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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on KCRW

"He hears the sound of just one This'll year with the chief's facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Wade would prefer to be going back to the bar. He has two older parents and a kid with a missing kidney, so it's just not worth the risk, he says. Instead, a very small group of family is self quarantining for two weeks in order to be indoors safely come Sunday. Wait says they're going to make the most of it in a classic Kansas City way We're smoking a brisket making potato salad. I'm making coleslaw. I've got every kind of sauce from every barbecue joint. My wife is Indian. So sometimes what we split it up, and we'll have a little chat Me as well to recent polls found that about a quarter of Americans plan to watch the game at a party or a bar. It's a lot less than a normal year, but still enough to have public health officials worried this week, Dr Anthony Fauci compared Super Bowl Sunday to Christmas and New years he would have approved of the way that David more watched last year's Super Bowl. He's a Chiefs fan, an enemy territory in Palm Harbor, Florida Since this was the first time the Chiefs had made it to the Super Bowl in a long time. All of my friends know how anxious I get during a football game, so I actually sat at home by myself and watch that game. This year. He's actually going NFL invited 7500 vaccinated healthcare workers to the game and more got one of the golden tickets. Katie Privado got one, too. She's a huge bucks fan wouldn't miss the game for anything. She's a nurse who helps manage the ER at her hospital in Clearwater. She and her husband had started making plans for a small, safe party. Now, she says. He's on his own. He's gonna stay home and watch a home. He'll take over the planning or the gathering. So that's kind of up to him now, and I told him he has to record it. Just in case I get on TV so that I can see you later. The league has taken some steps to limit the risk of covert spreading at the game. Attendance is limited to 25,000 people. There are rules about distancing. Every fan will receive a K in 95 mask and hand sanitizer. Still, public health experts worry that's a lot of people getting together, many of whom are traveling to and from the Tampa area, potentially bringing covered with them or taking it home. Dr Marissa Levin that the University of South Florida says That's a concern, especially because the new U K variant is spreading in Florida. Unfortunately, from a covert point of view, Florida has been pretty open. So we've had lots of people in and out of the state already. And I worry that when you celebrate, particularly if there's alcohol involved Electric guard down one last way this wall look different. No matter which team wins on Sunday. Both cities have made it clear a traditional Super Bowl parade is off the table. Becky Sullivan. NPR news This'll is NPR NEWS. KCRW sponsors include Amazon studios presenting Borat subsequent movie film Sasha Baron Cohen. Satire on Trump's America follows Borat as he sent to America to deliver a gift to then Vice President Mike Pence, also starring Maria Buckle, Ova Awards eligible. Hey, I'm Joe Morgenstern. Want to see a movie about a pandemic mean a movie that was made just before covert 19 hit then little fishes. The film to watch whether it's worth watching is what I'll be talking about in.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So sometimes when we split it up, and we'll have a little chat me as well to recent polls found that about a quarter of Americans plan to watch the game at a party or a bar. It's a lot less than a normal year, but still enough to have public health officials worried this week, Dr Anthony Fauci compared Super Bowl Sunday to Christmas and New Year's You would have approved of the way that David more watched last year's Super Bowl. He's a Chiefs fan, an enemy territory in Palm Harbor, Florida Since this was the first time the Chiefs had made it to the Super Bowl in a long time. All of my friends know how anxious I get during a football game, so I actually sat at home by myself and watch that game this year. He's actually going NFL invited 7500 vaccinated healthcare workers to the game and more got one of the golden tickets. Katie Privado got one, too. She's a huge bucks fan wouldn't miss the game for anything. She's a nurse who helps manage the ER at her hospital in Clearwater. She and her husband had started making plans for a small, safe party. Now, she says. He's on his own. He's going to stay home and watch a home. He'll take over the planning or the gathering. So that's kind of up to him now, and I told him he has to record it. Just in case I get on TV so that I could see you later. The league has taken some steps to limit the risk of covert spreading at the game. Attendance is limited to 25,000 people. There are rules about distancing. Every fan will receive a K in 95 mask and hand sanitizer. Still, public health experts worry that's a lot of people getting together, many of whom are traveling to and from the Tampa area, potentially bringing covered with them or taking it home. Dr Marissa Levin that the University of South Florida says That's a concern, especially because the new U K variant is spreading in Florida. Unfortunately, from a covert point of view, Florida has been pretty open. So we've had lots of people in and out of the state already. And I worry that when you celebrate, particularly if there's alcohol involved, you let your guard down one last way This wall look different, No matter which team wins on Sunday. Both cities have made it clear a traditional Super Bowl parade is off the table. Becky Sullivan. NPR news It's W when my seat stay with us just ahead on all things considered. The World Health Organization really recently announced a plan to begin shipments of nearly 90 million covert 19 vaccine doses two countries in Africa. Low income countries have a very strong experience of rolling out vaccines. What they really need right now is they need the supply just ahead how vaccine access is being handled on a global scale. That story and much more this hour on.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on KCRW

"So many people. That was the scene at basically every bar with a TV in Kansas City last year packed to capacity or beyond, with people wearing red and gold, losing their minds at the chief's come back when he hears the sound of just one. Yeah, This'll year with the chief's facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Wade would prefer to be going back to the bar, but he has two older parents and a kid with a missing kidney, so it's just not worth the risk, he says. Said. A very small group of family is self quarantining for two weeks in order to be indoors safely. Come Sunday, Wait says they're going to make the most of it in a classic Kansas City way We're smoking brisket, making Dennis Allen making coleslaw. I've got every kind of sauce from every barbecue joint. My wife is Indian. So some tests, but we split it up, and we'll have a little chat Me as well to recent polls found that about a quarter of Americans plan to watch the game at a party or a bar. It's a lot less than a normal year, but still enough to have public health officials worried this week, Dr Anthony Fauci compared Super Bowl Sunday to Christmas and New years he would have approved of the way that David more watched last year's Super Bowl. He's a Chiefs fan, an enemy territory in Palm Harbor, Florida Since this was the first time the Chiefs had made it to the Super Bowl in a long time. All of my friends know how anxious I get during a football game, so I actually sat at home by myself and watch that game. This year. He's actually going NFL invited 7500 vaccinated healthcare workers to the game and more got one of the golden tickets. Katie Pavano got one, too. She's a huge bucks fan wouldn't miss the game for anything. She's a nurse who helps manage the ER at her hospital in Clearwater. She and her husband had started making plans for a small, safe party. Now, she says. He's on his own. He's gonna stay home and watch a home. He'll take over the planning or the gathering. So that's kind of up to him now, and I told him he has to record it. Just in case I get on TV so that I could see you later. The league has taken some steps to limit the risk of covert spreading at the game. Attendance is limited to 25,000 people. There are rules about distancing. Every fan will receive a K in 95 mask and hand sanitizer. Still, public health experts worry that's a lot of people getting together, many of whom are traveling to and from the Tampa area, potentially bringing covered with them or taking it home. Dr Marissa Levin that the University of South Florida says That's a concern, especially because the new U K variant is spreading in Florida. Unfortunately, from a covert point of view, Florida has been pretty open. So we've had lots of people in and out of the state already. And I worry that when you celebrate, particularly if there's alcohol involved, you let your guard down one last way This wall look different, No matter which team wins on Sunday. Both cities have made it clear a traditional Super Bowl parade is off the table. Becky Sullivan. NPR news This'll is NPR news. KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting the film I'm no longer Here about the Columbia knows the disaffected youth embracing their culture and.