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"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"7 News Center. The State Health Department has updated coronavirus numbers. It reports nearly 2600 new cases in the last day, pushing the total to more than 307,000 since the outbreak began. It includes both probable and confirmed cases in the last day. Another 32 people have also died from Cove in 1968 more hospitalized. So far, Washington has administered more than 545,000 vaccine doses. New coronavirus projections suggest that a year ahead the year had rather that it's not gonna be as easy as we hoped. As the vaccine rollout expands, Como's Ryan Harris explains. Those projections from Uw's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation now include mutations like the UK in South Africa variants, which I hmm. He's Dr Christopher Murray says, appear to go from first detection to 80% predominance in 100 days. At the very least, Murray says That's a reason to accelerate vaccine rollout. But he says they also appear to be less effective against the South Africa variant, which Murray says also appears capable of re infecting people who've had the Wuhan strain. Murray says the latest vaccine data released also raises the prospect that Cove it will be a seasonal affliction and that we might need annual boosters. It does make that prospect of this as a seasonal return, with annual vaccination required certainly more likely. I mean, there's an awful lot we don't know. But I think that prospect is really gone up along our return to more normal activity and whether the vaccine is more likely to prevent infection or to prevent severe disease are also factors that could affect what happens heading into fall and winter. Ryan Harris, Come on is come on news time. 103 Some quick thinking, and several phone calls kept hundreds of vials of covert vaccine for being thrown out last night, a local hospital and we haven't been told which one had a problem with their refrigeration, meaning that it had more than a 1600 vials. That would have expired at five this morning. The hospital called Swedish C 00, Kevin Brooks. And we had to turn away volunteers because we have more folks show up. Then we could use.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Call for Justice and Briana Taylor's death. One protest organizer expressed frustration with the disparity in wealth on display during the Derby every year. Poor people, black people, brown people they drive through here. They pick up multimillionaires and other millionaires and famous people in their uber's in their cars. Thousands of protesters there, taking one of two signs. Some are demanding the Louisville police officers involved in Taylor's death be arrested while others are there to support the police in a federal campaign filing rapper Kanye Iwas to spend around $5.9 million on his surprise run for president. Wests bid to appear on the election ballots in both Virginia and Arizona was turned down. He declared his run for president back in July. I'm John Jeffries. Key Corona virus model predicts the U. S. Death toll could double By January. 1st Brian shook reports, Researchers at the University of Washington predict over 410,000 total deaths as the country heads into fall and winter. Dr. Christopher Murray, who heads the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the school, said the worst is yet to come. He urges people to wear masks and practice social distancing. Dr Murray cautions. December will likely be a very deadly month, especially in colder parts of the U. S. Ryan shook President Trump is again suggesting that his supporters should try to vote twice. The president spoke in North Carolina last night in a tele rally that was later posted on Facebook and gave instructions on how he wanted his supporters to vote. Trump said. If they vote by mail, they should go to their polling place Any way to see whether or not their mail in vote has been tabulated. Trump has previously suggested that voters cast ballots twice, which is illegal dreams were coming true for anyone who's ever wished for a world filled with candy. Matt Madison has more. The founder of Jelly Belly is pulling a Willy Wonka and giving away one of his factories. He's hiding a golden ticket necklace in each state is part of a treasure hunt. It costs 50 bucks to enter on gold ticket dot com and get a clue, though. To find it. We'll get $5000. But the ultimate prize is the key to a factory. The winner gets an all expenses paid trip and education to a Katie making university. Matt Madison, a popular restaurant is giving a Nebraska man free wings for a year. Buffalo Wild Wings.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on AP News
"Health experts at the university of Washington have a grim virus prediction for the rest of the year the institute for health metrics and evaluation is forecasting worsening covert 19 outbreaks in the northern hemisphere and predicting another 1.9000000 deaths if governments don't take drastic action the institute's Dr Christopher Murray worries about virus fatigue reducing social distancing and the wearing of masks along with the desire to boost the economy he says most of the world's population lives in the northern hemisphere we are respiratory illnesses generally peak in the winter months the institute's model predicts this wave will peak in the United States in early December at about 2900 deaths per day and globally in mid December with 30000 daily fatalities hi Jackie Quinn
