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"dr carol yan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually tested positive for carbon nineteen had ten times more likelihood of having now watch and people want compared to people who are tested negative yeah it says seventy percent of the corona virus positive patients had loss of smell and taste and not a little bit I either form the majority of people they were completely normal adventures now Q. profound loss now and he yeah it says more research is necessary this was a small study but now UCSD health is using smell and taste as a screening tool for cope at nineteen it's also something you can test yourself on at home radio dot com reporter Emily Valdez a San Francisco based community health center that focuses on low income Asian residents has really expanded their service during the pandemic KCBS is Meghan Goldsby tells us more about their efforts to make sure no one gets left behind Dr Kenneth Tighe is the chief health officer at northeast medical services he knows they serve a vulnerable population and they had to act fast to get them tested once this pandemic broke out using rooms at their twelve clinics just was not cutting it because of the decontamination process and that the fact that you have to be impatient and and you know patients who are suspected to have called the nineteen and you really need to clinch of the round and we can only do one test every two hours so they moved open for drive thru testing locations for their patients to call in first for virtual appointment the site that proved the most difficult would be the one closest to the main clinic because that particular clinic in Chinatown we did not have a parking lot so we partner with the mayor's office all the way yeah but I can apply as with a parking structure parking lot to help as do the testing and another side we are interested in that sense that area it's a population that has family who already went through this in China or in another country in Asia some of whom may have gone through it themselves if they were there late last year or early this one we actually do a lot of outreach calls right now so I think that they're in in terms of the medical care that we provide to our patients right now I would say ninety per cent of our encounters or visit our ashen virtual visits and patience will be like that a lot he says they're feeling very supported by the community at this time as well from help from the city to community members sending workers at the program meals from local restaurants to people donating masks making gold speak KCBS this is a Bloomberg money minutes stock futures.

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"dr carol yan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Be the film industry which has been hit hard by the pandemic and show author in place order all production has been shut down all theaters shut down it's a global movie business shut down streaming gets a big leg up numbers increasing as the only alternative home Chasity squire is a professor at the university of southern California school of cinematic arts and editor of the movie business book he says studios and agencies have furloughed employees and small businesses that support film production are in danger shutting down and the future is unclear really can't tell with certainty where this is heading when it will be subsiding one assumes that stage to when it arrives they'll be social distancing inside of movie theaters squire says the industry likely will see losses going into twenty twenty two hours film production and releases are delayed Melissa call Ross KCBS larkspur pastry shop set up a go fund me account last week and has received enough support to provide twice weekly meals for doctors technicians nurses and other staff at the marine health center as KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports they are making this effort even though the covert nineteen lockdown has devastated their business Emporio Rulli is your classic Old World style Italian pastry and coffee shop but of late because they're reduced to take out only Gary Rulli says they began cooking dinners which she is now sharing with hospital workers he did the first delivery was that we get a Tuscan soup for the nurses then a Balinese Elizaga yesterday really says it's his customers who contributed to a go fund me account that have made their meals possible try to do our part even though these are very difficult times they recently close to cafes in Union Square because of the lockdown and laid off several employees were still down fifty percent of our sales of normal in the North Bay Jeffrey Schaub KCBS crime in Fremont has dropped to overall since Alameda county issued its coronavirus shelter in place order however poverty crimes have risen by a third Fremont police department reporting that commercial burglary up a hundred and thirty three percent from the same time last year auto thefts also jumping by sixty percent compared to a year ago San Francisco based public transit advocacy group leading the campaign to supply face masks and shields to San Francisco municipal transportation agency drivers and also writers San Francisco transit riders is partnering with the statewide group the anti sewing squad and sent wedge to provide these masks and face shields following mayor London breed statement on Friday that those masks have to be worn in public during this coronavirus emergency and while the city is working hard to provide needed supplies many many operators lack sufficient personal protective equipment southern California doctors have conducted the first study which links loss of smell the corona virus we get more on this from Emily Valdez with radio dot com station KNX in Los Angeles researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were.

