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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All my goodness it is a Monday Mike Reiss millennial grant here and tomorrow Dave breaking Kathy you're back so they have been enjoying some well deserved time off it has been it was fun to fill in the last week we've got one more day to day one more day to be with you right up until twelve noon today three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five and on the text line five six six nine zero will get that fired up because there's a lot to talk about in on Twitter if you want to reach me there always can do that at M. rice K. away and a Monday is upon us and interesting Monday is as well because when you say well how was the weekend like house we can grant well I mean we kids are always good right because their weekends but these weekends have been a little bit different there's no two ways about it and I think it's hard to escape I don't know if you feel the same way grant but for me it's just it's it it's a little bit hard to escape what's going on here and around the country and part of me is like you know I don't want to just escape it from the standpoint of put my head in the sand and pretend it's not going on and yet at the same time it I mean you have to watch how much you take in because it it can be exhausting yeah I mean it's impossible for me right now to escape it because I live downtown yeah they all day all night the past couple nights have been you know sound cannons and sirens constantly so it's been I mean yesterday my girlfriend I we're just stressed out about it you know it's just nonstop and it's always there and then you want to know what's happening so you're checking the live feeds of you know the protests in your scene after the curfew ends you have these people running around Startin fires in the street I mean there was a lot of a lot of really good peaceful protesting going on in Denver there's a really cool scene in Civic Center park where they all laid flat down on their chest for like a minute or something but yesterday I had to leave I I left town I want another landing got out and really got out nature got away from the the constant news cycle for a little bit yeah it was good for me yeah I think you're right back into it you know there's no escape no and and I think that's that's sort of where we're at right now and and on the one hand these are let let me make it a clear distinction the voice in the issues that the peaceful protesters are bringing up in raising our critical the rest of it the riots the looting the fires all of that Dhoni back alternately that just drowns out or attempts to drown out the the real message the real issues that are critical to talk about and critical to disc to discuss we're gonna do some of that today will take some time here in this first segment will also catch up with Dr Steven Cobb of centre health Dr Cobb is an immunologist and there's been so much talk about the virus and suppressed immune systems we wanted to bring on Dr Cobb and just sort of get immunology one oh one if you know what I mean maybe that's just for me because it's it's fascinating to me but we will we will talk with him at nine thirty six will also catch up with Jack Corrigan who is the voice of the Rockies and Major League Baseball players have submitted a counter proposal to the owners one hundred fourteen games players can opt out of this season if they so choose no further pay reductions I don't know that many people really feel that the owners are just going to say sure no problem let's go with this but at least there reading the dialogue in continuing the dialogue so we'll talk with jacket ten oh six and then at eleven thirty six will close the show by checking in with COS let director Rick George just get an update on it sounds like things are moving forward towards colleges and universities and universities having in person classes in the fall certainly see you and see if you have said that CSU has said that after the fall break which comes relatively late in the semester the last couple of weeks of the semester will be online and I know there's finals in there and and whatnot three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five Shawna is in Denver and wants to check in hello Shauna Hey how are you today I'm doing great thanks appreciate the call what's on your mind I just want to talk about the attempted suicide bombers on the highway in Minnesota okay the reason I want to talk about it on Twitter there's a lot of conservatives saying that he didn't kill anyone and he tried to stop for that he stopped for that last guy I'm a physical person and confidently my mom married a truck driver and then she does you know they wanted to drive together so she also got her truck driving license plate confirm this with her this morning to make sure this is what happened there was nobody else on the road okay let me let me just jump in and I'm gonna give you a chance to explain it I must say I have missed this story are you referring to the semi truck driver that was driving on the highway into the groups of protesters are towards a group of protesters oh okay okay I did see that video then okay good and you're not towards into it we tried to go into okay so is the way that you're do you're saying this is what happened based on your mom's account now based on based on it just anyone with half a brain would understand that so let me explain it to you and you'll hear it and you'll get it you'll say okay that makes sense because physics and math he was barreling down the freeway and there is no other cars would have been a very loud sound which is why the protesters all ran out of the way right away and when he noticed that the protesters ran out of the way he started breaking right that he didn't start breaking when he saw that last guy because he couldn't happen it takes a it's really hard to stop SMI now he also had an oil tanker if you were the oil right my right yeah so not sure what but it was one of the yeah yeah either way let's assume it's fall so what he did when when I found my breaks like that normally a jackknife and rolled over and sometimes explode so that's what