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Buffalo supermarket gunman indicted on terror, hate charge
"Domestic terror charges will be added to those level at a white man accused of killing ten black people at a buffalo supermarket Peyton gender and is scheduled to be reigned in an eerie county court on Thursday a grand jury voted to add 25 new counts against the buffalo mass shooting suspect including attempted murder for the three people who were wounded using a weapon while committing a felony and a state domestic terrorism charge accusing him of killing because of the perceived race and or color of his victims He has already pleaded not guilty to first degree murder John elmore a buffalo attorney representing the families of two of the victims says he's hoping for a conviction on every count saying this man was motivated by hate against people he never met for no other reason than the color of their skin I'm Jennifer King
"eerie county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A $40 billion infusion of military and economic aid for Ukraine in its allies has cleared the Senate and will head to President Biden's desk for signature New York's political landscape for the next ten years is being quickly retooled by a rural judge and out of state expert after a court ruled Democrats controlling New York's legislature bungled the job The Yorkers flooding the rural court with complaints sending more than 2000 letters to the court in an attempt to persuade the judge and Pennsylvania based expert to reconsider before the maps are finalized by tomorrow Paint and judge and Peyton gender on I should say the 18 year old white man accused of killing ten black people at a buffalo supermarket making a brief appearance in court today a grand jury indicting him on a first degree murder charge gendron didn't say a word during the preceding and was sent back to jail someone shattered that he was let out of the courtroom Police will continue to investigate the possibility of a hate crime and terrorism charges Meantime a buffalo 9-1-1 dispatcher has been put on administrative leave and may lose her job that a spatula allegedly hung up on a supermarket employee hiding during this weekend shooting rampage When I whispered on the phone the 9-1-1 the dispatcher would start yelling at me saying why are you whispering You don't have to whisper and I'm trying to tell her like ma'am he's in the store He's shooting as an active shooter I'm scared for my life And she said something crazy to me and then she hung up in my face And I had to call my boyfriend to tell him to call 9-1-1 Spokesperson for the eerie county executive says termination will be sought for the dispatcher There'll be a disciplinary hearing later this month The leaders of Finland and Sweden at The White House today they met with President Biden about joining NATO here is the president We have consulted closely at every stage as Sweden and Finland made their determinations and today I'm proud to assure them that they have the full total complete backing of the United States of America The leaders meeting for conversations on the NATO mutual defense pact as well as broader European security concerns The last thing the mets needed to hear today here's 77 WBC's Mike denino All right bob I guess we'll start with the bad news Max Scherzer oblique is expected to miss the next 6 to 8 weeks Sharers were pulled himself Wednesday night from his start 24 hours later sure as her to the DL actually wasn't all bad news for the mets today They win 7 to 6 and ten innings Pete Alonso your hero And Alonzo Cruz.
Buffalo supermarket at center of deadly shooting a community lifeline
"18 year old white man accused of fatally shooting ten black people at a buffalo supermarket is scheduled to appear in court Peyton gendron who live streamed his deadly supermarket shooting from a helmet camera before surrendering to police Will appear in an eerie county courtroom this morning before a buffalo city judge Last week his court appointed lawyer entered a not guilty plea on murder charges shortly before the attack last Saturday gendron posted writings to online discussion groups detailing his plans and his racist motivations authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime or terrorism charges all but two of his 13 alleged victims were black The reverend Al sharpton is expected to speak at the funeral for deacon Hayward Patterson on Friday
"eerie county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Into America good morning New York This is the catch It's here We are getting up early for the New York City edition and we have a great show We have covered a Patterson giving us an update of what's going on in New York John sasso on the redistricting What the hell happened Dick Morris to give you some preview of what's going on on his noontime show and to start off we have Tom denapoli the controller of the state of New York to give us the state of the state finances Good morning something happily How are you I have a good job happy Sunday morning to you and your listeners Thank you so much And the big story this week besides I'm getting tired of hearing bail bonds Let's talk financial When I listen to cats at night or whatever you're on I know I know you have been talking about bail rabbit consistently We'll see what the agreement all I want is safe streets in New York all the people in Harlem and Bedford stuyvesant one is safe streets in New York and our politicians in Albany I don't want to criticize them All I want I want them to realize that we need safe streets in New York Yeah That's bottom line I think one of the reasons why our state budget is late as you know April 1st deadline was blown through is the fact that bail became one of the contentious issues And I hope and I hope they modify it bury it in the middle of the budget bill and get safe streets again like I tell everybody Tom denapoli I tell everybody what cats book 8 and a half million New Yorkers or 3000 violent crimes violent criminals That's not ordinary John and it's an important issue to be debated obviously different sides to it But as control what my concern is the more you layer into the budget process and you make it harder to get the budget done It has other consequences right So if this budget agreement isn't worked out and in place by 4 o'clock on the Monday we've got 62,000 state workers that may not get paid Unless they do an extension I have confidence in time to happen Well we'll see There are other issues I know one issue that you've been following also is the proposal from the governor to build that new stadium for that That's the big item A big and 200 million on a new stadium in Buffalo Well we love our palace The bills are the only New York team Remember keep that in my job We love to build and we know that Kathy helped him the governor is from that area and wants to make a constituents happy but is it a good deal for New Yorkers Tell us Well I'll tell you we still have to look at the details because one of the challenges on this proposal is kind of came late in the process It is tied up with a bunch of discussion And a lot of the details have not been released yet So it's hard to give a definitive answer We know it's a $600 million commitment From the state and we know that eerie county is going to come up with another 250 million It is a very large number of first stadium And there's that whole debate whether public money should be used to this degree the governor has said that she is going to use some of that casino money due from the Seneca nation to help pay for this Again not without some controversy Do we get security and a mortgage on the Don stadium And it's like saying we're going to invest 650 million but they're going to pay us 30 million a year in rent and we're going to make a return on the investment for the New York State taxpayers Well I mean the first thing is what you said are we going to get the assurance that they're going to stay there for the duration of the governor's folks have indicated that that is part of it again We haven't seen all the details So it's hard to pin down the answer to that The other argument with these kinds of investments is the multiplier effect If you have a sports team and people come out and they spend money and they go to restaurants and they support the local economy And buffalo western New York that's been struggling part of our state They've seen some resurgence in the past couple of years but I think most folks that have traveled to that part of the state know that the Buffalo Bills are a key part of the identity of that area So we all want the bills to stay But there are questions being raised We'll see what we get more details whether in fact this deal will fly It's not even clear what the approvals will be I'm not sure at this point whether there are any contracts attached to it that we'll have to approve in the controller's office The public authorities control board questions up in the air Will they have to approve it so there's still John there's still a lot of details that we don't know on this So I think the questions are going to be out there until we get more specific Time did not believe what else we got another minute or so left of what else would you like to tell all New York State about what's going on Well I would just say that we put out a report the end of last week John that showed that in New York we just finished women's history month in March And working women in New York were paid 86 on the dollar compared to men New York is better than most other states The average national is 81 cents But there's still more work that we have to do to get that issue of parity as far as pay for women and men in our state But the good news is New York is doing better than some other states So I hope our report gives a little more focus on that issue Thank you for a great job you're doing in New York State and thank you for everything you do and bad bless you and God bless New York Thank you John and I love listening to you almost every day you're on and I get to listen to you Thanks for what you're doing for the 77 WABC radio Thank you We tell the truth and we try to get common sense Democrats and common sense Republicans to work together Thank you John We hear that maybe casinos coming to New York City to.
