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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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09:43 min | 11 months ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Business Week and we are talking about infrastructure. The president really trying to get his plan through and we're going to continue our conversation with former Transportation Secretary Rodney Slater currently Partner at Squire Patton Boggs, But it's not an easy process, but, uh, no. I wanna hear from Secretary Slater how something like this. How Democrats and Republicans see eye to eye on this look common goals at the end of the day, but it certainly doesn't seem like it right, especially while countries like China are moving ahead big time. Let's get back to your top business stories and Charlie Pellet. Alright Then we look at our market infrastructure on this bed Wednesday. We've got the Dow, the S and P. NASDAQ all advancing the Dow at 34,786. No record right now up 50 again of 1/10 of 1% s and P Record up 12 up by 3/10 of 1%. NASDAQ, swinging between games and losses had seen record earlier on but right now Call NASDAQ flat on the day NASDAQ 100 Index So up by 2/10 of 1% Russell 2000 on the minus side down 1.1% transports up by 4/10 of 1% 10 year yield right now. 1.32% equities extending gains. Bonds remain higher after minutes from the Fed's latest meeting showed policymakers continue to see elevated uncertainty and disagreed over the tapering of mortgage bonds. Securities 10 Year U. S note yields falling for a second day they drop below 1.3% for the first time since February, Worth repeating right now. 10 Year Yield 1.32% Gold up 4/10 of 1% spot Gold 18 for the accounts and West Texas intermediate crude lower again by 1.8% 72 Oh six a barrel, the CDC says the delta variant is set to become the predominant covid strain in the United States. Boosting concerns it could lead to a surge in cases in under vaccinated hot spots. Doctor Bhakti Hansard is associate professor of emergency medicine at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. I'm very IDs are emerging everywhere. Should we be concerned about variants? Yes, and there is a high like various emerging from countries that have lower vaccination rates. Although access to resources because they have a higher amount of diaries, um in circulation, and so we should be worried until we have a global pandemic control. We will get new emerging Variants talked about Hans sorry with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, which is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg. Founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies. Among some of the vaccine names that we track Visor down 1/10 of 1% It's German partner Biontech the eight ers down now by 3.9% 80. Hours of AstraZeneca down 3 10 to 1% Madonna Out of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Down 4.8% Jane Jane go higher. Up 7/10 of 1% recapping S and P at a record up, 12 Now up 3/10 of 1% 10 Year Yield 1.31%. I'm Charlie public that there's a Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you So much for that update. Charlie Paella. Let's get right back to Secretary Rodney Slater, partner at Squire Patton Boggs, also former transportation secretary before that. As he was administrator of the Federal Highway Administration Secretary Slater. It's great to have you back with us. I want to talk about this in the context of of China in the context of economic growth here in the United States. Yesterday's big Take the big story that Bloomberg publishes each day focused on China, overtaking potentially the United States is the world's largest economy by 2031. In order for that to happen, a lot has to go right in China. But a lot has to go wrong here in the US, Joe Biden has to be unable to push through proposals for renewing infrastructure and expanding the workforce. That's according to forecasts from Bloomberg Economics. You've been in Washington a long time. China, in many cases, when it comes to infrastructure is just eating our lunch. How do you get Republicans and Democrats to see eye to eye when it comes to making real progress on infrastructure? Mm. Well, first of all, I I think here again, we've seen some good signs. I mean, clearly, uh, this effort is not only an effort that's being pushed by the president. But you've got a Bipartisan group of senators who have responded quite admirably as well. And then, more recently, the House problem solvers caucus has stepped forward. That's roughly six Members of 60 members of Congress, both Republicans and Democrats. So I think that's uh that's a good sign. I can tell you in years past those of us who have had the honor of serving as secretary of transportation. We've enjoyed significant bipartisan support. I was Just with Sam Skinner, a secretary during the Bush administration. Bush one was 41 upset that way and gave us a wonderful piece of legislation that was bipartisan. We came in shortly after that took advantage of that gift during reauthorization added additional resources. And really, it's that piece of legislation that's governed transportation policy for about 30 years. We now have a need to The old on that and to go beyond that, and that's why this current opportunity is so critical. I think it's also Significant that you mentioned China. I can tell you that President Biden has been clear in all of his interactions with President Xi Jinping, he said. Look We want you to know that we're back. We're going to meet you at the center of the arena of competition. We intend to win. The president has said that those who see the West declining and the East, uh in the ascendance. We want to tell you that the West is back, and that's what this whole trip to Europe was all about Strengthening our allies bringing them Along as well and then, uh, his entertainment of the Japanese president earlier in the year. I mean, he's been on the case from day one in promoting not only US interests, but the interests of democracies around the the world and its infrastructure is important for those democracies to remain vital. Because it's about the movement of people and ideas and the strengthening of our relations with others. And so I think the president is clear about this. I think Vice President Harris is also Clear about this that when it comes to the challenge at hand out, right closed with Wolf that President Clinton once said, said Look, there is nothing so bad about America that it can't be cured by what's good about America. So I'm confident about the future for the country as well. Secretaries later only got about 50 seconds left her. I think it's very clear about what President Biden wants to do in VP Harris wants to do. And the administration wants to do. But Democrats and Republicans can kind of forget that. You know, it's not about them competing against one another. But it's