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Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava to deliver her first State of the County speech
"Mayor Daniel Living Kaba is laid out her vision for the future is she delivers? Her first state of the county speech a little differently this year. It's all virtual. Typically, the speech would focus on the economic engine fueling the county. But this is not a typical year. Thanks to the band Emmick. The vaccine rollout will be front and center Commissioner Richelle Regalado says the mayor will also have to hone in on rental assistance since the CDC order protecting people from eviction expires in March. That's something that has to be addressing the delicate balance we have. Ah, A lot of people who are in the eviction process, but we also also have a a lot of them words words that that they want want to to be be paid, Regalado says. The The county county has has $60 $60 million million and and cares Act money money to to Dole out to help help Miami Dade's most vulnerable. vulnerable. When did
Biden set to sign 'Buy American' executive order
"President Biden has a simple message for federal agencies by American You signed the so called by American executive order yesterday directing federal agencies to boost requirements so they're getting more goods and services from American businesses. When we buy America. Will buy from all of America that includes communities that have historically been left out of gum procurement. Black brown, native Americans, small businesses and entrepreneurs in every region of the country, he said. The parent Emmick has taught us a clear lesson that we can never again rely on a foreign country that doesn't share our interest to protect our people in a national emergency. Part of the order, Pied inside will see the government replacing its fleet of vehicles over time with American made electric cars.
Massachusetts is dropping its flu vaccine requirement for students
"No longer required to get a flu shot to attend class the Department of Public Health removing that vaccine mandate. The requirement was announced last summer. In an effort to keep hospitalizations down on the depend Emmick. The Department of Public Health now, citing a mild flu season, and I need to focus on getting folks vaccinated for the coronavirus says the reason for dropping That mandate. Massachusetts had been the first state to require the flu shot for K through 12 and college students. That move was opposed by many parents. At the current
"emmick" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Don't believe anything. President. Now, why would you send a lot of significant value? You re tweet. It was a retweet. That was a good opinion of somebody. And that was a retweet. I'll put it out there. People can decide for themselves. I don't take a position like someone's crazy uncle, according to a Cornell University study. The president was the largest driver of the coronavirus, Misinformation Info dem IQ, But he found able amplifiers in Sean Hannity, Laura Ingram and Rush Limbaugh and countless politicians. Also making a striking cameo vaccine. Science denied her Judy Mikovits, who sold a heap of books after starring in the 30 Minute video planned Emmick, the man who is heading the Pandemic task force. Was involved in a cover up. He directed the cover up, and in fact, everybody else was paid off and paid off. Big time planned. Emmick fueled the paranoid notion that the covert 19 virus was concocted in American and Chinese labs that flu vaccines actually increase your chance of getting covert 19. As did wearing a mask in time of plague. Lies may kill you, but the truth won't set you free. We've also learned this year about the perils of pandemic media over consumption and the limits of our battered psyches of even the luckiest of us. To stay focused on the devastation, even those whose job it is to sound the alarm. You know, there was a statistic this week and I'm sure by the time does goes to air Statistic will be worse, but it was that more people had died on a day this week. Then on 9 11 this earlier this month from our own producer reporter Michael Olinger and on 9 11. When I was a little boy, I cried a lot and I was very disturbed and it shook up the way that I saw the world. And I haven't Felt that intensely about this pandemic in a really long time may be at the very beginning. But the days just keep going, and World is telling me like, Hey, there's a much tragedy as the biggest tragedy in recent American history, and so I should feel An equivalent amount of sadness and I really don't And I want to and I understand it. And it's our job on the show and as citizens to understand it into care, But if I'm being utterly honest, I just don't feel that sadness every day. I asked what good it did the dead and the dying to feel their pain. You know, it's something like a bell curve If you feel nothing. You do nothing. If you feel too much, you do nothing. But in the middle, there's some kind of sweet spot of action of productivity and inspiration and motivation. And I fear I'm too far to the inactive side of the bell.
"emmick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I'm chase interesting. It's actually my last Sunday show scheduled for this year. Although I still have a couple of our Wednesday podcast coming up and you know if you are in the habit of, or maybe you just don't know how to access those Give us a call at 571203160 are you know one way to find them is to go to our website archive. You can find them all. Not all those Podcast APS. But there's an archive of them. And these shows on our website, which is the wise investor group dot com and as the year winds down, and it's been a challenging year, of course, we're thinking not just of the coming weeks, but it's natural this time of year to review where we've been And what we expect for the next 12 months and beyond that, Even today, I'll try to capture some of those thoughts with a view on the short, medium and long term outlooks. First out where we stand today with the average of the major U. S indices because there's a pretty big spread between the ones we think of, But the average of them is that they're up 11 to 12% for the year and that's pretty amazing. Considering where we've been 2020 featured, as you know, really one of the worst. Economic crises we've ever seen. You know, there have been many worst extended periods in history, things that drew out over the course of many, many years. They have been other pandemics. And there have been economies that have been worse for longer periods of time and terrible times of war and other challenges, But never have we Just shuttered the majority of the entire economy in such a way, and of course, it's just it's just as it may. It is amazing to see how resilient it's been. And we're faced with another round, but one with which most of us don't expect to be as bad. At least not as bad economically but another round of us kind of backing it up. Maybe this winter. What's really at the heart of this resilience of the market? Is that this Was an economic crisis and it was a terrible is a terrible health crisis, but it never became a financial crisis. Sure. Now the market's getting a bit euphoric about the light at the end of the tunnel, as it starts to envision of return to normal society is people are now starting to get jabbed in the shoulder and more on that later, but More before this enthusiasm before we had breakthroughs in vaccines and therapeutics. The market was already still amazingly resilient and providing pretty solid results after, of course, a very steep rebound from losing most of third of its value in the first quarter this year. That seems like it wasn't that long ago and look where we've come. The initial recovery from that tremendous drawdown wasn't inspired by the vaccines. They were really just beginning to think about those air and it wasn't our ability