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"dr sonya angel" Discussed on KCRW
"And visitors closing campgrounds in some cases or visitor centers. Social distancing and masks are strongly encouraged outside of the post office at Yellowstone's headquarters to mask bear statues serves a reminder, but the National Park Service overall has not mandated face coverings. Charlie says most visitors are doing a good job of protecting themselves and others, but not always. So he's urging people if you're sick. Do you have symptoms or you're not sure do us all a favor and don't come to the park or anywhere else for that matter. Nathan rot. NPR news gardener, Montana. Just a few days after a serious data error in California, the state's public health director, has resigned. Here's Scott Shaffer with member station KQED in San Francisco. Dr. Sonya Angel had been California's director of public health for less than a year when she resigned without warning Sunday night. Her email to department staff did not say why she left. At his press conference Monday, Governor Gavin Newsom had little toe ad at the end of the day. The buck stops with me. I'm accountable, and I recognise that as governor of the state of California, but his public health directors abrupt departure came less than a week after Newsome announced a sharp decline in the rate of positive covert 19 test results on Lito learn hours later that the data was incomplete. Due to a glitch in the state computer system. We would not have put out those data points that we known that so by definition, were unaware I was unaware was made aware later that evening. The problem was with California's Cal Ready System, a clearinghouse for health data like Corona Virus Test results. Without the governor, knowing it. The data he announced, was missing nearly 300,000 records. Calling into question the validity of his claims. Newsome blamed antiquated technology that has been around for decades. UC Berkeley School of Public Health professor Dr Art Rheingold says the state has been struggling to upgrade the cow already system. But the fact that it wasn't ableto handle the influx associated with the pandemic, and tens or hundreds of thousands of reports is no surprise to me at all. In fact, wrangle says public health systems around the nation are vastly underfunded to a degree that's shocking to some who see them for the first time. Especially given California is home to Silicon Valley. You know the fact that we're still fax e pieces of paper left right and centre Andi literally have health departments where the fax machines can't keep up with the reports coming in. But wrangled says the real problem is that the federal government has basically told the state's good luck on the fact that the CDC has really been A neutered on disappeared. The good news, according to Governor Newsome is that the backlog of reports has now been cleared and the rate of positive test results seems to be dropping. For NPR News. I'm Scott Shafer in San Francisco. This is NPR news. Meatpacking plants have been hit hard by the Corona virus. Many meat packers are immigrants and refugees and reluctant to speak out about unsafe conditions. So they're adult Children are taking on the cause of standing up for our parents is a responsibility. I married Louise Kelly the fight to protect a central workers and meat packing plants this afternoon on all things considered from NPR News..
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"California has worked through a backlog of 295,000 Coben 19 cases created by what officials say ISA database tech glitch. State Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley says capacity has been added to better handle the volume of cases and the state has created a new lab reporting system. He also says more support and oversight have been added to insure data is timely and high quality, not just getting Through those records, but making sure the positives are really positives. The negatives are really negatives that they get routed to the right place. Governor Newsome says nine million covert 19 tests have been done in California so far. This support brought to you by MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber governor Newsome says California's public health director resigned but did not explicitly say whether he asked her to quit. Try not to have personnel conversations in public. I don't know that it serves a larger good Dr Sonya Angel quit last night via email but didn't say why she was leaving. Angel had the job for less than a year. President Trump has warned that allowing mail in voting for the upcoming presidential election could create opportunities for fraud is very susceptible to something that could be easily attacked. By foreign countries and by frankly Democrats and by Republicans. Trump started his daily Covert 19 briefing, saying Virginia had mistakenly sent absentee ballot applications to add addresses of dead people and ineligible voters. He said some of the applications were even sent to people's pets. Turns out all face mask are not created equal. Researchers at Duke University decided to test out 14 masks to see how effective they are in stopping the spread of Cove in 19 turns out thie and 95 masks used by health care workers did prove to be the most effective in stopping the spread next in line. The three layer surgical masks and the cotton masked many people make it home bandannas and knitted face coverings were low on the list. But neck gators and neck fleece is where the least effective because they broke down larger droplets into smaller ones, making it easier for the particles to slip out The sides of the covering Jennifer Jones Li Ke f I News..