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Scene at basically every bar with a TV in Kansas City last year packed to capacity or beyond, with people wearing red and gold. Losing their minds at the chief's come back when he hears the sound of just one this'll year with the chief's facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. We'd would prefer to be going back to the bar, but he has two older parents and a kid with a missing kidney, so it's just not worth the risk, he says. Said. A very small group of family is self quarantining for two weeks in order to be indoors safely. Come Sunday. Wait says they're going to make the most of it in a classic Kansas City way We're smoking brisket making Dennis Allen I'm making coleslaw. I've got every kind of sauce from every barbecue joint. My wife is Indian. So sometimes when we split it up, and we'll have a little chat me as well to recent polls found that about a quarter of Americans plan to watch the game at a party or a bar. It's a lot less than a normal year, but still enough to have public health officials worried this week, Dr Anthony Fauci compared Super Bowl Sunday to Christmas and New Year's He would have approved of the way that David more watched last year's Super Bowl. He's a Chiefs fan, an enemy territory in Palm Harbor, Florida Since this was the first time the Chiefs had made it to the Super Bowl at a long time. All of my friends know how anxious I get during a football game, so I actually sat at home by myself and watch that game this year. He's actually going NFL invited 7500 vaccinated healthcare workers to the game and more got one of the golden tickets. Katie Privado got one, too. She's a huge bucks fan wouldn't miss the game for anything. She's a nurse who helps manage the ER at her hospital in Clearwater. She and her husband had started making plans for a small, safe party. Now, she says. He's on his own. He's gonna stay home and watch a home. He'll take over the planning or the gathering. So that's kind of up to him now, and I told him he has to record it. Just in case I get on TV so that I can see you later. The league has taken some steps to limit the risk of covert spreading at the game. Attendance is limited to 25,000 people. There are rules about distancing. Every fan will receive a K in 95 mask and hand sanitizer. Still, public health experts worry that's a lot of people getting together, many of whom are traveling to and from the Tampa area, potentially bringing covered with them or taking it home. Dr. Marissa Levin at the University of South Florida says that's a concern, especially because the new U K variant is spreading in Florida. Unfortunately, from a covert point of view, Florida has been pretty open. So we've had lots of people in and out of the state already. And I worry that when you celebrate, particularly if there's alcohol involved, you let your guard down one last way This wall look different, No matter which team wins on Sunday. Both cities have made it clear a traditional Super Bowl parade is off the table. Becky Sullivan. NPR news It's double the one my see you are listening to all things considered. There's more just ahead. The World Health Organization recently announced the plan to begin shipments of nearly 90 million covered 19 vaccine doses. Two countries in Africa. Low income countries have a very strong experience of rolling out vaccines. What they really need right now is they need the supply. How vaccine access is being handled on a global scale that's coming up in just a moment on w N my c So please stick around partly cloudy tonight. Love about 28 degrees Sunny, at least in the daytime tomorrow. The high near 40 degrees. It's.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:08 min | 2 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The recommendation that's coming out, especially for the Christmas holiday season. And I think that you know we're expecting to see the first vaccines possibly rolled out. As early as next week to first responders, healthcare workers people over the age of 65 with pre existing conditions and people in nursing homes. Ford is doing which I don't really understand why The governor is not prioritizing first responders in the rollout of the vaccine. He's doing the the initial three that I recommend nursing homes. People over the age of 65. And also health care workers. But apparently first responders air going into the second wave That's going to be rolled out, and you've got to remember it's kind of almost a dangerous situation, because if you have police officers, firefighters, paramedics They're responding to emergencies and having to anticipate whether or not you know there's exposure to the virus. And so what some departments have been doing is when you called 911 they would screen You know the collars and say, is anyone you know, have the coronavirus. We've been exposed to anyone. So this is a danger that they face on the front line every day. Just like you know, the paramedics were the ones taking people to the emergency room. You know if they have, you know, Corona virus or something else has happened to them. And so there's an exposure there. So I'm hoping that the governor will revisit that once they get the vaccine out there. Yeah, and again like you say it could be coming up next week, and they're too kind. You've got the, um Mother Fizer and the one that starts with an M. I forgot me, Donna. And then you've got there. Also talking about Johnson and Johnson. I think it is the others. Fizer in modern are two doses, right, Whereas this one Johnson and Johnson will just be One dose, which I think is better because you can Do it more quickly and Right. And then think is much The other thing is that people have to remember. Is that the government saying We're gonna get these out within 24 hours, and you've got there's two different components of this number one, the government releasing it, but then transporting the vaccines in the cold storage that they need to be on airplanes to get it to the states. Theia prioritizes being the most high risk. We're in one of those We're going to see the vaccine here in Florida shortly after it's released, but then getting into facilities within the state of Florida that have the cold storage capabilities because it needs to be properly stored in order to be properly administrated and get out to the people. 90 below zero. That's really pretty chilly. Yeah, well, anyway, it's 8 45 more with Felix coming up here in a jiffy. We go to the news room now and Chris treatment. We're at a critical time in the cove. It fight. That's according to U. S. F. Dr Marissa Levin, who says the three things needed to increase transmission of the virus people and the right environment. Right now, we have a worrisome combination of all three. Levine says A plan on how to handle the holiday season is needed. To prevent a major surge. Residents are upset about violence in ST Petersburg, and they're taking to the streets a rally set for tomorrow in protest of recent shootings in South ST feed, including the deadly police shooting on Wednesday. There have been seven shootings in the area over the last month. Tomorrow's rally takes place at noon at 18th Avenue South and 34th Street plans to install wrong way driving detection systems in Hillsborough County or being sped up. 10 locations along I 2 75 I four and I 75 have been selected because they have a higher risk of crashes. Sensors will be installed on ramps and we'll set off blinking lights to alert drivers. They're going the wrong way. It would also trigger alerts to be displayed on digital message boards to warn drivers on the interstate system. I'm Chris. Drink. Man News radio. W F l A Now let's check sports W F L. A sports team had 35 from the 95. Www d A. N A. M 6 20 SportsCenter On there, and Jacobson. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have this weekend off in the NFL. It's their bye week. They go into the bye week. It's seven and five. When they return, They'll be back at home on the 13th of December to take on the Minnesota Vikings. Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer line back Aker Jack City has found himself a new home. The New England Patriots have claimed the 24 year old off waivers. They did so yesterday. Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon has been conditionally reinstated. The final two weeks of this 2020 season. The NFL made the announcement yesterday. Gordon will be allowed to begin covert 19 testing today and might join the Seahawks on December 9th if he tests negative for the coronavirus for more of these stories was in a Tampa Bay sports radio 95 www d a. N A. M 6 20 where you can check out the patent Erin show starting at noon. News radio telling you F L A traffic every 10 minutes on the tens during AM Tampa Bay. Some of us are intimidated by.