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"dr melendez" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Oxygen requiring more treatments widely, the answer is our underlying state even compared to other border areas is probably sick. Doctor You. tweeted out. That you talk or you said you always you often talk about states that are struggling. And, you're talking about New York as a success story to sixty seven, thousand tests today about six hundred, seventy cases day one percent positivity rate. This is South Korea level and it's awesome transmission levels. So Low New York can with proper precautions, open schools safely explain to me why that's working so well now. Allie thank you for having me on New York obviously went through an extremely difficult time in March in April into may but here's a couple things that they did a during that time. They really ramped up testing they've been extraordinary capacity to do testing. And they opened up very slowly and carefully into June and so while. Arizona and Texas and Florida opened up to aggressively in far too much a New York didn't and new. York has been much more methodical and there's been a payoff at and what the payoff is is we're seeing one of the lowest number of cases per population in the country. percent, positive on tests of one percent puts it only a couple of states that are in the same level in their basically Vermont and. May. A bit New Yorkers outshining pretty much every other medium or large state in the country, and when you've community transmission that is that low, it gives you a window to open up school safely. You still have to work on, you know making sure the schools are have good ventilation and there's plenty of open space and and all of that. It doesn't it doesn't mean can automatically. But it certainly gives you a window of opportunity that almost no other state in the country -at's. Dr Belinda. Does any of this. Give you any hope you have put pressure on your own governor to say, you could see the road things were going down not just in Texas, but in dog Oh county in the Rio Grande Valley, do you have some hope that after looking at these examples of things that can work that somehow there's there's more help coming to you. You out up, you can never lose hope. So I always have hope those field once we lose hope. High can be a source of strength for our patients document make some excellent excellent comments that out of you. Are Testing has been traditionally underserved although it's notably improving our. Ability to control social mobility and social isolation has been greatly hindered. Not only because of A. Support trauma, our state government but also because our population, the average age is twenty, nine years of age, which is an age you're extremely hungry. Be Out and about saw hope that I have and let me let me. Just say that I agree one hundred percent of what New York did. Compared to what we're trying to do but I agree one hundred percent that even in these. Extremely difficult times in our county because we're seeing less people coming in. Even though it's still a tremendous amount of people because her death rates are still high, there aren't improving because the state government has given us for a military human resources to help because we just opened up an additional treatment centre and because we've had focus up to five thousand people day that are being tested with the assistance of the federal government. Yes there is hope there's absolutely. While we continue to wish. For an improvement in your situation Dr. Melendez thank you for being with us Dr John Good to see you again. Thank you. For joining US tonight Dr Issues is with Harvard Global Health, institute Dr Melendez's with Texas Health Authority coming up tonight's Breaking News The New York Times is reporting tonight that bank has complied with a subpoena for Donald Trump's financial records from the Manhattan district attorney Cyrus vets. Andrew Weisman former senior member of special counsel. Robert. Mueller's investigative team and Tim O'Brien will join us next. Choose to go to the mall and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are hard. I'm Chuck Rosenberg on my podcast the oath I speak with those who sacrificed for the common good who do things because they are hard this week flight fifteen, forty, nine pilot Captain Sully Sellin. Burger to know that we had been in the.
"dr melendez" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"The griffins club is a new book that takes you pass the gilded gates of mar-a-lago revealing the impropriety intrigue and absurdity on display in the place where president trump is at his most relaxed based on reporting done for the. MIAMI. Herald. Sarah laskey Nicholas Nemesis Caitlyn Ostrov, and Jay Weaver give us a behind the scenes look at the pivotal moments that have happened in its halls and the charlatans tycoons who peddle influence among the world's most powerful leaders. Carl Hiaasen called the book illuminating funny and often outrageous with new reporting on suspected Chinese espionage national security lapses and the trump organization finances the. Club, is the must read book of the summer. It's available now in hardcover e book and Audiobook from Public Affairs visit www dot public affairs books, Dot Com. Now it's time for the last word with Lawrence, O'Donnell good evening Lawrence O'Reilly but I'll take it. I've been called Worse Rachel was a remarkable interview. So good. You can't. Work from home and I couldn't see you in. So I didn't know I thought I thought you were alerts tonight I'm very very sorry. Excuse me. It's all good. And that was a remarkably interesting interview with the ambassador and the other point that you made a little earlier ago and I, appreciate that you did it talking about the deutchebanks story. We talked about Deutsche Bank. It could become numbing to people that don't really get where it fits in but but you reminded us that we have learned something tonight that we did not know, and that is this bank that has been loaning donald trump money against the advice of its own people for twenty years I actually got the peanut. This wasn't just another investigation into why they had this cushy relationship with Donald Trump. This Bank had information subpoenaed a year ago and they have been cooperating with the with the district attorney. So that's remarkable. Yeah and this I mean there's a lot of intervention of. We've had so much of interest in terms of fighting those subpoenas but for him to for us to nail learn that bank received a subpoena they complied in that information is the hands of prosecutors. That's a whole new ballgame. That is something that is absolutely new sandals and it's just. Important stuff anyway thank you. Thank you. Good to see I. Agree. Well, thank you for doing that and have yourself grade evening Rachel. Thanks. Donald Trump's crow virus comments. Now come with a disclaimer. This misinformation could be harmful to your health that's not me talking that's facebook which rarely steps in to impose standards on trump, but even facebook decided that Donald. Trump's false claims about children and the virus are dangerous today for the first time facebook removed a video that Donald Trump posted saying that children are immune from corona virus which facebook classified as harmful coverted misinformation that harmful misinformation is the cornerstone of Donald. Trump's repeated push to open schools even though more children are testing positive for coronavirus shortly after returning to in person school and even though a new study found quote higher rates of Corona virus infection amongst minority socio economically disadvantaged children. By the way it's poor children who are the most hurt by being out of school because they are the least likely to have adequate technology at home to fully participate in remote learning and Donald Trump says schools should open even without teachers. I think the teachers are different story and teachers at a certain age group. I think they shouldn't be going in and probably they're going to have to wait till the thing goes by. They'll have to wait it will go by. Well. We know the Donald. Trump doesn't have a plan to help schools reopened safely