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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That compares to mid January We're getting about 506 100,000 doses a day. So it is moving in the right direction. I think more and more vaccination channels are coming online pharmacies. They're gonna be coming online in about a week with their own vaccine supplies, So I think we do need to get faster and I think we will get faster. And Johnson Johnson hopefully will help us do that. Should the people who have been vaccinated continue to wear their masks and keep social distancing. And if so, I mean, do you think that that Could actually deter some people from lining up to get vaccinated because they see maybe a little incentive to get the shot without that instant gratification of getting their lives back to normal. So the answer is, people should continue to wear masks absolutely, and practice social distancing, and that's for a couple of reasons. First of all, the vaccines aren't perfect. They are very, very good vaccines, as compared other vaccines that we take the very effective so far. But still there are some people who won't get perfect protection. It's also unclear yet whether people who are vaccinated and don't get sick can still carry the virus. So if we wear mask were less likely to transmit it to someone else who has been vaccinated yet, so I think it's We should continue C. It is both helping ourselves, prevent infection as well as our civic duty to try and prevent others from getting infected from us, and presumably then when everyone or closed everyone is vaccinated, then perhaps we can get back to something closer to normal. But until then, as you say, think of yourself and others In the meantime. Last thing Dr Ingalls be. I'm curious because we finally saw some encouraging statistics at the federal level and then granted there sometimes lower on Sundays, but there were about 87,000 new cases of covert 19. Yesterday, and that was the first time since early November that we dipped under the 100,000 marks. So do you see that as kind of a one off or do you see some encouragement there that the number of cases Are going to keep declining. It's definitely encouraging and more than a one off this has been going on. Now. For many weeks, cases have been steadily declining Hospitalizations have been declining a little bit less quickly than case numbers, but still on the decline. We're hopeful that the numbers of people dying will also begin to go down and I think people also it's possible. People are appropriately worried about the new variants that they're reading about and are trying to take, you know, physical distancing. Very seriously and hopefully a combination of things were happening there helping his drive case numbers down around the country, and that trend continues. You have people are concerned and redoubling their efforts to abide by those s social distancing and hand washing and mask wearing protocols. That's probably a good thing. Dr. Tom Inglesby directs the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. After English me. Thank you. Thanks.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And Amazon, Alexa Health experts are watching the progress of the third vaccine from Johnson and Johnson that could soon get approval to fight covered 19 and its variants. The one Does Johnson and Johnson vaccine, according to its maker, is more than 70% effective against mild to moderate covert symptoms, Dr Tom Inglesby, who directs the center for Health, Security, and Johns Hopkins, tells Fox News Sunday. More encouraging results are also being reported after 28 days. It's 85% protective against all strains, and there were no cases of severe disease or death after 49 days after vaccination. We need to see more about the changing vaccines. We've only seen the press release the FDA needs to review it. Gurnal Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, the European Union says vaccine maker AstraZeneca has agreed to supply nine million additional doses to the 27 nation bloc during the first quarter. The European Commission said Sunday that the British sweetie Pharmaceutical maker will begin deliveries one week sooner than scheduled and expand its manufacturing capacity in Europe. Plus parents in Chicago still aren't sure if in person classes will resume this week, as the teachers union and city leaders are still sparring over covert safety, A bunch of parents and their kids in Chicago are likely wondering what tomorrow school day is even going to be like Chicago Public schools, the third largest school district in the nation, is moving forward with opening classrooms for elementary and middle school students tomorrow, even though the dish Trick hasn't reached agreement on all the covert safety protocols with the teachers union so there could be a teacher strike. Here's the Chicago public School CEO Janice Jackson. Any of our African American students in particular, are struggling in this environment. Those students were this works for them. They will have a choice to continue with remote learning. But we cannot negate the fact that there are thousands of students here in CPS that aren't logging on every day and are falling behind every day. And we're gonna have to recover from that Fox is Christina Coleman. Mary Course study and this is Fox News. Hello? Hello, Mr Crane. I'm calling about today's appointment. The tree is scheduled to fall on your RV at 2 14 today we anyway, we can reschedule. We're really enjoying our trip, so I'm sorry, but that's our only opening. Can it just be a little tree? Let me check. Nope. Sorry, our file says it's a huge one. RV owners can't schedule when things go wrong on the road. That's why there's progressive. A leader. An RV insurance Is it to 14 P m. R a You know, I'm not sure. Can I put you on a brief hold progressive casualty insurance company in affiliates Build your life around.