about the United States competing gets the world and, most notably China as it moves ahead in terms of building its infrastructure. Can they be aligned to actually move forward on infrastructure in a good and aggressive way? And forgive me, but only get about 30 35 seconds? No, thanks, Carol. I believe they can and again. I appreciate both you and Tim and setting up this last discussion. This last segment around that question. It's not about us. Trying to just fight among ourselves, But it's about us coming forward builder to shoulder pushing ahead so as to ensure that America's best days are ahead. And so I think, with the challenge that the president has put forth the Congress has to respond, and I believe they will. Well, so great to get some time with you. I hope we can draw on you in the future to really pick your brain about all of this, especially as it moves forward Rodney Slater. Thank you so much. Partners Squire Patton Boggs. Of course, former transportation secretary under President Bill Clinton joining us on the phone from the nation's capital, Let's go back to the nation's capital for a check of world and national News with Nancy Lyons in Washington, D. C. Hey, Nance. Hey, thanks to him. Former President Donald Trump says he is filing lawsuits against three of the country's biggest tech companies Facebook, Twitter and Google. As well as their CEO. He claims he was wrongfully censored by the companies. It will be a pivotal battle in the defensive The First Amendment and in the end, I am confident that we will achieve a historic victory for American freedom. And at the same time freedom of speech. Trump was suspended from Twitter and Facebook. After his followers stormed the Capitol building January six. The company cited concerns that he would incite further violence. Currently he can no longer post on either platform. Last night's assassination of Haitian President Juvenal Malisse appears to have been carried out by highly trained and heavily armed killers. That's the assessment from the nation's interim prime minister, Claude Joseph. He says the assailants burst into the president's home, killing Noize and injuring his wife and Joseph says the killers did speak Spanish. The nation has been undergoing a constitutional power struggle. Stepping From stemming from a chaotic election he'd been governing by decree since January of 2020. The numbers keep climbing, and Surfside, Florida in that condo collapse the use our teams recovered an additional 10 victims, bringing the total confirmed deaths to 46. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine. Cava says 32 have been identified. 94 remain unaccounted for. 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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dot com and our top story The first Corona virus vaccine is nearly authorized for use here in the United States. More from ABC is Aaron Cutter. See FDA informed Kleiser it would authorize its vaccine, probably Health Secretary. Alex is our told ABC News Within days, we could be seeing people get Vaccinated Monday, Tuesday of next week. First, the FDA must decide whether to issue any warnings for pregnant women or people with severe allergies and then draft a fact sheet for doctors. Once authorization comes, Fizer said it would ship nearly three million doses within 24 hours to more than 600 addresses across every state. The U. S marshals will make sure the shipments are secure. Aaron Carter SKI ABC News, New York, health care workers and nursing home residents will be the first in the U. S to get their shots, but let's go back to those concerns. Learns about side effects specifically allergies. It comes after two people in the UK with a history of severe allergies. Got the Fizer covert shot this week and then had an allergic reaction there. Okay, But now there's a warning. If you have an allergy. Maybe you shouldn't get the shot. ABC News Medical contributor Dr Imran Ali with what we need to know in the U. S. We're not recommending is that people who have these kind of allergies to let your doctor know Before you get the vaccine, You may need to use an epi pen or having epi pen handy for the day or two. After you get the vaccine and WBZ TV is, Dr Mallika Marshall says. Once we do get the vaccine is not a green light to just throw the mask away. So it's possible that you get vaccinated. You get protected from developing coping 19 the disease. Perhaps you could still get infected with the virus and just not develop any symptoms and unknowingly pass it on to other people. So even when you do get vaccinated, you're still going to need to wear your mask and socially distance so you can protect other people in case you do get infected, and Governor Baker says the first doses of the Fizer vaccine are already pre ordered. They should arrive next week in the Commonwealth. But again, the general public won't be getting the vaccine in this state. Until at least the spring of 2021. Let's update this story. Now that we've been following Ryan True, the young Middlebury man only 21 years old accused of killing.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News radio on I Heart radio station. Good morning with a beautiful 1 40 degrees with sunshine in Boston. Will there be a storm next week? We're watching that whether for the weekend coming up in just about three minutes from right now. The first Corona virus vaccine is nearly authorized for use across the United States. We get more from ABC s Erich Ritter scale, the FDA informed Fizer it would authorize its vaccine, probably Health Secretary Alex, a czar, told ABC News. Within days, we could be seeing people getting vaccinated Monday, Tuesday of next week. First, the FDA must decide whether to issue any warnings for pregnant women or people with severe allergies and then draft a fact sheet for doctors. Once authorization comes, Fizer said it would Ship nearly three million doses within 24 hours to more than 600 addresses across every state, the U. S marshals will make sure the shipments are secure. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK health Care workers are nursing home residents will be the first in the United States to get their shots for the rest of the population. The timeline isn't as clear. We Understand that Massachusetts, according to Governor Baker, it looks likely that it will be spring of 2021. But again going back to the allergy situation after two people in the UK had an allergic reaction there is concerned here, ABC NEWS Medical Contributor Dr Imran Ali, What we're not recommending is that people who have these kind of allergies to let your doctor know before you get the vaccine, you may need to use an EPI pen or having EpiPen handy. For the day or two. After you get the vaccine on WBZ TV is, Dr Mallika Marshall says. Once you do get a covert vaccine, it's not a green light to just throw your mask away. So it's possible that you get vaccinated. You get protected from developing coping 19 the disease, but perhaps you could still get infected with the virus and just not develop any symptoms. And unknowingly pass it on to other people. So even when you do get vaccinated, you're still going to need to wear your mask and socially distance so you can protect other people. In case you do get infected. Arraignment today for a 21 year old and Middleborough after his parents were found murdered in their home. Ryan True, will be charged with killing his.