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tell you M L A Good morning. It is a M. Tampa Bay is we duck your halls with bows of information here, Jack, Aaron, Natalie and Katie. And joining us is Gloria Barnard Lotta Marketing in Community outreach director for Harwood Financial Group, and you folks for putting on a big toys for Tampa Bay event, and that's happening. Tomorrow afternoon. Six, right? That's correct 6 to 8 30. So where is it going to be? And what should people bring? How can they get involved here? Gloria? Absolutely Listen. We are so happy to have partner this year with toys for tots, and we're holding an open air celebration of all of the toys and funds that we've been able to raise. We couldn't be more proud of our community. The event is going to take place at the Harvard Financial Group parking lot. And, um, behind the Chase Bank. And again, we're gonna have the mayor, um, food trucks. Everything is complimentary. And and we also have. Ah. Tables, face mask for the kids in the adult balloon making activities and really just a few hours that we can spend together and celebrate all of the accomplishments and And what we're bringing to the community. Now we're again is this It is the hardwood financial group Lot, which is in Tampa, and the address is 46 01, west North, a street. It's at the intersection of Kennedy and west or unity and was sure Yeah. And You get the information. I'm sure from the website Harwood gives back dot com Find out how to get there and Maura information about what's happening, right? Absolutely. You have the details there. You'll have a calendar of the activities that we have scheduled tomorrow from 68 30. And again, it's just it's outside open air or, you know everything will be kept up safe, and it should just be a fun time to celebrate and make this really nice presentation for the Marines, toys for tots and make sure that we bring a lot of smiles to Children in need this year. For those of you who don't know the toys for tots. You know their main mission really is to collect. Toys to Children, from infants to 12 years old in or looking for new and unwrapped toys. So anything that you want to contribute. We're happy to take it tomorrow and Make sure that you'll be there to celebrate the big presentation. Well, that's great. Gloria Barnard Lot of marketing and community outreach director for Harwood Financial Group who are doing this and the website is Harwood gives back, not calm. Gloria, thanks for joining us on a M. Tampa Bay. Thank you for having me It's 7 45 go to the newsroom fresh treatment. We're at a critical time in the cove. It fight. That's according to U. S. F. Dr Marissa Levin, who says the three things needed to increase transmission are the virus people and the right environment. Right now, we have a worrisome combination of all three. Levine says A plan on how to handle the holiday season is needed to prevent a major surge. Residents are upset about violence in ST Petersburg, and they're taking to the streets, a rally said for tomorrow in protest of recent shootings in South ST feed, including the deadly police shooting on Wednesday. There have been seven shootings in the area over the last month. Tomorrow's rally takes place at noon at 18th Avenue South and 34th Street plans to install wrong way driving detection systems in Hillsborough County or being sped up. 10 locations along I 2 75 I four and I 75 have been selected because they have a higher risk of crashes. Sensors will be installed on ramps and we'll set off blinking lights to alert drivers. They're going the wrong way. It would also trigger alerts to be displayed on digital message boards to warn drivers on the interstate system. I'm Chris. Drink Man News radio. W F l A Now let's check sports. W F L A Sports 15 at 35 from the 95. Www d A. N A. M 6 20 SportsCenter on there, and Jacob said the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have this weekend off in the NFL. It's their bye week. They go into the bye week. It's seven and five. When they return, They'll be back at home on the 13th of December to take on the Minnesota Vikings, former champion a buccaneer line back Aker Jack City has found himself a new home. The New England Patriots have claimed the 24 year old off waivers. They did so yesterday. Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon has been conditionally reinstated for the final two weeks of this 2020 season. The NFL made the announcement yesterday, Gordon will be allowed to begin covert 19 testing today. Might join the Seahawks on December 9th if he tests negative for the coronavirus. For more on these stories, Listen to Tampa Bay Sports Radio 95 www d a. N A. M 6 20 where you can Check out the patent Erin.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:37 min | 2 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tampa Bay and Piri in Edification Alexe Piri inst here with Jack, Karen, Natalie and Katie and our numbers 809 699352. If there's something you want to talk about There is a chance to do it. It looks like the well this week the U. S house. Is expected to vote on a bill that would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act and require federal courts to expunge. Many prior marijuana offenses. And it will be the first time the full house will vote on ending the federal prohibition of canvas. Weird time to do it, certainly with so many other pressing issues, but it will bring a lot of money, a lot of money and Lot of happiness is definitely a lot at university said time. Lot of hunger. Morgan Fox was with the cannabis industry says House passage would send a really strong message. Not only the rest of Congress, but to a lot of other states at the time to end Prohibition has come. I mean, it will still be up to the states. Where do you think the other listeners stands on that? Shall we do a poll on how they feel of marijuana being legalized on the federal level? Yeah, that might be good. It's still gonna be up to the states yesterday how they treat it, And I think Florida is one of the more liberal and so I think it will become legal here. But I think it depends really on the county that you know that you're living in. Yeah. And it might be done on a county by county basis like palace Girl. They're already pretty lean. You know when it comes to pot, but anyway, um it's the marijuana opportunity, Reinvestment and Expungement Act calm or Introduced by aside Jerry Nadler. And aside from the addiction factor, right that comes with any substance, alcohol and cigarettes, which are both legal at a certain age. What would the opposition to marijuana for people be for me? I don't have any of that. So that's why I It's hard for me. One big concern they've always had is that it will lead Two more powerful controlled substances. Um, but more powerful drugs. You could say that about alcohol and nicotine as well. What is alcohol lied to that just leads to more alcohol. But what is marijuana leads them or smoking. That it could lead to one of the other. I know plenty of people that smoke weed and don't do anything else, and they don't even drink that much. They just smoke weed. Yeah, and they're harmless. By the way, No. Yeah, and but they're concerned that it'll lead to Heavier drugs, pills and What's the worst? What's the heaviest? I mean for me? The big three? It's like heroin, Iraq and meth. I would say the big one and meth and And crackers well, that they're concerned that it'll lead to that. The people who are opposed to this are Afraid that it'll lead to that. But nevertheless, it looks like it's Going to become legal. It'll take a little time for sure. And it will be interesting to see if it's done on a statewide basis or on a Countywide basis. We really do love list. I just gave you my top three heavy, hardcore drugs. Is 6 45 and we go to the newsroom and Chris strengthen. We're at a critical time in the cove. It fight. That's according to U. S. F. Dr Marissa Levin, who says the three things needed to increase transmission are the virus people and the right environment. Right now, we have a worrisome combination of all three. Levine says A plan on how to handle the holiday season is needed to prevent a major surge. Residents are upset about violence in ST Petersburg, and they're taking to the streets, a rally said for tomorrow in protest of recent shootings in South ST feed, including the deadly police shooting on Wednesday. There have been seven shootings in the area over the last month. Tomorrow's rally takes place at noon at 18th Avenue South and 34th Street plans to install wrong way driving detection systems in Hillsborough County or being sped up. 10 locations along I 2 75 I four and I 75 have been selected because they have a higher risk of crashes. Sensors will be installed on ramps and we'll set off blinking lights to alert drivers. They're going the wrong way. But also trigger alerts to be displayed on digital message boards to warn drivers on the interstate system. I'm Chris. Drink Man News radio. W F l A Now let's check Sports W F L, A sports team that three bodies from the 95 www d a. N A. M 6 20 SportsCenter on there, and Jacobson. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have this weekend off in the NFL. It's their bye week. They go into the bye week. It's seven and five. When they return, They'll be back at home on the 13th of December to take on the Minnesota Vikings, former champion a buccaneer line back Backer of Jack City, has found himself a new home. The New England Patriots have plainly 24 year old off waivers. They did so yesterday. Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon has been conditionally reinstated for the final two weeks of this 2020 season. The NFL made the announcement yesterday, Gordon will be allowed to begin covert 19 testing today. Might join the Seahawks on December 9th if he tests negative for the coronavirus..

