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"6 10 W Audi When youse breaks, we're ready around the clock at 6 41 on this chilly Friday morning here in South Florida. Covered cases in Florida continued their search yesterday, the highest number of new cases since July. 16 13,148, along with another 101 deaths linked to the buyers that remember you got to put this in perspective. We had 13,148 cases. Just, uh, almost 3000 more and we have the day before we tested 27,000 more people. So I mean, you know, you gotta put in perspective. That means the state why positivity rate was 8.81% 7.22% in Broward 8.84%. Miami Dade Hospitalizations remained fairly stable or down a little bit of 4624. This week, Governor. The Santis downplayed the numbers We have been seeing. A lot of these experts were saying that the United States because of Thanksgiving was going to have this massive surge. There's going to be all this problem because people had the gall to go see their family will look at the national indicator. Since since Thanksgiving, it's actually gone down. Why That's the truth. I mean, you know, and it's I don't know it, but good You're not hearing is that are you because they don't want to say that? No, I don't say that. Don't say that. Even if geologists across the state say the comment is misleading, though, despite decreases in some metrics and Thanksgiving, there have been a NIN crease in both the number of new cases and hospitalizations and flora by about 33% they claim Claim. I'm looking at the numbers and I don't see that. But that's just me. The governor pointed out that Florida is doing much better than many states. We're seeing much higher percentage of positive test new cases and hospitalizations. But Dr Mary Jo trap to and if I you told our news partners and NBC six. She disagrees with governors assessment of which and where the state is headed. We are seeing the effects of Thanksgiving. These are large numbers of new cases that we are seeing every day. And like I said, now, the.
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"Register broke with you're an investment advisor as high PC Willie Combs, his radio 6 10 wi, OT 6 $10 radar, Nice and quiet. Warm, though. 86 degrees in Pompano Beach. It's 85 in Hialeah and 301 of the first Corona virus vaccines are being administered in South Florida. Current allotment. In fact, scenes is for the employees. The frontline employees working nice in critical care areas in the emergency department. For over our 2000 physicians that make up the memorial Family Memorial Healthcare System. President Aurelio Fernandez expects about 50% of their medical staff to receive the vaccine, which is about 7000 doses. The remaining 13,000 doses will be shared with five other Broward hospitals, including Cleveland Clinic and Broward General Medical Center. Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami is still on standby to receive its first shipment of the vaccine. President Trump is tearing the first coronavirus vaccinations tweeting. Congratulations, USA. Congratulations World. US Health Secretary Alexi's are telling a briefing that the initial rollout of the vaccine is going well. The first doses are intended primarily for health care workers and those in long term care facilities. Hayes are touting the rapid development of a Corona virus vaccine, calling it safe and effective. The ongoing outbreak, though, has claimed nearly 300,000 American lives. Even with the first doses of the covert vaccine being administered, we shouldn't expect any drastic change in hospitalizations. That's the number of confirmed cases are on the rise or the number of people critically ill with the virus. The last two weeks we've seen that there's 30% more people being hospitalized in Miami, Dave And almost 40% of more people being on a ventilator with covert If I used Dr Mary Jo traffic, a says it'll be several more months before the vaccines available to the general public, So right now we need to continue to be vigilant wearing our masks and social distancing and which Children not being able to receive. The shots will have to have a larger percentage of adults getting it to reach herd immunity aircraft. Rickets news radio 6 10 w Y O D. Our team coverage of the covert pandemic continues with Governor Cuomo warning New Yorkers about another shutdown governor said. Positivity rates Continue to go up with Staten Island still having the highest rate among the five boroughs and those numbers need to improve. We go back to where we were. All non essential businesses close they go to zero, Cuomo said. The problem now is community spread and inviting people over, he added. Currently, no region is in a red zone where hospital capacity would reach 90% in three weeks. That's correspondent Lisa G. With that story. Tyler Perry is donating to a go fund Me page set up for Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Perry donated $100,000 to the fund. The account was set up for Kenneth Walker after the Louisville police officer. He shot the night of the deadly drug raid on Taylor's apartment announced in October. But he's suing Walker Markets are mixed. Dow Jones Industrial Average Down 16 points 30,030. The NASDAQ is up 100 16 points the S and P also in positive territory. 2.5 points three or four a lot More news at 3 30 Sean Hannity Next after we check whether I'm out Louis News radio 6 10 W. Y o D. You hear your car 0% interest for up to 84 month. Miami Lakes autumn, all calm. Investors want high cash flow with appreciation. The Federal Reserve is boosting real estate markets with super low interest rates and where we build its booming there's no saying Don't fight the Fed with your investments, Founded in 2006, with a 15 year track record in our area gives you steady.