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Health, but they want him to be observed very closely. It could be out of an abundance of caution. But it also might suggest that maybe he has to grow up sometime symptoms that we don't know about. That might be more worrisome sight, shortness of breath, chest pain or lower oxygen level. So you know there's a lot they can do with the White House. But there certainly is a lot more than dew at a large medical center, and if God forbid, he gets worse, he will be that much closer to an intensive care unit. That's W B. Z TV is Dr Mallika Marshall and now to business? In Washington at a House intelligence hearing yesterday allegations that protesters around the country have had their cell phones seized to be analysed by intelligence officials. The ranking Republican On the committee congressman Devin Nunes, dismissing the proceedings as just another publicity stunt. Welcome to another hearing of the Trump impeachment Committee. Committee used to be formally known as the House Intelligence Committee off Democrats say extracting data from protesters cell phones is a violation of privacy. Democratic vice presidential candidate Senator Kamala Harris taking part in a drive in campaign rally in Las Vegas. Yesterday, encouraging voters to make a plan to vote is they haunt in agreement to her proposals on police reform, health care, reproductive and voting rights? There is so much on the line In this election. There is not a thing we can take for granted. Not a thing we can take for granted. Today Biden administration would mean a united country that prioritizes addressing climate change, systemic racism, healthcare access blowjobs. And a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. Rochester in New York, made her lovely Warren and two members of her campaign staff indicted on fraud and campaign finance charges. The investigation looked into financial irregularities in her campaign from 2013 through 2017. Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorly says they've been looking into this for some time. My office first became aware Of this and became involved in March of 2018. When we initially met with the board of Elections to review the complaint and their preliminary review, Warren is midway through her second term as the first female and second black mayor of Rochester. And it's called all of this a political witch hunt. The indictment comes as demonstrators called for her resignation over the Rochester police involved death of Daniel Prude. Back in March. Where has 25 years gone? 25 years ago today, the verdict announced in one of the most sensational trials of the 20th century, the OJ Simpson murder trial a verdict that still divides many Americans. What was it about the OJ Simpson murder trial that captivated millions loyal a law professor Laurie Levinson had issues revolving. Around race. It had issues revolving around domestic violence. It had a huge amount of media coverage tended to have a controversial verdict. We, the jury in the above entitled Action, Find the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder nation was divided. People were set in stone, the either thought that O. J had been framed. Or they thought, In fact, he got away with murder and a quarter century later, I don't think anyone has changed their mind regarding the verdict in that case. C. Futterman, CBS NEWS LOS Angeles There have been many books written about the Patriots and their dynasty, their successes on the field, but about a book words about the dynasty as it's coming to an end. Here's W. B. C's Jim McKay. Jeff Benedict is a long time sports journalist who interviewed Robert Kraft, Bill Bella Check and Tom Brady over the past few seasons. It's as it was clear there run was coming to an end. In his new book, the Dynasty. He got exclusive access with the three of them and spoke to them about things you rarely hear coming out of Fox Burrow like, For instance, Robert Kraft relationship with President Trump. Robert has closest and Certainly longest relationship with the president. That goes way back to many, many years. You may remember Robert Kraft didn't endorse the president, a toy 16 despite their friendship, however, for Bill Belichick check, on the other hand, got himself deeply involved in it because he wrote a letter to the president and then allowed him to read it publicly at a campaign event in Hampshire on the eve of the election, the book is out now, and it's a different take on a look back. The incredible run by the Patriots. Jim McKay w B C. Boston's NewsRadio.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Those leaders, who has been accused of being skeptical or minimizing the risks of the virus, owning to discover firsthand how widespread and potentially Devastating. It could be ABC senior foreign correspondent in panel Little MORE Use ABC NEWS. Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy tweeting out this morning that he wishes the president and everyone around him of fast recovery and urges everyone to wear a mask But with some choice of words. The chair of the state's Republican Party. Jim Lion Tweeting. Our prayers are with the president and first lady. God bless them. God bless America reaction coming in from around the world as we hear from reporter bills in front. The well wishes came in quickly to leaders who have themselves recovered from the virus. Boris Johnson of the UK and Brazil's gyre balsa narrow, sent wishes for a fast recovery. The leaders of India, Pakistan, Poland in Israel also sent messages with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Oh, adding that millions of Israelis joined in the well wishes. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov sent well wishes from the Kremlin, a spokesman for the French government set in which is for a swift recovery, but added that the virus spares no one, including those who were most skeptical. Well, it would appear that the vice presidential debate will go on as planned next week after vice president Pence just announced he has been tested and at this point does not have cloven Along with the second lady. But what about the president's availability for the second debate with Joe? But in October 15th double BBC TV Contributing. Dr Mallika Marshall does for sure debate should not be held in person. If he doesn't develop symptoms..

