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Omicron wave leaves US food banks scrambling for volunteers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Omicron wave leaves US food banks scrambling for volunteers

"The the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron way way way way believes believes believes believes food food food food banks banks banks banks across across across across the the the the country country country country scrambling scrambling scrambling scrambling for for for for volunteers volunteers volunteers volunteers whether whether whether whether it's it's it's it's individuals individuals individuals individuals unable unable unable unable to to to to come come come come in in in in or or or or companies companies companies companies in in in in school school school school supplying supplying supplying supplying large large large large groups groups groups groups that that that that canceled canceled canceled canceled the the the the end end end end result result result result in in in in many many many many cases cases cases cases has has has has been been been been a a a a serious serious serious serious increase increase increase increase in in in in spending spending spending spending by by by by food food food food banks banks banks banks at at at at a a a a time time time time when when when when they're they're they're they're already already already already dealing dealing dealing dealing with with with with higher higher higher higher food food food food costs costs costs costs due due due due to to to to inflation inflation inflation inflation and and and and supply supply supply supply chain chain chain chain issues issues issues issues volunteers volunteers volunteers volunteers were were were were how how how how they they they they kept kept kept kept costs costs costs costs down down down down the the the the extent extent extent extent of of of of the the the the problem problem problem problem highlighted highlighted highlighted highlighted on on on on MLK MLK MLK MLK day day day day when when when when many many many many food food food food banks banks banks banks have have have have traditionally traditionally traditionally traditionally organized organized organized organized mass mass mass mass volunteer volunteer volunteer volunteer drives drives drives drives but but but but some some some some have have have have to to to to pare pare pare pare down down down down others others others others completely completely completely completely canceled canceled canceled canceled I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Van Jones Issues Red Wave Warning for Democrats

The Larry Elder Show

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

Van Jones Issues Red Wave Warning for Democrats

US faces wave of omicron deaths in coming weeks, models say

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 6 d ago

US faces wave of omicron deaths in coming weeks, models say

"U. U. S. S. deaths deaths recorded recorded nineteen nineteen are are rising rising amid amid a a wave wave of of Omicron Omicron infections infections health health experts experts say say they're they're finding finding it it difficult difficult to to convey convey how how the the latest latest wave wave will will still still take take so so many many lives lives when when signs signs indicate indicate the the Omicron Omicron variant variant causes causes milder milder disease disease on on average average Dr Dr Tadros Tadros get get braces braces is is the the head head of of the the World World Health Health Organization Organization make make no no mistake mistake only only chrome chrome is is closing closing hospitalizations hospitalizations and and as as in in the the U. U. S. S. the the seven seven day day rolling rolling average average for for daily daily covert covert nineteen nineteen deaths deaths is is back back up up to to seventeen seventeen hundred hundred with with new new cases cases still still soaring soaring in in many many states states combined combined models models from from Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State State University University forecasted forecasted a a wave wave of of deaths deaths is is headed headed for for the the U. U. S. S. cresting cresting in in late late January January or or early early February February with with a a projected projected one one point point five five million million Americans Americans hospitalized hospitalized and and over over a a hundred hundred ninety ninety thousand thousand dying dying from from mid mid December December through through mid mid March March fifty fifty thousand thousand to to three three hundred hundred thousand thousand more more Americans Americans could could die die by by the the time time it it subsides subsides this this spring spring called called the the deaths deaths among among nursing nursing home home residents residents started started rising rising two two weeks weeks ago ago but but thanks thanks to to vaccines vaccines it's it's at at a a rate rate ten ten times times less less than than last last year year I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Flights sent to assess Tonga damage after volcanic eruption

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Flights sent to assess Tonga damage after volcanic eruption

"New New Zealand Zealand and and Australia Australia the the sending sending military military surveillance surveillance flights flights to to Tonga Tonga to to assess assess the the damage damage a a huge huge undersea undersea volcanic volcanic eruption eruption left left in in the the Pacific Pacific island island nation nation a a towering towering ash ash cloud cloud since since Saturday's Saturday's a a rupture rupture has has prevented prevented earlier earlier flights flights New New Zealand Zealand hopes hopes to to send send essential essential supplies supplies including including much much needed needed drinking drinking water water but but communications communications with with Tonga Tonga remain remain extremely extremely limited limited the the company company that that owns owns the the single single underwater underwater fiber fiber optic optic cable cable that that connects connects the the island island nation nation to to the the rest rest of of the the world world says says it's it's likely likely to to be be severed severed in in the the eruption eruption and and repairs repairs could could take take weeks weeks tsunami tsunami waves waves of of around around two two point point seven seven feet feet high high but but crashed crashed into into Tonga Tonga shoreline shoreline no no casualties casualties have have been been reported reported so so far far although although that that concerns concerns about about people people on on small small islands islands I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Volcano erupts in Pacific, islanders rush to escape tsunami

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Volcano erupts in Pacific, islanders rush to escape tsunami

"An an undersea undersea volcano volcano near near the the islands islands of of Tonga Tonga has has erupted erupted it's it's triggering triggering a a tsunami tsunami the the Pacific Pacific nation nation of of Tonga Tonga was was inundated inundated with with large large tsunami tsunami waves waves as as residents residents rushed rushed to to higher higher grounds grounds video video posted posted to to social social media media showed showed the the way way swirling swirling around around homes homes and and buildings buildings in in coastal coastal areas areas communication communication with with the the small small island island nation nation has has been been problematic problematic which which is is restricted restricted information information to to come come through through on on injuries injuries and and the the extent extent of of the the damage damage however however needs needs even even spinach spinach he he said said it it was was monitoring monitoring the the situation situation and and remained remained on on standby standby ready ready to to assist assist a a fost fost I'm I'm Karen Karen Thomas Thomas

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Israel says 500K have received 4th vaccine dose

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Israel says 500K have received 4th vaccine dose

"Israel's Israel's health health ministry ministry says says it it started started a a fourth fourth vaccine vaccine drive drive for for five five hundred hundred thousand thousand people people Israel Israel the the guided guided ministering ministering second second boosters boosters to to the the most most vulnerable vulnerable lost lost month month later later offering offering them them to to everyone everyone over over sixty sixty authorities authorities hope hope the the additional additional jobs jobs will will belong belong to to a a wave wave of of infections infections driven driven by by the the Omicron Omicron variant variant health health ministry ministry figures figures show show Israel Israel currently currently has has some some two two sixty sixty thousand thousand active active cases cases but but under under three three hundred hundred listed listed as as seriously seriously ill ill far far fewer fewer than than during during previous previous waves waves Israel Israel was was among among the the first first countries countries to to rollout rollout vaccines vaccines a a year year ago ago and and began began widely widely offering offering for for those those whose whose last last summer summer to to help help contain contain the the delta delta variant variant I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Joe Biden Didn't Help Himself With Atlanta Speech

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | Last week

Joe Biden Didn't Help Himself With Atlanta Speech

"Put Joe Biden's approval rating at 33%. Four points lower than Donald Trump ever got. He's heading into Nixon at resignation land. And I know those numbers well, because I used to run the Nixon library. And I don't think he helped himself. Do you? Joe talent? No. Absolutely not. Look, if I wanted to infer a rational, politically rational motive, which I'm not sure I should do, because I'm not sure they're acting rationally at this stage. I would say they're looking at numbers and they're losing parts of their own base. Their own voters. And so they're trying to motivate their own voters are demotivated. So they're trying to motivate them by going out and waving these bloody shirts all over the place. Now the problem with that you and the reason why that's not going to work and will make it worse among other things is that they're going to fail. This is not going to work. And

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Biden, Fauci Complain About the Unvaccinated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | Last week

Biden, Fauci Complain About the Unvaccinated

"Yesterday was a remake of grumpy old men with President Biden and Doctor Fauci playing and reprising the roles of water math out and Jack Lemmon yelling at us. Just yelling at us and going off the rails in both cases, or do I overstate it? No, I don't think you do. I'm more worried about Biden because he's going to be running the entire executive branch for the next couple of years or at least until his ticker keeps keeps beating. Fauci, I feel like he's less of a figure in this. I feel like Americans are kind of evolving past this omicron is different from past waves. I'm not saying it's nothing to worry about. It's a really super duper contagious, but for most if you're vaccinated and boosted, this is going to be a cold. This is going to be worse this is turning to a bad flu season. And that's pretty manageable. Now, unfortunately, we've got both by the way. I checked the numbers this morning. We're beyond 86% of U.S. adults who have at least one shot. Okay. So I feel like I want to hear Biden and Fauci stop complaining about the