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"Little taste of autumn summers not through with us yet, and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell star 57 degrees. Unemployment claims they're still at high levels, but new claims in Washington fell more than 13% last week. Kamas Ryan Harris says it's not much consolation for a man who is still waiting to be paid. James Frye exhausted his regular unemployment when he was laid off last year. But he says he filed for the additional 13 weeks of pandemic emergency unemployment compensation or P U C in April, within the time frame, the employment Security Department promised all claims would be resolved by last Friday, Fry says after 15 weeks of waiting, verifying his identity and even promises from the governor's office and his state lawmakers, no money and he wants you Misty held accountable. They're telling the public that they've taken care of everything they haven't. It's already bad enough to see government officials lie to the public. I have reached out to E s D for comment, and I'm waiting to hear back. But the commissioner has said that their hiring more people, and they're working to get their time to resolve issues with claims down to a few weeks, issues that will continue to come up his new and first time claims were filed. Ryan Harris camo news list. Safety precautions were taken like wearing masks Cove it deaths in the U. S could reach 300,000 this fall, according to health researchers in Seattle. Dr. Christopher Murray with the Institute for Health Metrics Evaluation of the UW, says if 95% of people started wearing masks today That could save nearly 70,000 lives. When things get bad in their community, individuals are more likely to wear a mask more likely to be cautious and that that helps put the brakes on transmission, he says. Inconsistent mask wearing is one of the biggest problems people skipping masks when infections go down. Which leads to more infections, Murray says. Unless behaviors change 22 states may need to re impose additional mandates like stay home orders for Washington that could be sometime in October. After months of no visits, Grandparent's said nursing homes across the state may soon be able to see their families in person again. Almost. Romero has the latest on the governor's safe start plan for long term care facilities similar to the way counties applied to enter the next phase to reopen businesses, Nursing homes and care facilities will apply to move through.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"Sanders. Top local stories from the camo 24 7 news Center. Three Seattle Council members say after their votes to cut money and officers from Seattle police they are ready to work with the mayor and police chief on a plan and to do it with respect. Girls. Remember Tamar Alice says. Disagreements don't mean disrespect. But just because we are disagreeing with one another doesn't mean we don't respect the work. We don't respect the obligation to serve our community well, and that's what we're trying to do here. We very much disagree with the idea of not reducing the police force marriage any. Durkin's office says she and the chief If Carmen best believe SPD must transform that unattainable and unworkable ideas or the wrong approach, the mayor raised particular concern with the council's narrow 5 to 4 vote to eliminate the navigation team, saying that It would leave nothing to address homeless camps which pose serious health and safety dangers. After several long months of nursing home restrictions due to the pandemic, the governor announces a plan to allow you to visit your elderly relatives in long term care facilities. Almost Sir Romero explain. It's a four phase approach with phase one, allowing for different types of visits, compassionate or end of life, remote window and outdoor visits. Governor Inslee says a facility must first meet certain requirements. The long term care facilities will also have to go 28 days without a resident or staff member testing positive. Take over 19. These facilities must also have a least a 14 day supply and peepee on here, he says. It's important to note that even if a home meets all the criteria if the county it's in has a high number of infections, the home will not be able to move to the next phase. Health officials say Roughly 10% of positive cases are linked to a long term care facilities. But such homes they're tied to more than half the states. Covad DEATHS, Sir Ramiro Come on. New health researchers in Seattle are predicting Cove it deaths in the U. S to reach Nearly 300,000 this fall if more safety precautions were not taken. Dr. Christopher Murray, with the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation of the UW, says if 95% of people wore masks that could save about 70,000 lives. We expect many states during the course of the next four months. Will have to go through a period of wider spread mandates being re imposed in order to avoid much higher levels of death. He says. Masks and other protective measures are essential, but people's inconsistent use of those measures a serious problem. The Archdiocese of Seattle's out with a plan for its schools in the fall of their elementary schools in what are categorized as high risk counties. I'll start the fall with remote learning those in moderate to lower his counties have the option to start with small groups in the classroom or with a hybrid approach. Comeau News time. 8 30 Foreign Cuomo traffic.