was going on it wasn't that he stopped for that one protester could it would have been possible he stopped he started breaking when they all ran because he wanted it to Jack night which would have also that hit the people that were on the side okay wonder going to hit and that would have exploded most of probably not definitely but what a role to jackknife that's how he was going to hurt all those people that got out of the way so please quit saying that this guy is some kind of a hero because he didn't have that last protest which shot shot I gotta wait time out time out to time out here it's nine fifteen I've been great I've been on the air literally for six minutes okay we have not even talked about the story and I don't mean to get a little defensive here but we haven't even mentioned the story so just tell us to stop telling saying he's a hero at first I didn't I couldn't even remember what you were talking about if you want to talk about the story that's fine if you're passionate about it which you are I completely respect that we haven't even mentioned it so I don't know who you're referring to when you say you're right okay so now that now that that okay now that we've taken the emotion down a notch and I look this is these are emotional times I'm not trying to be you know hit the sand Manzi pansy unrealistic naivety here I'm just trying to say let's have a conversation so your point in all of that is to say what Matt Walsh Matt Walsh who is a very influential conservative yes I'm familiar with Twitter he's on Twitter right now saying that he didn't have anybody and he stops for that guy and so he's some kind of good guy hero a suicide bomber what we don't know that he was an attempted suicide bomber I don't think I mean I had a brain and understand I'm actually that's not quite fair though that what was that that's that's that's how it works in your mind we don't we haven't even heard from the guy well and it could you could very well be right I'm not defending the guy I'm just saying I don't think we can at this point however few hours after the incident say he was a suicide bomber maybe was maybe was a domestic terrorist I don't know but just because you think that he was doing something doesn't make it so does that make sense what what just the logically look at that we look at it we did it we don't know don't go through it again because all you're saying is this is if you were a logical you think that's the only logical outcome the highway was closed there's no doubt I find I can't account for Mr wall shall be either thirty five W. 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I'm sorry that was that was our computer that jumped in I I I can't I can't account for and I obviously you're upset about that and I appreciate the fact that you would have a different view on that but I you know I think we're gonna have to I don't know what else to say about his motives until we get more information about that incident now could very well be could very well be that you are correct absolutely I mean to me it's curious like you have a truck barreling down here and what's going on first off why is even there I mean those are the kind of things I want I mean if the oil and gas right that's why in his truck but then why didn't he jacked it in let me just play devil's advocate for one second my mom I asked my mom that I asked my mom that and he said she said that you're you're not always going to Jack nine I see and he said because that you get they didn't he didn't hit anything in front of him and there was there was nobody around him whatever and so he probably just you know a got lucky and B. you didn't have anything which was also the cards the Jack and I have to like a big car or something in front of him that way because the Jack nice that you get the protesters got lucky and that it just get it straight and that of yeah Jack nice and rolling Shaughnessy said that they were incredibly lucky that they're all about well no doubt no doubt thank you thank you for calling thank you for waiting and I do appreciate that I really do three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five look at the passion I'm not going to douse the passion the people half his are emotionally charged issues and you know we took a call grant on Friday from I believe Thomas who was very upset about things and we let Thomas be upset for probably longer than we should have just because you know you have to kind of keep things moving on a radio show just how things go but you know what that's okay I get the passion I get T. 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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Pinpoint whether a chance for showers this evening low forty seven eighty eight eighty tomorrow but rainy and sixty on Sunday morning rain and sixty five on Monday it's eighty degrees now in Denver our top story governor Paul S. as calling congressman Scott Tipton a political hypocrite he did on K. away news radio this morning yesterday congressman Tipton was on KOAA blasting the governor for sending out one point six billion dollars and cares fact money without consulting lawmakers I think the bottled produce going through the state legislature to be able to hear from all parties from urban and rural Colorado Democrats and Republicans in terms of allocating funds to be an appropriate way to be able to handle the dollars today Polish says he actually did what Tipton had asked him to do in a letter to weeks ago he's like I'm here you're not gonna send this money out to communities how dare you you need to send out to communities you know and we research I said of course you can send out you don't give us full time and the money was sent out Polish defense how it's being used on our money it's not state backed the latest they can't use it it goes to local communities that went to county health department I went to school districts that went in cities Paulus also claims the two had talk by phone and the issue never came up calling them essential businesses president trump says governors need to clear the way for churches to open now if they don't do it I will override the governor's in America we need more prayer not