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02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Carol Mackenzie. And I mean Bush. Tim McLaughlin. Is that the editor's desk? Well, the third largest school district in Pennsylvania, is getting ready to bring middle schoolers in high schoolers back to the classroom full time later this month, their suburban bureau chief Jim Millward tells us how Central Bucks school District Superintendent John Kopecky says staff and students will be required to wear masks at all times. Desks will be space that a minimum of 3 ft apart farther when possible. We're really confident in what Central Bucks is doing. Bucks County health director Dr David Damn Skirt says the county's data shows too. Rodents can safely be seated closer than 6 FT. As long as master warn the masking has really prevented outbreaks in schools. We haven't really seen definitive outbreaks in any school bus. Townie doesn't mean it's impossible, but it means that at the very least, it's very rare. Danziger says. There are cases in schools but no definitive cases of student the student or student. The teacher transmission. Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Valle Arco says they're following p. A department of health guidance of 6 FT. Where feasible, she says it's up to each district to decide. Montgomery County's recommending a more strict quarantine period. And Bucks County. Arkush says she's concerned less than 6. FT could result in significant lost classroom time. Damn Sucker says full in person schooling would give more class time in hybrid. Even if times lost the quarantine at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work a YW news radio. Pennsylvania is temporarily expanding its supplemental nutrition assistance program or snap to college students who are eligible as we hear from K Y W. John McDevitt. Prayer to the change. If a cold student was living at home, and their family was receiving snap benefits, the student couldn't be factored into the assistance offered to the family unless an exemption was met. But now, with the program expansion food will be accessible to qualify in college students. Our way of life and routines have changed to keep ourselves and our communities safe from this virus. That's Pennsylvania's Department of Human Services Secretary Theresa Miller. Jobs that students were normally work on campuses or around their schools may have reduced hours or may not be an option anymore. This means that students and families with more limited resource is maybe struggling,.

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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02:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Living through the covert crisis, Philadelphia officials are offering restaurants a way to increase their indoor dining capacity to 50%. But it's going to require heavy duty ventilation cable I w. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports as new covert 19 cases continue to fall. The city is ever so slightly easing off restrictions with his opportunity for restaurants to accommodate more indoor diners. If they certified that their H fact system circulates at least 20% outside air and has a filter rated at least 11 out of 20, either that or window fans, Health Commissioner Tom Farley says. It's a novel approach. We are breaking new ground. We're not aware of other locations. Have done this, But we do think this is a way to have restaurants, get back on their feet and provide service to customers will also doing it safely. Doctor, Farley says. If cases continue to fall, the city will lift other restrictions. For now. The ban on indoor gathering stays, and he continues to caution. The vaccine won't be widespread enough to end the winter wave. But he did have some good news on the vaccine. The city is getting additional doses of mode Erna and he expects the Johnson and Johnson want to ship by March, 1st. Six mass clinics a week. Our plan beginning next week and Rite Aid pharmacies are getting an extra supply. But he says the young and healthy should still be prepared to wait. Pad lobe K Y. W News Radio Central Bucks, one of the largest school district's in Pennsylvania, is getting ready to bring high school and middle school students back to a five day a week in person classes. Cable I w. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Millward report. Central Bucks School District Superintendent John Kopecky says masks will be required at all times while desks will be at least 3 ft. Apart farther when possible in all virtual option will be offered as the district gets rid of its hybrid model, Bucks County health director Dr David Damn Skirt says, masking his work to limit spread. And while there are cases in school, there's no definitive outbreaks of student the student or student to teacher transmission. We have seen zero cases in a normal classroom in Bucks County. We have never seen a teacher. That we believed contracted covert from any student in the classroom in Montgomery County were commissioner Dr Valle are cautious following CDC and state health guidance of 6 FT. Where feasible and leaving it up to the district's to decide what works best. They're following a more strict quarantine for any student who sits within 6 FT. Of someone who's positive. Arkush says she's concerned about lost instructional time His kids were forced out of the classroom. Hamsters take if a student has to quarantine in a five day in person program that's still better than being you know, out of school for three days every week. If you're in a hybrid situation at the suburban bureau Jim Millward KOW news radio and anti hunger program is temporarily being offered to qualifying college students in Pennsylvania because of the pandemic. Okay, Bye. W is John McDevitt reports supplemental Nutrition is this is programmer snapped, took the place of food stamps. It's not being offered eligible college students is based on their family's income. Pennsylvania's.

