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COVID vaccine deal reached

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

COVID vaccine deal reached

"There are reports this morning that the federal government and pharmaceutical giant Fizer have reached a deal for the drug maker to provide at least 70 million Maura doses of its Corona virus vaccine. Former CDC Director Tom for Dr Tom Frieden says the government needs to give a unified message to the public about trusting the recommendations that were giving and whether or not people are going to wear masks. Avoid. Crowding together, talk with contact treasures when they call that here to quarantine so that they don't infect other people. All of that is important, and all of that relies on trust Fizer and the government of been wrangling over access to manufacturing supplies. But they've apparently reached a deal involving the government to invoke the Defense Production act to make components needed for the vaccine more readily

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"It could be just days before the FDA grants. Approval for Fizer is Corona virus vaccine, But health officials say the road ahead is long. Dr. Tom Frieden is the former for former director of the CDC. Things can go wrong. It can be a bumpy road vaccine is difficult to produce and mass producing. It has never been done before. Already. We saw Fizer reduce its estimate from 100 million doses to 50 million doses, so I think it's going to be many months before all of us who want the vaccine can get it. Covert tracking project. Reports more than 101,000 people are currently hospitalized due to the Corona virus. A new record correspondent Nicky Batiste, Dozens of Connecticut doctor's worried about increased hospitalizations and deaths, sent a letter to Governor Ned Lamont with an urgent appeal shut down in nor dining in gyms now to stop the spread. The letter, spearheaded by Dr Luke Davis, prompted an online petition signed by more than 750 people, despite new vaccine. Is on the horizon. He reminds the public not to let down its guard. You have to be constantly vigilant. Let's stay at home order is going into effect in San Francisco and four surrounding counties. KCBS TV reporter darlin I talked with the hair salon managers as she worries power workers will be able to pay their rents if they can't work where 100% ready to work outside, But it is completely devastating. When they shut us down completely and say sorry, no work at all. A lot of these.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It could be just days before the FDA grants. Approval for Fizer is Corona virus vaccine, But health officials say the road ahead is long. Dr. Tom Frieden is the former Fort Former director of the CDC. Things can go wrong. It can be a bumpy road vaccine is difficult to produce and mass producing. It has never been done before. Already. We saw Fizer reduce its estimate from 100 million doses to 50 million doses, so I think it's going to be many months before all of us who want the vaccine can get it. Covert tracking project. Reports more than 101,000 people are currently hospitalized due to the Corona virus. A new record correspondent Nicky Batiste, Dozens of Connecticut doctor's worried about increased hospitalizations and deaths sent a letter to Governor Ned Lamont within urgent appeal shutdown in nor dining in gyms now to stop the spread. The letter, spearheaded by Dr Luke Davis, prompted an online petition signed by more than 750 people, despite new vaccine. Is on the horizon. He reminds the public not to let down its guard. You have to be constantly vigilant. Let's stay at home order is going into effect in San Francisco and four surrounding counties. KCBS TV reporter darlin I talked with the hair salon manager. As she worries, however, workers will be able to pay their rents if they can't work. We're 100% ready the work outside, but it is completely devastating. When they shut us down completely and say sorry, no work at all. A lot of these business owners say they're not.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We're learning who the C D. C is recommending to be the first to get vaccinated. Today an official road map to ending this pandemic as members of a federal advisory committee officially voted on who should be first in line first up our healthcare heroes and nursing home patients ravaged by the virus 24 million Americans who could start getting the first doses in about two weeks. Once approved by the FDA. The first batch of Fizer vaccines is expected to be delivered to hospitals on December 15. The first batch of the Madonna vaccine a week later from their states will use this road map to get the vaccine in the arms of Americans, which is expected to take about five months. Doctor William Schaffner is an advisor for the committee that voted today. What are you still concerned about? Delivering it in the United States alone to 330 million people will have to be reassuring will have to be persuasive. There are people who are skeptical lots of people. The next phase is expected to begin in January. We'll focus on the 87 million essential workers, teachers, police, firefighters and workers in food production and transportation. He's one C will include adults over the age of 65 those with high risk medical conditions more than 153 million people. This is the most complicated vaccine campaign in United States history. Dr. Tom Frieden, the former CDC director, says there are a lot of challenges in this rollout. And unless Congress provides substantial funds to state and local governments, there's going to be a lot of difficulty getting this vaccine used as soon and safely is part Simple. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has a plan in place National Guard is in charge here. They've been practicing. They're ready to go. This is necessary to get them out to the smaller, smaller counties. It'll be up to a state.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Get vaccinated today an official road map to ending this pandemic as members of a federal advisory committee officially voted on who should be first in line first up our healthcare heroes and nursing home patients ravaged by the virus 24 million Americans who could start getting the first doses in about two weeks. Once approved by the FDA. The first batch of Fizer vaccines is expected to be delivered to hospitals on December 15. The first batch of the Madonna vaccine a week later from their states will use this road map to get the vaccine in the arms of Americans, which is expected to take about five months. Doctor William Schaffner is an advisor for the committee that voted today when you still concerned about Delivering it in the United States alone to 330 million people will have to be reassuring will have to be persuasive. There are people who are skeptical lots of people. The next phase is expected to begin in January, will focus on the 87 million essential workers, teachers, police, firefighters and workers in food production and transportation. He's one C will include adults over the age of 65 those with high risk medical conditions more than 153 million people. This is the most complicated vaccine campaign in United States history. Dr. Tom Frieden, the former CDC director, says there are a lot of challenges in this rollout and unless Congress provides substantial funds to state and local governments, There's going to be a lot of difficulty getting this vaccine used as soon and safely as possible. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has a plan in place National Guard is in charge here. They have been practicing. They're ready to go. This is necessary to get them out to the smaller, smaller counties. It'll be upto state.