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"Precautions aren't taken. Dr. Christopher Murray with the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation of the U Dub says if 95% of people wore masks that could save about 70,000 lives. We expect many states during the course of the next four months. Will have to go through a period of wider spread mandates being re imposed in order to avoid much higher levels of death. Dr Murray says masks and other protective measures are essential, but people's inconsistent use of those measures is a serious problem. The Archdiocese of Seattle out with a plan for its schools in the fall, Archdiocese and Catholic elementary schools and what are categorized as high risk counties will start the fall with remote learning. Those in moderate to low risk counties have the option to start with small groups in the classroom or with a hybrid approach. And the Catholic high schools and moderate and hire that risk counties will also start the fall remotely. According to this letter. The diocese says that with students do return to the classroom, all schools will implement daily temperature checks, social distancing and mandatory masks. Facebook is extending its work from home program into next summer. The social media giant operates a large contingent of software engineers here in Seattle. But the ongoing pandemic has forced many, if not most of them to work from home. Now, according to Geek wire, they're being given the option to telecommute until July of 2021. Facebook is not the first, however, as Amazon, Zillow and others have ordered employees to work from home well into next year. Jeff Pooja Wait. Comeau News and owners of Bowling Alley statewide are urging the governor to let them reopens, saying they can operate safely during the pandemic. Almost Corwin hey cast more bowling arguably is the easiest recreational activity. In which to practice social distancing we're gonna be using like every other land. Reggie Frederick operates Narrows Plaza Bowl into coma, He tells the news Tribune once bowlers are separated. The rest is just a matter of keeping the bowling balls clean and those would be sanitized before you get here. As well as the bond. He's making the case that bowling alleys can safely re open alleys across the state are urging customers to write to the governor asking him to allow it. The effort comes too late for a legacy Bowling Alley in South Everett. After 63 years in business, Glacier Lane's told customers this week they can't hang on any longer and are now closed for good. Corwin.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"If more people don't start wearing masks today, according to global health Research coma, Su Romero reports that grim forecast from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at U Dub where researchers also say we could prevent about 70,000 of those projected deaths if 95% of people began consistently wearing masks today, Dr Christopher Murray says the problem is people letting their guard down and skipping masks when infections. They're area drop. But the drops appeared to be because of mandates for masks and closing businesses were actually see thatyou could save you. No more than 65,000 lives in the US through much higher mask use levels. They're modeling shows that if mandates and responsible behavior are not followed, 22 states will need to re impose things like stay home orders. For Washington. That could happen in October. See Romero come on news. Unemployment claims they're still in high levels. But new claims in Washington fell more than 13% last week in comas ran, Harris is is not much consolation, though. For a man who's still waiting to be paid. James Frye exhausted his regular unemployment when he was laid off last year, But he says he filed for the additional 13 weeks of pandemic emergency unemployment compensation, or PUC in April. Within the time frame, the employment Security Department promised all claims would be resolved. My last Friday prices after 15 weeks of waiting, verifying his identity and even promises from the governor's office and his state lawmakers, no money and he wants the SD held accountable. They're telling the public that they've taken care of everything they haven't it's already bad enough to see government officials lie to the public. I have reached out to E s D for comment, and I'm waiting to hear back. But the commissioner has said that their hiring more people, and they're working to get their time to resolve issues with claims down to a few weeks, issues that will continue to come up. His new and first time claims were filed. Ryan Harris Camo News, 3 34 Here's Marino with Cuomo traffic.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The U. S. by the start of August Dr Christopher Murray the university of Washington share the grim projection on CBS's face the nation Murray of the school's institute for health metrics and evaluation says the rise in mobility as the states begin to reopen is the key driver in the projections being changed this comes as John Hopkins university says the death toll in the U. S. is approaching eighty thousand I was inside city councilman defending his letter urging businesses to re open saying their constitutional rights are being trampled on councilman Christopher Rodriguez says Oceanside businesses are at the breaking point the anxiety and the stress Asia is weighing down on them on a daily basis we've done our part to lower the curve we have a lot more data a lot more science that out and it's time to open businesses get people back to work so they can follow the same policies that Walmart and the grocery stores and gas stations are following Oceanside mayor Peter Weiss clapback Rodriguez saying Rodriguez a stance is not the