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"That flash flood watch. Tenants who have been struggling to make rent in Philadelphia will be getting two weeks of protection. Landlord Tenant court reopened last week in Philly. It was a move that ignited a protest. Almost 20 demonstrators were arrested for blocking entry to the courtroom. A city in court have been processing how the CDC is bar on certain evictions during the pandemic would affect proceedings in a city in order yesterday, the municipal court president, judge Issued a ruling to stop a process toe lockout residence for the next two weeks. By the way, they're almost 20,000 evictions each year in Philadelphia. Looks, county officials talking up an increase in the number of covert cases to college students and social gatherings. We get more from K Y W Server Bureau chief Jim L. Work, Bucks County Health director Dr David Damn, soccer says if a student gets infected into college outside the county, but then comes home. That case counts for Bucks County that is accounting for Ah, large percent of the increase that we've had recently our college students coming back to Bucks County, he says. The infection's they're seeing from college campuses are typically from social gatherings in the classroom setting, not giving it to professor just not like that. It's the it's what they're doing when they're not in classes and then obviously it's a big It's a big distinction. But it's also difficult to stop his advices. Students who test positive to try to stay isolated on campus, if possible, rather than going home and potentially infecting parents or spreading the virus somewhere else and you said Rather than telling their kids to come home. Parents concerned about Case Count's climbing on campus should tell their kids to be smart about social gatherings. Recognizing this is not a forever situation at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work gave edible you NEWS Radio. An H back contractor is accused of using mirrors to spy on young girls in a middle school restroom and Gloucester, Callie. South Jersey contractor is now under arrest. On Wednesday, police were contacted and the suspect, 51 year old Gregory Mah, Leah west effort was taken into custody within an hour of the investigation. Updating us now is Gloucester Township Police Chief David Harkens. Glenn Landing Middle school informed us of a odd situation teacher noticed that there was a mirror affixed to the door of a bathroom stall in the girl's students. Bathroom looked out of place. She notified her staff and the staff acted. Very quickly. Molly worked for a company contract had to perform heating, ventilation and air conditioning services at the school. Let's get more from the chief. We're backtracking now to see where else he may have gone at this point. No other Gloucester Township School has had these mirrors, and we don't suspect that he has done this type of activity of any other Gloucester township schools. Molly has been charged with child endangerment and possession of child porn as well as invasion of privacy. Anyone who has information or thinks that they might have been a victim is asked to contact police. Resident, Trump is pushing back against criticism he's facing over accusations and Bob Woodward's new book, The president says that Bob Woodward was so concerned that he deliberately discounted the seriousness of the pandemic back in February. You shouldn't have waited until yesterday to release the information. White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has more on what the president said at an afternoon news conference President bristles at the suggestion he lied to the public question and the phraseology and in lie, instead says he was leading by not prompting a panic. That's why he told Bob Woodward. He intentionally downplayed the threat. That doesn't mean I'm going to jump up and down in the air and starts saying people are gonna die. People are gonna die. No President insists the public knew what he did about the virus in early February. Everybody knew it was a boy. This was no big thing. His administration wouldn't recommend masks until early April. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is among those incredulous about all of this. Nobody wants to cause a panic. We want to show leadership. So a strategic plan. Following the science allocating the resource is In order to get the job done. Peter King, CBS News Sense of thousands of residents are on the run from wildfires up and down the West Coast. The destruction goes far beyond California. A small town in Oregon has been nearly incinerated. Aerial scenes above Oregon show the devastating effect of multiple wildfires burning in the state from the ground. You can see Holmes colors and playgrounds reduced to ash in Phoenix town nearly wiped out by flames. They were actually driving through fire for a little bit there. You could feel the heat coming into our vehicles. For weeks, Firefighters in the West have been battling a relentless siege of wildfires just north of Sacramento. The north complex West zone fire, destroying the community of Barry Greek and killed at least three people. A dozen others are missing. I don't want to know where the rest of my family Officials continue to call for a mess evacuations and they say the death toll from the fires could shoot up in coming days. Just ahead. It's a full shutdown, taking effect for a major highway. A point of view, NewsRadio way our Philadelphia Patrick was way behind on his I arrest taxes. I was in way over my head. The total amount ended up being somewhere just over $30,000.30,000 dollars..

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:43 min | 6 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Foreclosure moratorium ended. Bucks County officials are chalking up an increase in the number of covert 19 cases to college students and social gatherings. There's K y w. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Elwood, Bucks County health director Dr David Damn, soccer says if a student gets infected into college outside the county, but then comes home. That case counts for Bucks County that is accounting for Ah, large percent of the increase that we've had recently our college students coming back to Bucks County, he says. The infection's they're seeing from college campuses are typically from social gatherings in the classroom setting. They're not giving it to Professor just not like that. It's the it's what they're doing when they're not in classes and then obviously it's a big It's a big distinction. But it's also difficult to stop his advices. Students who test positive to try to stay isolated on campus, if possible, rather than going home and potentially infecting parents or spreading the virus somewhere else and you said Rather than telling her kids to come home. Parents concerned about Case Count's climbing on campus should tell their kids to be smart about social gatherings. Recognizing this is not a forever situation at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work gave edible you NEWS Radio President Trump heads to Freeland, Michigan for a campaign rally tonight, a day after journalist Bob Woodward revealed he purposely downplayed the pandemic in its early stages back in February. Earlier today, Mr Trump spoke with reporters in the White House briefing room in line. What I said, is we have to become, We can't be panic. Mr. Trump admits he knew weeks before the first confirmed US Corona virus death earlier this year that the virus was dangerous, airborne, highly contagious and more deadly than even your strenuous flu's to use his words if Bob Woodward thug What I said was bad then he should have immediately right after I said it got out to the authorities so they can prepare and let him know. At that time, Mr Trump was saying that Kobe 19 was no more lethal than the seasonal flu that the government had the virus under control and that I would soon disappear. Fires in southern California are threatening more than just homes, sending plumes of unhealthy smoke and ash into the sky. The worst concentration contain tiny, long damaging pollution particles known as PM 2.5. Smoke from the wildfires in the ash raining down can be harmful to anyone, even those who are healthy people living near the bobcat fire northeast of Los Angeles. I saw a huge brown plume of smoke billowing skyward and ashes floating down. Oh, yeah, all over the place in the pool on the deck all over the cars. Authorities warned that anyone who smelled smoke or noticed ashes should limit their time out doors and stay inside with the doors.

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And Sunday mostly cloudy and humid with some showers and storms developing the high 81 Glen. Thanks It's 305. The Republicans Slim down Corona Virus Relief bill has gone down to defeat in the Senate in a mostly party line vote that Well well short of what's needed to overcome a filibuster. Democrats said the $500 billion measure shortchanges too many pressing needs in the ongoing pandemic. They were looking for a couple trillion dollars in aid. This vote today seems likely to end hopes for further Cove it relief before the election. Bucks County. You seeing an increase in the number of Corona virus cases and officials are blaming it on college students and social gatherings as we hear from our suburban bureau chief Jim Millwork, Bucks County health director Dr David Damn, skirt says if a student gets infected into college outside the county, but then comes home. That case counts for Bucks County that is accounting for Ah, large percent of the increase that we've had recently our college students coming back to Bucks County, he says. The infection's they're seeing from college campuses are typically from social gatherings in the classroom setting. They're not giving it to professor just not like that. It's it's what they're doing when they're not in classes, and now it's a big It's a big distinction. But it's also difficult to stop his advices. Students who test positive to try to stay isolated on campus of possible rather than going home and potentially infecting parents or spreading the virus somewhere else and you said Rather than telling their kids to come home. Parents concerned about Case Count's climbing on campus should tell their kids to be smart about social gatherings. Recognizing this is not a forever situation at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work gave edible you news radio. 307 summer over backto work today for Philadelphia City Council members High on council President Darryl Clark's agenda and anti poverty initiative, violence prevention and police reform. Among the Bills Council is expected to vote on a ban on the use of certain physical restraints by police on suspects. Of the homeless encampments in Philadelphia are still standing a day after the city issued its third order for people to leave and for a third time did not enforce that order and the organizer's they are not planning on going anywhere. What about Houston? Jimenez has the story from the Ben Franklin Parkway. Metal barriers and wooden pallets are blocking off the encampment here, a 22nd in the parkway. These barriers are not put up to be violent as Kenny tried to say on Twitter. That's organizer Jamal Henderson, who says the possibility of force being used to evict them is on the top of their minds. After what happened blocks away a few months back on 6 76 City will not have a date to tear gas and you and used rubber.