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"60 16 63 That's 1 804 601663 Again 1 800 for six Zeros. 16 63 Gun violence continues to rise in the District of Columbia. So far over 580 people have been shot in the city this year, a rise of over 55%. Police are currently looking for at least four shooters that opened fire into a crowd of hundreds. Of people, killing one and injuring 22 others. 17 year old Christopher Brown was killed in an off duty police officer was shot in the neck and remains in serious condition. At least 100 rounds were fired by what police believe to be at least four shooters on the scene. Only one of the weapons have been recovered. And then later in the day in the district of Columbia, there was a shooting at the White House. Dr. Sonya Angel, California's top public health official, has resigned, not providing a reason for her resignation. But it comes just days after the state said it fixed a major error that caused a delay in reporting covert 19 results. On August 1st California became the first U. S State to hit over 500,000 Corona virus cases. This is use a radio news. Now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline ticket book, A flight today to London, Paris, Madrid or anywhere. You want to go and pay a lot less guaranteed. Call the International Travel Department right now at low Cost Airlines 800 to 155141 800 to 1551 for one. That's 800 to 15 51 41. In these days of political correctness, NASA is joining the ever growing list of organizations and companies reexamining its naming system, removing names that are insensitive and harmful. Um, it's vocabulary and Jemima the chicks, Lady, a Mrs Butterworth's in the Washington football team, and now celestial objects are undergoing a rebrand Eskimo Nebula and the Siamese twins. Galaxies are just two examples of nicknames that will be retired, according to the space agency. Many indigenous people consider Eskimo as a derogatory term because of non native colonizers using it. I mean eater of raw meat, meaning barbarism. In June, Dreyer's ice cream dropped the name Eskimo Pie after nearly 100 years. Reality television star Simon Cowell's has been scheduled for surgery after breaking his back at his California home. Carol fell while testing an electric bike in Malibu. The television personality initially has been doing fine under observation, beginning his career as a record producer in the eighties and nineties. Callum Rose to fame in early two thousand's. As Thie, cranky judge on American Idol. He became a household name with his often blunt and harsh commentary. Two contestants of the reality. Siri's, The judge has gone on to participate in produce similarly formatted reality show. Such as the X Factor and America's got talent. He's also been credited with the success of numerous musical artists over the last two decades, including fifth harmony and one direction. Thanks for spending part of your weekend with us for Yusa. Radio News. I'm John Hunt. I should be grateful to God for the blessings he has given us. Don't let anyone America's best days behind. We have got to fight for this nation because I believe in my heart. This nation is in fact, one nation under God. Welcome back 63. 11 10 6 10 363 11 sent if you want, you're welcome to do it. 6 10 363.
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's News, 93.1 KFBK Ah, A federal judge says PG and E has until September 1st to begin hiring more tree trimming supervisors and improve inspections of its aging power lines. San Francisco Chronicle says the mandate is part of the utilities ongoing probation dating back to the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion. The order also calls for better recordkeeping on the company's aging equipment. Uber and lift will have to stop classifying their drivers is independent workers, a California judge ruling today uber and lift must classify them as employees. The order will take effect in 10 days unless appealed. Uber has already said it's taking steps to do so. The head of California's Public Health department is calling it quits. Dr Sonya Angel resigning from her job Sunday is the state's health officer. Angel is the first Latina and the state to serve in that role, but our quick departure could be related a database inaccuracies and counting the state's Corona virus cases. Governor Gavin Newsom had no comment. I'm Joe Michael's News, 93.1 KFBK Sacramento TRAFFIC. Good evening, 7 33 Bob Williams on the KFBK Traffic Center. Construction activity gearing up 55 at Laguna Boulevard also eastbound 50th East Bidwell Street. We're still seeing a little bit of slowing the Roseville area that earlier crash near Riverside has traffic slowed about Douglass Boulevard also watch Athens Avenue near Filament. We had fire activity there earlier. We will see some work on Highway 50 eastbound 55th Street in the left lane closed for bridge work through the overnight hours looking to eat some work on Highway 50 Around the area of Hornet drive, too. Highway 50 westbound to the connector ramp at Cap City Freeway. How in 99 we got a lane closed for core drilling until 5 a.m. Traffic on the tents every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Next update. 03 Bob Williams News, 93.1. You like to warmer weather on Wednesday Sunday High 94 to 98. Banky Weathers, Bob Larson News, 93.1 KFBK less than 30 minutes, breaking news, the second in Heaven on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. Hey there, John. We're gonna share you feeling a bit cooped up have a need to get away. You know, Harvey from Billy's RV.