Brenton Davis Wins Erie County Executive Race
"And Selena zino good morning. How are you? Good morning, sunshine. I'm great. How are you? Great, great column. What happened in Pennsylvania? I know what happened in Virginia. It's where I live in the Democrats got blown out big time in New Jersey. A lot of them got blown out and the governor barely survived. What happened in PA? Oh, well, it was fascinating. So I'm going to focus initially first on the race that I covered several times. And that's the one for eerie county executive. The county executive position that's a county wide elected position has only been in existence since the 1970s. Since then, Republican is only one in 20 twice. And as you know and is probably your listeners know eerie county is a very important county in a state wide elected race. It's almost always gone for the Democrats. Don't Trump was the exception in 2016. It went back to Biden, albeit narrowly in 2020 and a Republican one that county wide raise running a very sort of boring race much similar to the youngin on very local issues and you wanted against the candidate who was the transgender school board president who ran on national issues. And they kept the public schools closed in eerie for a very long time. So that was a big problem for the Democrat. Was it close Selena? Or was it a blowout? It was, I don't know what the final numbers were, but it was much broader than anybody. What is even expected if the Republican had won? It was more than Donald Trump won it in 2016.
"eerie county" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"S Open goes to Jon Rahm his first U. S Open championship, He birdied 17 and 18 to, um Win the title the Stanley Cup playoffs. Vegas has even up their series with Montreal. They won Game four last night 2 to 1 and over time Rene Robert former Saber is in a Florida hospital after suffering A major heart attack. NBA playoffs. Atlanta beats Philadelphia in Game seven in that series. The Hawks. Pardon me. Talks move on to the Eastern Conference final that will take on Milwaukee. The Western final opened up yesterday, Phoenix took Game one over the Clippers baseball, the Yankees beat the A's ended the game. Turning a triple play. The Jays beat Baltimore. They're still on the road. The James will be back later this week to open a series with the Orioles at Salem Field. Mets lost in Washington, The Bidens beat Rochester. The Bills reportedly are looking for a new stadium to be built in Orchard Park, not or a Dome Stadium, either. Open air, eerie county executive Mark Poland. Cars tweeted yesterday that No vaccinations would be needed for entrance into Bill Games Bills games this season AUTO racing Max Verstappen won the French Grand Prix and Kyle Larson won the NASCAR race in Nashville. Those are your paddock Chevrolet headlines. Paddock Chevrolet with you for the extra mile. Next update at eight o'clock. was like $5 billion. Although they had some all extra costs because of infrastructure where they were building anyway. $5 billion. It was completely financed on a private basis. The Seattle tracking, didn't they didn't they built their whole stadium? Their whole.
"eerie county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Want my housing for all health care for all I left that paper boy room. I'll have been rumored people with friends, huh? Why you woman Like many parts of the country, Eerie county, New York, had gotten kind of stuck in a rut with vaccinations. Appointments at many Buffalo area clinics were lagging until is the Buffalo news rights, they said. The magic words free beer. You give people a beer. They tend to show up. That's Jeff, where he owns resurgence of local microbrewery, and over the weekend, there was a line out the door to get vaccinated next to his towering metal fermentation tanks. It was the first vaccine for beer pop up in the county's aptly named Shot and Chaser program. The idea here is you get the shot and you get a free beer. That's the whole deal. Here's your account executive Mark Poland cars We decided it just makes sense. Toe go where the people are. We got 10 times more people to get vaccinated with their first dose of the covert 19 vaccine and just a few hours at a brewery, then we would have if we had been sitting in one of our full time clinics for 12 hours, he says. They're other vaccination sites average just a handful of appointments per day recently. But it resurgence this weekend they did around 150. More Buffalo area breweries will offer the promotion soon. Jeff Ware says the beer scene has plenty of reason to support. The county's vaccination efforts were anxious to get back Tombo anklets and parties and Full tap room in a very safe manner as we can, but I think the light is at the end of the tunnel here. Let's raise a glass to that, even though it is kind of early..
"eerie county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The 1st 100 days. How will we all get vaccinated? How do we improve the economy? So there enough jobs? How do we fight against racism? And how do we restore democracy? America? Are we ready for the 1st 100 Days Thursday night at eight on W. N. Y C. Thistles all of it. Every Tuesday. We catch up with w. N. Y c planning editor Kate Hinds to get a handle on what the newsroom has covered is covering and will be covering in the future. Today. We get to talk to Kate a little longer because we're gonna take your calls. We just heard about a raw employment film 76 days about the first days of the covert lockdown and woke on China. So we wanted to get up to speed about the pandemic in our area a year later as well. And the status of the vaccine rollout listeners have you tried to get the vaccine? What your experience been, like, successful or not? How long did it take you to get your appointment? Have you been trying and haven't been able to get one? If you've gotten your vaccine How did you feel? How do you feel? Our number is 6464357280646. 4357 to a zero. Hi, Kate. Hey, Allison. So you know, I'm curious the tsunami we just I just watched and it really looked at how hospitals were faring in the early days. The pandemic. We think about what happened here and, you know, anecdotally. I was just talking to somebody the other day who got Cove it in the first few weeks of March and went to the hospital and the doctor in the plastic bag said We can do nothing for you. I mean, we were in dire straits here as well. Our hospital's facing fair Now, what are some of the current challenges? You know, hospitals here are doing pretty well, certainly compared to where we were in the spring and well enough that Governor Cuomo actually said yesterday he's starting to exhale a little bit and ease restrictions in other parts of the state. Remember, eerie county, um, in the western part of upstate New York. Had been really a hot spot in the past month or so in New York, and they had restrictions on elective surgeries in hospitals because they needed to reserve beds. And now he's saying he's going to start allowing that electric surgeries to resume because he's feeling like You know, the number of patients in hospitals around the state is starting to decrease. You know, he's seeing downward trends and virus positivity rates, admissions transmission figures. I mean, it feels counterintuitive, but right now, you know, he is saying At this state is coming down on the other side of the holiday spike period. But we also have to say that we've been seeing and hearing from various sources that all the cool kids Maybe you're wearing two masks these days. Well, I'm glad you asked that because this is something that I hadn't been paying a lot of attention to and then in his morning briefing Mayor de Blasio's was asked about double masking because this is something that Anthony Fauci has been talking about. And he punted The question to Dr Jay Varma, who his is his senior health adviser, and this is what Dr Varma said. If you have the opportunity to wear more than one death. Didn't more likely that it's going to be helpful. Then it's gonna be harmful. And in fact myself, you know, I know we're starting to wear a surgical mask covered by a fabric master. So you've got the mayor, senior health adviser saying. I'm wearing two masks right now, and that's really a big deal. We're going to have more on Gothamist about this letter later today, especially about how to wear two masks. There's a whole lot of questions about that. And there's a lot we don't know. Like this is not formal guidance from the city. This is like, you know, the Health. The senior health adviser signaling more is coming on this. This is important. We need to talk about this right now. The thinking is, you know if you are extra at risk if you are spending a long time in a place that might be of concern, you know if you're a few are a worker in a restaurant and you know Starbucks if you're riding subway public transit for long periods of time. This might be something that you want to do, because we have these three mutations, Thies, three variants that are starting to crop up that originated in Brazil, South Africa. The U. K. Um they've started to become spotted in the United States. Some of them appear to be more contagious. One of them might be more dangerous. We just don't know. So while we're in this sort of, you know, period of You know the city, saying put on a double