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Philadelphia - Bucks County officials say college students are responsible for increasing COVID-19 cases on campus

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia - Bucks County officials say college students are responsible for increasing COVID-19 cases on campus

"You seeing an increase in the number of Corona virus cases and officials are chalking it up to college students and social gatherings are suburban Bureau chief Jim Mel. Work reports, Fox County Health director Dr David Damn, soccer, says if a student gets infected into college outside the county, but then comes home. That case counts for Bucks County that is accounting for Ah, large percent of the increase that we've had recently our college students coming back to Bucks County, he says. The infection's they're seeing from college campuses are typically from social gatherings in the classroom setting. They're not giving it to professor just not like that. It's the it's what they're doing when they're not in classes, and now it's a big It's a big distinction, but it's also Difficult to stop his advices. Students who test positive to try to stay isolated on campus, if possible, rather than going home and potentially infecting parents or spreading the virus somewhere else. And he says, rather than telling their kids to come home parents concerned about case count's climbing on campus should tell their kids to be smart about social gatherings. Recognizing this is not a forever situation at

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Editor's desk. Ln new recordings released by the Washington Post President Trump says he downplayed the severity of the Corona virus. Just breathe the air. That's how it's passed. And so that's a very tricky one. That's a very delicate one. It's also more deadly than your You know you're even your strenuous flues. This is deadly stuff. Now, that was President Trump talking to journalists, Bob Woodward back in February. After that interview, the public president publicly described the Corona virus is being like the regular flu. A few weeks later, the president told Woodward he like to play it down because I didn't want to create panic. Democratic presidential challenger Joe Biden won after the president he had the information He knew how dangerous it wass. While this deadly disease ripped through our nation, he failed to do his job on purpose. Was a life and death betrayal of the American people. Yesterday, the president called Woodward's book a political hit job. And this morning, the president suggested if the information in the interview was so important, why did Woodward sit on it for so many months? Woodward rule share more from his book in an interview on 60 Minutes coming up on Sunday. Alcove in 19 cases or climbing a bit in Montgomery and Bucks County's and that's prompting different responses from the officials tasked with tracking the virus and W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward reports County health director Dr David Damn Skirt says they're going to be a certain level of virus around for months, maybe even years. So what people need to take it seriously continue to wear masks and keep social distancing. We need to find find a way to move forward and look for ways to say we could do this and not for people to say we can't do it. He talks the recent rise in cases in Bucks County to college students picking up the virus. Girls outside the county than coming home. That puts the case on the books for Bucks County, he notes. The college students are generally getting infected. It's social gatherings, not in classrooms. Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Valle R. Koslow says they're seeing an increase in both total cases and the percentage of tests later coming back positive. But she says they can't track the rise in cases to any one thing. This is a little more concerning because there's not a single thing to point to here. There is no single intervention that's going Teo really get these numbers down. She's calling on residents to be extra. A vigilant over the coming days at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work a Y W News radio Well new guidelines for the supervision of learning groups and school age Children were announced yesterday by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services came one w said. Ask cousin it, says the story, Pennsylvania.

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Aid to help them get through the Corona virus pandemic. I'm Justin Ludo Phillies take on the Moreland's later today It's the beginning of their seven game. Siri's against each other cloudy skies 76 on the way down to 73 overnight with showers and thunderstorms. Thursday, September 10th 2020 Good morning. I'm Frank trainer. Our top story a 12 01. A new reality life in a pandemic. Now the latest from K Y W NewsRadio covert 19 case counts are on the rise, and that's prompting to different reactions from two different county officials. The story from our suburban bureau chieftain Millward Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Valle Arcos says they're seeing 45 to 50 new cases each day. In the positivity rate. 2% of all tests that come back positive is also going up. We're still below 5%, which is good below 5% is considered suppression of this virus. But this is a very worrisome trend, and I really hope that people will take this seriously because talks the rise in cases to community spread, meaning they can't track cases to a specific cause. People just picked it up out in the community. She's calling on residents to be more vigilant. A different message from Bucks County health director Dr David Damn skirt who says the virus isn't going anywhere anytime soon. So it's time to learn to live with it. We have to take this seriously. But we also have to be smart and move forward in a way that we could do Long term. He chalks Bucks County's rising cases up to college students getting infected at schools outside the county, then coming home. And if home is Bucks County, the case counts for Bucks County. But he says those college students generally are not getting infected in the classroom instead at social gatherings at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work Okay, what W news radio. Reporter, author Bob Woodward writes a book about the president and the pandemic. Some like it some don't moral Matt.

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:35 min | 6 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Air climbing a bit. And Montgomery and Bucks County's and K Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim our reports that's prompting a different response from officials past with tracking the virus. Bucks County health director Dr David Damn Skirt says they're going to be a certain level of virus around for months, maybe even years or what people need to take it seriously continue to wear masks and keep social distancing. We need to find find a way to move forward and look for ways to say we could do this and not for people. Say we can't do it. He talks the recent rise in cases in Bucks County to college students picking up the virus of their schools outside the county than coming home. That puts the case on the books for Bucks County, he notes. The college students are generally getting infected. It's social gatherings, not in classrooms. Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Valle R. Koslow says they're seeing an increase in both total cases and a percentage of tests that are coming back because Liv But she says they can't track the rise in cases to any one thing. This is a little more concerning because there's not a single thing to point to here. There is no single intervention that's going Teo really get these numbers down. She's calling on residents to be extra vigilant over the coming days at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work, K Y. W News radio. Activate his Department of Human Services today laid out guidelines and best practices for families in need of supervision of their school age Children. We get more from K Y W. Sadat's cosmos. Having the DHD Secretary Theresa Miller acknowledges that during this pandemic, some families might want to share supervision of their school age Children, parent or guardian oversight is key to our definition of a pod. In these cases, DHHS has laid out regulations for 12 more Children of the same age group and guidelines for smaller groups..