the less the president says churches should be open this weekend now in Colorado many churches are allowing gatherings up to ten people and they are streaming services online if you have backyard barbecue plans in the Denver area this weekend the weather will cooperate tomorrow Saturday is the best day of the three day weekend with a high of eighty it'll be a little windy with increasing clouds and a straight late day shower thunderstorm that's fox thirty one chief meteorologist Dave Frasier Sunday will be much cooler with highs near sixty and a good chance for late day showers it's a first for the eighteenth judicial district to prosecutors were sworn in today via zoom Centura health says when you have the option wash your hands instead of using hand sanitizer Dr Steven Cobb says hand sanitizer can be a convenient backup but it shouldn't be your first choice on Wall Street the Dow was down nine S. and P. five hundred up seven nasdaq gained thirty nine news brought to you by Belko credit union our next update at three thirty I'm Cathy Walker Kailey newsradio eight fifty A. M. a ninety four one FM everybody at that is a big.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Act doubling the goal when I was forty thousand tests per day the news comes as the governor announced the western capital region as I've qualified on the metrics to re open the first named storm of the season is headed for North Carolina tropical storm Arthur expected to touch down on the Outer Banks tomorrow hurricane specialist Eric Blake national hurricane center storm is generating high seas along the coasts of the southeast U. S. coast and should be spreading up in Midland co star in the next day or two D. swells can cause life threatening surf and rip current conditions I am really can be killers in weeks distance like that in Georgia the Glynn county police department that responded to the February shooting death of twenty five year old jogger Ahmad armory under renewed scrutiny for failing to arrest the two suspects for seventy four days following the murder to county commissioners said the DA's office to block the police department from arresting they make Michaels following the shooting district attorney Jackie Johnson has denied this allegation this is there are growing calls for the Glynn county police to be disbanded A. B. C.'s accurate quiche NASCAR is back the race is on to Darlington no spectators you're listening to ABC news when news radio time is three oh two good afternoon some new data on possible treatment for covert nineteen convalescent plasma treatment involves taking plasma from a recovered cove in nineteen patient and giving it to someone still fighting the disease we still don't know the effectiveness of this treatment even though it hurts really encouraging anecdotal stories and that's Dr Steven Cobb with Centura health Denver hundreds of people in the state have gotten the treatment recent numbers show fifty four patients have received the treatment at Sentara hospitals so far twenty have been discharged at the Medical Center of Aurora eighty five percent of the people receiving the treatment have survived the governor says he expects public schools to re open when it comes time for students to return to class in the fall on fox news Sunday governor Poloz called schools a critical and necessary part of society it's also going to be somewhat of a hybrid environment but by and large I think across our state across our nation kids are gonna be able to return to school in the fall he did however say that schools should be prepared to close from time to time if a breakout happens and that some students up to twenty percent will be allowed to work from home there's a red flag warning today for a large portion of the southwestern Spain part of the state and things not gonna die down anytime quickly Monday the fire danger will spread into pretty much all of central and southeastern south.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To people Texas reporting it single highest daily rate of increase of coronavirus infections the number of cases in the state jumping by more than eighteen hundred in a single day tropical storm Arthur set to impact parts of North Carolina forty mile per hour winds three hundred eighty miles per hours south southwest of Cape Hatteras you're listening to ABC news news radio time one oh two some new data on a possible treatment for covert nineteen convalescent plasma treatment involves taking plasma from recovered patient and giving it to someone is still fighting the disease we still don't know the effectiveness of this treatment even though it hurts really encouraging anecdotal stories Dr Steven Cobb with century health Denver hundreds of people in the state have gotten that treatment recent numbers show fifty four patients receive the treatment at Chinsurah hospitals and so far twenty have been discharged at the Medical Center of Aurora eighty five percent of the people receiving the treatment have survived red flag warnings up today for a large portion of south western Colorado and things will not die down quickly Monday the fire danger will spread into pretty much all of central and southeastern south central Colorado as well where humidity is will be lower and winds are really gonna start to increase its meteorologist Dave Barton broke with the National Weather Service those parts of the state will see gusty winds low relative humidity and dry fuels governor poll is changing his mind on signature collecting rules during the pandemic governor Poloz says petitioners can now gather signatures by mail and email he signed an executive order.