mask. I know. I saw several people at the inauguration had double masks on it. That's when I started first got awareness of it and Decided to be one of the cool kids to let Zach Laddie it's winter. I just like I write my guest is WNBC planning Editor Kate Hinds. Alright, so let's talk about the vaccine. I feel like I asked you this every week, but it changes so it's an okay question who is currently eligible. That actually hasn't changed in New York since I think January 11th and that is, you know people over 65 1st responders, teachers, transit workers, health care workers, childcare providers. It's a pretty sizable group. We are not remotely close to finishing vaccinating those people, which is why we haven't yet opened it up to the next group about which I think there are going to be a lot of questions because it includes like pre existing conditions and people at who arm or at risk. Um and I don't know specifically what those conditions are, so there's a lot to watch there. Say a couple calls go to Ralph Online to calling in. Hey, Ralph. Thanks for calling all of it. You're on the air. I, um I in fact, got my shot a couple of weeks ago without making an appointment. Um, Where did you go, Ralph? I went to what used to be ST Lukes, you know, now part of Mount Sinai. And I had a Tip from a friend who this is the day after Theo eligibility was expanded to Six all 65 over. And, um I just was talking about her experience. Woz. She was able to just go very early in the morning and she was saying, you know, she got the shot. So he showed up at seven in the morning. And even as I walk in, I was able to register and and get the shot. But the next day, I wouldn't have been able to do that. Have you been able? Have you made an appointment for your second dose? They gave me an appointment for the second dose. But when I registered for the first dose, let's go to J. Online three calling in from Elizabeth, New Jersey, J. Thanks for calling all of it. Hi. Good morning. I have two parents in their eighties and We signed them up. I'm you know my brother and I signed them up for the States waiting list. We went on Atlantic healthy. Sign them up for the mega site and Rat and center and Edison. And then our home county of Union announced they were opening.
"eerie county" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Of the positive the positive and the one hundred thousand awful but the back up again her eerie county. You sucker blames the holidays. Erie counties positivity rate increasing from six to seven percent restrictions have helped because western new york. You face a crust right right. We did see a thing which is good Then it's like decline. We have seen a recent uptick but the point about the zone is put the restrictions in place patrol the virus if we see a decline and continuing decline that we can relax the restrictions channel two news during monday's townhall to underside discussed the current covid. Nineteen restrictions here in western new york. And how it compares to the rest of the new york state viewers have been asking us a lot of questions about the micro cluster zones in our region and across the state. These are areas that have either been designated yellow orange or red zones and have which have additional covid nineteen restrictions these cluster areas are designated solely by governor. Andrew king andrew cuomo consults with his health team There are a lot of questions but nobody with the new york. State department of health. Or the governor's office would come on our town hall segment to provide any answers. Shocker shocker problem. With the cluster zones that there seems to be no rhyme or reason why some areas designated and others are not designed designations determine what schools have to or to open and also affects local businesses. Such as restaurants much of your county is currently in an orange zone which has the second. Most strict designations behind the red zone. The rest of the county and parts of niagara genesee are in a yellow zone. These haven't changed it a long time. Despite a lot of changes in terms of covert percent of positive rates hospital capacity and other factors especially what comparing our region to the rest of the state. And that's where this gets problematic especially for erie counties orange zone it's targeted for restrictions. Even know a lot of other places across the state are far worse based on all available data. So here's what we've determined. Among the thirty four orange yellow micro cluster zones across the state erie counties. Orange zone actually has the fifth lowest infection rate. Meanwhile twenty four of the yellows are worse. Where are you mark poland. Karzai added that that's not the channel two piece. What are you doing. It's like your businesses..
"eerie county" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Most business owners aren't there yet, But I'm glad you said that because it's an important point of people need to hear that they need to be reminded that it look, it doesn't matter what the bureaucrats say The politicians do. Doesn't matter what words they write down on paper. All laws are our opinions backed by guns. It's all their opinions of politicians. Correct, corrupt, corrupt politicians lying. Oh, God, you repeat yourself. Why would anyone respect their opinions? Why would anyone listen to what these people have to say? So out of touch with us, you know, they they literally have no idea who we are. They don't give a rat's You know what about you or me or those little kids? They don't care. Biden cares about kids. Yeah, yeah, but only what they smell. Yes, he does. Yes, he does. Indeed. Later, the Sheriff's and Health Department official returned and served a narrow with a $15,000 fine for hosting the protest. He continued to say on the interview, quote. Any infringement on our liberty goes too far. We were born with inalienable rights bestowed on us by our creator right. They are guaranteed by the Constitution specifically the bill of rights, he said. Our freedom cannot end where people's fear star. It's I've been saying that since the beginning, you know, my my freedom does not end where your fear begins at all to narrow. He's the father of four Children, rebuked government officials like New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Erie County executive Mark Paul in cars. We're continuing to collect their taxpayer funded six figure salaries. While American workers and business owners are being told they cannot earn a living to feed their families. He demanded that New York officials look Children in the eye and tell them their parents. Jobs are not quote essential at the close of the interview. He tore up the $15,000 fine. Good for him. Yes. Good for him. Many Americans are ally are rallying behind too narrow in solidarity against the coronavirus restrictions. Eerie county comptroller issued a statement to a local TV station blasting power hungry politicians who are punishing businesses, he said about the one of the bureaucrats marked Paula cards crossed the line. Punitively punishing a small business owner that served our country is despicable. People are fed up the resistance against power hungry politicians destroying businesses with arbitrary cove. It rules that they make up a they go along has begun. Enough is enough. This guy is a bully that cares more about shutting down the economy, closing schools, regulating churches and damaging families than protecting the health of our community, well list or doing something good, good clues, shutting down the public schools with public service. Yeah, that would be the best that is one of the best parts about this year is that so many people have actually by the circumstances started home schooling their kids. So no school shootings this year, too. Isn't it funny how you don't force it. When you don't force people into it into her place together at gunpoint, they don't get they don't kill each other. When the lobby comes unjust resistance becomes duty indeed. And it's nice to see actually do and it's a pleasant surprise to actually see it happening in New York state. But maybe we shouldn't be surprised. New York is the most oppressive of states. And so it would make sense that that's where the resistance would begin. And New Yorkers have always had a special. You know, New York City people have always had stones. One of the reasons that they can tolerate living in such an oppressive place is they have a tendency to ignore the law when they don't like it. They're after hours clubs illegally all over New York City. Um, that's not something you find in a lot of places. So, yeah, the Woz crap and the people ignore it A lot of the time. Continue. I was going to say Brought to you by Emmy Award winning Governor Cuomo. Did you see that? What was that Me award winning Governor Cuomo. Somebody gave him an Emmy. That's a daytime. He's television thing right after he's it, actor, the wall the world, especially when we win and Ami or then they come up with a special award. Yes, for him for his briefings for his coronavirus, Johnny every day like a daytime television show right high chancellor. Checks her coma way. Continue. In moment. Your calls and thoughts are welcome. Artillery numbers a 55 4 50 free, So that's what it takes. We need more business owners. You pay your car insurance premium like.