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"Standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest that's rich to 202 100. Good luck from News, 93.1 kfbk from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news, 93.1 kfbk. That is 6 30 Kelly Ryan fitting in for the lovely video Dio kfbk afternoon news here. The stories now trending on news, 93.1 KFBK why some state lawmakers are speaking out against the possibility of Vice President Kamala Harris. More controversy surrounding the resignation of Dr Sonya Angel, But some sad news to report for sports fans is college football. Well, it could be on the chopping block for the 20 2020 21 season. Alright now, traffic and weather together every 10 minutes and some happier news. No, no. Yeah. Nothing Alright thanks to four for reaction brought on by the California Department of Public Health. First it's an accident with a vehicle overturned two vehicles. I understand it involved. It's back, and it's wheels but blocking always westbound 80 out of Riverside Avenue, and this is an injury collision and we get people out on the roadway and again. Traffic is backing up behind it right now, somebody actually standing in the roadway, And while we're out there we have a fire. Athens have into infinite mint road, 100 acre fire that they're fighting out of the Roseville area, so things are pretty busy up there in the Northeast Corridor. It takes less than one minute to take the pre diabetes quiz. Pre diabetes without intervention can progress to diabetes. Don't snooze on your health. No, your risk. Take the online quiz now. No pre diabetes dot org's traffic on the tent every 10 minutes mornings and.
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on KOMO
"Connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour news station. KOMO News. Good afternoon. I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe. Bill O'Neill. Is that the editor's desk? Look at some of our top stories. A secret service agent interrupted President Trump as he began his press briefing today. Going good. Looks like just about gonna be topping records, hopefully soon. After being whisked away, leaving for several minutes the president returned. He says a person was shot by secret service outside the White House, another deadly side effect from Corona virus. Opioid deaths are on the rise in dozens of states, including Washington, where rates of substance abuse and mental crisis are climbing as people cope with a pandemic. I'm Charlie Harder. Over the weekend, President Trump signed different memoranda and executive orders. We didn't think we'd have to do this because we thought the Democrats would be reasonable, but they've been That out, Molly unreasonable. They've been ridiculous reporter told Lulu or a nipple with The Washington Post was have the Trump estate in Bedminster, New Jersey over the weekend. He even got in a question He joins us on the coma news line. Let's start with a weekend paperwork. The Democrats in the House have been out with a plan for a while, but talks broke down last week in the Senate. Toluene is the president's intent here to bypass Congress. That's exactly what he's trying to do. He's essentially thing I could not get my way with Congress of I'm going to sign Executive actions that would essentially do what Congress is supposed to do. That's why there's so much uproar over these executive actions that the president took because in most cases, if you're going to decide how to spend taxpayer money or cut taxes, you have to go through Congress and the president essentially trying to cut cars out of the process. Just do it by executive. So essentially, he's trying to do an end run around Congress. There are a lot of questions about whether or not it's constitutional or legal, but he went ahead and plowed ahead with that. With that approach, there is a lot of pushback from Democratic lawmakers. Even some Republicans are saying this isn't the way to go any gauge on what the likelihood of these actions are going to be in terms of will they be implemented? Well, not only are they kind of legally suspect but they're also logistically challenging. President essentially said he wanted to implement a new unemployment insurance program going around Congress by saying that he would call for states to pitch in $100 a week and the federal government would pitch in $300 a week. But a lot of these states are cash strapped. They don't have the money that they don't have the program it that the programs in place, Tio set up a new unemployment system on the fly. And you have to remember that the unemployment insurance benefit that had been passed back in March expired last month. So AH, lot of people are struggling and hoping to get this money now, and there's no sense that it's actually going to happen quickly at all. If it happens at all because of the legal challenges, so this is something that the president wanted to get into the headlines, which was able to do In terms of money, actually getting the people's pockets. That's a much bigger challenge. And there's still a lot of questions about whether or not that's going as told Lulu or a nipple with the Washington Post. Thanks, Joe Louis, and that's comas. Charlie Harder. We're going to have a closer look at the legality of these orders with ABC legal analyst Royal Oaks in about 15 minutes. Some covert 19 stats have improved across the country, but half the United States continues to deal with outbreaks. ABC is Marc Rayman lard reports just a few weeks ago, the vast majority of states we're seeing rising cases and positivity rates now in ABC News analysis shows just six states and Puerto Rico are seeing a rise in the number of new cases. While the number of states seeing rising positivity rates is down to 20 states in Washington, D C. But the lagging indicator daily death toll is still rising. In many states. Half the country. 25 states, as well as Washington, DC, in Puerto Rico are reporting increasing deaths. That's a B C's. Mark Remillard, California's public health director, has resigned. Dr. Sonya Angel announced her immediate resignation in an email to her staff late Sunday night. Last week, officials discovered a glitch in the states covert 19 data system that led to delayed information and underreporting of new cases throughout the state. 5 20 year coma Propel Insurance.