position of the city and police say they will enforce the order citing in Oceanside gym owner Sunday for defying the order to shut down Josh will lift in cocoa news San Diego's freeways were maxed out before the pandemic but if more people work from home when the economy opens back up it could be a benefit for traffic as they consider the long term transit outlook the San Diego association of governments SANDAG is encouraging flexible hours and working from home find ways to facilitate that telecommuting and I commute and and back to have those resources available for employers who want to find out how they can help their employees telecommute and ensure that they're being as productive as they would be in the office Dr Cynthia Burke is the research director at SANDAG employee can be as efficient and effective at home and actually potentially make them more productive and have a better outlook an opinion about their work that they're doing I think it's a win win for everybody when we can have people being able to work in jobs that allow them to do that to make sure that's as easy as possible traffic is dropped by forty four percent for the stay home orders Jacquelyn Hogan who's a war of words on social media Tesla electric car inventor E. long musk says he's tired of all the coronavirus restrictions and thinking of moving as company out of California at San Diego politician shot back the lan must replying to democratic San Diego assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez is luring tweet on Sunday night musk posting a two word reply to Gonzalez she wrote a sentence three words one expletive followed by Ilan musk you get the picture message received said musk but before musk tweeted Dallas continued to tweet saying California has highly subsidized a company that is always disregarded worker safety and well being and is engaged in union busting and bullies public servants in Dallas went on to write I probably could have expressed my frustration in a less aggressive way of course no one would have cared if I tweeted that musk received sixty thousand likes for his tweet in a twenty four hour period Phil Farrar cocoa knees New York state is looking deeper into his syndrome related to corona virus that's proving deadly to kids at all Scott has that story what's called multi system inflammatory syndrome has sickened dozens of children in New York City and the deaths that is caused in the state as government leaders and particularly parents concerned governor Andrew Cuomo says it's not showing the respiratory symptoms of covert nineteen this it presents as an inflammation of the blood vessels sometimes inflammation of the heart the governor says the state is looking into the dozens of cases that are known and watching some in children that are pending the condition is also being reported in other states and in Europe Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer demanding answers to what the department of Veterans Affairs is doing with its supply of Clark when drugs Schumer says he has reason to believe that orange are being used as Guinea pigs in corona virus testing or asking the VA.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KTRH
"America's first news there are Houston's news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven news radio seven forty KTRE everywhere the gallery furniture made in America studios I know coronavirus model shows more deaths will happen before August I'm Eric sharp it is four thirty newsradio seven forty KTRE traffic and weather together let's check in with the twenty four hour traffic center you can plan for some continuing construction league city along forty five by right around five eighteen with some alternating lane closures cancel keep in the back your mind for a Monday all those H. I. V. N. H. O. T. lines operated by metro those are expected to reopen I get to London in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center weather channel forecast mostly sunny today highs around eighty four no mention of any rain partly cloudy tonight but still no rainbows down to sixty eight right now mostly clear sixty four KJRH keep cool with a R. S. twenty four hour weather center it is four thirty one of our top story a new model is showing there could be over a hundred thirty seven thousand deaths from corona virus in the U. S. by the start of August Dr Christopher Murray with the university of Washington shared the grim projections on CBS's face the nation braces the rise of mobility as states begin to re open.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"Would die Dr Christopher Murray with the institute for health metrics and evaluation says increased mobility in states where social distance guidelines have been relaxed is to blame the models also predict lower death tolls in New York and Michigan but higher ones in California and Florida the latest code numbers for the state show the number of confirmed cases approaching seventeen thousand with nine hundred thirty one deaths currently state wide six point eight percent of people are testing positive another beautiful day in the Puget Sound caused a lot of people to get outside in flocked to area parks como school Miller reports on whether they were keeping their distance it certainly doesn't look like you know al Qaida golden gardens and it was at golden gardens Saturday we would see nearly everyone had flocked to the parking lot there packed officers with Seattle police watching over things when it comes to enforcing that six feet they have taken a hands off educational approach the same goes