and he hasn't thought about it beyond what he thinks will help him politically, which is to wish the pandemic away. My view, the school should open this thing's going away. It will go away like things go away. The virus this thing's going away, go away like things do by tumbling Jesus. Next to me reality. It's going away now it'll go away things go away. Absolutely. That's. My mind it will go. Frequently sooner rather than later. That sounds familiar. It's because it is donald trump has repeated a version of that lie every month since February. It's going to disappear one day. It's like a miracle it will disappear it will go away. This is going away. This is going to go away without a vaccine. It's going away I said, it's going to disappear I'll say it again but to going to disinfectant. Thankfully we have Dr Faucher who today gave us this assessment of what we must do as a country. We had the kind of response that was not as well suited to what the dynamics of this outbreak is. What we've seen is a great disparity in how individual states cities. Responded as long as you have any member of society, any demographic group WHO's not seriously trying to get to the end game of suppressing this, it will continue to smoulder and smolder and smolder, and that will be the reason why in a non unified way we've plateaued at an unacceptable level. As of tonight, the United States has over four point eight million confirmed cases of Corona virus in the United States has suffered one hundred and fifty, nine, thousand, two, hundred and fifteen deaths from corona virus with fourteen hundred one deaths reported just today. New cases are increasing in twelve states and Puerto Rico. New Deaths are increasing in twenty six states and Puerto Rico a split picture is emerging of Corona virus in America in some places like new. York. There's a delicate lo thanks to early containment and yet in other states, thousands are still facing the worst of this. Pandemic and trapped by the politicisation of science as embodied by Republican leaders and president trump. We're GONNA discuss both sides of this tonight Dr Sheesh. We'll tell us about New, York, which is currently on par with what successful European and Asian countries have done, and we will also get the crucial perspective of Dr Yvonne. MELENDEZ. US devastating reality of the dire hotspot of Hidalgo County in Texas the population in Hidalgo County, is ninety percent Hispanic or Latino in July. Alone, Hidalgo County reported more than six hundred deaths more than the Houston area, which is five times the size. More, than eighty, five percent of all corona virus deaths in Hidalgo county have been announced since the start of July just thirty six days ago. Joining us now doctor she's Java Director of the Harvard Global Health Institute and Dr Yvonne Melendez. The Hidalgo County Texas Health, authority thank you both of you for being here. Dr Melendez. I'd say it's good to speak to you accept every time we speak it's about tragedy you have been tried to explain to our viewers why things are as bad as they are in Hidalgo county much worse than other places in Texas, making up where disproportionate number of the illnesses and the deaths in Texas what's the situation? Situation has but numerically, perhaps may shine a light of hope however. As, you know this tragedy behind each number and the reality of it is is that still a vast majority of the patients are admitted to our hospitals. Have, a negative consequences. We still have a tremendous amount of deaths. We still have our hospitals, our full our ICU's full, our numbers and deaths haven't dramatically decrease and our utilization rates have not medically decrease. So from our perspective, our things better I think they are slightly better, but they still a extremely painful extremely busy. Absolutely, this is far from over Nidal County. Thus talk about how dog go county it's you describe it as medically sophisticated has fifteen hundred doctors, fourteen hospitals. And yet the results. The numbers we're talking about from county are worse than other border towns like Brownsville, Paso, Corpus Christi, and Laredo why. Is. That So few. That's such. A very good question. Thank you for asking its when we asked ourselves almost every day and you say which everybody is heard that Melody Skype Retention Market Obesity. One or two always in poverty for Catholic the border of incident population distribution. You don't have all the I guess the ingredients for perfect storm. But the real question is, why is it that the most sophisticated? Medical community south of San Antonio where you have a lying excellent hostile infrastructure. Why is it that when you compare ourselves to other border places like perhaps Brownsville apostle close to Corpus Christi why our numbers? Worse. And I tend to believe is because our population are pre morbid state was sick. Most of the people that were seeing arrived with the hospital, which by the way, the majority of people are dying either in the hospital or nursing homes they arrived very very, very sick and when you look at other words, communities say areas for example, close to like CEO Paschel they're blessed with VA system at Fort. Bliss one of the largest military citizen, the world in. So their family members, people, they're not some access. During regular is our area unfortunately with a forty to forty five percent under insured for one hundred. Start? Off. Really. Sit by the time they arrived to the hospital. We see continuous trend of most people. Getting worse requiring more.
"dr melendez" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The hurricane season. It. It's almost the exact same map as the states that are most of all with a hurricane. So it's Florida. It's Texas, Louisiana. It's North Carolina. Those are the states that are getting hit hardest by the Surgeon Cove it and those are also the states that are having the biggest problem with their hospitals being at or near capacity. So the problem you're going to end up with is you may not have enough beds. But really an almost bigger problem is medical personnel and the FEMA administrator testified about this in Congress on Friday, and the Washington Post had a story about it yesterday. The rial issue is that there just aren't enough medical personnel out there. And because the Corona virus is a national disaster. That's going to prevent states from sending their medical personnel from, say, New York to Florida because everyone needs their medical personnel, so this sort of mutual aid It has been a hallmark of disaster response in this country for decades is not going to be available the way it's traditionally been, and and that's going to create rials shortages. You know you're going to talk about eliminating a lot of, you know, elective procedures that's already happening in places like Texas. We've been through that here here in New York, and we are opening up again. But I understand the point. I mean, this is you know, the one of the high points of hurricane season s O Things need to be considered here. I just want to get rid of them before we had we go. We have about a minute left in this segment. Is that Governor Abbott doing anything specific to prepare for the rest of the hurricane season right now that we got a minute left Yeah. I mean, I really do think that like this first hurricane you know of the season, you know, will kind of, you know, be ableto Look at down the line, you know, to see Kind of what one? Well, what didn't work and stuff And I think I like working with the local government. You know, I think I have it supposed to be coming down to the valley today to meet with local officials to see what else is needed and stuff. So I believe that will be some of the conversation. You know, to see how You better prepare or how to prepare, you know, more like in the future. Should there be another hurricane as we continue to deal, you know, with the surge of covert 19 cases, Lasagnas Junior is a reporter covering immigration and the U. S. Mexico border for Texas Public Radio, and Tom Frank is a climate impacts Reporter at E and E news. Thanks to you both. Thank you. Thanks for having me on. Thanks to Renaldo for that audio of Dr Melendez. We heard of top of the segment as well..