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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02:05 min | 6 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Montgomery and Bucks, County officials are taking different paths as they track a rise in covert 19 cases. Unser Vater, D HS. Secretary says the lines between school home and worker getting blurrier for parents during the pandemic. Recapping our top story, a New York real estate company. Durst tops arrival Philadelphia Water Fund proposal by the 76 years to build a basketball arena at Penn's landing. That's all I had in the next 15 minutes. Good evening. I'm Steve Taiwan, Quentin Clyde at the other steps. Over 19 cases or climbing a bit in Montgomery and Bucks County's K Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Elwood reports that's prompting a different response from the officials tasked with tracking the virus. Bucks County health director Dr David Damn Skirt says they're going to be a certain level of virus around for months, maybe even years. So what people need to take it seriously continue to wear masks and keep social distancing. We need to find find a way to move forward and look for ways to say we could do this and not for people to say we can't do it. He talks the recent rise in cases in Bucks County to college students picking up the virus of their schools outside Hide the county than coming home. That puts the case on the books for Bucks County, he notes. The college students are generally getting infected. It's social gatherings, not in classrooms. Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Valle R. Koslow says they're seeing an increase in both total cases and a percentage of tests later coming back positive. But she says they can't track the rise in cases to any one thing. This is a little more concerning because there's not a single thing that point to here there is no single intervention that's going Teo really get these numbers down. She's calling on residents to be extra vigilant. Over the coming days at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work, K Y. W News radio. Pennsylvania's Department of Human Services today, Blade out guidelines and best practices for families in need of supervision for their school age Children during this pandemic. Why W. Saddam's cousin says more Pennsylvania DHD Secretary Theresa Miller acknowledges that during this pandemic, some families might want to share supervision of their school age Children, parent or guardian oversight is key to our definition of a pod. In these cases, DHHS has laid out regulations for 12 more Children of the same age group and guidelines for smaller groups..

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Bucks health director wants modified quarantine for schools

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 6 months ago

Bucks health director wants modified quarantine for schools

"Official is advocating a modified quarantine for anyone who tests positive for Corona virus as a new school year begins. The plan relies heavily on masking As we hear from cable to use. Kim Globus. Dr David Damn, stur says the problem with the 14 Day Quarantine is it's very disruptive, especially in a school setting. Schools should not shut down every time there's a case in the school every time there's a case in the classroom, because then it becomes a game of ping Pong. Where someone says, Oh, I was possibly exposed or I'm gonna shut down the plant from fortunes, the kids going back and forth back and forth. Damn school, says the county has actually been using the modified quarantine with first responders since March in thousands of cases, and he says it works, he says exposed Person wears a mask, monitor symptoms and goes about their business well, walking around like pointing all the time anyway, and I think that once people think about it that way they realized you know what? What's the difference? When you go into a store? You already assumed that everyone around you has Corona bars. That's why we're masking distancing, right? That's the whole point. Dancer says Schools will be monitored closely to watch for community spread, he says. If that happens, it means the health and safety plan is not working. Kim Glovis

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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03:13 min | 6 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pennsylvania and New Jersey were getting hundreds of millions of dollars in federal money to help prop them up during the pandemic. All ahead in the next 15 minutes. Simon and Bush with Greg Orlandini at the editor's desk, the top health official in Bucks County is advocating what's called a modified quarantine for anybody who tests positive as a new school year begins. The plan relies heavily on the masking rule as we hear from habitable use. Kim Glovis Dr David Damn, Stur says the problem with the 14 Day Quarantine is it's very disruptive, especially in a school setting. Schools should not shut down every time. There's a case in the school every time there's a case in the classroom because there becomes a game of ping pong where that someone says, Oh, I was possibly exposed. Don't gotta shut down the class from fortunes. The kids going back and forth back and forth. Damn skirt says the county has actually been using the modified quarantine with first responders since March. Thousands of cases and he says it works, he says exposed person wears a mask, monitor symptoms and goes about their business world walking around like pointing all the time anyway, and I think that once people think about it that way they realized you know what? What's the difference? When you go into a store? You already assumed that everyone around you has Kuroda bars. That's why we're masking distancing, right? That's the whole point. Damn skirt says. Schools will be monitored closely to watch for community spread, he says. If that happens, it means the health and safety plan is not working. Kim Glovis K Y. W News Radio PENNSYLVANIA governor Wolf says he will cooperate with a federal request for information about Cove in 19 patients being put in nursing homes were still working through that and I want to do whatever I can to cooperate. In addition to Wolf, the Department of Justice also sent letters to Governor Murphy and their counterparts in New York and Michigan. The letter says DOJ is considering opening an investigation is the vast majority of covert deaths in those states have been in nursing homes that the governors have said their decisions were based on federal guidelines and that the feds were playing politics. Now all four who got letters are Democrats. A judge has agreed to delay for a month. The decision on whether a 17 year old from Illinois should be returned to Wisconsin, where he faces charges of killing two protesters and wounding a third. Those shootings happen Tuesday in Kenosha during that night of unrest following the weekend police shooting of Jacob Blake. The extradition hearing for Kyle Riton house is now set for late next month. Hurricane Laura is now a tropical depression. It's winds have died down Still rainmaker and the damage it left behind is massive killed six people as a hurricane in Louisiana left more than half a million without power. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca is overhead leg Charles, Louisiana Hurricane slammed into the coast. With winds up to 150 MPH and from the air, it looks like roofs were ripped off of homes and walls were collapse. The buildings that are still standing are submerged some of the half million who were ordered to get out of the storm's path or sheltering in San Antonio, Texas. I haven't got a couple hours sleep. People been real nice. They've been given us water and I really don't like to relocate just trying to get to it. One day at a time, Texas avoided.

