18 Burst results for "Dr Galley"

"dr galley" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"dr galley" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Lives. Dr Galleys as 40% of covert cases and deaths have been concentrated in communities that make up less than 25% of the state's population due to low incomes and the lack of access to health care, he says. When vaccinations in the communities reach two million, the metrics will be eased for counties like San Diego to move sooner from the purple tear to the red tear. Settlement of a lawsuit out of San Diego is great news for parents and kids because it's opened up all high school sports in the state. Scripture is football coach Marlin Garden era whose son, Nicholas, is one of the two athletes in San Diego who sued the state. California leaders for coming to the agreement. They recognize that Cove it is not the only thing affecting the Children of California. He also recognize something that needed to be done to lift the restrictions on our Children. As a result, gives throughout California will have a little bit more hope, a little bit more opportunity to thrive through sports. A San Diego judge ruled last month at all high school sports here, outdoor and indoor could resume and that's down effect statewide after county's get below 14 cases for 100,000 Chakra KOGO News, a San Diego man who sold fentanyl to a 24 year old power a man who overdosed and died is going to prison. 33 year old Arnold Walters pleaded guilty distributing the fentanyl that caused the death in 2017. He had Hated being aware of the sometimes lethal impact of fentanyl because he knew others who overdosed. He's facing a maximum, or rather a minimum sentence of 20 years in prison when he sentenced in May your summer energy bill will be a little lower this year due to the decision by the California California Public Utilities Commission. SD Genie says the State manage high usage charge is going away. That is the higher price that kicks in after your energy usage exceeds a certain amount. Now let's get a kogo traffic.

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"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The new Year comes renewed hope and reasons for optimism. Michigan is marking a decrease in cases and hospitalizations. They're the 7 37 Max on its first flight in the U. S. For commercial passengers since being grounded for nearly two years in American Airlines flight taking off from Miami It's scheduled to land in New York's LaGuardia International this hour. ABC. Geo Benitez is there and has details on the challenges for getting the fleet in the air again. Part of the problem was That Boeing did not offer Ah lot of the training that you would typically need for a new aircraft that has changed. So a lot of pilots now are going through this special training through an actual simulator that wasn't happening before before. They were just basically using an iPad to train for this ABC studio. Benitez, You're listening. To ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey FBK from John Byrne, Isaiah 10 02 with your top local stories. Governor Gavin Newsom says the regional stay at home order, determined by ICU capacity is likely to be extended in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley with the continued surge of new covert 19 cases. Newsome says the state's top health officials will make an announcement on the extension. Today. Dr Galley and his team likely tomorrow will announce their projections over the next four week period. It's likely those state homeowners will be extended. Governor Newsome speaking remotely giving an update on covert 19 yesterday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University L. A county has the most covert deaths of any county in the U. S. Newsome also warned against vaccine line skipping the order three order in which Californians received the vaccines will be enforced. That's what Governor Gavin Newsom said. During Monday's press conference, Newsome issued a warning to medical providers who may be tempted to administer the vaccine on a relative or friend, he adds, They'll lose their license. Newsome said. The state will soon be rolling out details on how the covert 19 hierarchy will be enforced. As of Saturday, more than 260,000 Covert 19 vaccines have been administered in the state traffic.

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"dr galley" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"dr galley" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Here. Listen to this county jail US HDTV Los Angeles City, which I suggested was around 1872. But with our capacity building in the last couple weeks, we think go well north of 2000 beds just again. That's the alternative care site. Footprint. You've got the existing search plans within hospital systems that get you tens of thousands of additional beds all total. That is a direct response to your question. In terms of the immediate Staffing is the bigger issue. Physical less of an issue, though an issue depending on hospital again, he talks about does a totally different story. But in the aggregate the physical space Is less of an issue. It's an issue. It's less of an issue and staffing and staff. He remains our top power. That's why we highlighted a little bit of our staffing efforts today. But long winded. Don, so I'm sorry for being long waiting. We have plans. We're engaged with the hospital's directly on those efforts by system by provider, not just the hospital association. But with that, Let me just ask, perhaps more cogently. Dr Galley could also amplify and answer that question. And then I think this is an opportunity for Dr Galley as I turned over you for us to update some of those older plans so we can socialize What we've been talking privately. To our providers about Governor. Thank you. And thanks for the question out, sort of provide 33 tons of responses. First, a zit regards to travel and the impact of the regional state home orders and other things that you know, we always knew we were going into. Ah. Right..

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"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Foreign Carmichael and talk city of 30. 30 degrees. So we have a poll question for you today. And this is about what the governor outlined this morning about the lockdown orders, which Pretty much statewide. He's divided the state into different regions, and what would happen is if a region reaches less than 15% of the ICU bed capacity. So in other words, if it's you know, 85% full, the regional lockdown orders go into effect. And now first The governor said this morning, and Dr Galley said this morning 48 hours, which would give businesses two days to get their affairs in order and shut down and hard to comply. Well, now I'm looking at the order. And it says the terms of this order shall take effect. 24 hours after that assessment. Today could make a big difference for business, so I would like to know which it is. The order is written, it says 24 hours, the governor and Dr Galley said today. 48 hours. So I think on behalf of businesses we I think we'd like to know which it is. We are getting some new calls in on our parenti 50. This I think again is about the sleep train. Let's see regarding Arco Arena. I work for one of the local health system that I want to say which one and we have provided staff to Arco Arena in the past when it was open for Cove in patients. We do not have any staff there now, so I do not believe.