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Amid Djokovic backlash, Australia grapples with omicron wave

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Amid Djokovic backlash, Australia grapples with omicron wave

"Australia Australia is is grappling grappling with with an an all all macron macron wave wave then then you you could could have have our our spirit spirit who who swept swept across across Australia Australia despite despite his his high high vaccination vaccination rate rate and and strict strict border border policies policies that that kept kept the the country country largely largely sealed sealed off off from from the the world world for for almost almost two two years years those those measures measures which which in in turn turn Australia Australia into into a a virtually virtually Kobe Kobe free free utopia utopia have have gone gone up up for for scrutiny scrutiny as as the the government government has has battled battled to to deport deport unvaccinated unvaccinated tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic the the head head of of the the Australian Australian Open Open and and they they prompted prompted questions questions from from frustrated frustrated and and fatigued fatigued Australians Australians about about why why that that country country which which seemingly seemingly did did everything everything to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the virus virus now now found found itself itself infested infested with with it it officially officially that that more more than than six six hundred hundred thousand thousand active active cases cases across across Australia's Australia's population population of of twenty twenty six six million million though though experts experts believe believe the the actual actual number number is is far far higher higher I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month

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Omicron may be headed for a rapid drop in US and Britain

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Omicron may be headed for a rapid drop in US and Britain

"The the Omicron Omicron surge surge may may be be headed headed for for a a rapid rapid drop drop in in the the US US and and Britain Britain the the very very it it has has proved proved so so contagious contagious that that just just a a month month and and a a half half after after the the first first cases cases were were detected detected in in the the UK UK and and the the United United States States it's it's running running out out of of people people to to in in fact fact scientists scientists say say there there are are signs signs that that Britain's Britain's wave wave of of new new daily daily coronavirus coronavirus infections infections is is dropping dropping from from a a record record peak peak and and is is about about to to do do the the same same in in the the United United States States models models from from the the university university of of Texas Texas predict predict daily daily cases cases in in the the U. U. S. S. question question this this week week well well the the university university of of Washington's Washington's model model projects projects cases cases will will peak peak by by January January nineteenth nineteenth and and then then fall fall sharply sharply much much like like what what happened happened in in South South Africa Africa even even with with the the drop drop off off could could be be destined destined pressure pressure on on hospitals hospitals will will continue continue for for weeks weeks and and experts experts warn warn that that much much is is still still uncertain uncertain about about the the next next phase phase of of the the pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Poland hits grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Poland hits grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19

"Putin's Putin's become become the the latest latest European European nation nation to to reach reach the the grim grim milestone milestone of of one one hundred hundred thousand thousand deaths deaths related related to to the the coronavirus coronavirus opponents opponents health health minister minister says says four four hundred hundred ninety ninety three three deaths deaths of of people people with with COPD COPD nineteen nineteen who's who's being being registered registered in in the the past past twenty twenty four four appeared appeared pushing pushing the the death death toll toll to to over over one one hundred hundred thousand thousand the the vast vast majority majority of of the the deaths deaths are are among among people people who who hadn't hadn't been been vaccinated vaccinated found found nearly nearly a a quarter quarter of of those those deaths deaths some some twenty twenty four four thousand thousand because because in in the the most most recent recent wave wave of of infection infection the the began began October October appeared appeared in in which which vaccines vaccines have have been been widely widely available available in in the the E. E. U. U. nation nation and and now now joins joins Italy Italy Britain Britain France France and and Germany Germany as as as as European European nations nations that that have have recorded recorded one one hundred hundred thousand thousand deaths deaths I'm I'm Charles Charles last last month month

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As omicron spreads, Europe scrambles to shore up health care

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

As omicron spreads, Europe scrambles to shore up health care

"The the issues issues across across Europe Europe the the scrambling scrambling to to prop prop up up health health systems systems straight straight by by stock stock shortages shortages label label new new highly highly transmissible transmissible only only chrome chrome variant variant of of the the coronavirus coronavirus troops troops to to be be deployed deployed to to London London hospitals hospitals health health care care workers workers infected infected with with Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen a a treating treating patients patients in in France France the the Netherlands Netherlands is is on on to to a a lockdown lockdown and and ten ten to to two two field field hospitals hospitals have have gone gone up up in in Sicily Sicily the the medical medical director director of of Britain's Britain's National National Health Health Service Service says says the the wave wave of of infections infections crashing crashing over over the the continent continent as as overcome overcome spreads spreads means means more more patients patients to to treat treat the the fewest fewest off off to to treat treat them them the the head head of of a a hospital hospital doctors doctors association association in in Naples Naples Italy Italy says says the the situation situation is is critical critical much much worse worse than than what what it it appears appears I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's my my

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After pardon from governor, McCloskeys want their guns back

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

After pardon from governor, McCloskeys want their guns back

"The the prominent prominent Saint Saint Louis Louis couple couple who who waved waved guns guns at at racial racial injustice injustice protesters protesters are are now now suing suing to to get get their their weapons weapons back back soon soon after after they they pleaded pleaded guilty guilty to to misdemeanor misdemeanor charges charges attorneys attorneys mark mark and and Patricia Patricia McCloskey McCloskey were were pardoned pardoned by by Missouri's Missouri's governor governor the the St St Louis Louis post post dispatch dispatch quotes quotes a a city city official official who who says says the the weapons weapons have have not not yet yet been been destroyed destroyed mark mark McCloskey McCloskey was was running running for for the the U. U. S. S. Senate Senate told told a a judge judge he he believes believes the the pardons pardons entitle entitle the the couple couple to to get get their their weapons weapons back back and and get get a a refund refund of of their their fines fines during during the the protests protests that that followed followed the the death death of of George George Floyd Floyd the the McCloskey's McCloskey's emerged emerged from from their their homes homes saying saying they they felt felt threatened threatened he he had had an an A. A. R. R. fifteen fifteen style style rifle rifle she she waved waved a a semi semi automatic automatic pistol pistol I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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"first wave" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"first wave" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"While white ambassadors may drift toward more radical expressions of Christian nationalism following January 6th, the shocking footage and scrutiny toward such views may be causing a larger portion of Americans to draw sharper distinctions between the religious and political spheres. Second, leaders who leverage reactionary religious rhetoric for political gain can be confronted, deplatforming Trump and just this weekend, Marjorie Taylor Greene were positive steps because studies show deep platforming such actors can be effective. But Trump's prominent evangelical allies, like Robert jeffress, surrogates like Michael Flynn and other political disciples like Josh mandel and Lauren bobert continued to spout Christian nationalist rhetoric and conspiratorial propaganda to millions, given the potential success of deplatforming, we must find additional avenues through which we can directly confront the explicit threat of white Christian nationalism in our politics and our congregations. Yet we must also remember that the enemy isn't religion, deeply religious citizens, or even the influence of religion on American politics. The vast majority of Americans are religious, Christian, in fact, the most devout of these Americans love their neighbors enrich their communities and value liberal democracy. Rather than denounce any trace of religion and politics, we think it better to amplify the kind of religious expression that accomplishes democratic goals. Americans are right to be concerned about the threat of religious violence from an ethno religious subculture that's growing increasingly isolated and paranoid. But that group remains the minority, and they can be confronted with a sacred commitment decreed that at their best unite all Americans regardless of ethnic or religious identity, legal equality, full democratic representation, freedom of speech, and of course. Religious freedom for all..