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CDC advisers to vote Tuesday on who will be first in line for a vaccine

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:12 min | 3 months ago

CDC advisers to vote Tuesday on who will be first in line for a vaccine

"To develop and distribute a safe, effective corona virus vaccine well underway. Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control are set to me today, deciding who will get that vaccine first. Here's NBC's George Stephanopoulos joined now by Dr Tom Frieden, the former CDC director who is now president and CEO of Resolve to save lives. Dr. Frieden. Thank you for joining us. Take us inside this prioritization process deciding who's going to get the vaccine. And when you've got about 20 million doses, But you have 87 million essential workers. 53 million over the age of 65 millions more with chronic conditions. How do you decide? Fundamentally, You wanna look at three things, George, One is how much good you going to do? How many lives you're gonna say Second is what's fair. What's the fair way to do it? And the third is How can we do this openly? Transparently so that there's no back room deals. It's clear what's happening and the A C. I P. That committee That's meeting today is the right group to do that. They are the top experts in the country on vaccines, and they consider all those factors in terms of maximum benefit. You want to really focus on nursing homes, because that's where 40% of the deaths have been in terms of fairness, you want to make sure that doctors get it because the nurses and all health care workers, not just the people who you may see stories about, but people cleaning the floors that people checking people in the people who are exposed and heart at risk, not just of getting it, but of spreading it. Those three principles are what guide and this kind of public discussion and decision is really healthy way that have this prioritization done. You're right. Transparency is important. Of course, the vaccine still needs to be approved. We're hoping for it to happen within days. Can anything slow that down? We do expect approval to come pretty soon, but I would also expect there to be bumps in the road in the vaccination program. When you vaccinate millions of people. Some people get really sick after the vaccination, and you don't know whether that was the vaccine, or that was just coincidence. So that has to be studied carefully or you're going to get all sorts of wild rumors flying around. That's another place where you really need transparency. This is how many cases of severe adverse effects we may have, or may expect. Is it higher? Is it related there? Maybe production problems. There may be rumors. There may be people who don't want to take it even if you do have the vaccine, So this is probably George the single most Complicated vaccination program in American history, even though it's happened, so expect that they're going to be some bumps in the road. No question about that. As we wait for the vaccine. It certainly appears that all signs are too are pointing toward a dark winter before relief in the spring. Even though the vaccine news is very encouraging. It's not here yet, and therefore we have to double down on safety protocols or we're going to see the worst season we've had for covert. We've already as you show reaching 100,000 hospitalizations in the next week or so we'll hit 2000 deaths per day on average in the next few weeks, Sadly, We can all do more and more we recognize we're in it together. The safer will be the more we can continue our kids in school. Our healthcare has to continue to save people's lives. But that means dialing back on things like indoor gatherings, bars and restaurants and making sure we all mask off again. That's a B

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Vaccines Are Coming, but Pandemic Experts Expect a 'Horrible' Winter