"dr melendez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The hurricane season. It's It's almost the exact same map of the states that are most of all with a hurricane. So it's Florida. It's Texas. It's Louisiana. It's North Carolina. Those of the states that are getting hit hardest by the Surgeon Cove it and those are also the states that are having the biggest problem with their hospitals being at or near capacity. So the problem you're going to end up with is you may not have enough beds. But really An almost bigger problem is medical personnel and the FEMA administrator testified about this in Congress on Friday, and the Washington Post had a story about it yesterday. That the re Elish you is there just aren't enough medical personnel out there and because the Corona virus is a national disaster. That's going to prevent states from sending their medical personnel from, say, New York to Florida because everyone needs their medical personnel, so this sort of mutual aid It has been a hallmark of disaster response in this country for decades is not going to be available the way it's traditionally been, and and that's going to create rials shortages. You know you're going to talk about eliminating a lot of, you know, elective procedures that's already happening in places like Texas. We've been through that here here in New York, and we are opening up again. But I understand the point. I mean, this is, you know, the one of the high points of hurricane season. S o. Things need to be considered here. I just want to get written, although before we had we go. We have about a minute left in this segment. Is that Governor Abbott doing anything specific to prepare for the rest of the hurricane season right now that we got a minute left Yeah. I mean, I really do think that like this first hurricane, you know of the season, you know? Well, kind of, you know, be ableto look at down line, you know, to see kind of what went well, what didn't work and stuff And I think I like working with the local government. You know, I think I have it supposed to be coming down to the valley today to meet with local officials to see what else is needed and stuff. So I believe that will be some of the conversation. You know, to see how To better prepare or how to prepare you gnome or like in the future. Should there be another hurricane as we continue to deal, you know, with the surge of Kobe 19 cases Ronaldo lasagnas Junior is a reporter covering immigration and the U. S. Mexico border for Texas Public Radio. And Tom Frank is a climate impacts Reporter at E and E News. Thanks to you both. Keep her happy. Thanks for having me. And thanks to Renaldo for that audio of Dr Melendez. We heard at the top of the segment is well, if you've got thoughts on this, give us a call at 8778.
"dr melendez" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Ask for appropriate papers documentation. We treat everyone else regardless. My colleague's report and they've sent me videos that demonstrate that some of their hospitals are foot underwater. You see that people are pushing Ernie's. Under a foot of water, you see completely district for their own personal wealth. Fast? Being completely wet and so sometimes. We'll we get so frustrated. Of the problems that we have here during our storm, we had water coming into the electoral sixers got wind coming through the walls. They're trying to intubate equal or could central lines then, and we feel so discouraged, and yet you just hit brief pause, and you understand that just four miles south of here. Their situation is is is. Good Dr Melendez. We will not forget you. We will keep on coming back to until you get the resources that you and the people of Hidalgo County. Deserve, thank you, Sir for everything. You are doing to save lives in America Dr. Yvan. MELENDEZ is the health authority in Hidalgo County Texas. Thank you for your time Sir. We are now in double digits now just ninety nine days to go before the November election, but what if one of the candidates running to be president doesn't accept the results. That's next. Seems hard to believe, but as of today we're now within one hundred days general election, which falls on November the third today, the Biden campaign rolled out a new ad that takes aim at the president's stumbling response to the corona virus. The AD is part of an almost fifteen million dollar ad buy in six states at the president one in two thousand, sixteen, Florida, Arizona, Wisconsin Michigan North Carolina and Pennsylvania. The president's failure to address the pandemic continues to hurt him in poll after poll today. The president got bad news out of North Carolina and NBC News. Marist poll finds him trailing Biden. Biden by seven. In that state, it follow two polls over the weekend, showing trump behind in Arizona and another that showed trump trailing in Florida by five Florida's gone for the eventual winner in each of the last six general elections. This time around the president has not lead in polls in Florida for four months now poor performance in surveys they're actually caused the cook political report to change the state status from the perennial place among tossups to lean democratic. The president and his supporters have continued to attack the polls as biased and flawed. That's one thing to trust or question political polls. To cast doubt on the validity of the election itself as trump continues to do with his relentless attacks on mail in ballots a week ago, the president told Fox's Chris Wallace that mailing voting would quote rigged. The election asked if he would accept the election results. The president said quote I'll have to see over the weekend. I interviewed the national press for trump's reelection campaign. WHO ECHOED THE PRESIDENT'S COMMENTS? Democrats who are pushing for this universal mail in voting system that all experts will tell you is rife with the opportunity for fraud waste for cheating. Will the president acknowledge the decision of the American people if he doesn't win the election? Again if it is done properly, absolutely, he will the mail in voting. We're talking about the universal and rife with fraud. I'm not going to promise to you today that I'm going to abide by the election if it was fraudulent, anyway, that's that'd be absolutely foolish on my part. Of course concerns about the president, refusing to leave office or nothing new, but actual countertop exercise designed to plan what would happen in such an event that is actually knew the Boston Globe reports that a bipartisan group recently gathered in secret to game out a contested election in June. The group of political operatives, former government and military officials and academics quietly convened online grappling with questions that seem less far fetched by the day what? What if president trump refuses to concede a loss? And how far could he go to preserve his power? H scenario involved a different election outcome and unclear result on election day that looked increasingly like a biden win as more ballots were counted a clear Biden. Win in the popular vote and the Electoral College an Electoral College win, for trump with Biden winning the popular vote by five percentage points and a narrow electoral college and And Popular Vote Victory for Biden organizer Rosa. Brooks telling the globe quote, all of our scenarios ended in both street, level, violence and political impasse, joining us now, Rosa. Brooke. She served for two years, and the Obama Administration as a counselor to the under. Secretary of Defense for policy. She's now a CO organizer of the Transition Integrity Project. Miss Brooks thank you for being here. This has become a question that has gone from people. People saying it's ridiculous to talk about. Clearly, it's not up to Donald Trump to accept or not accept the results of an election, but people are now wondering what are the actual mechanics what happens after election day? which by the way might not be like other election days because of the number of absentee ballots because of coronavirus and the number of mail in ballots in your esteemed opinion in these consultations. You've had what happens. Nothing? Happened and I should say at the get go. That are exercises were not exactly secret, and it's by the Boston. Globe is much cheaper. But. What we're trying to do was get a group of people together to talk about some of the what it's. Not to make predictions and I want to be really clear on that. These are not predictions at all. These are looking at some of the possible worst case scenarios that Mike About. In the scenario that we looked at at this mentioned ones, we looked at a nearby win. Five and a trump win, and they situation like the election of two thousand bricks results would be unknown for an extended period of time, and almost all of those situations at said ended in essentially an impasse because we saw in and getting again these are. Are exercises they don't predict the future. There are all sorts of artificial constraints associated with them, but what we did see was that the team playing the trump campaign? Each time was pretty ruthless. Right out of the gate, the team playing the Biden campaign, and to feel like they had to abide by traditional rule of law norms less than four it obviously. But what happened was that the trump team immediately began to challenge. The results immediately began to assert for instance as we've seen tried to do in real life already that the results of all mail in ballots were fraudulent. We saw them in our exercises tried to stop mail in ballots from being counted. Try to seize sequester mail in ballots in one scenario even by to shut down the post office to prevent any additional mail in ballots from getting to people supposed to count. Count the vote in swing states. We saw them trying when they failed to do that. In some of our scenarios to send rival slates of electors to Congress all of the scenarios really ended with kind of impassive point, he said okay. Let's let's stop. Let's stop right here. We've talked about what's happened..
