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North Korea boasts recovery as WHO worries over missing data

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

North Korea boasts recovery as WHO worries over missing data

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

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00:46 sec | Last week

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

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Yastrzemski HR, Arenado K lift Giants past Cardinals 4-3

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00:41 sec | Last week

Yastrzemski HR, Arenado K lift Giants past Cardinals 4-3

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Beijing preps COVID-19 hospital spaces, though new cases low

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Beijing preps COVID-19 hospital spaces, though new cases low

"Beijing Beijing Beijing Beijing is is is is preparing preparing preparing preparing new new new new hospital hospital hospital hospital facilities facilities facilities facilities to to to to deal deal deal deal with with with with a a a a possible possible possible possible spike spike spike spike in in in in go go go go big big big big cases cases cases cases even even even even though though though though the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers of of of of new new new new cases cases cases cases remain remain remain remain low low low low China China China China has has has has stuck stuck stuck stuck to to to to a a a a strict strict strict strict zero zero zero zero code code code code approach approach approach approach that that that that restricts restricts restricts restricts travel travel travel travel math math math math test test test test entire entire entire entire cities cities cities cities and and and and sets sets sets sets up up up up sprawling sprawling sprawling sprawling temporary temporary temporary temporary facilities facilities facilities facilities to to to to try try try try to to to to isolate isolate isolate isolate every every every every infected infected infected infected person person person person locked locked locked locked down down down down start start start start with with with with buildings buildings buildings buildings in in in in neighborhoods neighborhoods neighborhoods neighborhoods but but but but become become become become city city city city wide wide wide wide if if if if the the the the virus virus virus virus is is is is spreading spreading spreading spreading widely widely widely widely that that that that is is is is come come come come as as as as many many many many other other other other countries countries countries countries relax relax relax relax pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic restrictions restrictions restrictions restrictions experts experts experts experts have have have have questioned questioned questioned questioned the the the the usefulness usefulness usefulness usefulness of of of of China's China's China's China's hardline hardline hardline hardline policy policy policy policy saying saying saying saying vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines and and and and new new new new treatments treatments treatments treatments for for for for cove cove cove cove it it it it make make make make them them them them redundant redundant redundant redundant I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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COVID shots still work but researchers hunt new improvements

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

COVID shots still work but researchers hunt new improvements

"While while while while Americans Americans Americans Americans over over over over fifty fifty fifty fifty are are are are being being being being offered offered offered offered a a a a second second second second booster booster booster booster researchers researchers researchers researchers are are are are working working working working on on on on improvements improvements improvements improvements to to to to the the the the cove cove cove cove in in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine the the the the data data data data is is is is in in in in that that that that the the the the original original original original cover cover cover cover vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines are are are are strongly strongly strongly strongly protective protective protective protective especially especially especially especially after after after after a a a a booster booster booster booster dose dose dose dose and and and and work work work work against against against against new new new new variants variants variants variants my my my my concern concern concern concern continues continues continues continues Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine chief chief chief chief Catherine Catherine Catherine Catherine Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen told told told told a a a a recent recent recent recent meeting meeting meeting meeting of of of of the the the the New New New New York York York York academy academy academy academy of of of of sciences sciences sciences sciences they they they they go go go go through through through through a a a a fire fire fire fire drill drill drill drill every every every every three three three three months months months months or or or or so so so so when when when when another another another another mutant mutant mutant mutant causes causes causes causes frantic frantic frantic frantic test test test test to to to to determine determine determine determine if if if if the the the the shops shops shops shops are are are are holding holding holding holding companies companies companies companies like like like like visor visor visor visor mature mature mature mature and and and and are are are are testing testing testing testing new new new new kinds kinds kinds kinds of of of of boosters boosters boosters boosters two two two two one one one one one one one one combination combination combination combination shots shots shots shots mixing mixing mixing mixing the the the the proven proven proven proven vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine with with with with an an an an awful awful awful awful crime crime crime crime targeted targeted targeted targeted version version version version nasal nasal nasal nasal vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines are are are are another another another another tack tack tack tack being being being being tested tested tested tested globally globally globally globally in in in in the the the the nasal nasal nasal nasal lining lining lining lining work work work work that that that that often often often often latches latches latches latches on on on on the the the the idea idea idea idea being being being being to to to to better better better better prevent prevent prevent prevent mild mild mild mild symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms of of of of infection infection infection infection I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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High court won't hear New York City teacher vaccine dispute

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

High court won't hear New York City teacher vaccine dispute

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New York City Mayor Eric Adams tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

New York City Mayor Eric Adams tests positive for COVID-19

"On on on on his his his his one one one one hundredth hundredth hundredth hundredth day day day day in in in in office office office office New New New New York York York York City City City City mayor mayor mayor mayor Eric Eric Eric Eric Adams Adams Adams Adams test test test test positive positive positive positive for for for for cove cove cove cove it it it it a a a a spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman for for for for the the the the mayor mayor mayor mayor says says says says Adams Adams Adams Adams who who who who was was was was vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated woke woke woke woke up up up up Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday with with with with a a a a sore sore sore sore throat throat throat throat took took took took a a a a rapid rapid rapid rapid test test test test that that that that came came came came back back back back negative negative negative negative then then then then took took took took the the the the more more more more reliable reliable reliable reliable PCR PCR PCR PCR test test test test that that that that came came came came back back back back positive positive positive positive he he he he had had had had no no no no other other other other symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms but but but but has has has has started started started started taking taking taking taking anti anti anti anti viral viral viral viral meds meds meds meds and and and and canceled canceled canceled canceled all all all all public public public public events events events events for for for for the the the the week week week week Adams Adams Adams Adams has has has has been been been been busy busy busy busy attending attending attending attending the the the the annual annual annual annual gridiron gridiron gridiron gridiron club club club club dinner dinner dinner dinner in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington after after after after which which which which dozens dozens dozens dozens tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive he he he he also also also also was was was was at at at at the the the the national national national national action action action action network network network network convention convention convention convention a a a a Film Film Film Film Festival Festival Festival Festival with with with with Robert Robert Robert Robert deniro deniro deniro deniro and and and and Yankees Yankees Yankees Yankees opening opening opening opening day day day day Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker New New New New York York York York