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And our number is 809 699352 to be part of the force from here, Jack here and Natalie in Katie. Um, get on board. If you have something you want to comment on or talk about here this morning. Other words, quite a story that developed yesterday. Big Cat rescue When a woman nearly had our arm ripped off. By a tiger there, Kimba. I'm shocked by that. Yeah. Hillsborough County Fire Rescue was called to the park. And apparently, the volunteer didn't Observe proper procedure, but apparently they're reasons why she didn't And According to Carole Baskin, new has become rather famous as with Big cat rescue, But according to her, it happened when the volunteers saw the tiger Was locked in a section away from where he was usually fed. And she opened the door one end of the tunnel. And when she went to raise the second door, she saw his clipped shut. And Baskin said this is the universal signal not to open the gate without the coordinator coming to assist, But Candy said she just wasn't thinking when she reached into unclip it Baskin said. It is against the protocols for anybody's stick any part of your body into a cage with a cat in it. And Kimba grabbed her arm nearly tour it offered to shoulder Can you imagine that? Uh, Baskin, said Kima. Dropped his grip on the volunteer. When another person heard the commotion and came running and a nurse held off the artery and a guy put a belt around as a tourniquet it and The nurse packed the victim's arm and ice packs and The ambulance showed up and took him to took her to ST Joseph's Hospital. I'm glad she's gonna be okay. They should take away Big cat rescue from Carol Basket thinks you should take it away from taking away and then we need to further look at the grounds. And big cat rescue. I wanna investigate. Yes, this is negligence on behalf of Carol basket As far as I'm concerned, just my opinion, my panties or why do you blame her for this? Because why you letting your volunteers do things that they shouldn't be doing to get their arm toward get instructed on how to do it and everything. Obviously it was a big mistaking and I just want Carol should have called for help. I just think she's a sketchy master. Yeah, I'm ready for her to go need to check the meat grinder. It's a personal thing. Anyway, the woman did say, please, I hope nothing happens. The tiger and the woman who was the victim, which I thought was The noble on her part. I'm glad she's okay. Though. That's horrific key thing. She's apparently going to be okay. And they better not do anything to that Tiger. She said. Please do not do anything to the tiger wasn't his fault. It was my fault. It's 5 46, and we go to the newsroom now and Chris treatment. We're at a critical time in the cove. It fight. That's according to U. S. F. Dr Marissa Levin, who says the three things needed to increase transmission are the virus people and the right environment. Right now, we have a worrisome combination of all three. Levine says A plan on how to handle the holiday season is needed. To prevent a major surge. Residents are upset about violence in ST Petersburg, and they're taking to the streets a rally set for tomorrow in protest of recent shootings in South ST Pete, including the deadly police shooting on Wednesday. There have been seven shootings in the area over the last month. Tomorrow's rally takes place at noon at 18th Avenue South and 34th Street plans to install wrong way driving detection systems in Hillsborough County or being sped up. 10 locations along I 2 75 I four and I 75 have been selected because they have a higher risk of crashes. Sensors will be installed on ramps and we'll set off blinking lights to alert drivers. They're going the wrong way..

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:53 min | 4 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Corona virus numbers are on the rise again nationwide, and this is risky with flu season and colder weather. Also approaching For more. We're joined on the KCBS Ring Central News Line by Dr Marissa Levin, professor of public health and family medicine at the University of South Florida. Doctor. Thank you for joining us. Great to be review. Why might this be seen as the third hump of the first wave rather than a separate second wave? Well, we never got to really low level where we could say we had this contains. As you know, we've seen it pop up in different parts of the country. But the trajectory in the U. S has always been Upward or even at Somewhat lower levels did not last terribly long. And now again, we're seeing it go in an upward direction, so I don't think we've ever come down from the end of the first wave. So here we go colder weather on the way. Some eased restrictions and covert fatigue. People are just exhausted. All these things probably contributing to this rising cases. What do we know? You're right. I think it is a combination that is a very complex issue. Probably the most complex will ever seen our lifetime and their many factors here, But at the end of the day, our individual and collective behaviors or what makes us Able to control or not controlled the transmission. I think that we can. We can do this. We can deal with it, but we have to incorporate into our day to day lives. Those critical things that we know work that distancing eye and I say, physical distance because we need to stay socially connected, wearing face coverings and doing good hand washing. There's lots of re engineering that's occurred in the workspace in other spaces. I think that's really helpful. This has to be our new normal until we have a population that's either well vaccinate, vaccinated or Any nice from some other way As we've moved through this pandemic, we've seen sort of ah checkerboard of different restrictions across the country and different governors, saying different things and mayors sometimes going against their governors. What would you suggest, or should it come from the top The White House about these recommendations. Or mandates. And I was a state health commissioner in Virginia for a number of years, and we did a lot of pandemic planning, and the one thing that was clear is that we have to have good alignment of our effort nationally stayed and locally Critically. What happens locally is what really matters. And the state and the national response have to support that fully. But if you don't have that full alignment, and you have this patchwork of approaches Didn't get exactly what we see year and quite frankly, the outcomes or worse, and unfortunately, we could have done a lot better. I still think we can do better. But we have to. We really have to come together in full alignment now. Talk a bit about the strain on the medical system when we have these fluctuations if hospitals gear up and maybe even put a field hospital adjacent, But then the cases go down and they fold up the field hospital and send ventilators elsewhere. But then, if it surges again, How can hospitals and medical facilities manage this? It's really tough. The good news is that we've learned a lot. So medical systems healthcare systems are better prepared now, but if you get a surge that overwhelmed the system You can imagine that. Not only is it a strain on the whole system in the resource is but the people the fatigue, physical, mental, and quite frankly, we see health care workers who then get sick, too, and that impacts it. That's when the outcomes get worse, because despite best efforts if you don't have enough resource People who are things, then you just can't provide the same level of care. That's what we want to avoid. And that's why we want to be a healthiest possible going into flu season and I really encourage everybody to do that. And to get vaccinated for flu. That's one vaccine we actually have right now. I did hear something that any of you know, like a vaccine, like a flu shot might You know, kind of boost your immune system so it could be a little bit helpful. It's certainly for the flu, but maybe for something else. Why the way I look at it, is there Ah, holistic approach to boosting our immune system, And that's right. Get your rest. The active exercise eat well. On, stay socially connected all of those things and then flew vaccination. On top of that will help boost our immunity and that's what we need going into flu and Potentially another wave of our hump of covert. That sounds like great advice. Dr. Marisa Levine. Thank you so much for joining us. My pleasure. Thanks for having me have a great day. You two On to the money. Watch. If you've got frequent flyer miles but aren't flying these days, there are other ways to use them. I'm Geoff Colvin of Fortune magazine with the Fortune.