yesterday morning chemicals K. W. J. R. news there are now more than two million confirmed cases of corona virus in the United States according to Johns Hopkins University health officials though now fear that they'll see a spike in new infections over the next few months Dr Ashis Joe with a hard blow health institute predicts there will be at least one hundred thousand coronavirus link U. S. deaths between now and September right now we have between eight hundred and a thousand people dying every single day in America and all of the models all of the data suggests that things are gonna get worse from have increases Johnson and Johnson is expected to start double blind randomized human vaccine trials next month I'm John Lawrence W. J. R. news time six so far mark your calendar the jobYou neuter is.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on WJR 760

"Trump will visit Texas later today to discuss race relations and policing during a trip to Dallas Clinton noble says the trip comes just two days after George Floyd who was killed in Minneapolis police custody was laid to rest in Texas conversations are being had in cities and police departments across the country about potential policy changes that'll help in the police brutality and social injustice this week before Congress Houston police chief art Acevedo told lawmakers open discussions or absolutely necessary out of crisis comes opportunity this is president trump heads to Dallas today to participate in a roundtable with faith leaders law enforcement and small business owners about disparities in American communities it's possible but not clear if the president will announce federal police reform while in Texas Clayton Nevil Dallas the health officials in Michigan reporting thirteen new deaths from corona virus and one hundred and seventy one new case says WJAR news time six oh two there are now more than two million confirmed cases of corona virus in this country this is according to John Hopkins university health officials here some areas will see a spike in new infections over the next few months there will likely be one hundred thousand code nineteen linked deaths in the U. S. by September says Dr Ashis jar with the Harvard global health institute I'm not trying to scare people say at home what I want is for people to wear masks I want them to do social distancing former Baltimore health commissioner Dr Leana Wen says it's time to get ready hospital leaders they should be preparing for the next surgeon and also that we don't run into the problem of not having enough masks and personal protective equipment I'm John Lawrence the board of state canvassers has approved language and form of an Albanian man who's petitioning to recall governor Whitmer Jack bass he said he wants with a recall because of her executive orders pertaining to the pandemic checking our bold boating reports for this Thursday we have a small craft advisory throughout the.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on KGO 810

"There are now more than two million confirmed cases of the corona virus in the United States many health officials fear some areas will see a spike in new infections Dr Ashis job with Harvard global health institute predicts there will be at least one hundred thousand coronavirus link U. S. deaths between now and September right now we have between eight hundred and a thousand people dying every single day in America and all of the models all of the data suggests that things are gonna get worse when have increases Johnson and Johnson is expected to start double blind randomized human vaccine trials next month I'm John Lawrence Amazon says it will ban police use of its facial recognition technology for a year in order to give Congress time to come up with ways to regulate the technology ongoing protests after the death of George Floyd have focused attention on how police use technology to track people New York legislators passed a package of bills providing for comprehensive police reform and governor Andrew Cuomo says he intends to sign the mall quickly new York's governor said the time to act is now that they can't lose the momentum created by the protests across the U. S. we're going to act in the state of New York and we're going to act this week carpet diem seize the day Kerr pay momentum seize the moment he promised to sign legislation this week on some changes that can be implemented immediately releasing disciplinary records with a call fifty eight banning so called this in New York City the mayor said he would expand the reach of several organizations that work on violence intervention he said they've already played a role in reducing crime in some neighborhoods here Steve casting down your two children missing since September have been found dead in rural Idaho authorities haven't released a devotees of the bodies discovered on the.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Asian I'm John trout there are now more than two million confirmed cases of the corona virus in the United States many health officials fear some areas will see a spike in new infections Dr Ashis job with Harvard global health institute predicts there will be at least one hundred thousand coronavirus link U. S. deaths between now and September right now we have between eight hundred and a thousand people dying every single day in America and all of the models all of the data suggests that things are gonna get worse when have increases Johnson and Johnson is expected to start double blind randomized human vaccine trials next month I'm John Lawrence Amazon says it will ban police use of its facial recognition technology for a year in order to give Congress time to come up with ways to regulate the technology ongoing protests after the death of George Floyd have focused attention on how police use technology to track people New York legislators passed a package of bills providing for