"dr melendez" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Death toll that is quickly approaching one hundred and fifty thousand were preparing for another brutal week in this corona virus pandemic by the end of last week, the New York Times counted eighteen states that each set single day records for new cases you can see that Sea of red flooding, the South and the west of the country as of today the New York Times says you can add Louisiana Tennessee Oklahoma and Alaska to the map. Each of them broke their previous records. Just yesterday. We've seen case. Numbers rise in the South and southwest for weeks with few signs of letting up and typically after a rise in infections we. We eventually see more deaths. Sure enough Saturday was the fifth consecutive day that this country so I'm more than one thousand people die from this virus in one day. We haven't seen that level of death since the back half of May when the virus had started to abate in New York, which was the country's initial epicenter. Well now we're in the back half of July and other states have already overtaken New York and total number of infections. As of this weekend, Florida now has more reported corona virus cases than new. York did with more than four hundred and thirty two thousand total infections on record, but there's one state that over tops both New York and Florida California. California remains at the top of the charts since passing New York's total last week. And Texas is right behind those three on the list hovering just below four hundred thousand cases as of yesterday more than five thousand people have now died from the virus in Texas and the pace of this death. Toll is not letting up. Keep this in mind and took Texas ten days to go from three thousand deaths to four thousand deaths and only six days to get to five thousand deaths. Even outside of hospitals, the state is having trouble handling this kind of mass casualty, according to the Texas Tribune, the state, funeral homes and crematoriums and cemeteries are overrun. Some families are having to wait more than a week before being able to bury their loved ones and in the hospitals. The effort to prevent April in New York level of death is becoming almost insurmountable. Dr Yvonne. MELENDEZ coordinates medical. Care for Hidalgo County Texas spoke to NBC News about the increasing death toll that he's seeing in his county. We knew that we had all the elements of a perfect storm. We are the number one and number two every year of being the poorest area in the country. Being the most obese in the country have the greatest diabetes account in the country. We went from twelve people dying. And, two and a half months, so to thirty five people dying in one morning, and a half months versus one morning we went to from a couple of people on ventilators to close to two hundred eight people on the ICU. WHO's a two way over two hundred from from thirty seven people at the highest in the hospital to over thousand, so we never in our in our nightmare thought that during hurricane season one is ruining that we would be set off for perfect storm as soon Nami if you will. While this weekend, that metaphorical perfect storm got very real. Hurricane Hanna whipped through the Texas Gulf coast on Saturday on Sunday. With High Winds, rain and flooding Dr Melinda's got stuck in his home with no electricity because of downed trees, he was left to decide whether to put fifty eight-year-old Corona virus patient on a ventilator over the phone when describing being face to face with a patient for that kind of decision is important. He said quote. You look at the people's eyes. You'll know if they're in despair. Joining us now, Dr Yvonne Melendez the Health Authority in it. I'll go cal county. Texas Dr Melendez. Thank you, Sir for being with us. You described very well the situation in Hidalgo county where it is poor. There is a higher than average incidence of obesity diabetes and things that create underlying conditions that make it tougher for people who suffer from coronavirus. It's also a place where people can't work from home as easily. Family Count Numbers are higher. Social distancing is harder. People without an income are desperate to work I. IT really is the perfect storm. Why did it get this bad? Way. That's a really really good question. Why at this? But. First of all I am reminded. That I need to thank you for your being so gracious, not forgetting about us down memory. Valley are one point two million population. Of folks. Are still pretty similar situation as we were on that creatures reporting, and so I'm just grateful that you haven't forgotten you come back, check in with us. Let us know what is knowing what is currently going on. I think that as we mentioned previously, we'd have all the ingredients. If you will of creating a unique scenario, you speak about a thousand people dying a day in the United States with our relatively small population of one point two million. We had fifty. In the rest of the country had thousand. Fine, so a scenario continues. I can tell you that I just got in from my rounds. I had thirty four patience today when he ate were bovid patients of those twenty eight, I estimate about twenty of just waiting to go to heaven. It just seems like forgetting one set of more patients. And then they process they go through the system. And then we get another process another group of people that have that same dire outcome, so we haven't changed. The the storm was extremely impactful toilets. Our numbers today are way under accounting. Because are the floods have put out even our our. Summation Technology Systems and we've had some severe impact because of this. Seventy win a seventy miles per hour win and the flooding damage to the structure that for so it has gotten worse. I want to ask you doctrine about what happens across the border in Mexico? The storm was actually more impactful there. Do you know what the situation is on the other side because what you're describing in some ways mirrored on the other side of the border. Absolutely absolutely I. Do you have to remember that our population? Our grandparents and our cousins and our colleagues were a large community of. Love each other both sides of the river. We don't you don't.