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Massachusetts mandates flu vaccine for all students — with a few exemptions

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts mandates flu vaccine for all students — with a few exemptions

"In Massachusetts from pre Kato college kids now required to get a flu vaccine by the end of the year of the disease. Madison Rogers has Massachusetts is the first state to require students to get a flu shot. There are exceptions if a student has a medical or religious exemption, or if they're home schooled, But other than that, it applies to anyone over six months of age, even studentslearning remotely. BBC TV's Dr Mallika Marshall says it could help to preserve medical resource is during the pandemic. We still expect to see covert around and we might get a surge in Kobe cases which will threaten Tio overburden once again. Our hospitals our ers are urgent care center. The deadline for all students to get the shot is December 31st. Madison

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Will look for students this fall. Congress is hearing from financial experts today. They say the economic crisis as a result of Corona virus, there's not going to go away anytime soon. Majority of Americans are in favor of people wearing face masks in public to stop the virus nationally, a jump in unemployment claims, while Massachusetts has seen a decline, who claims in the state last week, just over 18,000 nearly 6000 less than the year before. Cross the country, though those seeking benefits rose last week for the first time since the start of the pandemic, more than a 1,000,000 American filed for unemployment benefits. Last week, the Labour Department says filings top 1.4 million that was more than expected and comes in some states. Rollback. Economic reopening Effort out of CBS's Diane King Hall Trump administration officials previewing elements of a Republican Corona virus relief bill today. While Democrats are raising concerns about what might be left out, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer decrying the exclusion of food rental assistance and hazard pay for essential workers blasted the forthcoming GOP relief package. Even after all this time, it appears the Republican legislative response to Cove. It is unused ified unserious unsatisfactory expected in the bill, unemployment assistance captain, 70% of one's wages and a second round of direct payments to some Americans, according to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Six months into the global pandemic, it turns out, there is still much to learn, and many questions about covert 19. Yesterday we saw a slight increase in the number of hospitalizations in the bass name from covert 19. And while the numbers remain low, less than 2% total and positive test cases, there's still questions about the virus, and the best practice is to remain healthy. BBC TV's Dr Mallika Marshall suggests we stick to the basics, particularly when we come in contact with the public much more likely. To contract the Corona virus by personal.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dr Mallika Marshall suggests we stick to the basics, particularly when we come in contact with the public much more likely. To contract the Corona virus by personal person contact, then by tucking a pizza box, for example. But most importantly, after you handle groceries or mail or packages, you should wash your hands really well. And if there's any chance you may have been exposed to the Corona virus, the best chance to keep from spreading it is through quarantine. You think you've been exposed or you think you're infected thatyou should self isolate for 14 days. Chris Palmer W B Z Boston's news Radio three more states now mandating masks in public places. The governors of Ohio in the Enter in Minnesota of all announced Mask mandates. In all, more than 30 states and the District of Columbia are requiring face coverings in public. Many stores are requiring masks and major airlines of issuing strict new mask policies as well. NBC studio Benito tells US airlines even dictate your behavior. Even when you're not on the plane, American tells us you will also be required to wear a face covering in the airport where your trip begins, where it ends and where you connect Southwest, saying the on ly exception made will be for Children under the age of two and United saying, You may be turned away at the gate. If you refuse to follow United's face covering policy in the airport or onboard a United flight motel in Maine, huh? Offering would be guests a special incentive during the pandemic. The Elmwood Resort Hotel in coastal Wells main will reimburse Really arriving guests for the cost of up to two covert 19 drive through rapid test at a nearby hospital. That's $50 per person per room with a minimum three nights. State. Results of those Corona virus test are usually available in about 15 minutes. Cases covered, 19 continue to climb. In Texas. There were nearly 10,000 new positive test results there yesterday. One of the hot spots the Dallas area, 30 more people died yesterday in Dallas County has a single day record for covert behind. Those numbers are people and you really don't want it to be you for exam? Apple, says Parkland Hospital chief medical officer Dr Joseph Chang, the twentysomething who went to a party contracted the illness and then visited her grandparent's 10 days later woke up grandfather had passed the day before she woke back up. He says the story's air taking a toll on his staff and he started mandating days off. You need to go home. Thankfully, he says. Parkland has seen a leveling off in new patients. Jim Ryan ABC NEWS Dallas maneuver, reports, mayor announces the city will be implementing new weekend parking restrictions and increased traffic management and it Basement of the Plum Island beaches in public areas in order to reduce overcrowding and prevent the spread of covert 19. The Plum Island point public lot will be restricted to residents only weekends from this weekend through September 6th. Residents will be able to park their vehicles in the lot weekends at a discounted resident rate. The part of Plum Island in the town of Newbury is not included. Do.