"eerie county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"My name is Nigel Rob Kindle from the Almost said the chicks on the right. Rob Kendall from the Machen, Rob Show filling in for Jason Amerine got his own show Now got his name on it. At least you deserve it. But you are. I swear I compared it yesterday when you found out Daisy was leaving. It was like Kirk Gibson doing the fist pump around the bases there lately. Dodgers. Um, some things are creeping me out, man. Like the stuff going on in New York. These checkpoints that de Blasio and Cuomo did you talk about this earlier today on your show, and all have dual law enforcement in New York will be out in force as the holidays approach stopping vehicles. It's certain New York City checkpoints and there will be quote consequences. For violating quarantine requirements, according to Cuomo in de Blasio, Sounds like something your parents used to tell you. When you were a kid, there will be consequences like you like under Cuomo under these orders, and it's all the same, and most of these Democratic states gatherings and exceed 10. Individuals, even in private homes or prohibited, not listening. Non essential gatherings of any size are not permitted. In areas that are considered a red zone, a coronavirus hot spot in New York. You're not even allowed to have family over even if it sure, even if it's a couple buddies, you're not allowed to go. And there are some kind of the only good news and we're seeing this across the nation. This pattern. Off sheriffs and police officers coming out publicly and saying Yeah. We're not gonna enforce this. I don't know how they could enforce it. I'm not sure about these checkpoints and what sort of papers you have to show And if you have the happen, you have to prove that you've had a negative test or two negative tests before you can leave. Before you Congar. Oh, before you can come into the city before he can leave, But there are sheriff's in New York, including Fulton County and eerie County. Some other counties that have said Come came right out and said that We're not going to force this. So have have a great Thanksgiving and I quite frankly, I'm glad when I hear that, because it's a little scary we're talking about, you know, blocking off bridges. You can't leave. You can't go. You know you can't come in and it's I mean, that's happening in New York some other places. They're only talking about it here in Indiana, Hamilton County what they tell you to do so they tell you why. I don't want to remind us. Why do you mind everybody when Hamilton County guidelines and the ordinances say you should do if you leave the county and come back, the Wizards of smart at the Hamilton County Health Department have said, if you try from Carmel designs valuations in quarantine for 14 days. Nige been saying this now, for eight months, it will never stop. Remember In the beginning we were going, But you and I were sparred on this that it will never stop until the people stop it. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure this out. Look at the history of governments across the world. This always happens and it's up to the American people to put Stop to it. Won't okay. But how do they do that? Are you talking protests? That's I mean, that's about the only thing I can think of at this point. Well, I mean, look at what happened in cities across the country. When the protesters just said We're ignoring everything you tell us and we're going to do what we want to do. What happened. And they got some stuff done with EI MPD, including body cameras and different training techniques and choke holds there. Was there a full committee of people overseeing the eye MPD. They're civilians now on the decisions. They did get something accomplished, didn't they? That's the blueprint. I mean, apparently, and that is the right. Remember that it's horrific to say, but I mean, what else do we have to go on? Well, It will get to this later. But the CD did you see Sort of God, man. We can't get constant, consistent information that the CDC is now saying it's going to shorten recommended Cove in quarantine periods. It was 10 to 14 days. Now they're shortening it to do between seven and 10 days, and that's a good thing. But this the thinking with the CDC is that they're hoping that more people will follow the advice of court. So that's all it takes. We're quarantining. I did the 14 Day deal. I was directly exposed to a symptomatic. Cove ID positive family member. I had this family member got to go out before I did. They were just They were 10 days and they were fine. But I was In the call. I was broadcasting out of the closet for 14 days earlier this month, and now you're telling me the CDC is just kind of on a whim saying Well, you know, maybe more people would have to quarantine if they only to do for seven days is supposed to 14. Where what science is going on here? Well, it's the same science. I mean, I Abdul I got into this on the show today. I kept telling him duel. Tell me what science says that 25 people. You're fine at 26 year. Two huge risk. Tell me the science that says it 50 people. You're fine at 51. You're a huge risk. Tell me the science that says if I go to the tip of Hamilton County, but don't step over the county line, I'm fine. But if I drive into marrying county, I mean, it's all made up. And this is why again. Government tries to blame this on people like you're a bad person..