"dr melendez" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Breaking News Texas. Reporting a record number of hospitalizations with nearly eleven, thousand corona virus patients now one one of the hardest hit counties in the state is now declaring shelter in place order to try to slow this down at eleven. Dera is out front. This is the daily routine for Dr Eko Vallejo. A critical care pulmonologist when he gets dressed. It looks like he's getting ready to be launched into another world. That's exactly what it's like to work in the cove, Nineteen Unit of a South Texas hospital, his own well-meaning. Corona virus patients have filled the hospital where Dr Vianna works on most days, Dr. Vallejo says he's treating about seventy different patients four to five times more than he usually sees in a single day. I have never have signed his many that certificates that I have been signing last couple of weeks. Talking to these families has been very very difficult. Can you describe the suffering that you've seen among these patients these? That affect the locks and. Then, we'll cut through with the breezy and when it happens, these heartbreaking is so difficult to watch them many saying by for their relatives by beginning of the on say. I'm having having trouble over. And she knows all. I see? Breaking Donald Time, but then again. We do South Texas is the covid nineteen hotspot inside the Texas hotspot health officials are warning that hospital bed in ICU, space or running out nursing and Dr Teams are stretched to the limit. Do you feel when you walk into these Kovic units that it's like a parallel universe? It's definitely a prelude if they only knew what lurked behind those walls, if they could only have x Ray Vision, and see the the pain and the suffering Dr Melendez County Health Authority based in mcallen, Texas. He says the covert units are filled with the sound of patients gasping for air, many needing ventilators and gut wrenching conversations, so you have people telling you dot these. Don't put me on that. No Man, the and you struggle because you're not what they need. And finally they just give up and they say. Go ahead, but you know you may be the last person that I ever talked to so please tell my family. My parents told me Oh my kids that I love them and that I fought hard. It's a Nicholas his insurance. Jessica Ortiz says her twin brother, who Bala Ortiz, thought the virus for almost two weeks. The twenty seven year old worked as a security guard at a jewelry store. Her For you. Jubal died on July third along and her. We aren't at the funeral. Friends and family paid their respects through a plastic shield over the casket. There was a fear his body still might be contagious. The world. which had it? Because he didn't live his life yet. Jessica is left with this last image of her brother, a screen recording of one of their last conversations. Jubail Ortiz waving goodbye. And one of the things that everyone talked to is really struggling with is. And frustration, the doctors say they need more hospital beds space equipment relief for the overwhelms, nursing staff and technicians. A Jessica Ortiz is wondering if brother would still be alive, had politicians not rush to reopen the economy and he hadn't had to go back to work kate. As, heartbreaking at and so important to continue bringing light and bring a spotlight to their stories, because it is a real, just heartbreaking, thank you, ed my God. Thank God. Of FRONTEX out front for us next six city mayors are trying to stop the administration from sending federal forces to their cities, but do they have to do? They have the power to stop the president. The mayor of Kansas City is next plus the clues that could link the suspect in the fatal shooting at a federal judge is home to another deadly shooting in California. New Tonight stay out? Mayors of six large cities across the country are demanding federal law. Enforcement agents be kept out of their cities in a letter to Attorney General Bill Bar. They write this in part redick part of it. It is concerning that federal law enforcement is being deployed for political purposes, the president and his administration continually attack, local leadership, and in an amplify false and divisive. Divisive rhetoric purely for campaign fodder this after we've seen ongoing clashes between protesters and federal agents in Portland Oregon amid calls for racial justice out front with me now, the Democratic Mayor of Kansas. City Missouri Quinton Lucas. He's one of the mayors who signed on to this letter mayor. Thank you for being here. Why did you sign onto this letter? And have you heard anything back? We have not heard anything back I think the reason that I signed onto the other mayors signed on was because we've had grave concerns, and you look at what's happening in Portland. That I think the federal involvement is foreign fuel on the fire. We have a lot of issues going on right now in American cities, but we don't need is actually further conflagration relating to having any number of unmarked officers. They're coming in and frankly scaring the public more than I think is necessary when we already have local police departments that can address number the issue, so that's why we sent the letter we wanted. Wanted to make it clear that we want only support when asked not necessarily just folks intervene him, and that's how ask about protesters this weekend in Kansas City. They also were coming after. You impart saying that you're supporting what's called Operation Legend which is a federal law enforcement surge program that it was announced this month to send federal agents to your city. So, are you still supporting this program while also signing onto this letter? I think short answer is yes I. Think there's a way that you can say. We have we like having support from federal law enforcement to do things like investigations of unsolved murders, investigations ballistics, those sorts of things that are distinct where our police department is still leading. That's the situation with settle involvement here on every one of our cities. WE HAVE FBI agents. ATF agents sever. Would I have concerns with him what I think most mayors? Mayors would have concerns with is not your local FBI and ranch, helping you out on soft homicides Gigli unsigned, unsolved homicides of young people. It's instead folks coming in to arrest protesters folks coming in who aren't reporting either to your local police department or talking to or communicating with mayors, and frankly our cities being used as political battlegrounds I think for the president's advantage. Look if the president wants to send in a Portland style deployment. Away on to Kansas City. What will you do? What can you do to stop them? Well I. Think step one hope Springs Eternal that the president listen to leaders in every one of these jurisdictions around the country We are communities. We know their challenges, but we also know the assets that we have here to address any number of issues. So that's why you have that. Letter sent I I've also reached OUT TO MIND CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO CONSIDERS A member of Congress people around this area who also have I think helped? Push for that message, but ultimately I think in the same way that you are seeing people on the streets making noise, we need to elect officials continue to make it clear to the White House to the part of Justice Department of Homeland Security that we're not interested in just outside occupying force that is actually supplanting our police i. mean this is the interesting part of the time people are complaining about. About police, who may not know communities bringing in law enforcement agents from a thousand miles away is not the cure necessarily particularly when it's dealing with protest activity and you're. You're not been quiet. That's for sure you've been outspoken and critical of some of the people that are turning out to the.
"dr melendez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave in the Pentagon has just moved to effectively banned Confederate flags at military institutions. Officials say the order was written in a way to not collide with President Trump's views. CBS is Steven Porter. In a CBS News interview this week, President Trump said he sees displays of the Confederate flag as exercises of freedom of speech with me. It's freedom of speech. Very simple, like it don't like it. It's freedom of speech, and he denied the notion that the flag of the Confederacy is a painful reminder of slavery. I know people that like the Confederate flag, and then I'm thinking about slavery. The US set a new high yesterday with 77,000 Corona virus cases in Texas deaths set a new record 1 29 CBS is Deanna Champollion has more on the Lone Star State's hospital crunch thinks are so dire that people are being recess a Peter on stretchers and always Dr Ivan Melinda's paints a picture of a health care system in chaos as beds. Philip. I was a flight surgeon in the Iraq war, but it's very different when the person that you're putting in a body bag. What is your next door neighbor for 50 years? Your mom's best friend, Dr Melendez, who also recovered from Cove, It says emotions run high for patients, their loved ones and the doctors and nurses on the front lines. You know, I think you can imagine that always cry everyday. In Washington, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is expressing optimism about a new pandemic aid plan. I think we'll definitely have another package will start the negotiations next week..
"dr melendez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm bill rake off in Washington, while debates rage over mask use and whether or not school should reopen. Healthcare systems in some states are reaching the breaking point. CBS News correspondent Janet's family and reports from Houston. In South Texas hotel has been converted to a hospital. Dr Melendez says. It's grim. And for those who don't believe To be in Florida. There's a new record for daily deaths from the virus. 156 Colorado Governor Jared Polis, the latest order everyone in his state to wear face coverings and indoor public areas, like all Colorados, I want to be able to Enjoy life and go to a restaurant and get a haircut and keep our businesses open and protect our economy and protect lives. And the data increasingly shows that one of the powerful tools that we as a state have done well on but can do better on He's wearing masks, but some states are still resisting mask orders. Georgia has gone so far as to sue the city of Atlanta for not lifting it's mandatory order. British intelligence says A group of hackers linked to the Russian government is apparently trying to steal information on a covert 19 vaccine here. CBS is Stephen Portnoy in a statement referencing agreement between the U. K. U. S and Canada. British intelligence officials accused the Russian group of targeting organizations working to develop a covert vaccine. The apparent intent to steal information and intellectual property. The method malware allegations of sexual harassment and improper behavior, now the latest scandal to involve the Washington Redskins. CBS is Steve Futterman with more on the Washington Post reports, 15 women, old former employees of the Redskins described a very toxic work atmosphere involving both sexual and verbal harassment. The obligations cover a 13 year period ending last year. Navy in federal firefighters in San Diego have finally extinguished that fire that began Sunday aboard a Navy warship. Rear Admiral Phil Sobek praised the response. Hundreds of sailors for more than 20 Sandiego.