for state parks here in Washington the public to do their part choose status that to avoid crowds if they start to fill up just like those in Seattle and those parks may be closed on Cole Miller call motives Seattle is expected to have a quick and strong recovery following the corona virus scare according to a new report Yahoo finance analyzed the top U. S. metro areas and looked at two primary factors population density in educational attainment their analysis found the city's best poised to recover quickly included San Jose California Durham North Carolina Austin Texas Seattle and Minneapolis a suspected hit and run driver is under arrest for allegedly hitting and killing a bicyclist while intoxicated near port orchard happened Saturday afternoon and killed bicyclist fifty six year old Thomas Johnson of Tacoma a preliminary investigation by the kids have county sheriff's office found the driver hit the bicyclist I drove for a mile with the bike still stuck to the front end of his car the suspect a forty year old port orchard man was arrested on possible hit and run vehicular homicide and driving under the influence of narcotics charges two motorcyclists have died in separate crashes in western Washington in the last day the first one happened on highway sixteen near gig harbor Saturday afternoon fifty five year old Eric Griswold of liquid was thrown from his bike and later died at the hospital because passengers sustained less serious injuries and is expected to survive the other crash occurred this morning east of Orting on state route one sixty two the fifty five year old motorcycle rider was pronounced dead at the scene no further information is available it has been a deadly weekend out on the roads in western Washington calm was Nick Popham has a message from state patrol slowdown S. taking cars out there Ryan Berg says they've been seeing quite a few accidents during the stay home order or it was a little faster but that also creates a dangerous environment going a little faster was what was happening reporting a motorcycle had whipped around this corner when he hit part of the base of the bridge and got an accident was.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"Our morning ferry runs between port Townsend Coupeville so earliest departures are nine thirty out of port Townsend and ten fifteen out of Coupeville our next come traffic at eight forty four our global eco roof forecast now here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke today will likely be the coolest day of the week high temperatures staying in the fifties for most backyards and a chance of showers early this morning gradually tapering off this afternoon to sunshine the exception being the central sound will likely see an ongoing chance of rain showers through this evening the rain ends tonight clearing into Thursday will get that blue sky back Thursday afternoon and seasonably warm with highs in the mid sixties but then this big warm up starts on Friday we'll likely see highs well into the seventies by then and possibly low eighties Saturday on mother's day Sunday and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark is right in the Arlington area showers at JBLM here in downtown Seattle it's cloudy and fifty homeowners have a thirty six hiking trails golf courses and recreational fishing are coming back to life slowly here in Washington yesterday the state lifted restrictions on some of those outdoor activities this man for example hiked on Mount Sinai everybody was pretty respectful of each other and they would stay clear each other move to one side of the trail more than a hundred state parks and trails are open again you're asked to carry your own hand sanitizer follow social distancing guidelines and if a trail is too busy look for another spot governor Inslee has formed three advisory groups to help guide the state through the re opening as late as one group will focus on medical issues the quick this way to reopen our economy is make sure that we get this job done we do not want to go through this pain again another group will focus on businesses and the economy the third will monitor state services to keep them equitable ten Washington counties can started during phase one of the re opening those counties had no coronavirus fatalities said it had no new cases over the last three weeks president trump has questioned the accuracy of the coronavirus modeling done by university of Washington Dr Christopher Murray which now protects more than one hundred thirty four thousand people will die from the virus by August earlier predictions that indicated half that many would die Dr Marie believes trump is referring to a Johns Hopkins model with the scenario that does not include mitigation.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"The coolest day of the week high temperatures staying in the fifties for most backyards and a chance of showers early this morning gradually tapering off this afternoon to sunshine the exception being the central sound will likely see an ongoing chance of rain showers through this evening the rain ends tonight clearing into Thursday will get that blue sky back Thursday afternoon as seasonably warm with highs in the mid sixties but then this big warm up starts on Friday will likely see highs well into the seventies by then impossibly low eighties Saturday on mother's day Sunday and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark just cloudy in downtown Seattle and fifty right now Cologne is time five thirty six a prominent corona virus researcher says president trump was wrong