to deal depend Emmick but are a bill ability to deal with the economic ramifications. It brought with it. The feds stepped in faster and in a bigger way than it had in 2000 and eight perhaps learning from the past, and it was when they did that week. That's when the market bottomed and began to turn around. And later on today, we'll talk about the long term ramifications and projections of these actions, but Through an enormous monetary and then a huge fiscal response. The terrible health and economic crisis stopped from becoming a financial crisis for the stock market. The worst of times. Don't come from rising unemployment. Let me sure. Recessions are generally bad for the market. But perversely an abundance of available labor can be good for the capital markets. Of course, the unemployed art very good consumers. I mean, it helps if you put a check in their pocket in the government, but they're not generally good consumers, but it does remove the limitations. We were feeling in the economy back in December, which was Really a lack of available labor as we approached full employment and that limits expansion, and it leads to inflation. This time around. We got a release from the perils of full employment without even the full consequences of this the damage to the consumerism because we borrowed From the future to pay these folks to remain good consumer. We had a massive stimulus package which ensured that while they couldn't do much spending today because there are locked in their homes, Because the pandemic but many would have cash on hand. When the stores reopened, and they literally did line up when they did, And, of course, a lot of that money also found its way into various online vendors and While we did indeed borrow from the future, ratcheting up national debt at just announced astounding base, we did so at remarkably good terms, a good rates, borrowing billions and billions less than 1% interest rate. And the multi trillion dollar question remains what will rate and the ability to pay back this debt look like in a few decades when the bills actually start coming due. And after the conditions were set, which, at the time we called a bridge right that that the governor was trying to create a financial bridge for the economy, so that when we turn to switch back on, we turn the economy back on. We hope that we have something to come back to. On after this great experiment. We got to where we are today, and it's far better than I was actually expecting at the time. And by that, I don't mean that I thought that the world was over as back in March. When really no one knew what was happening. What the ramifications of this scene we're going to be at all but beyond that dismal time. As we start to think about the future to where we were four or five months ago, when we were starting to evoke the notion of a square root symbol shaped recovery, you know, we feared That instead of a V shaped recovery, where the economy would race back to its former height, that it would start the V and then stall out Hence the square root civil if you can picture that while listening to this, But now as we look forward And this is about what could come next. What the market has priced in already and what could come after that? I no longer think that it will be as flat. A stall out as a square root doesn't seem to be could still happen, but a little bit more optimistic. But while still not a V Have shifted my thesis from the square root shaped recovery to a w shaped recovery and online fixated on shapes and symbols suddenly, but Unfortunately, the W That's because we're on the down slope of the second side of the W Now, right? So look, you start the V and then you start going lower again with a steep recovery on the further end of it. That's what the market is. Price it in today, Looking beyond this winter passed the first quarter of 2021 at an accelerating recovery in 2021 that goes onto and it continues into 2022. 2022 will have organic growth earnings growth That's probably more robust than anything we've seen in years. That's growth from the deployment of capital expansion plans not to be confused with the steeper But more artificial measures of growth that we're we've seen in rebounds off of declines and that you're probably seeing the numbers in the coming quarters. Sure, I mean, we'll see the sharpest single measures of growth coming from recovery. Seen things like Hospitality is cos better going from revenue levels that are basically zero from some recent quarters back to levels, which may not quite be where they once were. But so sharply higher that the quarter over quarter or even your over your measures really just won't be meaningful. That's not what I mean about the steep recovery. Those numbers you got to throw out the 2020 numbers for them to be meaningful instead. It would be measures of these coming results next year versus pre 2020 levels. That will be an indication for them as to how healthy they're getting. Get more on that little error, but some will be permanently impaired to some degree. While many will enjoy not only a recovery, but a short term boost from spending that was prevented in 2020 and carried forward to these future quarters. We're talking about now, basically. Folks couldn't travel right? They couldn't eat out as much this year, and they may spend more than the previous normal in the coming year because of some of the savings and the pent up demand that they're massing now. We have to be careful to recognize that when you start seeing the results next year, even as it simply appears in the margins, which could capture better pricing at some point during next year or so, when demand starts to push this supply, as consumers could start fighting for limited slops on beast vacations aren't River cruises..
"emmick" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It's gonna help create jobs and Senate and essence. Help all of Ah, economy, especially here in South Florida. I mean, I don't know if your folks realize this but The state of Florida alone to point that a million businesses are small businesses that many 9.8% of all sort of businesses and these small businesses have they employ 3.5 million employees. Which is about 41% of the total employees and in Florida, So, as you know, small businesses, really we they are the backbone of our community and a bar economy. And this is why from Busan Saturday so important I'm joined by Victoria Guerrero, a district director at the small Business Administration. We're talking about small business Saturday. And for those who might not be familiar with this, how do you classify a small business? Well, actually, by FDA standards, 99.8% of businesses in the nation are small businesses and the way that we classify there's a formula on our website. But in general is a business has less than 500 employees. They are considered small businesses. And, um, in as I mentioned, you know that the majority of our businesses and in the nation and again you know why it's so important to kind of go out and support them on November 28. But purchasing, you know, directly from them, But, yes, small businesses. You know, they've always been the economy. You know, they've always been the Internet drives our economy, so It's quite a very important point to do this. It also just so that you know, you know some business Saturday 2020 master here I'm actually 50 on November 28. It's marking the 11th annual small business Saturday that yesterday has has done and last year in 2019 shoppers came together and full force to support their local communities. And hit a record high with an estimated 19.6 billion and reported spending. The last year was a very, very good here. But of course, now that the depend Emmick has hit. Many of these small businesses are struggling, and this is why we encourage folks. So last year's not businesses, you know for your holiday season shopping spree and no purchase from them.