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Are watching the progress of a third vaccine from Johnson and Johnson that could soon get approval to fight covered 19 and its variants. The one Does Johnson and Johnson vaccine, according to its maker, is more than 70% effective against mild to moderate covert symptoms, Dr Tom Inglesby, who directs the center for Health Security of Johns Hopkins, tells Fox News Sunday. More encouraging results are also being reported after 28 days. It's 85% protective against all strains, and there were no cases of severe disease or death after 49 days after vaccination. We need to see more about the change a vaccines. We've only seen the press release the FDA needs to review it. Gurnal Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, the European Union says vaccine maker AstraZeneca has agreed to supply nine million additional doses to the 27 nation bloc during the first quarter. The European Commission said Sunday that the British Swedish Pharmaceutical maker will begin deliveries one week sooner than scheduled and expand its manufacturing capacity in Europe, plus Paris in Chicago, still aren't sure if in person classes will resume this week. As the teachers union and city leaders are still sparring over covert safety, A bunch of parents and their kids in Chicago are likely wondering what tomorrow school day is even going to be like Chicago Public schools, the third largest school district in the nation, is moving forward with opening classrooms for elementary and middle school students tomorrow, even though the dish It hasn't reached agreement on all the Cove. It's safety protocols with the teachers union so there could be a teacher strike. Here's the Chicago public School CEO Janice Jackson. Any of our African American students in particular, are struggling in this environment. Those students were this works for them. They will have a choice to continue with remote learning. But we cannot negate the fact that there are thousands of students here in CPS that aren't logging on every day and are falling behind every day. And we're gonna have to recover from that Fox is Christina Coleman. Mary Course study and this is Fox News. Strong work ethic takes pride in a job Well done. This is you, but to get an.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Health experts are watching the progress of a third vaccine from Johnson and Johnson that could soon get approval to fight covered 19 and its variants. The one Does Johnson and Johnson vaccine, according to its maker, is more than 70% effective against mild to moderate covert symptoms, Dr. Tom Inglesby, who directs the Center for Health, Security, and Johns Hopkins, tells Fox News Sunday. More encouraging results are also being reported 28 days It's 85% protective against all Trains and there were no cases of severe disease or death after 49 days after vaccination. We need to see more about the change a vaccines. We've only seen the press release the FDA needs to review it. Gurnal Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, the European Union says vaccine maker AstraZeneca has agreed to supply nine million additional doses to the 27 nation bloc during the first quarter. The European Commission said Sunday that the British Swedish pharmaceutical maker will begin deliveries one week sooner than scheduled and expand its manufacturing capacity and your Up. Plus, parents in Chicago still aren't sure if in person classes will resume this week, as the teachers union and city leaders are still sparring over covert safety, A bunch of parents and their kids in Chicago are likely wondering what tomorrow school day is even going to be like Chicago Public schools, the third largest school district in the nation, is moving forward with opening classroom for elementary and middle school students tomorrow, even though the district hasn't reached agreement on all the Cove. It's safety protocols with the teachers union so there could be a teacher. Strike. Here's the Chicago public School CEO Janice Jackson. Any of our African American students in particular are struggling in this environment. Those students were this works for them. They will have a choice to continue with remote learning. But we cannot negate the fact that there are thousands of students here in CPS that aren't logging on every day and are falling behind every day. And we're gonna have to recover from that Fox is Christina Coleman..