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:17 min | 3 months ago

Vaccines Are Coming, but Pandemic Experts Expect a 'Horrible' Winter

"With the race to develop and distribute a safe and effective Corona virus vaccine well underway. Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control is said to me today deciding who will get the vaccine first. Here's NBC's George Stephanopoulos joined now by Dr Tom Frieden, the former CDC director who is now president and CEO of Resolve to save lives. Dr. Frieden, thank you for joining us. Take us inside this prioritization process deciding who's going to get the vaccine. And when you've got about 20 million doses, But you have 87 million essential workers. 53 million over the age of 65 millions more with chronic conditions. How do you decide? Fundamentally, You wanna look at three things, George, One is how much good you going to do? How many lives you're gonna save second is what's fair. What's the fair way to do it? And the third is How can we do this openly? Transparently so that there's no back room deals. It's clear what's happening and the A C. I P. That committee That's meeting today is the right group to do that. They are the top experts in the country on vaccines, and they consider all those factors in terms of maximum benefit. You want to really focus on nursing homes? Because that's where 40% of the deaths have been in terms of fairness. You want to make sure that doctors get it because the nurses and all health care workers, not just The people who you may see stories about people cleaning the floors that people checking people in the people who are exposed and heart at risk, not just of getting it, but of spreading it. So those three principles are what guide and this kind of public discussion and decision is really healthy way that have this prioritization done. You're right. Transparency is important. Of course, the vaccine still needs to be approved. We're hoping for it to happen within days. Can anything slow that down? We do expect approval to come pretty soon, but I would also expect there to be bumps in the road in the vaccination program. When you vaccinate millions of people. Some people get really sick after the vaccination, and you don't know whether that was the vaccine, or that was just coincidence. So that has to be studied carefully or you're going to get all sorts of wild rumors flying around. That's another place where you really need transparency. This is how many cases of severe adverse effects we may have, or may expect. Is it higher? Is it related there? Maybe production problems. There may be rumors. There may be people who don't want to take it even if you do have the vaccine, So this is probably George the single most complicated vaccination program. In American history, even though it's happened, so expect that they're going to be some bumps in the road. No question about that. As we wait for the vaccine. It certainly appears that all signs are too are pointing toward a dark winter before relief in the spring. Even though the vaccine news is very encouraging. It's not here yet, and therefore we have to double down on safety protocols or we're going to see the worst season we've had for covert. We've already as you show reaching 100,000 hospitalizations in the next week or so we'll hit 2000 deaths per day on average in the next few weeks, Sadly, We can all do more and more we recognize we're in it together. The safer will be the more we can continue our kids in school. Our healthcare has to continue to save people's lives. But that means dialing back on things like indoor gatherings. Bars and restaurants and making sure we all mask off along with ABC is George Stephanopoulos says former Centers for Disease Control director Dr Tom

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Who gets the Covid vaccine first? A CDC panel will decide that today

Glenn Beck

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Who gets the Covid vaccine first? A CDC panel will decide that today

"Safe and effective corona virus vaccine well underway advisers to the CDC or said to me today to decide who will get that vaccine first, former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden tells ABC is good Morning America. There's a lot to consider also expect there to be bumps in the road in the vaccination program. When you vaccinate millions of people, Some people get really sick after the vaccination, and you don't know whether that was the vaccine, or that was just coincidence. So that has to be studied carefully or you're going to get all sorts of wild rumors flying around the link thinking is that once the vaccine is widely available, it will still be in short supply and in need of being rationed by the federal government. Meanwhile, the FDA isn't

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on The Current

The Current

02:30 min | 6 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on The Current

"How quickly do you think there will be a vaccine available in the United States. Well, guardedly optimistic that we will have a vaccine sometime in the next few months or at least proof that vaccine works but it's too soon to say we need to see. Does it work? Is it safe? What is the science show has both the US Food and Drug Administration visory committee and the CDC. Advisory. Committee gone through all the evidence and have not taken any shortcuts I would not want to see them stop any of the trials. Before they enroll and give all the doses of vaccine that are planned. Even if they have preliminary evidence that the vaccine is protective, that'll just for a month, we won't know to what extent Texan for how long. So I think the key is not to cut corners rolling up vaccine isn't going to be quick. It's not going to be simple. We need people to understand and trust, and we need to recognize that even with a vaccine. To living with Kovin for a while, we're still going to need to take steps to protect ourselves. We're still going to need to have a very good test trace isolate in quarantine strategy, and so when the President says that there could be a vaccine by November perhaps even before the US presidential election, what's your reaction to that? Is that at all realistic? We'll have to see what the science shows. This is emergency people are dying at. horrifically high rates still in the United States. But we need to make sure that we don't cut any corners on safety that we go through all of the procedures and that we share all of the data openly otherwise even if there's vaccine, a lot of people aren't GonNa take so far we have rational approach being taken and we have Pharmaceutical companies generally behaving. Ethically as far as we know but A. Crunch time yet we don't have the data coming out of these trials we have seen them. We haven't seen the safety data that we haven't seen efficacy data. We don't know if they finished enrolling all of the people supposed to get the vaccine and given them the one or two doses depending on that scene that they're supposed to get. So I would say too soon to say generally behaving as far as we know when billions of dollars are at stake and public health. Is Hanging in the balance that's something that should reassure people. Well, perhaps it's a low bar..