Retailers get creative to reinvent holiday shopping amid COVID-19 pandemic
"War. Let's bring in Bloomberg intelligence consumer analyst Put him Doyle. Always a pleasure to talk to you pulling him. You always you're the one who always goes out to the Friday morning after Thanksgiving and stands in the malls and kind of takes the pulse of consumers out there. How is Black Friday with this the first black Friday of the pandemic? How are things gonna look different? Yes, the first and I really hope the last It's going to be very different. You know, People are still very hesitant to go to stores. Retailers are shifting their promotions online. The typical doorbuster deals that you would see you know hundreds of people line up for are not going to be there anymore because the story's can't Allow as much traffic into them. So this year, you know, I'll be probably roaming parking lots and maybe going into the stories depending on how the virus looks and then really checking online. I mean, we've seen retailers promote black Friday deals much earlier this year, in fact, even phasing them out over multiple days to get consumers interested in new promotions on a day to day basis. It was a lot of people out of work. I wonder if there's just gonna be the spending power there on the part of the American consumer. At the American consumer, we think still has the appetite to spend. What we're really seeing is spending shifts. So if you think about last year on Divan the years before we had seen those people had gone away from buying gifts that you can wrap in a box to experiences so whether it was a restaurant gift check or whether the spa package or whether it was A travel package. It was more based on experiences this here with all that being limited and really something that you know people are shying away from its going to focus back on gifts. And that's a positive for the retailers that I cover the shift to online remind everybody it's ah, in terms of the margins for the retailers. It's tougher because what you gotta pay for shipping, right? Yeah, you do. I mean, Yeah, You're absolutely right. Shipping costs are up, and not only is it just because of the higher penetration that we're going to see across the board but also carry a rate cousin rising and there are surcharges given the high in demand of expected over holiday. That's that, though for those retailers have brick and mortar locations. They've done a fantastic job at rolling out curbside pick up this year, and we think that can help alleviate some of those shipping costs. Not all but definitely some. And the other thing I'd say about margins you know, going into the holiday season is inventory. What we've heard from the retailers over the past week is inventory is very lean across the retail landscape. So if anything, we think merchandise margins will be better and sales. You know, retailers may be giving up some sales because they won't be able to chief into the demand. If demand does accelerate, uncertain products or categories, Okay, lean inventory, because was it a supply chain thing? Well, they've just stop in ordering as much all years since the start of the pandemic in March, when they slashed orders. As much as 50% or more. They've been slow to pick up that piece. Given the uncertainty around depend, Emmick, so inventories are relatively low. What did we learn so far from the earnings that we did get? We learned that sales, you know online continue to remain strong up double digits. We learned that story. Sales are still weak but are improving. Retailers have pushed black Friday earlier, so some of them like Macy's had said that they had seen Holiday. A gift purchases moving in talked over, which helped three Q at the expense of four. Q. We've also learned that it's going to be very uncertain Holiday period. You know, Black Friday is this week and retailers while they're pushing for our mind fails, it won't be like never before. It will be different in the holiday season will be spread out over multiple shopping days with no one. They really dominating anymore. Well, what's the key? How they navigating the pandemic at these places Right now? It's really about maintaining your inventory discipline. I mean, and I think that's where retailers have executed pretty well. We don't want to see them over by where they have toe over, promote to get merchandise out, because I just mean That you're giving away merchandise at a lower cost, and therefore your margins are going to bleed. And so is your bottom line, and you won't be able to generate cash flow. So we think inventory management is critical. I'm on the retail front during this pandemic is any one thing that really stood out for you that as an analyst really kind of surprised you. Yeah, I think the retailers have honestly done a much better job. I'm advocating this pandemic that I would have started March. I really do. I think you know they've gone from sales being down 70 80% to now being down roughly 20% and keeping inventory spleen protecting their margin. And regenerating cash flow. In fact, many of them have started to pay down their revolvers, which they had taken out of the start of the pandemic, which are all really encouraging, considering that we're still in the heat of the pandemic and cases they're still vice. Okay, Before you go, I get an answer, which says there's some hot gift this year. Are you looking for headphones? Are you looking for apple watches? Are you looking for kitchen upon looking for anything? I just didn't want to settle down with a bottle of wine and a good book. But what does everybody else want home stuff right, everyone looking at home category. They're staying at home, looking at active where they wanna be comfortable, and they're looking at making themselves Well and look it by investing in beauty and personal care. Those air the hot categories. In addition, Telectronics and toys which are always hot over the holidays and get it early, I guess right, get it early because shipping delays are expected, Yes, Yes, put put him him always always a a pleasure pleasure to to talk talk to to you. you. Bloomberg Bloomberg intelligence intelligence
Dallas Texas Reports Over 900K Coronavirus Cases, 18K Deaths
"A number of Corona virus cases, reported by the Texas Health Department has surpassed 900,000. Since the band Emmick began more than 18,000. Texans have died. Health officials this weekend so far reported nearly 7000 new cases and 90 additional deaths to bring the totals to 5 900,096 cases and 18,024 who have died. A number of cases in Texas is likely hire because many people have not been tested and study suggests people could be infected and not feel sick at all.
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show runs through Sunday North of Miami
"The sales on the 61st annual Fort Lauderdale International boat show starting today through Sunday. Show features everything from sunglasses to super yachts and lots of covert 19 safety protocols. This year, there will be capacity limits and online options for those who don't feel comfortable viewing the 1300 plus boats directly from the dock for Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis says they did not want to cancel the show in the band Emmick since that such a huge economic engine economic impact from last year. Was $1.3 billion, so it's a significant amount of of commerce that takes place. This is also responsible for creating 8000 jobs per year. Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 6 10 W Y. O D,
"emmick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"This is a virus that spreads when people are close together and indoors easier than outdoor. So you start putting all that together and you got a recipe for a lot more. Spread of entire. There's obviously a big concern right now about the emergence of flu season and what some are calling a potential twinned Emmick. When do we typically see flu season really kick into high gear? And is it possible that our covert 19 mitigation efforts may help suppress this flu season? A bit? Yes. On the suppression side. It's interesting. The Southern Hemisphere saw very little flu and I think it's because people wearing them after washing her hands socially different thing, and we hope we have that happened here in the United States, But we won't know until we really get into flu season. Typically, flu season begins in the fall. We we do ask people to get their flu shots now. October's a great month to get your flu shot it very here. Two years sometimes will start seeing the peak, you know. November December, you'll start seeing more cases of the flu, but sometimes it can go into March before we see Sometimes the The highest number of flu cases. So I'm joined by Dr Judy Monroe, head of the CDC Foundation and advisor to the pandemic Action Network. Here on our radio. Can you talk a little bit about what we keep learning about this virus? Every so often we see a new recommendation issued by the CDC. There was a new one this week about personal interactions. I think some see those and get confused. They said it themselves. Wait. I thought we were doing this now We have to do that. What goes into those changes in guidance? Now, I think the one of the biggest ones that we heard this week was what actually constitutes exposure eyes. CDC initially was saying from the studies that they had that you needed to be In proximity to someone, maybe 15 minutes that had the you had the virus. Now this week, they've come out, saying that it may be shorter periods of time, but over a longer duration, so we we continue to learn how this is spread. On DH BBC continues their their guidance based on the science that we're seeing, you know, with the spread of the fire, and if you can't take us inside that process of updating the guidance, what's going on behind the scenes? Yes, This is a novel virus right where the world had never seen the covered 19. Ever before. And so PTC is gathering their information from the States. Local jurisdictions data if gathered in very upsetting Gets rolled up the CDC and then they do the analysis and the more information that we're learning with. The spread of this virus is how they developed their guidance based on what they're learning and thing, and youll Mass is a great