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Near 90. In fact, I heard Dean saying, it's pretty much going to be 90 degrees on Sunday. Administration officials previewed elements of the GOP Corona virus relief bill unveiled this morning, but Democrats are raising concerns about what may have been left out. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer decrying the exclusion of food rental assistance and hazard pay for essential workers blasted the forthcoming GOP relief package. Even after all this time, it appears the Republican legislative response to cope. It is unusual ified unserious unsatisfactory. Expected in the bill, Unemployment assistance captain 70% of one's wages and a second round of direct payments to some Americans, according to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington A summer House party on the Cape leads to Ako bid. 19 Outbreak in Shadow MME. Nine people with restaurant ties have tested positive. The Chatham health director says social distancing and mask wearing was not happening at this House party where about 60 young people attended. Tracy Shields owns Hangar B in Chatham, she says one of her employees is friends with someone who got infected on. That's when we start sort of reached our our decision making or started our decision making process about okay so and so should go get tested. Let's just lurking and not to service today. Let's give everybody time to go and get tested that thinks that they should. None of her workers have tested positive. We want to point out Shield says she will not do indoor dining for a couple of weeks until this local cluster of covert and Chatham. He's over. Chatham has declared a public health emergency order. Governor Baker is planning a trip to Nantucket this weekend to talk pandemic response. With VP Mike Pence a pence flies into the island Saturday for that $25,000 ahead lunch. Governor Baker will not attend the pricey fund raiser for President Trump. Two steps forward. One step back sometimes Mohr six months into this global pandemic, there's still a lot to learn. Yesterday we saw a slight increase in the number of hospitalizations in the Bay State from Cove in 19. And while the numbers remain low, less than 2% total and positive test cases, there's still questions about the virus, and the best practice is to remain healthy. W B. Z TV's Dr Mallika Marshall suggests we stick to the basics, particularly when we come in contact with the public much more likely to contract. The Corona virus by personal person contact, then by touching a pizza box, for example. But most importantly, after you handle groceries or mail or packages, you should wash your hands really well. And if there's any chance you may have been exposed to the Corona virus, the best chance to keep from spreading it is through quarantine. If you think you've been exposed, or you think you're infected thatyou should self isolate for 14 days. Chris Palmer, W B Z Boston's NewsRadio 12 0 wait, Andrew Oh, day over a Bloomberg Good afternoon. Indefinite lowing tenses for Wall Street games look promising at one point, but we're not at that point right now down, losing 144. NASDAQ down 76 has to be 500 down 11 as encouraging earnings reports from companies saying business has picked up significantly in recent weeks. It's hit head on by words, something else also has picked up of late unemployment claims. State support new jobless claims unexpectedly increased by more than 100,000 last week to more than 1.4 million First increase in four months. The uptick complicated by the looming deadline of a week from tomorrow when Supplemental Federal jobless benefits are set to expire down down 145 and zero day Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's news radio. When you think of W B z NewsRadio, you think that base reporting essential information and news you could trust, stay safe, Stay informed and stay with W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Future in a single moment see how far your support can go at unbound dot org clear skies forty seven degrees steeper as WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecasts under mostly clear skies chilly early on this Thursday morning below forty five in Boston any suburbs will dip into the upper thirties sunny and very nice later today high seventy one mostly clear tonight the low fifty three in Boston but in the forties and most outlying areas even warmer tomorrow Friday a sun filled day with temperatures approaching eighty Saturday much cooler and becoming breezy with some sun highs in the mid sixties temperatures though should fall near the coast during the afternoon on Sunday and memorial day will be dry with sunshine and highs both days near sixty arm accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski WBZ Boston news radio two studies suggest people would cover nineteen antibodies may be immune from getting it again WBZ TV's Dr Mallika Marshall speaking with WBZ TV's Lisa Hughes all scientists across the globe have been racing to try to develop a vaccine the question remained what the vaccine actually protects people from getting infected yeah are people who have already had the infection protected from getting the virus again well two new studies out of the Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center suggests the answer is yes in the first study the researchers administered six different coronavirus vaccines in development to recess monkeys they found the animals produced antibodies to the virus which then protected them from getting infected when exposed to the virus weeks later in a second study.