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"FM HD to Fort Worth A counterproposal for coronavirus relief. I'm him Who so Fox News? Ah Group of Senate Republicans who find it hard to swallow President Biden's plan for nearly $2. Trillion in aid have come up with a compromise. Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana says the group would like to sit down with the president. The president's team did not reach out to anybody in our group, either Democrat or Republican when they fashioned their proposal, So if you want unity, if you want bipartisanship, you ought to start with a group that shone it's willing to work together. For common solution They did not. The president initially said he wanted a bipartisan bill but later said he'd go around Republicans if he encountered resistance. Jared Bernstein, a member of the White House economic team, is shrugging off concerns about how the plan passes. Look, the American people really couldn't care less about budget process, whether it's regular order. Bipartisan ship, whether it's filibuster, whether it's reconciliation, they need relief. Both men on Fox News Sunday Ah third Covert 19 vaccine could be approved in the U. S. But not before review by the FDA. The one does Johnson and Johnson vaccine according to its maker, is more than 70% effective against mild to moderate covert symptoms, Dr Tom Inglesby, who directs the center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins, tells Fox News Sunday. More encouraging results are also being reported. After 28 days, it's 85% protective against all strains, and there were no cases of severe disease or death. After 49 days. Ingles be notes that the Fizer and Moderna vaccines were approved before any variance circulated globally, Fox says Gurnal Scott ah whopper of a storm is bearing down on parts of the East Washington, D C could see a rare six inches of snow America's listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network download and listen to the media buzz meter with Howard Kurtz. Sands was charged with 17 counts of espionage and one of computer misuse over the Wiki leaks publication of those thousands of leaked military and diplomatic documents, but his lawyer, so he's acting as a journalist. I'd like to see that testimony corner of the ever regarded you leave aside as a journalist. I don't think it takes the precautions that journalists do think he just tries to do damage to America. Subscribing. Listen now by going the fox news podcasts. Com America's listening to Fox News, did you Here. The news Now you can with instant updates.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You're listening to news radio, K O b, J A. M. Austin 5 90 A M and K 259 A. J. Austen 99.7 of them. So for coronavirus relief. I'm Pam who so Fox News Ah Group of Senate Republicans who find it hard to swallow. President Biden's plan for nearly $2 Trillion in aid have come up with a compromise. Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana says the group would like to sit down with the president. The president's team did not reach out to anybody in our group. Either Democrat or Republican when they fashioned their proposal, So if you want unity, if you want bipartisanship, you ought to start with a group that shone it's willing to work together for common solution They did not. The president initially said he wanted a bipartisan bill but later said he'd go around Republicans if he encountered resistance. Jared Bernstein, a member of the White House economic team, is shrugging off concerns about how the plant passes. Look, the American people really couldn't care less About budget process, Whether it's regular order bipartisan ship, whether it's filibuster, whether it's reconciliation, they need relief. Both men on Fox News Sunday Ah third Coping 19 vaccine could be approved in the U. S. But not before review by the FDA. The one does Johnson and Johnson vaccine, according to its maker, is more than 70% effective against mild to moderate covert symptoms. Dr. Tom Inglesby, who directs the center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins, too. Tells Fox News Sunday. More encouraging results are also being reported. After 28 days. It's 85% protective against all strains, and there were no cases of severe disease or death. After 49 days. Ingles be notes that the Fizer and Moderna vaccines were approved before any variants circulated globally. Faxes gurnal Scott Ah, whopper of a storm is bearing down on parts of the East Washington, D. C could see a rare six inches of snow America's listening to Fox News. Hi. This is type. A little flexibility.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Podcasting, one of 61 at them Talk and I heart radio station. A counterproposal for coronavirus relief. I'm Pam who so Fox News Ah Group of Senate Republicans who find it hard to swallow. President Biden's plan for nearly $2. Trillion in eight have come up with a compromise. Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana says the group would like to sit down with the president. The president's team did not reach out to anybody in our group, either Democrat or Republican when they fashioned their proposal, So if you want unity, if you want bipartisanship, you ought to start with a group that shone it's willing to work together. For common solution They did not. The president initially said he wanted a bipartisan bill but later said he'd go around Republicans if he encountered resistance. Jared Bernstein, a member of the White House economic team, is shrugging off concerns about how the plan passes. Look, the American people really couldn't care less about budget process, whether it's regular order. Bipartisan ship, whether it's filibuster, whether it's reconciliation, they need relief. Both men on Fox News Sunday Ah third Coping 19 vaccine could be approved in the U. S. But not before review by the FDA. The one does Johnson and Johnson vaccine according to its maker, is more than 70% effective against mild to moderate covert symptoms, Dr. Tom Inglesby, who directs the center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins, tells Fox News Sunday. More encouraging results are also being reported. After 28 days. It's 85% protective against all strains, and there were no cases of severe disease or death. After 49 days. Ingles be notes that the Fizer and Moderna vaccines were approved before any variant. Circulated globally. Fox's Gurnal Scott Ah, whopper of a storm is bearing down on parts of the East Washington, D. C could see a rare six inches of snow America's listening to Fox News. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may be available to veterans via is focused on customer service. Like never before. Choose via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all.

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SARS-CoV-2 Variant Alarms Scientists

FOX News Sunday

02:25 min | 1 year ago

SARS-CoV-2 Variant Alarms Scientists

"On the continuing fight against covert. We turn to Dr Tom Inglesby, director of the Center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins. Dr. How concerned are you about the variance? To the virus on the possibility, like the South African variant and the possibility that as the virus begins to spread, we could end up with the strain. That is just resistant to the vaccines that the vaccines won't protect us against. Good morning, Chris. I am concerned about the arrival of the variance in United States. Certainly, um, it's it's something that we all need to be taking very seriously. I think at this point, the good news is that the vaccines that we have appeared to be still very effective against this vaccine, and the companies and our government scientists are looking very closely at it and are developing the possibility of boosters. That would more tightly address this new variant if we need to go in that direction, but I think it's a message to all Americans that what happens elsewhere in the world can affect us. And that we need to do everything we can to control this pandemic. This virus is going to continue to mutate as it as long as it's allowed to thrive in the world, and we need to do what we can to contain it. And just give us a sense, because as it mutates, what are the chances that we end up with a variant that is totally resistant to the vaccine? Was difficult. T O make. Yeah, Estimates of the probability of that happening, But what we're seeing is that in the South African variant, the variant that was first found in South Africa. That, at least in mild to moderate disease. Some of the vaccine studies are showing diminished effectiveness. It looks like we still have enough cushion with the vaccines that they will still be very effective at this point. It's a message that saying that this virus is evolving and could continue to evolve in ways that make it more dangerous, either more transmissible orm or lethal And so it's important again for us to really do what we can to try and contain this virus. Wear masks of away social gatherings. Decreased social interaction until we get this under control is certainly if you have a chance to get vaccinated, you're eligible for vaccine. You should get vaccinated in the larger effort to control this fires.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Our radio acts eight o'clock, You say she's not part of the Trump legal team. I'm Joe Chiro Fox News. She appeared in the press conference with Rudy Giuliani last week alleging election fraud. But now the Trump campaign, says city, Powell was acting on her own. She alleged that a foreign plot tied to communist countries conspired against President Trump's campaign. That's among many other accusations she's made in recent days and media interviews. Now the campaign ready to keep its distance writing in a new statement, quote Sydney Palace practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the Trump legal team. She is also not a lawyer for the president in his personal capacity, Fox's Mark MEREDITH. Meanwhile, Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski is urging President Trump to begin the formal transition process. She issued a statement saying the president has had a chance to litigate his allegations that the courts have found the Are without merit. President elect Joe Biden's first Cabinet picks were coming Tuesday and planning's underway for a pandemic modified inauguration