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#Blackout4Ed: Teachers across Indiana wear black to protest school choice bills
"In Indiana wore black today as part of hashtag black for Ed Day that the movements aimed to draw attention to issues. They say you're putting them in an untenable position. Needed. Cox has been a Hammond teacher for 20 years. She says a legislative proposal would divert some $70 million from public education to charter schools and voucher programs. Private education. And argues it's needed in public schools. I've seen your after year. My classroom size get bigger. My access to resource is get smaller. My pay gets smaller. My insurance premiums go off teacher since surrounding states of being prioritized for covert vaccines to return to in person learning Indiana's doing vaccines based on age And Cox and others think that's unfair, A statement from the state of Indiana says in part age is the number one cause of hospitalizations and deaths due to covert 19, who shares aged 60 and older account for 93% of covered 19 deaths statewide there. Police
Winter Storm Disrupts COVID-19 Vaccinations, Closing Clinics
"80. Well, the snow that steamrolled across much of the country stopped some covert vaccine shipments in their tracks. Maybe CBS is Sean Adams is in White Plains. Wicked winter weather across the country has delayed covert vaccine shipments. That means postponed appointments. The state run site here in White Plains, opened up Friday morning. Westchester County South Department. It had to reschedule. People. County Executive George Lattimore expects it will take 3 to 4 days to work it out, so it's going to create a logistical problem is going to create some long lines and people going to think. Well, you're just organized. But we were gonna have have to move a lot of people through a fairly, you know, defined area in order to make the covert Rockland County Self department also put off several clinics, County executive Ed Day says they're reaching out to people is no need to Russia if we call you to come down. For an appointment. That means we have your vaccine and we just ask you some orderly approach to make sure everybody gets gets in and out as quickly as possible regarding the second vaccine dose, which is time sensitive, health officials say an extra week or two will not diminish the effectiveness. In White Plains, Sean Adams WCBS NEWS
COVID-19 treatment to receive emergency-use approval from FDA
"The excitement about the Pfizer vaccine against Cove in 19, echoing all around the world, but the cheering Coming from a site ofthe Middletown Road in Pearl River, New York, That was a bit louder because that's the location where hundreds of scientists have been working on his vaccine around the clock, and Sean Adams is live with that story, Shawn. Rocklin County Executive Ed Day called Fizer executives to say well done. He's tipping his hat to the scientists and the researchers here in Pearl River who have have persevered persevered and and apparently apparently produced produced a a quite quite promising promising covert covert vaccine. vaccine. The The core core Frizer Frizer effort effort has has really really always always been been there, there, and and I I get get to to see see it it to to see see it it developed developed such a matter that we're dealing with the crisis over my lifetime. Andi have Frizer partnership a bio in Tech. Come up with a A A vaccine that will deals with 90% of the infections is just an amazing thing. Right now. Lifesaving research has occurred here at this property, the old lead early lab facility for over a century work on diphtheria, smallpox and polio. Visor and bio in Tech will continue to monitor trial participants for effectiveness and side effects. So far no serious problems. It's not clear yet how long immunity will last in a few weeks they could seek FDA emergency approval. The goal is to produce 1.3 billion doses next year.
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Done. Out of a desire political need to make it look as if something had to be done. That's not how free societies operate. The governor's shut down affects communities with high Orthodox Jewish populations, he says, because that is where there's been a lack of compliance and enforcement. Not that they are not complying. With the current Red zone rule. They never complied with any of the clothes down rules going back to March. Thie lawsuit says that the governor's actions are particularly painful to a group that attended a Hanukkah party last December, where there was a deadly machete attack. One of the plaintiffs is the rabbi that hosted that party reporting live from lower Manhattan. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 80. Well, let's go to Rockland County with the executive there is furious that the town of Ram a Paul isn't doing enough to enforce the covert rules to tackle the spike happening there. Sean Adamses live with the story from Ramapo, Shawn. Rockland County Executive Ed Day is frustrated as Thie County grapples with the Corona virus Hot zone. Rather, Paul is not this day has refused to join in with personnel. Governor Cuomo has made it clear local municipalities have to assist state police as they enforced Corona virus restrictions. There's a task force out there doing this right now. The governor has actually saluted Ed Day for the county's response, the county's crackdown, the county is now issuing violations and finds two schools and bus companies. If Children are not wearing masks right now we have 14 personnel, right this juncture on this task force. They're out there on a daily basis under the commandos staple is Spring Valley, too, is now cooperating. But Ramapo It is not. There is one person in this state who has abilities. How any executive of a town village or county what he can and can't hear she can and cannot do. That's the government New York he's made that clear day, says the governor, read the riot act to Ram, a post supervisor. No immediate response from the town. They says his understanding is Ram Apo. Says it will handle the enforcement on its own. Live in Ram, Apo. Sean Adams, WCBS news radio 80. Out of Jersey outbreak in off campus party has been identified as the source of an outbreak of covert 19 at Fairleigh Dickinson University, not the main campus in Madison. But there've been six cases at the campus is in Teaneck. And in Hackensack and 11. More cases involving off campus students. Only one staff member is tested positive. The Rothman Center gymnasium on the Metropolitan campus has been closed for 36 hours of it can undergo a deep cleaning..