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"first wave" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"first wave" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Within that time, the percentage of white ambassadors who felt the rioters should be prosecuted, dropped over 22 points from 76.3% to 54.2%. Even more striking, the percentage of white ambassadors who said they stood on the side of the rioters doubled from 13.6% to over 27%. Why did these white Christian nationalists start to identify more with the rioters? Our August 2021 survey suggests several reasons. First is loyalty to Trump, nearly 92% of white ambassadors voted for him in 2020, and compared to roughly 36% of Americans who believe the presidential election was stolen from Trump, nearly two and a half times that percentage of white ambassadors 86% held this view in August. But why are they still so convinced the election was a sham, and several studies we and other scholars have shown that Christian nationalism seems to incline white Americans toward baseless, conspiracy theories. For example, in our August 2021 data, we find that half of white ambassadors believe falsely, that the COVID-19 vaccines have themselves killed hundreds of people. And less than one third were willing to reject the outrageous QAnon conspiracy about government elites running a Satan worshiping pedophile sex trafficking ring. Just as disturbing, white Christian nationalists are also isolating themselves within more homogeneous social groups. New experimental research shows that the more right-wing Americans isolate themselves within communities, who only share their moral worldviews, the more they express radical intentions and a willingness to fight or die for their group. Add to this the fact that white Americans who subscribe to Christian nationalism are not only increasingly getting their news from certain platforms and right wing news sources, but they are believing the narratives being shared. Which narratives you ask? Among the central unifying narratives within white Christian nationalist ideology is that of victimization. It's not just due to demographic transitions that their clear electoral majority is no longer a given, though research shows the threat of immigration and minority status does make whites more Christian nationalist. It's that they genuinely believe they are persecuted. In our August survey, we gave Americans a list of social groups and asked them to pick which group faces the most discrimination these days. Nearly 76% of white ambassadors said that either whites or Christians faced the most discrimination. But what's most troubling is where this could all lead, the trends we cited above show that white Americans who subscribed to Christian nationalism are warming up to the attempted insurrection, but does this portend more political violence? We think it could. In our August 2021 survey, we found roughly 46% of white ambassadors agree, there is a storm coming soon that will sweep away elites in power and restore rightful leaders, and 40% agreed things have gotten so far off track in our country that true American patriots may have to resort to physical violence in order to save our country. Other polls report similar findings. For example, in their September 2021 survey, the public religion research institute found that roughly one third of whites who believe God granted America a special role in human history, completely agreed that patriotic violence may be necessary to save the nation. Another poll shows a greater comfort with the use of force to achieve political ends among political conservatives. But there is reason for hope. First, multiple polling firms like Pew Research Center and pri, are documenting that overt support for Christian nationalist views is declining in the general population..

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"first wave" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"first wave" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"January 6th may have been only the first wave of Christian nationalist violence by Samuel L Perry and Andrew Whitehead, Perry is an associate Professor of sociology at the university of Oklahoma, Whitehead is an associate Professor of sociology at Indiana University Purdue university Indianapolis. They co authored the book taking America back for God, Christian nationalism in the United States, which won the 2021 distinguished book award from the society for the scientific study of religion. A year after the horrifying violence at the capitol on January 6th, 2021, a simple partisan storyline crowds at a central driver behind the events. Most media are understandably tracking the January 6 commission and Trump's Republican accomplices, and many pollsters have focused on the growing partisan divides regarding Trump's role in the events, or whether rioters should be prosecuted. Largely forgotten, unless we look back at countless photos and footage of the violence, are the Christian banners and flags the wooden crosses the impromptu praise and worship sessions. The Jesus saves signs, the Christian t-shirts, and the infamous corporate prayer in Jesus name in the Senate chamber. Having stormed the sanctum of American democracy, the kuhnen shaman thanked God for filling this chamber with patriots that love you and that love Christ, allowing them to send a message to their enemies that this is our nation, not theirs. We are forgetting that January 6th was very much a religious event white Christian nationalism on display. We must remember that fact, because evidence is mounting that white Christian nationalism can provide the theological cover for more events like it. For several years, we've measured Christian nationalist ideology by asking Americans a series of questions like whether they believed the government should declare the U.S. a Christian nation, or whether they reject the separation of church and state, or whether they think America's success is part of God's plan. We call those who score roughly in the top 20% of our scale, ambassadors of Christian nationalism. They are the true believers. That is around 30 million adults, and our recent findings suggest they're growing more accepting of the insurrection on January 6th. In February 2021, we asked Americans for their thoughts about the capitol riots. Then we queried those same Americans 7 months later in August to see how their views shifted..

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Is There Any Good News at All on Omicron? Yes!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Is There Any Good News at All on Omicron? Yes!

"A lot of people are going to get COVID. A lot of people are getting COVID. But the good news is, we could be in for a short ride. Here's cut number 6. Doctor Scott gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner on she NBC yesterday. There's so much confusion and so much unknown about what to do with this point. What do you tell people? What do you tell schools? What do you tell parents? You know, the first thing I'd say is that we've said this before. So I appreciate there's diminished credibility, but this is not going to last very long. We're going to be in the throes of this wave of infection. For maybe a month here in the northeast, I think you're going to see infections peak out within the next two weeks. So hopefully New York City does find a peak within the next two weeks. London, which is about two to three weeks behind New York City, has already peaked. There's probably on the way down. So this is a very fast moving wave of infection on the back end of this. Hopefully we're done with COVID for a while. We'll have enough immune population between vaccination or infections. So we really need to get through this month. Can I get your reaction to the news that communities are literally discriminating against white people, giving prefer and the argument is, well, people of color have a greater vulnerability to COVID than white people. What? Really?

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FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges

"The the federal federal government government is is moving moving a a step step closer closer to to expanding expanding cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for more more Americans Americans boosters boosters are are already already recommended recommended for for everyone everyone sixteen sixteen and and older older and and the the food food and and drug drug administration administration now now says says they're they're also also warranted warranted for for twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen year year olds olds regulators regulators say say kids kids of of those those agents agents can can get get a a booster booster as as early early as as five five months months after after their their last last dose dose rather rather than than six six months months the the CDC CDC is is expected expected to to rule rule later later this this week week on on whether whether to to recommend recommend that that while while Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen tends tends to to cause cause less less severe severe illness illness in in children children child child hospitalizations hospitalizations have have been been rising rising during during the the Omicron Omicron wave wave mostly mostly among among the the unvaccinated unvaccinated Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Taking a step back: US colleges returning to online classes

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Taking a step back: US colleges returning to online classes

"With with covert covert cases cases surging surging dozens dozens of of US US colleges colleges are are moving moving classes classes online online again again for for at at least least the the first first week week or or so so of of the the semester semester someone someone it it could could stretch stretch longer longer if if the the wave wave of of infection infection doesn't doesn't subside subside soon soon Harvard Harvard says says a a return return to to campus campus is is scheduled scheduled for for late late January January conditions conditions permitting permitting the the university university of of Chicago Chicago is is delaying delaying for for two two weeks weeks some some others others are are inviting inviting students students back back to to campus campus but but starting starting classes classes online online including including Michigan Michigan State State University University many many colleges colleges open open extra extra week week or or two two will will get get them them past past the the peak peak of of the the nationwide nationwide spike spike driven driven by by the the highly highly contagious contagious Omicron Omicron variant variant still still the the surges surges casting casting uncertainty uncertainty over over semester semester many many had had hoped hoped would would be be the the closest closest to to normal normal since since the the start start of of the the pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Wave of canceled flights from omicron closes out 2021

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Wave of canceled flights from omicron closes out 2021

"The the year's year's final final day day is is frustrating frustrating more more air air travelers travelers with with hundreds hundreds more more flights flights scrapped scrapped by by mid mid day day on on the the east east coast coast flight flight aware aware tracked tracked more more than than thirteen thirteen hundred hundred canceled canceled in in the the US US alone alone pushing pushing the the total total since since Christmas Christmas Eve Eve above above nine nine thousand thousand the the disruptions disruptions are are expected expected to to inconvenience inconvenience hundreds hundreds of of thousands thousands more more travelers travelers through through the the holiday holiday weekend weekend while while wintry wintry weather weather in in some some places places is is not not helping helping airlines airlines are are also also citing citing crew crew shortages shortages due due to to cold cold at at nineteen nineteen Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins university's university's tally tally shows shows the the seven seven day day rolling rolling average average of of new new cases cases is is now now above above three three hundred hundred fifty fifty thousand thousand nearly nearly triple triple the the rate rate just just two two weeks weeks ago ago Sager Sager bank bank ani ani Washington Washington

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US unemployment claims drop to 198,000

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

US unemployment claims drop to 198,000

"Jobless jobless claims claims in in the the U. U. S. S. drop drop to to a a fifty fifty two two year year low low it's it's more more evidence evidence the the job job market market remains remains strong strong as as the the economy economy recovers recovers from from last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession the the labor labor department department says says unemployment unemployment claims claims dropped dropped by by eight eight thousand thousand last last week week two two hundred hundred ninety ninety eight eight thousand thousand the the four four week week average average is is the the lowest lowest since since October October nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine the the number number suggests suggests the the fast fast spreading spreading Omicron Omicron very very it it has has yet yet to to trigger trigger a a wave wave of of layoffs layoffs just just over over one one point point seven seven million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting unemployment unemployment benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended December December eighteenth eighteenth that's that's down down by by a a hundred hundred and and forty forty thousand thousand from from the the week week before before weekly weekly claims claims have have fallen fallen steadily steadily for for most most of of the the year year the the unemployment unemployment rate rate has has fallen fallen to to four four point point two two percent percent and and employers employers are are reluctant reluctant to to let let workers workers go go at at a a time time when when it's it's so so tough tough to to find find replacements replacements Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington jobless jobless claims claims in in the the U. U. S. S. drop drop to to a a fifty fifty two two year year low low it's it's more more evidence evidence the the job job market market remains remains strong strong as as the the economy economy recovers recovers from from last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession the the labor labor department department says says unemployment unemployment claims claims dropped dropped by by eight eight thousand thousand last last week week two two hundred hundred ninety ninety eight eight thousand thousand the the four four week week average average is is the the lowest lowest since since October October nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine the the number number suggests suggests the the fast fast spreading spreading Omicron Omicron very very it it has has yet yet to to trigger trigger a a wave wave of of layoffs layoffs just just over over one one point point seven seven million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting unemployment unemployment benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended December December eighteenth eighteenth that's that's

