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"dr zaki" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:54 min | 8 months ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"It is consistent with the memorandum of understanding That we have with our teacher's union, and it's consistent with the science and the data and experience that we have with our schools in terms of them being saved, so we have to open our schools. It's the right thing to do for our kids, and I know for there's a lot of fear and concerns out there among some of the staff And that's legitimate. We're not dismissing it. We're just really trying to continue to work and provide proper communication to them versus the misinformation that they have on the fear that people invoke it's not productive. Because again, the schools are safe places for us to open and our kids need to be there so much we could talk to you about. No, There's never enough time real real quickly. I guess the final question would be. Are you making an effort to try and get the your teachers next in line, maybe to get vaccinated and have they shown you that they're willing to do so. Yeah, it's been a relentless daily effort as the school board and I continue to reach out to everyone we can. I have been doing this almost on a weekly basis, contacting the new administration, working with national organizations to send letters in the plea for our teachers and staff. Beyond the next round of prioritization that the vaccines we were able to successfully work out an arrangement with our local health department, Dr Zaki and her team to be able to set up a thing this past Saturday where we offered the vaccine toe all of our teachers and staff who are 65 older, so I was happy where he will do that We now need to take it to the next level. And offered it to all district employees because we are essential to our community, our economy and our families on most of all the development of our Children, no question, And we're thankful to every single teacher out there for everything that they've done to educate our kids since March, Broward County School Superintendent Robert Runcie always a pleasure to have you on. Thank you very much for the time. Thank you. Maddie 9 48. Let's check in with Rory O'Neill and a look at what's trending a whv dot commer Manny. There's a new study that says a napkin. Recharge your batteries. Also good for your cognitive abilities. The researchers say that taking a nap every day improves your verbal fluency, working memory and locational awareness. Three things I lack when I wake up from my afternoon nap. I gotta tell you where am I is the first question and way more. In the study we put on Jimmy's block it w y o d d I was wonder that my naps are too long war. Thanks for your help again. I'll talk to tomorrow Morning. Great. All right, 9 48 Comeback wrap up the show on NewsRadio. 6 10 w y o d. Welcome to the original social media postings using topics and sharing your comments and opinions and you're welcome to join us Stay connected with NewsRadio, 6 10 on Facebook and Twitter..

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"dr zaki" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:34 min | 8 months ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Subtle come through, so we'll still be in the upper sixties tomorrow morning but only make it to 76 with developing sunshine in the North breeze. Fifties. Tomorrow night Low seventies Friday. Looks like a great end to the week. All right. Thank you very much. We will chat with you in about an hour. That's good. Coming up on a 12 on NewsRadio. 6 10 w Y. O D. More and more science seems to point to the fact that kids can safely return to schools with precautions without leading to a surgeon covert infections and spread the CDC yesterday, releasing a report that said as much, let's discuss that and a little bit Maura's We're joined by Broward County School Superintendent Robert Runcie. You could follow him on Twitter at Robert W. Runs a good morning, superintendent. Always a pleasure. Good morning, Manny. Thank you so much. I don't imagine you're surprised by this report. You've been saying this for months that even in the Kobe cases you have found in Broward schools, it appears the vast majority of those infections took place outside the school. That's absolutely correct our experience since we've opened schools on October 9th, um, is absolutely consistent with the CDC is recent findings as well as research that we've seen. In medical journals such as the General American Medical Association, and they all conclude that there's little evidence and data that schools have contributed to increase in community transmission. In fact, The work that we've done here with our public health department and medical experts in the contact tracing at the end of December. We look analyzed that data we identified about 1300 reported cases at that time. Maybe 130 of them have the possibility of even occurring in schools and almost 70% of those were actually related to athletic programs. So there's really no secondary transmission of the Corona virus of crying our schools, and it's not just because their schools it's what we're doing in those buildings that given out those results. We're very disciplined in terms of making sure everyone's wearing masks were practicing physical distancing. There's extensive cleaning and protocols that we have in our schools, and those things are really paying off for us. There is the issue in a lot of schools and maybe that overcrowded But where would not be possible to really have social dance? This thing distancing in the classrooms? Is that going to be a problem moving forward as you try and get more kids back. It really isn't going to be a problem that the American Medic Pediatric Association, they recommend 3 to 16 most district's are have their standard at 3. Ft. We said our bar pretty high at 6 ft and the vast majority of our classrooms. In Broward County are adhering to the 6 ft. They're going to be some occasions, depending on how many kids we have back where we may actually have to make adjustments with classrooms, but for the most part will be at or near the six sheets. Uh, standard that we've said in Broward County. And of course, all of the science tells us that the younger the kids are the less chance there is. One for infection are two for the spread. Despite everything we've just talked about, Mr Runcie, I believe Broward has the lowest percentage of students who have returned to the classroom in the entire state. Have you have you noticed? I'm sorry. Go ahead. Yeah, that That's right. We're around somewhere. The last time I checked we around like 37 to 39%. So it's improving from the last marking period. But we really like to still continue to get it higher. Yeah, absolutely. Have you noticed any movement among parents who maybe had decided to keep their kids home and now we're beginning to be ready to send them back to the classrooms. Yeah, we've noticed so far, I think probably another 13 to 15,000 additional students on have returned to our classrooms and that number Continues to go up. I'm daily as we reach out, especially to those students that we've identified who are struggling and aren't making adequate academic progress. They have an academic challenges social emotional challenges as well. They need to be in school so we can provide them. An alternative to remote learning, which is not working for them and also the variety of support services that we can give them while they're in school. Absolutely. The good news is that an arbitrator has said that you can require teachers to return to classrooms. I know you're still getting some pushback from the union. But when do you expect to have all our are the majority of teachers back in class? I guess most of them are already there. Yeah. Most most year. The majority of our teachers are back in class. In fact, almost all of them are. What we've done is we've still issue um over 600 remote work assignments to teachers with medical conditions that we've identified, so that's a fact. We are still doing that We got compassion for our teachers were doing it to the greatest extent we can. But if we open schools and our students were there, we have to make sure that our teachers they're available as well, Eh? So you have the arbitrator looked at it. And so that what we're doing is consistent with state law. It's consistent with the spring approved reopening plan that we have from the sort of Department of education. It is consistent with the memorandum of understanding That we have with our teacher's union, and it's consistent with the science and the data and experience that we have with our schools in terms of them being saved, so we have to open our schools. It's the right thing to do for our kids, and I know for there's a lot of fear and concerns out there among some of the staff And that's legitimate. We're not dismissing it. We're just really trying to continue to work and provide proper communication to them versus the misinformation that they have on the fear that people invoke it's not productive. Because again, the schools are safe places trusted open and our kids need to be there so much we could talk to you about. No, There's never enough time real real quickly. I guess the final question would be. Are you making an effort to try and get the your teachers next in line, maybe to get vaccinated and have they shown you that they're willing to do so. Yeah, it's been a relentless daily effort as the school board and I continue to reach out to everyone we can. I have been doing this almost on a weekly basis, contacting the new administration, working with national organizations to send letters in the plea for our teachers and staff to be on the next round of prioritization that the vaccines We were able to successfully work out an arrangement with our local health department, Dr Zaki and her team to be able to set up a thing this past Saturday where we offered the vaccine toe all of our teachers and staff who are 65 older. I was happy we're able do that. We now need to take it to the next level and offered at all district employees because we are essential to our community, our economy and our families. On most of all the development of our Children, no question, And we're thankful to every single teacher out there for everything that they've done to educate our kids since March, Broward County School Superintendent Robert Runcie always a pleasure to have you on. Thank you very much for the time. Thank you, man. You have a great day, sir. 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"dr zaki" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Like an an an and another way it feels like the longest year of my life to get into the iconic ball. Drop is ready but no crowds. This year a drastic departure from the hundreds of thousands. We usually gather at the crossroads of the world. This time streets. Shutdown eighty percent fewer officers but security still tight. Do not come to the area. If you think you're going to be able to stand there. Watch the ball. You're mistake mistaken across the country. Fireworks displays cancelled in chicago in las vegas in boston in los angeles police on the lookout for house. Parties message couldn't be clear. Do not get together with others. On new year's eve but in florida where the governor ended covid restrictions on bars and restaurants social media is already four pack party videos even as broward county tries to enforce a one am curfew back in times square. Only invited guests allowed including first responders in healthcare workers among them. Dr zaki zombie doctor in the bronx. Who not only treated covy patients but lost his own grandfather to the virus. I'm so fortunate to have this experience to see it live. And i'm just so so thankful twenty twenty one also can't come soon enough for baldwin davis a public safety worker. Who lost his twin brother to cove it more job. I consider great pass and a new beginning. The new year's eve ball has been raised in lit and it is surreal to see the streets of times square. This ended but in a year where the virus is taken so much one thing. It has stolen his peter. Well said.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

08:04 min | 11 months ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on The Journal.