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"dr galley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:46 min | 10 months ago

"dr galley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I've tier three are other health care setting specialty clinics, lab workers, dental, aural health clinics and pharmacies, staffs, particularly working and settings in those higher tears, So that's the priority. This went through the drafting work group. This went through our community advisory. These air their recommendations based upon an equity and fairness lens, looking at this holistically bottom up, not top down and looking at the nuances and looking at these sub prioritization in terms of the priorities. Here are the six regions and here the number of doses. In fact, I think I can quickly add up. It's roughly 33 27,600 doses in the first traunch. These are our vaccine regions. I distinguished The five areas in our state home order as distinctive from these vaccination regions, which are defined through our traditional vaccination protocols. But these are the regions in these to the total number of vaccines that air going out. Here's what you should know. Tomorrow, the regions will be making direct orders. Based upon the prioritization of these three tiers. Tomorrow, they will be making the orders directly from two Fizer. So tomorrow, The orders actually go in. They go in. Based on this tears based on these regional numbers based upon the sub prioritization, that's plan 18. That's our first phase of distribution. I remind you in the subsequent distributions, we have the unique distribution strategy that distinguishes itself from Fizer and Madonna. Visor will directly distribute those vaccines. But Donna uses an intermediary McKesson McKesson! We are working with proactively and we will go three similar protocol in terms of their distribution and our regional strategy and sub category and some privatization. Strategies we anticipate in a few weeks to learn more about when those vaccines will be available, and as you recall these air, not the ultra low storage Rather ultra cold storage vaccines. These were just cold storage vaccines. And so it's a different distribution strategy. It requires different protocols and procedures because it's a different vaccine. But nonetheless, the efficacy is roughly the same again very encouraged. Not only the speed But the efficacy and availability and yes, safety of these vaccines we have reviewed through our scientific safety committee in concert with Washington State and Oregon and with some of the world's leading experts that happened to represent this 11 member body. They have been very active in reviewing the protocols and trials face one into working with the FDA, and they will quickly assess all the available information when it's made available by FBI. Others for all the subsequent vaccines are moving forward, so safety An efficacy, not just speed and making sure that we have an equity lens and we prioritize the most vulnerable. I should just note this. We will be very aggressive and making sure that those with means those with influence are not crowding out those that are most deserving of the vaccines. And I mean to say that those that think they can get ahead of the line and those that think because they have resource is or they have relationships that allow them to do it. We also will be monitoring that very, very closely. We will prioritize and we will expect that everyone in the health care delivery system is held to the same ethical standard of prioritizing truly those that are most in need and the real heroes. In this pandemic, our frontline health care workers and those are the folks that we must protect, and we must prioritize moving forward. I want to just end This is a curious way of ending in October, November December that we once again maintain our vigilance is it relates to act of wildfires in the state of California? We've talked in the past about Wildfire seasons. I think this is a proof point where in December and we now have active wildfires still in our state they sent Anto wins. The last few days have been quite intense. They're peaking later this afternoon into the early evening, we have been monitoring a number of fires one in particular in Orange County, the bond fire it 0% contained. 6600 acres We did receive and I want to bring this up just to remind people points of being vigilant in a record dry October. We are now experiencing against significantly below average precipitation yet again in this state on that means this act of wildfire season continues its extended if it's a season it all and we did receive from the federal government. I'm grateful to the administration, the FEMA For the F bag that was obtained and I'll just close with gratitude and we'll open this up to questions. Dr. Galley is here and our surgeon general is with us as well on the behavioral health issues on do some of the other stresses of people are under and she's available to talk about that as well. But I also want to just express my deep Respect and admiration to our firefighters. On It is not lost on me. I had the privilege of being contact with head of Cal firing the largest firefighting force of its type in their country are firefighters your firefighters? The state firefighters their union represented was talking about the stress during the holiday season of not being able to see their loved ones being on Because of all of these, why this historic wildfire season and how they have been under incredible pressure as well. And so again. This is now moving past the Thanksgiving season in the holiday season, and we're still asking more from Cal fire and all of our firefighters. Thank you, and we recognize you. On. We can't say thank you enough for your growing work this wildfire season and all were demanding of you during the holiday.

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"dr galley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"dr galley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So I mean, Leslie, people are getting fatigued. I What? I don't know what kind of Since you have, but if the governor does issue another shelter in place order, we're hearing that it would be A little bit different from the spring in terms of possibly county by county really tied to the tears were talking about in terms of infection rates and other challenges. I mean, do you think that kind of flexibility Is going could potentially help. I mean, what we saw in the spring, right was a real flattening of the curve because the state essentially shut down across the board. Yeah. I mean, it's such an interesting line to try to walk. And how do you convince people that this is serious? And how do you take care of The ripple effects, right? I mean, I've been I've covered a lot of the what they called like a sendem IQ, You know effects of what that what One of your listeners pointed out of the suicide of kids, mental health of, you know, social isolation and the health effects of that are incredibly real and incredibly dire. And I would argue that the people the families every single day that are losing loved ones. The 62 people that are dying every day would argue that covert 19 is also very serious and not taking care. Of stopping the virus should also be our priority. And so I really think that our officials need more credit honestly, in terms of trying to thread that needle, and I think you know California is trying to use some of the lessons you know. Dr. Galley came forward on Monday, saying, Like we will do it differently This time. We know we can do it for shorter periods of time and have a bigger impact. You know, hopefully won't just shut down and then You know, sort of hope so they do have more data. But one thing that I have learned covering this thing for the last year is that it is a beast that we don't know much about, and we're learning as fast as we can and how to stop it. We're also learning that as fast as we can, and there are costs on each side and they are real and they are painful. And I think that if you care about Death and taking care of other people in terms of our health care workers, etcetera that we have to reserve our social gatherings for a little bit longer. We have the light at the end of the tunnel, and if we can get there if we can Sit tight for a little longer. We can get back to normal and not lose people along the way. Well, we are going to talk in our final segment more about the vaccine, But we do have a collar Henry, who does have a vaccine question now, and I think that that's the light at the end of the tunnel. You're referring to Leslie Henry. Welcome to form. I thank you. I wondered if The vaccines will have any effect on people who've already been infected, or, you know, asymptomatic or have already gone through a small boat or Ah, large about of coveted. But there will the vaccine him in the effect on them. All right, Dr Reingold, what's your sense? I know there's a lot of questions outstanding about the Ah lot about the vaccine. So that's a great question there any great questions that you know The answer is that, um, the the recommendations that will be forthcoming about the use of the vaccine. Do not recommend that people undergo any kind of blood testing to see if they have antibodies of the light before deciding whether someone should be vaccinated. We don't know if the vaccine would have a new additional effect in terms of protection, and someone has already been infected. But the recommendation will be that if you have had documented coded Infection in the prior three months that you not be vaccinated. Not not because we're worried about the safety of the vaccine, but because we think you probably have relative degree of immunity for at least several months following a covert Infection. Wow, that's interesting..