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Fauci: Uptick in Covid, Biden is protected

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Fauci: Uptick in Covid, Biden is protected

"Because because because because the the the the cases cases cases cases are are are are rising rising rising rising across across across across the the the the country country country country with with with with nearly nearly nearly nearly half half half half the the the the states states states states reporting reporting reporting reporting an an an an increase increase increase increase but but but but the the the the severity severity severity severity is is is is not not not not rising rising rising rising Dr Dr Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci Fauci Fauci says says says says an an an an uptick uptick uptick uptick was was was was expected expected expected expected after after after after mitigation mitigation mitigation mitigation policies policies policies policies like like like like mask mask mask mask wearing wearing wearing wearing were were were were lifted lifted lifted lifted each each each each individual individual individual individual is is is is going going going going to to to to have have have have to to to to make make make make their their their their calculation calculation calculation calculation of of of of the the the the amount amount amount amount of of of of risk risk risk risk that that that that they they they they want want want want to to to to take take take take in in in in going going going going to to to to indoor indoor indoor indoor Dan Dan Dan Dan isn't isn't isn't isn't going going going going to to to to functions functions functions functions president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden who who who who was was was was vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated and and and and EE EE EE EE boosted boosted boosted boosted has has has has not not not not been been been been wearing wearing wearing wearing masks masks masks masks all all all all the the the the time time time time and and and and just just just just days days days days after after after after the the the the event event event event with with with with him him him him more more more more than than than than a a a a dozen dozen dozen dozen DC DC DC DC officials officials officials officials have have have have tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive for for for for cove cove cove cove it it it it yes yes yes yes he's he's he's he's mingling mingling mingling mingling there there there there but but but but we we we we feel feel feel feel that that that that the the the the protocols protocols protocols protocols around around around around the the the the president president president president are are are are sufficient sufficient sufficient sufficient to to to to protect protect protect protect it it it it that that that that you you you you made made made made his his his his comments comments comments comments on on on on ABC's ABC's ABC's ABC's this this this this week week week week with with with with George George George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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China sends in military to help with Shanghai COVID outbreak

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

China sends in military to help with Shanghai COVID outbreak

"China's China's China's China's sent sent sent sent more more more more than than than than ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand health health health health workers workers workers workers from from from from across across across across the the the the country country country country to to to to Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai including including including including two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand minute minute minute minute tree tree tree tree medical medical medical medical stuff stuff stuff stuff China China China China health health health health officials officials officials officials struggling struggling struggling struggling to to to to stamp stamp stamp stamp out out out out a a a a rapidly rapidly rapidly rapidly spreading spreading spreading spreading cove cove cove cove it it it it nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen a a a a break break break break in in in in the the the the false false false false nation's nation's nation's nation's largest largest largest largest city city city city Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai is is is is conducting conducting conducting conducting a a a a mass mass mass mass testing testing testing testing of of of of its its its its twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five million million million million residents residents residents residents as as as as what what what what was was was was supposed supposed supposed supposed to to to to be be be be a a a a two two two two phase phase phase phase locked locked locked locked down down down down enters enters enters enters its its its its second second second second week week week week workers workers workers workers wearing wearing wearing wearing blue blue blue blue protective protective protective protective clothing clothing clothing clothing have have have have held held held held up up up up signs signs signs signs saying saying saying saying keep keep keep keep one one one one meter meter meter meter distance distance distance distance under under under under do do do do not not not not crowd crowd crowd crowd in in in in one one one one western western western western area area area area of of of of the the the the city city city city concern concern concern concern is is is is growing growing growing growing about about about about the the the the potential potential potential potential economic economic economic economic impact impact impact impact of of of of the the the the extended extended extended extended look look look look down down down down on on on on China's China's China's China's financial financial financial financial capital capital capital capital I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles to to to to this this this this month month month month

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Bargainers: Bipartisan deal near on trimmed $10B COVID bill

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Bargainers: Bipartisan deal near on trimmed $10B COVID bill

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio reporting reporting lawmakers lawmakers say say they're they're close close on on a a bipartisan bipartisan ten ten billion billion dollar dollar cove cove it it bill bill lawmakers lawmakers on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill say say they're they're getting getting close close to to agreeing agreeing on on a a fresh fresh ten ten billion billion dollars dollars in in funding funding to to combat combat cove cove it it nineteen nineteen the the bill bill is is smaller smaller than than an an earlier earlier fifteen fifteen point point six six billion billion dollar dollar agreement agreement that that collapsed collapsed in in mid mid March March but but house house Democrats Democrats balked balked at at Republican Republican demands demands that that unused unused pandemic pandemic aid aid to to states states help help pay pay for for the the new new package package but but Republican Republican senator senator Roy Roy blunt blunt of of Missouri Missouri says says some some of of the the money money for for the the new new bill bill does does come come from from unspent unspent sources sources including including two two point point two two billion billion dollars dollars that that was was designated designated for for assisting assisting entertainment entertainment venues venues that that closed closed during during the the pandemic pandemic White White House House communications communications director director Kate Kate betting betting field field the the president president has has been been very very clear clear that that there's there's an an urgent urgent need need for for this this funding funding and and we're we're very very hopeful hopeful that that Congress Congress is is going going to to come come to to a a solution solution the the package package would would finance finance vaccines vaccines treatments treatments and and tests tests and and possibly possibly money money for for vaccines vaccines treatments treatments and and other other support support for for countries countries overseas overseas Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Washington Washington