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"first wave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"first wave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"License in all 50 states and MLS consumer access to our number, 30 back to the roads and the rain right now pretty intense rain falling in Boston. The superb retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, Kevin getting nasty out there. Yeah, that rain really coming down a lot of areas right now. Some areas heavier than others. So use locks. Lots of extra caution. Keep those speeds down. And remember if those wipers are on those lights should beyond as well. Now we've got slowdowns up to the north here. 1 28 southbound delays out of Wakefield getting by route 1 29 down past route 28 in reading 93. So, um, not too bad now getting all the way down to the Lower deck and onto the Zika Bridge. In fact, everybody downtown is looking pretty good. Even that lever down, wrap getting down to stare. Oh, drives. Okay. The river roads, Airport tunnels Pretty much wide open Expressway North found just getting heavier here. Delays here from just about Adams Street, Quincy getting all the way up past the pontiff. You've got a little running room You're running against Savin Hill, The Columbia road out bounds locked up quite heavily from Mass Avenue down through Savin Hill. 95 southbound watch out for reported crash here after Route one in that Sharon stretch 1 28 North bounce tied up here before Route 16 to Newton all the way up to work crews taken out of lane after the Mass pike. This report sponsored by Express pros, calm now is the time to get a new job. Express employment professionals never charged job seekers of fee and has more than 35,000 job openings with high demand and construction, driving, logistics and administrative jobs. Find a location near you would express pros dot com or on the express jobs. App. Kevin Brennan. WB's ease traffic on the threes. All right, let's get right to the meteorologist on duty. Dean Devore boy. It got pretty intense quickly, didn't it? Yeah, this first wave. It was really intense.

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"first wave" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

08:16 min | 9 months ago

"first wave" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

"And don't worry about your biologic. Of course we're a bit more about the methotrexate I'm a two weaker to wait from you know from the time i like two weeks as well Yeah so just take the first what you can get your hands on we. We did send out a follow up survey and and when we knew that the first vaccine was approved in canada and this is early on things may change now. But i'm not going to. I don't think going to investigate whether At this time Whether they have a preference because of the misinformation with a different types of vaccines and the vascular difficulties too very rare basket basketballer difficulties. That have that. Have that have occurred. bike we sent out another vaccine. We sent out at this time. We sent out five hundred and five hundred and sixty of them for some reason or numbers. Went down a little bit Maybe we had a back from some of the address Some of the email addresses and we asked them if they were going to take the kobe. Nineteen vaccine or the corona virus vaccine. Which is really what it is so we sent out about five hundred sixty about seventy five of them said nope not taking it. I had a guy today. He goes doctor vendor no way no how i taking any vaccine i do not take vaccines and then we have other people that say. I want to wait a little bit more to see how things go i said. Well there's seventeen million that vaccines. Would you be happy and eighteen million. Or what number are you happy with. And he's like. I don't know we had about what we had half of them. How about a more than half of the patients said that they would take they would take the vaccine and only half no seventy five about seventy five out of five hundred sixty patients said they would not take our liberty five. Okay so this yeah. Yeah we like being said yeah they would so are after they would take it. Okay so so. Twenty percent will be won't take it because they don't need it or for whatever reason and you know eighty percent of people take it now. This was early on. This was before the big. This was before the the delay of the of of the dosing this before the as z. a. Oh sorry as bad. And j j. potential adverse event. That occurred that made the this. This may change now. It's very simple to send out another one. I seem to have good responses. Will you seem to have a collection of people. That probably have been in biologics for some time. You've spoken to more than once and and that bit about backseat hesitancy. This the way around. It is always through a trusted friend. A physician Or call ache so You fit in Trusted friend likely colleague no physician for sure. Because you know we've been looking after these votes for. I mean how many. When did we get the first biologic. It's got to be coming up. Twenty years i think so it. Also you know many of these folks. We've had on medicines for that entire time and they've been in our practices so so you do develop a friendship and certainly trust you because these drugs themselves were new right and they were first immunosuppressive. We have to worry about infection. And now they're sophisticated enough that i'm not sure that talking about the side effect profile. These madison's is is something that we really need to do very much of. I don't wanna be live about it. But and i do make those discussions. But it's a lot less intensive discussion than it was in two thousand and five thousand absolutely absolutely and i still think that patients on biologics and a lot of times we're asked you know do would you hesitate in using or starting biologic during this pandemic and knowing what you know and actually based on what i know. I'm actually more excited. And feel that. I would like to start more patients on it knowing to the potential scientific benefits that these biologics could have on unproven of course but it seems that these from even from early early part of the pandemic in march when an article was released on the a cases in new york that found that the majority of the patients that were on biologics remained ambulatory and not hospitalize and those that were on systemic. Like methotrexate and jack inhibitors. Which we don't use in a foreskin psoriasis. We do use for psoriatic arthritis but not skins arises but in terms of the biologics. That we use for skin psoriasis. We found that These patients remain more. Ambulatory may remain a symptomatic in usually do not have a prolonged or more protracted course or more severe courson and are not more prone to getting cove nineteen and as we know. That's likely because of its effect on the side of kind storm that we love to use that term. We love to use the storm the site or well and the other thing says their psoriasis is better yeah reduces inflammation and all those sorts of things. We discussed As well and it's been it's been an adventure learning about all this end the ideas with regard to If we can get the inflammation down we get people under control instead of going in having thirty forty fifty percent body surface area involvement. They have nothing you can't it just makes common sense that they're going to do better with other illnesses. I just can't imagine that that wouldn't be the case so it has it has to be. I mean we're. We're seeing this overall. And i tried to explain to the patient that their immune system is not being lowered and i think that we are getting questions now at least here in ontario as their patients are not trying to. But it's almost like a little fight for the vaccine isn't it how. How can i get the vaccine earlier for those that. Want to get the vaccine. Maybe that's reminiscent of the of the food lines that happen during world war. Two or something you know how can i. How can i get in in. We find that in this in this in this world that bypassing or going to the front of the line has very severe consequences at this is not to be fooled with and has As we say front page of the of the newspaper isn't it and we always say front page of the globe and mail. All the time isn't that isn't that true. Always say never national poster. It's always in front page of the global mail only or canada so the front page of the national post. But you know they. You don't wanna you don't wanna bypass the line but patients are calling in saying since i'm on an immunosuppressant would qualify to get the vaccine earlier..

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"first wave" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