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"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And really building the conditions to hold the line on the northern part so we can hold this one plus million acre fire in not only containment, but hold The line so we don't see substantial increase in the total amount of acreage burned. Rates to creek Fire. This quickfire generated a lot of attention for good reason. Oh, my. Gee, this isn't around the area that was disproportionately impacted by this historic drought Here in the state of California you recall a drought between 2011 in 2017 about 163 million, and by the way, that's just an estimate. 163 million trees that fell because of the drought historic, unprecedented recently historic and unprecedented conditions that lead to conditions that make it even more challenging in and around Fresno in Madeira area and this unified command. Complex again working with the federal government. Lot of federal acreage be burned. Here is well state Acres being burned here 48% contained last week. You could see the acreage burned in this last week. It's not In substantially greater meaning. We've slowed the rate of spread 322,000 acres to 333,000 acres, but it's still stubborn, Stubborn, complex 55% containment little better than last week's number. At 48%. So as always, we want to maintain our vigilance is it relates to heeding the warnings of those call for evacuations related to these wildfires? I want to remind people of the importance imperative being even more vigilant. In these dry and hot conditions where we start to see these winds whip back up. It was this time, October and November in 17 in 19 that we had some of these very damaging and deadly wildfires. Please maintain Your vigilance. Please take very seriously those evacuation warnings If indeed you are the recipient of one of them critical that we protect ourselves and our family our loved ones during this peak of our wildfire season, But progress across the board has been made testament to the extraordinary work The men and women, Cal fire and all the mutual aid that's coming over cost the rest of the country and again cannot Thank them enough all the hard work that's been done, including local mutual aid that has been working overtime, weeks and weeks and weeks, little rest, putting their lives on the line to protect not only lives. Themselves but property and obviously our wild lands in this state accordingly in closing, I just want to remind all of you parents imperative of continuing to maintain your vigilance that turns the actions you, Khun! Take Spreading mitigate, not wildfires in this case, but of Cove in 19, that 2.6% positivity rate is encouraging number of deaths beginning to decline, which is also encouraging. Still, though stubbornly at about 60 And 69 deaths. That's 27 and 14 Day average, total number of deaths and just a reminder. Sober reminder Average of 69 deaths a day still Because of coma. 19 don't be misled. That this disease is any less deadly. Quite the contrary. Uh, it's a much more deadly and it's ever been in the context of those that are high risk. And despite so much improvements, we've seen Therapeutics on DH. How we've managed the disease again. People are still losing their lives. What you could do, as always, is practice that physical distancing that social distancing where those masks Wash your hands. It's flu season. Wash your hands just on the natural will mitigate the spread of the flu as well and minimize mixing to the extent possible tomorrow just briefly, and I'll turn over the questions. Dr. Galley will be updating people on a different type of mask wearing And that's the Halloween guidelines that will be putting out tomorrow. Dr. Galley will also be updating on some other guidelines, including the guidelines We put out on Friday related to minimizing mixing and Cohort ing friends family. They're outside of your household. Those updates have been made this week just preview will be visiting with some of the larger theme parks continuing those conversations. Back and forth. We continue in good faith to tryto work to get where I know everybody wants to go, and that's to get people back to work and also create more entertainment options, But we need to do so in a safe. Way we need to do so with health first frame on and we're going to continue that hard work, and a lot of that work will be advanced even further. Later this week, with some insight visits on some deeper collaboration, even beyond some larger parks, But many of the smaller theme parks that I want to maintain some distinction from those larger those larger, well known brands here in the states, So that's it for the update today, of course, now happy to answer any questions. All right. You're listening to news 93.1 Kfbk and California Covad 19 update with Governor Gavin Newsom, As is usually the case the governor going to take these questions now remotely. Reporters standing on the man's via phone brass will get you back on for God. What the What? The technical difficult. There you are. One day a couple of things that I made number one. We understand from some litigation, wanted to try to get some tattoo studios reopened and purple here, county They have been informed that going to issue guidelines that will enable your purpose here. Reopens Patrick and forgive me, I'll We'll see if we can pull you back. But I wanted to bring up Dr Galley. I believe you reference something about tattoo parlors on and guidance. And so forgive me. You were breaking up. But Dr Galley was getting out of his seat. So that may be encouraging that he may know a little bit more. Perhaps you may have heard you a little better than I did, Doctor. Thanks, governor. And thanks for the question. I think the question was about tattoo parlors and whether we are considering like we have with nail salons and Barbershops, moving tattoo parlors into the purple tear. We are considering that we're working closely with the industry and determining if that is appropriate and hope to make an announcement on that very, very soon. Thank you, Dr Gallant. Next question, Thompson. Good afternoon, governor of the Public Health Department on Friday released new guidelines for up to three households together outdoors or wondering why now what changed miss this new guidance, which comes as we enter the flu season. As you and Dr Gallo even warning about concerning signs of Corona virus case increases in many areas. Yeah, And I think in some respects you answered the question. But since dr galleys right here, Hey, can talk a little bit about this in more detail and again still do the same tomorrow in his update, but Dr Gallant Yes, thanks again for the question as we approach so many traditional days and activities, and we expect people asking the question. How do we in a lower risk way come together with people? Maybe that we haven't seen in a long time and the purpose of the small gatherings guidance that is now posted on the California Department of Public Health website. Is really to not say it's it's a good idea or appropriate to gather with three families. But to really say more than three households, you really are increasing your risk. And so we tried to put together a set of guidance that allows people to have a what we in public health talk about a harm reduction framework, really reducing risk. And minimizing the chance of the spread of the disease. So we did put that out as a way to tee up future guidance around how to minimize our risk In some activities. We know many Californians are considering the first of which is coming up with Halloween. Then we have things with Election Day and and the traditions of coming together around that then Thanksgiving and then the other traditional winter holidays. So all of that is coming out now to support our endeavors and to support local partners, local health jurisdictions, putting out similar guidance for those events. To be getting more more or should anticipate more and more updates to existing guidance as well.