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"Chance of rain this afternoon, Right and we're looking at 82 warm degrees in Hollywood and 83 heading towards Sweetwater. It's now 12 o'clock. The code 19 vaccine is finally here and not soon enough. The numbers are on the rise fast, more than 2000 cases being diagnosed today in Miami Dade and Broward quickly approaching 1000 a day hospitalizations are soaring both counties it has doubled since early November. So hospitals are really beginning to feel the strain if I used Dr Mary Jo truck, it says. In the past two weeks, the number of covert patients on ventilators and Miami Dade has gone up nearly 40%. When it comes to the vaccination, she believes, since most Children cannot receive it, ah, larger portion of adults must agree to take it this spring in summer in order to achieve herd immunity are cried. Rickets news radius Extend Wi OD. The first front line workers are set to receive the vaccine at Memorial Specialty Pharmacy in Miramar at 2 P.m.. Meanwhile, a nurse in New York City among the first in America to receive the covered 19 vaccine. Her name is Sandra. Her vaccine was broadcast on. National television Governor Andrew Cuomo also watched virtually, and he says planes, trains and automobiles are moving the vaccine all around his state. The distribution of the Fizer and other vaccines, though, could lead for control over Cove it by summer, 2021 by on Tek, co founder Professor O. R. Shaheen told Fox News with the distribution of the visor by on tech vaccine and others covet 90. Could be under control by the end of the summer, saying Hopefully we can roll out the vaccine very fast and significantly reduced the hospitalizations. He said It would take the immunization of 30% of Americans with vaccines to start to see a difference. Most health experts say 70 to 80% immunity is needed to fully gain control over the virus. Florida Senate president Diagnosed With Covet 19 Republican Senator Wilton's Simpson of Trilby won't be able to preside over Florida's meeting of presidential electors in Tallahassee. In a letter to governor Dissatisfied since And said he was honored to be part of the process and was looking forward to awarding President Trump and Vice President Pence Florida's 29 electoral votes. The electors meeting will go on his plant. Chris Trackman news radio 6 10 W Y. O D. Well. Sudan is no longer considered a state sponsor of terrorism. The US lifting that designation today after coming to an agreement back in October. However, the removal of the designation won't come cheap first don as the bombings of the U. S embassies in Tanzania and Kenya. Will cost you down. $335 million Tyler Perry's donating to a go fund Me page set up for Briana Taylor's boyfriend. Very donated $100,000 to the fund account was set up for Kenneth Walker after the Louisville police officer He shot the night of the deadly drug raid on Taylor's apartment, announced in October that he's suing Walker. Well, we're blessed to be here in South Florida, parts of the Northeast are bracing for a major snow and ice storm. The severe weather starting today is cold air begins to blanket much of the East. Forecasters expect the storm system to bring drenching rain heavy snow in the possibility of a thick glaze of ice for many, and the heat is on tipping off their preseason tonight hosting the new Orlean pelicans at American Airlines Arena. Miami will then play the Raptors on Friday in Tampa to close out its brief to game exhibition schedule. More news coming up at 12 30 Rush is next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 Wi OD Running zero rain Chance still about Thursday. Warm weather may be close to record warm today, Probably not a record 84 degrees, with a few clouds around otherwise sunny overnight tonight. More clouds gathering later, warm upper sixties Tuesday partly to mostly cloudy. 82 Wednesday clouds of sunshine with a high near 83 some showers and thunderstorms in the second half of Thursday with updates around the clock on South Florida. Severe weather station Other weather channel's race. DIGICOM NEWS Radio 6 10 Wi OD. This report is sponsored by Merrill. When questions find you Merrill Edge Self directed investing has personalized tools and insights to help you find answers get started.
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"From NPR and WBZ, I'm Tanya Moseley I'm Robin Young? It's here now. Researchers from the university and the drug maker AstraZeneca say today in the Medical Journal, The Lancet that they're vaccine induced strong antibody and t cell immune responses in a study of more than one thousand people, positive news that comes as more than six hundred thousand deaths from covid nineteen are reported around the world. An epicenter of the pandemic in this country is Florida. Where more than eighty percent of the state's ICU beds are full following five straight days with over ten thousand new cases a day for more. We're joined now by Dr Mary Jo Trepca professor and chair of the Department of Epidemiology at Florida. International University welcome Dr Hello. So Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration, said today that four out of five ICU, beds are occupied in the state. How dire is the situation in Florida right now? while. Florida has seen a sustained increase in the number of cases of covid nineteen. This has been going on for several weeks and it originally started with. Especially, younger people are median age was in the early thirties like about thirty three, or so and as time has gone on. We have seen an increase in the median age now at forty one, so the people who are becoming infected now are older, which is not so surprising. It seemed like some of the behavior of the younger people early on was fueling the transmission. Of course, young people are not lated, and it seems now that more older people have become infected. Older people are more likely to become hospitalized and also more likely to die of COVID nineteen, so we're seeing also more severe cases, and