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:43 min | 8 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on AP News

"Some public health experts are warning reopening schools in areas where the corona virus continues to spike could drive infection and death rates even higher the former director of the centers for disease control Dr Tom Frieden says in places where covert 19 is spreading explosively it would be difficult if not impossible to operate schools safely his comments come after president trump and his cabinet push school re openings even threatening to cut funding for districts that don't comply school should be opened this kids want to go to school Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says his city isn't ready we must prevent gatherings and should only open when it is safe for our students our staff our teachers and our families this CDC calls for students desks to be placed 6 feet apart that means they need more funding for safety modifications I am Jackie Quinn

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Woodbridge, Washington now more than ever depend on 105.9 w, a a cumulus stations. The U. S has shattered the single day case counts for Corona viruses, John Lawrence tells US Johns Hopkins University says there were more than 58,000 new cases confirmed Tuesday. Dr. Tom Frieden, the former head of the CDC says, be cautious. This is not a benign illness. Yes, for most people, they're gonna be fine, but some people are going to be really sick and some people are going to die. Meanwhile, a key model by University of Washington researchers Project 208,000 Kobe 19 deaths by November in the U. S. But they say of most Americans wore masks. That figure could save 45,000 lives. President. Trump wants schools to reopen nationwide this ball and argue that some people want to keep schools closed, not because of the risk of the 19 but for political reasons. We've really done it right, but now it's time to be open. It's time to stay open and we will put out the fires as they come up, but we have to open our schools. It's so important. Months after downplaying the severity of Corona virus and the need to wear a Mac. Brazil's President Botha narrow announced while wearing a face covering that he tested positive for covert 19 as cases continue to rise in that country Correspondent bill were reports cemeteries are preparing for the worst. They have done thousands of fresh graves there in anticipation..

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Dr Tom Frieden said on fox news Sunday different states are in different places with this virus he says with New York state for example we are at the end of the beginning in some other places of the country it hasn't yet hit in full force Friedman says he understands people wanting to get out from under lockdown orders but warns re opening too soon could lead to multiple waves of the virus forty eight states have started re opening in some way colonel Scott fox news one state to keep an eye on as Georgia because they've been open for two weeks now see things to plateau there and how we're doing coming up this afternoon with the governor's press conference she does those Monday through Friday now she's no longer doing them on the weekends and today's will be approximately at one PM and we'll have that for your police and fire investigators opened up a criminal probe yesterday into the cause of that massive explosion the night before and a hash oil manufacturer in downtown Los Angeles and that blast injured twelve firefighters eight of them remained hospitalized as of yesterday and two of them are in critical but stable condition they're all expected survive fire captain Erik Scott told a local TV station there that firefighters had to thought they were battling a routine fire in the one story building but as they got further inside they heard a loud hissing sound and then a rumbling sound before the explosion firefighters had to run through a wall of flames to get out of of the on the roof they had to go down a ladder those people on the roof had to go down the ladder and that was engulfed in flames to show some of the apparatus that these firefighters wearing actually burst into flames and there was a report I saw on TV last night that said the heat was so intense that it could actually melt the helmets the firefighters were wearing it's six fifty let's go to the roadways now check into the traffic center with Jon Hamm look at his record is brought to us by express pros dot com an earlier accident more work benefit or advantage Jefferson Boulevard that said of the angel is getting it from route thirty seven Jefferson Boulevard and route ten to ninety five in the clear north and south by route six in Johnston and route forty four in Smithfield with your southern New England traffic I'm.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KNSS