"eerie county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"FM in San Francisco and 89.3 of them in Sacramento. I'm Dave Freeman. Good morning. It's 7 22. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm David Greene during the campaign. NPR's Don Gonyea took us too eerie county, Pennsylvania. President Trump won there in 2016. He did not this time around, Don returned teary to talk to voters about what they want from a Biden presidency. Perry County is hotly contested turf Donald Trump barely carried it four years ago. This year. It was a narrow win for Joe Biden. Just days ago, a zoom call made the 2020 vote. Official. Mr. Clark, Are you ready? Yeah. Then we will call the eerie county Board of elections meeting to order. What followed actually stood out just for being routine, Even mundane. The four Democrats and three Republicans on the board in eery each praised how smoothly things went. Then came time to certify the results. This is clear. Yes, Mr Horton? Yes, Mr Rastetter? Yes, this is Rennie. Yes. No drama, no controversy and a 7 to 0 Bipartisan vote Elected board meeting is adjourned, so the books are closed on the election here. What's next? Decided to check in with some Biden supporters in eery whom I had met months earlier. For each. The tension of the campaign has melted away, even with the president refusing to concede. Take Michael Keys. He's a city councilman in eerie When we first talked after Labor Day, he was a bit stress. Shall we say? But now it's good to have you been. I've been walking on such a man walking on sunshine. He's singing that pop song from the 19 eighties because he's optimistic not that President elect Biden will fix everything. That there's an opportunity. It's my hope that they're able to foster more inclusion and equitable policies. We have to have equity. That's one of the things that the Trump plan left out. Another big hope for keys is that they'll be an investment in American cities to create jobs and to reform police departments. And he singled out that 1994 crime bill, which Senator Joe Biden authored and which sent so many African Americans to prison, often with long mandatory sentences. You know, it would be ironic that the same people who put together the 94 crime bill would be the same people who dismantling that would be my dream. Michael Keys is a Democrat. Not so Marianne Franti Know, a 65 year old lifelong Republican who left the party and switched her registration to independent. This summer because of Donald Trump. It's probably going to feel more like a traditional presidency where we have friendly relations with our allies instead of combative relationships with them. She also expects a more organized in scientific approach to the pandemic. She acknowledges that hard core partisanship will persist. But my expectation is it's going to be a kinder, friendlier and more professional presidency. It sounds too, like you're saying is even if they're still gridlock. Yes, Your expectation is that there's gonna be a lot of good Justin how normal it is, Yes, absolutely front. Tino thinks Biden will govern from the center. And maybe, she says, at least a few Republicans will be willing to work with him. And she says she hopes Progressive Democrats give Biden the room to find compromise. You also hear hope but not much confidence that there truly is an opportunity for a president Biden to unify the country. Scott's Lawson heads the local United Electrical Union. In theory, his members work at the locomotive Assembly plant in town where there's political division, even on the shop floor. I strongly believe that it's something that we have to fix. We have to figure out how we unite as his individuals. His family is a country, So does Joe Biden seemed to be a president who's kind of suited to that task here isn't even bigger than him. You know, I think it is bigger than than Joe Biden, but it Somebody to start that that spark start that flame right? It's it's bigger than any one person and giving the pandemic. He says. The incentive should be there for people to want to find solutions and I want the new president to succeed. Don Gonyea. NPR News Erie, Pennsylvania. Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins, has died. He was 93, the first black mayor of the nation's largest city. He spoke with Michelle Martin a few years ago. Too many of us who hold public office Think that the world is there for us that the sun rises and sets on us. That's just not the case. You permitted me to serve you and I owe you Jenkins was the son of a barber and a domestic worker. He rose in New York politics. When the city was bitterly divided by race. In the 19 eighties, a white man became famous for shooting black men on the subway. Five black teenagers were accused of a sexual assault they did not commit. Dinkins talked of bringing the city together and in 1989 defeated a white former prosecutor named Rudy Giuliani. Just spoken to Mayor elect David Dinkins. No,.
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"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm David Greene during the campaign. NPR's Don Gonyea took us too eerie county, Pennsylvania. President Trump won there in 2016. He did not This time around. Don returned to eerie to talk to voters about what they want from a Biden presidency. Eerie county is hotly contested turf. Donald Trump barely carried it four years ago. This year. It was a narrow win for Joe Biden. Just days ago, a zoom called made the 2020 vote. Official. Mr Clerk. Are you ready? I am. Then we will call the eerie county Board of elections meeting to order. What followed actually stood out just for being routine, even mundane. The four Democrats and three Republicans on the board, in theory, each praised how smoothly things went. Then came time to certify the results. This is clear. Yes, Mr Horton? Yes, Mr Ross Scattered? Yes, This is Rennie. Yes. No drama, no controversy and a 7 to 0 Bipartisan vote. Election board meeting is adjourned, So the books are closed on the election here. What's next? Decided to check in with some Biden supporters in eery whom I had met months earlier. For each. The tension of the campaign has melted away, even with the president refusing to concede. Take Michael Keys. He's a city councilman in eerie When we first talked after Labor Day, he was a bit stress. Shall we say? But now it Hey, How are you, sir? So how've you been? I've been walking on such a man walking on sunshine. He's singing that pop song from the 19 eighties because he's optimistic Not that President elect Biden will fix everything but that there's an opportunity. It's my hope that there Able to foster more inclusion and equitable policies. We have to have equity. That's one of the things that the Trump plan left out. Another big hope for keys is that they'll be an investment in American cities to create jobs and to reform police departments. And he singled out that 1994 crime bill, which Senator Joe Biden authored and which sent so many African Americans to prison, often with long mandatory sentences. You know, it would be ironic that the same people who put together the 94 crime bill would be the same people who dismantling that would be my dream. Michael Keys is a Democrat. Not so Marianne Franti Know, a 65 year old lifelong Republican who left the party and switched her registration to independent. This summer because of Donald Trump. It's probably going to feel more like a traditional presidency where we have friendly relations with our allies instead of combative relationships with them. She also expects him or organized in scientific approach to the pandemic. She acknowledges that hard core partisanship will persist. But my expectation is is it's going to be a kinder, friendlier and more professional presidency. It sounds too, like you're saying is even if there's still gridlock, yes, Your expectation is that there's gonna be a lot of good Justin how normal it is, Yes, absolutely front. Tino thinks Biden will govern from the center. And maybe, she says, at least a few Republicans will be willing to work with him. And she says she hopes Progressive Democrats give Biden the room to find compromise. You also hear hope but not much confidence that there truly is an opportunity for a president Biden to unify the country. Scott's Lawson heads the local United Electrical Union, an eerie his members work at the locomotive Assembly plant in town, where there's political division, even on the shop floor. Strongly believe that it's something that we have to fix. We have to figure out how we unite as his individuals his family as a country. So does Joe Biden seemed to be a president who's kind of suited to that task here isn't even bigger than him. You know, I think it is bigger than than Joe Biden, but it takes somebody to start that that spark start that flame right. It's it's bigger than any one person. And given the pandemic, he says, the incentive should be there for people to want to find solutions and tow. Want the new president to succeed. Don Gonyea. NPR NEWS Erie, Pennsylvania. Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins, has died. He was 93, the first black mayor of the nation's largest city. He spoke with Michelle Martin a few years ago. Too many of us who hold public office Think that the world is there for us that the sun rises and sets on us. That's just not the case. You permitted me to serve you and I owe you Jenkins was the son of a barber and a domestic worker. He rose in New York politics. When the city was bitterly divided by race. In the 19 eighties, a white man became famous for shooting black men on the subway. Five black teenagers were accused of a sexual assault they did not commit. Dinkins talked of bringing the city together and in 1989 defeated a white former prosecutor named Rudy Giuliani. I've just spoken to Mayor elect David Dinkins. No, no Giuliani of those days, silenced the booze and gave a gracious concession. And in a loud and angry time, David Dinkins was quiet and dignified. Wilbur Rich wrote a book on him. A lot of people thought that something Was gonna happen that was revolutionary. But he reassured them that he was not that type of person that he was really. He was not the mayor of black people in New York. He was the mayor of everybody think it's called his diverse city a gorgeous mosaic. He oversaw the start of the revival of Times Square. The city remained divided later admitting he should have moved sooner to a stop a riot in 1991. Certainly I would have insisted sooner. In Crown Heights that the police did a better job. I would not have tolerated that as long as I did, then conserved Only one term, Giuliani ran again and defeated him in a divisive campaign in 1993. Afterward, Dinkins had advice to aspiring black politicians. You need to be appropriately motivated. If you want to be mayor or whatever, because you want to serve people. And make the lives of others better. Then you will succeed if it's in you. David Dinkins did succeed winning an office, no black person and served in before.