example. In the beginning, I'm sure people were confused because they were hearing. You know, don't don't go by amount because we want to save those for health care workers and now overtime. We've learned that Wearing a mask is quite effective on we need everyone wearing amounts, so we'll continue to learn because this was a brand new virus. The world's just never seen it before. I'm joined by Dr Judy Monroe, head of the CDC Foundation and advisor to the Pandemic Action Network. You can find out more at CBC foundation dot org's on what seems to be a bit of a positive note. We haven't really seen school re openings lied to super spreader events. Are there any conclusions that we can take away from the first few months of the new school years? It's still too soon. You know, it's probably still too soon. I mean, we're hearing now that I just heard. I think Boston is going to close schools because they're starting to be in a pic of cases. But I agree with you. I think it's good news that we're not seeing like super spreader events with elementary schools and schools opening so that if a good thing I my hat's off to the schools that are really taking ah, those that have opened are you know, trying to apply the science and make sure that things were sanitized gives her washing their hands. The distancing wearing math. Those types of things are going to make make the difference but very encouraging. I'm joined by Dr Judy Monroe, head of the CDC Foundation and advisor to the Pandemic Action Network, You can find out more at CDC foundation dot org's. There was also another positive bit of information that we learned this week and it involved the ability to treat those who get infected with this Corona virus. How could that impact the outcomes of this new surgeon cases So the medical advancements have been really great again, a brand new virus. We didn't know on the medical side, how that was going to play out. We are seeing left death. Even though we've got more cases we are seeing less deaf Doctors have become Ah, much more savvy in the knowledgeable about how to treat Ah, this and then later Ah example we're putting chokes on ventilators. Ah, more in the beginning of this thinking, That's what was needed there now finding that maybe it's okay to have people have little less oxygenation and not the undead later, because they were that was causing maybe more damage. So you know, we continue to learn on we're only going to learn by having Ah, the cases coming forth and then having the scientists gather the data and analyze it coming up. We're gonna be facing some new challenges, including some big holidays that usually lead to pretty large gatherings. Can you tell us what we've learned so far about the spread of the virus at indoor gatherings compared tto outdoor ones? I'm sure many Americans are tryingto figure out how they're going to navigate all of this, and that information is certainly key. This. I really encourage everyone to think hard about changing your traditional holiday plans for this year. The large indoor gatherings of the places that we see the most spread. There's no question about that. And you know we've seen it in the bars when folks gather indoors we've painted in large, large indoor gathering outdoor scenes being safer part of that's probably because you keep were social distance. Should always be wearing a mask when you're when you're with groups of people and you know the safest virtual celebrations or small gatherings, having just a small number of people into a home. Try to avoid the big crowds that the danger area and just following upon bars and restaurants, they've been hit particularly hard during this pandemic. But based on all of the evidence we have so far is it just that those air high risk environments and there's not much we can do at the moment to change that. You know, I think the signs even going back to the schools. I think the epidemiology shows us. The spread of the virus has been more common in restaurants and bars, then like in schools, is what we've learned. And there's been no question about it that those clothes gatherings of or you're with again the duration of time. So if you're exposed to someone that is asymptomatic carrying the virus That gets into the air in proximity to where you are that the recipe for getting getting infected and over a dinner you're there for, you know? Ah, Long time on bars. You're hanging out so that that's part of why that That has occurred. I'm showing here on my heart radio by Dr Judy Monroe, head of the CDC Foundation and advisor to the Pandemic Action Network. Another issue I wanted to touch on in terms of what we've learned about how this virus spreads air travel. It was a huge concern about this early on. I know there's been a ton of research into finding ways to keep air travel safe. It doesn't seem like we've seen that lead to big Super spreader events, and there's been a lot of focus on air circulation and all of that. What do we know about the safety of airplanes? So air travel know everything I've read. I believe the airlines have done a good job. The air the area's filtered so you're getting fresh air. The key there is wearing a mask. Folks really need toe Keep amounts on the airlines are doing a good job that sanitizing some of the airline's and my hat's off to the ones that are not filling the middle seat, you know, keep more distance at nothing. Um, so the it's not. You can't catch it on a plane. But they've got a really good job, I think, And finally there's a lot of misinformation out there a lot of misconceptions about this pandemic..
Los Angeles County Health Officials Push For Residents To Get Flu Shot, Keep Taking Coronavirus Precautions
"Health officials have recommended Everyone get a flu shot to avoid what they say is a possible twinned emmick of flu in Cove in 19 cases this winter official state's especially important for pregnant women, kids, people over 65 those with chronic medical conditions.
"emmick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Time. Nine o'clock depend Emmick strikes again Tomorrow. Broncos game at New England is off as more Patriots have tested positive for covert 19. ESPN reports. The game will be moved to next Sunday and next Sunday's Denver game against Miami will be rescheduled. The fourth Patriots positive tests Causing their facility to be shut down for the third time in 10 days, the Patriots had three straight days of all negative tests before today's shut down a shooting as competing rallies that squared off in Civic center Park Fox 30 one's Evan Krugel was there were on the other side of that park. And as you mentioned that we heard one very loud shot come from this area. Denver police began rushing in here. They found a man had been shot. He was taken to the hospital where unfortunately he died. Police arrested a suspect A security guard. Contract it by nine news thie identity of the victim not released. Next update at 9 30, David Ko Ko Way news Radio 8:50, A.m. and 90 for one. FM. From the bed. Fred Sports Travel Center Your Drive Looking good around Denver Early on a Sunday morning I 25 looking good from the C 4 70 all the way up to Northwest Parkway. I 70 Eastern Westbound accident free speeds there up to the posted limits. If you're heading up to the mountains, we do have some construction. A T Eisenhower tunnel may of cause of delays on your eastern westbound approaches. Right now it's going to take you about 34 minutes on your drive from C 4 70. Up to Georgetown, Fox 31 pinpoint whether mostly sunny a little bit cooler. I've only 74 Wendy this afternoon alone tonight, down around 39 in Denver. Currently it's 59 degrees. This report is sponsored by unbound out or Right Now, they're young people across the world.
Boston-area hospitals brace for the 'twindemic'
"A potential twinned Emmick with the flu and Corona virus. Jackie Somerville is senior VP and chief nursing officer for the South Coast Hospital group. We are seeing an uptick in our community. We have 18 covert positive patients in the hospital across their system this morning, we had been in the lowest zero You know, in the summer months that we're doing Really saying, you know Activities move Indore school start then I do think a little bit of covert fatigue, a pass for the Patriots against
"emmick" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"They refine it. And then by kind of summer ever the fall they're basically saying, Okay. We have to the best of my ability and figure this out reduced Watch time. If you think about all the videos have come from recommendations, that stuff that is like dodgy that's borderline. We reduced Watch time about by 70%. Problem, As you pointed out, is that what started happening that there's this new explosion of code related stuff, and they've been working to try and identify the most egregious stuff that they want to just, frankly, take down. And they've been trying to feed those examples and more borderline examples into their A I like they didn't just make that I once the borderline. Aye, aye. They actually re train that like they wouldn't tell me the exact amount. But like at least a week every week on more often, right, so the constant feeding into examples the problem of running into Some people think that recommendations maybe less significant now, overall for the life and death and viral ity of kind of B s on YouTube, Because what they're saying is people look, and I say, Well, you know what's happening now it's less than people are just following the rabbit hole and finding the radicalizing stuff. What's happening is that they're finding about it from a link on instagram or a link on the hot Reddit post or a link on Facebook. Or, frankly, even you will find like You and planned Emmick. Thousands and thousands on the peripheries of these communities would like do a video saying, you've got to go watch planned. Emmick. Here's the link. So it's almost more like more like organic and grassroots forces that now propelling some of these really problematic videos to massive vier ality in like 24 48 hours, right, it's not necessary. The recommendation systems doing it at this point in time. Clive Thompson, contributor to wired. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks so much Good to be here..
