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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:32 min | 3 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Officials say the counties in real trouble effort broke another record Sundays number of positive tests with a huge jet setting rise to 1087. That's the first time the Countess surpassed more than 1000 cases and the second day in a row, a record breaker 736 cases on Saturday County's public health office Dr Wilma Wooten says. We have not seen cases this high in months, and it's a clear indication covert 19 is widespread. So what does it all mean? Doctor wouldn't says these totals also show people are not following the public health recommendations, she said. The weeks following Halloween, this record case jump is a warning sign. People need to follow public health guidance throughout the upcoming holiday season. Phil Farrar, KOGO news opponents of the Purple Tear restrictions air holding a rally of 3 30 this afternoon outside the count. The administration building county Supervisor Jim Desmond and alcohol in Mayor Bill Wells are among the speakers joining Alison Hartman and her group reopen San Diego. Businesses deserve to stay open and not have to close down because they cannot sustain not making any income for months and months and months On end, you know, people put their blood, sweat and tears into their businesses. Those means jobs for people. I know people that have had to quit their jobs to homeschool their kids. Go on food stamps. This just isn't sustainable. So enough is enough. Come join us. There were protests in not only the business closures in the purple tear, but also the freezing of school re openings. Jack Cronin, Coco News. As San Diego is now in its first full week of the lower purple tear or higher Purple tear for San Diego County restaurants and gyms have filed a lawsuit seeking an emergency injunction so they can continue indoor operations. The lawsuit filed on behalf of all restaurants and Jim's, comes his 11, California counties were forced to impose the stricter limits on businesses after cases rose above the thresholds established by the state. Well, good news son is 502. You may have noticed some empty store shelves. If you went shopping over the weekend isn't a repeat of the horning at the start of the pandemic or have cos learn their lessons with fears over more lockdowns and restrictions. People are once again stocking up on toilet paper. But the CEO of grocery giant Kroger Rodney McMullen is urging calm. We didn't have limits on early enough. There's plenty of product in the supply chain on we just thought it would be much better to be proactive because Long as people only buy what they need. There's plenty of supply in the supply chain the run on toilet paper, forcing police and Newport, Oregon to remind people not to call 911. If you run out of TP on Facebook, the department saying newspaper catalogs or receipts make good number two options and in a pinch, try handful of leaves or emulate the mines and colonial Americans. And use a corncob Joshua Lipton KOGO news. So that sorry. Did she just say to use a corncob I'm thinking are a little tongue in cheek right there. Oh, okay. Tongue in cheek. Drugmaker Madonna says it's Corona virus vaccine is 94.5% effective in the latest trials. NBC's Miguel Almaguer has details. Modernist says the Independent Committee analyzing its data did not report any significant safety concerns, clearing a major hurdle. Dr. Anthony Fauci, America's top infectious disease expert, called the news as good as its get as it gets 94, a half percent, he says, is truly outstanding. Meantime, Dr Fauci is telling people to continue to wear masks and physically distance, especially with the vaccine on the horizon. He added that there is a big if Concerning the vaccines. We have to get people to take the vaccine. So if we get the overwhelming majority of people taking the vaccine, and you have on the one hand and effective vaccine, on the other hand, a high degree of uptake of the vaccine we could start getting things back to relative normal as we get into the 2nd and 3rd quarter of the year. That she added that at that point, people will be able to consider doing things that are regarded as too dangerous. Right now. The U. S now has more than 11 million covert cases that more than 246,000 deaths. Joe Biden's office has been communicating with dead Democratic leaders in Congress, pushing for more money to go to states during this pandemic. More from Gurnal. Scott run claim who will be Biden's White House chief of staff, said on NBC's meet The Press that