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"9 60 Museum in San Francisco and Ed Baxter, Eddie Yeah, and Douglas were getting a little more on this. Let me go through it first. First it sounded like the president lost his mike on. Then he was approached by a Secret service agent saying, Please step outside the briefing room. The president did come back after what about five minutes and said it was a shooting, So they just wanted me to step aside for a little while, just to make sure that everything was cleared as that. It was right in this area. Now What we've learned is the Secret Service reports that it called D C fire, saying one of its officers had shot a person in the upper body. Ah, there is no official statement yet on what prompted the shooting or the condition of the of the person who was shot. Meanwhile, the president said the executive order has been well. Ex Stepped ID by the state's way just had a meeting with the governors and they were very anxious to get money for the people in their states. And if they, depending on the state, we have the right to do what we want to do. Yeah, Not all happy, Though. California Governor Gavin Newsom says the lack of relief and the executive order leave states in a terrible place. The reality of reprogramming That system from $600 down to $400 coming up with an identifiable fund source, eliminating the benefits to those that receive over $100 or less $100 a week. All of those burdens Would create time delays and would create enormous consternation. Yeah, he says, could cost the state over $2 billion a week. Meanwhile, he says he's waiting for data systems to catch up with a number of tests done, But trends look favorable. This is the health director Dr Sonya Angel resigned over the weekend, so Bloomberg's chief Washington correspondent Kevin so, really says All of this sets up a very interesting political season. Just pure logistics. It would be difficult for businesses to decide whether or not to opt into this. Whether or not they would do it retroactively and beyond that, whether or not they can afford it, But beyond from the political implications of that the president wants to have this debate. He's all but daring Democrats to put him into the courts with this. Yeah, China says it will sanction 11 Americans in retaliation for Similar US sanctions. Bloomberg's Stephen Angle These are mostly Republican congressmen, including three senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Tom Cotton. Plus a Republican representative Pat to me, as well as human Rights Watch executive director Kenneth Roth. Yeah, no Trump Cabinet members on the list and U. S Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the US is planning on delisting Chinese companies from exchanges if we didn't make.
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on KGO 810
"Her appointment follows the sudden resignation of Dr Sonya Angel who quit following a breakdown of the system that reports Corona virus test information. Governor Newsome would not go into details about Dr Angel's departure. The decision was made I applaud Dr Angel for making decisions you made. I made it crystal clear. We built a new team. Doctor. Galley has us well. We have fixed the backlog. We're moving in a direction not only to address the short term issues, but as I said, the medium term issues with the system. Governor. Newsome says the state cleared up a backlog of nearly 300,000 cases that are now available for counties to process. The father of the hospitalized 10 year old in South Lake Tahoe is urging tourists to think twice about visiting that area in order to help stop the spread of the Corona virus. Courtly Howard son Mason has a disease linked to Cove in 19 and he says he wonders why city leaders haven't done more to keep visitors away from Tahoe, which has about half of Eldorado counties. Corona virus. Faces South Lake Tahoe City officials say the town's normal population of about 25,000 residents can swell to more than 100,000 on busy summer weekends. Confrontation between an elderly couple and a cow and her calf required the intervention of the CHP over the weekend. It happened in Solano County along a trail and Lynch Canyon Regional Park. A cow, possibly thinking the couple was a threat charged at them, causing them to fall in suffer injuries that brought out the rescue helicopter that hoisted the couple 75 feet into the air to get them to safety. They were treated for injuries and are expected to be okay. A new sponsored by Safeway Shop. Big Anniversary shot The big anniversary sale at Safeway earn four times. The.