so yes, they. The hospitals right now are being strained here in Miami. Dade County hospitals, have. Canceled all elective procedures so that that's frees up of ventilators and also. Beds the hospitals have been able to keep up, but at great strain they can manage some more, but the really really are in a very difficult situation right now with the problem that being so much ICU, beds or ventilators, but also a shortage of trained staff You mentioned the behaviors of of younger people. Broward and Miami Dade County in South Florida. Have now put curfews into effect and limited private gatherings to ten people are those emergency orders going to slow the spread, or or do you feel like it's a little too late? They're not the first measures. A couple of weeks ago, the governor did close down the bars and that was very important. Then the other thing was into in here in South, Florida and Miami Dade County particular indoor dining was banned. Mandatory mass with fines. We are starting to see in south. Florida a slight decrease in the increase in the number of cases, so it seems like those measures are starting. Take effect. The problem is of course we're already at a very high level, and we're not at the peak yet, so it is going to be very challenging for hospitals to cope with all the cases I think there has been kind of a lack of a unified message, a State Wade and people are have been confused. That's one problem. Doctor I want to ask you more about those policy decisions on ABC yesterday. Yesterday Democratic Representative Donna Shalala blamed the situation in Florida on what she called a lack of leadership in the White House and the governor's office. Let's listen. They simply have not hit this with a hammer. which is what we needed to do and starve the virus. They open too soon and they miss. Understand what you need to do, or they understand it and they're not willing to do it. You alluded to this. The different messaging that people in Florida are receiving. How much of this current spike could have been avoided if the state had taken stronger action sooner? Yes I think one thing that happened after what was really kind of a very brief lockdown that people thought this was behind them when it wasn't in that behind them or not behind us, and so people were having graduation parties. Memorial Day was one big party and I think there. Was a lot of transmission that resulted from that least. That's sort of what the data would would would indicate and I think people need to understand that this is not the same thing as deciding to wear your seatbelt or not wear your seatbelt. It's not that we are only hurting ourselves because we're exposing ourselves to risk, but we heard everybody that we come in contact with because if I become infected and I don't even know that I'm infected I can expose other people around me. Even people who might be very vulnerable. The chain of transmission goes on and on and on and on each of us has to interrupt it now at this point. Let's Mary Jo trip. Cut Professor and chair of the Department of Epidemiology at Florida International University. Thank you so much, thank you. President trump gave an astonishing interview to Fox News Sunday, yesterday host Chris Wallace repeatedly. Challenging trump's false claims about cove nineteen, including that the US has the best death rate in the world does not, and then more testing is why there's been an explosion of cases, testing is up thirty seven percent well. I understand cases are up one hundred ninety four percent. It isn't just the testing has gone up. It's that the virus has fred. The positivity rate has increased. There are many. Many of those cases, young people that would heal in today. They have the sniffles and we put it down as a test. Of course, though sniff, lers are spreaders. The president also called Corona Virus Task Force member Dr Anthony Fauci a bit of an alarmist seeming tobacco Abed last week by White House Trade Adviser, Peter Navarro who blamed faculty for faults in fighting Covid nineteen and the new. York Times reported a strategy by the president and his team to shift fighting the virus over to states in order to deflect blame from trump, and said the White House was enabled by rosy projections from Task Force member Dr Deborah Burks. Let's bring in Margaret Talev Whitehouse in politics editor at axios Margaret. What's your sense of what's going on in the White House? Robin these three data points that you're pulling out right. The Chris Wallace Interview The New York. Times is reporting and the dynamic Goop Navarro. They're all of a piece and they fit together and it is. Situation where president trump is looking to kind of indemnified himself against blame for the massive, know human cost and economic cost of the pandemic. The Appear Navarre is very interesting. He's an aggressive Trade Hawk and anti-china. Rhetoric Titian policymaker. He's had the president's ear since the campaign, he's very controversial inside the White House and often he's tugging the president to the right, but interestingly enough in the case of the corona virus. It was Peter Navarro himself. We've reported who very early on like late January. February was privately trying to tell the president memos. Look out. You have to take this thing seriously. It could result in the loss of one million, maybe two million American lives. If we don't take the seriously publicly He was not as clear about those concerns at all, but privately that was the message he was giving the president himself. Brushing it off now to see these. These tables turn, and Navarro going after Foudy has been very interesting and people say. Why does the president allow them to do this? The president sort of publicly goaded into distancing himself and saying well, that was just one person speaking. He shouldn't have been doing that up, but the fact of the matter is that this is not the first time Peter Navarro has done something, controversial or kind of gone off script. The president likes having him around. He'd likes.