"Former director of the centers for disease control and prevention Dr Tom Frieden joins fox news Sunday to discuss the viruses impact we think it may spread a little bit less in warmer weather that could help us but I think it's not right to think of a second wave unfortunately we're likely to see multiple waves in different parts of the country we know that this can spread explosively if it gets out of control that's why we have to be so careful even as a U. S. death toll climbs past eighty seven thousand more states are moving to re open their economies on Saturday the food and drug administration authorized a second emergency use corona virus testing kit that allows people to swap themselves for the virus at home and send the results to a lab for testing with high pressure moving into the central plains things look pretty good for the next couple of days mostly sunny through the afternoon and our high today hitting the low to mid seventies wind will be a little bit gusty though up to twenty five miles per hour a little breezy overnight but clear and down to fifty not as windy tomorrow sunny and mid to upper seventies this is K. and SS meteorologist Steve Hamilton right now I K. and assess the Northway twenty one gusting to twenty eight miles per hour a mostly sunny sky it's sixty one degrees with a news update from ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS I brought the price the drive what maestro proud to announce that nominations are now open for the twenty twenty white rhino who will win the coveted second annual white rhino a senator.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The labor department says three million one hundred sixty nine thousand Americans filed first time claims for unemployment benefits that's pretty much right in line with the estimate of about three million yesterday a private payroll report showed the loss of more than twenty million jobs in April tomorrow the government reports on private and public sector hiring last month ordered K. O. A. news radio in our state another forty one thousand people filed unemployment claims last week the total number of people filing since the start of the pandemic in our state now at nearly four hundred twenty thousand the hardest hit sectors have been the hospitality industry with bars and restaurants being closed governor Paul is sending a warning ahead of the most of the most metro area transitioning to safer at home directives is kind of like a diet right you can't eat right and exercise for two months which we did and then just go back to your old habits you can expect to keep the weight off if you do that it's got to be sustainable for the long term if you want to maintain progress governor pollicis people need to use the social distancing because it's not over for all successful in cutting down our personal contacts to about a third of what they were before this crisis the model in the math shows that work we're gonna get through this he does say he's encouraged by the burning of the curve that Coloradans have accomplished the growth rate of covered nineteen now about two percent in Colorado a former public health leader believes the battle against the virus will be a long and difficult one despite recent optimism of opening up the country a new warning from the former head of this EDC predicting the number of coronavirus deaths in the U. S. will exceed a hundred thousand by the end of this month until we have an effective vaccine and unless something very unexpected happens our viral enemy will be with us for many months and possibly many years Dr Tom Frieden made the comment on Capitol Hill he was brought in as a substitute after president trump prevented Dr Anthony Fauci from testifying in front of the democratic led house committee ABC's Alex per Shea reporting from DC meantime the president says the country he thanks can't stand locked down forever we can't have our whole country.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Slowly slowly reopened and now the golf courses here in Massachusetts a former head of the CDC warns the war against covert nineteen will be long and difficult new warning from the former head of the CDC predicting the number of coronavirus deaths in the U. S. will exceed a hundred thousand by the end of this month until we have an effective vaccine and unless something very unexpected happens our viral enemy will be with us for many months and possibly many years Dr Tom Frieden made the comment on Capitol Hill he was brought in as a substitute after president trump prevented Dr Anthony Fauci from testifying in front of the democratic led house committee that was ABC's Alex per share a reporting a CDC guide to re opening the country is under lock and key according to the Associated Press the I. P. got a hold of the guidance spoke to an employee who said that they were told this report would never see the light of day now some of the reports suggested that restaurants and bars install sneeze guards at the cash register it also suggested getting rid of the buffet the salad bar and drink stations and it said that restaurants this is nationwide should space their tables at least six feet apart the report was supposed to be published on Friday of last week after being sent to the trump administration again it's been shelved it was not released Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is released from the hospital she's home after saying just a night for gall bladder problem that certainly didn't stopper though from taking part in oral arguments by telephone from her hospital room yesterday ABC's marker Malard with more eighty seven year old justice is said to be doing well and glad to be home according to a statement from the Supreme Court justice Ginsburg was hospitalized Tuesday for an infection caused by a gall stone she's expected to receive outpatient.

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Trump says White House coronavirus task force will refocus, not wind down

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Trump says White House coronavirus task force will refocus, not wind down

"Former head of the CDC warns were just at the beginning of this pandemic not nearing the end Dr Tom Frieden testifying before a house committee with care and creativity we can open sooner and safer our new normal will change the way we travel work learning go about our lives in a reversal president trump indicates the work of the coronavirus task force will continue the focus will change to the re opening of the economy yesterday the word was it was being phased out