"Here's dr ian. I was interested from very early on as a young student study. Our immune system was fascinated by the complexity of our immune system by the ability of the immune system to recognize cancer. Says and i got very early on the idea to develop treatments which could activate our immune system to kill cancer cells in two thousand and one doctor's zaken and dr terachi started their first company to develop cancer treatments that venture proved successful. Eventually they sold that company for one point. Four billion dollars but the money didn't change much for the couple. Dr shocking comes to work bike. He doesn't even have a driving licence. They don't own a car. are they. Kind of modest people over modest. They are now among the hundred richest germans according to one listing. But they're incredibly mothers. They do live in the same apartment. They've always lived in. They didn't see fit to buy a house or an apartment with all that cash. They've got their academic menzer told me he had never met in his life people who are so into their work and i think that's something you really notice after awhile to. They're very very dedicated. Very dedicated to medicine very dedicated to their patients very dedicated to their research and certainly very dedicated to their company even before they sold their first company. The two started another venture the company. We're talking about today. Biontech bunting was set up basically to revolutionize cancer treatment cancer. Medicine takes ages to get approved for us and it takes a lot of experimenting and trialing and calibrating and recalibrating in the words of their major investor said is visionary who can tell us what the future is of this research and this type of medicine and then dr to richie tells us how to get there. By on main focus has been fighting cancer. Using genetic technology named for a molecule called 'em rna or messenger are na. But in late january that focus changed. Can you talk me through the moment in january when you realized covid was going to be a global pandemic since mid january there were information available that there is now in china in wuhan that was not concerned because we have something like that every six months but on january twenty four at the lancet paper and this was the first publication about this outbreak and described the outbreak and the cease and symptoms in a family chinese family who private to wuhan and almost all members got ill and it was clear that this is our toss putting virus. It was clear. What kind of symptoms are happening. And it was clear that this is a new virus. What was most concerning. Is that one of the family members. Heck the violence and violence positive but did not half symptoms and this was most concerning because this kate opened the door that people can't have and the of virus to vision on the planet. And i understand of who is connected to the rest of the worst and i now is that there is a big international airport that the city is connected to all mega cities in china by train. This just a pattern. Which is alarming. I understood that this virus was likely has already spent outside of china and could become a pandemic. Were you scared yes. Of course. I was scared. Because you're thinking about that. It is a situation where where you know that something's happening and people on not yet realizing that but the math behind it just showed me it will happen. It's just a matter of a few weeks. We don't have much time for the universe that doctors that he suspected that the coronavirus would be bad but he didn't know for sure how bad what he did know was. We would need a vaccine. It was at this moment in january. The doctors he made a big decision. Biontech was going to give it to develop a covert vaccine. This was a big gamble. It would require. Transforming the company would take a ton of resources and money all of which required sign off from his biggest investor after a two hour phone. Call dr talking got it. Here's boy on. He's very persuasive. Think and he managed to persuade the investor in that. This is a great calamity in the making and that it is paramount for the company to sort of use the technology that they build over the years to quickly create vaccine with his investors backing doctors. I set out to actually create a vaccine candidate and since he was using his miranda technology all he needed was a computer is not a typical lab work. You would imagine this time of new age sort of next generation. Vaccines are actually being designed on computers. He sat on his computer and started programming new vaccine and over that very first weekend. He designed ten vaccine candidates and vaccine that we will likely see authorized. Perhaps even this month or next month was created within hours of doctor shot in sort of sitting down to to start working on it. That's incredible. It is absolutely incredible just days after he read about this new disease on january twenty seventh doctors zaken took his ten new vaccine candidates to the office and told the company his plan. You went to work on monday. And he broke the news to everyone at the office that they are now largely shifting production and research to developing a coronavirus vaccine and he told everyone to cancel their holidays. He asked him not to take public transport infected and he served introduced a seven day working week. He divided the staff into shifts into group so if one group would become infected the other group could serve continue working on the same thing but as much as dr zaki felt the urgency of the moment. Some of its staff did not so. You just imagined that. It's january just before canada in germany. So everyone is relaxed life easy and the now situation company that we are expecting something bad after two days. I realized it's not as much activity as i expected so i asked them. Mike key members to come in individually it and i had conversations just a five to ten minutes conversation. I said two days ago i told you that we are going to a binding to the first pan-demic and the last fifty years and i don't feel that you understood that because you would not behave in this manner. I mean that really serious and attacked. Because i was talking to the best in our team. And if you're able to convince them than they also able to convince data's with his staff on board. Dr zaki gave this initiative. Name project lightspeed. Here's boy on because we will do so quickly that we'll have a vaccine before the end of the year thousand incredibly bold statement to make the time you have to know that the world record for functioning backseat is nearly five. Years is four and a half years. That's the sort of record time that anyone series in science was considering as.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Hours a nearby protest in the city of coral gables was a much different scene peaceful protesters took to the iconic miracle mile to have their voices heard across the state in Tampa more protests with demonstrators setting fires and taking to the streets Miami Dade County issuing a curfew order until six AM in other news history in the making a Cape Canaveral the scrub launch on Friday re scheduled for today successfully blasting off this afternoon two astronauts were on their way to the international space station becoming the first to be launched by a private space company more from will re o'neill three two with president trump watching the clouds parted and job thank god for the NASA administrator it was relief I'm not gonna lie to you I was praying I was praying for Bob and Doug I was praying for their families I was praying for their safe return even though they're just going commander Doug Hurley and pilot Bob bank and will dock Sunday spending weeks living aboard the international space station I'm Rory o'neill with Florida's news I'm L. Lewis it's another week of this were safely re opening another day for this thing about all vote by mail that's why another update is coming up at the top of the hour with news radio six ten W. Y. O. D. for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston the corona virus pandemic may be changing the way we relate to each other online Sanford psychologist Dr Jamil Zaki has been researching empathy for fifteen years and says our empathy has been under siege of the average American with less empathic than seventy five percent of Americans just thirty years before on social media it's not always been great for a lot of the time platforms like Facebook and Instagram we're looking at other people's highlight reels well we live our blooper reel let's think about some of the posts that are showing up online now like one posted by A. B. C.'s on Dan Harris a picture of a cat covered by action figures with the caption really running out of things to do with this kid and that honestly Dr Zaki says really helps we're vulnerable together shows us all we have in common he says empathy is a skill that we can all grow making kind is a routine making it a habit you can just become part of who we are what.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To allow in store shopping it'll be up to each county here in LA county which has the bulk of California's corona virus cases and covert nineteen gas that may not happen immediately ABC's Alex stone in Chicago the pandemic did nothing to stanch the killing from Friday through Monday at least thirty six people were shot in Chicago nine victims have died from their injuries new Chicago police superintendent David Brown said Friday he expected to see a surge in violence during the holiday weekend and CPD would be stepping up patrols last year forty three people were shot seven were killed over the holiday weekend this is already been the deadliest Memorial Day weekend in Chicago dating back to twenty fifteen Ryan burl ABC news Chicago from administration issued new strategy for corona virus testing that puts much of the burden on the states Richard Cantu ABC news well the corona virus pandemic changing the way many relate to each other online and it's for the better Sanford psychologist Dr Jamil Zaki has been researching empathy for fifteen years and says our empathy has been under siege of the average American with less empathic than seventy five percent of Americans just thirty years before and social media it's not always been great for a lot of the time on platforms like Facebook and Instagram we're looking at other people's highlight reels well we live our blooper reel let's think about some of the posts that are showing up online now like one posted by A. B. C.'s on Dan Harris a picture of a cat covered by action figures with the caption really running out of things to do with this kid and that honestly Dr Zaki says really helps we're vulnerable together shows us all we have in common he says.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To me parts of New York state will be re opening this week but for now still not the New York City area Terry Alden or ABC news now the latest traffic and weather together just look at the traffic cameras no major delays or accidents on tri state freeways heads up though to a disabled vehicle southbound seventy five before paddock exit nine now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center from social distancing in pre screening patients to appropriate PP our focus remains on safety learn more at no fear dentist dot com slash patient safety hello and then for Tuesday look for a high of eighty five with the chance of isolated thunderstorms again and then for Tuesday night dropping down to sixty seven the storm should clear out from your server weather station online first warning forecast survey even Richard news radio seven hundred WLW about seventy for this go round the corona virus pandemic may be changing the way we relate to each other online for the better the corona virus pandemic may be changing the way we relate to each other online Sanford psychologist Dr Jamil Zaki has been researching empathy for fifteen years and says our empathy has been under siege of the average American with less empathic than seventy five percent of Americans just thirty years before and social media it's not always been great for a lot of the time on platforms like Facebook and Instagram we're looking at other people's highlight reels well we live our blooper reel let's think about some of the posts that are showing up online now like one posted by A. B. C.'s on Dan Harris a picture of a cat covered by action figures with the caption really running out of things to do with this kid and that honestly Dr Zaki says really.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's your como propel insurance money update in recent weeks we got bad news on the jobs front end retail sales for April more than twenty million jobs lost and retail sales of sixteen point four percent from a week March total plus disappointing home resale numbers and now a forecast for the overall economy for the second quarter is painting a rather ugly picture the Atlanta fed's tracking data now points to a gross domestic product drop of nearly forty three percent for the April through June period that would be by far the worst in the post World War two era are you paying more attention to advertising on TV and the internet during the pandemic a recent study from ad taxi shows that nearly half of us are paying closer attention to ads during the crisis with two thirds saying they find it helpful when the coronavirus is addressed in advertisements another finding sixty two percent believe companies that address the crisis in advertising really do have customers best interests at heart the markets are closed for the holiday but will reopen tomorrow morning that's your money now for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston the corona virus pandemic may be changing the way we relate to each other online Sanford psychologist Dr Jamil Zaki has been researching empathy for fifteen years and says our empathy has been under siege of the average American with less empathic than seventy five percent of Americans just thirty years before and social media it's not always been great for a lot of the time on platforms like Facebook and Instagram we're looking at other people's highlight reels well we live our blooper reel let's think about some of the posts that are showing up online now like one posted by A. B. C.'s on Dan Harris a picture of a cat covered by action figures with the caption really running out of things to do with this kid and that honestly Dr Zaki says really helps we're vulnerable together shows us all we have in common he says empathy is a skill that we can all grow making kindness a routine making it a habit you can just become part of who we are what it's worth Jerry Preston ABC news the controversial ad targeting youth in Italy for sloppy social distancing sparked a hot debate A. B. C.'s Megan Williams is in Rome it only takes a small laughs and everything will grind to a halt again says the social distancing ad produced by the vendor to region a former cold and hot spot here in Italy the ad shows young people toasting embracing whispering to each other without a mask during happy hour scene in the piazza then it shifts to an icy unit and intubated patients.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on KOMO