when talking about his latest forecast this is university of Washington Dr Christopher Murray's model often cited by the White House and national experts and it now predicts more than one hundred thirty four thousand people will eventually die from this pandemic double its early years projections and when asked about the model trump claimed it assumed no mitigation but Murray says that's not true I think the president was probably thinking about the Johns Hopkins model there was a scenario of no mitigation are with the three thousand deaths on June first number Maria also says an increase in testing and contact tracing will likely help reduce the number of deaths as will using masks of wanting a large gathering of gatherings and continuing to socially distance three parents of file the suit against the state and the governor claiming that closing schools has violated their kids right to an education here's Cuomo's Brian Calvert aside citing their constitutional right to an education the lawsuits of bits as evidence.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KTOK
"Several Sunday night one of my list and this is somewhat macabre somewhat ghoulish but the media does it all the time as far as Americans that have died it's awful it's terrible one death is terrible forty one thousand it's terrible and it's just the the what the media does so I'll play another role on March the twenty second Sunday night I was with you there were three hundred Americans who had died as of March twenty second which was one of four weeks ago March twenty ninth one of eight times from three hundred to twenty four hundred on that Sunday night a week later April the fifth it was nine thousand six hundred so I went up eight times the other one up four times in April the twelfth which is last Sunday night it was twenty two thousand this Sunday night is forty one thousand so it doubled and doubled again but not quite as much as you can see and what happened to a large extent in the past week was a recounting of many of the covert nineteen deaths not to be respiratory failure or heart failure or old age whatever might be the government decided about ten days ago to reimburse states under Medicaid thirty nine thousand dollars for a covert nineteen death for the care of that patient and so if the death certificate said heart failure or respiratory failure state of New York and other states went back and re classified the deaths so that now it's probable as opposed to a cause of death by that I mean if you walk out tomorrow hit by a bus and you die and your and and you have the covert nineteen they're gonna market down as a covert nineteen so the forty one thousand is the number given by the CDC it's a high number but the earlier tonight on CNN Dr Christopher Murray of the institute for health metrics and evaluation is sticking with a number of sixty one thousand however it might be a little bit higher than that because of the re coating on the death certificates so whatever it is as I've said any death is awful especially if it's your child if it's your husband your wife your brother your sister but it's obvious according to all the statistics that at more than ninety nine percent of us will not die from this thing we're gonna live with it and be fine ninety nine percent more than ninety nine percent is more like ninety nine point nine percent so the argument of some is to well put those at risk educate American sister who's getting it and why they're getting it.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Last night one of my list and this is somewhat macabre somewhat ghoulish but the media does it all the time as far as Americans that have died it's awful it's terrible one death is terrible forty one thousand it's terrible and it's just the the what the media does so I'll play another role on March the twenty second Sunday night I was with you there were three hundred Americans who had died as of March twenty second which was one of four weeks ago March twenty ninth one of eight times from three hundred to twenty four hundred on that Sunday night a week later April the fifth it was nine thousand six hundred so it went up eight times the other one up four times in April the twelfth which is last Sunday night it was twenty two thousand this Sunday night is forty one thousand so it doubled and doubled again but not quite as much as you can see and what happened to a large extent in the past week was a recounting of many of the covert nineteen deaths not to be respiratory failure or heart failure or old age whatever might be the government decided about ten days ago to reimburse states under Medicaid thirty nine thousand dollars for a covert nineteen death for the care of that patient and so the death certificate said heart failure or respiratory failure state of New York and other states went back and re classified the deaths so that now it's probable as opposed to a cause of death by that I mean if you walk out tomorrow hit by a bus and you die in your end and you have the covert nineteen they're going to market down is a covert nineteen so the forty one thousand is the number given by the CDC it's a high number but the earlier tonight on CNN Dr Christopher Murray of the institute for health metrics and evaluation is sticking with a number of sixty one thousand however it might be a little bit higher than that because of the re coating on the death certificates so whatever it is as I've said any death is awful especially if it's your child if it's your husband your wife your brother your sister but it's obvious according to all the statistics that more than ninety nine percent of us will not die from this thing we're gonna live with them to be fine ninety nine percent more than ninety nine percent is more like ninety nine point nine percent so the argument of some is to well put those at risk educate very consistent who's getting it and why they're getting it.