08:20 min | 9 months ago

"first wave" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

"Way. And so whether they had the type one inflammatory or the or the type to vascular and they recognize patients. I don't think really understand. But they know when they hop rashes or spots that come up that something may be wrong and they go to get tested they wanna know themselves but if they symtomatic but i think that they may not realize that they're doing it for somebody else. It's really to protect other people and to stop this type of of outbreak to happen and to protect their family members. I i'm not really sure. Patients truly realized that. That's that's what they're really doing well in my practice. What i've seen is a lot of family doctor setting in photographs and it's often of this. What you and. I would have called a viral example. You have to say yeah. Yeah yeah this is probably viral anthem. Medication history that sort of thing but at the end of the story. I'm always say well. What's a covert test. you know. They should really go for a cova test. And and i. As i'm saying that i'm thinking to myself man my over calling this but i guess in the in the in the sense of this pandemic with rising cases i'm not but your point You know it it. I should prefaces with listen. If these people want to protect others in their family. This should really go get test diagnostically. It's not important so exactly. And i think that you know it's important now for finding subtypes and variants and and so forth for for study purposes to see how things are going and see if you're a superspreader or not but i think that that dermatologist In at least in community practice are seeing less and less of this probably because they family practitioners are recognizing more and more but it was the dermatologist that realized that this was a manifestation of early covert. It wasn't just fever it wasn't just shortness of breath at it wasn't a just a general malaise but it was this type of a either more macular pappy rash morvillo former eruption or vascular lesions. That occurred and i'm not aware that this was associated with any worst prognosis. Either which is which is good. Okay so we have these people with their rashes in we get called about go. Get your covert deaths. And now we're talking about vaccine. And i wanted to take a bit because you've put a couple of other really nice pieces together about this. Pandemic related to your group is rises patients and related to their thoughts on vaccination and i. I know it's off topic but we published it is. We're gonna publish more from you on this. So maybe you could enlighten us. Give us a bit of heads up on what you've discovered in this population of story addicts. That are on biologic therapy. And what what's their thought on vaccination and the voice of these of this illness so as we know vaccination which has been a difficult out in in canada although we you know we certainly compared to other countries however vaccination is key patients need to get vaccinated. It's not mandatory. However i i'm not sure what prompted me to investigate. This was patients confusion so before the vaccine came out and we knew vaccine was going to come out and we knew we thought scientifically these were going to be killed vaccines. I remember telling patients and this became a confusion that started with the zoster. Vaccine that it was a a live attenuated vaccine and patients. We told them. Do not get do. Not get the vaccine of the shingles. Unless you're off your biologic it'll work better And so forth and then. The newer killed vaccine. The newer generation killed vaccine came out and then patients says while i can't get the shingles vaccine are so now you can. I thought you couldn't. Then they got very very confused. So what prompted is is i i we had. I had permission from all my patients that we were able to obtain email addresses early in the pandemic new to the virtual nature of the visits. Is that we had consent to be able to send them notices and to send them a questionnaires. They had consented to that. And so i did. A in my. Emr of patients the early time that we had email addresses. Now i i recently checked my earmarked for the total number of patients that have in myanmar for all diseases. And also the total number of psoriasis. Patients i had now. I thought i had a lot of psoriasis patients and i i guess i do and i asked another colleague. I said how many's rises someone. Who deals deals a lot with horizon. Biologic i said how many biologic patients do you think you have. And she answered. I don't know maybe like three thousand. I said i think you have to have more than that. And and i served my art. And i found out i had thirty seven hundred or so. The psoriasis patients. And i'm like. I really thought i had more than that. Because we see people over and over so i was thinking you know maybe we had more so three thousand over. Three thousand seven hundred distinct. Now this was early aren't we didn't have everybody's email addresses so at that time we had six hundred sixty one. It patients with email addresses is is what we had and we sent them a google forms type of survey something very very easy and you know we just ask them. You know what's the bottom line like you know you know what a live vaccine. Is you know what a killed vaccine is if you can take alive or kill vaccine and then sorta to get an idea. We had a patient that we wanted to have a control group. So those were the non biologics non biologics so we looked at biologics and non violent. We were able to to to separate them because we sent them out at times and so we didn't we weren't we didn't have to to data mining and get the to find out what they were on and we asked if they got a flu shot or not and When you when you look at the the study group is when you look at the study group. And the control group of of psoriasis. And not at didn't seem to matter if they were on biologics or not. We thought that maybe a biologic patient with things because of increase upper respiratory tract infection. Which you to talk about later we can because. I'm not really sure that we're going to see as much of that as we thought we did. In in the clinical studies right in the clinical studies always upper you are ti and nato pharyngitis is number one. I think that's gonna be decreased but we we see this patient of those biologics not biologics sixty percent of them said that they don't even get the flu shot and no reason given we didn't need a reason and whether they were on biologics whether they're on biologics or not and then we asked. Did you understand the difference between live in killed vaccines and we had. We had about about twenty five percent of all respondents. Just were really unsure. They were really really unsure and those that said yes. You know i do understand. That was the that was the control group and about thirty percent of them said yet. I i know what a what a What alive at a killed vaccine. And i know the difference and then and then and then you took the biologic patients and they said more of them said yes. I know the difference because you would assume that they would have been educated by the dermatologist. Which happened to be me. The difference between a live in a killed vaccine. 'cause i would say okay. You can take the flu vaccine. It's killed.

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"first wave" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

06:05 min | 9 months ago

"first wave" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

"This podcast is supported by an educational grant. By bausch health made available through the cd. A corporate support program dermatology was at the forefront of recognizing this new disease that has changed our lives and again we learned that the skin is really the window to. What's going on inside. Well that's dr. Ron vendor the founder and director dermot trials research inc. bender innovations in psoriasis. He's our guest in this episode of jason author interviews. I'm your host kurt. Farber an editor in chief of the journal cutaneous medicine and surgery. I'm a clinical professor of medicine at the university calgary today we're going to be discussing An article on covid nineteen lessons from the first wave of the pandemic skin features of covert nineteen. It can be divided into amador and vascular patterns that gardner bender and his co author published in our march april. Twenty one issue. Now i'm also going to ask dr vendor to help us understand and upcoming article. His related to his survey of his psoriasis patients with regard vaccination in one of her upcoming issues. I also want to remind you that. This article is available free on the jc events website. Outside of paywall for the next three weeks. So without further ado my interview with dr ron. Welcome to the podcast. And i'm really keen to have this conversation with you. It's always fun kirk. Thank you very much for having me on this podcast. it's i that. I have participated in in terms of speaking listened to to podcasts. So so listen. We're going to look at a couple of articles. All covert related. We've been through the first wave. We've been through the second way we've been through the third wave or go on through it at third way by gas but the drill here is that your article was about the first wave of the pandemic and first few months and i thought that article really put together very succinctly what dermatologists are going to see in patients. That were calvin positive. So what drove you to do this. Where'd you get your information. And what did you find out what prompted the article was the fact that again dermatology was deemed to be very important in almost again at the forefront of recognizing this new disease that have has changed our lives. And what again we learn throughout our at dermatology residency in throughout her career is that the skin is really the the window to what's going on inside and it gives very clue a lot of clues and it allows us to to help patients and friends that may have skin lesions that we can identify. And as i've said many times. Before i believe that dermatologists were really. I think truly a very special type of specialists. Were were the true. I think that true true specialists because when we look at skin lesions that people think it's like a bruise or like a high or like a master papier eruption are the most interesting thing you've ever seen it. We can look at it and say okay. You know this is. This is something vascular that's going on. This is something inflammatory. That's going on and we know that that is not the primary lesions or the primary problem. But maybe there's something going on inside. Maybe there's something that is a clue and it all started off with the covid toes. Didn't it where asians were coming in and saying. Look i have this bruising on my toes i'd never had before and then we dermatologist. Were putting together and say but you know you look so second is address fever and we didn't really know and i think that's when things started to get together and then of course the people over does that had nothing exactly so maybe they had nothing. Maybe they were simply a symptomatic. Maybe they were eliciting this immune response to the initial virus encounter and were the maybe asem dramatic koby patients. We don't really know we. Hopefully it would have been nice to be able to correlate to say that those that had kobe toes we know that they would be asymptomatic but there really was a mix between the two. So it wasn't it. Wasn't that simple but you know this started in february and march when the weather was colder in canada. So you think oh maybe rano have job lanes you know. Maybe that's what it is and then when you talk to the patient and took a history didn't really fit with that so we said hold on. These patients are sick Some of them are sick. And so maybe this is. We're going to call it covid. Titles but we had the advantage of course of of the europeans already. Having experienced a lot of this in we could look at what their experience wasn. But i really like the article. The way separated out the type one and type two. that sort of this is inflammatory versus vascular pattern. That seemed to be the way that things split themselves out now. Is it the same for the second wave. do you think in the same for the third wave it. I think that we're seeing less of this. Now why are we seeing less. This is it we meaning. The dermatologists are tall. Just seeing less of it because family doctors are recognizing emergency personnel recognizing and our being tested more rapidly and more frequently as well. Certainly the public is aware of any kind of fevers or chills or smiled shortness of breath. They're.