"dr mary jo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Children. US is heading in the Fourth of July weekend, with many parades and fireworks displays canceled on beaches closed. There's a doctor bad. Heinz at Tucson Medical Center, says the entire state needs to be shut down for a least a month. More than just closing the bar needs. It needs some kind of lock it down, probably for good 30 days, maybe 45 days. See where things are at what and then decompressed and reduce the demand on critical chair in Florida, a virus expert in one of the nation's hardest hit states. Dr Mary Jo Traffic at Florida International University, says she thinks it's going to be a very Difficult situation for atleast a month. She's especially concerned about fourth of July parties, saying people's behavior will be critical this weekend. She's urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating in groups correspondent Jackie Quinn, with confirmed cases climbing and 40 states governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public. North Korea's reiterating it has no media Plast resume nuclear negotiations with the U. S. Unless Washington discards what it describes his hostile policies towards Pyongyang. This's townhall dot com Visited New York truck stop radio Lately. We're opening here for you, especially in these uncertain times, Join Arthur on Zach Miller and guests as they discussed transportation, commerce and the bottom line Saturday afternoons at one on AM 9 70 he answer Kaiser is off the chain. Everything is in one place for you. Your X ray will be done there. The doctor will see you there. The labs are there for you. And then the nurses that work with you, Kaiser. They make you feel so at home. They're there to meet you. I wouldn't be alive today. If I had not had. I feel really, really great knowing. Is the place that I could go to make sure that I can maintain good health. Every medical case is unique to one of the chef's sweetbread from Maryland to thoroughly if I do 57 57 A white Michigan couple faces criminal charges after one of them pulled a handgun and a black family at a confrontation that was captured on cell phone video. Eric and Gillian Westerberg were arrested after Wednesday night's confrontation outside of Napoleon Orion Township and charge on Thursday with Polonius assault two week a Hill, who's Black, told the Detroit News. The confrontation happened after the white woman bumped into hills teenage daughter as they were entering the fast food restaurant in video posted online. The women can be seen arguing And after someone steps behind the worst inverse vehicle, Julian Westerberg jumps out and points a handgun in the direction of a person who's recording screaming for people to get away from her and the car. Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard says the couple both have concealed pistol licenses but had to turn over all firearms is a condition of being released on bond. After the video surfaced. Eric Wilson Berg was fired from his job at Oakland University near Detroit. I'm Jennifer King breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. When Major League baseball team is considering a name change that pressure. The Cleveland Indians are reviewing the contentious nickname they've embraced since 1905 saying they're committed to making a positive impact in their community and embraced their responsibility to advance social justice and equality. The move mirrors one by the NFL's Washington Redskins, who say they're embarking on a thorough review of their name. In 2018. The Indians remove their chief Wahoo logo from caps and jerseys worn by the team. Red faced mascot, however, remains on some team merchandise. Rhonda Rocks to reporting Earlier this week, the NFL decided to shorten its preseason from four weeks to to to account for the Corona virus. But the NFL players still think that movement far enough ESPN reports that NFL Players Association board has voted unanimously to recommend scrapping all 2020 preseason games. It's unclear whether the league will consider the players recommendation. For these stories, a townhall dot com Patrick Pause. Every Saturday morning at seven. The auto lab, the longest running auto show in New York City, can be heard for a full two hours. Post Professor Harold Wall, chalking a diverse panel of automotive experts will answer all your basic automotive questions and fill you in on the history and culture.
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"Com slash radio hs dot com. Josh Radio Service fees, limitations and exclusions apply. C plan for details wins news Time. 8 46 The Centers for Disease Control now projecting nearly 148,000 Corona virus deaths in the U. S before July is out. The pandemic continues to spike across the South and West this fourth of July weekend with a record breaking 52,000 new cases reported yesterday alone. Health experts and other officials are warning Americans to celebrate the fourth with caution as correspondent Jackie Quinn reports with 40 of the 50 states now seeing an increase in Corona virus infections. Epidemiologist Dr Mary Jo Trepca at Florida International University, says she's especially concerned about fourth of July parties urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating in groups. Similar advice is coming from Vice President Mike Pence who visited Florida. Yes. Today. Wash your hands practice. Good hygiene were a mask this fourth of July. Many public beaches are closed to prevent big crowds. Fireworks have been canceled, although they're on in the nation's capital. The virus continues to tighten its grip on Florida, where an 11 year old boy is now the youngest person to die of covert 19 in that state. Florida is now averaging mohr new infections per day than any other states, including 10,000 additional cases yesterday and almost as many again today, while Florida governor Rhonda Santa's continues to resist reimposing locked down measures. Some communities are taking action themselves. Many South Florida beaches have already been closed for the fourth and a new overnight curfew goes into effect United 10 in some areas, Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber insists curfews work at containing the virus. The advantage of a mandatory order is people begin to comply the moment it's mandatory. Everybody has people in their lives who follow rules, so they're immediately going to get a lot of complaints, and we've seen a lot of compliance from our resident. Situation just about a serious in Texas, where facemasks became the law of the land in most of the state today, something Texas governor Greg Abbott had been resisting until now, correspondent Lucy Cavanaugh has more from Houston. It's now required to wear them. If you live in a county that has 20 or more cases that applies to roughly 95% of all of Texans, this does come state continues to see a surgeon cases yesterday, nearly eight 1000 new Corona virus cases. Hospitalizations are also up more than 7300 people in the hospital. That's putting a strain on facilities and people are worried that as we go into the sport of July weekend, despite these new restrictions, we could still see cases continue to rise. We're faring much better now.