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"China took down the U. S. economy the Chinese did take that down in about thirty days when asked what evidence he has to support that I did not say they deliberately did it he then cited a recent department of homeland security report that found China withheld the severity of covert nineteen as it was internally stockpiling medical supplies Chinese behind the shield of the World Health Organization for two months hit the virus from the world but in February is covered nineteen was spreading president trump repeatedly said Chinese president xi has done a quote good job Markram alarmed ABC news one sector of the economy that's been ravaged by the pandemic restaurants details from ABC's Deirdre Bolton a new restaurant report shows that if this pandemic lasts another six months owners say their own chances of survival are only fifteen percent forty nine states will have lifted some restrictions by Monday but Hawaii has a strict quarantine policy in place for out of state travelers ABC Trevor Ault has more on that crack down a New York man who traveled to Hawaii all rested authorities accusing him of violating quarantine orders saying they were tipped off he repeatedly left his hotel because he posted several beach photos on Instagram former president Barack Obama told college graduates the pandemic's pulled back the curtain on the idea people in charge know what they're doing he also said the pandemic and laid bare a lot of our country's deep seated problems for massive economic inequality the ongoing racial disparities to a lack of basic health care for people who need you're listening to ABC news radio time nine oh to some new data on a possible treatment for covert nineteen convalescent plasma treatment involves taking plasma from a recovered patient and giving it to someone still fighting the disease we still don't know the effectiveness of this treatment even though it hurts really encouraging anecdotal stories Dr Steven Cobb with century health Denver hundreds of people in the state have gotten that treatment recent numbers show fifty four patients have received the treatment at central hospitals and so far twenty have been discharged at the Medical Center of Aurora eighty five percent of the people receiving their treatment have survived red flag warnings up today for a large portion of southwestern Colorado and things will not die down quickly Monday the fire danger will spread into pretty much all of central and southeastern south.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Always dread is a significant incident with the potential of a lot of our firefighters injured all of the eleven injured firefighters are expected to survive although two were on ventilators for in the I. C. U. they have burns over varying degrees of their bodies Alex down ABC news Los Angeles no fans for NASCAR's return today in South Carolina you're listening to ABC news a news radio time seven oh two some new data on a possible treatment for covert nineteen convalescent plasma treatment involves taking plans not from a recovered patient and giving it to someone still fighting the disease we still don't know the effectiveness of this treatment even though it hurts really encouraging anecdotal stories Dr Steven Cobb with century health Denver hundreds of people in this state have gotten that treatment recent numbers show fifty four patients have received the treatment at century hospitals so far twenty have been discharged at the Medical Center of Aurora eighty five percent of the people receiving the treatment have survived the governor changing his mind on its signature collecting rules during the pandemic governor Poloz says petitioners can now gather signatures by mail and email he signed an executive order authorizing the secretary of state to create temporary rules allowing the change he signed another executive order which temporarily suspends the requirement of signing petitions in the presence of a petition circulator the governor also extended an executive order limiting in person contact for twenty twenty elections while allowing them to proceed safely and without interruption Laura hands Kaylee newsradio bolder boulder officials are still planning on a race this year hoping for the best the normal Memorial Day road race is currently scheduled for Labor Day one of Colorado's national parks is working on a phased reopening great sand dunes officials plan to increase availability to the dunes the first week of June a new restaurant report shows that if the corona virus pandemic last another six months owners say their chances of staying open or just fifteen percent robin and Steve humble run free range of farm to table eatery in basalt there's no crystal ball right now we don't know when things are going to achieve the gas and if there is going to be another crisis the census bureau says half of small business owners say they'll be out of cash within a month Dave we K. okay way newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Huge explosions and it looked like everything was just on fire I haven't seen anything just explode that much for the sixth year in a row a name the storm has developed before the official June first start of the Atlantic hurricane season tropical storm Arthur has formed off the coast of Florida you're listening to ABC news radio time is four oh two the governor changed his mind on signature collecting rules during the pandemic governor Poloz says petitioners can now gather signatures by mail and email he signed an executive order authorizing the secretary of state to create temporary rules allowing the change he signed another executive order which temporarily suspends the requirement of signing petitions in the presence of a petition circulator the governor also extended an executive order limiting in person contact for twenty twenty elections while allowing them to proceed safely and without interruption Laura hands KOAA news radio and some new data on a possible treatment for echo the nineteen convalescent plasma treatment involves taking plasma from a recovered covered nineteen patient and giving it to someone still fighting the disease still don't know the effectiveness of this treatment even though it hurts really encouraging anecdotal stories that's Dr Steven Cobb hundreds of people in the state have gotten the treatment recent numbers show fifty four patients have received the treatment at St terra hospitals so far twenty have been discharged at the Medical Center of Aurora eighty five percent of the sixty two people receiving the treatment have survived a new restaurant report shows that if current virus pandemic last another six months owners say their chances of survival are only a fifteen percent robin and Steve humble run free range a farm to table eatery in basalt Colorado crystal all right now we don't know when things are going to achieve the gas and if there is going to be another crisis the census bureau says half of small business owners say they'll be out of cash without it within a month and the Denver zoo has a new resident at gravy zebra was born this week Greg zebras are the largest type zebra weighing up to nine hundred and fifty pounds for more news listen to the daily dive.