in January. Incoming chief of Staff Ron claim is offering no details about which department heads will be announced. First. Millions of Americans bought tickets to fly for Thanksgiving before health officials urged people to not travel for the holiday, many of them filled airports this weekend. Dr Tom Inglesby from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. If you are going to travel to someone else's home for Thanksgiving, then if possible, you should spend as much time outdoors when you're together in some places that may be possible with the weather. Other places. Not people should be wearing masks and doors when they're together and only removing them When they're eating. We should probably keep meals short. At least a million people passed through US airports on Friday and a 15 year old boys been arrested in connection with Friday's shooting at a mall. Mama Tosa, Wisconsin that injured a people they're expected to survive. America is listening.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is operating at limited capacity was skate time reduced to 50 minutes. Asks, are also required is a further pandemic safety measure. John Hopkins University Dr Tom Inglesby says the nation is that a dangerous point with the latest coronavirus search. Epidemic now is surging in almost every state in the country, with the Midwest in the Mountain West, really being out really in front in terms of rapidly accelerating numbers of cases. Angles be says hospitals have never been under so much pressure as they are now. Ingalls be, says Americans should not travel for Thanksgiving and stick to just their immediate family. Former national security adviser John Bolton says President Trump is like those who caused violence in the streets during protests earlier this year. Trump is throwing rocks through windows. I think he's the political equivalent of the street rioter. Bolton said. The issue now is how much damage the president can do before he leaves office. We've got an update on the 91 eastbound at the 60. It's an overturned semi. It's blocking that westbound 60 connector watch for slowing as you approach in the cone past north bound on the 15 before the 1 38 stalled semi. They're blocking the right lane. You're stopping Go from Cleghorn Road, Ontario, the 60 East front at the 15 the transition to the 15. Working cellphone closed for payment work until tomorrow morning. And in Santa Clarita, the 14 north bound at plastering the Canyon Road, have a three car crash. Everything's been moved to the right shoulder. Okay, if I in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Dave Joseph. It's great news these days when a business reopens, But when a business reopens and is doing everything it can to help you. That's amazing..

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 600 WREC

"He's rejecting democracy. I'm Pam Puso Fox News that charge from President elect Joe Biden's incoming chief of staff. As president. Trump tries to overturn the results of the election. It's corrosive. It's harmful, but as Mitt Romney said, it's not going to change the outcome of what happens here. Ron Clain on ABC s this week as team Biden moves forward. We will be making our first Cabinet announcements on Tuesday of this week, and, you know, I would say the president elect is very excited about this team, and it looks forward to introducing them to the country. Kate Bedingfield is a senior advisor with the Biden Harris transition. She was on Fox News Sunday. Allegations of widespread election fraud have been made by the president's legal team, but not proven. What's happened here is quite frankly, the content of the president's legal team has been a national embarrassment. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, a vocal supporter of the president on ABC is this week, he adds. If the attorneys are unwilling to present the evidence, it must mean the evidence doesn't exist. Ah, warning from one of the nation's leading infectious disease experts that the Corona virus is spreading exponentially. Dr. Tom Inglesby directs the Center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins, he said on Fox News Sunday. The issue now is the virus is not just in large metro areas anymore. It's in rural locations. And so that is adding up to record numbers of hospitalizations. As Americans wait for a vaccine ankles be, says masks can slow the spread and he urges governors toe asked residents to comply even as opinions differ on face coverings if 37 states consent.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Democracy. I'm Pam Puso Fox News that charge from President elect Joe Biden's incoming chief of staff. As president. Trump tries to overturn the results of the election. It's corrosive, it's harmful, but as Mitt Romney said, it's not going to change the outcome of what happens here. Ron Plain on ABC s this week as team Biden moves forward. We will be making our first Cabinet announcements on Tuesday of this week. And, you know, I would say the president elect is very excited about this team, and it looks forward to introducing them to the country. Kate Bedingfield is a senior advisor with the Biden Harris transition. She was on Fox News Sunday. Allegations of widespread election fraud have been made by the president's legal team, but not proven. What's happened here is quite frankly, the content of the president's legal team has been a national embarrassment. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, a vocal supporter of the president on ABC is this week, he adds. If the attorneys are unwilling to present the evidence, it must mean the evidence doesn't exist. Ah, warning from one of the nation's leading infectious disease experts that the Corona virus is spreading exponentially. Dr. Tom Inglesby directs the Center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins, he said on Fox News Sunday. The issue now is the virus is not just in large metro areas anymore. It's in rural locations. And so that is adding up to record numbers of hospitalizations. As Americans wait for a vaccine ankles be, says masks can slow the spread, and he urges governors to ask residents to comply even as opinions differ on face coverings. If 37 states consent mass.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of its harmful but a Smith, Romney said. It's not going to change the outcome of what happens here. Ron Clain on ABC s this week as team Biden moves forward. We will be making our first Cabinet announcements on Tuesday of this week. And, you know, I would say the president elect is very excited about this team, and it looks forward to introducing them to the country. Kate Bedingfield is a senior advisor with the Biden Harris transition. She was on Fox News Sunday. Allegations of widespread election fraud have been made by the president's legal team, but not proven. What's happened here is quite frankly, the content of the president's legal team has been a national embarrassment. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, a vocal supporter of the president on ABC is this week. He adds. If the attorneys are unwilling to present the evidence, it must mean the evidence doesn't exist. A warning from one of the nation's leading infectious disease experts that the Corona virus is spreading exponentially. Dr. Tom Inglesby directs the center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins, he said on Fox News Sunday. The issue now is the virus is not just in large metro areas anymore rural locations And so that is adding up to record numbers of hospitalizations. As Americans wait for a vaccine Ingles be, says masks can slow the spread, and he urges governors toe asked residents to comply even as opinions differ on face coverings. If 37 states consent mass mandates than the rest of the states consent mass mandates as well, and they should Ingles be also echoes the call for people to not travel for the Thanksgiving holiday. Fox is going all Scott America's listening to Fox News. From.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"F L A transmission levels are higher than they've ever been. I'm Pam who so Fox News that dose of reality on the Corona virus from Dr Tom Inglesby with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, he tells Fox News Sunday. The virus is surging in almost every state. Pressure on hospitals is the highest. It's been since the beginning. The pandemic with about 1000 hospitals, reporting this week that they are critically short on health care workers or will be very soon and that number will grow this week. As for the restrictions imposed by state and local governments think there are some times when it's really important for government to set the rules. And to ask people to follow them, and I think this is one of those times 37 states have imposed mask mandates. The doctor believes all 50 states should do that. Yesterday, more than 177,000 new cases were recorded. President elect Joe Biden's been busy putting his Cabinet together and on Tuesday his first picks will be announced. That's according to his incoming chief of staff. Ron Claim, As Biden presses ahead, President Trump is still trying to overturn the election's results with multiple legal maneuvers. There's reports of irregularities reports of fraud. The fact this no Republican or Democrat should be upset about an investigation done by the Legislature, and we've begun those investigations. We're going to continue those investigations here in the coming weeks. That's Michigan's Republican House speaker lead Chatfield On Friday, Chatfield met with the president at the White House, He tells Fox and friends. The president did not ask him to break the law or interfere with the election. Ah, scathing critique of the president's legal team from a loyal supporter. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie calls the team's conduct a national embarrassment and says it's obligated to present the evidence if it exists, he tells ABC elections. Have consequences. America's listening to Fox News From the Florida Central Credit Union. How much traffic.