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"More risks of patients dying Dr Tom Frieden is the former director of the centers for disease control and prevention critical medical supplies are already hard to come by growing concern in Hawaii where the virus has started circulating more than three dozen people are infected and the governor is now ordering a fourteen day quarantine for everyone who comes to the state America is listening to fox news we know that we're asking Americans to do a lot right now so we're asking everyone to be selfless for others so that we can protect those who are most susceptible to this virus question I often get asked is why should young people care about we know that people with underlying medical conditions over the age of sixty are in highest risk to get it from somebody social distancing is really physical separation it's what we refer to when we ask people to say at least six feet apart not going to pause not going to restaurants not going to eat is with a lot of people it all just is a good separation so that you have a space between you and others who might actually be infected we all have a role to play in preventing person to person spread of this disease which can be deadly for vulnerable groups for more information on how you can social distance please go to corona virus stock a grisly find in.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"More risks with patients dying Dr Tom Frieden is the former director of the centers for disease control and prevention critical medical supplies are already hard to come by growing concern in Hawaii where the virus has started circulating more than three dozen people are infected and the governor is now ordering a fourteen day quarantine for everyone who comes to the state America is listening to fox news we know that we're asking Americans to do a lot right now so we're asking everyone to be selfless for others so that we can protect those who are most susceptible to this virus question I often get asked is why should young people care about we know that people with underlying medical conditions over the age of sixty R. and highest risk how to get it from somebody social distancing is really physical separation people it's what we refer to when we ask people to say at least six feet apart not going to pause not going to restaurants not going to be it is with a lot of people just means physical separation thank you have a space between you and others might actually be infected we all have a role to play in preventing person to person spread of this disease which can be deadly for vulnerable groups for more information on how you can social distance please go to corona virus dot com a grisly find in Florida remains believed to be those of eleven year old Gannon starch found in pace on the Florida panhandle in January again and step mom reported the boy missing but after an exhaustive police search he was presumed dead and the mom Leticia starch was arrested in myrtle beach South Carolina and charged with his killing on top of the murder charges the teach again and is charged with child abuse body and physical evidence tampering along with other counts the reason for starters arrest remain sealed leaving news organizations to file suit for the documents release Mike piazza fox news coronaviruses impacting virtually all aspects of American life and that includes the way we bury our dead foxes Rachel Sutherland tells us funerals at military cemeteries are no exception.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ohio State University is under fire over widespread allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse by university. Employees, football, coach urban Meyer athletic. Director gene Smith have been suspended for their mishandling of alleged domestic violence bind assistant. Coach the school also faces multiple lawsuits from former student athletes who claim the university ignored their complaints of sexual abuse by a former campus, doctor Dr Richard Strauss has been accused of abusing and harassing more than one hundred students and athletes over his twenty years at OSU cows killed himself in two thousand. Five Brian Garrett recently came forward with his. Story Mr. Garrett was a nursing student at Ohio State in late. Nineteen ninety s when he says he was abused by. Strauss we spoke with him from, Columbus. Ohio and please note this interview contains graphic descriptions of incidents of sexual, abuse Mr.. CARA thank you for speaking with. Us You're welcome what happened to you I was a senior nursing student at Ohio State in the spring semester and thousand nine hundred six and a roommate of mine who was also nursing student was recruited by Dr Strauss on campus at Larkins hall to come work. For a men's clinic of America he said he was going to start up, a campus off clinic off campus so we agreed to help him start up this clinic, and work as a administrative staff. And we weren't working as nurses we. Were nursing. Students at the time Sorry it's hard to talk about it He asked me to come. Into a room and watch watching examination he was doing on a on a patient. Who was a student at the university he started examining this. Gentleman, and in the Spanish became correct And I was. Standing over in the corner and then during the exam he said. Hey why don't you come closer and I thought that