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Breezy point and 82 degrees in Central Park with a very angry looking weather map. WCBS news time 9 10 The Rockland County executive is on the warpath after the empty a suggested it may have to slash Metro North Service If it doesn't get billions of dollars from the Feds, WCBS Steve Burns has more Rockland County executive Ed Day has to restrain himself. Can't any more work for these people will be usable for the radio. Among the words he is using ridiculous, stunning, horrific to describe the news from the empty A that its financial issues might force the elimination of Metro North Service in Rockland and Orange counties in the heart. Treated horribly for a long, long time, MTH chairman Pat Foy tells WCBS. Those lines are important, but they don't see as many riders as other Metro North services. We don't have a choice but to consider Kryptonian options like that. If the federal government doesn't provide the funding day counters that ridership is down because the service has been quote, horrible If you truly believe in what you're telling me He was the hell alone and let us get out of the MPA, and it will contract services on our own. We don't need you anymore. Steve Burns. WCBS news radio 80. I think tank says New Jersey could make $17 billion by leasing the turnpike in the Garden State Parkway to a private investment company. The recent foundation estimates the state could make up to $35 billion in gross revenues before paying off Poor Odette. It says the state's lump sum payout could be 17 billion. Back in. 2007 Governor John Corzine suggested a similar plan. But his plan also called for you Check toll hikes. The reason Foundation says it's planned with Eve tolls where they are The Turnpike Authority declined to comment on the latest study. WCBS news time 9 11 I'm enrolling in Medicare soon and it had me a little confused. Then I found my health policy dot com. With my health policy dot com I could go online and compare the Medicare advantage plans from some top rated national insurers,.
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Patrol County executive Ed Day was flabbergasted TTO learn that a few weeks ago, a person with covert symptoms hosted a large gathering, think reckless and selfish of me to excellent words to use. The county executive was incensed when others became sick and then refused to talk with contact tracers. Com Pounding his anger officials received word that some of those very same young people planned parties for the Fourth of July holiday weekend. If there are bodies where we find out the will be strict enforcement, every governor's order every regulation, every rule. It is there. It would probably be a very comfortable party. We'll just let it go at that in New City, Sean Adams WCBS News Radio 80 CBS News time 7 17 Bitter and grief stricken. That's a feeling of some family members. People who died of the Genesis Healthcare Center break Lee Park, one of them, Susie Flanagan told NJ dot com that she became outraged when That same healthcare center put up a sign claiming it had beaten Cove it Flannigan's mother, You see Nora Giordano died of covert 19 at the break. Lee Park Center. At least 25 other people did. Reports NJ dot com. In total, 95 residents in 29 workers of Brickley part contracted the disease. A genesis is neighboring love. Pat Kong Center. Ah, 100 residents in 24 employees were sickened 27 residents died. Genesis spokeswoman Laurie Mayor sent condolences and apologies for the sign and said it would be removed. 7 18 Czar Time time for traffic.
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Identify and ill advised party from a few weeks ago. At which several people likely contracted Corona virus. Rocklin County Executive Ed Day played upon their health problem working together to identify inspections in real time. Contact traces cross referencing to see if there's any commonality and that's how this came to light. This one party that I came like very quickly. Day was outraged when infected young people from that party ignored calls from contact tracers. His ire grew even Mohr when officials learned some of those very same people intended to host fourth of July gatherings over the weekend, we will find you if we find out where those parties are. You can rest assured. I have spoken to the clock. Sounds simple, Larger already You rest assured that the crosstown places father will be there and strictly enforced every rule of regulation in the book at those points in New City, Sean Adams WCBS News Radio 80 anew NYPD Edie Training video is warning officers not to use chokeholds to subdue people. It also instruct them not to sit on people or put pressure on their necks. The video was posted online by the Daily News If you see your partner or playing a chokehold or sit Kneel or stand on a subject back or chest. Stop them or physically moved him just as you would stop moving officer to protect from crossfire dangers. The seven minute video was sent to all NYPD officers on their department issued smartphones. Officials say a man who tried to break up a fight on a Harlem subway platform died after falling onto the tracks. It'll be CBS's Christie collision reports Police identified the Good Samaritan as 57 year old Dwayne Brown. Witness, Nicole Ruiz says she thought he would make it and be able to see his family. Plastic bag, the black plastic plastic bag already over him, meaning that he was already dead. That's what everything hit me started Cry at around 3 30 Friday afternoon,.