the president elect has talked with top Democrats to stress the importance of getting aid to states to keep essential workers employed. Obviously, we need urgent help two individuals, but we're going to see layoffs of police of firefighters of teachers. In the next month in a lot of states and localities, unless these local governments get the aid they need. Senate Republicans have balked at the multi trillion dollar aid package passed by the House claims says the president elect has not yet personally spoken to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. President Trump has yet to formally concede the election to President elect Biden challenging the results in several states in court President Tweeting Sunday that he only one in the eyes of the fake news media, I concede nothing. We have a long way to go. This was a rigged election. In an interview with CBS News, former President Barack Obama reacted to the lack of formal transition so far. It's very hard for democracy to function if We are operating on just completely. Different sets of facts. When.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"To rise. This is Supervisor Nathan Fletcher. We really want Teo important public to please join with us in this effort. Let's try and slow. The spread with string guitar case counts declining again were now more than six consecutive days of creeping up on larger jumps in the last 48 hours. Public health officer, Dr Wilma Wooten says they have to sound the alarm to avoid falling back into the strictest of the reopening tears. Ah, moved to the purple tear would lead to the closure of all non essential business is the good news is it would take two consecutive weeks of covert 19 testing data in purple tier levels before the county is moved back to that step. Our rally has been held outside the gates of Disneyland by long time fans of the happiest place on Earth and some of its thousands of laid off employees. It was two press governor Newsome to adopt new Corona virus rules that would let the park reopened soon. After being shut down since March. 1 woman who came with her mother and 95 year old grandmother told CBS too. She is sure the Magic Kingdom can operate safely under strict health guidelines and said having it open again would make a big difference in many people's lives, weaken social distance. We can wear our mask and we can be safe and we can open our happy place. For many people, this is where we go to forget about our daily problems and struggles, and it brings so many people joy and I know what would want us to re open Does these other theme parks around the world have already been allowed to reopen under strict health rules? There's a solar car spinout. It's on the 1 10 north. Pound of Figueroa will get more from Jeff Coming up in four minutes. It's 10 11 introducing touch free payments from papal a safe way if your customers to pay Whether you're.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The reporting party. Um, and the mail on the radio call the males she could hear the male talking about Wanting to be shot by the police officers, and there was indications that there was firearms in the house. The suspect was breathing and talking when taken to a local hospital. Well, if you have even an inkling that you might be sick, you should not wait to be tested for covert 19 public health officer, Dr Wilma Wooten says People should get tested immediately and isolate themselves from their families and wait for test results. Recent figures in the county show San Diegans are waiting an average of 3.5 days after symptoms developed before they're tested. County operates about 40 testing sites, and most don't require an appointment. You could find a list in San Diego county dot gov. Symptoms of covert 19 include body aches, runny nose congestion, sore throat, headache and fatigue and may appear to toe 14 days after being exposed to the virus. For people who aren't able to isolate our quarantine at home. The county is set aside rooms for the public. Maryland Heitor Kogo news still wobbling at 41, Of course, not a milestone birthday for most of us, but one penguin proves it wrong. She cruised into the record books as the oldest captive penguin ever. She lives in a zoo in Denmark and is described as quiet and calm. Workers say she captured their hearts and admit she gets special treat species typically lives about 30 years in captivity. Half that in the wild Alright why an event of Fiesta Island has drawn the attention of the county. We also have your traffic and weather in three minutes, Kogan years times 6 36. Hi, I'm David Fluff and I'm Steve Schmidt..