"emmick" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Alone, baby, just party with me. Let such situations that don't know what happened. So me about Amanda. Before you get what wrinkle head and rocked, celebrating. Drama track pumping and everybody jumping situations have to grab somebody get 97.1 Wash them. Welcome back to the LNK weekend show. We give you happiness hack every weekend and this week. It's something that'll be beneficial as we head into flu season. Coupled with a pandemic. You want happy? Avoid twinned Emmick, and we definitely need to avoid that. So, Christie. Thank you for calling. How are you? Thank you. How about you were doing great? Christy is a teacher..
"emmick" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Our website that doctor's TV dot com and we're going to pick a book of the month and it's going to be fiction and and science fiction and whatever we're going to, you know, not just medical books or health books, So I just I'm excited because I think that the country Um it needs or wants a show that's going to give them real answers about covert and the pandemic and the vaccination, really scientifically based non political answers that come from the world's best researchers and experts, and I think the country wants to be inspired. Absolutely, you know, and challenged absolutely well and your theme for the season. Take your power back. It's all about health and wellness right now, as you said Yeah. I mean, the idea is that people for so many months as you know, have felt helpless and hopeless. Um and out of control, and we want people to realize Hey, there are still some things in your life that you can control, so let's focus on it. Let's improve how we eat. Let's improve how we move. Let's improve, how we have relationships and how we parent and how we help our kids remote learning. There's so many things that we can work on while the others work on vaccines and treatments, you know, let's not get lost with worrying about Whether or not they're going to be solutions. Let's look at the solutions were in control over Now, one of the topics that you had recently was talking about flu season, you know, being right around the corner, really right. Like right now and with covert still rolling around. Obviously, you're encouraging people to go ahead and get that flu shot. 100% getting my next week. Listen, the last thing we want is what we're calling on the show with twinned Emmick, uh, the idea that you get the flu and get cold on top of it. Remember the flu virus infects and unfortunately damages the same area of the body that Kobe does the respiratory tree. The last thing you want is to have your immune system and your respiratory tree compromised and then get cold on top of it. That's a double whammy that for sure is going to lead to a lot of problems for people. They have both at the same time is bad enough. Trying to fight the flu by itself or fighting code by itself would imagine them together. Listen to the flu kills a CZ, many and 60,000 people a year the flu alone. I can do that, and we don't often talk about flu raid related death, So this is a time of any time in my life that we really need to look at that. Get that vaccine on. It's not always getting the vaccine for yourself. It's also getting it for others, because if you get the flu than you can transmit to others, so Think about it in a selfless way. It's for you. Yes, but also so you don't infect others. Well, this is what surprised me, Mammy. Just a cz is a guy malevolent reading this thing and go. Well, this is what surprised me is that you could get Cove it in the common flu At the same time. I just wouldn't have thought that I thought, Well, you know you're going to get one of the other. I just had no point of reference where you could actually get just hit. From both directions and 100%. In fact, remember, you know, the immune system is like our army of soldiers. And so if the immune system is weakened for any reason, because of another viral infection, you're fighting bacterial infection. Even people who are sleep deprived can lower their immune systems strength. If you have a lower immune system, you become even more susceptible and more vulnerable..
Court annuls Michigan law used to fight virus
"Court issued a decision this afternoon that ruled against Governor Whitmer and her battle over powers to extend emergency declarations over the covert 19 situation. The 4 to 3 ruling the high court determine the governor does not have the authority under state law to issue any emergency declarations pertaining to the band Emmick after April 30th That was the last date when the Legislature allowed the governor to declare an emergency. The governor has relied on her interpretation of the Emergency Powers Act passed in 1945 and another Emergency Powers Act passed in 1976 to wish you a long litany of executive orders relating to the pandemic. The order's mandate. The closure of businesses related to the number of people who congrats events all in the name of safety and all in the name of preventing the spread of the Corona virus, Republican and the Republicans in the state. Another Wittmer opponents have blasted her interpretation of the law. They say she overstepped her executive authority and continuing to declare a state of emergency without the Legislature. Once
"emmick" Discussed on KGO 810
"Have several times during this period, Emmick The prices do not seem any great shakes, too. May they seem like the same old price since you know. Yeah, I right Or am I wrong? Where? What? We're where are these frights is going Yeah, well, we did analysis recently and I looked at a whole bunch of us hotels over 200 hotels, and I found that prices did go down. Overall, I found in 2020. The average room price was about $186 a night compared to $270 a night in 2019, which is lower, But like he said, you know, so 200, but tonight is not cheap. But then I broke it down a little bit more. And I found out that what was going on actually was his way. Cheaper. Tto book, short term the On ly a few weeks there only a few days out. So the average price dropped into $157. Ifyou're looking about 15 days out compared to about $212, If you're booking for months out, the sort of the trick is to book a last minute right now. Interesting. So I don't doubt this. And I've got to tell you, Sam. So if I'm doing the normal booking, OK, I get my hotel. Ah, excuse me. I get my flight about 60 days out. Then I'm looking around for our hotel or I'm trying to look at a boat. I just don't see any deals, and it's because I'm looking too far out there. They're setting it up as if covered 19 isn't occurring. And from two months away from it. Yeah, exactly short. I think the idea is they're losing so much money right now that they're sort of trying to make up for it by these people who are willing to book further out the trick trick of a Tebow closer in and then the other thing, of course, is booking in cities a cz much cheaper right now than booking, you know, obviously in their national parks or other outdoor areas, everyone is getting out of the cities effectively so I had to find a room out in the boonies, but you confined the cheaper I was just in Seattle and I stayed almost a month at a place for 100 Bucks a night, which is unheard of in Seattle. So So if you're stupid up to book early they get figure. Hey, we'll just act like it's been cured by then. And then when you get up next to it there like please, please take my room. Yes, exactly. And the same thing with airlines Do we actually found the same thing with flight booking further out Right now you are going to lose money That way compared to book in last minute. Everything's upside down. Wow. So if you if you're planning in December travel, just don't do anything. Wait till you're in December before you start booking. That is my advice right now. I mean, a Who knows what's going to happen December, right? And then, right. It doesn't look like you're set to lose money. I mean, it doesn't look like the man who's going to go way up. So prices are unlikely to go way up. So let's talk about this in the city's versus out in the National Park's Everything that's coming into