"It but the continuation of the solemn remembrance stands as a testimony to those who were kept away that the fallen or not here in vain even during a pandemic they are not forgotten they are still remember for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston the corona virus pandemic may be changing the way we relate to each other online Sanford psychologist Dr Jamil Zaki has been researching empathy for fifteen years and says our empathy has been under siege of the average American with less empathic than seventy five percent of Americans just thirty years before and social media it's not always been great for a lot of the time platforms like Facebook and Instagram we're looking at other people's highlight reels well we live our blooper reel let's think about some of the posts that are showing up online now like one posted by A. B. C.'s on Dan Harris a picture of a cat covered by action figures with the caption really running out of things to do with this kid and that honestly Dr Zaki says really helps we're vulnerable together shows us all we have in common he says empathy is a skill that we can all grow making kind is a routine making it a habit you can just become part of who we are what it's worth Jerry Preston ABC news and Broadway shows might be kicking up its heels in January the head of the Broadway league Charlotte St Martin tells daily B. she believes Broadway could reopen in January there could be.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on KOMO

"Does not fly because the wind moves it it flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it during normal times hundreds of family members of the following would be here watching is a wreath is laid in praying for their loved ones who made the ultimate sacrifice for the nation but these are not normal times as the twenty one gun salute rang out here to witness it but the continuation of the solemn remembrance stands as a testimony to those who were kept away that the fallen or not here in vain even during a pandemic they are not forgotten they are still remember for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston the corona virus pandemic may be changing the way we relate to each other online Sanford psychologist Dr Jamil Zaki has been researching empathy for fifteen years and says our empathy has been under siege of the average American with less empathic than seventy five percent of Americans just thirty years before and social media it's not always been great for a lot of the time on platforms like Facebook and Instagram we're looking at other people's highlight reels well we live our blooper reel let's think about some of the posts that are showing up online now like one posted by A. B. C.'s on Dan Harris a picture of a cat covered by action figures with the caption really running out of things to do with this kid and that honestly Dr Zaki says really helps we're vulnerable together shows us all we have in common he says empathy is a skill that we can all grow making kind is a routine making it a habit you can just become part of who we are what it's worth Jerry Preston ABC news and two officials are cautiously optimistic that the newest girl at the woodland park zoo will fully recover after suffering a head wound over the weekend so officials believe the two and a half and month old gorilla was injured in a fight among some of the adult females he underwent surgery and it's believed the serious injury will heal if there are no complications from infection we're all being very careful in practicing social distancing but don't distance yourself from health care.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on The Power Trip

The Power Trip

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on The Power Trip

"My cat can't see color, so we took cory cove to create. You're was giving us. Crave the restaurant in all of your senses right? You'RE NOT GONNA use. Maybe, luckily for me. What I'm craving? Yeah, which by the way I have no problem. If twitter just destroys, we should put this on twitter. We'll see what the root can do with those five. My cat cancer color. So naturally cove craves. Careful. No other C-. Words crazy, please. No and here, Cory! Cove. We're to say do the. Challenger. Of any color. This marker Dr Zaki Ready. Oh boy! No, it's. Very Self. Corey cove was craving a cat, so he. Took a cat. Already. Believe you're allowed double up on cal, that's right colds. Corey COVES CAT was in. Crave restaurant. Curry coves cat. Had A distinct color and it craved. People. Cold Corey. which he goes by at night was looking for cats. And he ran into crave because of the color. Just tweeted it out arena call the Marnie. Gilmour challenge US these five words in one sense cat colored crave. Cove Corey. I probably. What do I care what people think. Yeah, no, let's see. A lot of fun. That's what I bring to the shows. Do you remember what language are you remember? What she said or is this again just? Mason, were actual words were. Now. We did use. I. Think we use cory. Cory cove. Especially, if I exist that, she may be like drowned a cat in a cove. Because, it was the wrong color, and she has craving death. Wow. Well and I wasn't looking at it. She brought it to me to show me because I was painting something. Maybe a cat maybe wanted a down payment color, and maybe you were thinking about. Crave restaurant because that's. Barely all sauce. I will Well, my husband should be at home right now. I'll I'll say I'll text him and see if he can take a picture of Finley's probably not up yet, but we'll, we'll get it straightened out. I'll give you the actual words and the actual sentence later on in the eight o'clock hour. A lot of people are using just the already on twitter. Just the five words. A Cory Cove craves colored cats. Yeah. You can use other words. That's okay though. Curricula of craves cream colored cats. That's one extra. Rico saw cat in color at crave see. Are GonNA use the restaurant yeah. anyway all right I'm sure some people are story Cole Past. Canes which colored him. Surprised okay, that's I don't have a cap. It would crave games. Yeah. News. News with me. Seventy five. I'm Zach Alverson and today. I'm filling in for Chris Hockey and I'M GONNA. Give you the hard news. We'll start with the MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA news anchor. Matt bellinger from KS Teepee TV he was assaulted and a Minneapolis Light Rail station after being hit in the eye with a rock or a brick at Nikola mall stopped early Tuesday morning the assault is said to have been random, and not because bellinger is a journalist. Police have arrested a thirty five thirty nine year old man as a suspect, but there's currently no known motive for the assault. Oh. It's a weirdly worded sense because it almost sounds like somebody's walking around going Oh man. What a great in downtown Minneapolis! Yeah I have to throw a brick Adam. If he's a journalist, it's if you pay. You got a microphone in somebody's face like Marnie on the silence like. Did you kill that person? Don't you get my face and a fight breaks out and you throw a brick somebody. It sounds like Matt's just sitting around. The station and Somebody Goes Oh God. Is that gay journalist and don't take kindly to people like you. Researching News, and what not take this brick. The face of Salt Lake is okay, though right, but it was a little scary, probably helping to return here in the next few days. That's what a story. Yeah, not not fun not fun. Brick for this show, yeah, go full on small on. Just take a real bad beating that staged. We'll claim that it's not everybody will come flying out of the woodwork sympathy for sauce. That'll be the HASHTAG sympathy for sauce. WHO's going? GonNa what beat me up how to ask Randy probably. He'd probably love to beat the that would be great. A the University of Minnesota gets a thirty five million dollar donation to study child brain disorders. The donation announced Tuesday by the Minnesota. Masonic charities, which also establishes the May Sonic Institute for the developing brain at the school. Reports say the money will be used to study how the brain grows during adolescence. Good news there. People in east central Minnesota should keep their eye out for missing three foot long lizard. Champlin said Tuesday the Pet Asian water monitor is good at climbing. And likes to eat rodents and crocodile eggs. Anyone who sees the Lizard is asked to call police tough break volume. People are hoarding your crocodile eggs in. Are Not safe. What did you call it an Asian what? Monitoring Asian water monitor water model. You. Don't WanNA. Keep all your crocodile eggs in one basket. Definitely not eat them all play now Y-. That's That's weird. Would you have that as a pet? I Dunno, maybe two because you're a psycho. Yeah spread again sauce. One of your buddies had a snake right in college. The reptile people are almost always the weirdest people. Yeah, they've every right to do it. If you WANNA have a snake or a turtle or an Iguana or a bunch of frogs. And feed beans and reptiles, but you get the point. Just go for it, but then just delete my number probably right I'm not gonNA Snake Guy. No, no, what about the tiger? Than the snake guy sure. And soon water now that is that is an odd group of people as well. definitely. Show they should they should. drug task force has found over six hundred and fifteen thousand dollars worth of meth and other drugs, an apartment in short view, a press release from Okay Hennepin narcotics and Violent Crime Task Force says over one hundred and eleven pounds of Meth and three and a half pounds of cocaine for after a months long investigation last Friday a thirty two year old in Grove Heights. Man has been arrested and charged with multiple drug counts. The restoration of the historic stillwater lift bridge could be complete by the end of the month. The Star Tribune reports Minnesota transportation officials say they hope to reopen the span across the Saint Croix River to pedestrians and cyclists by the end of May, department, of transportation says the final pieces for the bridge arrived last week..