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"first wave" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"first wave" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Cultures, different languages different, different. Ways of living. I mean, it's it's Pretty varied Every this is the guy that the Democrat Party Is presenting to the American people as their presidential nominee. And it is well it is. It's I don't know, folks. I just I find it. In a really curious on a whole lot of levels. I have atopic suggestion for the first presidential debate by the way recovery summers. We're in a recovery summer right now, aren't we? We are. We're recovering from the first wave of covert 19. Maybe it's you know, up and down. And we've got a president who was attempting to rebuild the United States economy and the economic news, which we'll get to in just a minute is really good. Reuters tries to make it sound like we are almost finished. As a country. But remember the financial crisis in 2008. Barack Hussein. Oh, gets elected president in 2008 in part because John McCain suspended his campaign. When the financial crisis that, McCain said, you know, it wouldn't be fair for me to keep campaigning during the midst of the financial crisis, So I'm going to suspend my campaign. This is like Trying to get votes or people feeling sympathy for I don't know. But it didn't work. Because Obama didn't suspend his campaign. He kept campaigning and telling everybody what a dotty old guy McCain is. McCain's out there, not knowing what's going on. He's trying to be nice to Obama. He's not letting people mentioned Obama's middle name when they introduce you remember that he had an appearance in Cincinnati. And the guy that introduced McCain starts talking of a Barack Hussein Obama. McCain fired a guy so you don't ever going to appear in any of my rallies. We argue that we don't pronounce his middle name is why It's his middle name is discriminated try, he said. It's racist is being really happen happen. Not on my watch. Obama said they're watching this is how can I lose to this guy? So he gets elected. Stimulus plan, and he puts Biden in charge of recovery summer. Hey. So Biden was the vice president was in charge of recovery. Summer That was 2009. How did that work out? Not well, folks. There wasn't a recovery. We never had much of a recovery during the Obama administration. Remember, the these people were telling us we need to adapt to a new era of decline that America's best economic days are behind us. You know the drill here. So I think great topic for the first debate. Recovery Summers compare and contrast Trump and Biden and will be back. He makes it look easy, but it's not rush on the network. Hey, Sean Hannity. Join me this afternoon. A two on NewsRadio, 1055 W. I'm have ordered in. This is steeple investor insights with lethal chief investment Officer Michael O'Keefe. Michael stocks were mixed to higher yesterday. How about giving us a breakdown? What? Pat Taking a look at the broad in Nick's? We've been discussing the Dow Jones Total Market Index was up half a percent yesterday. So that's for the overall U. S stock market. But in the US, we also saw a range returns amongst other index is at the high end. The NASDAQ that more tech oriented index was up 1%. But the low in the Russell 2000 comprised of smaller company stocks, was off 20000.1% Course. The administration and Congress had been working through the next relief package to further help the country deal with the impact of the Corona virus shutdowns. Any update there Well, The good news is that parties they're negotiating with a sense of urgency to get a deal done as soon as today. Decisions include whether to send federal aid to state and local governments, possible relief for student loans, whether to extend the enhanced unemployment benefits and the possibility of a payroll tax holiday that steeple we're tracking.

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"first wave" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"first wave" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"In the first wave of this pandemic Texas pausing its re opening to quote corral the spread of covert nineteen also restricting elective surgeries in four counties Texas Medical Center now using it nearly all its regular capacity I see you bet in the greater Houston area hospitals also concerning Florida which just added more than five thousand new cases governor dissent is resisting calls for statewide mask mandate there's Erica hill because of the corona virus pandemic two navy warships have set a record they weren't too aiming to achieve the USS Eisenhower and the U. S. as Sam isn't Edward C. when the pandemic broke out and they were ordered to keep moving and avoid all port visits more than five months later they're still let's see and the owners of a new navy record for being at sea for one hundred sixty one days there in the north Arabian Sea now and likely to make that record even tougher to break because they won't hit land again until they get home to Virginia later this year I'm Jim Johnson the Minneapolis city council is taking steps that might someday do away with the city's police department the council votes today on a proposal to replace the current department with a department of community safety and violence prevention job applicants skills could soon take priority over a college degree for federal workers president trump is preparing to direct the federal government to overhaul its hiring practices trump.

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"first wave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"first wave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Extension of the first wave you know we close everything down and then we just sort of delayed all the pieces so we would have seen the C. two months ago Arizona Florida and Texas all setting new daily cove in nineteen records this week and while some of that is due to an increase in testing hospitals in Arizona say they are seeing increased demand in some areas it's a younger population getting sick now that he's gone back out and resume their lives Alex stone ABC news five thirty six a number of environmental groups are suing the trump administration over its plans to open the first national monument in the ocean to fishing a coalition of environmental groups has filed a lawsuit to stop the trump administration from rolling back Obama era conservation measures of the Atlantic Ocean the legal action comes after president Donald Trump signed an order to allow commercial fishing in an area known as the northeast canyons and seamounts national monument it comprises some five thousand square miles of the athletic off Cape Cod opponents argue the move will threaten deep sea corals and endangered north Atlantic right whales Jim Chris lasciviousness and the state has agreed to drop its challenges now to the sale of the shuttered pilgrim nuclear power plant it's all part of a deal requiring the new owner Holtec international to keep a financial reserve on hand to cover any unexpected clean up costs the state filed two lawsuits and a Federal petition after the Nuclear Regulatory Commission okay the purchase tech will have to keep at least one hundred ninety three million dollars available through most of the clean up at five thirty seven now Connecticut is entering a new phase of re opening from the corona virus that means bowlers can head back to the alleys when Groton building center re opened this morning for the first time since mid March owner Bethany Hearn said there were people waiting in the parking lot we don't know what to expect and we are we're really busy now already so it could be a regular back molars now occupy every other lane and wear a mask their plexiglas partition St Paul's gonna wipe down so it's definitely more time consuming and everything needs to be wiped down after every single creature and gyms hotels and indoor restaurants in Connecticut reopen to Erin cutters he ABC news New York and worries about the virus helped drag down stocks today at five thirty eight so let's check in on Bloomberg business here Sandra day altered moved broadly lower by the close today is economic help from staggered re openings ran headlong into reports of rising coded cases in twenty one states Dow fell a hundred seventy as to be down eleven nasdaq cut a substantial earlier advance to a gain of just fifteen target has announced it's hiking the lowest wage for its workers from thirteen to fifteen dollars an hour the fact of July fifth that means a raise for two hundred seventy five.

"first wave" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"first wave" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Organization is warning the first wave of corona virus could include a second peak during a briefing yesterday doctor Michael Ryan who is the WHO's emergencies chief urges countries that believe they've overcome the virus or are easing restrictions to remain on high alert shoes and put in place the the the the public health and social measures the surveillance measures the public health measures the testing measures a comprehensive strategy to ensure that we continue on a downward trajectory Ryan says read the respiratory infection can jump up at any time he says continue flattened to continue flattening the curve public health social distancing testing tracing must remain in place for the foreseeable future leaders in Missouri of issue do warnings after video showing crowds gathered at the lake of the Ozarks over Memorial Day weekend went viral the mayor of Saint Louis called the gatherings are responsible and dangerous she said people in the video we'll be coming home to St Louis raising concerns about a rise in corona virus cases there Brian Boyle's is owner of Marty birds bar and grill in the Ozarks and worries businesses will have to shut down again if there is an increase in Kobe cases it's safe to say that people weren't following all rules this weekend because of the holiday weekend and just hope that there's no outbreak the St Louis county executive order issued a travel advisory urging people in the Saint Louis area who ignored protective practices to self quarantine for fourteen days or until testing negative for the virus if they traveled to lake of the Ozarks the Illinois.