"dr melendez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Great coffee in Washington. While debates rage over mask use and whether or not schools should reopen. Healthcare systems in some states are reaching the breaking point. CBS News correspondent Janet's family and reports from Houston in South Texas hotel has been converted to a hospital. Dr Melendez says. It's grim. And for those who don't believe it, come with me. Spend today help me talk to 37 people's family that died that day. Three, the frontlines and increasingly dark place to be in Florida. There's a new record for daily deaths from the virus. 156 Colorado Governor Jared Polis, the latest order everyone in his state to wear face coverings and indoor public areas, like all Colorados, I want to be able to Enjoy life and go to a restaurant and get a haircut and keep our businesses open and protect our economy and protect lives. And the data increasingly shows that one of the powerful tools that we as a state have done well on but can do better on Is wearing masks, but some states are still resisting mask orders. Georgia has gone so far as to sue the city of Atlanta for not lifting it's mandatory order. British intelligence says A group of hackers linked to the Russian government is apparently trying to steal information on a covert 19 vaccine here. CBS is Stephen Portnoy in a statement referencing agreement between the U. K. U. S and Canada. British intelligence officials accused the Russian group of targeting organizations working to develop a covert vaccine. The apparent intent to steal information and intellectual property. The method malware allegations of sexual harassment and improper behavior. Now the latest scandal to involve the Washington Redskins. CBS's Steve Futterman with more on the Washington Post reports, 15 women, old former employees of the Redskins describe a very toxic work atmosphere. Involving both sexual and verbal harassment. The obligations cover a 13 year period ending last year. Maybe in federal firefighters in San Diego have finally extinguished that fire that began Sunday aboard a Navy warship. Rear Admiral Phil Sobek praised the response. Hundreds of sailors for more than 20 Sandiego based warships came.
"dr melendez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With more than 3.5 confirmed cases of Corona virus nationwide health care system's in some states are reaching the breaking point. CBS News correspondent Janet's family in reports from Houston in South Texas hotel has been converted to a hospital. Dr Melendez says. It's grim. And for those who don't believe it, come with me. Spend today help me talk to 37 people's family that died that day. The front lines and increasingly dark place to be at least a 1,000,000 people, though, have recovered from the virus in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins figures. Arizona has reported more than 3000 confirmed cases of the virus Thursday. Just two more have been reported the day before. Arizona governor Doug Ducey says the people in the state must keep worrying mass to keep the virus from spreading. It could be no substitutes for things like, um, asking up in Arizona. This is making a really deference we're seeing. Nearly 90% of our state that is doing this with wide compliance is he announced that a ban on residential eviction set for next week will be extended until October 30 1st British intelligence says a group of hackers linked to the Russian government is trying to steal information on a Corona virus vaccine here. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy in a statement referencing agreement between the U. K, U. S and Canada. British intelligence officials accused the Russian group of targeting organizations working to develop a covert vaccine, the apparent intent to steal information and intellectual property. The method malware The Washington Post has published an explosive report detailing more than a decade of inappropriate behavior in the Washington Redskins front office. Details from CBS News is Nicole Kill IAM. Its sight 15 women who allege at least five former front office employees sexually arrest and made unwanted sexual advances. Some more part of owner Dan Snyder's inner circle. The team has hired a law firm to do an independent review. After several days of efforts, Navy and federal firefighters in San Diego have finally finished and extinguished his stubborn fire aboard a Navy warship. This is we're Admiral Phil. So back inbounds turn there. There was a fire, but we.
"dr melendez" Discussed on WTOP
"Confirmed cases of Corona virus nationwide health care system's in some states are reaching the breaking point. CBS News correspondent Janet's family and reports from Houston in South Texas hotel has been converted to a hospital. Dr Melendez says. It's grim. And for those who don't believe it. Come with me. Spend today help me talk to 37 people family that died that day. Three. The frontlines and increasingly dark place to be at least a 1,000,000 people, though, have recovered from the virus in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins figures. Arizona's reported more than 3000 confirmed cases of the virus Thursday. Just two more have been reported the day before. Arizona governor Doug Ducey says the people in the state must keep worrying mass to keep the virus from spreading. It could be no substitutes for things like, um, asking up in Arizona. This is making a really deference we're seeing. Nearly 90% of our state that is doing this with wide compliance. Susie announced that a ban on residential eviction set for next week will be extended until October 30 1st British intelligence says a group of hackers linked to the Russian government is trying to steal information on a Corona virus. Vaccine. Your CBS News White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy in a statement referencing agreement between the U. K, U. S and Canada. British intelligence officials accused the Russian group of targeting organizations working to develop a covert vaccine, the apparent intent to steal information and intellectual property. The method malware The Washington Post has published an explosive report detailing more than a decade of inappropriate behavior in the Washington Redskins front office. Details from CBS News is Nicole Kill Liam. It's site 15 women who allege at least five former front office employees sexually arrest and made unwanted sexual advances. Somewhere part of owner Dan Snyder's inner circle. The team has hired a law firm to do an independent review. After several days of efforts, Navy and federal firefighters in San Diego have finally finished and extinguished a stubborn fire aboard a Navy warship. This is rear Admiral Phil. So back Bounce turn there. There was.