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Transmission levels are higher than they've ever been. I'm him who? So Fox News that dose of reality on the Corona virus from Dr Tom Inglesby with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, he tells Fox News Sunday. The virus is surging in almost every state. The pressure on hospitals is the highest. It's been since the beginning. The pandemic with about 1000 hospitals, reporting this week that they are critically short on health care workers or will be very soon and that number will grow this week. As for the restrictions imposed by state and local governments think there are some times when it's really important for government to set the rules. And to ask people to follow them, and I think this is one of those times 37 states have imposed mask mandates. The doctor believes all 50 states should do that yesterday, more than 177,000 new cases were recorded. President elect Joe Biden's been busy putting his Cabinet together and on Tuesday his first picks will be announced. That's according to his incoming chief of staff. Ron Claim. As Biden presses ahead, President Trump is still trying to overturn the election's results with multiple legal maneuvers. There's reports of irregularities reports of fraud. The fact this no Republican or Democrat should be upset. About an investigation done by the Legislature, and we've begun those investigations. We're gonna continue those investigations here in the coming weeks. That's Michigan's Republican House speaker lead Chatfield On Friday, Chatfield met with the president at the White House, He tells Fox and friends. The president did not ask him to break the law or interfere with the election. Ah, scathing critique of the president's legal team from a loyal supporter. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, calls the team's conduct a national embarrassment and says it's obligated to present the evidence if it exists, he tells ABC elections have consequences. America's listening to Fox News Let's be honest about our daily aural Cara team..

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Season and we aren't done. Wildfires in California have broken records this year, The combined fires throughout the state have burned more than four million acres, Officials say. The state hit the fearsome milestone Sunday with about two months still left in the fire season. Most of the damage has been since mid August, when lightning strikes cause some of the most devastating fires. Fires have burned hundreds of homes and killed 31 people. The previous record was two years ago, when fires destroyed more than 1.5 million acres. Rob Newton can find news. Nearly 90 homes have been destroyed by the fire burning in the Angeles National Forest. It's burn nearly 115,000 acres and is now 84% contained. That fire started on September 6th. A doctor at John Hopkins University, says there should be no more in person debates between the presidential and vice presidential candidates. The rest of the debates that vice presidential debate and if there are Presidential debates should be virtual. Dr. Tom Inglesby says vice president Pence should be in quarantine. Inglesby says Large gatherings like rallies should not be happening at all during the pandemic. Minnesota Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar says the Senate's priorities are not in the best interest of America as the election approaches. Why you would ram through the Supreme Court hearing put people in danger because it would be within that two week period. While you have shut down the whole Senate, she says she has asked why there's a need to hold a confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett When there isn't a new Corona virus relief package, she says, the American people should pick their president, and then he should choose a nominee. One man didn't get in his way. Now he's not doing anything his way in Arkansas man was sentenced to 130 years behind bars after shooting two people over getting his fast food order wrong. According to Newsweek, the Arkansas man shot and killed a 37 year old woman and injured his brother after they came back with a botched order, the publication says. A Mississippi County circuit court was told a verbal argument broke out over the Mesta border before the two were shot. Plaudits. Tiffany.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Still more time on that clock. I'm Michael Crozier from the K F 24 hour news room. It's officially been a brutal fire season and we aren't done. Wildfires in California have broken records this year, The combined fires throughout the state have burned more than four million acres. Officials say the state hit the fearsome milestone Sunday with about two months still left in the fire season. Most of the damage has been since mid August, when lightning strikes cause some of the most devastating fires. Fires have burned hundreds of homes and killed 31 people. The previous record was two years ago, when fires destroyed more than 1.5 million acres. Rob Newton can find news. Nearly 90 homes have been destroyed by the fire burning in the Angeles National Forest. It's burn nearly 115,000 acres and is now 84% contained. That fire started on September 6th. A doctor at John Hopkins University, says there should be no more in person debates between the presidential and vice presidential candidate for rest of the debates that vice presidential debate and if there are Presidential debates should be virtual. Dr. Tom Inglesby says vice president