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:24 min | 5 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Friday, October 2nd. I'm Ryan Gorman with me this evening, Felix Vega and Reggie on the board. We'll get right to our top story. President Trump in first Lady Melania Trump test positive for Covad 19 coming up in a few minutes, we're going to check in with Elena train. She's the White House reporter for Axios. And is about it's plugged in. Is anyone with what's going on there right now, and the events that have unfolded over the past 24 hours. The president is about to make his way to Walter Reed Hospital. Marine One is standing by at the White House right now, the White House is saying that he's being moved there as a precautionary measure. Of course, we'll continue to monitor that storyline as well. Right now. I want to go straight to the hotline and joining us. For some expert analysis of these major developments is Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership and Public Health Practice and professor at the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Dr Levine thank you for joining us and let me start with some basics on this Corona virus we're hearing about when people tested positive when they became Symptomatic. What should everyone know and understand about the early stages of this virus. Good evening. It's great to be with you. The most important thing is that there may not be any symptoms and the critical thing is too. Really take full precautions to prevent catching this forest. I think what we're seeing today shows us that this is an easily transmitted virus basically got through the security of the White House. On. That means pretty much. Anybody can catch it if we let our guard down. Can individuals tests negative today but begin to experience symptoms or tests positive within the next few days? Yeah, That's a great question, because It could take a few days three or four before we actually Khun get a positive test after you've been exposed. So if we know you have an exposure say today, often they'll be a waiting period of about 4 to 7 days actually do a test just to be sure. And during that time, the critical thing for folks is you really need to quarantine yourself meaning separate yourself from other people. So you don't spread it, potentially, you have it. It's been the toughest thing about this virus. You can have it and not even know it but still spread it. For those experiencing mild symptoms or even moderate symptoms right now, and it appears that a couple of individuals who are part of this outbreak are feeling those kinds of symptoms. When could they start to subside or in a worst case scenario, get more severe. So generally, What happens is in the first week to 10 Days is the time period where we see either progression or resolution, and people who end up getting hospitalized usually get hospitalized somewhere. Around 10 to 14 days, maybe a little earlier after they've started symptoms, And so that's why we often see when we're seeing those numbers every day. That there's a lag time if the numbers go up. Until we actually see hospitalizations and then You know. Unfortunately, people are dying from this. Unfortunately, most people don't have symptoms and do well but but dying from this is the latest outcome. That takes Anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks. Really? To really show itself in the community, so that's a natural progression for somebody who's going to get worse. But the important thing is, most people do very well. The issue we have is if you're older, if you have underlying health issues You are at risk of complications and even death. And you really have to be careful to make sure you don't pick it up in the first place. And on that no President Trump's advanced age is wait. All concerns that are obviously getting a lot of attention talk a little bit more about how that factors into one's ability to recover. Sure, you know, we know a lot more now about Coke, and we know that age alone is a risk factor for more severe illness and death. One way to think about it is For people in their seventies. Based on everything we've seen, particularly in the United States and developed countries. Off 40 people who get it. On average. One person will die. So the good news is 39 people will recover. They may have some lingering effects or some other side effects that are concerning Um, but that's that's pretty significant and as your age goes up, it's even more likely to happen. Contrast that with people in their twenties, one average Yeah, you need to have about 20,000 young people at the age of 22 c one death on average. That's on average, and we had to that. In addition to age concerns, like high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, other underlying lung conditions, diabetes Then your risk goes up, regardless of age. So these are important things for everybody in the community to take notice, Because at the end of the day, you kind of have to figure out what our own risk is. And then put in place appropriate protection. I'm joined by Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice and professor of the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Of course, we're talking about the story today. The president and first lady Melania Trump testing positive For covert 19 President Trump is about to make his way to Walter Reed Hospital. And what we're hearing from the White House is that this is a precautionary measure. The president will undergo some testing. Can you talk a little bit about some of the things that his doctors air likely monitoring him for? Sure, and let me send my wishes, speedy recovery to the end to the first lady and everybody who's picking up covert. Unfortunately, so the critical thing now is To make sure that we're knowing more about the progression. They don't have a lot of Good data that we can get early on. You really just have to monitor people make sure that they're supported fully. They're getting enough fluid there, eating well resting. But most importantly, no if the tide's turned for the worst, because We've heard that the president has gotten in experimental treatments, which shows promise on that could be very helpful, but we also need to know if the tide turns for worsening. When to use went to implement some of the other present therapies that have worked for people who are hospitalized. Mom, We know a lot more now. Our own positions in the Tampa Bay region have learned a lot and we don't see death as readily as when what we saw today in New York, with the first outbreaks Partly because we've learned that there are some things that could really help. That's what will be watching the positions will be watching for and then make decisions in terms of other therapies that could be and probably time. You mentioned the experimental treatment that the president is apparently receiving Regeneron's Polly clonal anti body drug. What can you tell us about that? What do we know about that? So we know a lot about the virus in its structure and how it catches the cells in our body on what's happened here is that this company has produced About to monitor called monoclonal antibodies, which are very specific to Ah play 18 on the surface of the virus called Spike Protein, one that connects to ourselves. And the idea here is that those antibodies will block so that there can't be a connection to the virus, and that then allows the body to go ahead and try to clear the virus. So Again. It's early. It's still experimental. We don't have all the data, but the company's at least saying that there's some positive signs for that. But I think that's obviously why the president being afforded the opportunity to use that. Again. We're learning as we go. We're learning a lot more about this virus, its effects and how to mitigate it. So I think it's important for all your listeners to remember to stay up today and make sure that they know what we know about the virus so that they can Take the appropriate precautions on and at the end of the day. I'll just add that We're approaching Lucy's, and you don't know what that's going to be like, but all the mitigation effects that we've talked about physical distancing basement. Hand hygiene that could really help us as we go into Lucy's that being as healthy as possible going in, regardless of your age, taking care of your underlying condition. Getting vaccinated for flu..