"dr melendez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Health care system's in some states are reaching the breaking point. CBS News correspondent Janet Shamley and reports from Houston in South Texas hotel has been converted to a hospital. Dr Melendez says. It's grim. And for those who don't believe it, come with me. Spend today help me talk to 37 people's family that died that day. The front lines and increasingly dark place to be at least a 1,000,000 people, though, have recovered from the virus in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins figures. Arizona's reported more than 3000 confirmed cases of the virus Thursday. Just two more have been reported the day before. Arizona governor Doug Ducey says the people in the state must keep worrying mass to keep the virus from spreading. It could be no substitutes for things like, um, asking up in Arizona. This is making a really deference we're seeing. Nearly 90% of our state that is doing this with wide compliance. Susie announced that a ban on residential eviction set for next week will be extended until October 30 1st British intelligence says a group of hackers linked to the Russian government is trying to steal information on a Corona virus vaccine here. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy in a statement referencing agreement between the U. K, U. S and Canada. British intelligence officials accused the Russian group of targeting organizations working to develop a covert vaccine, the apparent intent to steal information and intellectual property. The method malware The Washington Post has published an explosive report detailing more than a decade of inappropriate behavior in the Washington Redskins front office. Details from CBS News is Nicole Kill IAM. Its sight 15 women who allege at least five former front office employees sexually arrest and made unwanted sexual advances. Somewhere part of owner Dan Snyder's inner circle. The team has hired a law firm to do an independent review. After several days of efforts, Navy and federal firefighters in San Diego have finally finished and extinguished his stubborn fire aboard a Navy warship. This is rear Admiral Hill. So back about Stern there, there.
"dr melendez" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"Natural colored. Yellowish Whitish. Yes, the mix odd Yup and And where did you put it? Along the back of the deck. On the grass here. Yeah, and if there's any roxette spilled out at you generally put them back in place Dr. Melendez who apparently doesn't have any I for craftsmanship and then tweets about it. Sorry. Is that my voice? Yes I did exactly that as I was telling to move move. Move move move. I, mean you get your bag pea gravel? If you want it or maybe you're. About marble chips. How about some bagged pond pebbles? Four ninety eight for a half cubic foot foot bag of them. How about the Hash Beach River rock now. That looks good. That's Kinda smooth and Nice. That's that pensive. That's only available via Palette seven hundred ten dollars per pallet, blue that royal. How? Will about the decorative redstone lava rock? Oh, yeah, what do you feel Where do you stand Wednesday on a Tuesday? Where do you stand on the redstone decorative rock around trees? I don't I don't mind. No much. I believe insists upon itself usually. I'm a Mulch Guy. I'm a mulch around the trees Y-. Mulch serves a purpose. I'd rather than. Not How about somebody who puts a hard metal edge circle around a tree, and then also red rock. That's really yeah. That's drying out too damn hard to take the tree out at that point. Who Black Grey Day polished pebbles feel like a fifty four pack pellet, one thousand and ninety dollars at the Home Depot. That's good looking rock right there. We'll go back to rock talk. You're on rock taught sports. Talk. Exactly. On Day sixty seven. They talked about rocks all right I got I got one more top three lines. I heard from my wife. Which means the opposite of what she said. Number three. No, it's fine. It's fine. It's fine. It's fine. It is not find not fine number two whatever you want. Whatever I want. And number. It's my favorite. You're an adult and can make your own decisions Oh my God which of oriented and can be used as a high NAS. Approve of this. Whole heartedly. They're bigger trap. Then you're an adult can make your own decision. there's there's no phrase which screams out I'm rooting so hard for something bad to happen quite like that phrase. You're an adult and you can make your own decisions. I'm dying to know what was. What were you doing that? Yeah, listed this response well so on my second Saturday. I was I was over at a friend's house, enjoying a bonfire. And I was GONNA stay there a little bit longer. And all. Heard adult you can. Write, which of course then, immediately, I said all right fellas. I gotta go. Thanks everyone gets guess. You gotTA head home so. All right very good. Get a hold years over to the other side, Stephen Four, one four as good one top three things I hate about working on a project with my OCD wife number three everything asked to be perfect number two takes forever and number one I could do it myself and it would be done. And now I have to finish it. Wait if she's OCD, shouldn't. Wouldn't you WANNA? Finish it herself, thank. I don't know. Ronnie and Jackson top three raptors number three, the Bald Eagle number, two red tailed Hawk number one the Peregrine Falcon. Yes those are all very good, but Ronnie don't forget about the Golden Eagle, which is one of the largest eagles in the world, and you know what Golden Eagles eat. Other Eagle. Fan How bad mess around right! Now like why worry about other animals that are eagles at suck. Jan sought full top three cookout. Economists number three mustard number, two barbecue sauce number one sour crowds. What percentage of the population do you think like Sauerkraut over under fifty percent under? I think to. Their over under, thirty, five, percent. Under Under twenty percent over okay, so it somewhere twenty plus we'll call him the third. Top threes keeping coming, four, one, four, seven, nine, nine, one, nine, seven, three. You're listening to the Steve's. Avon on.
"dr melendez" Discussed on Off the Red Carpet with George Pennacchio
"The first couple of episodes is kind of his new budding relationship with Sean and developing you know not a mentor but just two buddies and it's kind of like homo not to loneliest guys on the show. It's it's almost like the two the two people that are very quiet with their internal feelings. And it's it's he started seeing sprinkles of it in in the episodes where they start sharing are the Alex Park wants to share. The only person he feels safe in really sharing with is is Sean. I think when you talk about this show there is clearly a love for being here and you you know based on that one time watching the show. That was too difficult. How I don't know the the white we're but how maybe on spying for people who are tuning in people tune into the show and when it's over they don't necessarily forget it some of the episodes last asked and some of the themes or the illnesses that you guys tackle people know someone were you know? There's a there's a connects next people. That's the word connection. Yes and that's to me is is anybody who watches this show is someone you know. Eventually we will all be part of this system in some way or another whether it's kids whether it's her mom or dad or US individually and I think that the cool thing about this show is you know Freddie Moore's Moore's character along with the other residents and doctors you know it's always about what if or how do we or it's not this. Could it be that you and I found having been in that system in the real world that is not always the case and and I love that. This show teaches people to go. Oh no question it questioning question. Your best advocate. Where your your son or daughter's best advocate another doctor continuing to make rounds as Morgan resnick? She's played by Fiona Guberman. I'm conflicted sometimes about Dr Morgan. Because for instance in the first episode of the new season she is so happy be when someone has cancer. And you don't know how to react to that moment. Well the clarify. She's not so without that they've cancer cancer but she's so happy that it's opportunity for her to get to do her for Solo surgery and it is a very curable cancer. So it's not you know and here's another thing. You promised me a disaster about a first date you let this character loves the. She's kind of like the tornado in the the room. Sometimes isn't she well things up but she also is gifted is that gifted with I say this in with all the love and the world as my mother got older in life there was a filter that disappeared and she just said whatever it was she was thinking. Morgan has that filter at her young. I mean it's amazing. I would like that filter. No filter Morgan. It is unapologetic in many areas. Including just speaking what she what she thinks she's she's