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Change the world for that child just text the word child two eight three three nine three to sponsor right now under clear skies is forty nine degrees steeper as WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecasts under mostly clear skies chilly early on this Thursday morning below forty five in Boston many suburbs will definately upper thirties sunny and very nice later today high seventy one mostly because later tonight the low fifty three in Boston but in the forties and most outlying areas even warmer tomorrow Friday a sun filled day with temperatures approaching eighty Saturday much cooler and becoming breezy with some sun highs in the mid sixties temperatures though should fall near the coast during the afternoon on Sunday and memorial day will be dry with sunshine and highs both days near sixty on accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski WBZ Boston news radio two studies suggest people would cover nineteen antibodies may be immune from getting it again WBZ TV's Dr Mallika Marshall speaking with WBZ TV's Lisa Hughes all scientists across the globe have been racing to try to develop a vaccine the question remained what the vaccine actually protects people from getting infected yeah are people who have already had the infection protected from getting the virus again two new studies out of the Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center suggests the answer is yes in the first study the researchers administered six different coronavirus vaccines in development to rhesus monkeys they found the animals produced antibodies to the virus which is then protected them from getting infected when exposed to the virus weeks later in a second study.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Their season opening series after Washington state's governor announced the ban on all large gatherings in the three counties in the Seattle metro area because of the virus outbreak in Kansas city they're still planning to hold some big events Kansas city Missouri says it's St Patrick's day parade and the big twelve basketball tournament are still scheduled to happen but the director of the city's health department Dr rex archer is urging anyone with compromised immune systems for those who are pregnant have pre existing conditions or are elderly to consider staying home should get up towards seventy and if you have underlying conditions that I'm actually strongly recommending that you brought that up archers says for everyone else they should continue practicing good hygiene and refrain from shaking hands Markram Alard ABC news lots of anxiety connected with the corona virus outbreak this conversation between WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes and Dr Mallika Marshall people are understandably anxious not just about the virus but how the threat of the virus is affecting our lives one of our Dr Mallika Marshall back in here this is uncharted territory for all of us it is disconcerting but you say there are ways we can tamp down that worry we're gonna delay some people's fears you know in my dealings there with you know patients colleagues friends family there are two different camps there are people who think this is a complete over reaction and there are others who are incredibly stressed and what we'd like is for people to strike a balance right to be concerned but not panicked so we have some tips of what you can do so number one stay informed to pick a trusted news source keep up to date on the latest recommendations from state local health officials but don't stay glued to the TV or to your social media on all things coronavirus turn off those notifications I had to do that for a couple days on your phone and instead check in once or twice a day for the newest updates also plan ahead what would you do if you had to self quarantine or if your kids were told that they had to stay from home from school don't allow yourself to get caught off guard because that's going to make you even more anxious and distract yourself you know go for a walk read a book exercise watch mindless TV show talk to people don't isolate yourself and try to get plenty of sleep and if your anxiety is.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I'm don Huff here's what's happening west coast communities are taking action to ban larger but the corona virus outbreak here's ABC's Alex stone in Washington state where the number of dead has been growing governor Jay Inslee says action must be taken now in three counties he's using his executive powers to ban any events with over two hundred fifty attendees this is not just your ordinary flu this is a virus that the experts tell us are at least ten times more potentially fatal then the flu in San Francisco and Santa Clara county and California any events with over one thousand attendees are now banned affecting concerts conventions and sporting events Alex down ABC news the Seattle mariners are seeking alternative options for their season opening series after Washington state's governor announced the ban on all large gatherings in the three counties in the Seattle metro area because of the virus outbreak in Kansas city they're still planning to hold some big events Kansas city Missouri says it's St Patrick's day parade and the big twelve basketball tournament are still scheduled to happen but the director of the city's health department Dr rex archer is urging anyone with compromised immune systems for those who are pregnant have pre existing conditions or are elderly to consider staying home should get up towards seventy and if you have underlying conditions that I'm actually strongly recommending that you brought that up archers says for everyone else they should continue practicing good hygiene and refrain from shaking hands Markram alarm ABC news lots of anxiety connected with the corona virus outbreak this conversation between WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes and Dr Mallika Marshall people are understandably anxious not just about the virus but how the threat of the virus is affecting our lives one of our Dr Mallika Marshall back in here this is uncharted territory for all of us it is disconcerting but you say there are ways we can tamp down that worry we're gonna delay some people's fears you know in my dealings there with you know patients colleagues friends family there are two different camps there are people who think this is a complete over reaction and there are others who are incredibly stressed and what we'd like is for people to strike a balance right to be concerned but not panicked so we have some tips of what you can do so number one stay informed to pick a trusted news source keep up to date on the latest recommendations from state local health officials but don't stay glued to the TV or to your social media on all things coronavirus turn off those notifications I had to do that for a couple days on your phone and instead check in once or twice a day for the newest updates also plan ahead what would you do if you had to self quarantine or if your kids were told that they had to stay from home from school don't allow yourself to get caught off guard because that's going to make you even more anxious and distract yourself you know go for a walk read a book exercise watch mindless TV show talk to people don't isolate yourself and try to get plenty of sleep and if your anxiety is.