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"And by the listeners and members of KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM in San Francisco and 89.3 FM in Sacramento. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm David Greene. During the campaign, we traveled with NPR's Don Gonyea 80 eerie county, Pennsylvania. President Trump won there in 2016, but not this time. Don returned to eerie to hear what voters want from a Biden presidency. Eerie county is hotly contested turf. Donald Trump barely carried it four years ago. This year. It was a narrow win for Joe Biden. Just days ago, a zoom call made the 2020 vote. Official. Mr. Clerk. Are you ready? Yeah. Then we will call the eerie county Board of elections meeting to order. What followed actually stood out just for being routine, Even mundane. The four Democrats and three Republicans on the board in eery each praised how smoothly things went. Then came time to certify the results. This is clear. Yes, Mr Horton? Yes, Mr Rastetter? Yes, Mrs Rainey? Yes. No drama, no controversy and a 7 to 0 Bipartisan vote Elected board meeting is adjourned. So the books are closed on the election here. What's next? I decided to check in with some Biden supporters in eery who might met months earlier. For each. The tension of the campaign has melted away even with the president. Refusing to concede. Take Michael Keys. He's a city councilman in here. E. When we first talked after Labor Day, he was a bit stress. Shall we say? But now it's good to have you been. I've been walking on such a man walking on sunshine. He's singing that pop song from the 19 eighties because he's optimistic not that President elect Biden will fix everything. That there's an opportunity. It's my hope that they're able to foster more inclusion and equitable policies. We have to have equity. That's one of the things that the Trump plan left out. Another big hope for keys is that they'll be an investment in American cities to create jobs and to reform police departments. And he singled out that 1994 crime bill, which Senator Joe Biden authored and which sent so many African Americans to prison, often with long mandatory sentences. You know, it would be ironic that the same people who put together the 94 crime bill would Be the same people who dismantling that would be my dream. Michael Keys is a Democrat. Not so Marianne Franti know was 65 year old lifelong Republican who left the party and switched her registration to independent this summer Because of Donald Trump. It's probably going to feel more like a traditional presidency where we have friendly relations with our allies instead of combative relationships with them. She also expects him or organized in scientific approach to the pandemic. She acknowledges that hard core partisanship will persist. But my expectation is is it's going to be a kinder, friendlier and more professional presidency. It sounds too, like you're saying is even if they're still gridlock? Yes, Their expectation is that there's going to be a lot of good, Justin how normal it is. Yes, absolutely, from Tino thing. Spuyten will govern from the center. And maybe, she says, at least a few Republicans will be willing to work with him. And she says she hopes Progressive Democrats give Biden the room to find compromise. You also hear hope but not much confidence that there truly is an opportunity for a president Biden to unify the country. Scott's Lawson heads the local United Electrical Union in theory. His members work at the locomotive Assembly plant in town where there's political division, even on the shop floor. I strongly believe that it's something that we have to fix. We have to figure out how we unite as his individuals. His family is a country. So does Joe Biden seemed to be a president who's kind of suited to that task here isn't even bigger than him. You know, I think it is bigger than than Joe Biden. But it takes somebody to start that that spark start that flight. Right. It's it's bigger than any one person and given the pandemic, he says, the incentive should be there for people to want to find solutions and tow. Want the new president to succeed. Don Gonyea. NPR NEWS Erie, Pennsylvania. Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins, has died. He was 93, the first black mayor of the nation's largest city. He spoke with Michelle Martin a few years ago. Too many of us who hold public office think that the world is there for us that the sun rises and sets on us. It's just not the case. You permitted me to serve you and I owe you Jenkins was the son of a barber and a domestic worker. He rose in New York politics. When the city was bitterly divided by race. In the 19 eighties, a white man became famous for shooting black men on the subway. Five black teenagers were accused of a sexual assault they did not commit. Dinkins talked of bringing the city together and in 1989 defeated a white former prosecutor named Rudy Giuliani. I've just spoken to Mayor elect David Dinkins. No, no, no. Giuliani of those days, silenced the booze and.
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"That Monday, he described exactly what to look for troublemakers. Go after the guys who were peddling direction that feels very ready around lighting fires. They have to be taken off the streets and arrested him process. President Trump was on that call to and here away from the cameras. He gave the clearest explanation yet of the reason for these prosecutions. He said he wanted to stop the movement. It's a movement that if you don't put it down and get worse and worse, this is like occupied world straight. It was a disaster. But one day somebody said, that's enough. Hours after that. Call the National Guard and Park Police tear gassed demonstrators in front of the White House so the president could do a photo up in front of a church. In the next two weeks, federal prosecutors from Brooklyn to San Diego had charged 100 protesters and a month after that call, the president sent federal troops into Portland. Over the objections of local and state officials. Some of those federal agents grabbed protestors off the streets in unmarked vans. Jonathan Smith again from the Washington Lawyers, Committee and civil rights. Is part of a coordinated, larger effort to stop people from being in the streets calling for change in policing. If you look at the entire course of conduct of the federal government, it is to stop people from demonstrating. And that sends a chill through out the entire foundation of our government milk. Juan was denied bail and spent three months of the eerie county prison before a judge agreed to let him out. It's a rough stuff like I.