was kind of weird I. Don't know why need to become closer Kip examining the guy And I still, can't get, the, look at the guy's face? Patients face out of my head he was. Just looked red and his face was red and he was embarrassed So then after that patient, left he asked me As we find anything, wrong with me I've heard burn but college student does it drinking beer pizza So let me check you out and Later on the table and the starts standing over. Me stars push around on? My stomach and? Does, it, hurt. Here does her here, no no no next thing. You know he's pulling on? My pants, so what are you doing he's like. I'm checking for some things down here And again? I'm laying, there in shock I don't know what I don't know Still it's hard, to talk about but now they're all five. Or ten, minutes he's just Fondling around doing whatever it's doing, and I'm just laying there. In shock when, I just came ready to, get this over just want us to stop and after that. I just told my friends I had a couple of the nursing, student friends at work there is administrative. Staff and I told him. I wasn't going back but I didn't tell him has embarrassed I didn't tell my, wife so people ask me why I come. Out now Coming out now because a high state. Oscars us to because my. Goal no this is to get this to stop If nobody comes forward and does. A stop I want to send my kids to college. All my friends are going to. Send their, kids to college if. Everybody stops talking shuts ups and this doesn't change thank you for telling intercept story Mr. Garrett I have to ask we noted there have been the the suspension of coach coach, Meyer, and the director Jean Smith or allegations Of sexual misconduct by a diving coach what does this say about OSU I watched the press conference On a couple of evenings ago with my, family and I was hoping for? Gene Smith to be fired Because Ohio State of my pinion has. An athletic director problem the athlete director, at the time when, I went to is state was Andy Geiger and if you read his public comments he in my, opinion covered it up and didn't do anything about it And that that culture has continued, there's a systemic failure, at a high state what happened with Dr Strauss Was upsetting One night in. Your life how is it stayed with you over? The years which done to your life? Since then so the building was fairly close. To campus and so for the next probably three, or four five years ago I went by the building a lot It. Was harder relive what's going on there again you, just kind of, bottle it up and put it away I'm upset, with is state but I'm upset with straws but he's dead so I'm, even more upset that a high state a large institution that Have significant ties to in, that I you know I met my wife there. Ask her to marry me, have lots of friends from, there I've donated. My time donated money and now I'm finding out, that they failed me When the box opened back, up on Memorial Day I've had trouble sleeping tonight I sometimes wake up in the middle of night and. See him standing over me Doing what he's doing, and I, still there's one picture of him on the local TV. Station in Columbus his website a. Color picture that I can't look at vic- at I just get, sick my stomach so. The box has been opened back up now and it's a it's been a? Struggle what would you look the university to do at this point in your life first thing I would like to see them do, is, take accountability for I've heard several public, comments by university officials where they've stated well that happened twenty or, thirty years ago and none of the. People that were around that are here now. But they still have a systemic problem I, just want to see him except responsibility then I want to see the culture. Change, and then I, want. To see what the plan is to. Change that culture Brian Garrett in Columbus Ohio thanks so much for being with us You're welcome sir.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Eighty KRLD twelve years ago Patricia of us ski and Stephen Mitchell tree were murdered while working at, a Pizza Hut in Texas the Texas Rangers say. The case has gone cold Jeanne Lee Patricia's mom believes someone knows something I would ask them, to really search their heart Are talk to someone Hap- thought this case. Please stay Lee ads the five kids left behind her hoping for Justice in, their mom's case vigil in memory of Patricia in Stephen is scheduled for eight o'clock tonight at the former location. Of the Pizza Hut integral more and bowser circle crime stoppers has offered a three thousand dollar reward for information. Leading to an, arrest in the case multiple charges of sexual misconduct have been filed against a CDC leader man who ran the. CDC during a Dallas Ebola, crisis has been arrested accused of. Groping a woman doctor Tom Friedman is charged with forcible touching. Sexual abuse and harassment a fifty five year old woman claims Fredin inappropriately touched. Her in. His home last October Friedman denies the allegation. That is NBC fives Bryan. Curtis across the country high schools are seeing a. Decline in football players even powerhouses like Dallas Carter has seen significant drops, in participation down forty eight percent from two thousand Nine I can't. Give you an exact reason. On the district's athletic directors not convinced the reduction. Is because of concerns around concussions.