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FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

"Federal regulators are signing off on another cove it nineteen booster shot for older Americans in case the coronavirus rebalance the FDA is authorizing a force to do simplifies ran the door to vaccines for those fifty and older to be given at least four months after their previous booster before now the agency had cleared the fourth shot only for those twelve and over with severely weakened immune systems they can now get a fifty shot still there is limited evidence on how much benefit another boost can offer right now so the question is whether everybody who is eligible you should get it work we'll get it about half of those eligible to get a first booster have not the booster expansion comes as an Omicron me wouldn't spreads in the U. S. Sager made Ghani Washington

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Biden spokesperson tests positive for COVID-19 after trip

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Biden spokesperson tests positive for COVID-19 after trip

"Cove in nineteen has made another push into president Biden's protective bubble a day before his Europe trip last week press secretary Jen Psaki tested positive for banned center top deputy in her place a day after getting back Kareem John Pierce said she's also positive in a statement yesterday John Pierre said she has a mild symptoms and last saw the president's Saturday and what she called a socially distance meeting CDC guidelines do not consider the president a close contact since he's fully vaccinated the White House says he tested negative before returning to the U. S. Sager made Ghani Washington

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Shanghai starts China's biggest COVID-19 lockdown in 2 years

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Shanghai starts China's biggest COVID-19 lockdown in 2 years

"Shanghai stocks China's biggest cove in nineteen lockdown in two years the aims to conduct must testing and control a growing corona virus outbreak in Shanghai as questions are raised about the economic toll of the nation's zero because of its strategy Shanghai China's financial capital and its largest city with twenty six million people has managed its small APOST are pricks we limited lockdowns of housing compounds and work places where the virus was spreading but this city wide to face longtime will be China's most extensive since the central city of Wuhan where the virus was first detected in late twenty nineteen I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

"President Biden heads to Europe this morning where a top aide says he'll add to the avalanche of sanctions already hitting Russia for the Ukraine invasion at a special NATO summit he will join our partners in imposing further sanctions on Russia national security advisor Jake Sullivan says the president's trip to Brussels and then Warsaw is aimed at bolstering allied resolve against Moscow the west has been United the president is traveling to Europe to ensure we stay United you make the trip without spokeswoman Jen Psaki who yesterday tested positive for cove in nineteen for a second time and will stay behind she says the president tested negative Sager made Ghani Washington

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AP source: Pfizer seeking OK for 4th COVID dose for seniors

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

AP source: Pfizer seeking OK for 4th COVID dose for seniors

"Fizer is reportedly seeking approval for a fourth cove it does for seniors the AP has learned that drug maker Pfizer is expected to ask for authorization this week for an additional covered nineteen booster shot for seniors that's according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity that would add a fourth does to the regiment which currently consist of a primary series of two shots followed months later by a booster dose this is all in an effort to provide maximum protection to the over sixty five population that has been hit hardest by the pandemic the food and drug administration and the CDC must approve the request hi Shelley Adler

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For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle

"The national institutes of health has launched a study into some of the puzzling symptoms that children suffer when they're infected with code nineteen and possible long term effects it's estimated more than twelve point seven million children in the U. S. alone have contracted cove it nineteen and some are still experiencing unusual symptoms long after the virus is gone a trend called long term coded and doctors say some children appear to make full recoveries and then come down with a mysterious condition that causes severe organ inflammation the lead researcher at children's national hospital in Washington DC describes a three year old girl who is head coach V. twice who speaks suddenly turned bright red and staying with pain or she complains of pain in her chest and the studies also looking into the emotional effects of coal bed one participant has had NO symptoms herself but her father caught the virus and he died I'm Jackie Quinn

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 In Rio, even a ban can't keep revelers from Carnival streets

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

In Rio, even a ban can't keep revelers from Carnival streets

"Cove it changes the way carnaval is celebrated in Rio de Janeiro for a second year thousands defied an official ban by coming out to the streets to party to the rhythm of samba sometimes as police looked on meanwhile at official events on the schools performed for a ticketed crowd but everything was much smaller says performer Eduardo Martino this is a kind of a replacement for the ocular carnival which takes place indoors those performances lead up to the parade at the Sambadrome which this year has been postponed to April because Brazil is still not passed the Omicron wave I'm

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Pregnancy-related deaths climbed in pandemic's first year

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Pregnancy-related deaths climbed in pandemic's first year

"Pregnancy related deaths for U. S. mothers climbed higher in the pandemic's first year government data released Wednesday show a decades long trend that continue to disproportionately affect black people overall there were almost twenty four deaths per one hundred thousand births in twenty twenty that compares with twenty per one hundred thousand the previous year the numbers reflect mothers dying during pregnancy childbirth or the year after it's unclear what role cove it might have played but the pandemic led many people to put off medical care and stress the health care system which could increase risks for pregnant women I'm Julie Walker

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"following cove" Discussed on 790 KABC