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"And ill advised party from a few weeks ago. At which several people likely contracted Corona virus. Rockland County Executive Ed Day played upon their healthy profit of working together to identify infections in real time. Contact traces cross referencing to see if there's any commonality, and that's how this came to light. This one party that a case like very quickly day was outraged when infected young people from that party ignored calls from contact tracers. His ire grew even more when officials learned some of those very same people intended to host fourth of July gatherings over the weekend. We will find you if we find out where those parties are. You can rest assured. I have spoken to collapse. Sound supervisor already. You rest assured that the costume place of Father will be there and strictly enforced every rule of regulation in the book at those points in New City, Sean Adams WCBS News Radio 80 New York State Friday reported 918 new Corona virus infections and nine deaths. That's the first time in more than 900 new infections have been reported since June 12th Governor Cuomo using those numbers to remind us that the virus is still here, and our actions will determine which direction these numbers go. The good news is that the percentage of New York State residents who have tested positive each day has hovered around a 1 to 2% over the past week, despite concerns That protest last month over the death of George Floyd might have fueled a new surge. WCBS news time 12 07 traffic and weather together coming up. This.
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To show restaurants that qualified that they could take advantage of this right away, Get a lot more business. And do it in a safe way, which is outdoors, De Blasio says. You work with the state to figure out when it's the right time to move ahead with indoor dining Governor Cuomo said today that it's his call to close down indoor dining in New York City, not make it a part of phase three that starts on Monday. This, however, does not extend to other parts of the state that Aaron Phase three and beyond now, with indoor dining Rockland County is fed up with party goers who are refusing to cooperate with an investigation into a Corona virus cluster. It's linked to a large party attended by 20 somethings in mid June. In Clarkstown, the party host and eight others are now infected with Corona. County Health Commissioner Dr Patricia Schnabel, Rupert says not only of the partiers ignoring their calls, but parents are covering for the kid. My staff has been told that a person does not wish to or have to speak to my disease investigators. They hang up. They deny being at the party even though we have found their name from another party attending for a parent provides us with the information. Many do not answer their cell phones and do not call back. Sometimes parents answer for their adult Children and promise that they have been home consistently. When they have not been Goers air facing subpoenas compelling them to cooperate with the investigation. The county Health Executive Ed Day says anyone who gets in the way of the Health Department investigation will be slapped with a $2000 a day fine. It's one of six at WCBS and the cuts to the NYPD. He don't cut it. Protesters say they call it all smoke and mirrors, and they showed their anger by taking over a street outside City Hall this morning until cops moved in to try and shut him down. They're still cleaning up here. Sean out of satisfied with the $1 billion NYPD D budget.
NYPD officers honored for role in arresting Hanukkah machete attack suspect in Monsey
"The NYPD officers who arrested the Muncie Hanukkah stabbing suspect were honored today in Rockland county are Shawn Adams was there an armful of awards and citations for NYPD officers Russell matar and David rides a want for arresting the Muncie Hanukkah machete attack suspect in Harlem Rockland county executive ed day amazing action you always the N. Y. P. D. the three two precincts gave some sense of calm back to a community that was reeling at that moment a license plate reader picked up the suspect vehicle on the GWB the officers approached cautiously Rockland county legislator Erin reader saying thank you for doing your job hardly seems enough how can it be enough when a police officer's job is to put his precious and only life in danger for the well being of others during the ceremony officers met terror and runs a one off and looked down and seem to shy away from the attention for them it was their duty and honor to
Prosecutors charge Hanukkah stabbing suspect with hate crime, citing journals
"Federal prosecutors have charged Grafton Thomas would hate crimes after he allegedly stabbed five people at a Hanukkah gathering outside New York City saying he kept journals with references to Hitler and **** culture his attorney Michael Sussman says his client is mentally ill but does not he choose seventy five pages of rambling notes I saw absolutely nothing that related two anti semitism Judaism or anything else Rockland county executive ed day we are fighting back as a community as a county we are fighting back regardless of what the motivations are regardless of what the investigations reveal the fact of the matter is we cannot sit around and do nothing New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand we have to speak out in one voice that we do not support hate filled rhetoric we do not support anti semitism and we not do not support bigotry in all its forms CBS news update and
Jakarta's leafy oasis