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San Diego County takes action after reporting 8 community outbreaks in a week

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

San Diego County takes action after reporting 8 community outbreaks in a week

"San Diego county has issued a warning after hitting the first roll back trigger during the corona virus outbreak there have been eight community outbreaks in a seven day period one more than the trigger threshold Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer says because people got sick at a social club a campground a private home to restaurants and three workplaces and different independent parts of San Diego going to stop any future openings beyond what's already been announced the definition for a community setting outbreak is three are more cases they should not be a related cases the highest number of cases so far with the cases that we're talking about four at the elevated to measure of four five cases through these outbreaks will drop off the next day so the pause may immediately be lifted it does not apply to any business groups that have already been approved they can still open as

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Still neighborhoods insulated neighborhoods are going to have partly cloudy skies but they'll actually makes out of it rather quickly and then heat up in the mid to upper seventies throughout the day here and close to highs will be in the lower seventies with any business accurate forecast I'm in a suppository B. C. ten news right now it is sixty five degrees and cloudy in downtown San Diego sixty three at the Otay mesa border crossing same for lawyers groups here and in el Cajon covered years time five o'clock a man has been shot and wounded by police in Escondido the shooting happened about three forty five this morning on Washington near Broadway it's unclear what led up to the shooting but the victim was reportedly hit several times in the chest that person is in the hospital and police are telling people to avoid the area as they investigate San Diego county has a warning for you we've hit the first roll back trigger during the corona virus outbreak that means they're been eight community outbreaks in a seven day period which is one more than the threshold Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer says because people got sick at a social club a campground a private home to restaurants and three work places and different independent parts of San Diego going to stop any future openings beyond what's already been announced the definition for a community setting outbreak is three are more cases they should not be a related cases the highest number of cases so far with the cases that we're talking about four at the elevated to measure up for five cases three these outbreaks will drop off the next day so the pause may immediately be lifted it does not apply to any business groups that have already been approved they can still open as planned Jack critical news supervisor Nathan Fletcher is joining us at eight eleven this morning to explain this community out brake system that we have and what that really means to us yeah the triggers are a little confusing just yeah so we're in their words.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"We're ready there we are ready to respond go pointing I thought always Kevin there no no we're just we're ready okay all right the state is making progress in the fight against over nineteen the governor Newsom has a message for all of us we are not out of the woods yet Newsome said overall the stabilization of positive test rates hospitalizations and icy use but in every area of the state with gradually opening the governor said this does not mean things are back to normal but also let us be mindful of our personal responsibility at this moment not to forget that we have gone through an enormous amount together in the last hundred plus days more from the governor and I say this all the time to my team and so many different respects let's not run the ninety R. dash let's get through this let's get out the other side let's get out stronger more resilient than ever we will use the matter the themes of social distancing a mask wearing remain critical in slowing down the spread of the coronavirus gave Lewis cocoa news covering years time five oh one the county says that it has not had any new community outbreaks keeping one of the key triggers below the threshold for rolling back some of the openings well there are more than a dozen active community outbreaks overall there were no new ones for Monday meeting just for new outbreaks over the last week below the trigger of seven and rolling seven day period for clusters of cases outside of concrete living centers there at thirteen active outbreaks in community setting locations and we have not had any new outbreaks since yesterday in this category as well Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer in San Diego those healthcare triggers are all green today there are thirteen different triggers the work together overall help accounting identify a rise in the spread of the virus but three of these thirteen including the new community outbreaks are independent triggers that lead will roll back on their own Jack critical news dates that reopened in may are starting to see an increase in covert nineteen cases Casey Steagall has the latest according to new data released by John Hopkins university at least twenty four states are now seeing a rising trend of new coal that nineteen cases while coronavirus hospitalizations have reached an all time high in places like Texas and Arkansas all those states governors maintain there are still plenty of beds to handle the surge of for now while officials at one of the largest hospital systems in Arizona say they could face an ICU bed shortage if the cases keep trending up in Florida.