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"dr zaki" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"One sheltered in place. You only have if you don't shelter in place. They talk about flattening the curb when you flatten the curb you drag out disease then when you open the economy back up you get a second spike. Is that going to happen? Nobody knows we've never been in lockdown the bio statistician. Dr Vitebsky. The great one. This guy is just awesome. I've talked to him for about three hours. And he said we might get a spike. We might not. We'll see is the answer so we don't disappoint. Our hospitals are prepared. I've asked her out surge capacity. Yes we do in Kern county. We're ready. Let's get the economy opened in a step wise fashion. Let's let's think about the the average American out there who is struggling. Who is angry whose business? I talked to a coffee shop the other day. She's losing both of our businesses. This is a real problem. It is crushing many Americans stomping on our freedoms and I think it's time to make some different decisions. You know you're living in a state that's probably doing. You know really more seriously locked down. I would guess than almost anywhere else in the country Gavin newsom announcing after a bunch of people went to the beach just the other day. I'm shedding all the all the parks even after we've heard that being out in the sunshine that sunlight and heat or the worst thing for this virus it can't last there. People are being kept in their homes in California. You know if you could speak to Gavin newsom right now. What would you want to say? I say let's get together and talk. I really love. I love solving problems for the American people. I think I feel their hurt. I feel their anger. I feel they're paying their their texting on facebook. Saying please help us get through this. I'm losing my business. You know my husband has depressed. My kids are home. They're not in school. When can this nightmare be over? So I am trying to have a voice for those who don't have a voice right now. Do you feel like you mean. Obviously the video has been pulled down. There's been articles written about you. This is inaccurate. Do you feel like all alone that you're the only doctor out there. That is seeing this. That maybe somehow your data's off or different than everyone else around you have hundreds of doctors. From all different specialties. Who have called Bait? And I'd interviewed some on my on my website on zoom. Who are saying. I see the exact same thing you do. I I live in an area. That's not busy. People are scared to come into the hospital. They've worked at different urgent cares that have shut down and they say. I don't understand why we're doing this. I don't think it's the right approach. We have actually hundreds calling in who actually agree with that position. So then you know. Other than the media the media tacking. Here's the thing is this is my question you're right and so many scientists and you're not. I mean I. I've been reporting this for several weeks. Now they're back to the end of the show. I'm going to list about one hundred twenty top world scientists. That would all agree with you. What is happening in mainstream news? Then can you explain it because it seems like? They're telling us that we are going to die. We need to stay lockdown. We have you know you know all day long music concerts were superstars are telling us if you want to be a hero. Stay in your basement. Burger King telling us just lay on your couch. That's how you can be an you know an American hero right now. How is that happening? I think what happens is we started down a pathway of logic. We said Oh boy Luhan. China is got millions of people the initial models that put out said two million Americans were going to die. Dial two million. We're not even one hundred grand so the initial model scared us to death so we said everybody shelter in place. I took precautions. I my kids came home. I said Oh boy. We don't know what this is. We sheltered in place. I N Ninety five masks everywhere you know. I was going to the store with. I told the line for two months. And that are seeing my my community going right. The hospitals are slow. I'm slow the disease out here. Doesn't seem to be reflective of New York so maybe we should make different decisions in our county because we are not inundated with disease. Maybe we should allow personal responsibility to take place and businesses to open and kids stay in school and then. I started looking at different countries. Going wow Dr Zaki now. Thirty years of this agrees. Wow Doctor Anders agrees. Wow Dr Wisconsin. And they just kept coming. He's epidemiologists. Who have agreed on this position. So that's when I formulated my opinion after two months of reading and studying and talking to colleagues around the country. I decided that I think the best approach is something similar to the Sweden model. Are you concerned that giving you all human beings WanNa be right especially those that have driven our nation into? What could really end up looking like a form of a depression? We're seeing jobless rates like we've never seen in my lifetime. Do you have any concern that there's going to be sort of a cover up or or an or at least trying to soften the details. You're talking about to protect those that got us into this. Are you worried that they're they're using the media to try and hide the fact that have been a classic mistake made here Dell? I think that if I was a leader and I made an I made a move that maybe didn't have the best outcome I would. I would say okay. The decision was made. Here's the outcome. Let's put it now. Let's pivot let's get the school's open number one kids under sixteen everybody back in school. Let's watch that for two weeks number to slowly open restaurants number three open major factories in a stepwise fashion like coming down a ladder. We've climbed up this ladder that is going to. I don't know where let's in a stepwise. Fashion come down and reopen the economy whether they try and cover things up. I don't think that's the big issue. The big issue is. How do we get back to a place? That's logical and rational allows people take personal personal responsibility for their own health. Those are all great points points that we've been sharing here. I have to say as report. I'm not a doctor. I'm not a scientist. But I have been interviewing a lot of people like you but I think one of the most outspoken in America right now. I think it's courageous whether or not it seems like you didn't know how courageous you were being. But you are here. You're still speaking out. And I think that makes you an honorable person and hopefully those videos. We put back up on Youtube. I know we're certainly hoping video states up but keep up the good work and I hope you'll stay in touch as we watch this thing Shift because as we know every day this story is changing. The models are changing. And hopefully if you've had some influence on really looking at the hard data thank you for your time today. Dr Erickson anytime. Be Happy to come back all right. Well I mean you know. You've been watching the high wire. That is not new information. I mean look at the things he was saying and as into Medicare is just a healthy person. Wise Deborah burks trying to track down all the asymmetric carriers as though they're scary people this type of information we've been sharing for eight weeks and I gotTa Tell You We have been all in on this. We have been hiring scientists and doctors around the world to bring you. The best information is coming to the end of April. And I'm a little behind if you are not donating to us right now and you find yourself tuning in for like the third time saying that high wire seems to have really good information on not binding anywhere else. I mean I see it on Fox but about two weeks after the high wire saying it. Will you join all of those great people that are helping? Make this happen right now. We're asking for a recurring donation. Just like you use net flicks something else. How about twenty dollars per twenty twenty twenty dollars a month just set up reoccurring donation so that we can keep bringing you these doctors and truth seekers seekers and scientists and Barack then are trying to get you back to work. They're trying to get the information out to the president. The more we share this shore the more you get out there and by the way since Youtube is censoring and since Youtube probably will try to take down this show. Because I don't care what the. Who has to say? I'm much more interested in the scientists and doctors that are actually on the ground in the field like Dr Erickson. That's where we're going to stay true to and you can make up your own mind. I'm not telling you what to do. I'm not telling you not the lockdown but I'm showing you the scientists and doctors around the world and all the stats and all the data points where you can actually find them so please go to our website and sign up at the high wire dot com right. Now please. Just give us your email. I will never share it with anybody. I'm not tracking you. I just want you to be able to track me. If Youtube shut us down is facebook shuts down. Freedom of speech is hanging in the balance. You need to be able to hear from guys like Dr Erickson there. We stepped up and bound and tracked him down and spend a Lotta time making calls to get him in here for those Tennessee. The video that was taken down on Youtube. That's what we're doing here. I need your help. There's no Pharma here. There's no diapers being sold. I'm not even selling vitamins or anything else. You are deciding what the content is what you're saying is I want free. News free content that does not shackled by anyone. And by the way if I were selling vitamins there'd be vitamin guys in you. Know what I didn't like what you said about chloroquine the other day. I didn't like I don't want any of that. I don't want to be controlled by anybody. Every day. We sit down with our team and say where is the real news? What is the real story? What are the questions we're actually asking and let's go find those answers? That's what we're doing for you and everyone. That donates gets that feeling every Thursday. I this happen. Please allow yourself had that feeling. Don't just sit back and watch. Don't just be a couch potato things through a hero percent in your basement. Get involved the high wire and donate to us. Now be really really helpful. So speaking of what's happening in the world today I want to bring in Jeffrey Jackson. Really quick to give us the rundown of what happened last week in America. Hey del how are you good really good? How're you doing jeopardy's doing good all right? Well let's go through the numbers. I so Cases worldwide. We have three point two million in the US little over a million cases mortality worldwide. Two hundred and twenty eight thousand. That's a little over that and in the US alone. At sixty one thousand cases a jumping over to the jobless claims now this has become unfortunately reoccurring situation on this show over the weeks Because they do come out on Thursdays we had three point. Eight four million as of last week. That was the claims that six week. Total of thirty million job jobless claims in the US From the numbers just from the numbers this part of the damage appears to be slowing down now the ripple effect is incalculable. But as far as those numbers is the second week in Some slowing numbers so You know are we flattening the curve there or or whatever sure I hope so But how does this? How does a start to change We began opening the country. And that's exactly what we're talking about with Texas Georgia in Idaho are all expected to let their stay at home. Orders expire tonight or today. So we're keeping an eye on those and this is really this is an inflection point. states are expected to lift. Stay at home orders. I did account before the show In the first week of May we should expect about nine states. Lift those orders or severely modify them to loosen them Over the rest of May so far eleven states have announced that they're going to do that as well Several states haven't haven't made announcements yet and as far as economies opening currently there are eleven that are in some phase of openness right now during the first week of May there's going to be twelve more rest of May eight more and again. A lot of states haven't released plans to open their economy yet. some are really seen. Anything WASN'T DIFFERENCE MEANS. Say An economy opening a lockdown being lifted. What does it mean those two terms? Yeah so the stay at home orders. You have the orders. The shelter in place orders the stay at home order the lockdown being lifted for the for the residents now the other part of it affects the economy's the businesses so like in Georgia for example. We have Tattoo Parlors gyms opening reported that last week. So it's like it's like a slow roll reopen for these bars things like that as we still social distancing in order still masks things like that but we're seeing we're seeing the beginnings of pop you the surface here and you know that's that's essential because you know moving onto the next point. I want to bring up. Is the supply chains. This is going to be an issue. You don't moving forward. It seemed like the supply chains in America and across the world really being hammered here and there is an article says Breitbart producers warn America facing protein shortages in that article. Lots of great information. John Tyson the chairman of Tyson Foods Inc. when largest meat producers in the. Us says the supply chain is breaking. That was his quote..