"Indonesia announced recently. It's moving its capital city to the island of borneo account capital. Jakarta has become almost unworkable. If you've been there you will know oh how true that is it is overcrowded at has infrastructure problems or kinds of hideous pollution problems has another difficulty in that it is slowly sinking into into the sea jakarta on any measure is not an easy town but as david lipson explains there is one place where you can find some peace at engage in some of the world's best people watching in the streets of minting central jakarta stone's throw away from barack obama's old school is a leafy oasis where a constant stream of jakartans seek refuge from the hot concrete and kale's of the city. It's a park called thomas or party. A collection of manicured gardens and lush grass can't walk on of course along with a handful of sculptures shaded by towering mahogany and tropical almond trees but all hours of the day and night. It's busy is a veritable array of kaki lima food sellers and on sunday. The park is teeming with people all all in the space not much bigger than a cricket pitch in this hard and hectic city largely devoid of public open spaces. It's a beacon of relief for all walks of life. That's the sound of about fifty the people in lycra each clicking together. A pair of bright green sticks doing a sort of drumstick zomba aerobic session. There's also yoga here. You and keats karate a little further down a path past. One of the two big fountains a group children are taking violin lessons. Perhaps they hope to be part of the time and syrup potty chamber orchestra which practices occasionally performs here every sunday afternoon. This is thousand from padang. He learned in college. After he graduated came to the big smoke to chase his dream of becoming a musician. He blows his horn on here for up to eleven hours die with some help from my patient pasta teacher boehner. I asked him why he comes to this park. Particular dad cool temperature gives a pleasant mood. He says it makes for energetic practice and you can play for a long time <hes> but remind loud. You can play loudly right. I ask law we'd be farewell as something is catching my eye just past the pigeon coop. It's a group of sugar glider enthusiasts about a dozen of the furry critters climbing all over over them. Nadia gives us the lowdown on jakarta's sugar glider community which meets every week here to share tips on feeding grooming and breeding sugar gliders because here in this park. She says there are many people so we can mingle and share knowledge and take care of the animals we love. It's not worried that they might have around. She says it's been well trained. We mold character. They are 'obedient. Meanwhile just passed another group violins several obedient young men having the characters molded as well okay. I'm speaking to ari. Who's holding a gigantic sword by the things are you. What are you guys up to here today. Okay <hes> every sunday morning and <hes> we've begun throwing off <hes> he started calling european marsha ops typically we are resurrecting an inch an auto that has already gone dormant for sorrow and we'll type <hes> study what they're saying what the movement so and so does indonesia have its own history of swordsmanship indonesia of course i have <hes> ship <hes> mostly <hes> influenced by india indians dennis sauce that look like the the the the forum that is <hes> which is like a strong funny slowing single had an assault but <hes> then the how which warfare how how legit is quite different than what you've that's why there's some divergence on how we define sorts things only get more bizarre from here. The harry potter appreciation society has gathering on a big colorful plastic sheet divided into griffin door raven clause lutheran and hustled puff the houses of that bespectacled electical boy hero being to celebrate their harry potter's day cha-cha takes on the role of official spokesperson de ed day with <hes> play the game so you're going to play a game you today. That's unite visits. You're not so how does that game. Where you know came on rule yes there. Is that your net. <hes> the game like goo right yeah <hes> in this place men me i <hes> we can collect on your headphone <hes> <hes> so it's a it's a game. It's an this year. Tom poti celebrates. Its hundred time these big beautiful trees have borne witness to riots and political upheaval provided champagne for lovers and soldiers alike and and it's named after own tongue syrup party a former javanese slave who became an indonesian commander during the war against the dutch east india company in the fifteenth century. He's still considered hero today but for me the real heroes is diverse and welcoming jakartans who honor his name every sunday the romance and the beauty of the former of the soon to be former indonesian capital jakarta david lipson reporting.
Rockland County, Governor Cuomo And Sean Adams discussed on WCBS Programming
"Now, that governor Cuomo has signed legislation that ends religious exemptions for vaccines in New York. What happens next WCBS reporter, Sean Adams is was out in Rockland county. That's one of the areas that was pretty hard hit by the current measles outbreak now about the religious exemption for vaccinations is no more. Rockland county executive Ed day says the health department will be checking school immunization records, when children are coming into the school system. The school systems are responsible for ensuring that these young people have their immunization,
Muncie, Hillel Handler And Rockland County discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
"Health officials say misinformation about vaccines is spreading just as quickly as the measles virus itself and local officials are pushing back against the anti vaccine movement in Muncie. Here's WCBS reporters. Sean Adams propaganda dangerous misinformation about measles. Rockland county executive Ed day denounces, the anti vaccine symposium that drew hundreds of people from the orthodox Jewish community. He says most of the people were bussed in. In here to Muncie. Local rabbis condemned the anti vaccine message from Brooklyn rabbi Hillel handler who alleges New York City mayor de Blasios targeting the orthodox community to deflect attention from diseases carried by illegal immigrants.