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09:38 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's 1 36 on the John Phillip Show. Top Radio 7 90 K A. B. C. Joined by Dr Kelly victory, who you can follow on Twitter at Dr Kelly victory. We're taking your calls on Cove in 19 lockdowns all points in between. At 802 22 k A B c 1 802 225222 Let's begin with Gordon Gordon. You're on K A B. C. Welcome. Hi, John. Hi, Dr Kelly up. You guys doing great. Had a quick question. Uh, Another. Doctors are not supposed to harm their patients, You know, Like always. We know Ebola virus is right. Dangerous, but you couldn't just give a treatment that killed 5% of the patients because that violates Medical ethics. Yet if we're imposing, walked down some people That sequence is suicide rates increases probably raised because people losing their jobs. Doesn't it seem to violate that medical ethics because you might be harming a huge portion of population. There's absolutely no question there's not a you might be harmony. Huge question. There is absolutely unequivocal. We have killed farm or people as a result of the response to the pandemic, then would ever have contracted and died from covert itself By an order of magnitude. It's not just substance abuse and suicide. It's the number of cancers diabetic issues heart disease that were never diagnosed. Your never treated. It's the number of people who had delays in their chemotherapy who should have been in and received treatment for all kinds of things. Every week. We're seeing patients coming in. Who said I've been having chest pain for three or four days, and when you ask them Why the heck did you wait? Why didn't you come in? Their answer invariably is I was afraid I'd get exposed to Cove it or I thought the hospitals were too busy, and I didn't want to be a burden. People have had all kinds of things canceled, Whether it's screening exams for skin cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, these things. This is absolutely unconscionable. So the mandate Public health is always to consider the impact of our response effort, not just on one small group of people in this case, people who are at high risk for Cove it or on one Illness in this case, covert 19, but to consider the impact on the entire population, Children, elderly people and people with other health conditions that have been virtually ignored or absolutely or undiagnosed. No question. We have done far far more harm than good. Let's go to Roxy and Roxanne. You're on K A B. C. Welcome. Hi, guys. Thank you so much for doing this. Um, my question dovetails into that one. I keep seeing friends in clear distress and fear. Someone will go to their father's funeral. Just so scared because of what they think, are their preexisting conditions, including, you know, practically a hangnail. But things that I think are not co morbidity ease. Can you tell us what the real dangers are? Cause people seem to think, literally. If they have irritable bowel or a state have you know? What is it? You know you are quite right. You are quite right. People have decided that that they have any health condition or take a medication for anything that that constitutes a co morbidity. The things that we know are strongly related to having a you know an increased chance of not only contracting covert 19, but having a bad outcome, if you do are clearly Being elderly meeting over the age of 75. The need the median age of deaths from covert remains right around 76 years old, so being over the age of 75 clearly a risk factor. Obesity, diabetes and heart disease, Um are and I don't just mean hypertension. I mean, actual heart disease, um, as well as the diabetes and obesity are strongly associate ID. Then some of those things you could actually do something about it. Just think of what all people could be doing during this past 12 months to deal with obesity and try to lose, even lose 58 £10 and get themselves out of the obese category. On top of it. We know that people who are low on vitamin D, which is almost the entire population. Unfortunately in this country, certainly almost the entire population of blast 80% of whom are vitamin D deficient and more than 50% of Hispanics, So people who are vitamin D deficient that's something that's very easy for people to address. Just because you had a history of irritable bowel syndrome, or you have acne or you suffer from depression. Those are not co morbidity ease for covert 19. Let's go to Jeff. Jeff, you're on K A B. C. Hello. Oh, hi. Thank you for taking my call. First I want to nominate you two for a Nobel Peace Prize. Yeah. And, um, I received my first vaccine yesterday on I've been taking. Um, um Hydroxide Clark prophylactically for a couple of months. Should I continue with the hydro? For Quinn. Well, good for you for for doing that. I think, um, you know, we simply don't know how effective these vaccines will be, Um, that said, we have every reason to believe you will develop at least some level of immunity to them on the first reports make it sound like they could be quite good. Depending on whether or not you have any other co morbidity Zor fall into the age category where you'd be considered at risk. You might want to consider taking That you're fully vaccinated before you stop taking it, But honestly, it's Let's go to Cathy. Cathy, you're on KBC Welcome. Well, thanks John and Dr Victory. I have a friend that had co bid and has recovered but has lingering very little taste or sense of smell. Is there anything you can recommend that can help to bring back those two? Yes, well, the good news is that that will almost always recover some people. It can take weeks or months. But the good news is, it is very uncommon for those things to last. Um, although it's they don't always pop right back. The best thing to do is make sure that your friend is taking zinc. Uh, having adequate amounts of zinc is strongly associate ID with regaining You're lost sense of taste and smell Following Cove it on do it. That is a very sensitive predictor. By the way, many people we don't even bother to test them for covert. If they come in with symptoms are consistent with it. If they say that they've lost their sense of taste and our smell because it's so strongly associated with co bed, But the good news is that they said it almost Always will come back. Just make sure that your supplementing zinc 25 to 50 MG a day because that will absolutely facilitate Let's go to Greg. Greg, you're on K A B. C. Hello. Hello, John. Dr Victory. I'm 73 years of age a bit overweight, experiencing no covert symptoms, but as a preventative measure because of those two factors Obtained prescription from America's frontline doctors. I received the But in looking through the literature, it appears that that drug is supposed to be used not only with thing but with an antibiotic and my correct on that because I don't have an antibiotic to use with it. No, it's general. It's used with the antibiotic Zithromax. Is it throw mice and when you're actively treating Cove it if you are taking Um, if in fact you're talking about treating yourself if you should become positive here, If you're just keeping it in your cabinet in case you get Cove ID, then should you become sick? You would want to again be taking it with the sink and then based on your symptoms. Generally, we recommend the addition very early in the course of treatment of Asia through my son. All right. If you have a question for Dr Kelly Victory, give us a call at 802 22 k A B C 1 802 2 to 5 to two to more of your calls coming up, But right now it's time to take a look at the roads. ABC. Dependable traffic.