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Trump gets experimental drug aimed at curbing severe illness

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

08:46 min | 5 months ago

Trump gets experimental drug aimed at curbing severe illness

"President Trump in first Lady Melania Trump test positive for Covad 19 coming up in a few minutes, we're going to check in with Elena train. She's the White House reporter for Axios. And is about it's plugged in. Is anyone with what's going on there right now, and the events that have unfolded over the past 24 hours. The president is about to make his way to Walter Reed Hospital. Marine One is standing by at the White House right now, the White House is saying that he's being moved there as a precautionary measure. Of course, we'll continue to monitor that storyline as well. Right now. I want to go straight to the hotline and joining us. For some expert analysis of these major developments is Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership and Public Health Practice and professor at the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Dr Levine thank you for joining us and let me start with some basics on this Corona virus we're hearing about when people tested positive when they became Symptomatic. What should everyone know and understand about the early stages of this virus. Good evening. It's great to be with you. The most important thing is that there may not be any symptoms and the critical thing is too. Really take full precautions to prevent catching this forest. I think what we're seeing today shows us that this is an easily transmitted virus basically got through the security of the White House. On. That means pretty much. Anybody can catch it if we let our guard down. Can individuals tests negative today but begin to experience symptoms or tests positive within the next few days? Yeah, That's a great question, because It could take a few days three or four before we actually Khun get a positive test after you've been exposed. So if we know you have an exposure say today, often they'll be a waiting period of about 4 to 7 days actually do a test just to be sure. And during that time, the critical thing for folks is you really need to quarantine yourself meaning separate yourself from other people. So you don't spread it, potentially, you have it. It's been the toughest thing about this virus. You can have it and not even know it but still spread it. For those experiencing mild symptoms or even moderate symptoms right now, and it appears that a couple of individuals who are part of this outbreak are feeling those kinds of symptoms. When could they start to subside or in a worst case scenario, get more severe. So generally, What happens is in the first week to 10 Days is the time period where we see either progression or resolution, and people who end up getting hospitalized usually get hospitalized somewhere. Around 10 to 14 days, maybe a little earlier after they've started symptoms, And so that's why we often see when we're seeing those numbers every day. That there's a lag time if the numbers go up. Until we actually see hospitalizations and then You know. Unfortunately, people are dying from this. Unfortunately, most people don't have symptoms and do well but but dying from this is the latest outcome. That takes Anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks. Really? To really show itself in the community, so that's a natural progression for somebody who's going to get worse. But the important thing is, most people do very well. The issue we have is if you're older, if you have underlying health issues You are at risk of complications and even death. And you really have to be careful to make sure you don't pick it up in the first place. And on that no President Trump's advanced age is wait. All concerns that are obviously getting a lot of attention talk a little bit more about how that factors into one's ability to recover. Sure, you know, we know a lot more now about Coke, and we know that age alone is a risk factor for more severe illness and death. One way to think about it is For people in their seventies. Based on everything we've seen, particularly in the United States and developed countries. Off 40 people who get it. On average. One person will die. So the good news is 39 people will recover. They may have some lingering effects or some other side effects that are concerning Um, but that's that's pretty significant and as your age goes up, it's even more likely to happen. Contrast that with people in their twenties, one average Yeah, you need to have about 20,000 young people at the age of 22 c one death on average. That's on average, and we had to that. In addition to age concerns, like high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, other underlying lung conditions, diabetes Then your risk goes up, regardless of age. So these are important things for everybody in the community to take notice, Because at the end of the day, you kind of have to figure out what our own risk is. And then put in place appropriate protection. I'm joined by Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice and professor of the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Of course, we're talking about the story today. The president and first lady Melania Trump testing positive For covert 19 President Trump is about to make his way to Walter Reed Hospital. And what we're hearing from the White House is that this is a precautionary measure. The president will undergo some testing. Can you talk a little bit about some of the things that his doctors air likely monitoring him for? Sure, and let me send my wishes, speedy recovery to the end to the first lady and everybody who's picking up covert. Unfortunately, so the critical thing now is To make sure that we're knowing more about the progression. They don't have a lot of Good data that we can get early on. You really just have to monitor people make sure that they're supported fully. They're getting enough fluid there, eating well resting. But most importantly, no if the tide's turned for the worst, because We've heard that the president has gotten in experimental treatments, which shows promise on that could be very helpful, but we also need to know if the tide turns for worsening. When to use went to implement some of the other present therapies that have worked for people who are hospitalized. Mom, We know a lot more now. Our own positions in the Tampa Bay region have learned a lot and we don't see death as readily as when what we saw today in New York, with the first outbreaks Partly because we've learned that there are some things that could really help. That's what will be watching the positions will be watching for and then make decisions in terms of other therapies that could be and probably time. You mentioned the experimental treatment that the president is apparently receiving Regeneron's Polly clonal anti body drug. What can you tell us about that? What do we know about that? So we know a lot about the virus in its structure and how it catches the cells in our body on what's happened here is that this company has produced About to monitor called monoclonal antibodies, which are very specific to Ah play 18 on the surface of the virus called Spike Protein, one that connects to ourselves. And the idea here is that those antibodies will block so that there can't be a connection to the virus, and that then allows the body to go ahead and try to clear the virus. So Again. It's early. It's still experimental. We don't have all the data, but the company's at least saying that there's some positive signs for that. But I think that's obviously why the president being afforded the opportunity to use that. Again. We're learning as we go. We're learning a lot more about this virus, its effects and how to mitigate it. So I think it's important for all your listeners to remember to stay up today and make sure that they know what we know about the virus so that they can Take the appropriate

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The latest on the state of Florida and where we were in our positivity rate inside the numbers would be joined by Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership. In public health of the University of South Florida and former state health Commissioner of Virginia Community Doctor Thanks for joining US Good morning. Happy Monday. Yeah, having money to you? Well, you seen the latest in South Florida, the state and all of that, or positivity rate is going in the right direction. Number of cases a cz well, hospitalizations, too, But it's still way too high, isn't it? We're leveling off. Yes, at a very high level, but at least we're leveling off. I know everybody needs some hope. Yeah, way. You know, we had a closed down our testing for parts of the state on Friday and again today because of the because of the hurricane, it was coming through tropical Storm. So we're not sure if those numbers are gonna hold up is the week goes and usually Mondays or lesser seems less of people are going get getting test on a weekend and all those kinds of things less reporting to So we're still holding out what you were looking for That positivity rate That's the most important thing. Is it right now? Well, it is And as he said, You can't just look at one day. I think we have to look at the trends. And because we had this disruption and testing, we might not be able to make conclusions based on anything we see day by day for the next few days. But yes, the test positivity rate is is an important one. Right now. The other thing that's really critical is the hospitalizations and the hospitals have been stressed. They're holding on their managing, but we need to make sure that those numbers don't go up. And one thing for all of your viewers to remember is that the death numbers tell us a story from what happened. Probably 45 maybe even six weeks ago. Don't be surprised if we continue to see death. That pretty significant levels for the next few weeks. Right. What about nationally? Doctor? I thought I saw a number of 14 week trend of of us that this nationwide is declining doctor, Father once said. You know, Don't be surprised. We get to 100,000. That's the latest I saw was 52,000. I'm sorry cases latest I saw was 52,000 Is that the trend that were way he had a little positivity out of So one thing to keep in modern with a pandemic is it's really a Siri's of outbreaks in many different places that each have their own characteristics. Even within Florida. I mean, we see that it looks a little different from different parts of the state. So the critical thing is that we have unified action because We need to really get this down everywhere with us being very mobile and increasingly mobile as people become a little more comfortable with living with covert, then it's really incumbent upon all of us to