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The fact that California's top public health official Has resigned. Dr. Sonya Angel is out as director and state public health officer for the California Department of Public Health. Her resignation letter made public late yesterday did not explain the why that she decided to leave. Politics and government reporter Katie or joins us now to fill us in a bit more, although there is not yet much information surrounding this high level departure rate, Katie That's right. I mean, several calls this morning just to try and see if people even had any idea what was going on. And It seems to have caught a lot of people by surprise. I've got a couple of messages back saying We have no idea what happened. Of course, you know the state is dealing with this huge data issue that we've first learned about. I believe last week where in certain data in terms of testing positive numbers hasn't been getting to the states and to the state and to the county governments. So they don't really have a good on accurate accounting of how many positives they have. Which, of course, is critical. Because the state is relying on those numbers to allow businesses to, you know, remain open or or perhaps, for schools to apply for waivers to be able to meet in person, So there is some speculation that that her resignation is linked to that data problem. And at this point it looks like it's some sort of technology glitch, right? Yeah, it looked like from what I could see, they said there was a technology glitch. And then there was a workaround. And then they tried. They forgot to fix the workaround. But in addition, there was also a certificate that they forgot to renew S O that prevented quest from sending results back to the states, so it seemed like two issues kind of came together. Obviously very frustrating for a lot of the counties and for the state that really depend on this data to say it, so we just forgot to renew the certificate seems Seems like a huge error. Little little issues become really big issues when you're in a pandemic, and AH, when numbers account for so much As you mentioned of whether our businesses open of whether Ah County basically is allowed to be open. Do we know yet Katie about replacements because that's a pretty high position to not have filled during a pandemic. Right. I believe the governor has has two people on tapped to replace her because Dr Angel Angel filled two rules on DH. Forgive me. I don't have their names on the tip of my tongue. But they perhaps Nicole might know, but they hate does have people. Willing, who are going to take over whether they'll be there in the long run. I don't know. The other thing to keep in mind is if this is such A stressful position for these people to be in because this pandemic has basically been nonstop since March, and that we've seen other officials from Newsome's administration resigned, saying, You know, I just can't handle this right now. It's just it's overtaking my life. And we've seen health officials at the county levels resign as well, because even the stress at that smaller level has been too much for Some of these people. The Nicole that Katie just mentioned is cap radios, politics reporter Nicole Nixon and she joins us now, Nicole, are you able to shed any light on that? Yes, So the governor tapped someone in Sandra Suri to serve as acting director of the State Department of Public Health. She is currently a V P for external engagement at the California Health Care Foundation..
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Again if you have questions or comments the number 8667336786 Again 86673367 86 and we'll get Those calls after the break. You can also get in touch on Twitter and Facebook Forum or email your questions to forum dot org's I mean, Kim, stay with us. Here's what's coming up tomorrow. On forum, Dr. Sonya Angel, California's public health director, abruptly resigned her post Sunday. A resignation comes at a crucial time in California's battle with the Corona virus. And just days after news that data failures in the states reporting system created a massive backlog of unreported Corona virus test results. Well, look at this latest news story tomorrow to listen to pass shows and subscribe to our podcast visit committee dot org's slash forum and for the latest updates on our programs and guests, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, where at the form Support for cake comes from yon shrimp and Maria Manetti shrimp founders of the Minetti Shrimp Museum of Arctic UC Davis, which preserves.
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Health official, Dr Sonya Angel, has abruptly resigned, effective immediately. No explanation. It was recently revealed that a computer glitch resulted in California under counting the number of covert 19 cases. Newsome expected a whole news conference today at noon, where he is expected to address the resignation. We will be carrying that briefing for you live when it happens right here on news, 93.1 KFBK. And this morning Willie Brown, one of the most powerful Democrats in California, is recommending that Senator Kamala Harris say no to Joe Biden. If he comes calling and would like her as his running mate. It's very interesting advice. Out to the roads. We go check in with Mr Nobles, although looks not too bad, Just one problem. This reporter's Roger by the podcast Pete in Sebastian, Show that activities on West down I 80. Just a little before Madison who's caused by a wrong way. Driver. Someone used the Madison Avenue off rent. Get on to the free white. Two right lanes of Black Haven't gotten any new information on this from CHP since about four by almost 1/2 an hour now, But you're going to hit the back up. Just get past Antelope Road, No estimated time giving it I cleared up the Pete and Sebastian Show with Corey, Alan Sebastian Maniscalco H two favorite Italian American comedians, bringing new nonstop last and outrageous stories from snapshots of their everyday lives. Find beaten Sebastian showing the I Heart radio ad or wherever you get podcast traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news, 93.1 Kfbk. Sunshine today with an afternoon high of 93 to 97 tonight will be clear with a low of 61 to 65. Mostly sunny tomorrow with a high of 92 94 when day plenty of sunshine and very warm high 95 to 99. Immaculately meteorologist Joe Lundberg News, 93.1 time now for the debrief your featured audio clips virtually all morning long had to do with the.
"dr sonya angel" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Dr Sonya Angel said She's departing from a role as director of state public health officer for the California Department of Public Health, in a letter released late yesterday. The announcement came just days after the state announced a fix for a glitch that caused the leg and collecting Corona virus test information that's used to make the decisions about reopening businesses and schools. Angel did not give a specific reason for her departure, The Health and Human Services Agency has tapped to people to fill Angels positions. One would be acting health director and the other would be acting state public health officer. A federal judge has ordered PG and E to better inspect high voltage power lines, hire more tree trimming supervisors and upgrade records regarding the age of electrical equipment as part of the efforts to prevent deadly and destructive wildfires and other disasters. The San Francisco Chronicle reports. The conditions are part of PG and e's probation after the deadly San Bruno gas pipeline explosion back in 2010. The judge's order came after months of negotiations. PG and E says it remains focused on safety. The California Department of Public Health announced the state's number of covert 19 cases stood at 554 1 50 As of yesterday, The department says there have been more than 8.82 million tests conducted in California, an increase of nearly 118,600 over the last 24 hour reporting period. Department says there have been just under 10,300 Corona virus deaths in California since the start of the pandemic. The Times reported her most of beaches using private consulting firm Willoughby Group to help city police the enforcement of the face coverings in public. More help. Ordinance enforcement officials begin assisting police on Saturday. We'll be checking your roadways just ahead. New to Medicare start No good of.