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"following cove" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on KCRW

"Are open again indoors as well and outdoors and get our customers back in. And it is a theory. Moreau hold that Now we can get Maybe some income for the employees. Businesses will still have to follow Cove in 19 safety practices based on the state's tier system, which is linked to covert spread for NPR news. I'm Jacob in San Diego. This is NPR news. The Supreme Court in Brazil has rolled that Cove in 19 vaccinations can be made mandatory but also says Brazilians may not be vaccinated against their will. Accords decision will allow state and local governments to impose fines or restrictive measures for anyone refusing to be vaccinated President share Belson Aro has repeatedly said he will not take any vaccine and opposes mandatory immunization. Investors on Wall Street are keeping a close eye on Capitol Hill has lawmakers get close to passing the next round of coronavirus relief funding? NPR's Scott Horsley reports. Hopes of additional stimulus relief helped push stocks to record highs yesterday. The Dow, the S and P 500, the NASDAQ all closed in record territory. The Dow gained about half a percent, while the S and P jumped nearly six tents. Investors were encouraged by signs that lawmakers are nearing an agreement on additional coronavirus aid, and by prospect that the FDA could soon approve a second covert vaccine that help drown out more sobering news. Initial claims for unemployment jumped again last week as the spike in covert cases forced new restrictions on business activity. And nervous consumers stayed closer to home. As of late November, some 14 million people were relying on emergency jobless benefits, which are about to expire but could be extended through congressional action. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street this morning stock.

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"following cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We are open again indoors as well and outdoors and get our customers back in and it is a camera. Hold that now we could get maybe some income for The employees. Businesses will still have to follow Cove in 19 safety practices based on the state's tier system, which is linked to covert spread for NPR news. I'm Jacob in San Diego. This is NPR news. The Supreme Court in Brazil has rolled that Cove in 19 vaccinations can be made mandatory but also says Brazilians may not be vaccinated against their will. Accords decision will allow state and local governments to impose fines or restrictive measures for anyone refusing to be vaccinated President share Belson Aro has repeatedly said he will not take any vaccine and opposes mandatory immunization. Investors on Wall Street are keeping a close eye on Capitol Hill has lawmakers get close to passing the next round of coronavirus relief funding? NPR's Scott Horsley reports. Hopes of additional stimulus relief helped push stocks to record highs yesterday. The Dow, the S and P 500, the NASDAQ all closed in record territory. The Dow gained about half a percent, while the S and P jumped nearly six tents. Investors were encouraged by signs that lawmakers are nearing an agreement on additional coronavirus aid and by prospect that the FDA could soon approve a second covert vaccine. That help drown out more sobering news. Initial claims for unemployment jumped again last week as the spike in covert cases forced new restrictions on business activity and nervous consumers stayed closer to home. As of late November, some 14 million people were relying on emergency jobless benefits, which are about to expire but could be extended through congressional action..