comprehensive police reforms and governor Andrew Cuomo says he intends to sign the mall quickly new York's governor said the time to act is now that they can't lose the momentum created by the protests across the U. S. we're going to act in the state of New York and we're going to act this week carpet diem seize the day Kerr pay momentum seize the moment he promised to sign legislation this week on some changes that can be implemented immediately releasing disciplinary records with a call fifty eight banning so called this in New York City the mayor said he would expand the reach of several organizations that work on violence intervention he said they've already played a role in reducing crime in some neighborhoods here Steve cast about New York two children missing since September have been found dead in rural Idaho authorities haven't released a devotees of the bodies discovered on the property.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"On what he'd like to see from the MTA he said he wants to be sure there are limits on the number of subway cars and buses in operation and on the number of stations in use there also was asking the MTA to make social distancing a top priority governor Murphy will be signing an executive order that will allow restaurants and bars in New Jersey to begin offering outdoor dining on June fifteenth at first Murphy says he expects temperature checks at all establishments and servers and other staff wearing masks indoor dining will remain off limits in New Jersey indefinitely Murphy also unveiled recommendations today for the re opening of nursing homes and other long term care facilities that are based on a review of the facilities by the health care company at Manatt health their recommendations outlined how long term care facilities can move forward with confidence to re open for new residents and visitors and how they can best address mitigation protection and resiliency against future outbreaks the recommendations also lay out a road map for rebuilding the long term care system in general with emphasis on quality of care patient safety data infrastructure and building strong staff support mayor Blasio says the latest coronavirus numbers for the city you're all moving in the right direction and all under the target thresholds he says there were only thirty nine new hospitalizations yesterday just four percent of those tested were positive for covert nineteen health officials are worried about a new spike in covert nineteen infections as protests grow larger and social distancing becomes harder to maintain Stanford University professor Dr Yvonne Maldonado says these gatherings could result in so called super spreader situations where crowding and high viral shedding and activities that can enhance the transmission such as and not wearing masks and as and spreading aerosoles The New York Times reports that an early effort by the CDC to contain corona virus in the U. S. failed because the agency's antiquated data systems couldn't collect and deliver accurate information promptly about American travelers returning from overseas the CDC also failed early on to provide state labs around the country with an effective diagnostic test Dr Ashis job of the Harvard global health institute says the CDC is no longer a reliable go to place Porsche racing returns to Belmont Park today and with that many jobs the ten race card represents the first sporting event in New York since covert nineteen shut down sports in mid March due to pandemic our guidelines there will be no fans in the stands the New York racing association says there are protocols to keep jockeys trainers and other workers safe wins news time one nineteen let's say you just bought a house bad news.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Alan Scott the city of Dallas as possible still have space but they're still working to expand testing and contact tracing for covert nineteen off the water for coming up I'm Chris fox in Austin there's yet another twist in the Democrats legal battle to allow Texans to vote by mail your news all day seven o'clock these is CBS news on the hour sponsored by mass mutual I'm Deborah Rodriguez in upstate New York shoppers you might want to rethink the latex gloves and anti bacterial wipes for your purchases newly released information from the CDC so she can't get the corona virus easily from touching contaminated surfaces or objects Harvard's Dr Ashis jot tells CBS this morning I never really believed that washing groceries or wiping them down with Clorox wipes is is necessary and I think more and more the evidence is you don't need to do that experts say you should still wash your hands a lot and disinfect surfaces people are missing mortgage payments in record numbers during the pandemic according to new data one point six million homeowners were delinquent in April that's the biggest one month jump in history we get a new check on unemployment numbers in half an hour the labor department will release figures on people who signed up for benefits last week CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger they have been going down steadily but the numbers that are being reported are still in the millions a number that is astounding considering that we were at fifty year lows in the unemployment rate just back in February it was a horrifying night had a newly re opened mall near Phoenix a gunman opened fire three people were injured one of them critically this woman's daughter was.