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"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Being associated Press. Thank you, Governor. I have two questions first. Why I want the Koran virus numbers have been improving. Dr. Galley warned last week of unexpected increase in cases and a potential 89% jump in hospitalizations in the next month down some counties. I mean, that could mean businesses again had to close the restrict services. So what do you say to those business owners who say they can't survive a third shutdown? And secondly and more schools are now offering classroom instruction. Have you and the first partner decided whether your Children will attend school in person. But it depends when the school makes the decision about whether or not they could move in that direction, based on concurrence with the county. There are hundreds of schools I think north of 600. The last I checked, though, all happily update you on that number that have received waivers from all over the state of California and elementary schools. My kids oldest just turned 11 youngest is for Eso were in that. Category broadly, But beyond that, I have no update for you released my specific status and my family as it relates to the broader issue of transmission. I would say to all the business men and women, I would tell all the entrepreneurs and parents included that we maintain our vigilance. If we continue to practice physical, distancing, social distancing, we minimize mixing If we abide by these mask mandates, then we can substantially address the concerns that you raised in your inquiry, and that's fundamental and foundational. We all need to maintain our vigilance as we modify as we make progress, and we are making progress. You will hear Dr Galley tomorrow update you on the tiered status. Many new counties are moving into new tears that will allow them to modify with modification to begin to re open businesses and the like that we do so safely. We do So with our eyes wide open that we again are moving into the fall, and so if people can take seriously And not let their guard down. Take seriously this moment. A cz. We transition through the fall and hopefully into spring where we have a vaccine on we can turn the page on covert 19 if we can do everything in our power to mitigate That's spread in the course of the next number of weeks, the number of months then we can avoid the example that you just set forth. Your heart is.

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CHHS Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly Provides Update on COVID

Pacifica Evening News

01:19 min | 1 year ago

CHHS Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly Provides Update on COVID

"Backward as the fall season begins. Flu season approaches Public health experts of expressed concern over a perfect storm of Accelerated covert activity and an active flu season that could stretch hospital capacity. This winner. A second wave of Corona viruses, already hitting parts of the U. S. And beyond. Dr Galley says the goal is to stop that from happening in California. We are seeing across the nation and increase in a number of states were seen a second wave starting in Europe. Some European countries are returning back to stricter stay at home, like orders some additional restrictions that of course we've seen here in California we were the first state didn't implement that statewide. Stay at home order, but we are doing all that we can to make sure our county's can avoid a step back in that way. For a more restrictive level of operation. Kelly says the same measures that mitigate the spread of the Corona virus such as physical distancing, masking and hand hygiene are also effective at keeping the fluid base off. Those measures are taken seriously. A worst case scenario winter season

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"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"3294 cases Are off total number of tests of roughly just shy of 150,000 tests that were conducted as a consequence of a substantial increase over the last few days of number of tests conducted close to 170,000 on Friday, 180,000 roughly on Saturday roughly 150,000 on Sunday. You could see the seven day average of daily test now moving back up to where we were pre these wildfires again that heat dome, the heat wave wildfires, air quality were impacting our total testing availability in this state. We're starting to see those numbers go back up now just shy of 124,000 test average number of daily tests over the last seven days. You are listening to news 93.1 kfbk Governor Gavin Newsom, three. 0.1% over 14 Day period 2.8% over a seven day period. So testing now increasing positivity race continue to decrease in the state of California Mention this the last time I updated you that we're making real progress on building out this Very large lab where we will substantially increase our testing well above 124,000 average daily test. You see reflected in the last seven days we are on On schedule in terms of those efforts, and again, it's just a point of emphasis that we are committed to increasing testing in the state of California. We're not retreating. From our testing responsibilities. Quite the contrary. We are of the firm opinion that the sooner we are able to move forward to increase the availability and the timeliness of tests here in the state of California, we will have more clarity and more assurance in our capacity to move more swiftly. Tio not only reopened different sectors of our economy more fully. It also reopened our schools in a more sustainable way as well. And so one cannot let up on those efforts and again, California Prides itself on its commitment to advance our testing in a substantially more comprehensive manner more of a framework of equity of focus on reaching out underserved communities and time. Frame to getting test results back within 24 hours, and I should just note the backlog now in terms of testing results has substantially declined over the course of last number of weeks. Just 5 70% of the test now are coming back within a 24 hour period on substantial number within 48 hours will monitor that. But we want to see those test results back within 24 hour period as a benchmark, a za foundational principle but again Ken Ewing to provide access on to provide the kind of quality surveys that we all of us deserve, continues to be our goal. Goaless Wells to see hospitalizations decline in this state 23% decrease Now over a two week period, this slide is becoming very, very familiar and again, very, very encouraging Slide hospitalization numbers. Declining a two relatively consistent rate over the course of not just the last two weeks, but even beyond three or four weeks, tracking consistently with those declines and hospitalizations I see you. Admissions here in the state tracking roughly similar 25% decrease in the total number of admissions over a 14 Day period, so real progress. As relates to our case counts real progress is it relates to our positivity right here in this state? California reminds you 2.8% 7 Day positivity here in the state of California testing, starting to increase Back up a commitment over the course of the next number of weeks to substantially increased still are testing to provide points of access to our schools on more broadly to target underserved communities in the state of California, So we have a really sense of the community spread, particularly as we move into the fall. We move into flu season. On. We move in to a challenging environment where we could potentially experience what some refer to as a twin dem IQ of flu and covert. Overwhelming the icy use and hospitals. We want to avoid that. I'll be talking in the next few days about how you can help aid in advance that by getting a flu shot, But today I just wanted update you on some of these efforts that Dr Galan his team have been advancing a zit relates to the Mitigation spread transmission rate of Koven 19. By the way, Dr Galley tomorrow we'll update you on our tiered status. I know many counties are anticipating moving into orange status, some into red on DH some that are right on the cusp. I'll reserve Further commentary on this except to say that data is being collected in really time. It would be premature for me at this moment to, uh, well to announce what Dr Galley will announce tomorrow as it relates to the progress in these tiered status, but every Tuesday I remind you every Tuesday, Dr Galley will be making updates on our tiered colored status and we anticipate as we're seeing progress and declining emissions. Hospitals.