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"dr zaki" Discussed on The Current

The Current

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on The Current

"Home. I'm here in our studio with great small little crew so the show might sound a little difference but we're trying to make it our best and make sure that you have what you need when it comes to the latest most accurate information and as we did yesterday in our call in. We're hoping that we can also connect with each other through the radio as we go through all of this together so thanks for listening and let's get to it. There's a lot to talk about. The number of covert Nineteen infections in Canada continues to rise. More than eight hundred. Seventy people have tested positive for the virus. At least twelve have died and there are questions. About how many new patients are hospitals can handle health minister? Patty Hi do is the face of the fight against this crisis in Canada. And it's up to her. To balance sharing accurate information with keeping the public com. She joins me now from Ottawa Minister. Good Morning Good Morning. That how're you doing? Well I'm I was just saying to your folks here in Ottawa. It's surreal in a way for all of us and I would sam like every average Canadian trying to make sense of it while also being in the thick of it. What is that like because we see you every day now delivering the news to the public? And it's it's hard news. It's scary news and There are a lot of people who are feeling anxious about just receiving that news and absorbing what is it like for you bringing it to Canadians. It's it's really it's A. It's really hard. Obviously because people's lives have turned upside down and I know that and I know that people are scared and I know they're lonely and I know they're they're worried about families their finances and win. This is all GonNa end. These are the three questions I keep in my mind every day that I know Canadians are worried about and I tried to have honest direct answers. I mean I believe As you know as a politician Sometimes the tendency is to WanNa make people feel better. But actually I think it's radical honesty that's GonNa get us through this radical honesty. Yeah you know because People know that things are drastically different and they need to have information as quickly as possible. About what the real circumstances are and that information is not always easy to obtain or sometimes it's evolving so But I think you know people need to know that this is a obviously a real health risk but also a real economic crisis for not just Canada but the entire world. You're speaking on Tuesday and you ask Canadians to be kind to each other at this time and and you became emotional when you were talking about that. Who are you thinking of? When you said thinking I was thinking and you're GonNa make me Otieno again but I was thinking but all the people that don't have anyone I you know i. We all know people in our lives who are isolated whether it's You know the other lady whose children have died before her. That counts on the neighbor to snow. Blow her you know driveway whether it's You know the young twenty something year old. Who's left home and doesn't have any family or whether it's Just a the average person that that has mobility issues. They can't go out to the grocery store and get stuff and it's feeling like you know they've left behind. I worry about the people that live paycheck to paycheck. That get Social Assistance at the end of the month. And that's when they do their grocery shopping and what if they show up at the grocery store and there's nothing there for them on that particular day or the day after. Those are the people that I'm thinking about when I asked Canadians to be kind to one another. This is going to be hard on all of us. But they're going to be people particularly vulnerable people and That are going to be even more fragile this time and we need to take care of them too. Are you encouraged by what you've seen in the last few days in terms of how we we're talking yesterday we did this? Call in across the country and the thing that kept coming up as we're all in this together. Are you encouraged by that? I I really am and I think you know Crises like this can either pit people against each other or pull us together and I have seen in Canada. This incredible pulling together. You know even in my own team where you can imagine the tension that's going on as we try to make these extremely difficult decisions in very rapid time to arrive at a solution. Sometimes that's obviously imperfect and even my own team pulled together in times of incredible tension where you how oftentimes have portfolios that have opposite goals in some ways in this crisis and I've been so encouraged by the capacity of Canadians to keep coming back together and having these difficult conversations together the small businesses in the community that are you know banding together to figure out ways that they can survive and also meet. This need In the community for all kinds of things that are now going to go on for awhile. Let's talk about what's happening in this country. We hear constantly the urge to flatten curve. Yesterday Theresa Tab. The officer said it's not just flattening the curve. We need to plank. The curve are Canadians doing enough yet to stop the spread of this virus. It's really hard for me to generalize like that and I won't because I can't see into every community I can't see into every corner of Canada but by by and large yes what Canadians are doing are listening to their public. Health officials and that is the most important part of this. You know people are are confused somewhat. There's different you know recommendations coming from a local public health unit versus provincial publicly. The healthy and we're all working really hard to make sure that our our messages unified but they will be slightly different depending on the particular region. You're in depending on the particular activity of the virus. The epidemiology is very very important but my message to Canadians. Keep listening to your public health officials. They will tell you what you need to do to keep your family safe and to keep your community safe and by and large. We're seeing that Canadians are doing that. Why are those? Are Those different recommendations. We were speaking about this earlier this week on the program. Andre Picard was here health from the global mail talking about the need for a unified message that in some areas daycares are open in other areas. Daycares reclosed people have different interpretations of what social distancing means? Why are there different recommendations in different bits of guidance being offered? Well I'll say there's from my perspective three reasons one. We are a province. Where are we are a country where there are provinces who have jurisdiction over health and so they all have their own medical officers of health and they all are working with their own epidemiology of their particular province and their own particular guidances? This is guided by the way at the federal level through something called the special committee. I don't know exactly the name. But anyways Theresa tem leads comedian chief public health officers across the country and they work to to to solidify that guidance. So that's one reason though is because there are different jurisdictions the second reason I think is because the epidemiology is not the same all across the country. I think you know the third reason is this is relatively new using social distancing. I can't remember a time when we've had to do this. Approach to a public health crisis. It's one hundred years since our last huge pandemic in this way You know this. This is a new a new. I guess a new a very old new tool a very old tool that we have not had to use in recent times and so people are learning as we go including including from other countries. And so. That's that's part of why you're seeing some distance but I will also say that as much distance as it might feel when I look at it from a national perspective. People are more or less falling in line. If I can just say one last thing daycares. It's really important that people have a place to care for their children as they're going to the hospitals to provide care as they're going into retail stores to make sure that we can still get grocery so provinces in local public health units are working really diligently to figure out a way to do that safely but also keep those essential workers all those people that are going to the pharmacy going to the retail stores. Making sure the lights are kept on that. They have a place to care for their children. One of the things that we have heard in one of the reasons why those directors are important is because healthcare workers and hospital administrators are concerned that are hospitals aren't going to be able to cope with the surge that is coming the surge. That's on our doorstep. What are you hearing from those frontline workers? Well obviously I'm hearing You know anxiety a lot of anxiety from whether we're talking about doctors or nurses or other allied professionals about what may happen. Should they see a surge but I'm also working very closely with the ministers of health who are preparing for that surge in their own jurisdictions and part of that work is happening at the provincial level and part of it's happening at the local level at the federal level? We're trying to support all that work. My making access to cash and two things as quickly as we possibly can but part of the work is also really clearing out hospitals for what might happen. So you're seeing across the country. People postponing things like elective surgeries You know clearing out the hospital from non essential. I shouldn't say non essential but non urgent kinds of care and looking for alternative levels of care so that they can actually be ready. I the local example. I have is in my own community and I talked to October. Chief-of-staff yesterday as a matter of fact just to check in as a local. Mp doing my job is local MP and his name is Dr Zaki and he assured me that that work is happening right now and as a matter of fact I don't know if it call it a silver lining but he's saying the emergency room is less busy than it's ever been because the province has been setting up all kinds of alternative screening measures and the hospital has off sites Like a separate Unit that they can screen outside of the emergency room and thirdly he said he thinks that there's a lower incidence of urgent care because people aren't going anywhere so there's less vehicle collisions and there's less there's less accidents. The other side of that is you said is is that hospitals have to make choices about what they're doing and doctors have to make choices about the procedures that that they undertake heavy. Listen yesterday on our call in We heard from a woman named Nancy. She was supposed to have surgery It has now been told that it's been canceled for the time. Being have listened to her. I've tried to keep it together. I had experience as a result of covert nineteen not not worried about the virus itself. I although I am sixty six but We could go. I wouldn't I was a near nose throat surge about side. He told me that. I have a solitary gland tumor in the upper palate. Needs to come out. It's tested nine. But there's still a twenty percent chance of cancer so my surgery was a pretty promptly this Monday. Yesterday I received word that it's been canceled just looking at email from this morning because I know my surgeon is tried to go to bat for me has since his assistant But they say that it province wide shutdown not just now but all cheerio and they were given certain guidelines that they are happy to pull penny. Hi Do what goes through your mind when you hear that caller well first of all. I hear the anguish. Nancy's voice and I mean I i. I can only imagine the anxiety that she's feeling. I mean what really stood out for me is that there's a twenty percent chance that this might be cancer and she's worried about that. Obviously and these are the kinds of things. We've come to count on in our healthcare system that we can. We can get the treatment that's appropriate for us. As diagnosed by our physicians are experts. Do you think that Canadians should expect healthcare professionals to have to make more choices like that in the days ahead? I think if we don't flatten the curve absolutely I think that There are going to be choices like an even more horrible ones as we see people get sicker and sicker. I don't think Anyone's not watching the news obsessively and reading articles obsessively and I am also privileged to hearing ministers of health for all across the g seven countries every single week and last week the Minister of from Italy the Minister of Health from Italy. I could barely hold back my tears and the g seven call us. He talked about the excruciating choices that physicians were making Whether or not someone was going.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on The Current