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San Diego Protests And Coronavirus

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

San Diego Protests And Coronavirus

"Everyone who attended a protest in San Diego is being asked to get a corona virus tests Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer in San Diego says they don't know yet the impact of the protests on the spread of the virus it's a bit too soon to tell about the events that have occurred so we would expect to see any associated new cases related to those events and about twelve to fourteen days Dr Wooten joined by county supervisor Nathan Fletcher we certainly do continue to advise everyone whether the protests that happened a month or so ago or whether the ones happening now to continue to utilize face coverings and physical distance in as best they can they're asking everyone now who attended a protest with the clean up efforts to get a corona virus

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:45 min | 9 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Dr Wilma Wooten following supervisor Nathan Fletcher good afternoon everyone and thank you supervisor Fletcher as everyone now knows their covert nineteen updated global national and state statistics are based on the data that we obtained from the Johns Hopkins dashboard and this information was obtained today around noon globally there over six point two million positive cases including almost three hundred and seventy four thousand deaths nationwide United States is reporting almost one point eight million positive cases now at twenty nine percent of the global number and includes over one hundred and four thousand five hundred deaths state wide California's reporting almost one hundred and twelve thousand five hundred positive cases including four thousand one hundred and seventy six deaths today the county of San Diego is reporting seven thousand five hundred and fifty four cases which is seventy three more cases than was reported yesterday and includes two hundred and sixty nine deaths with no new deaths reported since yesterday the age range remains the same from three months of age one hundred and one years of age of the three hundred three thousand nine hundred fifty two cases and the age group of twenty to forty nine years of age this still makes up fifty two percent of all cases and also the gender is evenly split between a female and males and we have only fourteen individuals for which no gender information is provided one thousand three hundred and thirty one or eighteen percent of cases have been hospitalized and this includes three hundred and eighty four five percent of the total number of cases admitted to the ICU and represents twenty nine percent of the total number of those hospitalized the two hundred sixty nine deaths represent approximately four percent of the total number of cases of these two sixty nine deaths forty three percent are female fifty seven percent are male two hundred fifty eight had underlying medical conditions which represents ninety six percent of the total deaths ten had no underlying medical conditions which represents four percent total deaths and there is only one case for which information is pending regarding race and ethnicity for all deaths we have data for ninety nine percent which is two hundred sixty six of the two sixty nine total number of deaths which means we do not have information for three cases of this total.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"We continue to make progress towards our goal there all along with our investigations performed our nine thousand our treatment of public health motel rooms remains available presently utilized by a hundred and seven individuals today reporting seventy three new positive test out of the three thousand six hundred fifty five three two percent average are rolling fourteen day average is two point nine percent it's a this is certainly trending in a good direction our daily hospital census has our total code related hospitalizations holding steady I see you numbers down a little bit none I see you up a little bit but holding steady there just shy of the four hundred mark on which has been generally consistent over the course of the last month or so next you can see our cobit hospitalizations at the bottom non coated hospitalizations of the top again they're holding steady just under the four thousand number and above that you can see the eighty percent bed capacity reserved for covert final fighters are ICU utilization you can see our covert related icy use holding generally study non because they dropped a little bit yesterday to today are bringing the percentage of ICU beds occupied down a little bit are these and other metrics are ones that we monitor in real time every single day as we assessed our ability to continue what has thus far been a very successful reopening all know Turner Dr Wilma Wooten for public health officer support Dr Wilma Wooten following supervisor Nathan Fletcher good afternoon everyone and thank you supervisor Fletcher as everyone now knows their.