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"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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05:03 min | 7 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Raging in California, And so it's a statewide heat wave number two The P I votes later this week. On the fate of fall sports here in Pennsylvania and recapping our top story You just heard from former President Barack Obama up next at the Democratic Convention. Kamala Harris makes history. It's all they had. Good evening. I'm Frank trainer, Quinton client at the desk in California, the governor there, clearing a state of emergency as nearly 40 wildfires burn Across the state and heat wave is complicating those firefighting efforts as we hear from CBS's Chris Martinez in Los Angeles and out of control wildfire is tearing through Vacaville, a city located between San Francisco and Sacramento just came on so fast so police and firefighters were going door to door urging people to evacuate was just raging. We got our stuff together and we left her home was spared. Others weren't as fortunate. The fire destroyed at least 50 homes and other structures, and the governor Gavin Newsom, is blaming the extraordinarily hot weather in thousands of lightning strikes for the 367 known fires, including 23 major fires that have combined themselves The state had nearly 11,000 lightning strikes in less than 72 hours. Back here. The P I double votes later this week on the fate of fall sports in the state. That story from our suburban bureau chief Jim Miller, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says the recommendation includes all youth sports, including schools and clubs. I think it's really important to take the same lessons about covert 19 that Penn State took that the big 10 Took that the Pac 12 took on DH that school sports be postponed as well as recreational sports until January. 1st Levine says they've seen an increase in Children under 19 getting covert 19 and she says they have 43 Children in the state or hospitalized because of the pediatric disease. MSC associated with the Corona virus. So the idea that Children don't get covert 19 is incorrect. And the idea that Children can get very sick from covert 19 is incorrect They can. If the P I double were to vote to allow fall sports to go forward. Individual school districts will decide how to proceed, Levine says. If that were the case, the governor's been very clear. He would not issue any mandates. Shutting those sports down at the suburban bureau Jim Mel, work credible, You NewsRadio and cases of the virus trending down in Bucks County. That story from Cabo W's Kim glove. US. People are living their lives and doing what needs to be done all while wearing masks. That's According to Dr David Damn, Skirt, director of the Bucks County Health Department, he says that's one of the reasons Bucks County's positive case numbers air down. The last spike in the county was after July 4th and with Labor Day coming up, Dancer says he doesn't believe there will be a new spike. If people use common sense. Be smart about it right and take some small measures that can make congee a difference between spreading and not spreading on. I think if you do that people could solve a good time and enjoy the holiday weekend gangster says. This is the baseline that he believes will continue with slight variations as we move down. Road, and he predicts it will result in a less severe flu season. This is the first time in forever that that everyone is walking around wearing masks and being hygienic and washing their hands of doing all the things that we've reminded people to do for the last 30 years, and no one ever does, And this will absolutely help prevent having a bad flu season, Kim Glovis K Y. W News radio. And now here's your cable I w scoreboard. The fliers just lost to the Canadiens. 5 to 3. The Phillies lost the Boston 6 to 3 and the Sixers lost to the Celtics won 28 2 101 Thie Democratic National Convention on K Y W News radio. CBS News Special Report. The Democratic National Convention, Kamala Harris is now officially the vice presidential nominee. She's about to deliver her acceptance speech A few moments ago, the last Democrat to occupy the White House. Barack Obama delivered his remarks. He praised Joe Biden and delivered a blistering attack aimed at President Trump for close to four years. Now, he has shown no interest in putting in the work. No interest in finding common ground. No interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends. Earlier there were more attacks aimed at Mr Trump from Hillary Clinton for four years. People have told me I didn't realize how dangerous he Waas. I wish I could do it all. Over or worst. I should've voted. Look This can't be another would've could've should've election and again, Kamala Harris about to deliver her acceptance speech. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. It's 10 51 Kamala Harris up.

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03:16 min | 7 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Our suburban bureau chief, Jim Millward has more governor. Wolf says he made that recommendation because he believes education and getting kids back in the classroom need to be at the top of the list. And I think as we develop that hierarchy would have put the most important things at the top of the hierarchy and make difficult Understandably decisions as to what might be less important. Bucks County's health director, Dr David Damn, soccer, says cases have spread from youth sports have been very rare in Bucks County, and I want to give some credit to both the schools. And the recreational leagues that have been putting these teams into play. They've taken very seriously. Montgomery kind of commissioner Dr Barker's couldn't say for certain if there had been any cases spread through youth sports leagues in her county. But she says, there has been exposure and dozens of people have had to quarantine after direct exposure from your sports, as we look at trying to make the situation is safest possible for our schools and for our community as a whole you sports is something that can cross some pretty significant substantial exposure because there He thinks drills and conditioning can be done safely. But games lead to too much exposure at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work a winnable you news radio, the 19th Amendment 100 years later. Coverage presented by the National Constitution Center. Protests were one way to drum up support for women's suffrage at the turn of the last century, But it wasn't the only way to bring attention to the cause. As we hear from KOW Verdasco's nets in the early 1900 suffragists trying to use symbolism to gain public opinion in favor of the issue of the women's vote pen Professor Cathy Price So there was this bell called the Justice Belle. It was a replica of the Liberty Bell, and it was supposed to be a women's Liberty Bell. Westchester associate professor in Krukowski says the Justice Bell drew a lot of attention on the streets. It was commissioned by Katherine Wentworth, Russian Burger in 1915 as the suffrage movement was really heating up, and it was driven all throughout Pennsylvania like a cart, I guess as a sign or a symbol of the demand for women's suffrage, But this bill was silent. I believe the bell was not wrong because women did not yet have the vote. The clapper was held still. So on one hand, the symbols are away for the suffrage ist to say We're not that radical or we're asking for is to be included in the meaning of these symbols, and at the same time they are radical because they're criticizing the symbols. Chester County archives is Laurie Ruffini says the goal was to get enough votes for a referendum. However, the 1915 Pennsylvania women's suffrage referendum was defeated, Ra Feeny says many people attributed that to the role played by the Republican Party machine. Philadelphia, They passed out sample ballots and the woman suffrage referendum was the only one mark. No accounts, key points that it took five more years before the 19th Amendment was ratified. Tennessee was the 36 state to do so in 1920 months later, on September 25th the Bell was taken behind City Hall. And it was wrong 48 times for each of the 48 states and ask cousin, it's K Y w News radio. Already a busy Friday afternoon on the roads. There's a crash jamming up traffic on 95 North and Delko will get a full look at traffic. In a moment it's 2 39 In.