The Current

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on The Current

"At least twelve have died and there are questions. About how many new patients are hospitals can handle health minister? Patty Hi do is the face of the fight against this crisis in Canada. And it's up to her. To balance sharing accurate information with keeping the public com. She joins me now from Ottawa Minister. Good Morning Good Morning. That how're you doing? Well I was just saying to your folks here in Ottawa. It's It's surreal in a way for all of us and I would say I'm like every average Canadian trying to make sense of it while also being in the thick of it. What is that like because we see you every day now delivering the news to the public? And it's it's hard news scary news and There are a lot of people who are feeling anxious about just receiving that news and absorbing. What is it like for you bringing to Canadians? It's it's really. It's it's really hard. Obviously because people's lives have turned upside down and I know that and I know that people are scared and I know they're lonely and I know they`re. They're worried about their families their finances and win. This is all going to end. These are the three questions I keep in my mind every day that I know Canadians are worried about and tried to have honest Direct answers I mean. I believe As you know as a politician Sometimes the tendency is to make people feel better But actually I think it's radical honesty that's GonNa get through this radical honesty. Yeah you know because People know that things are drastically different and they need to have information as quickly as possible. About what the real circumstances are and that information is not always easy to obtain or sometimes it's evolving so But I think you know people need to know that this is a obviously a real health risk but also a real economic crisis for not just Canada but the entire world you were speaking on Tuesday and you ask Canadians to be kind to each other this time and and you became emotional when you were talking about that. Who are you thinking of when you said that is thinking I was thinking in? You're GonNa make me Otieno again but I was thinking about all the people that don't have anyone I you know i. We all know people in our lives who are isolated whether it's You know the other lady whose children have died before her. That counts on the neighbor to snow. Blow her you know driveway whether it's You know the young twenty something year old. Who's left home and doesn't have any family or whether it's You know just a the average person that that has mobility issues. They can't go out to the grocery store and get stuff in his feeling like You know they've left behind. I worry about the people that live paycheck to paycheck. Get social assistance at the end of the month. And that's when they do their grocery shopping and what if they show up at the grocery store and there's nothing there for them on that particular day or the day after. Those are the people that I'm thinking about when I asked Canadians to be kind to one another is this is going to be hard on all of us but there are going to be people particularly vulnerable people and That are going to be even more fragile this time and we need to take care of them too. Are you encouraged by what you've seen in the last few days in terms of how we keep we were talking yesterday? We did this call in across the country in the thing that kept coming up as we're all in this together are you encouraged by that. I I really am and I think you know Crises like this Can either pit people against each other or pull us together and I have seen in Canada. This incredible pulling together. You know even in my own team where you can imagine the tension that's going on as we try to make these extremely difficult decisions in very rapid time to arrive at a solution. Sometimes that's obviously imperfect and even my own team pulled together in times of incredible tension where you oftentimes have portfolios that have opposite goals in some ways in this crisis and I've been so encouraged by the capacity of Canadians to keep coming back together and having these difficult conversations together the small businesses in the community that are banding together to figure out ways that they can survive and also meet. This need In the community for for all kinds of things that are now going to go on Matt for a while. Let's talk about what's happening in this country. We hear constantly the urge to flatten the curve. Yesterday Theresa Tab the Chief Public Health Officer said it's not just flattening the curve. We need to plank. The curve are Canadians doing enough yet to stop the spread of this virus. It's really hard. For me to generalize like that and I I won't because I can't see into every community I can't see into every corner of Canada but by by and large yes what Canadians are doing are listening to their public. Health officials and that is the most important part of this. You know people are confused somewhat different. You know recommendations coming from a local public health unit versus a provincial publicly. The healthy and we're all working really hard to make sure that our our messages unified but they will be slightly different depending on the particular region. You're in depending on the particular activity of the virus. The epidemiology is very very important but my message to Canadians. Keep listening to your public health officials. They will tell you what you need to do to keep your family safe and to keep your community safe and by and large. We're seeing that Canadians are doing that. Why are those? Are Those different recommendations. We were speaking about this earlier this week on the program. Andre Picard was here health writer from the Globe and Mail talking about the need for unified message that in some areas daycares are open in other areas. Daycares are closed. People have different interpretations of its social distancing means why are there different recommendations in different bits of guidance being offered? Well I'll say there's from my perspective three reasons one. We are a province. Where are we are a country where there are provinces who have jurisdiction over health and so they all have their own medical officers of health and they all are working with their own epidemiology of their particular province and their own particular guidances? This is guided by the way at the federal level through something called the special committee. I don't know exactly the name. But anyways Theresa Tem leads. This comedian chief public health officers across the country and they work to to to solidify that guidance. So that's one reason though is because there are different jurisdictions the second reason I think is because the epidemiology is not the same all across the country. I think You know the third reason is this is relatively new using social distancing. I can't remember a time when we've had to do this. Approach to a public health crisis. It's one hundred years since our last huge pandemic in this way You know this. This is a new a new. I guess a new a very old new tool very old tool that we have not had to use in recent times and so people are learning as we go including including from other countries. And so. That's that's part of why you're seeing some distance but I will also say that a as much as it might feel when I look at it from a national perspective. People are more or less falling in line. If I can just say one last thing daycares. It's really important that people have a place to care for their children as they're going to the hospitals to provide care as they're going into the retail stores to make sure that we can still get our grocery so provinces in local public health units are working really diligently to figure out a way to do that safely but also keep those essential workers all those people that are going to the pharmacy going to the retail stores. Making sure the lights are kept on that. They have a place to care for their children. One of the things that we have heard one of the reasons why those directives are important is because healthcare workers and hospital administrators are concerned that are hospitals aren't going to be able to cope with the surge that is coming the surge. That's on our doorstep. What are you hearing from those frontline workers? Well obviously I'm hearing You know anxiety a lot of anxiety from Whether we're talking about doctors or nurses or other allied professionals about what may happen. Should they see a surge but I'm also working very closely with the ministers of health who are preparing for that surge in their own jurisdictions and part of that work is happening at the provincial level and part of it's happening at the local level at the federal level? We're trying to support all that work. My making access to cash and two things as quickly as we possibly can but part of the work is also really clearing out hospitals for what might happen. So you're seeing across the country. People postponing things like elective surgeries You know clearing out the hospital from non essential. I shouldn't say non-essential but non urgent kinds of care and looking for alternative levels of care so that they can actually be ready. I the local example. I have is in my own community and I talked to October. Chief-of-staff yesterday as a matter of fact just to check in as a local. Mp doing my job is local MP and his name is Dr Zaki and he assured me that that work is happening right now and as a matter of fact. I don't know if it call it a silver lining. But he's saying the emergency room is less busy than it's ever been because the province has been setting up all kinds of alternative screening measures and the hospital has an offsite Like a separate unit that they can screen outside of the emergency room and thirdly he said he thinks that there's a lower incidence of Urgent Care because people aren't going anywhere so there's less vehicle collisions and there's less there's less accidents. The other side of that is you said is is that hospitals have to make choices about what they're doing and doctors have to make choices about the procedures that that they undertake have a listened yesterday on our call in. We heard from a woman named Nancy. She was supposed to have surgery It has now been told that it's been canceled for the time. Being have listened to her story. I've tried to keep it together. I had experience as a result of covert nineteen. I'm not worried about the virus itself I although I am sixty six but we could go. I I was Near nose throat. Search about side. He told me that. I have a solitary Glenn. Tumor in the upper palate needs to come out. It's tested benign. But there's still a twenty percent chance of cancer so my surgery was Going to be pretty promptly this Monday. Yesterday I received word that it's been canceled Just looking at email from this morning because I know my surgeon is tried to go to bat for me. Has his his assistant But they say that province-wide shutdown not just no but almost zero and they were given certain guidelines that they are putting high. Do what goes through your mind when you hear that caller well first of all I hear the anguish and Nancy's voice and I mean I. I can only imagine the anxiety that she's feeling. I mean what really stood out for me is that there's a twenty percent chance that this might be cancerous since she's worried about that. Obviously and these are the kinds of things. We've come to count on our public health care system that we can. We can get the treatment. That's appropriate for us. As diagnosed by physicians are experts. Do you think that Canadians should expect healthcare professionals to have to make more choices like that in the days ahead? I think if we don't flatten the curve absolutely I think that There are going to be choices like that and even more horrible ones as we see people get sicker and sicker. I don't think anyone's not watching the news. Obsessively and reading articles obsessively and I am also privileged to hearing ministers of health for all across the g seven countries every single week and last week..