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"It won't give false positives if you've had older corona viruses Grainger also says it can start to give them a picture of who's still at risk and other viruses these antibodies are protective but clearly just from doing this test we don't know the answer that question definitively but this will be a test that allows us to generate that data to understand those important questions it's a blood test that would have to be ordered by your doctor and once the virology lab can get it going full bore they can run twelve to fourteen thousand tests per date with the possibility they can start running some tests as soon as next week Ryan Harris komo news the predictions being used to help guide the coronavirus policy elected leaders show the week of may eighteenth is when Washington state might be safe to relax social distancing measures Dr Christopher Murray with the institute of health metrics at the university of Washington says that's been one of their top priorities as they create their models when will the level of the infections in the community it down to a low enough level that even with current capacity in states it would be feasible to undertake testing and contact tracing and therefore reduce the risk of research sorry says the dates for each table changes they see things like their capacity for testing and contact tracing colonies time several former como traffic every ten minutes on the fours years Tampa Fulton some good news for folks in Arlington highway nine have been closed in both directions between two hundred fifty six street northeast in Stanwood Bryant road for a crash investigation that's been cleared away and traffic is moving through once again however we do have some construction going on in.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"States it's possible in Maine but in other states it's going to be a very unlikely on CBS face the nation director for the institute of health metrics at the university of Washington Dr Christopher Murray to the west coast states are further along in the corona virus pandemic the number of coronavirus cases in Ventura county now stands at three hundred and nine while the death toll remains at ten local health officials say all fatality cases involved victims over the age of seventy who had underlying health problems they're grown a virus has delayed income taxes mortgage payments and addictions in California but not property taxes Friday was the deadline to pay those taxes without incurring a hefty penalty governor Gavin Newsom let the day pass without taking any action business groups had urged a delay those are top stories I'm in Jellico BO ha I had a very pleasant good afternoon to you be careful westbound fifty and how Avenue new ko rail installation is taking place on the on ramp and shorten the merging the two right lanes drivers are advised to merge left if possible all the envy field offices are closed until further notice essential services are being held will both online and by mail no future appointments are currently available the real ID deadline has been extended to October first twenty twenty one traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Steve for a new study three point one K. if because if portly sunny and nice the rest of the afternoon with a high of seventy two to seventy six it'll be mainly clear tonight hello forty eight to fifty eight zero beautiful tomorrow.
"dr christopher murray" Discussed on KOMO
"Dealing with and actually some more spring like temperatures around the sound downtown now fifty seven then you're in the middle of twenty minutes of non stop news on comma with three oh six a lot of people are looking at the latest models from YouTube's institute for health metrics and evaluation regarding covert nineteen couples Kelly Blair says the most projections are encouraging many states on the east coast are currently getting slammed by covert nineteen the places like Washington state and California are doing better Dr Christopher Murray with the institute for health metrics and evaluation system modeling to showing improving numbers like a weather forecast they're gonna change as stated comes around and it's also weather forecast where the methods for forecasting are being improved and refined everyday Dr Murray says social distancing is working and countries like Italy and Spain are showing earlier peaks in China and that's good news meaning the infection rate is going down faster nationally the peak time is currently expected in mid April with total debts now estimated at eighty one thousand down from ninety three thousand Kelly blir komo news Amazon donating more than eight thousand laptop computers to Seattle schools como's Corwin hate reports the retail giant hopes to reduce inequality among online workers and learn critics of remote learning during the current crisis complain about equity saying not all students have access to computers and broadband internet Amazon's donation of eighty two hundred laptops worth two million dollars addresses that inequity at least in the Seattle district where superintendent Denise Juneau says the Amazon gift meets the estimated needs for her elementary students other corporations are stepping up.