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"Bay Area. Learn more at S f l g dot com On K Q. E D the time right now is 7 30 Live from Kait. Greedy news. I'm Danielle Benton, The head of California's Public Health department has resigned last night, Dr Sonya Angel announced she was stepping down. Angel is departing from her role as director and state public health officer. She did not give a specific reason for leaving, state officials say. Sandra Suri, who works at the California Health Care Foundation, will become acting health director. Dr Erica Pan, who was recently appointed state epidemiologist after being Alameda counties. Top health official will be the acting state public health officer. A new study from the city of San Jose finds that while immigrants largely make up the essential work force, they are being disproportionately hit by the economic effects of the pandemic Shannon Lin reports, according to the study, published Friday. Immigrants, including those who are undocumented, make up a large percent of the agricultural food service and health care sectors and CNN say, however, many are also employed at businesses like hotels and salons that have suffered amid shelter in place orders. So Mama See, l is the director of the city's Office of Immigrant Affairs. She says she's particularly worried about undocumented immigrants who don't get federal aid. It's a community not only of going to Matt with ease public benefit like these checks, but they are so are least likely to have adequate insurance most likely to be renters. Maciel says the city has been providing income relief checks to undocumented immigrants through private donations. I'm Shannon Lin News. A knife. State prison staff member has died from Cove in 19 complications this time, and for the first time a correctional officer at San Quentin, 55 year old Gilbert Bobby Polanco, worked on death row and had been fighting covered 19 for over a month. He died early yesterday morning. Acting San Quentin Warden Rob Ron broom, Feld said Polanco's memory will be carried by the staff who continue to fight the Koven 19 infection at San Quentin. Over 250 staff members at San Quentin tested positive for the virus off those about 90 have returned to work. The East Base. First bus line with dedicated lanes has opened weeds for Cal Maria Dylan has more A C transit has given its new bus rapid transit line, a special name. Tempo, but it actually just replaces the busy line One, which runs from the San Leandro Bart Station through east Oakland to 20th and Broadway and Uptown Tempo has brand new buses that can interact with traffic lights to speed their way and 46 stations, mostly in the middle of international Boulevard. Transit planners say the dedicated lane will mean less bunching of buses, with writers waiting no more than 10 minutes during peak commuting ours. The project took 20 years cost $232 million faced stiff opposition from business owners on international. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan News. More at TBD dot orch IM Danielle Benton Support today comes from fieldwork brewing, featuring same day delivery of craft beer, seven Bay Area locations, online orders it fieldwork brewing dot com. On morning edition Coming up Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai was arrested under the new National security Law Lie is the most significant figure to be targeted since the long was imposed by China more than a month ago. Stay tuned. The idea that having Children is the mark of a normal successful life has lingered in American society. Despite pushback and many people today, especially women still face scrutiny over the decision not to have kids.
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"The UC system or on the staff, you will have to get a flu shot. That is by executive order of the system. Sure, because you know what we have the Corona virus problem, And the last thing you need is also a four way haven't gotten those numbers. Yet, as the flu sees season is going to kick in, and we haven't heard any any combination of flu and colds. On a virus. What? What? How that works. And that's going to be interesting in terms of the anti vaxxers. Hey, fine. You don't want to vaccinate. You know what? Why don't you go to university at home? And I have your mom and Dad stay home and teach you all. For example, college level calculus. More advanced medieval liturgy, literature, knock your socks off. The one thing about this story that I thought was kind of interesting is I read an article last night that was written by a doctor from N U and she was talking about people going out and getting the flu shot And she said, Please don't go get it before September or October because the flu shot wanes over time. So she wants to make sure that you are covered for the flu during the actual flu season. So if people run out and get this too early, it could wear off by the end of flu season. It's all crazy in that sweet spot. It's all wonderful. Alright, guys. Ah, let's do it. Let's take a break. We'll come back and we will continue on. We've got plenty of news yet. Jennifer Jones Lee a NewsBreak from you, the top health director in the state has quit without saying why Dr Sonya Angel emailed.