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Dr Ashis job director of the Harvard global health institute testified before the house subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis on Wednesday and he said to accomplish re opening our testing levels are nowhere near where they should be Dr I she should jot joins us now thank you so much for joining us thank you for having me nationwide there are currently about three hundred thousand cold nineteen tests being done today what level do we need to be at to consider us a free opening everywhere yes we should be really closer to about nine hundred thousand about three times where we are right now if we want to be able to open up safely and remain open you also stressed that that level of testing would have to happen along with social distancing and the other safety measures that need to stay in place exactly so we have to making some out of social distance even when we open up there's not gonna be we can't be going back to crowded bars or going out to baseball games but dot said it's not just about testing it's tough being tied with creasing in isolation all ways of suppressing the amount of virus in the community so we can go about our daily business and get back to some semblance of normal life well that's a huge number that you mentioned for the testing that does need to happen and we've heard recent reports that some of the covert nineteen tests are not as reliable they're giving a high percentage of wrong results so can we have confidence that even if we are at the right levels of testing our results are reliable to make decisions yeah most of the tests are still reliable and you know there is a certain false negative rate which is unfortunate obviously want that has to be perfect but if we get to those levels with the quality of the test we have right now I still think that even though occasional experiences will be that you have a false test results overall will be able to keep the virus levels down in our communities so the testing levels that we're talking about that's testing for the virus does antibody testing need to happen at that level it's also make these decisions so everybody testing is really to look for immunity in the community and I and while I think that's really interesting and important that's not a critical part of opening up our country right now because so few people have been infected aren't large numbers of people walking around with community not in most places in New York City there might be but outside of New York our most places is very small numbers so I don't think that's as critical as testing for the virus so currently healthy people be tested for antibodies do you think that should happen yes there has been you know overall there been a few studies in New York and and again we can think of a tree twenty to twenty five percent of all new Yorkers have been inspected and cleared the infection so I think for me Yorkers who wanna go get an antibody test it's not unreasonable and and if it turns out to be positive with a high quality test then there's a reasonable chance that they might have immunity from the virus in the future and we'll know for sure I think in the upcoming weeks to months before we go I want to ask you about your Twitter handle as I've watched it over the recent weeks you're giving yourself a different middle name every now and then and I noticed that it said first I Sheesh I'm still focused on testing job today it says I she's let data drive re opening decisions job are these messages that you wanted to deliver to the house committee when you testified in and what's that message what's the message you want for everyone yeah I what I want for everyone is it's really easy in the middle of a pandemic with all the confusion to get caught up in a lot of noise and misinformation in PA and partisan bickering what I want people to do is focus on the science focus on the data and evidence and use that to decide to drive decisions it's really the best way to keep the American people safe Dr Asif czar is the director of the Harvard global health institute thank you so much for joining us thank you for having me on small businesses are grappling with the impact of these uncertain times.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thompson program I'm Brad Burkhart we are learning that the first record until the nineteen deaths in the U. S. actually happen in the South Bay in early February previously the earliest death from cold at nineteen was believed to be in late February in Washington health officials in Santa Clara now say they have received positive test results from two people who died in the South Bay on February sixth and February seventeenth Dr Ashis job of the Harvard global health institute this is very helpful information it also means the things like you know the things we put into place in late January like the travel ban the virus is already here by that and probably circulating quite widely and so there's a lot of kind of re calibrating we have to do about what this tells us but also reminds us that we really have to look forward and have to be much more aggressive about testing going on governor Gavin Newsom has promised a deep dive update today at noon you can hear it as it happens on KGO a tad Kaiser is building a lab in Berkeley they could eventually perform ten thousand tests for covert nineteen each day officials say turnaround time for test results will be the same day or the next day it'll help Kizer greatly expand testing from just patience currently in the hospital or who are at high risk the company hopes to open the lab on June first quite aside on San Francisco's Baker beach for a juvenile humpback whale washed ashore marine mammal center scientists say the carcasses severely decomposed the public is being asked to keep a safe distance from the carcass in fact don't go at all don't wanna create a crowd situation from the beach to the sky tonight is the best time to see the leverage that meteor shower the leverage are among the brightest of meteors and tonight the moon will be setting up early making way for prime viewing scientists say the peak activity where you can see as many as ten shooting stars an hour is between four and five AM but you should still be able to see some after midnight if you're more of a night owl that.