by email box and Pinterest app is all everybody is going to the national barges that really occurring. Yeah, you know, I mean, I don't have great date on other than to see that. You know, the hotel prices are higher out in rural area, but it does seem to be I mean, now, who knows? You know, on the West Coast you No, No, right, right. Yeah. Um But yeah, it does seem like people are heading to a less populated areas and the areas with lower rates of code infection, which tend to be less populated area. The other thing. And now I'm forgetting my question because he just said, where Covad is taking off. So if you want a good hotel room, go to where the pandemic is a hot spot. Maybe. Alright, Well, it's a trade off right? Like if you want you could you could go toe Ella. Ah. But then, of course, there's a reason that it's cheaper right now because no one wants to be there. So Ah, it's Ah, Pick your poison. Yeah, right right on in your sayings to say, and it's got to be the same way with flights, then, right? So if I'm trying to fly into New York and friendly enemy cheaper Yeah, it's a little messier, you know, because people are flying through those areas are right. I don't know. It's not quite as straightforward as that. But I mean airfares just cheap across the board right now. The demand is about a third of what it was this time last year, so there's a there's just empty plans everywhere. So, Sam, are you traveling? Would you travel I'm traveling right now by car. I haven't gotten in a plane since the pandemic started. I'm not really looking to any time soon, but I have been a hotel I actually find Hotels because they have staff on hand who can enforce mask rules. And basically, every hotel right now enforces mask rules. I actually found it a little bit more comfortable to be there than to be in they an apartment building in the city. I again everything down, but I don't feel totally unsafe in most hotel. Do you, you know, bring your own wipes and go crazy on it when you check in. I don't I'm not. You know, I know everyone has their own risk tolerance. I did talk Tio health expert, and she kind of convinced me that The danger is not really in the room. So much is in the common areas of the hotel, on the elevators and in the lobbies and obviously in the GM if the gym is open, so I.
"emmick" Discussed on KGO 810
"Life. Election 2020 from ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. Stormy weather today over South Florida's Tropical Depression. 19 moves inland with Palm Beach County under a tropical storm watch. The storm is then expected to continue on into the Gulf of Mexico later in the day before hitting the Louisiana coastline sometime next week. Possibly as a hurricane. Meantime, growing concern in the Western wildfires that the death toll could mount. His crews reached devastated areas already at least 19 or dead between California, Oregon and Washington state. One homeowner seeing what used to be her home ravaged by the creek fire, telling our Fresno station her late father built the home are community is really, really suffering and Just to keep us in your thoughts and one firefighters family trying to save homes but losing theirs to California's Creek fire. I feel like I just got sentenced to life in prison aspect. I lost everything, and I got nothing to show for ABC Styx Hernandez's. It's now been six months since covert 19 was declared a global band Emmick and now more than 192,000 Americans have died. The nation's top infectious disease. Doctor, Anthony found she stopping short of saying definitively whether there could be another nationwide shutdown. Instead, he was talking about people taking responsibility. And being prudent and careful in the days and the months ahead on again wearing.
Miami Dade College moves to distance learning in line with rest of county
"The county and begins the school year with distance learning on Ly Today, students will be remote learning until the end of September, and if the numbers remain low, they will start using a hybrid blended learning system next month. Provost, Dr Linda Radish. EOE says the college is getting $3 million from Miami Dade County to provide up skill training Dotel employees affected by the band Emmick. We have a lot of quick training options available to them with financial aid and scholarship. We even have some titans available that folks can take advantage of, she says. People can get hands on training and high demand fields like network security, Homeland security and digital marketing. Wendy Grossman,
"emmick" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Country. We will never stop looking for you this as nearly 40 missing or endanger Children were rescued in Georgia. Law enforcement officials say some of them were likely victims of sex trafficking. The operation focusing on the cities of Atlanta and Macon, also resulted in nine arrests. After a summer surge of new Corona virus cases. California is changing the way it allows businesses to reopen, California Governor Gavin Newsom says, rather than different criteria for 58 different counties. It's two bits of criteria to assess all of them. So case rate intestine positivity. The higher number of cases and positivity rates go into the purples here, and it goes down from there to read than orange and then yellow. Businesses get to modify like going back to indoor dining and indoor activities based on the color there, in which Newsom says is meant to prepare for the upcoming flu season. This twinned Emmick as we deal with flu, and we deal with covert 19 it takes 21 days have reduced case numbers to be able to move into a lower tier and Jessica Rosenthal Fox news. California already has the largest homeless population in the country and fears of growing the crisis could get worse next week, eviction and foreclosure protections that have been in place for months expire. But under a proposal supported by the governor, people who can't pay rent could stay in their homes through the end of January if they pay a portion of what they owe. State lawmakers are hoping to extend eviction protections while also addressing the impact on landlords during the pandemic. It's been on the loose for nearly a month, and 800 plus pound animal known as a beef alo that escaped from a meat processing plant in Plymouth, Connecticut. The animal. A cross between a bison and domestic cattle is believed to be in a wooded area. Pamper yourself. So pressed for time. Don't cook. They've got you covered. Order a most Take home meal kit today feed 4 to 6 people, and it comes with everything you need to have the perfect taco Nacho or for he Tonight you choose the two proteins you prefer,.
"emmick" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Believe that there is a green light just says Go back. To the way things were or back to a pre pandemic mindset. Quite the contrary, these air the guidelines thes color coded county guidelines that we're putting forward, uh, to get us through this flu season to prepare For the upcoming flu season. This twinned Emmick as sorts as we deal with flu, and we deal with Kovar 19 to work through the next few months here in the state of California again, this is a dynamic process. It's an innovative process. We Are not stubborn in terms of an ideological thrust its waits the work we're doing on the considerations that we make in real time with experts and county health officers on DH members of respected industries and members of the public that provide guidance and feedback, But the guidance and feedback we have received Uh, that helped us put this in place We have and advanced and engaging in seeking that guidance, uh, collecting that guidance over the course of many, many weeks to put together the chart that you see in front of him. Front of us the purple part of this the risk level we refer to as a county risk level as would spread, uh, is what commonly was referred to in the past. Aziz, the old monitoring glitch, the old watch list that you may have seen in the past Me giving an example We had 34 counties that were on the old monitoring less the old watch list. Now that lets broadly defined and I'll be specific about the distinctions. Eyes defined.