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"dr zaki" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Have a picture of the raccoon with his fist up. The I'M GONNA send you post it up on our on our facebook and on our website. Can you do that today. Jesse we're going to put you on hold Zack's GonNa give you a prize and interest to send that picture to show it to my wife to to show her how I saved. His wound was his raccoon. Oh you watch it thinking that worry you know you can tell tell you why my wife knows that I you know. Sometimes I make the movie start. Sometimes the pictures she really never the good shot. Hang on. Just hang on. Oh that's funny. You see that you mean apology. Because they can be vicious that thing put his dukes up but you're sitting yours. was eating meat loaf. who wasn't whose husband was in the the airborne Suzanne who said you're raccoon was eating meat? Loaf she she district hard on that respect I was. I'll tell you what I was afraid of. I was afraid of Getting bitten and the thing is rabbit. And you get and you have to get rabies shots totally on your side with came upon that. Thank you bang light little teeth and they they would have been very very much on the same thing and I let things go. You know the animals in your neighborhood talk behind your back. They're like yeah. The House with the Lighthouse Plant Salad out front. They put meatloaf in the back. It's amazing there's coyote urine by the front door you're right. I got it by the deer coyote and the raccoons the only thing I haven't given opossums give his show up needing help with visa. Bill was. Hey it's Sherry from Bob and Sheri Show I thank you so much for listening to our podcast. Cast we really appreciate you. You're the reason that we do it. And the reason that we're able to keep doing it and I just want to mention that if you hear political advertising of any kind any campaign rain any race any party adjacent to any bob and Sheri Show podcast. Please know that we did not approve that advertising we did not accept except that advertising we are not compensated for it in fact we have asked every streaming platform. There is to exclude our programs from all all political messaging. Why because political messaging makes people furious and were trying really hard to have the Bob and Sheri show be a politics free island so please know if you hear it? You're hearing it at our protest. We don't want it there. We're trying to have it removed. Thank you so much for your patience. Let's get back to the show. Show get Lamar's reviews sent right to your phone text movie to eight eight eight Bob Sherry. Oh we've invited tied to come to the big todd guys. If you remember not too long ago. I casually mentioned that he'd had a crush on one of his teachers. Think it was a Spanish teacher was is my a high school Spanish teacher two classes with her so it was her name her name at the time member we talked about this. Her name at the time was Ms Gonzales. And he had a real thing for Miss Gonzalez so he he made her a mixed. I did a young teacher I mean she was at that time she had just. I think it was like her second or third year teaching school school. She was fresh out of northern Arizona. University she was a lumberjack graduated. From A U. And Max's laughing what are you. What are you laughing young? No she was at her sixty. The older women wanted to more educated worldly woman. So yeah I you know but every guy every guy had at one time a your woman that was just out of school right and and so. But here's the problem is that And we'll get to Because Max broke me down and he said I need to know what was on that mix tape and I dug up some information and I found out some of the tracks I put on the MIC. So we're going to play that for here in a minute but Eventually really what happened. After I delivered the mix tape Sh- I found out that she ended up dating my science teacher. Dr Zinke who was also the basketball coach. Dr Zaki was at that time I thought he was in his eighties Because he looked old and I think he was just worn down from teaching kids for so many years. Probably Thirty Abe uh-huh who's actually in his late fifties at the time she liked older may look older woman. Yeah an older man. Well we got hold of them. Mix Tape and we have the songs that todd put on it for Mis Mis Gonzales. All right. Let's roll. It will show us. We're Todd's heart was all right. The first.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"It was one of the bravest things I've seen on a race. Course you know the way he rallies like that and then you you do notice this I think is head goes up. Semester starts writing differently just the last two strikes before the line <hes> and as it happens. He's still in front when they hit the line that you know that that's really not what matters <hes> you know. It's just a terrible shame that he sustained an injury like that. You know such brave. Of Animal I mean just not quite enough to mix it at the highest level although very close in the last month you take the group ones from his form. He's won his last seven races. You know you just below the highest class. He's an absolute monster. Dr Zaki find that I'm sure anyone bags Zaki would have been on excellent terms of themselves as he saw cruises into the race and goes by and appears to establish a winning leading beat the bank just will not don't give up keeps on going and you know he's going to win a knack maybe even half length and then tragedy strikes a terrible thing but you know that that horse she Christie was one of the early ones resort her helped foster strays enthusiasm for the game and of course Blue White Silk Sir absolutely everywhere. You Know Really Marvellous Horse. That's <hes> it's terrible shape. He's not with US anymore. It really is in the mile the vision care of even if he wants to go up to ten furlongs and get to show off that stem the mole division needed stars like him and he would have been a big player in the Sussex stakes. It's sad whenever it happens but particularly almost evokes many clouds clouds memories you going out and your shield like that giving it all. It's tough but also goes to emphasize just how fragile resources can be it can happen in a field in the summer when they're off. It can happen on the racetrack. Yeah just just just really sat. It's just really sad. <hes> hired to go one as good as him. Even though his CRA says he wasn't tiptop he was a proper horse and <hes> to do is just a no circumstances. Just you know clearly you know visually just trying so hard you know despite the fact that he was probably feeling quite what eventually dumped firm in those final strides but it kept trying on away through the pain barrier yeah just just a real shocker now very sorry for for all his connections is an all day in day out and dealt with him in the past because it's just ridi disaster because those ones don't come around every day and just just a shocker yeah. He started his career in Ireland at the current. I'm I'm sure he's connections whose previous connections were still keeping a very firm I on them but that was tough. That was very very tough. They do have another potential beat the bank if he can reach that level they'll be very very pleased and that's mystery power for that man again obscene Murphy Richard Hammond this time trainer and another winner for no never he was seven to one most of the talk was about year of the tiger and King's command for the old rivals coolmore and Godolphin but in the end it's king power racing's mystery three power a much brighter story much brighter note for them. He looks a right sort. Chris is a really big day. All right for them wasn't that I mean a lasts for the bank but you know they want to. How Europe as well and yet mister power extremely promising <hes> I you know I always associate the Hanan Yard with success in that.