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"Projecting nearly 148,000 Corona virus deaths before this month, comes to an end here in the U. S. The pandemic continues to spike across the south and west just in time for the fourth of July weekend with a record breaking 53,000 new cases reported yesterday alone. Rapidly filling hospital beds ring being reported in some hot spots. Health experts and other officials are warning Americans to celebrate the fourth with caution as correspondent Jackie Quinn reports with 40 of the 50 states now seeing an increase in Corona virus infections. Epidemiologist Dr Mary Jo Trepca at Florida International University, says she's especially concerned about fourth of July parties urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating in groups similar advices. Coming from Vice President Mike Pence, who visited Florida yesterday. Wash your hands practice. Good hygiene were a mask this fourth of July. Many public beaches are closed to prevent big crowds. Fireworks have been canceled, although they're on in the nation's capital. In Florida had 11 year old boy has died of covert 19 the youngest victim in that state. The virus continues to tighten its grip in Florida, which is now averaging more than more new infections per day. That is than any other state, including 10,000 additional cases yesterday alone and almost as many again today, while Florida governor Rhonda Santa's continues to resist reimposing locked down measures to slow the spread of the virus. Some mayors air taking drastic action. A new overnight curfew goes into effect tonight at 10 in parts of South Florida, affecting casinos, movie theaters and other entertainment venues. Miami Beach married Dan Gelber. The advantage of a mandatory order is people begin to comply the moment it's mandatory. Everybody has people in their lives who follow rules, so they're immediately going to get a lot of complaints, and we've seen a lot of compliance from our residents. Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez, meanwhile, says he hopes the curfew will lead people to stop hanging out in groups, which is helping to spread the virus. Any sights, staffing shortages of area hospitals. Meanwhile, in Texas facemasks became the land law of the land in most of the state today, something Texas governor Greg Abbott had been resisting. Until now. Correspondent Lucy Cavanaugh has more from Houston Zits now required to wear them. If you live in the county that has 20 or more cases that applies to roughly 95% of all of Texans, this does come in state continues to see a surgeon cases yesterday. Nearly eight 1000 new Corona virus cases. Hospitalizations are also up more than 7300 people in the hospital. That's putting a strain on facilities and people are worried that as we go into the sport of July weekend, despite these new restrictions, we could still see cases continue to rise. Now, although New York.
"dr mary jo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Mount Rushmore fireworks returning about Rushmore for the first time in a decade. There are some concerns. Health experts worry about the Corona virus risk because South Dakota's governor says social distancing will not be required and mass will be optional. Florida expert on virus outbreak says she's concerned that Fourth of July activities will make the situation even worse virus expert in one of the nation's hardest hit states, Dr Mary Jo Trepca at Florida International University, since she thinks it's going to be a very difficult situation for atleast a month. She's especially concerned about fourth of July parties, saying people's behavior will be critical this weekend. She's urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating in groups. That is correspondent Jackie Quite more than 52,000 new infections reported nationwide yesterday. That's another record. Also a townhall dot com A number of U. S. Lawmakers condemning China's new national security law for Hong Kong Capitol Hill correspondent Bob Agnew report. Senator Tom Cotton says what's happening in Hong Kong amounts to a tragedy a crime? An affront to the civilized world with global implications, Cotton says they're largely going on notice because of covert 19 and domestic tensions, capturing the daily headlines. We may look back in the near future. And view this moment in Hong Kong as the single biggest moment of the year, accusing China of using the covert 19 pandemic has cover for what he calls its crimes against Hong Kong. Buying. NEW Washington. A 4.9 magnitude earthquake has just struck southwest of Puerto Rico. There were no reported casualties. The quake Was felt across the U. S territory and is just the latest in the series of tremors that began in late December, and it has destroyed hundreds of homes were all these stories at townhall dot com. We thank the pain relief. It's natural pain relief that works and pain relief that attacks the source ofthe the pain..
"dr mary jo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"RV dealer or eco RV dot com Now the tent and win Zach you weather four day forecast Here's meteorologist Dave Dombeck. What we've got. Ah, hot, humid afternoon coming up here. Partly sunny skies on average Right now Toe. It's pretty quiet across most of the tri state area. The thunderstorms are beginning to show up now in parts of Massachusetts, Connecticut, also a couple of showers and thunderstorms now popping up in the middle. Hudson Valley. Ah, and we are looking at a pretty active period coming up in a near the city here from Let's say about four PM to about nine or 10 p.m. This evening. That is going to be our active period, with some thunderstorms around some of those heavy, some drenching downpours. Frequent lightning, even some strong, gusty may be damaging wind gusts during that period. Temperatures this afternoon topping off right around 90. The accurate a real field temperatures in the low to mid nineties. Then for later tonight, things settling down rather, cloudy kind of humid down to 68 for Independence Day. Not a bad day, not his hot Nora's humanist Today well of clouds and sunshine. The high 84 Sunday a partly sunny day, a little bit warmer, up close to 90 89. And very similar on Monday. There could be a late day shower thunderstorm currently in Central Park, 87 partly sunny humidity 49%. The Windsor northeast at seven miles per hour. Repeating the current temperature 87 is going up to 90 in midtown. A meteorologist Dave Dombeck, on New York's Weather Station, 10 10 wins. Wins NEWS time. 12 34 As we enter the holiday weekend, a warning about how one might celebrate 40 of the 50 states now seeing an increase in Corona virus infections. Epidemiologist Dr Mary Jo Trepca at Florida International University says she's especially concerned.