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"dr carol yan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"M. seven forty K. C. B. S. it is Sunday April nineteenth twenty twenty coming up on KCBS one East Bay City moves to put some care toward the battle against the corona virus in the Chinatown clinic becomes a bastion of safety for the communities at risk residents case CBS news time twelve thirty one CBS news update the death toll from the corona virus in the U. S. is close to forty thousand now despite all the back and forth over re opening the nation amid the culvert nineteen shut downs New York City mayor bill de Blasio says it's too soon we're not going back to normal until we have proven that we have beaten back this disease we're not going back to normal until we have those healthcare indicators show us that things are truly getting better but other places aren't so sure reports CBS is mark Strassmann Michigan's torn between dollar signs and vital signs it ranks third nationally in covert nineteen deaths fifth in overall cases and no state has bled more jobs almost one in four workers in the last four weeks by may first governor Gretchen Whitmer promises to review of her stay home restriction I'm frustrated too none of us wants to be here in this moment but look CBS news update I'm Alison Keyes case CBS news time twelve thirty two homebound seniors in Concord can get a little extra help as we all shelter in place to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross has more on the Concord cares program homebound seniors in Concord can have meals delivered to them through Concord cares also those seniors that are not able to really make it out and they need a quick trip to the pharmacy here maybe the grocery store or cat food storage just go grab something we're matching volunteers with people they're able to make those quick trips for people who aren't necessarily able to to go out in public right now Concord mayor to medallion says seniors and volunteers can sign up for the program either online or by phone now who's paying for all this the city of Concord has funded this and so we made this is a part of our merchants order we not only find a dentist but also some other homeless outreach services they got wrapped into about a two hundred thousand dollar program the Concord cares program will be in place through the duration of the shelter in place order Melissa call Ross KCBS it probably goes without saying that tourism in Sonoma county like in so many other places has taken a tremendous hit restaurants hotels wineries closed but it's KCBS is Jeffrey Schott reports tourism leaders have created a social media campaign not for visitors but for cinemas home the video on YouTube Facebook and Instagram is entitled we are all in this together we can still share memories we're all in this together and there's some things we could do to keep having fun like eating well go online in order a few bottles from your favorite cinema county one try out a new recipe drink a great bottle of wine and can still share the great outdoors although it'll have to be virtually for now Claudia Vecchio is president and CEO of Sanoma county tourism she says the damage to the county's hospitality industry cannot be fully told yet but it will be unprecedented so why the social media message yeah this is not the time at all for any of us to promote travel L. or even to look at travel in the future it's a time for us just to kind of embrace what we have that the issues we're all facing and and really that's why we were all in this together beam I think resonates so well in the North Bay Jeffrey shall be KCBS southern California doctors have conducted the first study which links loss of smell to corona virus we get that story from Emily Valdez with radio dot com station KNX in Los Angeles researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually tested positive for carbon nineteen had ten times more likelihood of having now what and people one compared to people who are tested negative yeah it says seventy percent of the corona virus positive patients had loss of smell and taste and not a little bit either form the majority of people they were completely normal senses now Q. profound loss now and he's yeah it says more research is necessary this was a small study but now UCSD health is using smell and taste as.

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"dr carol yan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Virus testing sites in Long Beach aim to get more African Americans tested since they're dying from the virus at disproportionately high rates there were not a lot of people coming to the Jordan high school site to get a corona virus test on Saturday morning but it is the first stage open captain Jason Jose with the Long Beach fire department thinks that will soon change I think once the word gets out it spread through the community we should get more involvement in terms of people coming in to test now anyone can get a test who has symptoms of COPD nineteen they include severe fatigue fever a cough shortness of breath and loss of smell Moore also reaching out to the local community partners sell our churches are really using the schools there medium that they use to get out and get messages out to the students the other side that opened this weekend is at career high school people can get same or next day testing appointments by going on the Long Beach city website in Long Beach and only Valdez Kate extend seventy newsradio Fishel's today announced more corona virus testing sites on the way next week and would your belt Montebello and macarthur park after a major port processing plant in South Dakota had to shut down this past weekend after workers got sick with the virus concerns about food shortages started about at an office has been difficult finding toilet paper hand sanitizer forget about it but food has been largely plentiful in all of our markets but when word spread that hundreds Turkey all of the pork processing plant visions of empty freezers invaded our collective nightmares but we're still in pretty good shape thanks Jason Lusk who directs the department of agricultural economics at Purdue University corporate support packing plant closed down but at the same time we we have more pork in in cold storage right now at the moment than we've had in the last several years Luskin others say that all sorts of food processing plant we're trying to come up with better ways to protect their own workers from the coronavirus Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio southern California doctors conduct the first study which links loss of smell to coronavirus researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually.

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Smell and Taste Loss Linked to Coronavirus in New UCSD Health Study

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Smell and Taste Loss Linked to Coronavirus in New UCSD Health Study

"Southern California doctors conduct the first study which links loss of smell to coronavirus researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually

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"dr carol yan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Mid to month to upper in a row eighties leave by a message Wednesday at the into Thursday hi Jamie hit and me on Friday Danny some I just areas had a new idea could feel for the our return song what of the name lower your price nineties tool was so southern when California's it's like most tell us what you and want dependable to pay forecast hearing I'm CBS from bone two was meteorologist bottom line Alex you say distant well for be KNX fine coverage and seventy options newsradio to fit your budget Sherman oaks at this then hour sixty we just three all the degrees fingers now small in choir the goes Hawthorne even coming it after is sixty they've five come degrees at jet downtown yes Los no Angeles all maybe the way up to sixty anyway eight degrees see a and practice one forty tonight seven I got a new lyrics could of the it rhetoric be and this is a scary thought could progressive it be casualty the treatment insurance company affiliates of critically pricing coverage ill much covert limited by nineteen state law patients one is twenty all wrong three well because dentists it first may presents pretty much like been a form sidelined of pneumonia during the corona treatment virus pandemic of critically ill but coronavirus they are still answering patience the call dentist has often like involved Dr John ventilators Blake at the children's part dental of health what clinic of Long I think Beach we are are only approaching doing emergency wrong at this point work is treating action it drama as a excessive viral bleeding disease or pain as and then a standard that's mamanya up to the Dr dentist Alan to kind Katz of go is through an emergency and decide medicine for specialist what would be appropriate he feels or not using he ventilators says when a patient might does be the come wrong in approach it's one at the a lungs time itself their mechanically temperature is taken a working and well they're asked but a were series unable of to questions oxygenate before they're so we treated are is being brought to into a the street body but our but math it's not and transferred downs from that we wear belongs just to making the blood sure and and then it's if not they pass carried that properly it just from kind of the initial blood around guidance to the but rest at least of the organs it gives US doctor spies some Cass's from he'd out like of assurance to see treatment that at shift least to there's the use no high of oxygen risk factors under increased before we bring pressure a patient back known to as actual hyperbaric do emergency oxygen treatment doctor Blake that says he says prior would to them better even provide seeing a path a patient to get they the connect oxygen through telemedicine where the body needs it most Karen Adams Chris can scenes extend seventy can extend newsradio seventy newsradio and it a does former work Walgreens I had occasion employee to call my own is dentist suing the this drug week store and chain he for had what offered she calls some help years over the telephone of age discrimination although there is not and allowed to do retaliation anything but emergency workers you the heard sixty five if year old school woman campuses has worked do not for the re company open for this more fall than fifteen because of the corona years virus crisis and alleges high school that she students was wrongly will be fired able in to twenty take SAT nineteen tests for online complaining from about how home supervisors widespread reticular school closures including forced calling to the College her Board as to cancel old as planned baby Jesus SAT testing the through lawsuit June Priscilla was filed Rodriguez this week in LA is Superior vice president Court of the college woman is asking readiness for assessments unspecified compensatory and punitive damages southern California doctors conduct their first study which links loss of smell to corona virus researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that.

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"PD officer as he left the hospital and spent the past month there is a fight for his life LAPD detective Michael Chang released from the hospital here in Santa Monica he became ill in March gravely ill later with corona virus and was treated with experimental clinical trial medication I do know that doctor lead doctor Hammond and whatever studies they have going on is the reason why I'm leaving it was just last week the detective Chang was listed in critical condition he wasn't able to be with his wife and kids but he was able to stay connected to them electronically the hardest part of the thing was my wife and I talked about it was that you never know if the last time you see the one I just got an iPhone thank god for facetime video thing because I wouldn't know how to communicate with those guys other than that but that it was really really tough for a time he says he was on a ventilator he's still very much on the man's but well enough to go home in Santa Monica Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio southern California doctors conduct the first thirty which links loss of smell to corona virus researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually tested positive for cocaine nineteen had ten times more likelihood of having now what and people want compared to people who are tested negative yeah it says seventy percent of the corona virus positive patients had loss of smell and taste and not a little bit either form the majority of people from completely normal as centers now Q. profound loss Valentin yeah it says more research is necessary this was a small study but now UCSD health is using smell and taste.

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"dr carol yan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"dr carol yan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Of the corona virus crisis and new York's governor Andrew Cuomo giving his daily briefing we always look to them to kind of see what's happening here there's some comments from him this morning about hospitalization the number of new people going into the hospital per day is also down but we still have sixteen hundred who knew coalbed cases yeah he says it is still spreading it's still a very serious he still encouraging people to stay home and socially distance this is one of the biggest problems the percentage of coronavirus deaths is in nursing homes he says that is higher than in hospitals again the briefing under way says the volume is still high despite the flattening but again we'll get you more on his comments of coming in the news here on can access database says it's losing money because the pandemic expecting a twelve million dollar revenue hit because of the drop off in tourism so the city council is voting to furlough workers including the park staff the trolley car driver the cultural arts workers it's also postponing or eliminating about four million dollars in capital improvements LA's mayor Eric Garcetti says one hundred twenty five city employees have tested positive for the LAPD accounts for nearly half of the cases the LA fire department is up to seventeen cases well Garcetti earlier reported to virus related deaths among city employees he now says it was just one he knows the city has about forty thousand employees I want to be sure I've adopted a couple times on research people that is not a covert nineteen cough my daughter had a coffin that I caught a couple days ago was tested and I'm fine Walker said he continues to remind the public that testing is limited to people with corona virus symptoms he acknowledges he may not have met the criteria to get tested no I've had no fever or anything like that I I I will be honest I took a corona virus tests just to make sure and I'm negative study says he is working seven days a week during this crisis Claudia prosecutor KNX ten seventy newsradio Ontario city councilman facing a lot of criticism after giving away protective mask stamp for the campaign hashtag I give those to senior citizens the summer and then son says a gesture from the councilman Ruben Valencia who's running for reelection November sparked quite a debate on Facebook sites that are used by him to reach out to seniors well most of the comments were positive some accuse Valencia bringing politics into a deadly pandemic alliances says he's received mostly positive feedback southern California doctors conducting a first a study which links loss of smell to corona virus researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were.

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