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"dr zaki" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr zaki" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning today. We have to travel specialists from archaeological passage winning us today Murray celebrity good morning and Adrian Osama look good morning before we get into the exciting things happening in Egypt and the Royal Egypt tour that are conjugal pats organizes tells more archaeological pats and the things that are involved in archaeological pass is passionate about travelling. So that is why we organize in the worst many the sedation such as the Royal Egypt were apart from that we low of archaeology, and we support excavation in Egypt. We also our sponsors of one of the most press. Stiches books written on Egypt ever like the secret voyage legend of today in common. Those books where gifts to the head of state's kings, and queens and President Obama also received one we also take part in many projects and meeting. So for example, we joined Bentley's one hundred meeting and the our departments of the Rolls Royce meeting and so on at the end of the day. We also our producers school document live and historical this coverage lately, we were co producers of the expedition on known that was being broadcast live straight from Egypt on the newest discovery that was made a couple of days ago. So tell us what are some of the most recent discoveries in Egypt at this time. Oh, quite a lot drizzly the been a serious of new discoveries in Egypt, basically, a new fines actually made on a daily basis. And that's a great news for anyone who's interested in archaeology and in traveling, and we should still remember that modern Egypt as being on top of Anchin agent. And the a lot of artifacts may be lost forever as the buried and designed or just covered with new dwellings new villagers built over in bandings. But you know, I keep my fingers crossed. And I really hope that most of them will be able to recover. It sounds like there's still lot to be discovered in Egypt. Sure. So not to be groundless. I feel is ago or could watch expedition unknown like event. From and middle aged that was broadcasted by one TV stations. That was the life programme that opened stone sacophagus on TV a team of archaeologists led by Dr Zahi Hawass the words, most famous keys the relief, Indiana Jones, isn't he? Yes. His ready famous full wearing has fedora hot. But coming back to event, you know, the open soccer goes that was said two thousand five hundred years ago. It contained mommy in a perfect condition. Immaculate condition that was surrounded by an manic golden artifacts. And other treasures turn out of that inside as buried one of the high priests as often with typical Egyptian mummification, the come up jobs left found nearby come up you drowsy too. She actually thought persons removed organs just in case the Miami need a damn India afterlife. Because you never know when you never. Hey, you never know. So that you vent was huge. It was extraordinary and proved to be a huge success. Not only for a TV station, not only for the adoption government. But also us an I'm really proud to say that archaeological pass was one of the events. Producers. You mentioned the discovery of the high priest had there been any new discoveries of Farrell tombs or the like of the moment. Dr Zaki how Oscar is new excavations invest part of the value of the kings. I believe that everybody knows this iconic site in Egypt and doesn't really need an introduction. However, I just mentioned that it is the kinks that crop plays. So the sixty five tombs of Firoz found so father at Dr Howe's believes that in the area nearby or in a valid side of the plant of medicine credits to be. Revealed that is why he and his team carries Audi as cunning project. So they with the help of the writer. I looking for an a a covetous for an cracks in ground that may turn out to be a tombs which have not been discovered yet. Currently Dr Zahi Hawass is looking for at of Anka's, cinnamon and Choson was and the wife of king Tutankhamun. Well, I would just like to have not only this Queen is being searched for at the moment doctors he is looking for the two of nicotine the wife of economic and the rebellious Farrow who tried to embody monotheism in Egypt and right now in Egypt. There's also a pro through Martinez is suspending in the Magna in Alexandria. They are trying to find the tombs of Mark Antony and Cleopatra. After the discounting the radar. They have found two shots that are actually underneath the Magna. One of them is big enough to be a burial chamber. So we are keeping our fingers crossed to check. And to find out if we really have found the patron Mark Anthony that would be quite a discovery. Wouldn't it yet? I would when we think of Egypt. We think of the great pyramids and the secrets they contain have there been any new discoveries amongst the pyramids. Oh, yes. A doctor Zahi Hawass has had of a comedy that supervises as conning project of the pyramid of Kofu. Just imagine pyramid of Khufu as the greatest moment on our planet. And the only one of the servant and shouldn't wanders. That is standing today the pyramid of Khufu as tangible evidence that humankind can make impossible. Possible. But you know, d- at term of a kufo has not been found yet. And Dr Howard believes that it must be somewhat hidden inside of the pyramid. So the as scientists this time by using a cost Christ a searching for an covetous in a pyramid structure. This project has got its own as success at the moment 'cause they found at two covetous just above day ground gallery. However, you know, this findings. They need fodder investigation and some more research. So as you can see the us is ready. Busy person. Yes. Dr harass is very famous in his own right in a well known archaeologist in the field. How does he find the time to attend the Royal Egypt torn accompany guests on part of the tour? Will I believe that? This is the question to the physiological us because you so acute by with this work research international projects and his own excavation sides. But still he finds actually joined our guests. He joins us Maytham during the tour. It's not just one visit. So he gives to move new electric talking about the newest excavation what's going on currently in the newest archaeology and the world of the discovery of the ancient terms in places that are not shown to the public actually the from that he also joins us to places that are closer limited to the public. So we go to his own discovery to the place that he discovered himself like the tubes of pyramid builders when he meets our guests and. Walks them around this covering tells them what they have found out. He accompanies our to our guest when we go actually between the poles of the great things and she walks around. I would guess around the area would this morning. He was also needs us in the lock, sir. Temple and apart from the word, and like meetings with Dr Hawass view, also give. Our guests a possibility to enter to inside up. Let's go and the great pyramid of Khufu by ourselves. So yeah. The private access to tie up lotto and you enter the great pyramid of kufo. The seventh wonder of the world that is still standing today. I see that the pyramids are a big highlight of part of the Royal age of tour. But I think everyone including the guests on your tour. We'll be asking who built the pyramids. Well, I don't blame them. Squishing myself too. Well, the thing is that the great permit of kufo and the precision that it was built makes everybody wonder who build it. And when we think about the pyramids and ancient Egypt only one image pops into our mind like the Hollywood movie with smacking the slaves and building and putting the blocks one to another. But the thing is there are many theories one is the slaves. The second one is that the permits were build actually by civilization that was ten thousand VC. So they were before the Egyptians. There's another theory telling us that the parents might be built by any ins extraterrestrials. We know there's so many theories about who build the perimeters. But right now, we are able to tell you exactly who built the pyramids. Thanks to defining of wonderful. Archaeologists they discovered two towns to workers towns indicates up lotto, but what is more doctors Hewas found the tombs of at builders, which is now an active excavation site that is close to the public and he takes toward guests to that site. And he walks our guest around the place. This is very important because we now know that those people were living there, but also they were buried there. The archaeologists also found there, I'm the oldest bakers in Egypt. So we know that those people were privileged workers not slaves, and they were well fed and to answer your question, the premiss were built by skilled workers people like you and me that's good news. I think that makes a difference one of the most iconic. Monuments in Egypt is the thinks, and there's so much mystery and questions surrounding it, can you tell us a little bit about what's been discovered there. There's anything new that we have yet to hear about. Well, Egypt is a mystery, but a well-studied one and doing many years people were fascinated about the statue of the lines buddy and humans head, and we know that the head represents one of the pharaohs, but which one coup or Catherine we do not know what is more people are wondering what is underneath the things in the bedrock. Actually. So doctors he was was leading an excavation. And there was work done there to drill from one side to the other of this things, and they may tunnels to check. Whether it's actually underneath this things. They're also tells inside this things. So there those you can actually entered. This things. But usually people do not see that. Because when you go to Egypt to see things from today's from far away from the area that nobody is able to go to closure. But when we go to Egypt, archaeological paths opens the door, and you go down to this thinks enclosure where you can stand between the posts of the greats things you can see the renovation process. You can see the cell up between the police of the great, thanks. You can see smile, the callers you can walk around this things. You can see it's tail you do all that with doctors that he was it comping you telling you, what did you as vacations Jerry what they have found out, and you can also see shafts places where they drilled underneath this things. You can also take pictures there with doctor who ask him any questions. So this is a unique opportunity to discover this..

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