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"following cove" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's calf. I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio app. Well, I haven't seen a update today. But the last time we checked the estimate for unemployment fraud perpetrated through the state's employment Development department. These are people that submitted phony names and got themselves debit cards in the mail. 1000. Sometimes tens of thousands of dollars on those cards and cashed out was over $8 billion. We're not done tabulating, but what we're finding out this afternoon is some people have finally been arrested. The name of a former D dd employees came out today. Andrea M. Ger Vase just like Ricky, your face no relation. Just this woman's a piece of work. She did work for e d. D from 2010 to 2018. She was let go after an internal investigation implicated her in the theft of a money order. That should have been a hands that was petty ante compared to what she pulled off here. Yeah, filed more than 100. Fake unemployment claims this year using stolen personal information, including She put down Senator Dianne Feinstein is named for $21,000 and got the money to put down Senator Feinstein erred. Just she used the stolen identity so state monster tag over Social Security number. It must have gotten some kind of personal information that worked. $21,000 under Dianne Feinstein. All told, 12 claims more than $216,000 were paid to this woman. They're all sent to her home in Roseville, which is outside of Sacramento. Did you see the picture of her? They got photos of her at the 80 EMS. Cashing in her. No, I didn't see that. Oh, you should scroll down to great. Give you the story. Yeah, I got the story. Oh, I guess I didn't print out with her picture of the online version. Yeah, She's this squirrely looking woman with big glasses. And, um, faintly. Looks like he has a mustache. Well, but anyway, she, uh she was working there under a different name. Yeah, that's you know, that's your injury, A Dangerfield. That was her name when she worked for a D. D. So what? They fired her and she changed her name because she didn't want that to. I don't know why I imagine that if you're gonna file You know, fake claims you're gonna have multiple names. Now. It's as she she filed 100. She got paid off on 12 12 of them gave her $216,000 and all the all the Money was sent to her home in Roseville. They have 44 80 m photos of her using the Bank of America debit cards, including the one issued in the name of Feinstein. She could get 20 years. Oh, wait. It's California really get probation won't even be prosecuted. Oh, she's a nonviolent, low level offender, so they started Let's say matched her address. They started watching her where she lived. She lived in a duplex, and then they found the 44 80 M photos using the debit cards. And she was arrested and released on $50,000 bonds. Now she could get 20 years. And a fine of 250,000 for each count. And guess what else happened today? Two women were indicted by a grand jury. They're from Fresno, and what they did is they filed false unemployment claims involving prisoners at the California the Central California Women's facility in Chowchilla. So look at that, John. Women perpetrating fraud. Yeah, no prisoners. Shalonda Thomas and Christina Smith had been charged with mail fraud and identity theft. Smith used part of her proceeds, toe pay for plastic surgery. Yes, Smith was paroled. Recently She worked with Thomas, who was still in prison to file the illegal claims on behalf of other women at the prison. They netted more than 200 Grant. So we he got out of prison. And went toe and then started defrauding the D Day. Yes, with her friend on the inside, giving other person information of other women. I say, I say So. So so this this is how a lot of the fraud work where you had somebody on the inside of the prison. And then somebody on the outside of the prison, facilitating they found out through recorded phone calls between the women. Prosecutors allege that Smith The one that got paroled use part of the money to pay for plastic surgery and the other woman, the woman still incarcerated, put it in a shoebox waiting for her release. No, You know you're right, Lim said they were hairstylists or barbers who are unable to find work. That's what they were used for middle hair stylists. Well, he d d didn't do the cross check. They didn't know they were imprisoned by the way, E D. D is hiring a lot of garbage. 16 former employees have been convicted of fraud in the last 10 years. Nice 16. In fact, in in March of former e D d tax compliance rep was sentenced to six years in prison for conspiring with five other people to rip off almost $900,000 in California unemployment benefits What's going on in that office. Oh, my God. Can you imagine when they found out that they were gonna be processing billions of billions of dollars in tax money? All the fraudsters who were already were working a d d d Sure they went crazy when we come back right? That injury. Germany's is one mousey looking woman. It's just that well, you know how the kind of a fish bowl look with those cameras? Yeah, Speaking of fraudsters, I do think there's one stash is going to be deposed. The other one might be deposed. That's right, made under oath to answer questions. It's Carcetti and Newsome coming up next. The twin twits Johnny can show, Okay, if I Deborah market boom in ER physician who was the first doctor in Orange County to get the cove in 19 vaccine says things have been like triage on the battlefield. Dr Paul she couId She Covitz was ST Joseph's Hospital, Orange says. People are pouring in, and things are completely chaotic people that extremely sick they need to be taken care of right away. They're people who are sick but not sick enough to require media attention, and those people have to be trash. She go. It says the vaccine represents the finish line of a marathon that has been run like a sprint. A major winter storm moving across the East Coast has delayed some deliveries. Advisers Cove in 19 vaccine, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the storm has made the roads very dangerous, but the vaccine will still get the hospital soon. This storm did disrupt some amount of the delivery the vaccine, but I believe that is Disruption that will be measured and it will get there, but a little bit later as opposed to. It's a binary it was going to get there, and it is now not families Following Cove in 19 state home orders can still get out to see a Christmas light show with the O. C fair without leaving their car.

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"following cove" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"11 30 NewsRadio, 6 10 w Y o D taking a look right now at Doppler radar. Still calling for a slight chance of an isolated rain shower popping up this afternoon into this evening, right now we're looking at 82 Foca, also in Fort Lauderdale. Little Trickle of spotty rain shower activity down in Homestead Word 79 degrees at 11 02. After receiving the initial shipment of nearly 20,000 doses of the Corona virus Vaccine. Jackson Memorial Sharing a shipment actor's health is among Miami Dade facility starting the inoculation of their frontline health care workers. Today Memorial received their first shipment on Monday and over 500 Have already been administered. And starting today, residents of long term care facilities throughout Broward are receiving the dose of advisers covet 19 vaccine, including at John Knox Village, where 56 residents and 46 health care workers are getting inoculated at once Plaza nursing and rehab in Miami. They're scheduled to get their first dose sometime within the next week to 10 days. State officials have expressed some concerns about the availability of enough vaccine for the hundreds of thousands of nursing home residents say that the Madonna vaccine should help fill up the gap. Tom Cruise, taking the Corona virus pandemic very seriously. The actor shoot out the crew of Mission Impossible for not following Cove in 19 safety protocols. Audio of cruises, profanity ridden red against employees who broke the coronavirus rules was leaked to the Sun. The publication reports that crews flew into a rage after he saw two crew members standing less than 3 FT. Apart from each other at a computer screen. I don't ever want to see the dead ever. If you don't do it, you're fired. And I see you join together going. Anyone on this crew doesn't that's it?.

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"following cove" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Between 31st in 47. That's because of road work over there. Seeing a crash inbound on the bishop. For that 130th and on I 65 South. There's an accident on the ramp from eastbound. I 80 94 as we head into the winter months, Mare Lori Lightfoot says. When the snow falls in Chicago, and they need to clear the streets. The rule of dibs gets in the way. I understand that it's a longstanding Chicago tradition and again having been out there and you know Shovel the snow dog. My car out, got it running. I understand why people do it, but we don't encourage it. The mayor says the city will be opening up warming shelters this winter that will follow Cove in 19 guidelines. She's also working with utilities to prevent shut offs for those who can't pay their bills. An extra alarm fire completely gutted a house in Algonquin. This morning. It happened around 6:30 A.m. on Riverview drive just south of the Fox River in north of Highland. Fire crews responded to the two alarm blaze at the two story home, which was fully engulfed upon arrival. No injuries were reported. Woman was killed in a hit and run accident overnight. It happened on lower Wacker Drive in the River East neighborhood. WGN's Glenn Marshall has the details, Police told us the collision happened around 12 18 this morning at the intersection of Lower Wacker and Columbus Drive. The suspect was driving a blue Buick. So then when he collided with the grace of the Honda sedan driven by a 70 year old woman. That head on collision impact was so strong it calls multiple airbags to deploy on both vehicles on the victim was taken to Northwestern University and was pronounced dead. Police did not give a description of the driver of the Buick but again the view of driver that Buick is not in custody. We do know that police are still investigating is they have actually brought in their major accidents unit? Look into this investigation as well. The nation.