Pence should be in quarantine. Inglesby says Large gatherings like rallies should not be happening at all during the pandemic. Minnesota Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar says the Senate's priorities are not in the best interest of America as the election approaches. Why you would ran through the Supreme Court hearing put people in danger because it would be within that two week period. While you have shut down the whole Senate, she says she has asked why there's a need to hold a confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett When there isn't a new Corona virus relief package, she says, the American people should pick their president, and then he should choose a nominee. One man didn't get in his way. Now he's not doing anything his way in Arkansas man was sentenced to 130 years behind bars after shooting two people over getting his fast food order wrong. According to Newsweek. The Arkansas man shot and killed a 37 year old woman and injured his brother after they came back with a botched order, the publication says in Mississippi County Circuit Court was told a verbal argument broke out over the Mesta border before the two were shot. Claude It's Tiffany in Ko Phi News. Southland weather from Ko Phi. Some clowns out there through the morning blows in the mid sixties, mostly clear by midday and temperature's a little cooler Today around 80th, the beaches 90 Metro l, A Orange County 100 Inland Empire and the Valley's a few degrees cooler Tuesday and each day through the weak right now in Fullerton, It's 71 Ladera Ranch. 65 Gardena 68 Diamond Bar 73 degrees We lead local from the 24 hour news room. I'm Michael Crozier making a way through mid city on the eastbound side of the tent before Arlington to car crashes in the left lane. CHP is on the scene. You're slowing down here from Crenshaw. Little jammed up threw down he due to construction on the westbound side of the 105 project ones.

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"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr tom inglesby" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"10 More than 8300 people in Florida have died from the Corona virus, including the 77 the state announced today. Florida has begun to see the percentage of people testing positive fall to weekly levels. At last saw in June, a top health officials at Johns Hopkins University says mask are not the only way to stop the spread of covert 19. We know that physical distancing makes a big difference. We know that large gatherings Places where super spreading events occur. Dr. Tom Inglesby tells NBC's Meet the press that test turnaround times must improve. He called test worthless. If people have to wait two weeks for results. Some Florida counties have gotten more complaints about mosquitoes. Elissa Barrow of Pinellas County Mosquito Control says You can control them yourself using a mosquito dunk. That is a soil bacteria that when the mosquito larva in just that they eat it. That actually turns into this crystal protein that breaks them open from the inside. Barrow says People might see more mosquitoes because covert 19 has kept them stuck at home. But in reality, she says, Pinellas County at least has had fewer mosquitoes the normal so far this year, two armed home invaders in the Tampa Bay area learned the hard way that victims can have guns, too. In separate incidences in Brandon and Land O lakes, the men who barged in the homes that started shooting died when the victim's fired back. Deputies in Hillsboro in Pasco County, is called the cases. Domestic related billboards have gone up around Tampa offering a reward and the disappearance of Don Luis. His unsolved case got new attention because of the Netflix documentary Tiger King. Now his daughters of hired Jackson, the lawyer, John Phillips, to investigate. You may know his name from the Netflix documentary Tiger Key, But what we're dealing with isn't a documentary. It's serious. It's really life. Lewis. His family believes he's dead. So does Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronic stir, but it is one of the Evidence to charge anyone yet with Florida's news on John My question Summer savings.

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Dr. Tom Inglesby weighs in on what states need to have in place to lower their risk of re-opening

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dr. Tom Inglesby weighs in on what states need to have in place to lower their risk of re-opening

"There are now more than one point three million confirmed virus cases in the U. S. and more than eighty two thousand Americans have died just ahead of his testimony to Congress today Johns Hopkins Dr Tom Ingalls be told CBS this morning morning what what state state should should have have before before re re opening opening two two weeks weeks of of the the client client cases cases health health system system that that can can really really care care for for more more people people if if they they get get sick sick why is that I am not suggesting available for anyone who has committed symptoms and their program for rapid tracing of contacts of cases

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