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"The goal and deliver more pocket a heavy traffic before you get to the G plan, turn And it's slow in the 37 right across the Mayor Alan Bridge through the lane merge, But those are the only slow spots so far. Joe McConnell for 22 years ago, Ed Ball set out to find the descendents of the slaves owned by his ancestors. We were there when black and white descendants met will catch up with it Ball next time here and now join us for here And now, after forum today on weedy public radio, coming up from 11 to 1 Sacramento Valley, mostly sunny skies, temperature's warmed up a bit. 93 2101 today, Sacramento's high about 97. The Bay Area so morning cloudiness, then clearing Good morning. The time now is 5 30 Live from Kait. Greedy news. I'm Danielle Benton, The head of California's Public Health department, has resigned last night, Dr Sonya Angel announced she was stepping down. Angel is departing from her role as director and state public health officer. She did not give a specific reason for leaving, state officials say Sanders Suri, who now works at the California Health Care Foundation, will become acting health director Dr Erica Pan, who was recently appointed state epidemiologist. After being Alameda counties. Top health official will be acting state public health officer. Change comes after state officials revealed that a computer glitch had caused a backlog of up to 300,000 Corona virus test records. A new study from the city of San Jose finds that while immigrants largely makeup, the essential work force, they're being disproportionately hit by the economic effects of the pandemic kick you ladies, Shannon Lin reports. According to the study published Friday. Immigrants, including those who are undocumented, make up a large percent of the agricultural food service and health care sectors in San Jose. However, many are also employed at businesses like hotels and salons that have suffered amid shelter in place orders. Soma Maciel is the director of the city's Office of Immigrant Affairs. She says she's particularly worried about undocumented immigrants who don't get federal aid. It's this community that not only is going to matter, Steve public benefit like these checks, but they are so are least likely to have adequate insurance most likely to be renters. Maciel says. The city has been providing income relief checks to undocumented immigrants through private donations. I'm Shannon Lin kick. Edie news operators of a casino in Tracy say their card room is the first in the state to reopen after the Corona virus shut down with card table set up outdoors. They say this is a test of whether outdoor gambling can attract card sharks during the pandemic. Julie Chang Reports Stars Casino A card room had been closed.
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"Installed on their tables. The owner says he's fully booked every night by diners wanting to feel safe like we're eating at home, you know, just me and my husband's. The restaurant was initially closed when the pandemic hit Turkey. That's when the owner renovated. Wendy Gillette, CBS News Public health director in California, is stepping down. Dr. Sonya Angel did not give a reason for her resignation, which comes after a major blunder with the state's Cove it 19 tracking system, a computer glitch. Caused several 1000 cases to go on reported another GPS epic fail this time it happens in Wyoming. Residents of a rural area in Wyoming south of Yellowstone National Park, say that the apple maps APP has been misdirecting travellers trying to get to the attraction. Dozens of lost tourists ended up in one neighborhood near Jackson Hole. Neighbors guess it. About 20 vehicles a day ended up diverted to the residential community along the Wyoming Idaho border. Apple says the problem has since been fixed. Residents say they were more sympathetic than annoyed and tried to make the best of it. One woman even painted some rocks yellow. We'll rake off CBS News. 7 20 Entertainment news now from Billy Costa, at our sister station, Kiss 10 wait, that's brought to us by find mass money dot com. Fire breaks out overnight at the home of celebrity chef Rachel Ray, both Ray and her husband, along with their dog bell up safe after flames were seen shooting through the roof of their house in upstate New York. Just hours before the fire. Ray shared photos of their dinner, which included you Ready? Smoked filet mignon. Subs Madonna says she's got a new project in the works. The material Girl says she's working on a screenplay with the Oscar winning writer of the movie. Juno and Disney World will be reducing.