very opinionated. And the thing about Morgan is. She likes offer opinion in her advice. And she's not doing it to be mean but she's just not wasting any energy on being Mace Ace. So it's sometimes it's the harsh truth and people don't always enjoy enjoy the delivery the Russian producers of the show of decided that the residents. We're going to get more opportunity this season. So that's going to be great for your character. Yeah it's been amazing. Morgan is much bigger part of this season. And it's really cool like there's so many different sides Morgan. That people are going to get to see She's very competitive stuff. That happens and and you see more for vulnerability more of the things and she's going through in her own life and then also the different ways in which she helps other people patients and her co workers. It's a really cool journey to be on and I'm loving it win we've seen have Morgan can be when it's all stripped down. And when she needs someone in her life is they're going to be someone this season that you think Morgan will be spending more time with or being more open up with. You definitely see some of that. I would say a lot of Morgan's organs journey. This season is how she grows through helping other people and how how she gets affected by Being there for her co workers in her patients and during times. It's it's really cool. The thing about the good doctor is that it's always asking questions. It's always bringing gop controversial or as you know issues or things that people are GonNa talk about and they really try hard to present both sides fairly and and equally on the show and not necessarily tell you which is right or wrong but just to really start a discussion about topics and it school to the apart about and sometimes you agree with your character stance and sometimes you definitely do not but you know that's the beauty of the show and its storytelling is it gets people thinking and talking talking and one last. TV Doctor. I spoke with in Vancouver Hill Harper. WHOSE ALTER EGO DR Marcus Andrews? I think when we see the first episode of the new season what we see is a man who is listening. And I think that's really important because your character's been so used to doling thing it out taking it in is pretty powerful stuff. Yeah it is and woods. And that's what's exciting about playing the character because getting into a rhythm of of playing a character where everything is is him telling people what they're doing wrong and trying to put up walls and barriers to be kind of impenetrable. But you know someone who's in a leadership role that's able to maybe take some self analysis. Wouldn't that be great in this world. We live in today that our leaders would be able to look in the mirror and actually do some salve analyzing. That's what happens with this character and I think that's an interesting thing to play. I've I've asked people you get a sense. It's of what the new season will be for us because I watched one episode and I'm laughing. I'm intrigued and I think three times. I'm trying not to have tears tears in my eyes in a room full of women. Well he to me. What makes the show brilliant? And what makes the writing. The best on television is the fact act that it can simultaneously be touching be funny but also be really smart and it. It's really interesting because usually folks folks default into one category. Oh it's very just melodrama or we're just going to be funny or we're just going to try to hammer you over the head with with message. Our show is able to ride a beautiful wave. And that's all due to to David shore and the writing staff and and that's why it's wonderful to be able to play it because because every time you pick up an episode and every time you you don't know exactly what you're going to do not just one-dimensional we're GONNA see. More of the personal life of Dr Melendez does and and Christina Chang. We're going to see more of the personal life of the good doctor. Are we going to see more of your personal life. If you know what I I always wonder how come last season. My wife never walked down the stairs of our big beautiful house. We saw we did so. Hopefully we'll see more this season email. I am the character on the show. That is happily married. I wear I don't have on right now because I just came out of surgery so I don't wear my wedding ring in surgery patient. Lose the patient lift. Things are going well so But usually I have a wedding ring on and and hopefully we'll see The other half of this ring a lot to see them. I really enjoyed my time with the cast. Cast the good doctor. I always do and it was great to be in Vancouver on the set seeing what it really looks like behind the scenes. And I'll tell you it's very impressive off and you can keep up with all that's happening on the good doctor. Monday nights on A._B._C.. For off the Red Carpet George Pinocchio. Thanks for being here by..
"dr melendez" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Work best e n he gets all of his kind of guidance about the world at work through her and she's also the conscience of a bunch of the other people at the hospital is the woman who tells all the man at the hospital how to be human rights um so that is a little odd to me i think i am probably i mean i'm definitely based on this conversation i am the person who likes the good doctor the most i definitely like it more than glenn i'll start there i like it more than stephen although i have the same misgivings about the pilot i think when youths being set up as like a i think the whole the whole premise of it takes some time to establish and to me never becomes completely believable i was happy to shoot decently brother goes away released he's yeah down he's he fades from europe they do a nice job after a few episodes of leading villains be right sometimes and leading heroes begging hands right i think they try to grapple with a a lot of ethical issues on the show in ways that i think can be interesting i do think there is a larger theme of this show that begins to explain may be part of why it is so enormously popular i think one of those things is as you said linda there is a great vacuum in medical dramas i mean gray's anatomy is on its last legs uh we haven't even mentioned house which is actually has the same showrunner david shore as the good dr there's a lot of a lot of dna there but i also think there's an overarching message of this show which is the undercutting of arrogance and scepticism which i think the show views as the same thing and especially when in seems like where you have that very skeptical board of directors were they kind of have to be brought around skeptics are kind of being brought around dr murphy will say to the hotshot dr melendez i believe he says you're very arrogant repeatedly says you're very arrogant and there's this.
"dr melendez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In after mild as the next couple of days actually warmer wednesday and thursday and adam kaufman has wbz sports secrets defense lawyer what about again thirty three thirty lost to the panthers at home in the red sox will start the playoffs thursday in houston and overnight bloodbath in the city of las vegas three burst of gunfire to country music festival nearly two dozen people are dead many more injured we get the latest from cbs news cbs news special report at least twenty dead in a las vegas shooting well in excess 100plus you're an excess of twenty plus that have died las vegas sheriff joe lombardo describes the minutes after gunfire broke out at an outdoor music festival through investigation in response we determined there was a shooter on the thirty second floor of the mandalay bay officers responded to that location and engage their suspect at that location he is dead this audience member was in the crowd when the shots broke out described scenes of panic and carnage saw girl her whole face was bloody hurled chests was bloody it's not clear now just how many remain injured at least twenty are dead police i do believe that the sole gunman is down they are however looking for a female companion the red cross is setting up a desk for people trying to trace loved ones and the sheriff made a point of saying that there have been false reports on social media of bombs going off and multiple attackers those reports he says are incorrect again at least twenty dead in las vegas shooting cbs news special report i'm vicky barker cbs's dr melendez has been talking with witnesses on the biggest strip we've seen trucks filled with people with gunshot wounds hundreds maybe even thousands of people just shaken up andrea in shannon kathy who were attendees of that festival and i know you're pretty shaken up right now but can you described to me what you thought earlier we were in the vip tens and on about eight shots went off and people that they were fireworks and everybody laid down on a bent staff was telling everybody to get down to metroplis officers were town of ready get down and.