"emmick" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Just responding to the planned Emmick thing. I was watching that last night in a little bit more today. You remember this has been a couple of months ago. And the planned Emmett was about. I don't know a 15 minute thing on the planet. Which is the movie. It wasn't the full movie nights of the full moon is going to come out sometimes later, and then every media outlet there trying to ban the thing you couldn't put on YouTube took it down. Um, Facebook, issuing all sorts of warnings, and this is this is this is false information involved. Well, the full movie is out. And so I was watching that and then I was putting it on face, but even immediately are you sure you want to post this? It's got false information. So I said Yes. I want a post to get out of here. They also talk about the fact checkers inside the movie. And so as I'm looking at my post from Facebook, it says, partly false information. Check my independent fact checkers. See why Hartley. False information, Okay? It says. Ah says planned Emma conduct and Dr Nation is the Subtitle this thing. Video rehashes debunked planes and conspiracy theories about the covert 19 pandemic and vaccine. I don't know that that's been debunked, so here's the gist of it. And if you saw the first room, which we ended up just putting on our website, Phil valentine dot com were no big tech. Company could touch it, and that's what they've done with this. It's on freedom platform dot TV. And I wasn't familiar with that. But that maybe, you know, we've been talking about a good place to go instead of YouTube. Maybe that's the place to go. Freedom platform dive TV. I don't know anything about him. But I think you know a song is not taken stuff down with Spears. That's the whole point. Is you to be able to put up whatever you want, Teo, So we need to have some place. We can go if you watch this movie, and I urge you to do this tonight after the show because it's about an hour and a half long and You don't want to do it now, obviously, cause you're listening to show and then you'll miss all the good stuff that we're going to impart to you. But tonight You might want to watch this thing and the link will be there. Phil valentine dot com on his show prep. But the basic gist of this thing is is that this thing was planned. Now you can say Oh, my God. Well, watch the thing and then you go. Oh, my God. But it is quite compelling. That the players that we're seeing in this thing and you know, I've wondered out loud too. Why are they not telling you the things that will mitigate this now? We know this about hydroxy. You know, as soon as Trump comes up with this Oh, my gosh, They gotta shoot this down. Well, the Chinese have known that hydroxy is Hey, I don't want to call it. Q because it's not a cure for virus, but it is a therapeutic. For this virus, and they've been writing about that for years. And they're in their medical or research the Chinese have. But when Trump comes up, and people have known this about other viruses that have come out then hydroxy tends to be a good therapeutic forward. Will they shoot this down? You know, I've been wondering in recent days. Why we haven't heard one. Of the official health care experts tell you get your vitamin D checked, and we now know with all the tests and studies were going on out there that there's a direct correlation between vitamin D deficiency. And your severity of Corona virus. It's not going to keep you from getting it necessarily if you have high vitamin D, but it may very well and I, You know I qualify these things because there's nothing there's nothing etched in stone. But the studies show that it increases your chances of having if you have vitamin B. Instead of vitamin D deficiency that if you have sufficient vitamin D, it increases your chances of having a mile to asymptomatic case of Corona virus. It doesn't guarantee it, obviously, but it increases your chances and study after study has shown that so why aren't they telling you that? Well, it's almost like they want this to happen. But what's really instinct in this plan. Dimock movie is they talk about a complete simulation, which was very, very strength. I equated to a table read for him for a movie. You folks know what a table read is? Okay, I'll explain this to you. When you when you're in a movie a lot of times They have a table in TV shows do this, too. They have what's called a table read, and they get all the actors and they have a table. And you sit around the table, and usually it's you know, like four or five tables connected together, so everybody's sort of sitting around, you know, and they could face each other. And then everybody has the script and everybody reads their part as they go along and sort of acts it out, you know, not get up and acted out. But just read it and read it with, you know, with passion of the character in the rest of it. Well, they have this simulation last year and this was put on, I think by Bill Gates and the Gates Foundation. And they have this thing where they had people acting as secretary of state. Secretary of health and human services, all these other things, and then they would just throw out this thing that there's going to be this respiratory virus. That that is a pandemic that's going across the country and what what is your response to it? Well, it's interesting because the response is very similar. What's going on now? We've got to shut everything down. Everybody's gotta wear masks. We've gotta shut commerce down, but what they found at the end of this thing, And with this planned, eh, Mick? Movie tells you is there when they wrote the postmortem after they did this? What I call a table read on a virus on a pandemic. Is that the people will be very willing to go along with whatever you say and that there will be top down authoritarian. You know, they'll follow the authorities and that this will.
"emmick" Discussed on WTVN
"Right, Marshall. Thanks 80 for right now. It's the mark Laser show with Josh Cease Davin off this week. This is a word You're going to get tired of quickly, and it's it's surfaced. I don't know what maybe a couple of days ago, maybe the middle of last week Twinned Emmick. That's going to be the new word that is going to make you crazy. Moving forward going into the sixth season. The twinned Emmick have you heard this yet? I'm sure you twins this have to do with they expect a boom and twins. No twinned Emmick, as in covert and the flu, So I'm done being scared. You know that. That's the word that they're using the catchy word now the newlywed moments. Did you write the catchphrase Twinned Emmick, So it's going to cover cloven 19 and the traditional flew as we move on that dude, this is gonna freak. Some people out. You're going tohave goobers in full Has Matt suits driving in their car? Out of serious. You're right. I got to make sure that I'm not getting anything. I know this is this is just gonna freak people out, and I bet watches goingto get rid off the earliest flu season we've ever seen October. This is going to be the deadliest month and record Right and then leading up to the election. You just want. Meanwhile, it'll be like one small step for man. That's what people are going to look like. They're getting out of their cars going into stores with has made her look like a space suit. And that's exactly right. More on that in just a couple of minutes, let's get the latest. What's going on with the post office. And if you're okay with male and voting and all that, let's welcoming NBC News National correspondent Michael Bauer and Michael Welcome to the mark. Blazer show. How are you? I'm doing well. And how are you, sir? I'm doing fantastic man. So tell me about the funding for the Postal Service. I mean, what exactly is going on here? Well, there are a lot of problems with the Postal service. In case you haven't heard over the past couple of weeks. There's been a lot of issues with the Postal service in regards to the actual service part of things where we've been seeing reports that as of Friday, the Postal Service had reduced operating hours in several states. They were removing.