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"I'm Scott Simon. There were a record number of daily death due to Corona virus in California this week. And with roughly 300,000 cases across the strait in a surge of hospitalizations. Some. I see youse are close to capacity. Dr Sonya Angel is director of Californians Department of Public Health, and she joins us from Sacramento. Dr. Angel Thanks so much for being with us. It's a pleasure to join you today. I have to ask you, Doctor. What happened in California The state acted so quickly and decisively in the early days. We did call for a statewide stay at home order that was back in March, and since then we have continued to use data and evidence to guide our decision Making. So at the end of May, we really realized that we had stabilized and actually bend the curve, and we made some very thoughtful decisions to begin to re open but in a way that would reduce the risk of exposure for individuals. Outside of the home, But we always were very clear that as long as Kobe 19 is in our community, and we do not have the level of immunity necessary that everyone would still remain at risk, and what we're learning is. It just didn't happen that way that people started to gather when they shouldn't be gathering and that's led to what we see. Now, as this increasing number of cases it is of particular concern. Dr Angel with respect to Californians. Did too many people in your beloved state just do things that weren't in their best interest. People are social creatures. We all want to see and spend time with one another. I think there's no finger pointing at any one individual. I think collectively, all of us just need to change the way we are reacting and responding to each other and the way that we keep in touch and care for each other, and that means that we spend time further apart. For longer periods of time. And when we do come in contact with one another, we do things that help protect one another. And that means that we wear face masks, and we keep Ah physical distance as we're having that conversation and catching up. People are lining up a Disneyland this week has been a good idea to reopen. So the openings that are occurring are very specific, like restaurants and in our restaurants. It's outdoor dining, so there's elements of different areas that are opening across the state that have been allowed to open by counties. But those are also being modified. So these are not people lining up to get on rides together. Governor. Newsome recently ordered the re shut down if I might put it that way of restaurants and other public spaces in several counties. Ah, what do you confronting now? We have had a recognition that when people move more if the rates of infection start to increase, we will be willing to start to pull back some of the open sectors and that's exactly what we did this past week. We put into a public health order that did indeed close bars and modify restaurants and other types of places where people gather like family entertainment wineries and made those places still able to operate. But on ly if the activities were brought outside, Dr Angel, what can the rest of the country learned from California? This is a pandemic. And if this is a new experience for all of us across the country, and this is a rapid learning environment for assists in exchange of ideas of information and of data, and that's happening in real time. I think we're all learning from each other. How important it is to really acknowledge that coded 19 years here for the long term, so we need to be comfortable with them. We need to be very proactive about reinforcing a lot of these non pharmaceutical interventions, and we really need to take Open 19 seriously. Tony Angel is director of California Department of Public Health. Thanks so much for being with us. It was absolutely my pleasure. Thank you. At least 17 people have been shot in Chicago since just yesterday afternoon. Every weekend. Over the past 90 days, Chicago has watched his dozens of people have been wounded or killed in shootings. President Trump is making something Nobody talked to Sean Hannity about it, Unf Ox this weekend. What's going on in Chicago, and we are looking at it very seriously because we're gonna have to do something. We've asked that. You know, we're really supposed to be asked to come in and help the federal government and we have the greatest people in the world. And we can solve it. Patrick Smith is a criminal justice reporter for W. B Z in Chicago and joins us now, Patrick, Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me. How grave is the gun Violence problem in Chicago right now. It's very grave. In the 1st 6 months of the year, nearly 700 people were shot in Chicago, 329 people were killed. The city is on pace for more murders this year than we've had in more than a decade. Just last weekend, the fourth of July weekend. Nearly 90 people were shot. 17 of them died another weekend in June a few weeks before that, there were more than 100 people shot between Friday and Monday. It is almost too hard to think about the fact that so many of the victims of gun violence have been Children. That's right. Eso. Far this year, More than 25 kids have been killed by guns in Chicago. Actually, just last night, a 15 year old boy was killed by gunshots to the back. According to police. The info we have on most of these cases, the child was obviously not the target. Rather, they were with a family member. Maybe who was targeted or just a stray bullet on DH. Many of the Children killed have been elementary school age or even younger. Recognizing that every case is a tragedy and different. What seems to be behind many of these shootings. You mentioned retaliation. What? What responses There've been from the city to try and interrupt that, And we understand Chicago Police are about to launch a new unit that centered on neighborhoods with the highest rates of violence. Yeah, That's right, you know, so as far as what's driving these The info that I've gotten from police and antiviolence workers on the street is that the shootings are mostly done by young men who are involved with gangs and that it's often interpersonal conflicts that escalate into shootings to combat this police. They're trying a few different tactics. They started up. A mobile summer unit that responds to violence, hot spots and you mentioned CPD is launching a new, citywide anti violence unit that's supposed to respond to areas that CIA surgeon shootings. This is a tactic that's been tried before in the city. And actually, these specialized shooting units have been disbanded in the past out of concern that they alienate residents and heard police community relations, although the relatively new superintendent says they're taking steps to make sure that doesn't happen this time. Cities also been investing in community based gang intervention efforts outside of police efforts. President Trump has has has has leveled a finger at Chicago's violence for a long time trying to make a political point and talked about federal intervention. What's his response been recently to this increase in shootings? Well. He sent a letter a couple weeks ago to Chicago's mayor and the governor of Illinois, saying he was horrified by the shootings in Chicago and offering help. He's never really been specific about what kind of help he's offering. And the local leaders here in Chicago. All of them Democrats have rejected his offers as.