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"dr ashis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:00 min | 8 months ago

"dr ashis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now here are mark and Melinda little behind the scenes insight we've got an all points bulletin out right now for Melinda's windscreen for her my money so I I feel like I am losing my mind this is a day to that I had put it on my stuff carried my stuff into this room from my traffic booth and then it's going I don't you know somebody's playing a trick on me because the signed our own personal wind screens on the Mike yeah I think I have to pay like a hundred dollar fine if I can't find it I've got some poll okay go out me out yeah I'll talk to the program director and we can cut you some slack on that one thanks a lot for joining us we're live in local ten to eleven market Melinda here's a good story we like to look for the positive things right now I saw a note that eight GB is gonna serve seventy five thousand meals to doctors nurses and other medical workers I want to tell you H. E. B. they always staff but they have gone above and beyond at a time when they could say we are just crossed with trying to make sure that all of our stores are up and running and that our employees are taking care of and that they don't do extra they've said nope we've got it taken care of we're gonna eat we're going to go above and beyond while we continue to do this and be a great service to this community so hats off H. E. B. yeah great job there and speaking of shopping you saw the interview with the CEO of Walmart today on N. B. C. and he was talking about their sales amidst all the corona virus outbreak what did he say about toilet paper interesting he said and in a five day period they sold as much toilet paper that would equal to giving each person in America one full roll three hundred thirty million rolls of toilet paper yes also I found was interesting and that was he was talking about how the fluctuation in cells have been in the sense that at first you saw no food on the shelves and then it went to the next thing was puzzles in an arts and craft projects that were flying off the shelves you know to keep the kids occupied and busy and now you're starting to see more of the hair color things like that that are starting to be hard to keep in stock gotta learn how to cut your own here on here yes yes well and with the new models showing this Sunday is going to be the peak for the debts there's more and more talk about when can we get back to business when can we re open Dr Ashis job of the Harvard Medical School was on MSNBC this morning he said if you start talking about re opening on may first yeah we're gonna go back we're going to have a couple of weeks where it appears things are going well and then he says we will have an explosion of corona virus he says we will end up being worse off than we are right now and then he went on to say we can't even think about getting back to normal even re opening parts of the country until we have more testing so here we are again right talking about the need for more testing here here's a part of what he said on MSNBC and we will have to shut down again and we will shut down for much longer so that's what we wanna do then yeah sure let's open up may first without adequate but the right answer is and again to quote Dr Fauci we don't make the time line the virus makes so let's wait until the viral levels are really low in our country let's have a very robust testing system then let's open up slowly and I actually think we can stay open which is what Americans want we do not wanna have to shut down I will agree on the part that I think if we open and then have to shut down again that it will be much worse because I don't think you're gonna be able to convince people to do this a second round you know Ted and have everyone closed down and then start to have some resemblance of no more normalised C. and then expect them to go back to where we are right now yeah we can't we couldn't handle that on many levels now he is with the Harvard Medical School so he's one of the most respected people in America when it comes to infectious diseases one thing that's lacking in a lot of these interviews in these conversations when someone makes a statement like that I immediately want to know okay how many people need to be tested we have three hundred thirty million how many do we need to test in order for the scientist in the experts to say that's a scientifically valid sample of the population and we're going to give the clearance to go back to work and then I want to hear how long will it take to build that many test distribute them and get them out there and get the results back or are they saying we need to test everyone but one yeah I I I feel like they're not going to be satisfied till they say yes everyone I mean there's even talk about carrying a card that says you know I don't have it at so that was doctor found G. O. A. N. N. this morning yes that you're going to have to have a card will to walk around and say you know I've been tested I don't have it I'm good to go so to me that makes it sound like every American is needs to be tested in order for them to give the green light yeah I think I think we all need to know if you're going to insist that this is the standard by which we measure and make the decision on re opening give us more details more specifics how many people need to be tested and how long will that take because time is critical now when you're looking at the small businesses and you hear people calling in on Totten don saying I was a chef at the Stephen F. Austin I spent seven hours on hold I couldn't get anybody to talk to me about unemployment you could hear the desperation in the poor man's voice this morning time is of the essence here it is it is that you can't drag your feet on this and there are plenty of people around that are saying I'm fine there's no reason why I shouldn't be able to go to work I've been in my house for fourteen days I should be fine everybody else should have been done do that to you and I don't know that there is an answer that is going to be the solution for everyone and every time I think you have to look at doing things rolling it out in phases that which is being discussed I saw in the U. K. they're saying Hey we're gonna just released young adults first and see how that goes you know between this age group in this age yes you really haven't fallen into coming down with this and dying from this we're gonna allow them to go back start start the economy rolling in and then we'll slowly see who else we can start to incorporate in what Dr Mehmet oz is another one of these medical experts who says yes we need more testing before we reopen he says he is focused on testing for antibodies in the antibodies are created when somebody gets the virus and they get well they're over it he said we need big time testing to see who has already had it and they will be clear and that's what you were talking about when you said Dr found she said this morning we need to test for the antibodies and then give people a card or a certificate or something to hang around their neck that says I've already had it I'm okay I've got the antibodies we'll let you hear the audio from doctor Mehmet oz in what he said on fox this morning there are many layers to this we'll get to those are coming up jump in here and join us to with your.

Melinda