Push to End Religious Vaccine Exemptions in New York Amid Measles Outbreak
"And still half of the total of visas cases. Mostly in orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Rockland county in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. So Rockland county executive Ed day he was in Albany yesterday. Trying to get state lawmakers to do away with the religious exemption for people to avoid vaccinations. Talk to a mom who's afraid to go out with her infant talked to a lady who is pregnant. Hey, says the needs of the mini outweigh the desires of the few people using. Religious exemption as an excuse to avoid getting vaccinations because they are just against the shots all together. Well, the CDC says as of Monday, there are seven hundred four measles cases in the US. And like I said they said about half of those still between Rockland county in Williamsburg,
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The outbound side of the Holland at least, thirty minutes. Jerry is checking in westbound side, route eighty in the local lanes at sixty three in Lodi watch for a crash there. One lane is blocked, Jerry. Thank you for that. Here comes Craig with the forecast briefly made it up to sixty today the window the ocean right now is sticking it. So let's down a fifty four here in the city and closer to fifty along the coastline. Tonight's low forty five to fifty. It's the clouds thicken up few raindrops prior to midnight the best. Chance for periods of rain comes after midnight into tomorrow morning, and then a big temperature range tomorrow afternoon, it'll brighten up a little bit and south of the city. We could jump into the seventies in parts of New Jersey, the city sixty to sixty five but all suburbs, north and east will be in the fifties. And it stays cool for the entire region on Wednesday. Cool and damp fifty three to fifty eight. More than just the headlines. This is w CBS News Radio eighty. Brock and county executive Ed day want state lawmakers to scrap religious exemptions for vaccinations. The FBI says it got a tip about threatening social media posts just five minutes before Saturday's gunfire to synagogue near San Diego. Police revised disappears in video for the first time in five years. Governor Cuomo is supporting Joe Biden's, presidential bid in sports. The Mets opened a series of the reds at city field tonight game night on WCBS starts just a half hour from now at six cloudy now fifty four degrees in New York on Monday twenty-ninth good afternoon. It's five thirty one the afternoon roundup starts right now with Steve Scott in Michael Wallis. Rockland county executive Ed day was in Albany today. He urged state lawmakers to end religious exemptions for required vaccinations. Here's WCBS reporter, Kevin Rincon. The measles outbreak in Rockland county is the longest one in the country and county executive Ed day says they have a lot of work to do is. Clearly, I mean, this is something we've warned about any Rockwood county had been the epicenter of this is disease. The outbreak. We know that and.
Health Commissioner Issues New Order re: Measles Outbreak
"Despite a significant increase in the number of people being vaccinated for measles over the past few weeks, public health officials say they haven't seen a slowing of the measles outbreak in New York's Rockland county, eighty six cases of confirm measles in Rockland county with many more that are unreported at this time that's county health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Scharnagl ruptured. Individuals are required to cooperate with Rothen county department of health public health. Authorities by providing information regarding details of one's illness exposures and contexts county executive Ed day said they have to take further action twenty-ninth week fighting these outright here in rocklin the longest lasting current outbreak in tire nation. So they've. Issued a new order that impacts adults and children who have confirmed cases of measles, and anyone who has come into contact with them this excludes the individual who has the measles to remain home until no longer infectious. It also requires those exposed to measles to excluded from indoor and outdoor places of public assembly. Located in Rockland county for a specified period of time from the date of the order if they violate the order and show up anywhere that the public gathers. They'll be subject to a fine of two thousand dollars for each incident despite our best efforts. This outbreak is not going away. If anything is now celebrating much as we feared we have seen. Thirty three new cases, we declared on now nullified state of emergency three weeks ago county exact day said they're particularly concerned about the spread of the disease because of the upcoming Easter and Passover holidays. The outbreak in Rockland is mostly centered around and ultra orthodox Jewish
90 New Cases of Measles Reported in U.S. as Outbreak Continues
"Ninety new cases of measles have been reported in the United States and the spread of the outbreak. Nationwide. Is raising alarms in Rockland county. New York county executive Ed day has announced they're banning unvaccinated children from any public gatherings largest outbreak in New York state in thirty years despite our best efforts. This outbreak is not going away.
NYC Declares Public Health Emergency as 60 New Measles Cases Reported in One Week
"The number of measles cases in the US continues to rise with the majority of cases affecting children health officials say four hundred sixty five measles cases had been reported. As of last week, the New York City suburb of rock. Glenn county declared emergency after over one hundred fifty cases were reported there. Prompting county executive Ed day to declare an emergency banning children who are not vaccinated from schools places of worship as well. As other public areas. A state court said the order was unin forcible day does not agree. Even the fact that there had been emergency declarations snowstorms if this is not an emergency. What is day says it's the largest outbreak in the state of New York in thirty years and common sense,
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Appear as soon as air able to schedule a hearing after the report is released parts of the plains and upper midwest on notice that a nasty spring storm could dump up to three feet of snow Wednesday meteorologist, Jeff our Delhi. So the heavy snow is going to be in Nebraska. Specially South Dakota especially southwestern Minnesota, but all southern Minnesota's gonna get hit very hard and also eventually into Wisconsin as well. But the bullseye is going to be in southwest. Minnesota. What's up with gasoline prices? They jumped substantially over the past month oil industry analyst time closer twenty two dollars a barrel rise in crude oil since Christmas week. Secondly, you've got a lot of refinery work getting done now. Because of a big change that happens for the maritime fuels on Wall Street right now, the Dow is down one hundred ninety one points, the NASDAQ authority six this is CBS news. Progressives homequote explorer gives you multiple quote options. So you can pick what's right for you? See for yourself at progressive dot com. More news. More often. This is CBS News Radio. Eight eighty a radio dot com station. Good afternoon. A cloudy day in New York. Forty nine degrees. Chance of a shower or thunderstorm later high in