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The bay area where illness numbers were higher I'm being held from opening just a bit longer mistral Scott the county did confirm the hair salons and barber shops can open immediately at the rate of follow the guidelines on fiscal distancing and sanitation churches can also open starting tomorrow in San Diego the account is positive test rate for the corona viruses dropped to two percent today after sitting at three percent for the last four days and no new deaths have been announced for the third consecutive day Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer for the county says two hundred and forty nine total people died from the corona virus only eight had no underlying medical conditions representing three percent those who passed away it appears that we may have peaked from April twentieth to may first as we are opening back up we will continuously to aggressively monitor all of our metrics because while we may have peaked if people are complacent do not adhere to social distancing mass coverings hygiene and sanitation and the screenings the numbers could peak again in addition customer buzzer Nathan Fletcher the court rules for the beaches have not changed coming out moral day weekend in San Diego county the determined Jason was made that it is unlikely you're going to get spread for folks around the water the reality is you don't get mass groups of folks swimming or surfing right next to each other and so the risk of spreading contagion is very low it is greater on the shore where people might gather in city in large groups in close proximity to one another and so that's why in San Diego county we've allowed the water activities and we've limited to date the gatherings on the beaches because also conducting a coronavirus tests in the first of its rule testing sites today sixty nine tests were conducted outside the library in Julian today cal fire in the county fire authority are operating the.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"A stall there as well and that play houses been taken Adelaide's west found fifty two at St so I'm Laura came because next real time traffic updated at six ten city was updated forecast seventy four to seventy nine degrees along the coast it'll start out partly cloudy becoming mostly sunny quickly seventy eight to eighty three degrees inland patchy fog early morning otherwise mostly sunny San Diego's most accurate forecast I'm meteorologist Angelica Campos right now in downtown San Diego with seventy degrees cocoa new son is six oh one citadel carries coronavirus positive test rates falling to just two percent is the lowest daily number during the outbreak and well below the state goal of eight percent hello test rig came as the county tested more than forty eight hundred people yesterday who daily record the closest they've been the goal of testing fifty two hundred every day and eight more people die from the virus overall two hundred and thirty for the outbreak well that's six of these two hundred thirty patients had underlying medical conditions Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer in San Diego county is waiting for approval from the state to open restaurants and stores that application at the county of San Diego submitted was different from the attestation plan that's on the website submitted by smaller jurisdiction so it's a different document in terms of at least four or five different metrics and I believe we might be one of the first we did get a receipt or email notifying us that the application have been received and we are awaiting input about that application the doctor insisting he was also keeping an eye on the borders.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Trump had this comment about doctor bright I like the job we did I don't know I never let up I don't want to ride a filed a formal whistle blower complaint last week six more deaths from the cold at nineteen virus reported in Seneca county today that means there now have been two hundred people have died from the virus almost all with underlying medical conditions said eagle county's top health official says today that she is reviewing the plans now by tribal casinos for a phased in openings next week and we'll give them guidance and advice on Wednesday Dr Wilma Wooten said the casino should not open and that it would risk public health but after meeting with representatives of the casinos today she said they are sovereign nations Bahasa casino is set to open Monday Sir Quan on Wednesday and valley view next Friday with the food chain disruptions were seeing because of the pandemic it's getting increasingly hard to eat healthier foods Gary Baumgarten spoke today with a registered nutritionist and apparently she didn't have much to say we'll check back out that little bit on Wall Street the Dow closed up seven points let's go live now get a coke or real time traffic updated for Laurie came here is Travis Dale yeah all right we're going to get back.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Talking I'm seven sixty from ten to noon so today Dr Wilma Wooten one of the top medical officials at San Diego county said we've been talking about for a long time they admitted more mail more in detail about the covert nineteen deaths locally and notes the union hyphen Tribune today a vast majority of sandy residents who died of covert nineteen had existing medical conditions so they came up with the numbers today get this fifty four percent of local cobit nineteen victims had high blood pressure thirty six percent had dementia or Alzheimer's thirty one percent had diabetes thirty percent had cardiac disease twenty percent had chronic kidney disease you see a trend here yes eleven percent had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD or asthma nine percent were immuno compromised and then six percent world peace now if you add that up with your with your mental calculator here it's a hundred percent more than her percent actually has some people had more than one condition so that's the pre existing conditions it's a hundred percent plus its end you you look at that and contrast what our experience has been much of it with the best of intentions over the last out almost eight weeks and you start asking questions you know what as an American you have a right to ask questions so why risk or questions of doctor Scott atlas from Hoover Institution hold joint is coming up after the bottom of the hour Lara Logan's gonna join us tomorrow night from fox nation as well lots more coming up here live right now mark Larson here on newsradio six hundred cocoa.