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"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Source. I I was wondering about the county monitoring with and how this will affect that. And when the county monitoring list will be unfrozen, and when it isn't frozen, will the 14 days start from that point, or will you Look back to see if county's could have been removed earlier in terms of schools being able Teo be eligible for the element you waivers and then finally, we were also wondering why it's okay to open child care centers. But not school in the county is better on these. For many months, we've talked about the unique guidelines that we put forth this relates to child care centers, The smaller cohorts. That are a big part of our child care efforts. The work we did on PP the work we did addressing sanitation, and so the guidelines are distinctive. The guidelines are unique, and I'm happy to provide, in fact, will encourage my team to ride you specific details. To bear fruit to that assertion, at least an assertion but also what we've been promoting over the course of many, many months relates to child care for essential workers. Child care to meet the needs of our workforce, particularly our healthcare workers during the peak of this pandemic, so I separate Those two, But the question, I think is a very warranted one accordingly. Thank you for your question, which I do appreciate his relates to looking back at these 38 counties that we last left you that were on the monitoring this So what? We're doing this opportunity to clarify. We're going back to the dates. That's why I want to get the county by county dates, not just throughout. Aggregate numbers, but for the purposes, in particular of understanding at the county level, the approaches and strategies for contact, tracing and understand mitigation has spread in a more dynamic way. County by county is foundational, but also as it relates to re opening our schools, and so we're going to go back. Going to plug in on the basis of those dates will update on the basis of those dates on the county monitoring list. I should just say this, I don't expect Dramatic changes in the monitoring list. There will be some modifications, but I don't expect dramatic changes s O. That is a little bit of a preview, but the reality is we want tohave. Day day, Uh, construct that is advanced, and that's exactly what's being doing being done with the counties over the next 48 72 hours. It's your call ever. Hi, Governor. Thank you for taking a call to questions here. One is looking at the fixes from the state, you know, talked about long term and kind of medium term. How can we immediately turn in terms? Be confident that we won't have this kind of adage again and then? Secondly, I want to push back on this with Dr Angel. I feel like we have the public deserve a little bit clearer explanation must has been focused on the data problems. So why should you know? State health officer have to go in the middle of this Or why is she leaving? I could clean and I think we need to know more. She resigned. She wrote a resignation letter and I accepted her resignation. We're all accountable in our respective roles for what happens underneath us. I don't want to hear any more than that. But if it's not obvious, then I will encourage you to consider the fact that Accept the resignation appreciated her work. Uh, we all have a role in responsibilities relates to what happens within our respective departments. None of this is easy. The technology is always stubborn and challenging on all of these things being assessed all of these things being considered in relationship to what we're doing, going forward with our acting interim DPH director and as relates to our long term strategies on so that's what I can say on this. That's what I think is appropriate to say it and I think that's very clear on DH extent that someone does resign. We accept that resignation if we fill it appropriate, accepted that resignation. Voices. Governor. Thanks for taking a question. My, um, this one's about schools. I know. You know, Orange County's on the watch list. It depends on you know the backlog of cases coming in, and it will stay on that, Watson. But if it does say there's two different regions in the county, North County particularly hit hard Or South County doesn't see the transmission rate in the waiver process would be a chance for some of the cities in South County from the school district that may always sort of the 200 cases per 100,000 people would be able to move forward and open schools. More with the whole county have Tio pullback on school reopened. Now I think that's a wonderful question. And the answer is yes, there's nuances relates to local health officers, local health conditions within districts within counties that we did consider as it relates to the waiver process. But we asked Dr Galley talk about that a little bit Maurin terms of What you could expect from that waiver process within a county is large in particulars. Orange County, I think perfect a poster child for exactly the kind of nuance that needs to be considered as it relates to that waiver strategy. Again. You are listening to this covert 19 briefing here in California on News, 93.1 Cave pecan. Thanks for the question. Indeed, as the governor said the waiver process really allows When a county so that's the entire county meets our threshold. A conversation between those schools in a school district and the county health officer and Public health leaders there to make the decision as to whether that district will move forward. We know that county health officials, health officers are looking broadly at their entire county trying to understand what the transmission is throughout the county to make these decisions, but the first threshold testes Really at the county level, and we hope is the new backlog. Data gets assimilated into our last two weeks of records, and we move forward and we see that trends in hospitalizations and ice levels. We expect and hope continue. Tio come down as they are that more and more counties will have an opportunity to consider the waiver process and determine if it is The right thing for the district's in those counties, Orange County, other counties all included Next question. Final questions here belong to a sect..

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"dr galley" Discussed on 790 KABC

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Roman, CBS 13. Thank you worked in the Department of Public Health knew that there was a computer glitch issue but never reported your administration. Is there truth to that? And it's so why weren't you notified right away? Well, we made adjustments to our teammate approach. New approach to how we address the issues relates to cow already and How we address these issues going forward. It's absolutely true. Andi. That's why we're here. Transparency. We can be in terms of the announcements we made today. Dr Galley, making some of those personnel announcements, my answering your questions, reinforcing the fact that we're moving direction. With some confidence. Having cleared that backlog of 295,000 cases working now with the counties to get their numbers updated so that we can present them to you. Things are unfortunate. But we are moving forward on. As I say The good news. Hospitalization numbers continue to trend down. I seeyou numbers continue to try and down 172,000. Tests were conducted, at least reported rather, yesterday. Those positivity numbers you represented our representative. That slide suggest that the trend also looks favorables relates to positivity right in the state. Kathleen remain AP So I just want a little bit more about this data issues. So at the beginning you were talking about our aging infrastructure. And I guess I'm wondering if this bear inappropriate to blame this on ese infrastructure. Because from what we know it seems to be a result of a result of human error. And then you're being a little bit vague on further circumstances. Dr. Angels departure but she was a top public health officer. You feel there's public interesting why she left prior to this dating glitch. Were there other issues with her performance or for leadership of the state's public health By forgive me for being human here. I'm governor. The buck stops with me. You wanted accountability. It's what the state With the governor. I'm used to that cross the specter so large states a nation state terms of size, scope, largest state in the union. Ah, lot of moving parts on any given day. There's a lot of information. That comes in that I assure you should not live in people that we're meeting expectations in every way, shape or form in terms about the business of the state is conducted every day. We work to improve upon that. Every day. We own up to our responsibility and accountability in these roles to doom or and do better on to seek to improve to make progress and ultimately I can only assure you it's my responsibility to make that progress. But one thing I won't do as a human being. Eyes get into detailed personal conversation with you out of respect. In a deeper responsibility not to go into a back and forth. The decision was made. I applaud Dr Angel for making decisions you made. I made it crystal clear. We built a new team. Doctor Galley has us well. We have fixed the backlog. We're moving. In a direction not only to address the short term issues, but as I said, the medium term issues with the system, and that includes by the way building a system capacity that is focused. Solution. To address covert 19 specifically already in the past was dealing with a couple 100 cases a day. Not the magnitude of the cases that we're experiencing a state is large at the moment, so we need to isolate. That's why we had any tongue as part of our I T team in there. This was T respects or some personnel judgment questions as well. At the end of the day was a combination of factors servers, redundancies, issues that could have been addressed. One of us and decisions were made on. We're moving forward. No one's trying to hide that No one's trying to mask that. We're owning that we're moving forward to address those issues have is it relates the backlog that information will be forthcoming and will address these issues. As I said over the next few weeks in the medium term. And then deal with these larger questions, which I do believe our foundational in the state across the spectrum of state agencies. Theresa Harrington, head source. Hi. Um, I was wondering about the county monitoring with and how this will affect that. And when the county monitoring list will be unfrozen, and when it.