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"His politics with Amy Walter on the takeaway. The most recent national polling shows president trump trailing vice president Joe Biden by almost nine points. Of course, many have memories of albeit smaller. Clinton lead going into Election Day, in two thousand sixteen. But this time around there are fewer undecided and third party voters who could swing US tortoise surprise. My colleague and friend Dave. Wasserman, at the Cook Political Report has also been digging into congressional level polling in two thousand, sixteen Wasserman saw trump's surging in many of the competitive districts that had significant rural and white working class populations. This year however, Dave finds the district level polling is painting a very different picture. He joins me now to discuss key bellwether counties that could determine the outcome of the election and what demographic ships have occurred since. Two Thousand Sixteen that put these counties in play so the places that are best position to be bellwethers don't all look alike, they really run the gamut from Pinellas County Florida, which is going to be an early indicator on election night of weather. Biden can really snap back among seniors and win a high proportion of them to put Florida back in in the blue column to New Hanover County North Carolina, which is Wilmington which has a. Lot of military a lot of retirees somewhat suburban in character, and that's a place that Democrats haven't won since nineteen, seventy six but it's possible will know the winner of new Hanover. County. on election night and and that if Joe Biden wins it then there's a good chance that he'll carry North Carolina and then in Texas the story has really been the shift in the suburbs and no county exemplifies that like Collin. County, which is Plano the number of corporate relocations from California and other blue states to Plano Texas has been pretty staggering on the flip side in the north we'll be watching Marshall, County Iowa, which is a meat packing hub that's home to the state veterans home had voted for Donald. Trump by nine points in t in two, thousand sixteen and the state voted for trump about nine points so it might be a good barometer and then Everyone is watching Pennsylvania and Eerie County Pennsylvania has focused for both candidates who have recently stumped there and eerie. Let us know that It won't begin counting absentee ballots until the morning after the election. Let's talk about your Favorite County Sumpter, county in Florida home of the villages and for people who don't know what that is. It's a retirement community. I think at one point day wasn't the fastest growing county in the state perhaps even the country Oh, in the country. Well okay. So you are looking at that county in saying you know what we may know that early enough. To be able to make some assumptions about the Florida vote I'm cautious of anyone even on election night. To early vote total. Out of any county or state and says that it's a great sign for either candidate. The one possible exception I would make on election is Sumter County Florida, and the reason is that it's demographically extreme. The median age in Sumter is sixty eight point, nine years old but in in two thousand, sixteen, Eighty, four, percent of sumpter votes were cast in advance of election day and we're already up to over. Seventy five thousand votes cast in Sumter out of one hundred, five thousand registrants. So we know that the overwhelming share of votes is going to have been cast in advance and that we're going to most likely get that batch of results very early on election night because after all Florida does permit their counties to begin processing these absentee and early ballots up to twenty two days before the election and so that. Could give us a clue and Donald Trump carried sumpter county sixty eight to twenty nine percent in two thousand sixteen that was thirty nine point margin on way to carrying the state by one if we see the first batch of votes reported in Sumter, and we have over eighty thousand ballots counted and Donald Trump is only leading something like sixty, four, thirty, five. That's probably not good enough for him to win the state we do know that the small number of election day votes. reported there will be more favorable to trump than than the early votes, and that's likely to be true just about everywhere and so might give him a two percent boost in his in his share of of of the vote total there. But he needs to be at least running to one over. Joe Biden in my opinion to have a chance of carrying the state David. The other thing that you have been writing a lot about is. What district level congressional level polling can tell us about this election that maybe the the statewide polling does not or better yet, it gives us. Some. Perspective on on what a state could do in this election. Can you can you talk a little bit about that in its and compare it to what it told us about twenty sixteen? Yeah. You know what a lot of people don't understand is that the majority of polling of the presidential race actually occurs at the district level not the state or national level because as as you and I have have both loved over the years. This job of covering house races involves talking to a lot of strategists and party consultants who are constantly pulling each congressional race to determine where to spend resources, and so this data is not always Is Not often made public, but it's it tends to be of higher quality because it's used to make important decisions and both Republican and Democratic outside groups have invested accordingly this year after seeing. Polls that show the president running eight to ten points behind his twenty sixteen margins in competitive districts in Pennsylvania Michigan Arizona. These are all places where. Across a broad swath of geography trump is is running well behind where he was and so for example, in Harrisburg Pennsylvania. A district that trump carried by nine points four years ago There are polls that both parties have taken that show Joe, Biden in in the lead in that district in bucks. County, Pennsylvania a district that Clinton only one by two last time multiple private surveys, Joe Biden ahead by double digits. So it's just a several examples of what the district level polls are telling us, and at this point in two thousand sixteen, we were looking at polls in. Districts in northern Wisconsin or the upper peninsula of Michigan or the southern tier of New York. All places with high white working class populations where trump leads that had been five points in the Summer Orange September had ballooned into fifteen point leads in October and these were flashing red warning signs for Hillary Clinton that very few people in the media were picking up on and a lot of Democrats were in denial this time around the flashing red warning signs for trump. Thanks Dave thank you. Throughout the fall president trump has spread false and misleading information about the voting process. In an attempt to sow confusion and doubt about its outcome. Just this week, the president once again cast doubt on the integrity of the election. Hopefully, the few states remaining that want to take a lot of time after November third to count ballots that won't be.
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"Low as 3% in Southern California tomorrow, Santa Ana winds could blow 65 mile per hour wind gusts. There are really concerns about wildfires running like we've seen in recent years at like Stone, ABC News LOS Angeles You're listening to ABC News President Trump made a campaign stop in Ohio on Saturday and criticized Joe Biden. I'm missing to raise taxes and praised his record in office. If I don't sound like a typical Washington politician because I'm not a politician, 1000 showed up at the rally in Circleville and VP candidate Kamala Harris visited Cleveland on Saturday determine the outcome of this election. There's no question This is the first Sunday that boards of elections are open in Ohio for early voting, and one of the greatest symbols of America is on the mend. Ah bald eagle is said to be recovering after being hit by a passing vehicle in Berlin township of eerie county on Friday. Yuri County Sheriff's Office wrote about it on Facebook, saying the eagle was hit by a passing vehicle near state route 1 13 in Berlin Road. Eagles being treated on an animal sanctuary with the hopes of releasing the eagle back into the wild. I'm Tom Moore. And this afternoon, the Ohio Department of Health reported 2300 and nine new cases of covert 19. But in some good news, no new fatalities were in today's reports over 157,000 Ohioans are now presumed to every covered from the virus. And in their season opener On Saturday afternoon, Ohio State beat Nebraska 52 to 17 because Covert 19 restrictions. They played in front of just 1344 people. That stadium does hold 105,000. It is believed to be the smallest crowd watch No s U game since sometime before the year of 1910. There were also no cheerleaders are marching band members and no script Ohio, which has been a home game tradition for 84 years. Next up. The Buckeyes are going to take on number eight Penn State on Halloween night. I'm Sarah Elise, filling your feet with the top Trending news. Bottom of the hour. Columbus is news is on news radio 6 10 W TV END right now, If you think we're just four.
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"Trump made a campaign swing through Central Ohio Saturday. Speaking during a 2020 election campaign rally at the Pickaway County Fairgrounds in Circleville, south of Columbus, thousands of supporters showed up, many of whom waited for hours to get him. Joe Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris, help me get out the vote event at the Tri C metro campus in Cleveland, telling voters Saturday the choice they'll make if they like Joe Biden to the White House pending Standing that America's democracy. Will always be as strong as the American people's willingness to fight for our democracy has also made a few stops along the way to try C Metro, a downtown restaurant for takeout, also a clothing boutique in Lakewood, west of Cleveland. Well, this is the first a Sunday that boards of elections will be open in Ohio for early voting. You could go to your county's early voting center until five o'clock this afternoon. Evidence that we're getting to the point of Corona virus fatigue once again Saturday. The state of Ohio announced a new 24 hour record number of cases 2858 cases in the last 24 hours. That's 300 Mohr than Friday's record. A community Safety day event in Columbus coincides with the DEA is national drug Take Back Day, The Columbus Fire Department offered safe disposal of unused prescription drugs Saturday. Fresh produce was also handed out free of charge. And one of our greatest symbols of America is on the mend. Ah Bald eagle is said to be recovering after being hit by a passing vehicle in Berlin Township of eerie county on Friday. Eerie county sheriff's Office wrote about it on Facebook, saying the eagle was hit by a passing vehicle near state route 1 13 in Berlin Road. Eagles being treated on an animal sanctuary with the hopes of releasing the eagle back into the wild. I'm Tom Moore. I'm Macy Jepson filling your news feed with.