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04:42 min | 8 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"It offered loans of up to $10 million to small businesses that were hampered by the Corona virus pandemic As to the size of easy, Forbes estimates it took home close toe $1.3 billion in 2019. Another high profile recipient was West Sister in law. Khloe Kardashian, who's denim brand Good American, received about $2 million. That Piper CBS News A judge has rejected a request by an Arizona health club chain to stop enforcement of governor Doug Ducey. Shutdown of Jim's Mountainside Fitness had disobeyed the governor's order for about a week by operating it's 18 health clubs, but they did close on Tuesday. Hospitalizations, use of ventilators and ICU beds in Arizona have all reached record highs. We'll rake off CBS News. I'm Jeff Ash. Philadelphia's new covert 19 cases stabilized last week as the city seems to be avoiding the kind of severe second wave that's affecting much of the country. Cable W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe report. After falling for weeks than increasing slightly, Health Commissioner Tom Farley says new covert 19 cases have Platt towed at about 110 a day. In contrast to other parts of the U. S A. U. S case counts are continued at all time highs. Now we're not saying that rapid increase here in Philadelphia, Yeah. I want to keep it that way. That's why we responded as we have tried to prevent a second wave here, Doctor, Farley says the rate of fatalities in the city is also going down. There's been just one death reported this week and for all of last week. The fact we're getting closer to zero is really a lot of progress before. Not enough, though, to hasten restrictions on endure dining, where people are getting close together, and they're not right masks can't wear a mask player Eating that setting is particularly risk doctor. Farley is also asking Philadelphians to avoid dining. Indoors in nearby suburbs, where it's allowed Pat Lobe y W NewsRadio. Over the past four days, Bucks County has had 103 new cases of covert 19 officials there say a lot of those cases were picked up out of state and only 14 where community spread. Cable W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel work has more Bucks County health director Dr David Damn Skirt says. Community spread or people not knowing where they picked up the virus is the thing to keep in eye on and he says, as long as people wear masks, sanitizing stay six feet apart from each other. They should be able to keep daily new cases low when people get used to the idea that this virus is gonna be with us. But I also think that people in that respect we need to learn to live with it A little bit, also says that doesn't mean ignore the virus. It means get used to masks. Another guidelines. Dancer says 50 of the recent 104 cases in Bucks County were contracted out of state, many of those in Myrtle Beach, he recommends people postpone travel to ST seeing big increases in cases if they can't postpone, he says, Be careful while there where masks avoid bars on large crowds. And he says he doesn't think widespread quarantines or necessary for people coming back out of state. Instead, he recommends what he calls a modified quarantine. Don't go visit your elderly parents the first several days you're back where math as much as possible. Continue to sanitize, Take extra symptom checks, temperature checks and make sure that you're feeling well before you leave your home at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work convertible you news radio. Delaware is among three states added two New Jersey's travel advisory. Here's cable I w. Suzanne Monahan, people visiting the Garden state from Delaware, now expected to self quarantine for two weeks. The NewJersey Department of Health says the quarantine is voluntary, but they do expect people to comply. Also, people who travel between the two states for business are exempt. Health Department says people planning on vacationing in New Jersey from Delaware should contact their travel or real estate agent about possible refunds or cancellations. The travel advisory applies to any person arriving from a state with a positive test rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents or a state with a 10% or more positive rate over seven days. The two other states added to the list are Kansas and Oklahoma, bringing the total number 2 19 Suzanne Monahan, K Y. W News Radio Joe Biden his won Tuesday's Democratic presidential primaries in New Jersey and Delaware President Trump picked up the Republican primary in Delaware. Cory Booker has won the Democratic Senate primary in New Jersey. New Jersey is already late. Primary got pushed a month later be close of the covert 19 pandemic. And while most of the voting was done by mail, some people were voting the old fashioned way. In person. Hey, boy, W's Mike Leonardo reports from Cherry Hill. There are fewer physical polling places because of the pandemic. But that didn't stop Sophia Raya's of Cherry Hill from finding hers and casting her ballot in person. That's what I'm used to doing. The location was changed, though due.

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04:41 min | 8 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Just one day. Dr. Anthony Fauci was interviewed by the BBC and was asked whether this country has a serious problem on its hands. Admittedly, yes, we have. We cannot give up because it appears that we're losing the battle. You've got to continue to try to educate people. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has ordered that masks must be worn in public across most of the state. It's a sharp turn for the Republican governor, who had said the government could not do what he has now done this requirement. Is not intended to be punitive. I said, We just need everyone to do their part to help to slow the spread. Meanwhile, vice president Pence was in Florida that state saw 10,000 new Corona virus cases in the day for the first time. A milestone is six times higher than where the daily record in the states stood. Less than a month ago. Bucks County health officials discussed Cove in 19 concerns as we head into the holiday weekend, Health Department director Dr David Damn, Soccer says. If people go away this weekend, they still need to take precautions. Sometimes 1/3 of our cases, Sometimes closer to half of our cases are from travel. These are people that went to a state like Florida. Arizona Jersey Shore. We're seeing cases from Dancer says he knows Fourth of July is a holiday, where people are used to celebrating in groups of places that can be overwhelmed with people that are starting a social justice sing and certainly will be wearing masks. So we are making this a major initiative for the health department and everyone who has a bar restaurant that has that you need to know that we will be looking, and we're hoping that everyone would just comply voluntarily. Bucks County Commissioner Jean de Jure Alamo added that alcohol and Cove ID do not mix New Jersey is going ahead with plans to raise the limit for outdoor crowds to 500 effective today. Kyi. W's Mike DiNardo report, The limit on outdoor crowds had been 250 people. But Governor Murphy said the state has made enough progress against the Corona virus to raise the outdoor limits were comfortable at this time to keep to the timetable we set. So on Monday, when outdoor graduation ceremonies were slated to begin and games to be played, schools will be able to accommodate them indoors, though the limit of 25% capacity with a maximum of 100 people remains, and Murphy said it was the fact that the virus was much more easily transmitted indoors that made him pull back on resuming indoor dining. Murphy, at his daily briefing announced the 27 more people had died from Cove in 19 bringing the total death toll to 13,251. Since April. US. Flags in New Jersey have been at half staff in memory of those who have died, Murphy said On the day before the fourth of July, flags will go back to full staff as a sign of rebirth. Mike DiNardo, K Y definitely news radio. Top health officials updated senators on the accelerated effort to develop a safe and effective vaccine for covert 19. The program is called Operation Warp Speed, and Dr Francis Collins says it's going well. We are all optimistic that the goal that we have set to have a vaccine that works and is safe. By the end of 2020 will be met. Dr. Collins is the director of the National Institutes of Health and that we would then have by early 2021. 300 million doses of the vaccine that's safe and effective. Collins also told senators efforts are underway to develop rapid on site tests to enable schools in sporting events to reopen. Linda Canyon. Washington A Georgia man has admitted to threatening schools in two states. 28 year old Levi Calhoun, the third of Georgetown, Georgia, has pleaded guilty to threatening to attack schools in East Alabama and West Georgia. With firearms and explosives. Wiley faces up to 15 years in prison and 1/2 $1,000,000,000 fine. Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to keep a sentence as low as possible within guidelines. As part of the plea deal, Calhoun created a fake Facebook account with another user is picture to make the school threats in November of 2018 Jim Krystle, a CBS News of Florida sheriff says he will deputy Deputize every gun owner in his county to pull down any violent protest that his deputies cannot handle alone. Lake County, Florida is southwest of Jacksonville side of the Republican Convention. In a video surrounded by deputies, Sheriff Darryl Daniels says if they need help keeping things peaceful, I'll make special deputies of every lawful gun owner in this county, and I'll deputize them for this one purpose to stand in the gap between the lawlessness and civility. There's no word on.