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"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dr Pan Now health officer in the interim is well in terms of making the decisions we're making on moving forward with kind of focus that you deserve your governor. Oh, and as a state Will and times Hi, Governor. When you held your reaching last week on Monday, did you know there was a computer glitch? Computer palms? That was that was corrupting the krone virus testing data. And when did you When did you know that Wasn't off. When did you first hear that was involved on Monday come back Monday evening, and Dr Gallo came out Tuesday. And laid out how far back it went Friday. We reinforced that roughly 14 days we learned about it after the presentation, and yeah, I think over period of time we've spent time fill you myself. But members of public that We would not have put out those data points. Had we known that so by definition, were unaware. I was unaware and was made aware later that evening, and we had Dr Galan come out that next morning because of his capacity of understanding the details. And the nuance working with his team to understand exactly what right wrong with with the background over the back long let me just say this, though I think this is a really important It's one thing you know, look nature of things you're dealing with totality of response. Historic challenges in terms of data collection databases that were never designed for the world that we're living in that something may there may be a glitch. There may be an issue with the server. I don't think that's novel nude anybody, but the key is to Own up to it. He is to address it. He is to be transparent, which Dr Galley and others administration's been since we learned of it since he learned of it since I learned of it on move forward, make decisions so that we don't repeat the mistakes of the past. Try to fix the system's not just short term, but as I said a moment ago long term But the good news and I think again this is incredibly important. You see those hospitalization numbers. You see those? I see you numbers. We have systems in place. We're making personal phone calls in terms of reaching out to those hospital systems. Those we have absolute confidence in those numbers. Hospitalizations don't lie. I seeyou numbers don't mislead. Those are factual. And those are grounding in terms of our efforts in this state, And I believe over the course the next day or two when we assess the total number of pods. Votives. Based on that backlog that you will see exactly what we said was occurring a week ago. You'll see that reflected in the positivity rates in this state that work unseen, a decline not just In hospitalizations on icy use, but also in our positivity rates in the state, and I remind you positivity rates are foundational. This state is testing this much or more than any other state country. This is where I do subscribe some affinity to those that suggests, the more you test, the more positive you have. That's absolutely true. Way want to test more because we want a better sense of where the community spread is the background infection rate in our state. But positivity rates provide a really a sense of where that community spread is and whether or not it's growing or declining our confidence from those numbers. Come out, you'll see There's trendlines we asserted last Monday are consistent. Onerous of.

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"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kids, our parents, not just our educators on distance learning. We put out a lot of guidelines in this space to help educate support parents. I know our school. We're sending our kids with pre school kids and other kids going to elementary school middle school. They've also been putting out kids and kits and guidelines some videos to help support parents like myself. My wife this effort and we want to continue to Seymour of that, and we're seeing a lot of that. I know Austin Butin Ally, Unified School District beginning to do a lot of that as well to his credit, and so we're gonna have to do a lot more. Because you're right. The stresses air. Really, These challenges are demonstrably and yes, they're very personal. Rachel BLOOM. Kaiser Health News Governor. Thanks so much. I would have knocked it there. It's taking between five and seventies. Teo get results for test diagnostic tests right now, and I know that they're really important part of California testing infrastructure. Both private and public. He's taking a really long time. The results are you at all rethinking the partnership or any of their contract with us? How What are you thinking about to try and get some of these results a little faster and a little bit more meaningful. So, as you know, we re constitute our testing task force. Dr Galley a week ago made that announcement laid out specific details. New strategies. New protocols, new acuity of focus on testing new tiered strategies for testing..

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"dr galley" Discussed on 790 KABC

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You haven't spent time with have been in contact with in some time these air just foundational points and I'll just close with this. None of us. None of us want to see education virtualized. At least I don't know. Some folks perhaps may think that's a better approach. I believe profoundly. In the power of individuals and the cohort on the connectedness of being engaged with others and learning to develop yourselves, not just intellectually but emotionally on maturing. In ways where I respectfully submit eyes difficult when you're doing it on line that said the one thing we have the power to do. To get our kids back into school is look at this list again. Wear a mask. Physically, distance washed your hands minimize the Mexico the more we do. On this list. Can we do it at scale? The quicker all those county's going to come off that monitor unless we're going to mitigate the spread of this virus, and those kids are back in school, so if that's your top priority, it's certainly mine. Then it's incumbent upon us to practice not just what some of us preach but to practice. What we preach is individuals that desire to see our kids go back to model the behavior. That we know. Committed gate spread model the behavior that can actually extinguish this virus. I saw one study. I don't wanna get into the details. But if every American aura masks in just a number of weeks I'll have dramatically bent the curve. I don't know. But that's too much to ask, though I recognized these air, not the most comfortable things and often attractive things to wear. But what's more unattractive. What's more uncomfortable? Is not taking care of the needs of our small business and our most precious resource our Children, and that's why this list and your individual acts can make a profound impact and move us in a much more expedited manner towards our ultimate goal of getting every one of our kids back in the classroom, getting every one of our small businesses. Up and running again and getting us back to a semblance of normalcy that off us desperately look for too long for and will once again. Enjoy. Uh, if again we attend to these basic and foundational and fundamental principles, So with that I always encourage you to learn more. On go to that covert 19 dot see a dot Gov website and I encourage you to go to that website to learn more about these continuity plans that are also required. In our public education system. We call him local continuity attendance plans on the vernacular that's well known in the education system. We talk about El Cap plans way air now adopting those in a covert 19 environment to consider the spread. On DH. Consider this disease and its spread in light of some of those local plants. Those have to go up on well. The public and go up on site where you have is a parent As someone who cares about this issue. You have access to that information. Ah, lot of that information again, Always being aggregated. On our cove in 19 Nazi website. So again, we have Dr Galley a dad, a pediatrician who's available for any questions we have. Uh, Linda, Darling Hammond, and if you don't know her as her formal role, she's also one of our nation's leading educational experts. The reason she was appointed to this position. We're blessed to have her as she's also available to answer any questions on then you have a governor with four kids. Is also available to answer any questions. Ricardo Connell matters. Thank you, Governor. There seems to be some skepticism from parents over the quality of this morning that they're going to receive just given the way things played.