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Former CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden arrested on sexual misconduct allegations

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Former CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden arrested on sexual misconduct allegations

"Mom believes someone knows something I would ask them, to really search their heart Are talk to someone Hap- thought this case. Please stay Lee

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"McCain family is now asking for your kind thoughts and prayers close associated President Trump Allen Weisselberg is cutting a deal with federal prosecutors and has been granted. Immunity in the investigation into hush money. Payments made to two women who claimed they had affairs with the president on Wall Street. The Dow is. Up, one hundred forty the NASDAQ is up sixty one in the s. and p. five hundred is up seventeen in other news now a former Massachusetts postal worker pleads guilty to stealing about eighty two thousand dollars worth of. Postage stamps and, selling them for a discount David fours of Holden pled guilty Thursday in federal court to three counts of mail fraud. Surveillance cameras caught him pilfering packages. Of stamps meant for retail. Sale at a wister post Office. Undercover postal inspectors, then bought, stamps at below. Face value from fours on EBay, under a plea deal he will serve two. Years of probation including home confinement and we'll be required to pay. Restitution and fines pope Francis is heading to Ireland less than a week after he issued an unprecedented apology for the church's cover up of sexual abuse by clergy members the apology follows a scathing report on decades of abuse. Cases in Pennsylvania the pontiff is expected. To face protesters after Ireland's own report nine years ago also revealed widespread church abuse ABC's. David rights has. The story an angry country ninety five percent Catholic in previous years now seventy eight percent identify Catholic and many people are not even baptizing their children priests are dying off faster than they can replace them they're so priests. Are having to do double duty running from parish to parish to face dwindling populations of parishioners There's gonna be lots of protests expected, as pope Francis comes it, is a serious test of the, Francis charm still an. Estimated five hundred thousand people are expected, at a mass, in Dublin's Phoenix Park on Sunday the principle of. A suburban Saint Louis school is apologizing after telling girls they shouldn't display their breasts bellies or rear ends because it distracts the boy's parents have Oakville, high school students said they were horrified by the statement and the remark. Sent the message that the boys are somehow not in control. Of themselves foisting the responsibility to young women principal. Janet Kellerman told the PTA, that such an incident will never happen again and she. Is, sorry if she may have heard a student or students the student newspaper at. The university of Maryland says the schools former athletic director. Hired lawyers for players accused of sexual misconduct correspondent Mark Mayfield has the details, the diamondback published a report saying Kevin Anderson allowed fifteen thousand dollars be spent on legal. Representation for two football players who were facing sexual. Misconduct allegations a statement put out by the university says Anderson didn't listen to the university's orders to. Cut ties with the lawyers the university says Anderson showed a serious lack, of judgment the university sexual misconduct policy allows the accused hire lawyers but it's supposed to happen. On their own dime the two athletes were Alta disciplined by the university the university administration says it learned about the payment when the department received. An invoice in August of twenty seventeen. Well right now we have eighty three degrees under sunny skies in Boston, and we're looking, at a nice afternoon a head traffic and weather together, coming up next last thing at night Alexa wake.

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"dr tom frieden" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

"dr tom frieden" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Seven to low with local news I here's what's going. On Seton Hall, university opening, an investigation against the former cardinal accused of sexual misconduct university President Mary Mary Mehan announced yesterday that allegations against former archbishop, of Newark Theodore mckarrick and other. Priests are under review president man says some allegations may concern seminarians at the immaculate conception seminary. School. Of theology and the college seminary at Saint Andrews hall McCarrick was removed from public ministry early this year following allegations he committed sexual abuse in. The nineteen seventies yesterday marked the fifth straight day of. Flooding a Bronx public housing apartment building. Leaving residents at their, wit's end, the New York City. Housing authority. Says they. Need. To do better and staff are on site assist those affected elevators service has been in and out, of the Sania air rights building forcing some to walk twenty. Flights of stairs to their homes the building started experiencing problems with burst pipes on Sunday it's not clear when On the issue will be solved in. Sports more, of, the same for Mets as Jacob degrom degrom shined in the amazing three one loss to the giants yelled San Francisco to one run with ten strikeouts. In six innings but felt ain't Nate Todd Frazier and a solo blast, on the Mets who split the four. Game, the giants Yankees were. Off they'll open a series of the Orioles tonight in Baltimore and the Staten Island teams, run, came to an end and the Little League World series mid, island fell, seven to three to the Georgia. Southeast team in sports they're sponsored by Modell's sporting goods stores you've got to go to moz stuck in traffic Suzy surrounds got the answer sunny skies sixty eight in. The city what's, going on, we have the answer alternate side of the street parking rolls back in effect today motorcycle accident all the FDR south at, sixty third street two lanes out. On the southbound side it is just stomp from the RFK triborough bridge on down stick with. The. West side instead inbound Lincoln and Holland tunnel minor delays the inbound George a major delay an hour for the upper thirty for the lower that. Is due to a stall truck on the cross Bronx. Eastern on the Alexander hamilton bridge that blocks your left lane good to go on the parkway the turnpike no problems on the way between rocklin in westchester county checking your forecast it's nice today sunny with a high of eighty two degrees clear tonight debbie sixty six degrees saturday sunny and seventy nine sunday sunny and eighty two degrees and warming up next week monday partly sunny with a high of eighty eight now you know how not to go i'm susie cerrone on a._m. nine seventy the answer going back to school can be so annoying summer's over and i have to start doing homework again even more on is how my mom she usually cries for days each lot of candy and junk food last me a million questions not this year since you start taking this stuff called calendar and she's been so full of energy and happy we.

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