New Mexico man in his 20s dies of septicemic plague
"Dreaded diagnosis has claimed the life of a man in New Mexico, he said to be the state's second case of Septus Emmick plague this year. Only describe as a Rio Arriba County man in his twenties, health officials say he was hospitalized before he passed away. Last month. Bubonic Plague was also diagnosed in a Santa Fe County man in his sixties, according to the CDC, which also says this Can't be treated effectively with modern antibiotics can cause serious illness or death if it's not treated.
"emmick" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Them hand Emmick in a briefing you heard live on Kogo, he says. We're learning more about the Corona virus. Every day, he says. The U. S is doing well with vaccine development in Therapeutics. This disease is highly contagious and presents unique challenges, too. Our border states. Meanwhile, states like California, Washington State, Maryland, Virginia, Nevada Illinois, Oregon and many others. They were thought to be doing well and they had a big resurgence and were hit very hard. And the county just putting out its numbers for today, reporting six new deaths two women and four men, their ages range from 48 to 86. All of them had underlying medical conditions. There are 381 new tests confirmed as well and we will have more on the numbers throughout the day here on Kogo. The FDA says a Corona virus vaccine doesn't need to work 100% to get approved as long it's it's safe. It only needs to be at least half effective. The commissioner Nota. Everyone wants a vaccine now, but it's not realistic. So, he says, dropping it to at least 50% is reasonable given the pandemic. Several companies around the world are working on a vaccine in this, our hope is that one will be ready for approval by November. Lawmakers on Capitol will trying to make progress on another Corona virus relief bill. The Senate is going to start debate. They had a procedural vote this afternoon to pry loose the House passed $3 trillion Corona virus bill from May. Now they're not actually going to consider that build, but what they're going to do. They're going to take that bill and start next week, Strip it down to its studs and put in interim provisions here. To extend unemployment benefits on an interim basis. What this means is that the $600 that's going to expire because the Senate is gone. The Senate's going to leave here for the weekend, but that's going but they're going to start this next week. They're trying to dare Democrats to vote against this. Chad Programme reporting Democrats are criticizing Republicans for not wanting to negotiate a man arrested in La Mesa, which fueled local protests. Protests. This calls for a police reform through nationally is now suing Lawsuits is our inconsistencies in the department story. Jared Errands without reporting partner. 10 news has more. Mesa police said that they approached that Mana Marie Johnson because he was smoking on an empty s platform, and then he resisted arrest. But that lawsuit says Johnson wasn't smoking wasn't even on an empty s platform. And now his filing a lawsuit. It's right so laundry list of complaints in that lawsuit, including arrest without probable cause excessive force negligence, violence because of race and failure by the department to train its officers. The lawsuit names officer Matt Dodges, as well as the city of La Mesa and six other unnamed officers. Colleges is the one scene in this video, pushing Johnson onto a bench before arresting him. And again, that is Jared Erin's Kogan. Used time. 403 The Dow down to 25. 26,003 13. Now let's shake your traffic.
Sinclair says it won't air Dr Fauci conspiracy theory segment
"Broadcast group, the owners of Co. Moh TV and Kummel radio, dropping a segment suggesting Dr Anthony Fauci was responsible for the creation of the Corona virus. Over the weekend. The company said it would postpone and rework the segment featuring planned Emmick researcher Judy Michael Bits. It was set to air during the Eric Boy Bowling hosted America. This week. However, today the company decided to pull the conspiracy theory with the discredited researcher altogether, they said, despite having an expert to dispute my covets his claims they felt it was not appropriate to air the interview.
Local TV stations across the US set to air discredited 'Plandemic' researcher's conspiracy theory about Fauci
"TV stations across the country are set to air a discredited researchers conspiracy theory about Dr Pfoutch ING Sinclair broadcast group stations are showing the program America this week that will feature A segment with Judy Mikovits. He's the medical researcher featured in the discredited planned Emmick video that went viral earlier this year, which was banned from platform such as Facebook and YouTube and the segment, she tells the program's host, The doctor, Fauci quote, manufactured And shipped Corona viruses to Wuhan, China. Stand clear, has been criticized in the past for its far right views and programming decisions.
States Brace for Changes to $600-a-Week Unemployment Benefits
"Unemployment benefits are about to run out for millions of Americans since the panda Emmick hit cash strapped Americans have fallen behind on more than 100 million loans. If the relief program isn't extended, some grace periods for paying those bills may expire. NBC's Rebecca Jarvis says Republicans have been unable to come to terms on a new stimulus bill. But Republicans are balking at the extra $600 a
"emmick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Double your male news at 11. Good morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews knew this power. Montgomery County School officials are speaking out to explain why they have decided to keep virtual learning in place for all students through the first semester. That aunt in January County health director Dr Travis Gail's the guidance that we provide into the GPS team is rooted in the reality that the numbers have not improved. Overall in our county, as well as the state and the nation to a point where it's safe to have our Children go back to school Superintendent Dr Jack Smith is being pragmatic. No one would have chosen this. No one likes. There are no good options there difficult, hard options for everyone. But he's promising. The county will hit the ground running with a rigorous online program when classes start August 31st. Governor, Larry Hogan will have more to say about the state's guidance on schools later this afternoon, Dr Anthony found, she says, the United States is losing the war with covert 19. We are living right now. To a historic canned Emmick outbreak and we are right now in a situation where we do not see any particular end in sight. Speaking to a medical panel this morning found, she emphasized the finish line is still far away. This is the U. S. Has signed a contract with Visor for delivery in December of the 1st 100 million doses of the vaccine the pharmaceutical company is working to develop, the US could buy another half 1,000,000,000 doses. Under the agreement, it's part of President Trump's Operation Warp Speed Program. Frederick County Lawmakers today will formally received the results of a long awaited audit of the counties to 87 G program, which allows the county to turn illegal immigrant criminal suspect over to federal immigration authorities. Sheriff Chuck Jenkins has seen the results of the audit, and he's pleased the entire 2 80 70 program is exactly 6/10 of 1% of the detention center budget to remove criminal aliens from our streets and have them deported out of this country. Some lawmakers had Ordered the audit in hopes of showing it's an inefficient financial drain on the county social distancing guidelines of force. Georgetown University's who severely limit the number of students and activities on campus this coming year, so the school is giving 10% tuition discounts to those who will not be living on campus and housing and dining discounts to those who will, citing the shorter than normal semester. On campus students, mostly freshmen will be living alone, but they'll be charged lower cost double occupancy rates for their dorm rooms. If you spend any time at all outside this morning, you could feel.
"emmick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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