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:12 min | 10 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Diego's most accurate forecast I'm meteorologist Angelica Campos attendance India right now sixty eight degrees produce time six eleven well the Kelly says the state may be changing some other metrics for evaluating of certain areas of California can move faster during the coronavirus recovery K. supervisor Nathan Fletcher said people need to keep following the public health orders we continue to move through our re opening in phases and it is important to note that thus far as the region we are doing a good job we are doing it the right way cautiously slowly and a methodical approach and thus far we are on a pathway to continue our re opening from the very beginning we said it was important that we wanted to have a former trajectory and forward movement I think it's important to note that when a posture changes or when things begin to open up we will not immediately know the impact of that change it takes a while is behavior change to know are we seen an uptick were not in the case it's takes a while for there to be spread a little bit longer for community spread a little bit longer for symptoms to develop our individuals get tested and a little bit longer for those individuals to go to the hospital which is why we are working through this in phases because we do believe it is more important that we continue consistent trajectory of opening in a safe and responsible way than to go too fast too far and be in a situation where we have to clap back down or move down and so as we continue to go through these areas we want to continue to do it in the right way taking a step monitoring the data seeing what's happening while we continue to build up our testing tracing and treatment options while we continue to monitor the situation in our hospitals and we continue to all have an opportunity to adapt to the way that we are doing things it's also important not the not every community has impacted the same and we have to be mine full of the reality that some communities are facing greater impacts and greater circumstances and situations and they may feel a little bit differently and so we are trying to move forward as one region as best we can in addition approximately ninety six percent of people have died in San Diego county from corona virus of had underlying medical conditions Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer in San Diego says half the population has something that would classified as an underlying condition every flu season we tell people.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Represent the people they're close to us because we've gotten to know them over the process of a campaign that's why campaigns matter that's what that's why candidacies matter because they're your representatives then they hire experts to advise them but then the elected official has to make the call and in this case they're going to point their fingers and well I was just listening to the experts and are the voters can be dumb enough to let them off the hook I hope not no I I certainly hope not I did that that might have been a pivotal statement by Dr Fauci and his longevity and the trump administration that are now already heard that the president strongly disagreed with him we'll see where that conversation goes but stay tuned and stay tuned to this fight between Dr Wilma Wooten here in San Diego and the tribes somebody make some popcorn this one's gonna be good all right stay with us San Diego's evening news with Jack Cronin and Maryland Haidar is next join us again tomorrow at three put that in my report called the myelin new pen rose on news radio six hundred and on north down five to Randy spent fifty four crashes clearing on that transition ramp they also have a crash on south on one twenty five Spring Street that's clearly it's a hit run accident there in a bumper northbound fifteen before nine in the fast lane on Lori came because next real time traffic update is at six o'clock new York's mayor says he wants to keep the lockdown for months and some governors agree as the economy collapses.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Conditions Dr Wilma Wooten is the public health officer in San Diego well retail establishments manufacturers offices that can't operate remotely and public spaces will be in the first wave of workplaces to reopen in California but at his latest daily briefing governor Newsom said that first plans have to be made logistics for nonessential movement areas around retail IT curbside retail for nonessential items the issues that have been broadly defined around the need to address our kids in schools and the schools are shut down for the remainder of the school year learning continues at home distance learning but we recognize there's been a learning loss because of this disruption the governor says they're now considering the prospect of an an even earlier school year into the fall starting classes possibly in late July or early August California's first in the nation plan to deliver three meals a day to vulnerable seniors during the cover crisis has less than two weeks to launch before its federal funding expires it wasn't clear how many cities and counties would be delivering mail meals by may tenth that's where the money from FEMA set to end the state expects to seek an extension of the program is successful but warns there's no guarantee it'll be granted governor some last week announced the plan for restaurants to make meals mostly paid for by the federal government as the navy's struggles to get one virus outbreak aboard a warship under control another is brewing this time the destroyer USS admiral Kidd it's based in Washington state but now ported in San Diego to take care of six sailors and undergo sanitization sixty four of the three hundred fifty crew members testing positive here's what's puzzling for the name the first cases emerged more than a month after all wide port visit the ship was in Central America participating in drug.