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"States now seeing an increase in Corona virus infections. Epidemiologist Dr Mary Jo Trepca at Florida International University says she's especially concerned about fourth of July parties urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating in groups. Similar advice is coming from Vice President Mike Pence, who visited Florida yesterday. Wash your hand. His practice. Good hygiene were a mask this fourth of July. Many public beaches are closed to prevent big crowds. Fireworks have been canceled, although they're on in the nation's capital. Even the Nathan's famous Fourth of July International hot Dog eating Contest will be held in a private location to keep Spectators off the Coney Island Boardwalk. I'm Jackie Quinn, President Trump's thinks that a recent spike in reported Corona virus infections in this country is a good thing. Correspondent Bob Constantini explains. The president is dismissing the record number in positive Corona virus cases that prompted new restrictions in California, Texas and Florida, among others. Around midnight, he tweeted there's a rise in Corona virus cases because our testing is so massive and so good for bigger and better than any other country. This is great news, but even better news is that death and the death rate is down. Also younger people who get better, much easier and faster. At a house hearing yesterday. The admiral, the president appointed to oversee testing, told lawmakers while the more you test, the more you uncover, we quote do believe this is a really increase. Puerto Rico is ready to impose stringent covert 19 rules on tourists Governor One day Vasquez says she'll sign an executive order that, among other things, will require visitors to provide proof of a negative test result within 72 hours of arrival. If you can't you'll need to quarantine. The order also requires face coverings in social distancing at the airports. The rules take effect July 15th. The NFL is reportedly in discussions to respond to nationwide protests over racial inequality and police brutality. By planning to play the black national anthem. Reports say Lift every voice and sing would be performed live or played before The Star Spangled Banner in every game in week one of the NFL season. This will begin with the nationally televised first game of the season September 10th when the defending Super Bowl champs, the Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans. Lift every voice and sing was first written as a poem by James Welded. Johnson and his brother, John Rosamund Johnson, set the poem to.
"dr mary jo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Well and your Hold on Hold. Hold on there. Hold on there. J. I think you have you have you get real close? You have to be really courteous. You know who the first part I ever played golf with who brought a speaker and start playing loud music. Oh, my God. What? Some ourselves Connecting three weeks doing this. Helen is not playing at all. It was not Abraham the greatest moment of my career. Go ahead, side. Know who Who was it? I don't know. Ross Betsy Ross piece, but Buddha judge said he doesn't like music when he plays he likes to play. Okay. You want to go back into the royal afternoon? 4 to 6 on NewsRadio, K O. B. J. LBJ NEWS Time. 7 30 Good morning, I'm Robert would topping Austin's news of virus expert in one of the nation's hardest hit states. Is urging people to be cautious this fourth of July holiday, with 40 of the 50 states now seeing an increase in Corona virus infections. Epidemiologist Dr Mary Jo Trepca at Florida International University says she's especially concerned about fourth of July parties urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating in groups. Similar advice is coming from Vice President Mike Pence, who visited Florida yesterday. Wash your hands practice. Good hygiene were a mask this fourth of July. Many public beaches are closed to prevent big crowds. Fireworks have been canceled, although they're on in the nation's capital. Even the Nathan's famous Fourth of July International hot Dog eating contest will be held in a private location to keep Spectators off the Coney Island boardwalk. I'm Jackie Quinn starting in noon today. Governor Greg Abbott. Statewide face mask requirement takes effect. It requires people in counties with 20 or more active code 19 cases to wear a face covering in public. Austin's police officers, for the most part, will no longer.
"dr mary jo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Tonight's fireworks show at Mount Rushmore can have a tremendous evening. It's going to be a fireworks. Display like few people have seen. It's going to be very exciting going to be beautiful fireworks making returned to Mt. Rushmore for the first time in a decade. Health experts worry about the Corona virus risk because South Dakota's governor says social distancing will not be required and masts will be optional. There's also a wildfire concern, probably use of fireworks at the site. A Florida expert on virus outbreaks, so she's concerned that Fourth of July activities will make the situation even worse. Virus expert in one of the nation's hardest hit states, Dr Mary Jo Trepca at Florida International University, says she thinks it's going to be a very difficult situation for atleast a month. She's especially concerned about fourth of July parties, saying people's behavior will be critical this weekend. She's urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating. Groups corresponding Jackie Quinn. More than 52,000 new infections reported a nationwide yesterday another record Texas now among states, requiring the wearing of masks in public. Bash on orders from Governor Greg Abbott. With a positivity rate. Now 14% of those testing positive, recover 19. We know that we cannot continue with those metrics and continue to open up businesses in Texas, the governor speaking on TV. The order applies to those in counties with more than 20 corona virus cases. Federal officials suggest airlines consider limiting capacity on planes to promote social distancing, but they are not mandating that step. American Airlines joined United.