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"dr galley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Don't think for a second, we're out of the woods as Dr Galley reminds me, we're on the second or third date. Of this nine inning game by no stretch Are we out of the woods, but we can influence we can mitigate the spread. We can again bend this curve. We can lower the I C u rates we can lower the hospitalization rates. We can lower the positivity writes you, we collectively society becomes out. We behave in the collective individual acts. Smart, thoughtful, not about yourself. But about others will mitigate the spread. Governor. I wanted to ask about how the new restrictions that you amount yesterday change reopening strategy going forward. Are there any lessons from what didn't Work about the approach so far that going to inform any changes to how those counties reopen. At the end of these three weeks or however long it is before you feel they're stable enough to start reopening businesses again. Have you developed a different strategy around that appreciate that questions? Good question, And I hope you'll see represented in today's action. An example of a response to your question. Get it. Education. I think the most important thing we've learned over the course last number of months, even in the conversations that we have the questions in the response through dozens, and dozens of these opportunities that we share together in a very public way is so often the conversation. The questions were about when not how we need to have a deeper conversation about how To safely re open and that's what this public education campaign is all about, and that's what you're going to hear from me more and more and more and so directly In response to your question, let us begin anew to focus on the guidelines with more intensity more specificity on let us doom or to focus on how we can safely reopened. We can safely reopened, but we have to change. We have to modify and we have to adapt. Different set of expectations and behaviours. And if we can't socially enforced them through encouragement and education will have to lean in a little bit more to further the cause of mitigating this spread. Thanks taking the question, given the alarming number that you just reported, what do you say to critics suggest it may be great, but it's time for your office to get tougher on in force. And I know you've been asked, but I mean, there are people saying, why aren't you in just imposing fines on those who don't abide by the statewide of mass mandate. When you've got these doing it? Why are you going there? And then there's a local officials planning events to threaten president. They say the present affairs going on despite the fact that they're expecting 600,000 people to show up there, possibly just say a fall surgeon cars again. Are you going to take action against that, and Take some kind of measure to stop that kind of advance for basically, what's your answer? Thank you, Carla for the questions and opportunity again to reinforce response had too few questions prior opportunity to reinforce what we said yesterday. And thank you for that opportunity as well. To reinforce what we were previewing over the course of a number of weeks here is the substantive answer your question. We have made contingent 2.5 $1,000,000,000 to $1,000,000,000 of resource is when we referred to is care, Zack dollars and Realignment dollars, two counties that are unwilling to enforce their local health officers mandates. We have conditioned those dollars on a set of expectation that we will have more robust funding. Unfortunately, I couldn't do that on my own. I couldn't just signed an executive Border to make contingent contributions to counties. I needed the consent and concurrence from the California Legislature. Let me thank the California Legislature. I was able to sign a budget just on Monday that afforded us the opportunity with the language and what we referred to is the trailer bill that allows contingent expectation of performance under the health ordinances that substantively goes to your question of enforcing The health ordinance and the mandates that we are providing yesterday announced that we have now sent out teams. These teams are teams that systemically are going to integrate in very, very prescriptive ways, Organizations and entities that are well known like the alcohol beverage control with organizations that are less well known, like the B B. C, not the ABC, which is the bar the board of Barbers. And cosmetologist working with CHP working with the Department of Labor, working with different state agencies, consumer affairs and others in a cross sectoral strategy to target in six regions in the state of California, the enforcement of the state of California and you know this well. State of California jurisdiction is constructed, not top down, but bottom up state of California is over. 1000 school district's independently elected school boards. It has enforcement mechanisms that exist and reside even within the school system. Many of those school boards have hired their own police departments, which is a point of consternation, critique and concern. Many of the enforcement mechanisms that reside within cities reside within City Council's reside directly with city administrators on Mayer's county level County board. Supervisors fund, primarily the county sheriffs. All of these jurisdictions have a role and responsibility to play on the enforcement if we don't see those rolls being advanced, if we don't see the level of enforcement that I can hear in your voice, your encouraging or you are described based upon those have inquired to you. That's precisely why we put up 2.5 $1,000,000,000 of contingent money. Precisely why we have these teams already assembled in six key regions in this state. It's precisely why will continue because we have been enforcing at the Alco Beverage Co. We haven't enforcing for months. BBC will continue to build on that enforcement frame on it's exactly why I began. Forgive me for delivering this. It's exactly why I began with that slide showing counties, including Fresno that presumably is acting Day Based upon the input they provided us this morning to advance the spirit and the letter of the mandate that we announced yesterday. That should also mitigate the concern that you referenced about their particular activities. Brandon.

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"dr galley" Discussed on 790 KABC