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"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"In the city will start to open back up as of tomorrow the mayor's has parking lots will still be close to limit the amount of people and people cannot play sports together in groups or have their team out there but the park she says will be per people to walk or run or walk around beaches says the mayor could be open as soon as the first of may Seneca county health officials say there's been another death in the county bringing the total to seventy two now there were fifty seven new cases of covert nineteen reported yesterday with a total now of two thousand three hundred and twenty five positive cases in the county county public health officer Dr Wilma Wooten the second magic is related to hospitals and here we want to see a downward trajectory of hospital cases over the past fourteen days and again we've used the time period of April sixth through April nineteenth and here we also see a clear downward trend doctor Wilton's saying what has to happen with the numbers if you were a hospital cases and a more of a downward trend in the number of cases themselves before her she says the county can consider easing these public health orders governor Newsom says that he on Wednesday will offer more details about when California might begin to roll back stay at home restrictions a move toward real putting the economy Newsome saying understands why people are protesting in California he says they obviously have a lot of anxiety as to the people are still following the stay at home orders I led to today's remarks by acknowledging not only the anxieties of people that may be actively protesting but I imagine the anxieties of forty million Californians that are actively participating and advanced in our state home orders that save lives and has made California a healthier play is that some of our original models had projected meantime Facebook today says it's removing the sum of N. sets platform aimed at a pro testing the stay at home orders mandated by local governments Facebook is removed events planned here in California as well as in Nebraska and New Jersey because they say they violated a protective measures imposed by governors a spokesman for Facebook said events that defy governments guidance on social distancing are not allowed on Facebook one of only a handful in the country the Chula Vista police department is taking to the skies to help reach out to the homeless committed during the pandemic the Chula Vista police department's drone unit flying the unmanned vehicles over canyons full of homeless encampments using a loudspeaker to inform them of medical services being provided the drones covered eight square miles telling folks where they could get health assessments and hygiene kits well only three people came in for services the use of the drones allows Chula Vista police to complete the mission in three hours compared to about twenty hours on foot the department is already planning another mission Josh will lift and cocoa news U. S. Canada Mexico today saying they're extending restrictions barring nonessential travel across their borders for another thirty days because of the corona virus pandemic public security officials say as president trump stated last week border control travel restrictions other limitations remain critical the slowing.

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Health orders at the end of this month Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer for San Diego says the county is going to look out in her words possibly dialing down the orders but they're still warnings we certainly understand everyone's interest in getting back to normal but I can tell you until we can have herd immunity that's created with the vaccinations we will not be back to normal and we are talking about how we can loosen up some of the various orders that have been imposed over the past month or so and we will look at how we can do that but as long as we have increasing numbers and increased numbers of hospitalizations and deaths it would be premature Dodge would sing we'd see a leveling off of the decline in cases before they make any possible decisions at the end of the month Jacquelyn co news president trump says the federal government is working to manufacture medical equipment at unprecedented levels and his latest daily coronavirus briefing trump applauded a GM plant in Kokomo Indiana as the corporation announced its first Vettel leaders are now coming off the assembly line they did it eleven days from start to finish or marketable testament to the ingenuity of the American worker president says GM will ship six hundred ventilators this month alone coronavirus drive through testing location in the north county has been ordered shut down by county officials after failing to provide proper certification we ask for their certificate the name of their laboratory director and the laboratory information that they say they have that validates that is make sure it's useful the test that they're actually using that when it's a positive it really means positive and negative it really means a negative we have yet to get that information's Dr Eric McDonald says the covet clinic testing site at Mira Costa colleges said a Leo campus conducted a nasal swab to test for the virus and an antibody test he says the county officials are continuing to work with the clinic and it will be allowed to reopen once the proper documentation is received a disaster relief fund has been set up by governor Newsom to help undocumented immigrants affected by job losses from the corona virus Newsome says the state will provide about seventy five million dollars in financial support for immigrants living in California with private donors committing to raise an additional fifty million the governor