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"following cove" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The city's also prepping to launch a pledge to protect initiative where participating businesses which show their commitment to following Cove, it best practices on the holiday season's in full swing at the White House President Trump and the first lady Tuesday hosted the first of more than two dozen Christmas parties a plant have between now and the 25th. The event brought gas together indoors with little social distancing and no mass requirement. Despite warnings from health officials, Trump teased another run for president telling the group. We're trying to do another four years. Otherwise I'll see you in four years Overall, Trump said. The past four years in the White House have been amazing. The mutual news radio 6 10 w Y. O d five. The Finns return to the practice field today to prep for Sunday's home game against the Bengals. He's won six of its last seven and is in the playoff hunt. It's seven and four After facing Cincinnati, Miami plays the chief's Patriots, Raiders and bills in a quest to reach the postseason. Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter says he knew off the bat he wanted Qiming toe lead the team is general manager someone who in my mind deserved opportunity to be a general manager a long time ago. He adds that the interview process was pretty easy for him. He called on Ngan no other candidates for the position, Magic head coach Steve Clifford says Meow Bamba is not close to being ready to play in the NBA game. Orlando center testing positive for covert 19 several months ago, ESPN reports the Heat will play the pelicans in one of five nationally televised NBA Christmas Games. And speaking of Christmas, NORAD's launched its Santa tracker website today. This is the 65th year. Children all over will be able to follow Santa's gift giving trek around the world. He's still working with his helpers in the North Pole and won't hit the skies and so Christmas Eve, But kids can keep busy with games, music and videos on the site nor read plans to post updates on social media and the Santa camps will begin streaming videos early on December 24th that is Matt.

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"following cove" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on KGO 810

"Some of the toughest covert 19 restrictions are in Santa Clara County, home to two million people. Now the county is enforcing its rules with some hefty fines. We get more from ABC s Alex Stone. In northern California, Santa Clara County, where anybody traveling over 150 Miles now has to quarantine hotels or closed everybody but essential workers and the San Francisco 40. Niners can't play at home anymore. The county says its enforcement teams just wrapped up a black Friday crackdown, issuing over $115,000 in fines for businesses failing to follow Cove in 19 rules mandated by the county. Alex Stone reporting. Meanwhile, San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo was apologizing for having Thanksgiving dinner with members of his extended family at his parent's house in violation of state health rules. Ricardo says the meal was outdoors and socially distant, involving eight people from five households, and he says they more warm masks when they weren't eating. But Mayor Lou Cardo says it did not meet his obligations as a public official. Provide what he calls exemplary compliance with public health orders. The mayor says he is committing to do better for companies that want to list on the NASDAQ exchange. Be prepared. Diversity is required. KGO a tense mark meto explains. Companies that want to be publicly listed on the NASDAQ exchange may soon be required to have at least some diversity on their board of directors. Proposal, which needs SEC approval, would require listed companies to have at least two divers, directors, including one woman and one member of a minority group. Smaller companies could comply with two women directors. NASDAQ would also require companies to disclose consistent, transparent diversity statistics about their boards. NASDAQ says.

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"following cove" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on WTOP

"Vaccine show that it's even Maura, effective than first reported 95% effective is the news today last week, Visor says preliminary results show the vaccine was more than 90% effective. The company says the vaccine protects, among others, older people most at risk. Of dying from covert 19 finds or he's planning to seek emergency use approval from the federal government within days, and there is a potential breakthrough in increasing access to Corona virus testing. The first at home Rapid Corona virus test has been approved by the FDA. The test created by Lucy or a health takes 30 minutes. It allows users to swamp themselves for nasal sample sample is putting a vial that plugs into a portable device and interprets the results. Displaying a positive or negative result. Test well. Require a prescription that is CBS News correspondent Diane King Hall. Meantime, hospitals and health systems in Virginia are stressing the importance of following Cove in 19 safety guidelines to prevent an even larger surge as we go into the winter, while saying they don't have any current issues with hospital capacity, Julian Walker with the Virginia Hospital in Healthcare Association says people must remain vigilant. Keep case numbers, long masks, social distancing practicing hand hygiene, taking the very simple but appropriate and necessary safety precautions to keep yourself and the people around you safe, Walker says. Almost 1400 people are under inpatient care for covert 19 currently which is about even with the summer peak, adding that they hope not to get to the point where they have to handle more, but that healthcare systems and hospitals do have a number of options that exist to address capacity concerns if they get to that point. Ken Duffy WTLV NEWS MANASSAS Park City Schools are returning to all virtual instruction after for all students on Monday, the school board approved those changes on a unanimous vote and also approved to return to hybrid learning in late January in early February, 4 elementary Special Ed and English language learners Fairfax County schools, also reversing course recently ordering all classes to be taught online. But Prince William County is returning pre K in kindergarten students to the classroom. They did that last week, and there are plans to add additional elementary grates next month. Deanna Randall County health officer wants the county's private schools to switch toe online learning amid the rise in Corona virus cases, the county health Department has not recommend in person learning when cases exceed 15 new cases. Her day per 100,000 people. Capitalgazette reporting the threshold was exceeded in the county last month. The recommendation asks private schools to report their plans by Friday. 12 14 As the.