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04:40 min | 8 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"19 cases in just one day. Dr. Anthony Fauci was interviewed by the BBC was asked whether this country has a serious problem on its hands. Admittedly, yes, we have. We cannot give up because it appears that we're losing the battle. We've got to continue to try to educate people. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has ordered that masks must be worn in public across most of the state. It's a sharp turn for the Republican governor, who had said the government could not do what he has now done. This requirement is not intended to be punitive. I said, We just need everyone to do their part to help to slow the spread. Meanwhile, vice president Pence was in Florida that states all 10,000 new Corona virus cases in today for the first time. Milestone is six times higher than where the daily record in the states stood less than a month ago. Bucks County health officials have discussed covert 19 concerns as we head into the holiday weekend. Health Department director Dr David Damn, Soccer, says If people go away this weekend, they still need to take precautions. Sometimes 1/3 of our cases, Sometimes closer to half of our cases are from travel. These are people that went to a state like Florida, Arizona Jersey Shore. We're seeing cases from Dancer says he knows Fourth of July as a holiday where people are used to celebrating in groups are one of the places that can be overwhelmed with people that are certain social justice sing and certainly will be wearing masks. So we are making this Major initiative for the Health Department and everyone who has a bar restaurant that has that you need to know that we will be looking and we're hoping that everyone will just comply. Volunteer Lee, the Bucks County commissioner, added that alcohol and Cove it do not mix. New Jersey is going ahead with plans to raise the limit for outdoor crowds to 500 effective Friday. Here's Kois W's Mike Denardo, the limit on outdoor crowds had been 250 people. But Governor Murphy said the state has made enough progress against the Corona virus to raise the outdoor limits were comfortable at this time to keep to the timetable. We said so on Monday, when outdoor graduation ceremonies were slated to begin and games to be played, schools will be able to accommodate them indoors, though the limit of 25% capacity with a maximum of 100 people remains, and Murphy said it was the fact that the virus was much more easily transmitted indoors that made him pull back on resuming indoor dining. Murphy, at his daily briefing announced that 27 more people had died from Cove in 19 bringing the total death toll to 13,251. Since April. US. Flags in New Jersey have been at half staff in memory of those who have died, Murphy said On the day before the fourth of July, flags will go back to full staff as a sign of rebirth. Mike DiNardo, K Y definitely news radio. Top health officials updated senators on the accelerated effort to develop a safe and effective vaccine for Covad, 19. The program is called Operation Warp Speed, and Dr Francis Collins says it's going well. We are all optimistic that the goal that we have set to have a vaccine that works and is safe. By the end of 2020 will be met. Dr. Collins is the director of the National Institutes of Health and that we would then have by early 2021. 300 million doses of the vaccine that's safe and effective. Collins also told senators efforts are underway to develop rapid on site tests to enable schools in sporting events to reopen. Linda Canyon. Washington A Georgia man has admitted to threatening schools in two states. 28 year old Levi Calhoun, the third of Georgetown. Georgia, has pleaded guilty to threatening to attack schools in East Alabama and West Georgia. With firearms and explosives. Wiley faces up to 15 years in prison and 1/2 $1,000,000,000 fine. Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to keep his sentence as low as possible within guidelines. As part of the plea deal, Calhoun created a fake Facebook account with another user is picture to make the school threats in November of 2018. Jim Krystle, a CBS News of Florida sheriff says he will deputize any every gun owner in his county. Pull down any violent protests that his deputies cannot handle alone. Lake County, Florida is southwest of Jacksonville side of the Republican convention in a video surrounded by deputies, Sheriff Darryl Daniels says if they need help keeping things peaceful, make special deputies of every lawful gun owner in this county, and I'll deputize them for this one purpose to stand in the gap between the lawlessness and civility. There's no word on exactly what prompted the video or that the area is.

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05:16 min | 8 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Den for solar meteorologist Crystal CLI with Euros, accurate forecast Partly cloudy and 92 degrees here in center city as we head down to 74. It's 904 Bucks. County health officials discuss Co. 19 concerns going into the long holiday weekend, Health Department director Dr David Damn. Soccer says. If people go away this weekend is still need to take precautions. Sometimes 1/3 of our cases, sometimes closer to half of our cases are from travel. These are people that went to a state like Florida, Arizona, the Jersey Shore. We're seeing cases from Damn soccer, says he knows Fourth of July is a holiday where people are used to celebrate in groups far places that can be overwhelmed with people that are starting a social justice sing and certainly will be wearing masks. So we are making this a major initiative for the Health department and everyone who has a bar restaurant that has that you need to know that we will be looking and we're hoping that everyone will just comply voluntarily in time. New Jersey is going ahead with plans to raise the limit for outdoor crowds to 500 effective tomorrow. More on that angle from K Y W's Mike Denardo. The limit on outdoor crowds had been 250 people. But Governor Murphy said the state has made enough progress against the Corona virus to raise the outdoor limits were comfortable at this time to keep to the timetable we set. So on Monday, when outdoor graduation ceremonies were slated to begin and games to be played, schools will be able to accommodate them indoors, though the limit of 25% capacity with a maximum of 100 people remains, and Murphy said it was the fact that the virus was much more easily transmitted indoors that made him pull back on resuming indoor dining. Murphy, at his daily briefing announced that 27 more people had died from Cove in 19 bringing the total death toll to 13,251. Since April. US. Flags in New Jersey have been at half staff in memory of those who have died, Murphy said On the day before the fourth of July, flags will go back to full staff as a sign of rebirth. Mike DiNardo, Kois, definitely news radio. The Philadelphia police officer and two of his relatives have been charged for allegedly robbing more than a dozen people in assaulting some nearly three years ago. It's K y w private justice reporter Chris and Joe Hansen explains. He's now off the streets already, say Officer Luis Miranda and two of his relatives robbed a group gambling outside a hunting park business back in 2017. The 40 year old has been off the street since December of that year, while internal affairs first investigated eventually handing over what they found to the district attorney's office who is now charge Miranda with 15 counts of robbery and conspiracy and making terroristic threats, four counts of aggravated assault and a slew of Other offenses. Officials allege Miranda and relatives Gregorio S. Quillen and Wall Louisa's quail and robbed more than a dozen people outside of business along rising Sun Avenue near hunting Park Avenue. Miranda also faces drug charges and the misuse of police resource is for criminal activity, according to officials. In a written statement, Commissioner Daniel Outlaw called the allegations disturbing, adding that the actions of a few quote tarnished the reputations of the overwhelming majority of the PPD. Officers that discharge Duties with honor and integrity. Miranda is suspended. It will be dismissed at the end of the month per police protocol. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y. W News radio. Top health officials testified before a Senate committee today that the U. S. Is targeting tohave a 1,000,000 rapid on site tests per day sometime around September. They say that could enable schools to re open and sports events to resume their also optimistic that the Trump Administration's Vaccine acceleration program will produce a safe and effective vaccine for covert 19 by year's end and able to provide 300 million doses by early 2021. Dr. Robert Redfield believes the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the groundwork is being laid now to make sure once the vaccine is developed, it can be efficiently distributed. We are working on that if you will distribution mechanism. Now, and we were working on building the confidence of the American public Now. In testimony before a Senate panel, Dr Redfield said the effort to develop a vaccine dubbed Operation Warp Speed is on track to meet its end of the year goal. Linda, Kenyan Washington. The ousted former U S attorney for Manhattan will sit down with the House Judiciary Committee next week for a closed door interview as the panel investigates politics inside the Justice Department. Jeffrey Berman is the former U. S attorney for the Southern District of New York. Democrats were particularly motivated to examine his removal. Because Berman was spearheaded probes on multiple fronts, including whether Mr Trump's personal attorney, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, violated laws on lobbying for foreign interest as it relates to Ukraine. The committee plans to publicly released the transcript. Berman left his job last month after an extraordinary standoff in which he refused to resign until Mr Trump himself fired him. Still dealing with some evening shore volume as people get a jump on the long holiday weekend, the update from the traffic center next it's 909 Wherever.