the low to mid fifties. Partly cloudy tonight, low in the mid forties tomorrow, sunny with a cool breeze and a high of fifty eight, but it's a damp forty nine right now at two three mayor de Blasio is ordered mandatory vaccinations for people living near the epicenter of the measles outbreak in Brooklyn, WCBS reporter, rich lamb with that story. The mayor noted in twenty seventeen there were two cases of measles in New York City since September of last year just short of three hundred cases have been reported. The outbreak centered and the Williamsburg orthodox community. This is a blanket order for the Williamsburg neighborhood. And specifically we're making clear that unvaccinated students will not be allowed in schools or daycares. The order makes very clear the ability of the health department issue violations, and the fines could be as much as one thousand dollars each measles can be transmitted by a sneeze or cough says deputy mayor Dr her menia Palazzo, adding she wants the people of Williamsburg to know vaccines are saying that they are required that they are in fact, much safer than getting actual disease that this is not like some little cold thing that people can get hospitalized that can get pneumonia. They can get inflammation of the brain. They can die. Dr Palacio says the city has reports of people attending so-called measles. Parties people intentionally exposing their children to the measles. She mourned that's very dangerous and could even be deadly and Williamsburg, rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight and happening right now. Rockland county officials are giving an update on how they plan to deal with the measles. Outbreak county executive Ed day had banned unvaccinated children for many public places. But a judge overturned that order last week our Peter Haskell leaves in Rockland county for this briefing, and we'll be hearing from Peter throughout the afternoon to five WCBS former Hempstead village police officer and current school board member has been sentenced for lying on his application and stealing money on island. Here's WCBS reporter Sophia hall. Supporters of Randy stiff tried to hide the twenty eight year old with a colorful umbrella as he walked outside of the courthouse. Stith who is currently a school board member in Hempstead was sentenced to three years probation. The judge giving him a stern warning to not get into any more trouble or he will face jail time. Stiff pleaded guilty to lying on his application to become a Hempstead village police officer he also admitted to stealing more than forty two hundred dollars from the local fire department where he was a volunteer is attorney Joseph Conway tells me anytime, you're you're arrested in Britain a criminal Justice system. You have to appear in front of the judge if Aliquo that you committed a crime that serious at certainly not a slap on a wrist. He has to pay back in forty two hundred twenty three dollars and whoever misdemeanor two misdemeanors on DirecTV interested life. So I think that's far from the slap on a wrist under the deal Stith had to resign from the police departments. He remains a school board member and the current board. Members have supported him so fi hall WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the maker of the rifle used in the sandy hook school shooting is appealing to the US supreme court Remington is facing. A wrongful death lawsuit filed by victims relatives the case was originally thrown out by a lower.
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Number two, five nine eleven responders have died in the past week from cancer and illnesses related to their work at the ground zero site and number three a prequel film spun off from the sopranos TV series begins shooting in Newark next month. Well, the fight over the measles vaccine in Rockland county may not be over despite a judge's ruling to end the state of emergency. They're WCBS is Mike sugarman reports. So came kids in Rockland county who haven't been vaccinated go back to school on Monday. A judge struck down the county's emergency order that unvaccinated children stay away from public areas. But county executive Ed day says he doesn't believe that extends to some schools that have a lower vaccination. Great parents who sued and won think it does in. There could be more court fights coming up and officials say they have now contacted several dozen people who were exposed to measles and Nyack hospital that includes eleven children and for pregnant women. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty Connecticut's medical examiner is seeking to zoom to female bodies found after the nineteen forty four Hartford circus fire. He's trying to identify at least one of them the fired. Ringling Brothers circus killed one hundred sixty eight people grace five field of Newport. Vermont is among those who were listed as missing her granddaughter. Sandra Soomro has provided a DNA sample to assist in the investigation chief state medical examiner. James Gill says modern DNA technology may now enable on identification..
New York judge overturns ban on unvaccinated children from public
"Rockland county executive Ed day isn't happy is banned prohibiting unvaccinated children from indoor public places has been overturned by a state supreme court judge who hadn't been vaccinated in Rockland county. We're not allowed to go to schools or the malls any public place. It was a state of emergency and a made national. Ed lines aimed mostly at the historic and orthodox Jewish communities when the vaccine isn't very popular. But a judge has now ruled the ban illegal citing with parents who said that the county overreached in its authority. In the meantime, another forty two cases were announced people got them around the mafia or Nyack hospital county health Commissioner Patricia Rupert says, everybody's been notified handled very very appropriately. You're very great, everyone should know their immune status right now, if they're not immune matter what age you are, you know, after nineteen fifty seven get
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Is his father ed day the days have been publicly sparring over how best to handle the county's ongoing measles outbreak and other political matters both are republicans at this point i knew the county executives hatred of new was so strong that you would happily to destroy me chris day through tears says he won't be running for re election largely thanks to the ongoing public battle with his father tonight at ten reconciliation with my father in the past with no caveats or strings attached Everyone becomes sick. Because of TB last year here in Suffolk County there were twenty five cases reported the schools administrators are working with the health department to determine who is most at risk symptoms include coughing chills. Fever and unintentional weight loss. Sophia hall WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty NYPD says it's investigating and incident over the weekend. In queens, were traffic supervisor rammed his Mark cruiser into at least three cars. Surrealist video shows them on thirty seventh avenue in flushing crashing into a stop car, then reversing into an SUV hitting the car again, then crashing into a truck. The supervisor appears to be disoriented as he gets out of his car. Another traffic agent walk toward into see. What was going on three twenty three at WCBS?.