"dr mary jo" Discussed on AP News
"Virus Update. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News Minute confirmed Corona virus cases are rising in 40 of the 50 states. You may have heard this is because Maura people are getting tested. Infectious disease specialist Dr Peter Jin Hong at UC San Francisco says. If you Except that more people getting tested. Your positivity rate should actually be stable at the best on actually go down because you'd expect that more worried. Well, we'll probably get tested, but the fact that it's going up shows that a high proportion of a general population Eyes student to be positive, suggesting that it's the true increase. Thousands celebrating the July 4th holiday gathered to hear President Trump speak of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota today, South Dakota's Republican governor said this week and none of the thousands gathered near the monument will be forced to either socially distance or where masks Health officials worry that could lead to a virus surge. AP correspondent Sagar Mahogany I'm Rita Foley, a virus expert in one of the nation's hardest hit states is urging people to be cautious this fourth of July holiday, with 40 of the 50 states now seeing an increase in Corona virus infections. Epidemiologist Dr Mary Jo Trepca at Florida International University says she's especially concerned about fourth of July parties urging everyone to Wear masks and avoid congregating in groups. Similar advice is coming from Vice President Mike Pence, who visited Florida yesterday. Wash your hands practice. Good hygiene were a mask this fourth of July. Many public beaches are closed to prevent big crowds. Fireworks have been canceled, although they're on in the nation's capital. Even the Nathan's famous Fourth of July International hot Dog eating contest will be held in a private location to keep Spectators off the Coney Island boardwalk. I'm Jackie Quinn. Thiss is AP News I'm Rita Fall away President Trump against his July 4th holiday weekend today with a fireworks display a Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Thousands of people have been invited. No masks.
"dr mary jo" Discussed on AP News
"But Rhys expert in one of the nation's hardest hit states is urging people to be cautious July 4 holiday with 40 of the 50 states now seeing an increase in corona virus infections epidemiologist Dr Mary Jo trapped at Florida International University says she's especially concerned July 4 parties urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating in groups similar advice is coming from vice president Mike pence who visited Florida yesterday wash your hands practice good hygiene wear a mask July 4 many public beaches are closed to prevent big crowds fireworks have been canceled although there on in the nation's capital even the Nathan's July 4 international hot dog eating contest will be held in a private location to keep spectators off the Coney Island boardwalk hi Jackie Quinn
From big cities to backyards, July 4 not usual blowout bash
"But Rhys expert in one of the nation's hardest hit states is urging people to be cautious this fourth of July holiday with forty of the fifty states now seeing an increase in corona virus infections epidemiologist Dr Mary Jo trapped at Florida International University says she's especially concerned about fourth of July parties urging everyone to wear masks and avoid congregating in groups similar advice is coming from vice president Mike pence who visited Florida yesterday wash your hands practice good hygiene wear a mask this fourth of July many public beaches are closed to prevent big crowds fireworks have been canceled although there on in the nation's capital even the Nathan's famous fourth of July international hot dog eating contest will be held in a private location to keep spectators off the Coney Island boardwalk hi Jackie Quinn
"dr mary jo" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening
"Season two episode seven conscious Entrepreneurship Laurie One you are listening to mindful living spiritual awakening because when you change consigned everything outside changes. I am Dr Mary Jo I help people live more mindfully and support them in their spiritual awakening through this work people discover manny benefits and developed deeper relationships especially with their own self without being selfish. There is a way more and more I see many people that have unusual experiences that you'll know what to do our how to think about their experience. You can find me that Mary Jo Polio Dot Com. Hello everyone and welcome to season two episode seven conscious entrepreneurship many who listens to this podcast are in service to others I get emails and talk to people who are offering their talents and services and see their way to making a viable living from what they love to do. There are so many movements afoot put to be more conscious in our work and our life so I some definitions and keep in mind these are commonly used terms so there's no one definition I want to begin with actually a definition of social entrepreneurship a social entrepreneur can be defined as quote a person who pursues novel applications that have the potential to solve community community based problems. These individuals are willing to take on the risk and effort to create positive changes in society through their initiatives and cloak and that's from a website called invested Pedia an article called social entrepreneur by Kenton from the website online college dot Org. We have this entry quote while it is admirable to build a successful business of any kind some entrepreneurs do more than just make a profit from the fruits of their labor some actually help others bringing resources opportunities training and other assets to those who need them most the social entrepreneurs use their know-how and business savvy to make the world a better place combining a traditional business model with a pressing social mission in ways that have been helping to make big changes in places around the world for decades and quote and that's from an article called the ten greatest social entrepreneurs of all time. What does it mean to be conscious conscious entrepreneur? I this is not limited to entrepreneurship. You can be a conscious leader a conscious employee manager and more it isn't endeavor in raising your own consciousness raising your own awareness as well as your meditation and Mindfulness Practices can influence not just your own point of view but also decisions that you make it can influence conversations with leaders and Co workers to raise awareness about the impacts of our efforts and decisions that affect not just clients consumers and stakeholders but also the environment community social policies policies the culture and economy of many groups and nations with climate science. It's becoming more obvious in a way that decisions made in one area of the world can have an impact on many other areas nations and people large and small efforts are important conscious. Entrepreneurs may have in their intention to address social causes and similar efforts. It's it's kind of like a ven diagram right. They overlap it would likely be a part of the mission statement of an organization.