do our part because we don't want just to shift from one place to another. And to some degree, we are seeing that It looks different in different states and even within different states. Right. It looks like the South is getting a little bit better, but it looks like it's moving toward the Midwest. Is that the issue? That is on. I think folks in rural areas might have thought they were protected. But as we've seen in Florida, you know when you have it in the large metropolitan areas, it will move into the rural areas and then it can move back again because people are mobile. Yeah, well, yeah, It's not just because you know the state of Florida ends just above Jacksonville that it stops there get heads into Georgian and elsewhere. And that's the issue that we've had a complicity with wearing masks. What level do you think we have to be at? Is that 90% Is it less than that? And if so, how long do you think if we got to that level that it would release haven't impact on the numbers? You know, so it's a spectrum. It's a matter of degree. The bed. The more people who are wearing masks, the better. I don't think there's any question about that. We probably need to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 75% or better to have A significant impact more rapidly, and I think that the problem is that When we have different levels of mask wearing in different places, Then we see what I was just saying that the virus can move from one place to another. It doesn't respect for orders. It doesn't respect how political Station or whatever. So I think it's really critical for the large majority being 75 or 90. We don't really know. We just know that we need everyone to do their part. Right. Are you going to open University of South Florida? A ce faras in on campus learning, or you're gonna be remote. So you know the university never really close because it's been remote. But with Hillsborough, there has been widespread community transmission just like in the Miami Dade, and I think the critical issue now is to be low laser focused to get that down to a level. Where are testing in our contact? Tracing can manage this better. That's really what we should all be focused on. I think that'll determine how much the university opens Probably true and for most universities This. This is why the community as a whole needs to do its part, every person because testing right now in contact, tracing alone. Can't manage this with the numbers of cases were seeing every day. We really have to get it down. To a much lower level to get those resources to work. Better without question, Doctor. Thanks so much for your time this morning. We really do appreciate all right. Have a good week. Take care. Is a 9 46 in many series got a look at what is Trending, which gave me an executive producer for the Ellen DeGeneres show, trying to set the record straight regarding cancellation. Rumors surrounding the talk show Andy last night took the Twitter writing quote. Nobody is going off the Arabs, they're after someone speculated the show is about to end. His comments come weeks after news broke about what some called the show's toxic work environment, Ellen also responding in the last few days, and some Hollywood types responding to what Ellen had to say. It's all on the front page. Jimmy w d dot com unit would say about that. The people who didn't complain and the guts to set up and say, Hey, look, this isn't a right culture. Would be punished. If they cancel that show, Ellen don't need the money Those people will be will be punished. You know, That's the sad part about that. 9 47 Come back. We'll wrap things up for a Monday morning here on NewsRadio, 16 W. Y o Day until.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:14 min | 7 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Autumn all 0% interest of 84 month Miami like Sodom all that time. Everyone on a Monday morning. First of our conversation where former United States Senator George of you fell much better, by the way, George underscored seniority, Senator Oh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. That's right. We change this up just a little bit. It's my fault. We are actually talking to the doctor. The second kids, of course Changes area. Sorry, doctor, the latest on the state of Florida and where we were on our positivity rate inside the numbers to be joined by Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership. In public health at the University of South Florida and former state health Commissioner of Virginia Community Doctor Thanks for joining US Good morning. Happy Monday. Yeah. Happy Mother to you. Well, you seen the latest in South Florida, the state and all of that, or positivity rate. Is going in the right direction. Number of cases a cz well, hospitalizations, too, but it's still way too high, isn't it? Really is. We're leveling off at a pretty high level mean good news. Run. Having some trouble with the doctor's phone there. Um nearly, you know, we can't know we can. Okay, I was going. I was saying that we're leveling off. Yes, at a very high level, but at least we're leveling off. I know everybody needs some hope. Yeah, way. You know, we had a closed down our testing for parts of the state on Friday and again today because of the because of the hurricane was coming through tropical Storm. So we're not sure if those numbers are gonna hold up is the week goes and usually Mondays or lesser seems less of people are going get getting to test on a weekend and all those kinds of things less reporting to So we're still holding out what you were looking for That positivity rate that's the most important thing isn't right now. Well, it ISS as he said. You can't just look at one day. I think we have to look at the trends and because we've had this disruption and testing, we might not be able to make conclusions based on anything we see day by day. For the next few days. But yes tests positivity rate is is an important one. Right now. The other thing that's really critical is the hospitalizations and the hospitals have been stressed. They're holding on their managing, but we need to make sure that those numbers don't go up. And one thing for all of your viewers to remember is that the death numbers tell us a story from what happened. Probably 45 maybe even six weeks ago. So don't be surprised if we continue to see death at pretty significant levels for the next few weeks. Right. What about nationally? Doctor? I thought I saw a number of 14 week trend of of us is the nationwide is declining, Dr Fauci once said. You know, Don't be surprised. We get to 100,000. That's the latest I saw was 52,000. I'm sorry cases latest I saw was 52,000 Is that the trend that were way he had a little positivity out of So one thing to keep in modern with a pandemic is it's really a series of outbreaks in many different places that each have their own characteristics. Even within Florida. I mean, we see that It looks a little different from different parts of the state. So the critical thing is that we have unified action because we need to really get this down everywhere with us being very mobile and increasingly mobile. People become a little more comfortable with living with covert. Then it's really incumbent upon all of us to do our part because we don't want to just a shift from one place to another. And to some degree, we are seeing that It looks different in different states and even within different states. Right. It looks like the South is getting a little bit better, but it looks like it's moving toward the Midwest. Is that the issue? That is on. I think folks in more rural areas might have thought they were protected. But as we've seen in Florida, you know when you have it in the large metropolitan areas, it will move into the rural areas and then it can move back again because people are mobile. Yeah, well, yeah, they sent that just because you know, the state of Florida ends just above Jacksonville that it stops there get heads into Georgian and elsewhere. And that's the issue that we've had a complicity with wearing masks. What level do you think we have to be at? Is that 90%? Is it less than that? And if so, how long do you think if we got to that level that it would release haven't impact on the numbers? You know, so it's a spectrum. It's a matter of degree. The bed. The more people who are wearing masks, the better. I don't think there's any question about that. We probably need to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 75% or better to have A significant impact more rapidly, and I think that the problem is that When we have different levels of mask wearing in different places, Then we see what I was just saying that the virus can move from one place to another. It doesn't respect for orders. It doesn't respect how political Station or whatever. So I think it's really critical for the large majority be at 75 or 90. We don't really know. We just know that we need everyone to do their part. Right. Are you going to open University of South Florida? A ce faras in on campus learning, or you're gonna be remote. So you know the university never really close because it's been remote. But with Hillsborough, there has been widespread community transmission just like in the Miami Dade, and I think the critical issue now is to be low laser focused to get that down to a level. Where are testing and our contact Tracing can manage this better. That's really what we should all be focused on. I think that'll determine how much the university opens Probably true and for most universities This. This is why the community as a whole needs to do its part, every person because testing right now in contact, tracing alone. Can't manage this with the numbers of cases were seeing every day. We really have to get it down. To a much lower level to get those resources to work. Better without question, Doctor. Thanks so much for your time this morning. We really do appreciate it. I haven't done We take care. He's the director of the center leadership in public health at the University of South Florida. Maybe you got a headline from training for another one of those only in Florida stories, a guy who's not worrying many clothes, deciding to jump on the hood of a tractor trailer, then Going for a nine mile ride on the semi down I 95 of the way over the weekend. Of course, the entire thing was caught on video. I warn you, there is some adult language in the video, so watch out your own risk. I meant to read more on the story. The guy on the hood, the driver of the truck anyway, it's all on the front page a w dot com Alright, thanks may become actually traffic in just two minutes. He on his radio 16 w y o The following testimonials from a real green broke TMS patient.