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05:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The virus is released the bars what we did is we reached out to state health officials all up and down the state. They made a number of comments about what they're seeing in their communities as it relates to spread. We talked about community spread in some areas where that was most self evident. Most problematic. Other issues related to congregate facilities reference prison's a moment ago. Others as it relates to still challenges they have. In senior an adult day care facilities. We also heard ah lot of consternation concern from health officials about family gatherings. I mentioned that a moment ago and that's just people letting their guard down. Bringing up Okay. Uncle Bob and Susie over and all the cousins over on while you start with all the best intention. Maybe people show up with their masks. They needed to put the mat down in order to have a drink, eat some food and all of a sudden cousins get a little closer. The kids were jumping on top of you at Susie's now pulling you off and then Makes a mistake to kiss you. Goodbye, but I didn't mean to kiss you. Goodbye. You know all the normalcy of life love family relationships on you Let your guard down and we're seeing a lot of that. On DH. That's That's a point of really concern from the health officials specific to your question and bars were referenced by number of people and no one's naive look at some of the images. I My phone is filled with images of people taking photos of some of the bars over the weekend, saying, How could this help with community spread? It's only going to make things worse. Not better. You're in a bar. You're moving around. You're drinking your masks off. Your close to other people were saying that in other countries You saw, for example, in South Korea, some infamous examples of South Korea's They were making real progress. They pull back on bars and nightclubs, which they were specifically able to track. So our health officials, county health officials identified All of these areas as hot spots again. The most offensive thing in that response is not that, he says. The doctors say it's the public health officials. And they don't have any data to back it up. But this is what they think The high risk area is also kissing cousins causes Koven. Well, they have zero respect for actual credentials. They really dio and that's what we've learned throughout this entire process. We don't need to listen to doctors. We need to listen to public health officials and we don't need to call cops. When someone's breaking the law. We need to call social workers. You see, there's all of this new 1984 speak that we're all supposed to sign up for now. Ward Newsome was also asked about the loophole that will allow Entities that serve booze and food to remain open. So if you just serve booze, you've gotta close down. But if you also serve food, then you're OK. He was asked about this. Let's listen to what he had saying governor in their apartment on far closures allowed bartering that remain open if they served do which we know many do. It also lost bars to contract with trucks or other food vendors to remain open. Someone wants to go out and drink in public. They still can. As long as they order a plate of fries with their alcohol. So what practical effect does this have on preventing the spread of the virus? Well, I'm gonna have Dr Galleons that I know a thing or two about this business is, you know well and so You're you're describing exceptions, not the rule, and to the extent we expect compliance, and we expect better behavior on that we're committed to enforcing compliance is I've been very clear. Moving forward. I think we can mitigate the stress on that concern. But Dr Galley who's very familiar with the Lake County in particular, and moreover, Relationship to this guidance that he helped draft can answer more specifically, Thank you, Governor and thank you for the question. We look closely early on it. Restaurants that also serve alcohol and then bars as different bars being places where primarily you are there to drink alcohol. We are targeting this intervention around the bar closure at the second group bars where food is not the primary driver of the business in those locations where you might have a restaurant with a bar where you can sit down and Not just have a drink, but order food. This does not apply in the same way. Sounds pretty arbitrary to may. Well, see, you don't understand the science, Randy. It's just like you're going to get the Rhona if your protest ng at an open the state up rally, But if you're looting a CVS, you're not going to get the grown up because what you're doing is altruistic. It's the same scientific principle that dictates each result. But these are all These are all decisions based on the data based on the science. Well after listening to all of these clips, Randy At least we know this. We're being governed and ruled by the best and the brightest. 12 23. Let's take a look at the road. BC dependable traffic sponsored by Loew's Diamond Bar, the 60 westbound at the 57 crashes Shut down the three right lanes. Traffic stop from Diamond Bar Boulevard south L. A. The 1 10 South found at Manchester two right lanes are closed because of a vehicle fire Traffic stop from Vernon Avenue. Tustin Sig alert the five north bound before the 55. Crashing the car pool lane stop and go Traffic from Jamboree. Summer is open and lows his home for the fourth. Make your backyard the best place to be starting with the grill. Get the Char Broil five Burner Gas.

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KQED Radio

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr galley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Locals I had to make the decisions for themselves that's not the case in every state there's been mandates from a top putting even on face mask coverings where they're denying local government and many states the ability to make that determination for themselves and we tried quite some flexibility state as large as ours and so we've always walked into this with our eyes wide open we've always prepared for a surge we have surge capacity identified we share that with you today multiple days the reason we are procuring hundreds of millions of masks is in anticipation of being even more prepared replenish the shelves so to speak but also prepare and not only get through this first wave but to prepare for possibility of a second wave we continue to recognize we have more work to do in terms of making sure that we are safely monitoring with the kind of technical assistance that is appropriate this time the reopening of a condom use and sectors and also I try to do our best to enforce social persuasion or more aggressively working with cities and counties to enforce those that are flouting of the rules and the laws and putting people at risk so we're we're in that band where I feel like we anticipated the likelihood is we re opened of these numbers increasing and they have and I'm confident of course the next few weeks and months that we have run scenarios have procured strategies and will be able to implement strategies to do a lot more if need be thanks so much for getting at the moment so going off of off today again about the need to be able to toggle back as necessary and I think the question a lot of folks are there specific numbers come back up you are looking at that would trigger now is the time that we need to know we impose some restrictions well we're working with I mean at the point of the emphasis Dr galley and the recognition that we have a county lands on this is to make this point everything that I presented to you is in the aggregate and I've said this often I'll repeat it we don't live in the aggregate California's fifty eight counties formed seventy plus cities different lived realities and so the answer your question is from my perspective in a nuanced response meaning at the county level within industries and segments within the counties we need to be prepared to do that doesn't mean that we are doing that I thought it quite interesting to Leicester's example that Lassen county recall few weeks ago they had moved forward into a new phase health directors sided pull back a little bit only to move forward again when certain criterion condition were more confidently Matt that's exactly the kind of protocol and kind of responsiveness that we're looking for from health officials and health directors and local elected officials we put a lot of responsibility into those that they're at their hands and accordingly we want to provide technical assistance to support them through navigating the application implementation of the rules of the road that they're putting on in terms of time lines for reopening so the technical assistance is foundational we're now monitoring technically again eleven counties it was thirteen last week and if we see persistent challenges if we see things that raise a red flag concerns and counties been example of that terms of trying to need to decompress the hospital systems on the cross border issues and then we will hold the line a little bit more and to the extent we have to we can pull back Katie or KQED examiner you mentioned earlier that you've come to a budget deal with the legislature which was announced today can you give us any more details about what that agreement contained and specifically have you guys decided to go with your method of trigger credit or the legislatures which would wait a couple more might make them we make compromises across the spectrum I will be putting out much more specific details in the coming hours and days and certainly through the week I just want to compliment legislative leadership on the speaker and the pro tem budget chairs the respective houses to advocacy community that was incredibly responsible in terms of their advocacy and also pointed terms their concerns about prospective cuts I want to thank a city and county leaders in particular for their guidance their counsel their input in this process work we did on issues that remain stubborn issues in the state on homelessness and housing again work we have to do together over the course of the next few years this is a multi year framework we're not solving for everything in one calendar month we have a lot of work to do over the next few years and we cannot impress upon the federal government more important work they have to do to help support municipalities large and small states large and small to help support us through this unprecedented period of time the magnitude of this pandemic is placed in terms of pressure on our budgets remember it's not just having to address revenue shortfalls it's also addressing increases and caseloads at the same time related to the economic consequences in the displacement associated with cover nineteen I cannot again they'll be more appreciative of all the leaders and the cooperative spirit that brought us two agreement simply hours and hours ago in the evenings late last night and as the dust settles on all of that you cannot you could pick apart the areas where we found common ground this not about disagreements a budget deal it's about what we found agreement and I want to thank them for doing just that Michael are you considering yes governor just providing a little bit more into the details of that if you could anymore many more details regarding the deal in terms of what was agreed to with the legislative leaders specifically for university of California California State University and the tax breaks that we're going to go to the.