says help is also coming if you're a California resident seeking unemployment benefits after being laid off due to cover nineteen with two point seven million Californians filing for unemployment in the last month Houston issued an executive order to expand call center hours for those seeking benefits from four hours a day five days a week twelve hours a day seven days a week we are in the process right now of dealing with an unprecedented number of people making phone calls into our EDT department employment development department we are trying to process these applications were trying to turn around those applications in real time somatic pandemic relief is on the way for independent contractors with the program starting on the twenty eighth will turn checks around in twenty four to forty eight hours St Louis kogo news the SAT tests that were supposed to be administered early June have been canceled with the decision to be made later of subsequent tests more on from colonel Scott the College Board says the cancel Lucien is because of the corona virus pandemics effects on school closures and health guidelines across one hundred ninety two nations it does not rule out testing dates starting in August and running through the end of the year but only if it is safe from a public health perspective students can begin registering for those tests in may high schools and universities are being asked to prepare for an onslaught of test takers should schools re open by planning to staff extra testing centers if schools don't open this fall the college board plans to roll out a digital essay T. for teens to take it home how some new tech may be able to know if you've come into contact with someone who has covert nineteen we also have your real time traffic in your updated weather in three minutes covered years time six thirty seven wants to help you with your bills listen for the cue to text weekday mornings at five AM eight AM hours and again in the four PM hour for your chance to win a thousand dollars from our solar the local name you can trust you are currently over paying on your taxes I'm virtually certain of that if you make a lot of money are self employed or a business owner but will pay to repair professionals for a high net worth individuals.

Dr Wilma Wooten
"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:10 min | 11 months ago

"dr wilma wooten" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Fails to get out of prison because of the panda a federal judge in LA has rejected Barca's request for release on bail from a prison in Texas noting there are no covert nineteen cases reported at that facility the judge writes while the court recognizes the M. president of nature of the covered nineteen pandemic and defendants heightened risk that is a risk defendant faces whether he remains in custody or is released on bail the judge out sadly there is no safe location I disagree with judge understands contention Walker's attorney Nathan Hochman the option of sheltering in place in your own home we'll be far far much safer for sure aka and similar vulnerable people in the prison population like I've recently started serving a three year sentence for his role in a scheme to derail an FBI investigation into abuses in LA county jails and then lying to the fence about it his request to have his conviction and sentence vacated has also been tonight Hochman says they plan to appeal click here to ski Utah KNX ten seventy newsradio the only city council voted have the city attorney seek immediate court action to stop an apartment building in Venice from being used as a hotel the concern is that the remaining long time residents of the Ellis in are being put at risk amid the corona virus pandemic with the revolving door of short term renters this weekend in particular the owner usually dramatically cut short term rental rich young party restricting coming in not paying attention to social distancing cotton lots of disruptions their mission L. clearly and some sections in that building really terrified of the potential exposure to cope with nineteen councilman Mike Bonin says the city attorney sued the landlord last month in an effort to stop the building from being run as illegal hotel but due to the crisis the hearing isn't until may the council's action direct the city attorney to apply for an emergency hearing to seek a court order saying they cannot keep booking short term rentals at the property Margaret Carrero can extend seventy newsradio said you got a recording does a new crown of iris desperately the total of thirty one also with fifty additional infections accounting as more than fourteen hundred confirmed cases public health officer Dr Wilma Wooten said the numbers seem striking but they may not represent any significant trap the increase in deaths should just be no cause for alarm as the number of deaths typically lag behind the number of positive cases reported and while San Diego county is not requiring residents to wear face masks coverings officials say essential businesses can deny entry to customers whose faces are not covered apartments transportation is telling airlines they should give refunds to passengers whose flights are canceled or significantly delayed virus outbreak has forced thousands of cancellations airline industry expert Brett Snyder with cranky flier dot com tells K. that's if you have a flight coming up that you no longer want to take don't be too quick to ask for a refund in some cases if the plates have not yet been canceled then you're better off waiting to see if they do get canceled if there is a change that would enable a refund but even if you don't almost every airline out there has put a policy in place to allow for changes for free testing department could start to enforce its recommendation but given their lines a chance to voluntarily comply first it's.