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05:17 min | 8 months ago

"dr david damn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Its hands. Admittedly, yes, we have. We cannot give up because it appears that we're losing the battle. We've got to continue to try to educate people. Texasgovernor Greg Abbott has ordered masks be worn in public across most of the state. It's a sharp turn for the Republican governor, who had said the government could not do what he has now done this requirement. Is not intended to be punitive. I said, We just need everyone to do their part to help to slow the spread of vice president. Pence traveled to Florida today that states saw 10,000 new Corona virus cases in a day. For the first time. The milestone is six times higher than where the daily record in the state stood less than a month ago. Health officials in Pennsylvania say there are 832 new cases of Corona virus reported over the last 24 hours. That's the highest number since May 22nd. The hot spot is Allegheny County, home to Pittsburgh, 1.2 million people reporting its highest one day total of positive tests. Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman called the figure truly alarming on this side of the state. Bucks. County health officials are concerned about covert 19 heading into the holiday weekend, Health Department director Dr David Damn Skirt says if people go away I need to continue to take precautions. Sometimes 1/3 of our cases. Sometimes closer to half of our cases are from travel. These are people that went to a state like Florida, Arizona, the Jersey Shore. We're seeing cases from on the Jersey is going ahead with plans to raise the limit for outdoor crowds to 500 starting tomorrow. Okay, What'll youse Mike DiNardo has that story. The limit on outdoor crowds had been 250 people. But Governor Murphy said the state has made enough progress against the Corona virus to raise the outdoor limits. We're comfortable at this time to keep to the timetable. We said So on Monday, when outdoor graduation ceremonies were slated to begin and games to be played, schools will be able to accommodate them indoors, though the limit of 25% capacity with a maximum of 100 people remains, and Murphy said it was the fact that the virus was much more easily transmitted indoors. That made him pull back on resuming indoor dining. Murphy, at his daily briefing announced the 27 more people had died from Cove in 19 bringing the total death toll to 13,251. Since April. US. Flags in New Jersey have been at half staff in memory of those who have died, Murphy said On the day before the fourth of July, flags will go back to full staff as a sign of rebirth. Mike DiNardo, Kois definitely news Radio 60 wait now of Philadelphia Police officer and two of his relatives have been charged with robbing Mohr than a dozen people and assaulting some nearly three years ago. Our crime injustice reporter Nobody's Kristen Johannsen tells us the cop who's accused is now off the streets already, say Officer Luis Miranda and two of his relatives robbed a group gambling outside a hunting park business back in 2017. The 40 year old has been off the street since December of that year, while internal Affairs first investigated, eventually handing over what they found to the district attorney's office, who is now charge Miranda with 15 counts of robbery and conspiracy and making terroristic threats, four counts of aggravated assault and a slew of other offenses. Officials allege Miranda and relatives Gregorio S. Quillen and Juan Luis Aske Wayland robbed more than dozen people outside of business along rising Sun Avenue near hunting Park Avenue. Miranda also faces drug charges and the misuse of police resource is for criminal activity. D, according to officials. In a written statement, Commissioner Daniel Outlaw called the allegations disturbing, adding that the actions of a few quote tarnished the reputations of the overwhelming majority of the PPD. Officers that discharge their duties with honor and integrity. Miranda is suspended. It will be dismissed at the end of the month per police protocol. Kristen Johannsen K Y. W News RADIO nearly a year after Jeffrey Epstein's death in prison, his former girlfriend is now in custody. Delaine Maxwell. Was arrested by the FBI and today in New Hampshire, charged with helping to get underage sex partners for the late financier indictment was filed in the Southern District of New York, where Audrey Strauss is acting U. S attorney in addition to allegedly enabling and participating in the sexual abuse of young victims. Maxwell compounded her crimes by repeatedly lying in 2016 when she was questioned under oath. Maxwell's repeatedly denied wrongdoing. 92 degrees, mostly sunny in center city will head down to a humid 70 for tonight. Gonna crash on 95 south south of 4 76 Getting some attention we'll check in with the traffic center next Okay. Y w news radio We've got you covered. Philadelphia. Kaiser is off the chain. Everything is in one place for you. Your X ray will be done there. The doctor will see you fear the labs are there for you. And then the nurses that work with you, Kaiser. They make you feel so at home. They're there to meet you. I would not be alive today. If I had not had. I feel really, really great knowing there's a place that I could go to make sure that I can maintain health. Every medical cases unique. Jefferson Street ruffle Maryland two's early if I do Are you having a difficult time finding domestically.

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