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"Now turn to the next county. Let's turn to defiance County. Again. The northern part of the state. They're at now. Almost 79 cases per 100,000 residents in the last two weeks again, that's the again way. We're on the ways we're looking at this. In the past two weeks, Defiance County has seen 30 cases, which is a higher number than any other two week period. They've had Factor 1/3 of the total cases for the entire pandemic of occurred and for that county in the last two weeks. In addition to the increase in cases, the county is also seeing a steady increase in the number of people visiting their doctors for Corona virus. Recent outbreaks in the area have including workplace setting and social gatherings held in a popular recreation area. Harry County. Area County, 119 almost 120 cases for 100,000 residents in the last two weeks. Eerie county met five indicators this week, and local health officials are concerned with the uptick in cases that they're seeing in just two weeks, 89 new cases, or 23% of the total number of cases. During this tire pandemic have now been reported making the county and high incidents County is defined by the CDC. Remember if it's over 100 and there are 119 per 100,000 residents in the last two weeks. If you're over 100 then you're a high incidence. Callie. A recent increase in visits to the emergency department also is very concerning many cases have been linked to the Ohio veteran's home, which hasn't on ongoing outbreak. Very county has also been impacted. Ah as have other counties in the area by the recent outbreaks from put in bay. Let's turn to Hardin County Harden County is at 51 cases per 100,000 residents in the last two weeks. This is the first week that Hardin County is being designated a risk level three red Harding County is also seeing an increase in the number of people seeking medical care for Corona virus. From July 10 to July 17th. Visits to outpatient settings grew from an average of three visits per day to nearly seven. In recent weeks, Almost all of the cases were in the community, not in congregate settings. Oh, Henry County. Henry County is 159 cases per 100,000 residents in the last two weeks. Um Henry County has met four indicators and is being designated risk level three. During the past two weeks, they have seen over half of their cases during the entire pandemic. County exceeds the high incident category by quite a bit. Ah, as defined by the cease CDC. Many of these cases have been traced back to a name that tune event. In a local winery, which occurred on July 11th that has resulted so far and 53 cases 53 related cases, too. That outbreak that occurred when people gather together at the winery. Um It is believed that the number associate with this event may also continue to grow. Go down south, the Lawrence County. There are 124 Cases per 100,000 residents in the last two weeks. Lawrence County is moving into red Today. During the past 14 days, 74 cases have been identified in Lawrence County. Which represents 46% of the total cases. Since the beginning of the pandemic, almost half have occurred in the last two weeks. The county exceeds the high incident. County rate for Corona virus as defined by the CDC. Between July wanted July 14th average daily case increased from one to nearly eight. From the county's cases could be traced back to a bar, some to a bus trip, some as well to a funeral. Let's go back to central Ohio, with Marion County. Marion County there now at 87.6 cases per 100,000 the past two weeks. Marion has had 57 Corona virus cases identified during the past two weeks, which represents about 15% of their total cases. Since the beginning the pandemic recent outbreaks of include multiple cases associated with Children sleepover parties. Aswell nursing facility outbreak. Screwup to Medina. Now they're at 61.8 cases per 100,000 residents. Madonna County is now is Red Alert. Three after being at the orange level. The last three weeks. According to health officials. Madonna County saw 74 cases during the seven day period of July 6 to the 13th. Which is the highest number of cases for seven day period since the pandemic began for them. Officials say the surgeon cases did not come from Congress living areas such as nursing homes or from testing events. But Have been traced to graduation parties. Weddings, other group gatherings and out of state travel. Additionally, some cases could be linked to put in bay as well as the Athens County outbreaks where people went to socialize and then return home and spread the virus. We have to Callie's this week that despite meeting fewer indicators remain red counties Due to the fact that they exceed the CDC guidelines for high incidence of covert. Ah, and they exceeded by a CZ. You'll see with quite a bit Franklin County. Has had more than 225 cases per 100,000 residents over the past two weeks. Licking county has had more than 110 cases for 100,000 residents over the same period of time. Additionally, we have four counties where the spread of the virus is not increasing as fast as it once Wass. Leading these previously red counties to be orange this week and against you'll continue to see throughout this. It is the rate of increase that we look at how fast that is moving. These counties that change now to Orange Butler, Lorraine Summit and Wood counties. Butler Lorraine Summit in Wood counties. How are all four of these? I would just say all four of these air pretty close. They remain close to the CDC definition. Um, of Where you have significant problems. For example, AA on all of them are the moderately high incidents, according to Cook. According to the CDC, But to almost hit the definition of high and if they would have, then they would have been stayed. Red Wood County had 99.4 so they are literally right on the line. Ah! Between the Red and the orange. Butler County is right on the line to their 97.88 cases per 100,000 residents over the same period of time, so they they move forward. They Slip down, which is a good thing from the red to the orange, but they're still hovering very, very close to this. I think what this tells us is that overall the measures that we've been focusing on to mitigate Cova, 19 spread in the red counties, Um, increased diligence and social distancing worry, mask washing hands, frequently reducing interactions with others outside your household. Maybe helping to slow the increase to slow the increase in these counties. Again. We've we've got to wait, but we think that that is certainly the mask wearing is helping in those counties because we've seen that go up. We're cautious about this, though. These air still high levels of spread still high levels of spread citizens across Ohio in these counties really need to continue to be vision, vigilant and following the layers of protection that we continue to talk about. We talked a lot about long term care facility outbreaks during this pandemic, because this is where many of our most vulnerable people live. I won't tell you about a case that we learned about that is particularly troubling. And We talk about these cases because I think for me, at least it's It's instructive about what's going on out there and where our problems are. Two young women travel out of state to Texas. They became sick after driving back together. They did not isolate when they came back because there were no orders requiring them to do so. Ah, and they do not voluntarily do that. One of the women had a headache but want to work in a nursing home after she got back. She tested positive later for Corona virus, but it was then too late. There are 30 cases in that nursing home. So this is again. It's instructive, and we're not trying to put blame on people. But we're trying to illustrate How these occur and why it is important when people Have symptoms, but I think there may be a problem for them to be very, very, very careful..
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"Who was the frontline? It right doubtless over six thousand patients. Talking about what kind of how this is mishandled and everybody's saying well look at. About listening to those doctors I'm going to listen to Bill Gates think doctors are actually trained in that right. Yeah Dat right on Dan and we were right that. Yeah, but so I look if Bill Gates wants to talk about software engineering, or if I were operating system operating system I'm. Cool I'M GONNA. Listen. Why because that's what he was clearly trained in. He's not a doctor I'm sorry folks. He's a billionaire, but he's not a doctor. The doctors were on the front line that we had on our show, said look at this is clearly not being handled the right way. Right and what blows my mind again continues to blow. My mind is we've got leadership in New York like Andrew Cuomo and mark Pullen carts that still have the good people shutdown, and by the way when are you business owners going to get set of stones and just start to open up A. Eerie County, we had one guy that I can think of a gym owner Robbie out in Orchard Park. That said. GonNa fight this as my free will. This is my you know my right to be able to open my gym..