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With more on her campaign coming to an end here's WBZ's Madison Rogers one reportedly had a conference call with her campaign staffers starting at eleven where she shared her plans to suspend her campaign she's expected to make a public announcement at twelve thirty this comes after Warren secured no wins on super Tuesday coming in third in her own state The New York Times reporting Warren does not plan to endorse any of her former competitors today warns policies like Medicare for all and breaking up some big businesses tended to mirror Sanders more so than bite and but there have been public and personal spats between the two senators it's been confirmed both the Biden and Sanders campaigns have spoken with worn since Tuesday night at Warren campaign headquarters Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio and again they will be outside of her home at twelve thirty for that news conference Madison will be there will of full coverage here on WBZ newsradio and as always on the go with the I heart radio app it's twelve seventeen more calls to change fees on flights around the country with fears about the spread of coronavirus WBZ's Nicole Davis has more on a letter that's now been sent off to the department of transportation signed off on from senators ed Markey Liz Warren in that letter they say people are getting increasingly nervous about buying new tickets are using once they've already bought because right now it's hard to tell where the virus could break out in the future it's a some airlines here in the U. S. have already taken the step to waive certain fees but they're worried about the lack of consistency here that could end up leaving some people with no choice pay high fees to cancel or fly even if they don't want to Markey and Warren say it's quote beyond unfair to allow airlines to charge these fees they're urging secretary Elaine Chao to act without delay and require every airline to suspend them Nicole Davis WBZ Boston news radio in Plymouth city schools superintendent has sent a letter out to for Manley's letting them know a student who recently traveled to Milan Italy on a class trip came down with flu like symptoms was treated and then released from Beth Israel deaconess Lahey hospital in Plymouth because of that they're now asking students who were on that trip to stay home and self isolate also noted that they are constant in constant contact with the Plymouth board of health we are providing all any updates as necessary and of course it's on the minds of everyone what do you do if you come down with any potential symptoms of the corona virus or the flu Dr Mallika Marshall WBZ TV saying don't just run.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ TV is Dr Mallika Marshall says these infections are contagious through saliva but require close contact with people the symptoms to take note of if however anybody develops high fever stiff neck sensitivity to light and there is sort of a purplish rash that sometimes people get you wanna get medical attention right away chaos on Capitol Hill today testimony of the impeachment inquiry from the first Pentagon official delayed for several hours the impeachment probes latest interview yielded some drama around two dozen house GOP members storm the secure room where a Pentagon official was giving a deposition behind a stencil Billy closed doors Democrats say that compromise security since some of the Republicans brought cell phones even though electronics are not allowed in the rooms Republicans have been blasting Democrats for conducting the probe in private by golly if they're going to do it do it in public don't hide it from the American people Democrats though deny the GOP's being treated unfairly noting all lawmakers who sit on the committees conducting the probe have full access to the meetings and equal time to ask questions Sager make on the at the White House the Florida sheriff during the parkland school shooting will not be getting his job back as we hear from Brian shook the Florida state Senate voted Wednesday evening twenty five fifteen against reinstating Broward county sheriff Scott Israel governor run dissent is suspended him in part because of how he handled the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school last year seventeen students and staff members were killed and another seventeen were injured test this season for a hot head happenings WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe got a tour of a whole restaurant in Ashland built back in eighteen thirty four I followed stones public house assistant manager Elizabeth cuckoo so up the set of creaky stairs to the second floor where a very old blood stain children stress sits in a frame on the all this is merry stress Mary is a ten year old girl that apparently had gotten head on the tracks and she was brought into this building the ghost of Mary J. Smith allegedly haunts the restaurant employees have reported hearing footsteps giggling and even a bouncing ball I've heard a few footprints coming in and out of the hall ways the general manager has left her office door opened several times and has yelled out in the hallway hello hello and no one's been there so we're guessing that it's merry running up and down the hallways here Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news ten oh three a highway.