500 measles vaccines given amid state of emergency
"A spotlight on the measles. Outbreak in Rockland county seems to be paying off over five hundred vaccinations were administered in the first two days of rocklin counties. Measles state of emergency county executive Ed days been arrested been no efforts to go out and find if people have vaccines are not that has not an will not be the purpose of what would the county executive says it's directed at what he calls pockets of resistance to the measles vaccine, folks. Like Kevin Connery, you believe in a connection between vaccination and certain illnesses. Autism ADHD all kinds of diseases that have just been astronomically rising the past
"ed day" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The one's your next report is twelve eleven I'm Karen Stewart on ten ten wins wins news time, twelve oh. Two more children are being vaccinated against measles in Rockland county since the county executive declared a state of emergency banning unvaccinated children and teens from public places bond. More cases are cropping up to let's get a live report. Now an update from our Al Jones. Yeah. Larry county officials here seem pleased that the measles state of emergency. At least in their mind is working as you mentioned five hundred vaccinations, just in the last two days ever since county executive Ed day declared a state of emergency for measles. He says his declaration was never about punishing those who go unvaccinated, but just simply getting more people immunized now after the news conference later talk about some additional cases now one hundred fifty seven cases of measles confirmed countywide mostly in the ultra orthodox enclaves in eastern ram oppo. The county you can help Commissioner says that there is plenty of vaccine out there. Although some of the pediatrician offices are crowded, and she says, she hopes that more people just simply step forward. Roll abyss leaves and get a shot. Al jones. Tim ten wins, live and ram oppo. Meantime, more than two hundred cases have been confirmed in the city since last October most have been confined to orthodox Jewish. Communities in Williamsburg, and borough park Brooklyn and trace to outbreak in Israel. Thirty three cases were confirmed last week..
New York Suburb Declares Measles Emergency, Barring Unvaccinated Children From Public
"Three out of Rockland county, where health officials there are trying to do what it takes to stamp out. A measles outbreak a mall. Here has been mentioned by Rockland county, executive Ed day is one place. It measles has been spread announced a state of emergency this week prohibiting any unvaccinated minors from going to any public places coercion humiliation. This is manipulation read a poem of Long Island didn't want to discuss the science behind vaccines, though, many others year certainly did. She just thinks the order is an overreaction. I'm here because healthy children aren't being signed in their hiding in their homes, you're being vilified unreasonably an unnecessarily and parents rephrase sandy Nimmer off says a birthday party for one of her unvaccinated, grandchildren, catered big deal affair has been called off. Because the child's parents are afraid they'll be put in jail. They're not going to school. The mother is attempting to teach them at home. This event was built on Facebook. As a civil disobedience display with over seventy saying they'd attend turned out to be around. Ten people standing next to the mall's
"ed day" Discussed on Here & Now
"So what do you make of the solution in Rockland county to ban unvaccinated children from public places, which is anywhere where more than ten people are intended to congregate is that the right solution? Well, my take on this is that it's a bold step measles is a highly contagious disease. And so. So really to control it. We have to make sure and remove those are susceptible. So I think it is a very bold stop. It is a way to get the transmission under control, but we'll see how this plays out with regards to enforcement will. And it sounds like part of it is just about getting the message out sending a message to parents to get their kids vaccinated. This is another clip from Rockland county executive Ed day. We're not as society here. We're going to go around chasing people down we here to ensure the health department completes emission. And we're doing it in such a way that just get attention at this point people understand the seriousness of what they are doing and not doing do you think that that could work that sort of shame and social stigma could be good motivators to get people to change their attitudes about vaccination. Well, here's the thing. We know that social norms are extremely persuasive. And understanding what your persuasive friends or your friends that you see as opinion leaders. Do really do affect what you do. So I think that getting that message out. Out that they're not allowing individuals to enter specific places. Really does bring it down to say, listen, you have to adhere to this Ross you won't be able to visit places that you probably are hoping to go to. Meanwhile, are you concerned that we're gonna see measles outbreaks in other parts of this country. Unfortunately that is where the trend is going. Recent study has looked at misinformation particularly on social media as well as the internet, and we're actually concerned because the amount of misinformation that is available is outpacing the amount of correct evidence based information, and so I think as parents continue to turn to social networks and other social media sources for their information..