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Help treat cobit nineteen patients now the White House says president trump will be using his broad authority to compel General Motors to build ventilators president trump has seemed reluctant to utilize the defense production act instead saying he prefers a voluntary approach to getting companies to pitch in during the corona virus crisis but the White House is now saying the president plans to compel GM to help ABC news contributor and former White House security adviser Tom Bossert the president seems to have had some sort of break down what she and we don't know if it was over priced terms or delivery terms sources have told ABC news the sticking point may have been over the time line of how long it would take for production to reach full capacity Margaret Millar ABC news president trump on Friday Sunday two point two trillion dollar stimulus intended to help Americans who've been financially impacted this will deliver urgently needed relief to our nation's families workers and businesses the president also dodging his suggestion that the country could re open by Easter might not happen the president admitting it's unlikely Americans will as he hopes pack the church's again this Easter do want to flatten the curve we want to see that curve start heading down in the other direction at a minimum and we really have to talk about areas of the country that have not been affected or certainly have had a very small affected some states already blog visitors from other more infected areas making it harder for those hot spot residents to travel anywhere in the field ABC news Washington former senator Tom Coburn who represented Oklahoma in the house and the Senate died of prostate cancer at seventy two and civil rights icon Joseph Lowery died at ninety eight he was an aide to Martin Luther king junior and prayed to Barack Obama's inauguration in two thousand nine you're listening to ABC news J. O. A. news radio time is nine oh two all Rado has seen the worst of this United States hasn't seen the worst of this and the world hasn't seen the worst of it seven polls yesterday gave us a glimpse of how bad things could get up to corona virus spreads rapidly and people don't follow the state's state home executive order here's why doing nothing is not an option based on the infection rate in Colorado the state could see over thirty three thousand deaths if we ignore the governor's state hold water and don't practice social distancing but if sixty percent of us stay home and keep our distance we could actually reduce that number to eleven thousand five hundred now if measures to slow the spread really start the work the number of deaths could get all the way down to just four hundred on a typical day in Colorado without this virus about a hundred people die each day Jerry bell K. we news radio host said he wants to add about a thousand hospital beds by may and five thousand by summer in a worst case scenario they would need over thirteen thousand by the end of April a majority of elective and non emergency procedures are on hold to limit the number of people coming into hospitals so Centura health is finding new ways to use doctors who aren't as busy as those were treating covert nineteen patients doing that is to reduce exposure of our medical staff to this virus and to minimize the use of personal protective equipment Dr Steven Cobb the chief medical officer for Centura health's Denver metro group told our partners at fox thirty one that additional moves could include using urgent care doctors in the ER and cardiologists to assist in the I see you with many of us working from home there's concern about the fire danger south metro fire Selena Silva has a few tips to reduce this risk is to use Chargers cords that are made specifically for your device ones that are manufactured approved he says it's best to minimize the use of power strips on the number of things you have plugged in at once our next news updates at nine thirty Chuck Clark on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The time five oh two the number of coronavirus cases in Colorado continues to increase Colorado now has one hundred thirty one positive cases of covert nineteen the Colorado department of public health and environment confirm thirty new positive cases today the test results include twenty five from the state lab and five from private testing facilities the latest thirty positive cases are in ten different counties eleven of those cases are females nineteen are males Chad Bauer K. away news radio and the CD PHP says anyone who has been an eagle summit pecan organising counties in the past week should minimize all contact with other people currently there are forty positive cases in those four counties officials say although everyone is urged to follow CDC guidelines it's an urgent need for residents and visitors of mountain communities those are experiencing high rates of community transition when it comes to best practices for staving off the virus we've heard it over and over but health experts continue to reiterate the two most effective things to do are the social distancing and isolation that we talked about in hand washing for lots and lots of hand washing soap and water you know the hand sanitizers that we have those are really the most effective ways that's Dr Steven Cobb was unsure of Denver experts also emphasized the importance of people who aren't feeling well staying home Denver DMV branches will be closed to the public beginning Monday until further notice staff will not be reporting to work until March twenty sixth there will be a grace period through April ninth for expired vehicle registrations and newly purchased vehicles not yet registered some grocery stores are having to adjust their business hours so they can restock shelves at Walmart stores grocery pick up and delivery is currently suspended and stores have changed their hours to close at eleven PM and re open daily at six AM king soopers says they will temporarily reduce the hours there store stay open as of today all locations will be open from seven AM to eight PM instead of five to midnight next up at five thirty I'm Tomaselli okailey newsradio eight fifty AM ninety four one F. northbound I. twenty five drive.