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Partly cloudy and sixty seven degrees in Boston at six thirty good morning I'm double Lawler and here's what's happening we begin in the nation's capital where CBS's Dever Rodriguez tells us presidential impeachment talks continue this world we're learning more about that phone call between president trump and his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir selain ski CBS's Lauren Podesta a senior administration official tells CBS news that in the days leading up to the call the president ordered his staff to withhold nearly four hundred million dollars of military funding from Ukraine the call is fueling Democrats demands for impeachment Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says they request the White House to release the transcript of president trump's conversation during which president trump reportedly pressured the government of Ukraine to investigate vice president Biden and his family the president attending the U. N. General Assembly in New York says there was nothing off balance about the conversation I did not make a statement that you have to do this or I can give you I wouldn't do that CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez new details coming out of a Roxbury stabbing on MalcolmX Boulevard right near the Brian school this morning the victim was a man he will survive the scene is now clear no word on an arrest Fitchburg police still have not released the idea of a man whose body was found in the rubble of a burned out condo building investigators found two explosive devices near the body witnesses reported hearing explosions before seeing flames the fire destroyed the building leaving as many as sixty people homeless some new research out on our health work and it looks like a large number of us are sitting way too much WBZ Jim McKay has more on what we can do about it the new study comes out of Spain were researchers looked at some fifty young adults and simply put we're not moving enough around at work but there's something very simple we can do to help remedy that problem the simple act of standing say that spending more time standing could be a. a simple way to sort of modestly increase the amount of calories you burn Dr Mallika Marshall on WBZ TV saying a standing desk can be a simple solution at work part of the research in the study found that you expend that ten percent more energy standing versus sitting it also stress simply standing should replace your exercise routine there's also a number of different ways to burn calories at work taking a break to walk around the building and there's always the stairs over that elevator or escalator Jim McKay WBZ Boston's newsradio whether distracted driving bill stalled on Beacon Hill house speaker Robert DeLeo believes it's time to simplify the measure dilio says leaving out a section regarding the collection of demographic data could help move along a proposed ban of all handheld devices behind the wheel both the house and Senate passed bills with identical language on hands free technology but with different approaches on that data and how to enforce the ban should be how it should be collected and disseminated coming up a blow to Boris Johnson this morning we'll have that story straight.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Moving from west to east across the country. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl is at Logan this morning and KENDALL. We expect the cancellations will be mounting as this day goes on good morning. If you look at the big board. There aren't all that many cancellations across the airports a thirty six right now twenty going out of Logan sixteen. But as you say, this is very much a chain reaction sort of thinks, what are you talk about a weather system, that's stretching from the plain states all the way through the north things. Most of the cancellations right now for east coast airports, but also a couple of those crucial hubs like Minneapolis and Chicago O'Hare airport and helps the airlines have been thinking well ahead here all the major airlines has put in place waivers of their of their cancellation or change fees meeting. They're expecting their flyers to get on a white now and take a look as to whether the weather might be affecting their place or not and make those changes. So that they can. Make sure that they're not waiting around here at the airport waiting on flights. Those changes will be without any kind of both be waiting the. So definitely something to take your job. If you're planning on heading out states, certainly you wanna be watching all. If you're is cancelled or delayed, Jeff, all right? Thank you KENDALL. And you know, winter also means people get sick quite frequently in this season. The flu is deadly again in Massachusetts at third child dies from a flu related virus. State health officials identified. The victim is only a young girl from Middlesex County. It is peak flu season, but WBZ TV's. Dr Mallika Marshall says it's never too late to get a flu shot 'cause they takes a couple of weeks to build up immunity from the flu vaccine. So if you haven't been vaccinated yet child hasn't been vaccinated, please get them vaccinated right away. Health officials also say it's best practices to continue washing. Your hands frequently peak flu activity usually lasts right through March. Well, President Trump calls this fake news responding dinner confrontation to the Oval Office. The president denies the New York Times report that indicates he tried to influence a federal hush money investigation by getting a friendly face to lead that probe acting attorney. General Matt Whitaker says he's never. Been pressured by the White House to make changes the times reports. There was no evidence that Whitaker intervened. Seven oh.

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"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dr mallika marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Traffic on the threes. Right. Chris nine degrees in Boston that is much warmer than it was this time yesterday, and we're off to the racist to mid twenties. Look at us today. Plenty of sunshine decent looking weekend. It's going to be a little bit warmer both tomorrow and Sunday. But some mild weather really moves in Monday and Tuesday of next week full details on the way here at Boston's NewsRadio. It's eight oh four. Heartbreak this morning in Milford. Where a twelve year old boy has died from a flu related illness. Aaron Zina's mother says he in fact, got a flu shot this year. But still got sick. She says he stayed home from school for several days and then developed a bacterial infection. He was taken to a local hospital where he died Wednesday nights. More from WBZ TV's, Dr Mallika Marshall, one of the most dangerous complications of the flu is bacterial pneumonia. And that is what sometimes ends. Up landing people in the hospital and can be deadly superintendent of Milford school says they are focused on supporting teachers and students Aaron was a student at Stacey middle-school where they will be taken care of the kids today. Presidential adviser Roger stone will be heading back to federal court today. Just three days after pleading not guilty and charges connected to the special counsels. Russia investigation stone is accused of obstruction of Justice lying to congress and witness tampering. Prosecutors say they have recovered tons of material in this case as stone. He is not going back to court quietly having been outspoken in several media interviews, proclaiming his innocence. Prosecutors may ask for a gag order in this case eight oh six now. And Senator Elizabeth Warren is making hints that she will be making a big announcement very soon. Details from WBZ Sheri small. We could soon be official. Senator Elizabeth Warren is. Expected to announce her candidacy for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination next week just one month ago. She announced that she was launching an exploratory committee. She made the announcement live on Instagram talking from her kitchen and tipping back a beer. She took a lot of flack for it. Hold on a second. I'm gonna get me. My husband, Bruce..

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