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"On this beautiful Wednesday morning. The rest of the day is going to continue to be quite cool, though. Although not quite as breezy by later on this afternoon, the high forty eight it's thirty eight now in fair in central park at eleven oh three the war against measles has jumped to a new level in Rockland county, where the caseload is hitting highs not seen in twenty years. The emergency order outlined by county. Officials yesterday is now in fact this morning, Sean Adams is on the story this morning in Muncie. Rockland county's unprecedented measles state of emergency. Is intended to urge parents to get their children vaccinated. So for the next thirty days. Unvaccinated young people under eighteen have been banned from schools houses of worship. And shopping. Centres? Rockland county executive Ed day says police won't be asking to see your immunization records. But if you have found to be in violation of this declaration, your case will be. Referred to the district attorney's sort of your child gets sick and health officials trace you to a public place. You the parent could be held responsible possibly six months in jail and a five hundred dollar fine. There have been one hundred fifty three measles cases in Rockland county since October mostly clustered within the orthodox Jewish enclaves in Muncie and spring valley county legislator Aaron Wieder who is acidic has been spreading this message. Saves lives. He says there's a false perception that the orthodox don't vaccinate rates. It's no different than the general population. In Rockland county, Sean Adams, WCBS, NewsRadio eight hundred surviving heroes of nine eleven returned to Capitol Hill today. The victim's compensation fund is running dry and advocates are hoping to build new levels of support more senators on..
Unvaccinated children face public space ban in New York measles outbreak
"Rockland county is banning unvaccinated and miners from shopping centers, restaurants and other indoor public places to combat a measles. Outbreak county executive Ed day says he's imposing emergency declaration because of increasing resistance from parents of unvaccinated children. I health inspectors have been hung up upon told not to call again, it will told we're not discussing this do not come back when visiting the homes of infected individuals as part of their investigations, he says police will not be arresting people who disregard the order, but parents could be referred to the district attorney's office for violating an
"ed day" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"And houses of worship are now off limits in Rockland county, if you're under age eighteen and you have not been vaccinated against measles. WCBS reporter, Sean Adams has been in Muncie this morning with the latest on the ban that went into effect in Rockland county at midnight. Parents. It's up to you. If your child is not vaccinated against measles. Don't take them into public places here in Rockland county. It's an unprecedented state of emergency intended to quell a relentless outbreak for the next thirty days vaccinated young people under eighteen will not be allowed at schools houses of worship. And shopping. Centres? Rockland county executive Ed day says police won't be asking for your immunization records. But if your child gets sick and was found to be out in public. Parents could be held accountable is listed as be misdemeanor, which I believe is six months in jail and your phone Jadalla fine in Rockland county. One hundred fifty three measles cases, since October many in the orthodox Jewish population in Muncie and spring valley county legislator Aaron Wieder who is acidic. Perception out there that people the orthodox community comebacks vaccinate their children. I've been vaccinated all my children have been vaccinated. He says people in the orthodox community are more aware. There's been plenty of outreach and more. Families are getting back Sonate it in Muncie. Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eight hundred eighty eight thirty two prosecutors in Chicago are being criticized for dropping charges against jussie smollet charges city faked a hate crime attack on himself CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. With the latest right after the stunning decision by prosecutors jussie.
"ed day" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The House Judiciary committee is asking the Justice department to release FBI records tied to investigations into President Trump NPR's Windsor. Johnston says this follows the completion of special counsel Robert Muller's report into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election. The house committee is looking at obstruction of Justice and counter intelligence probes against Trump. The records could also shed additional light on this special counsel's report, which was inconclusive on whether Trump obstructed Justice. If the house passes the resolution, the Justice department would have a fourteen days to comply with the request attorney general William Barr says Muller's investigation found insufficient evidence to charge Trump with obstruction of Justice, a state of emergency in effect in a county in New York City's northern suburbs. That's where health officials say a measles outbreak. Has infected more than one hundred fifty people since last fall Rockland county executive Ed day says for now unvaccinated children are being banned from public places. We must do everything off power to end this outbreak and protect the health of those who cannot be vaccinated, medical reasons, and that of children too young to be vaccinated. The ban covers those seventeen and under who've not been vaccinated. It lasts for at least thirty days and includes schools shopping, malls and restaurants. This is NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. A broken water main is closed.
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"A state of emergency. Now in effect in Rockland county, where a measles outbreak continues to rage because people refused to vaccinate their kids with one hundred fifty three confirmed measles cases in the last six months and faced with what the county executive refers to as pockets of resistance. Ed day has declared a state of emergency. Anyone who is under eighteen years of
"ed day" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the southern border stands as are two hundred forty eight and the nays are one hundred eighty one two thirds not being in the affirmative the veto the president is stained the house failed to override his veto of a congressional resolution to overturn the declaration.
Rockland declares state of emergency over measles outbreak, bars unvaccinated from public places
"Health officials in Rockland county, New York have declared a state of emergency amid an ongoing measles outbreak. And it goes into effect this hour it bans undocumented young people from public places in order to staunch the measles. Outbreak gets made more than one hundred fifty people sick county executive Ed day anyone who is under eighteen years of age and his vaccinated against measles. We bought from public places until the declaration expires in thirty days or until they receive at least the first shot of
"ed day" Discussed on KOMO
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