"dr mary jo" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"He did it again. They said, they're fine. And thanks to Mary. Jo we flew here in sauce specialists. Finally for years later. They check to the lake and found out that, you know, the Audrey comes down to the bridges to three arteries, two of them were blocked, and the doctor said those doctors crazy because one of them is congenital it's been blocked since birth. And even though you a football player. That's probably why your ankle finally cracked it wasn't getting enough blood. So they repaired the arteries, and then Dr wine filled at at the house Bill at Mount Sinai went in and they took all the old metal out of his ankle eight pins middle pins and a metal plate and he's doing great. But this lady found all the great doctors for us, and she has helped baby him and take care of him and helped me a welcome. She's the the the doctor for the stars Dr Mary Jo demilio because you know, why this human being beliefs in her oath. She believes that in order to have a cure. You have to fund the cause. Okay. And that you don't throw out the baby with the bathwater. And I think doctors whether it's medicine or politics are show business in many cases, the system's broken, and we gotta get back those who can of us and fight to fix those systems for that next generation coming up. Well, we always need to doctor. You do right? Yeah. That's who of us can benefit. So we're now jumping back to the play one of my favorites that you named what was it like working with John Carradine? Oh my gosh. He was incredible. He was magnificent. He had a gift from the universe. I mean when this man spit on stage, he spit like a country pharma when he walked he walked like a country pharma. And he was very gracious. And he was a great Shakespearian actor we had on the show. Yeah. His daddy. Yeah. David steady. I did a picture with David macho Callahan. And I know I know Keith and their father was truly one of the greatest Shakespeare actress of all time and to to begin your career by working with someone that loves the theater so much and has such respect and honor for it is a great lesson for young artist. It makes you appreciate the gift in yourself and fight to make it as good as possible. Old were you when he saw you for the first time, and there's a story in the book about you walking through a certain walk. And he was playing about the way you walked he said L K in this walk. You have to show me that you are jeeter listers illegitimate daughter. So the first time I was using the. You know, the. The charm. School's walk. Okay. He said, no, no, no. I don't what you walk in like a model. I did it again. He said, no you walking like a clot hop a country girl, you Abon with an elegance in you that can only be seen through your walk. So I thought for a few minutes took my time. And I did the walk third time. He said, oh my God. You've got it. You've got it. You did it. He went nuts. Perfect. And then the other young lady had auditioned up there. He apologised having both of his audition in front of each other. So then she went second to do it, and she panicked. She panicked and I learned a lesson right then. And there no matter what happens in life, right wrong, don't ever panic. And if you all panicking, don't let anybody know it and she pays the huddle. I'm sure I know what you mean. I don't I don't know if I can do this..
"dr mary jo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All about scumbag lay everything in malika what happened wait a minute go wrong well i'll tell you what happened and this is what's very interesting about it bill is take kennedy passed the you know supported and pass the nine hundred sixty five immigration and nationality act which said like oh well you know we're not bringing in enough people from the third world so let's import all these people from these downtrodden countries and it was interesting so they listen think about that bill the data's nineteen sixty five just as black americans are finally getting their civil rights right there just like the door is just opening a little crack right and african americans are starting to get job opportunity like barely right but it's just starting in one thousand nine hundred eighty five right they're finally starting to rise and and what are the democrats do they pass the immigration and nationality act that floods america with cheap labor now do you think those two things are connected of no no jail time he is the person who okay alcohol problem and yes he did dr mary jo over man i just wanna make sure we're talking about the same scumbag drunk okay you're welcome bell thank you so much all right we're going to go to break i want to hear from you ice is that a good idea i set the the biggest thing they democrats are bringing to the table i mean we're not this and this is all we're talking about we've got lows of other things to talk about in the political realm and yet we're stuck talking about this because we have to address the fact that they're saying these dangerous irresponsible things i'm really defranco's filling in for dan rae six hundred seven two five four ten thirty one to hear from you after the break nightside with dan rae the news watch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty what did you do with it did you put it in the basement maybe it's in your nephews apartment what did you do with.