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"first wave" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"first wave" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Local utilities the the water company the gas company they're working with people so you want to get on the phone and try to put on pause as many of your obligations as you can that's one side of the equation the other side is to work on the income side I make sure that you get on to the new IRS web portal to be sure that you are set up properly to get that wall and they just announced James they've got a new app out where you can just send them your bank information but just folks make sure it's the IRS app and that you can do you know if you don't want to send your bank information the some fraudulent group but I is it that easy to for fraudulent groups to get their apps through apple and android I don't think so is it yeah I hear about it all the time the problem is with an app in apple's like a website it is once they approve it they're not monitoring what is happening on it because if you have an app you can update that information on there all the time so it very well could be that someone could put through an app that has nothing on it that stand me within a week later they could add some features to it that are ours are based on a scam so what you want to make sure is this is the official website it's Iraq's dot gov forward slash corona virus that is the official okay good last night and we we we have a link to that and also videos showing people how to do this but this is why this is so important George because if you don't use the web portal which just started less than twenty four hours ago this new web portal if you don't use the web portal you might have to wait until September or October to get a check by email from the Iraq that's too late by then people be back to work they need it now right right they need the money now so they need to get this web portal to be sure the IRS has their banking information and all of that so they get this money and and pretty much everybody's getting this money even people that are non filers if you're not required to file a tax return because you don't have enough income to require that you still get the stimulus so this is for everybody to call its helicopter money you're pretty much everybody is going to get this whether you're retired or working or whatever your situation is and it's a lot of money I mean in in the sense that you know this is the first wave of the money we have is going to be at least two two of these and another one coming you know maybe later in the summer but a married couple is going to get twenty four hundred and then you'll get five hundred for each dependent child that's right you've got three or four children you know you're gonna get a nice a few thousand dollars and that gets a cut off is how much you've made to if you made too much you're not going to get it right there's a limit so single is seventy five thousand and then it phases out and then a hundred and fifty thousand for Mary is is where it begins to phase out and and there's also some really good on employment situation so you get unemployment from your state but then the federal government is adding six hundred dollars to that so like in our state in Florida people are getting about eight hundred and seventy five dollars a week for unemployment and they even have included the GT ten ninety nine people one on employment which normally they're considered self employed and they're not eligible for unemployment but under this new stimulus even the ten ninety nine gig person is going to get that eight seventy five a week here in Florida and this would apply to be a different amount in different areas but the ten ninety nine gig worker needs to know that they qualified to get in on this on employment money also and would you recommend James that people do with their creditors like the mortgage companies utilities they're all trying to help you work a deal aren't thank right right so you want to make sure I want one thing I'm hearing that is not good advice people are saying well you don't need to call because this program is already in place my view is if you're not going to make your payments you need to call you need to go on their list they have to know that you're part of mind right you need to call them and make a deal and my suggestion is you try to get that in writing so that down the road it doesn't affect your credit score if they write like let you miss like two or three car payments people are doing this they're they're skipping two or three car payments and they put those payments at the end of the loan you want to get those things in writing you don't want to assume interest not mailing your mortgage and end up you know having all kinds of fees and maybe for closure and and that sort of thing so you want to get on the phone and you want to talk to these people that you owe money to landlords some areas the governors the local mayors are saying the landlord has to work with you that's not always the case but even if that is the case I still think it's good manners it its good relations to get on the phone and smart your landlord and say look here's my situation I need I could pay half way now know I could pay half after get my stimulus we have to all work together you gotta remember that landlord has a cost too and he's got a family to a mortgage to pay too so we've got to work together in communication is really the best thing during this wall in it let's say you get three months to hold back on paying your mortgage which is two thousand a month what you don't want is at the end of that third month to have a six thousand dollar payment due so you want this thing to me want this thing spread out or put on the end or something like that yeah that's what they're doing they're doing these mortgage like modifications they're sort of they're not official mortgage modifications what they're doing that exact thing letting people skip payments and then building that in to the back end of of a lot of these different loan so if you could skip all of your obligations and you can get a little bit of money coming in that could be survival for a few weeks for for a lot of people and I think you've got to work both sides of it the expense side of it as well as the the income side of it and when it comes down to it really if you're in good health and you have some food you can make it and engine brighter days are ahead it's it's it's it's just gonna be a matter of weeks before the this is a let me ask you this do you have to get your opinion on the decision that government is going to need tomorrow night I'm going to have a former New York times writer on who took the position that we shouldn't have shut down the country and and I think he's right but let me ask you this it's what what happened was governors of states started shutting down their states because they didn't want to be left out of the decision making process and get better and and get accused of not doing something or not doing the right thing it was a difficult situation for governors but if they saw that Massachusetts shut down then the governor of Delaware said all I gotta do it too and it just mushroomed and snowballed into where we are today here's the question for you is it inhumane to open up everything within a matter of a week or two and go back to where we were in preserving a livelihood for the eighty five percent who will never come down with the corona virus for whatever reason and get America back to work and then take our chances that whoever gets sick and dies they get sick and die is that in humane or not you know if you if you want the real truth on this I found in an article by bill Bennett is there's an article people can go bill Bennett coronavirus and there's an article which which really lays out the numbers of this once you understand the numbers and you understand the tiny percentage that actually would die from this and again here's the problem we don't have a live ticker tape of all the lives being destroyed because of the shutdown in and that's the tragedy is I know there are so many people that are you know committing suicide having heart attacks died getting divorces there's a domestic violence child abuse lives are being destroyed but there is no life picker tape and count of that going on so we don't know that the toll that it's taking well here's I I've said this for weeks now this needs to be looked at as the regional situation we have a hurricane here in Florida New York doesn't board up he's going to shelter and that's that's a form of payment and when you start breaking this down it looks like this is you know New York New Jersey there's a problem it looks like in New Orleans there's a problem in the Detroit area as a problem in California L. yeah but it but if you if you focus on these these hot spots now and then you let the rest of the country go back you know trumpet said something a couple weeks ago which is sort of disappeared from the news headlines he said we need to look at every county and give every county a rating and that waiting would determine what that county needs to do like enough in my county we have virtually nothing going on but yet our schools are closed all of our businesses are closed all of our beaches are closed it's like a one size fits all approach to the whole country I think it should be managed county by county in each state based on what's going on back to me makes the most sense and I think you could you know kind of split the baby in the Solomon and say we're gonna open up a lot of areas that aren't being hit so hard in these other areas that are the hot spots that's what we're going to focus our resources we had an infectious disease expert on last night who believes that most of the people who are coming down with the corona virus had the flu shot and that it has something to do with that vaccine well George I'll I'll be tonight that I'll tell you I'll make you something here tonight and I'm not allowed to stand social media is I've gotten to warnings from Facebook for saying this that I think I already had corona virus way back in the early in the season in February I got so sick for two weeks I had all the symptoms except I did not have a fever and I was in the middle of a show with the big bands I think you're supposed to get the fever the fever is is is an integral part of that so you might have something else maybe well almost like walking pneumonia but I've had so many people tell me that they had the same thing now I was I've never been that sick before it was over two week period I had every single piece of that corona virus the symptoms except for the fever and and a lot of people are saying I had at a Christmas I had in in January for some reason the narrative now on social media you're not allowed to say that you might have already had a these and I think we're going to find out when they do the antibody testing that a lot of people whether I did or not but a lot of people I think did it have this much early on in the season I think you're right about that and I think the incidence of those who had the infection was much higher than what they had initially said when they first came out and said the mortality rate is two point three percent when the flow is only point one this is horrible I kept saying wait a minute we just don't know the real number of people who have the infection it's it's a lower number than we know it's much higher than that by the thousands and I think you're absolutely right when it comes to that yeah I think that history will look back on this it once we actually do have all the numbers if we ever have all the numbers I think the world really greedy that we went too far with what we did in reacting to it what scares me George more than anything is the idea that a lot of these hardliners from the medical field are saying this is gonna be every year now I don't see how you do that how you did it could shut down everything for two months and you can't you can't do that anymore they didn't do it with a normal slow one now they've they've got a handle this like the seasonal flu and expect that people are going to get sick you know five hundred thousand people die from heart attacks every year thirty two thousand people die in car accidents fifteen thousand people get murdered four hundred and fifty fall under their bed and die every year sixty thousand die from the seasonal flu these of the higher numbers and though we you just can't shut down the country for that in there still something Jim I think a little more sinister and I said.

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"first wave" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"first wave" Discussed on WTOP

"With them because you did get a refund for you two thousand nineteen return if you file you only fall two thousand eighteen they may not have any information on you there is a new tool that they have to get my payment already it's being stressed because everybody wants to know about their payments but people should just be patient the first wave of you don't get it today doesn't mean you're not gonna get it the IRS employees just like the rest of us who are not working at full capacity because of the virus so your payment is coming it may take a little longer than you expect now what about using that money the twelve hundred dollars arrives for you how should we prioritize this what if you have lost your job or you've been laid off or reduced hours put in on the festivities food party you ran your mortgage and use the money for things that you absolutely need if you're still working but you are worried about your job or maybe some reduced hours to save that money put it in the bank if you are working and you got money committed but you never really did build up your emergency fund say that money because we don't know what's going to happen down the road you make your job may be secure now but in a couple minutes maybe not so you want to say that the thing I don't want people to do is dump it on one day if you have a disruption in your income your credit card payment it's not a priority right now and it pains me to say that because I'm all about getting out of debt but right now you need to take care of the necessities in your life and that is not paid on a credit card so you what you should do is call your credit card lender and say I need a break I'm not working or have had reduced income can I get a break on my payment and then use that money to pay for necessities or save it what about next April fifteenth is this stimulus money taxable on next year's taxes it is not taxable that's been going around you are not going to get tax it's like a refundable credit so it sure money you're not gonna get taxed on it and the other thing is a lot of people been asking well they they use my two thousand eighteen would turn for my situation changed in two thousand nineteen the payment based on either your two thousand eighteen return or your two thousand nineteen winter whichever recent one that I read head and there is no call back for that money also if you all want tax debt or there has been some offset because they you have defaulted student loan debt they will not snatcher payment the only people they make that's the payment for if you just back child support so you don't have to worry about filing worried that they're going to take the money this is money that they want to get into the hands of folks that you should go ahead and file it there for non filers.