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Chris. Strengthen our top story at 11 o'clock, the Corona viruses so out of control, even contact tracing an increased testing won't stop it. That's the assessment of Dr Marissa Levin of USF. What's really in court is that you continue getting messages out that Everything you put in place, plus the public's one going or where everybody's car isn't the only thing that will allow her says the county would need about 400 people to carry out contact tracing right now in about 2 to 3 times more testing. Neither, she says is realistic. At the moment, Levin's encouraging local officials to keep mask mandates in place. The emergency policy group also extended the local state of emergency through September. A man in his thirties, is among the latest Corona virus deaths in Tampa Bay. The death of the 32 year old was one of 11 Cove in 19 deaths announced in Pinellas County. 19 deaths were announced in Hillsboro. The 35 deaths in the region were among a record 120 statewide with 9000 new cases. ST Petersburg is de funding its plans to hire 25 new police officers and using the money to hire social workers. Instead, police chief Anthony Holloway says it's part of ST Petersburg's plan to reimagine the police department are citizen is asking for change signals. ST Petersburg The police department is ready for that change. Holloway says the call or Community Assistance Liaison program will send unarmed social workers to nonviolent situation such as mental health or family issues, relieving pressure on officers. He hopes to have it in place by October 1st, Gordon Byrd, NewsRadio wofl, a Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away. With Florida's news on Chris Strike Man. It's a great time to get a great.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:51 min | 8 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Chris Trunk Man. Our top story at nine o'clock, the corona viruses so out of control, even contact tracing an increased testing won't stop it. That's the assessment of Dr Marissa Levin of US F. It's really in court is that you continue getting the messages out that Everything you put in place, plus the public's one going into Secor, where everybody's your car isn't the only thing that will allow her. Levine says The county would need about 400 people to carry out contact tracing right now in about 2 to 3 times more testing. Neither, she says is realistic. At the moment, Levin's encouraging local officials to keep mask mandates in place. The emergency policy group also extended the local state of emergency through September. A man in his thirties, is among the latest Corona virus deaths in Tampa Bay. The death of the 32 year old was one of 11 Cove in 19 deaths announced in Pinellas County. 19 deaths were announced in Hillsboro. The 35 deaths in the region were among a record 120 statewide with 9000 new cases. ST Petersburg is de funding its plans to hire 25 new police officers and using the money to hire social workers. Instead, police chief Anthony Holloway says it's part of ST Petersburg's plan to reimagine the police department are citizen is asking for change the city of ST Petersburg. The police department is ready for that change. Holloway says the call or Community Assistance Liaison program will send unarmed social workers to nonviolent situation such as mental health or family issues, relieving pressure on officers. He hopes to have it in place by October 1st, Gordon Byrd, NewsRadio Wofl a Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news. Fine. Chris Strike Man. Hello. You've.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We'll have to make a decision by July 27th. Florida had the deadliest day since the Corona virus began with 120 people killed by the disease. But things aren't out of control, says Governor Rhonda status. We understand much more about this virus. You should be. You should take precautions, but there's no need to be panic. There's no need to be fearful. We understand the situations that make this thing more transmissible. The 120 deaths from Cove in 19 beat the previous high of 83 back in April. Speaking in Jacksonville, the governor said he would not have a problem holding next month's Republican National Convention at an outdoor venue in the city to ensure the safety of conventiongoers from the virus. It's currently scheduled for an indoor arena. A man in his thirties is the latest Corona virus death in Tampa Bay. The death of the 32 year old one of 11 Cove in 19 deaths announced in Pinellas County, 19 were announced in Hillsborough. There were three in Manatee and one each in Pasco and Sarasota. Continuing spike in Corona virus cases in Hillsborough County has health officials asking for more help from the public Health Department director Douglas Hold says contact tracing with patients testing positive remains key to reducing the number of cases. Dr. Marissa Levin from USF says that's only part of the picture. Even no contact tracing our year. Just getting the video of alone together. No, no. Approximately 400 people are needed based on the county's population and the current number of cases. Meanwhile, the emergency policy group extended the local state of emergency through September. Take precautions and wear a mask. That's the advice from a Bradenton couple who contracted Corona virus last March while on a cruise ship Roseanna and Ron Chase. We're traveling with another couple when dozens of passengers became sick. Both couples contracted the virus. Roseanne and Ron recover, but their friend Tom died, Ron tells news Channel ace. He's now donating blood. Stop giving itto They say I.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:21 min | 8 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Governor Dissatisfied doubling down on his demand to reopen schools on time next month. The governor says it's definitely doable and necessary to combat what he calls the education gap. You talk to teachers about what happens over the summer and how there's a summer wag. Well, jeez. Now we're from mid March all the way now and in spite of good efforts with the online it's just not the same. So I worry about that gap. The governor says he worries about Kids being away from school and what it does in terms of socializing. Parents in Pinellas County might want to put masks on their back to school shopping list. District officials announced that masks will be required on campus and school buses when classes resume next month. Parents will get to choose between having their kids attend in person glasses or learning online, and they'll have to make a decision by July 27th. A man in his thirties, is among the latest Corona virus deaths in Tampa Bay. The death of the 32 year old was one of 11 covert 19 deaths announced in Pinellas County, 19 were announced in Hillsborough. There were three and Manatee one each in Pasco in Sarasota, which is marking its 1/100 death from the virus. The 35 in the region were among a record 120 announced statewide. Corona viruses so out of control that even contact tracing an increased testing won't stop it. That's the assessment of Dr Marissa Levin of U. S efforts really in court is that you continue getting messages out that Everything he put in place, plus the public's one going into Secor, where everybody's car isn't the only thing that will allow her. Levine says The county would need about 400 people to carry out contact tracing right now in about 2 to 3 times more testing. Neither, she says is realistic. Levin is encouraging local officials to keep mass mandates in place. The emergency policy group extended the local state of emergency through September. Abraded Tin couple who contracted covert 19 while on a cruise ship last March, are warning others to take the pandemic. Seriously. Ron and Roseanna Chase. We're traveling with another couple from Manatee County, when others onboard became ill. Run and his friend Tom ended up in the covert unit at Sarasota Memorial, Roseanna tells news Channel eight. It's a nightmare that hasn't ended. Take.

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"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:54 min | 8 months ago

"dr marissa levin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Or the Leroy Sellman Next traffic update of 5 10 K long, his radio W fella. Rain chances going up to 40% through the day with an afternoon high of 90. It's 81 degrees at news radio Wofl, a governor to Santos's doubling down on his demand to reopen schools on time next month. Governor says it's definitely doable and necessary to combat what he calls the education gap and you talk to teachers about what happens over the summer and how there's a summer wag. Well, cheese. Now we're from mid March all the way now and in spite of good efforts with the online it's just not the same. So I worry about that gap. The governor also says he's concerned about what being away from school does in terms of socializing and just being normal kids. Parents in Pinellas County might want to put masks on their back to back school shopping list. District officials announced that masks will be required on campus and school buses when classes resume next month. Parents will get to choose between having their kids attend in person classes or learn online, and they'll have to make a decision by July 27th. A man in his thirties, is among the latest Corona virus deaths in Tampa Bay. The death of the 32 year old was one of 11 Cove in 19 deaths announced in Pinellas County. 19 deaths were announced in Hillsborough. There were three and manatee and one each in Pasco in Sarasota, just marking its 1/100 death from the virus, the 35 in the region among the record 120 announced statewide with almost 9000 new cases. The Corona viruses so out of control, even contact tracing an increased testing won't stop it. That's the assessment of Dr Marissa Levin of USF. What's really in court is that you continue getting messages out that Everything you put in place, plus the public's one going into Secor, where everybody's your car isn't the only thing that will allow this. Levine says the county would need about 400 people to carry out contact tracing right now and about 2 to 3 times more testing. Neither, she says, is realistic. At the moment, Levin's encouraging local officials to keep mask mandates in place. Also, the emergency policy group extended the local state of emergency through September. Bradenton couple who contracted covert 19 while on a cruise ship last Marsh are warning others to take the pandemic. Seriously. Ronon Roseanna Chase. We're traveling along with another couple from Manatee County, when others onboard the ship became ill. Ron and his friend Tom ended up in the covert unit at Sarasota Memorial, Roseanna tells news Channel eight. It's a nightmare that hasn't ended. Take it serious thiss diseases, not it. It's not a joke. It's not a hoax. You know, it's it's serious. It's one of the most serious thing That's happened to us. Ron suffering.

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