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hundred thirty one cases that's up thirty from the last count meanwhile health experts continue to bang the drum on best practices for avoiding coronavirus Dr Steven Cobb was a center of Denver keeping on six feet of distance between you and another person can be protective from droplets that are sneezed or coughed into it into the air experts also emphasizing the importance of people who aren't feeling well staying home people are not staying home from the grocery stores and the stores are having to adjust their hours so they can re stock the shelves Walmart grocery pick up and delivery is currently suspended stores will be closing at eleven PM a re opening at six AM king soopers also temporarily reducing the hours their stores stay open as of today all locations will be open from seven AM to eight PM instead of the normal five to midnight Colorado ski mountains are closed at least for the time being and it's affecting not only skiers and boarders with plenty of workers in resort towns like Vail it is a little worrying working here I have been is the people coming in especially for workers to shop safely because seems like my I have to leave sooner if it gets worse with those lips closed down the hotels shops and restaurants in the ski towns also being affected a woman in crested Butte says she has coronavirus Lisa Merck says she began feeling badly she and her husband were leaving for a trip to Hawaii and they kicked in when she got back to crested Butte my muscles ached and my joints ached really bad it felt like somebody was like stabbing me with an ice pick Merck says she got a positive test results three days ago she is in isolation currently with her husband says she is starting to feel healthier and again to repeat the top story the Colorado coronavirus cases now up to one hundred thirty one cases that according to Colorado public health officials that is a thirty from the last count our next update comes your way at two thirty I'm Pamela Sally on cable news radio eight fifty AM ninety four one FM absolutely no problems get around Denver at this hour Aug twenty five is are clear green and good to go north.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"State's total now more than one hundred health experts are continuing to bang the drum on best practices for avoiding corona virus Dr Steven Cobb with a century Denver keeping us six feet of distance between you and another person can be protective from droplets that are sneezed or coughed into it into the air and experts continue to emphasize the importance of people who are not feeling well staying home finally a woman in crested Butte has tested positive Lisa Merck says she began feeling badly as she and her husband were returning from a trip to Hawaii she says it really kicked in when she got home to crested Butte my muscles ached in my joints ached really bad it felt like somebody was like stabbing me with an ice pick Merck says she got a positive test result mid week last week she's been in isolation with her husband and says she is beginning to feel better next update at twelve thirty David Kay okay way newsradio eight fifty AM at ninety four one on FM well nothing but good news for your drive up and down the up front range right now we put that earlier crash I. twenty five northbound at the Loveland exit highway thirty four traffic is getting back to normal we still have some delays in the area there are twenty five though north and south bound through Denver wide open clear green and good to go no problems on I. seventy east and westbound through town we've cleared one crash at Park Avenue west end Blake street fox thirty one pinpoint weather partly cloudy high today in the mid fifties and overnight low near thirty five back to work Monday mostly sunny with a high near sixty.

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"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr steven cobb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Listening to ABC news a news radio time eleven OO to the run on non perishable food cleaners and toilet paper continues KOAA news radio's Laura hatch was at the lone tree cosco the line is wrapped almost half way around the store itself continuing story people lining up wanting to get groceries prepare stock up to that situation continuing this Sunday morning Laura hatch Keighley news radio king soopers cutting back its hours to make for more time to restock depleted shelves most metro area king soopers will be open from seven AM to eight PM health experts continue to bang the drum on best practices for avoiding corona virus Dr Steven Cobb with century Denver keeping us six feet of distance between you and another person can be protective from droplets that are sneeze or cough into the into the air experts have also been emphasizing the importance of people who aren't feeling well staying home Colorado's ski mountains are closed at least for the time being it's affecting not only skiers and boarders but plenty of workers in resort towns like Vail it is a little worrying working here avenues the people coming in especially for workers to shop safely it kind of seems like it might have to leave sooner if it gets worse with the lift still hotels shops and restaurants also affected Colorado restricting visitors at nursing homes and assisted living facilities vendors and suppliers will still be able to drop off things at nursing homes but visitors won't be allowed the facilities are being directed to offer alternative communication methods for people who would like to virtually visit their loved ones Kathy.