"first wave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"first wave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The convention center James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio you're calling me a shake and after more than six million Americans filed for unemployment last week a number only topped with a record ten million set the week before ABC news chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis reports the economy is feeling the repercussions from the first wave of layoffs caused by the covert nineteen global pandemic what's happening now is that after we saw the initial waves of hospitality and leisure jobs the jobs that were very directly impacted by lockdowns now we're starting to see other industries so a number of major retailers have furloughed or laid off their employees this is not anymore just the jobs that are lost because of the shutdowns this is now the ripple of fact the economic consequences of those shutdowns and it's sort of two in three steps out and people filing for unemployment here in Massachusetts gets an extra help this week the extra six hundred dollars a week from the federal government has already started showing up on the weekly benefit checks the next step in economic stimulus for the coronavirus shut down has been stalled after Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill failed to reach a formal agreement the treasury department this week asked lawmakers to approve another two hundred and fifty billion dollars in business stimulus but the request reach an impasse with Democrats here's more from ABC's Trish Turner in Washington just thought that Democrats would approve it easily but then what became clear was hold on Republicans hadn't negotiated with Democrats and Democrats have more to say they you know they said look there's another emergency program that's run out of money we're not gonna have that much of a chance and people are desperate in other areas and we need to answer those cries to Democrats just called it a political stunt they said Hey you didn't talk to us we have these other ideas and so you know we're gonna have to try this again and by the way we are expecting a live news conference from president trump at one o'clock this afternoon from the White House with the latest on covert nineteen will bring you to the conference when it gets under way also governor Baker has a live conference as well at two o'clock make sure you keep it right here on WBZ newsradio ten thirty for complete coverage in you can always stay connected on your smart speaker just say Alexa play WBZ newsradio on I heart radio back to the highways right now it is ten oh three traffic and weather together starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Kevin good morning any problems well good morning there too you know yeah I got a couple things were watching out there on area roadways first of all out of Hopkinton pike east bound you got a truck that hit the four ninety five overpass there right lanes being taken crews on the scene sounds like a hit that overpass and some debris now on the road as some of the truck itself has been ripped off so stay the left to get around that pike westbound you got two left lanes taken for road work soon after four ninety five heading into that Westboro stretch now in Westborough itself route thirty you got a truck stuck under the railroad bridge near one thirty five and willow street only one lane of alternating traffic is getting through that area over in Chelsea got a portion of fifth street shut down both directions right underneath route one for that ongoing work on route one itself up on four ninety five north bound watch out for crash at route thirty eight and took Sperry and for ninety five south bound they're doing lying painting on that ramp to route twenty eight in Andover that ramp is closed Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on.

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"first wave" Discussed on V103

V103

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"first wave" Discussed on V103

"To launch careers in Hollywood hi Steve let's get the latest on the hurricane Dorian and you mentioned that earlier. those in German A. N. trip. thank you very much everybody this is answer but the news hurricane Dorian finally on the move as category two storm with millions of people along the southeastern coast under mandatory evacuation orders Dorian hovered over the Bahamas you know from one to twenty four hours leading flooded out and leveled homes and roads uprooted trees downed power lines in at least seven people dead Michael Cochran of the international red cross says the devastation stretched across Abaco and grand Bahama island we believe it more than thirteen thousand houses have been severely damaged or destroyed that's about forty five percent of all homes on the two islands the international red cross is authorized a half a million dollars to address the first wave at least of disaster relief there the U. S. Coast Guard is suspended its search your southern California coast near passengers of a four passenger of of the tie charted divers both the became engulfed in flames while Ankara Santa Cruz island on Labor Day thirty nine passengers and crew aboard the vessel five crew members jump off the boat and save themselves thirty some covered twenty bodies so far which county current a bill brown says can only be identified at this point is eleven females and nine males since many if not all of the victims who have been recovered you will need to be identified through DNA analysis investigators will be coordinating with family members to collect DNA samples for comparison purposes cause of the blaze is still unknown got something Lewis say a fifty four year old white man has been charged with murder and other charges.

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"first wave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"first wave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The first wave of migrants was dropped in town Denning declared a state of emergency becoming the second community sheltering migrants to do so after Yuma, Arizona. This is a I, I also Erin Sarah, the city administrator for Deming as he surveyed rows of cots, crowded with sleeping migrants heaps of blankets, and anti children playing with toys outside the fairgrounds building. Plywood shower stalls have been rigged to a host pumping cold water at the airport. Hangar young men, stared at his reflection in the side, mirror of a truck as he shaved anxious for information parents inside the hangar crowded around anyone who looked like they could help thrusting forward, sticky notes with relatives cell phone numbers, some had no idea where they were demons del CID, a thirty year old Honda and father of two showed his seven year old son, a map of the US, we're going to Beaumont Texas, del CID said and Spanish local -mergency workers in the state health department are screening migrants more than sixty of and taken to a local hospital with the flu six migrant children across the border illegally. And we're taken into government custody have died since September two of them because of the flu. A Catholic church in town Saint Anne is also taking in about seventy five migrants a week father Manuel Barra said the church didn't initially intend to become a shelter, but he opened the main hall on mother's day when local parisioners knocked on his door with a group of migrants, who had been dropped by the border patrol McDonald's, which also sells greyhound tickets. Overtime expenses in the bills for services, like portable toilets have yet to be tallied. Mr. Bryce expects them to be significant at a meeting this week. Officials said New Mexico governor Michelle Luhan Grisham indicated expenses would be repaid. Yeah. I bet they will Brentwood Herval show, AM seven sixty talking breaking news headlines. Well another migrant flight has arrived in San Diego. What thirties are doing about containing the flu outbreak at a local shelter next AM seven sixty. K. F M B. Attention timeshare owners did some high pressure salesperson twisted your arm into buying a timeshare today. Forget to mention that the vacation times, you want will never be available or that it will cost you more to use the timeshare..

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"first wave" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"first wave" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Maybe they doubt out of this guy. Can't even. No with just one one one wave of Royd raging Jackson. So. Thing is that new thing that I have heard I never heard of fake academics. And cars until he became there. Thank you. Car his ideas. Right. I've never heard of it the seven night just because you've never heard of that doesn't mean they were his ideas. There's a zillion channels on YouTube where zillion. A bunch of channels on YouTube with what they call bait bike videos, and they are so entertaining now whether real or not and other question, but they are entertaining nonetheless. So what magic did this democrat mayor what what power has he brought that evidently saved Albuquerque from the previous democrat there. He wanted because the to democrat vote, so you mind up getting the thirty one percent or something forty one. That's how within their for the first time. The right way. This mayor he gave out like four hundred speeding tickets like the month of January like this month. Wow. A lot of people are gonna have a hard time eating this month. Right. She doesn't care about that. She's got government money making it to their jobs not getting fired for it. Yeah. David me were disabilities or you don't care about the victims of speeding tickets to you don't care about their lives. You don't care about how difficult it is. They're just trying to get to work on time. And you want them to have to pay hundreds of dollars to the court system. Speed. Lesson. Don't. Support bringing back a good paddling. I mean instead of idea, you know. We could get Sarah to be Adum nature set her up with a riding crop with business. Business executives makes good money at our going to pull Joe Biden. Colored Mr. spanks? The feeding tickets helps reduce crime that's found out. Does it? Thank you for the call. I'm not sure how speeding issuing speeding tickets lowers crime. Now, that's how you increase if you go by the definition of crime as a violation of any government statute ordinance, then that would actually show an increase level of crime, right? Like if you're heading out more speeding tickets that means more speeders. It's more dangerous. We need more money to fight these speeders. That's the thinking that works really go. So back to this story. Aren't you? Glad we took that call. I'm not in the least God I thought that was great. I'm marketing for promo. Are you good? Really dying to find out. What's going on in London? Because this troubles me. Yeah. I understand. And it's not exactly something that is going to check out immediately. But it says hours today's but before he will possibly be turned over Julian Assange turnover to the UK government. That's this according to an alleged source inside of the Ecuadorian government. And so here's the detail from the WikiLeaks website, WikiLeaks dot org, actually, apparently sub sub demean defend WikiLeaks dot org on March. Twenty six Wiki leaks Twitter account announced that president Merano in Ecuador is being investigated by their congress.

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