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"following cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ever recorded. KFBK is Mike Bauer has more 118,000 acres were burned in 2019 by this time. Last year, you could see close to just shy of 2.3 million acres have been burned. This year. California Governor Gavin Newsom paints a devastating picture of his state hurricane force. Winds in Washington and Oregon are making fighting wildfires extremely challenging with winds of 75 MPH, turning small fires into huge ones. And on Monday, the scorched skies around Denver were thick with Hayes. By Tuesday morning, there was snow on the ground in temperatures had plunged more than 50. Degrees. Mike Power News 93.1 kfbk, you know News this morning. Governor Newsome says organizers of a Christian concert at the capital over the weekend should have lead by example, can't be Kay's Marshall Benson reports. Despite drawing a crowd of thousands, Newsom says that very few in attendance wore masks or practice safe, physical distancing. The organizers of the lettuce worship rally were granted a permit by the California Highway Patrol. But under the pretense of following Cove in 19 health and safety guidelines, the crowd size was estimated to be between three and 12,000 people. The CH piece, website says, maintaining physical distance of 6 FT. Mother's outside of one's immediate household is described his mandatory at events on the Capitol grounds. Marshall Benson. He's 93.1 kfbk. The Los Angeles Clippers are moving not far just across town to the Inglewood KFBK correspondent Daniel Martin Dale with more On Tuesday. The city of Inglewood give the project its final approval and construction is slated to start next summer. Owner Steve Ballmer's also buying the publicly owned land that the building will stand on for more than $66 million. The arena will see 18,000 people and include a team practice facility and corporate offices, all on site. It's scheduled to open in 2024. Daniel Martin Dale, NBC News radio, and this morning the Oscar goes to mortgage verse ity kfbk is Mark May Feel explains, the Academy says Change starts Now It just added new rules for the best picture category. Starting in 2024 movies will need to meet two out of four inclusion standards to be eligible. It's to encourage fair representation on and offscreen addressing gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and disability. Next year's Oscars have been pushed back to April due to the pandemic. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK this morning President Trump plans to withdraw Mohr US troops from Iraq. Mohr from ABC is Tom Rivers at the Foreign Desk. The top U. S general in the Middle East General Kenneth McKenzie says that the U. S. Is going to reduce the number of troops in Iraq. From the current deployment of 5200 down to 3000. It's happening fast to over this month. It will be the first significant troop reduction in Iraq since 2016 Tom Rivers, ABC News at the Foreign Desk at 8 35. Here are your top national stories on this Wednesday morning. Firefighters across Western states battling some 200 wildfires, the most aggressive in California. We're strong offshore winds are fueling fires along with record heat. ABC is Alex Stone is in Los.

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"following cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Smoke. Governor Newsome says organizers of a Christian concert held a state capital over the weekend should have lead by example. Kate McKay's Marshall Benson reports. Despite drawing a crowd of thousands, Newsom says that very few in attendance wore masks or practice safe, physical distancing. The organizers of the lettuce worship rally were granted a permit by the California Highway Patrol. But under the pretense of following Cove in 19 health and safety guidelines, the crowd size was estimated to be between three and 12,000 people. The CH PS website says maintaining physical distance of 6 Ft from others outside of one's immediate household is described his mandatory at events on the Capitol grounds. Marshall Benson, He's 93 0.1 KFBK. The Los Angeles Clippers are moving out of L A, but they're not going far just across town to Inglewood KFBK correspondent Daniel Martin Dale has more On Tuesday. The city of Inglewood give the project its final approval and construction display did to start next summer. Owner Steve Ballmer's also buying the publicly owned land that the building will stand on for more than $66 million. The arena will see 18,000 people and include a team practice facility and corporate offices, All on site. It's scheduled to open in 2024 Daniel Martin Dale, NBC News radio. And the Oscar goes to more diversity. Kate because Mark Mayfield explains, the academy says change starts now it just added new rules for the best picture category. Starting in 2024 movies will need to meet two out of four inclusion standards to be eligible. It's to encourage fair representation on and offscreen addressing gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and disability. Next year's Oscars have been pushed back to April due to the pandemic. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK and we're just watching now on screen and seeing some huge flames going up in Butte County around the lake Orville area live pictures of being fed Ian from Casey Aria. We're watching at this very moment in our studio. These air pretty significant flames that are now building in the Butte County Lake Oroville region. We talked about the evacuation that have been taking place. Mike Barker has been reporting for us this morning in Munich County. They are nowhere near getting a handle on this. It is very clear right now. Right? Right. So we, you know, hope that no one is trapped there because the flames air is pretty intense. So we will keep an eye on this. And of course, if there are any evacuations to report Or any news coming out of that area will certainly get that to you. 6 35 time here. The top national stories. Firefighters up and down the West Coast or battling hundreds of wildfires that I've been fueled by extreme heat and strong winds. Most of the people in Medford, Oregon, had to be evacuated overnight. It's flames moved in big evacuations. Rochester, New York, put chief of police has resigned amid nightly protests over the police involved. Arrest and death of Daniel proved back in March. All of the department's top commanders. Also stepping aside ABC. Trevor Ault is there. Protesters here in Rochester have been calling for the police chief to resign. But the sweeping step down certainly came as a shock to the mayor, breaking the news to City Council over.

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"following cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"18 to Derby Street, Then you back about a mile and a half getting to the sacrum abridge David said Ronnie W. Busy traffic on the threes. Well, what you see is what you get for the rest of the day. Mostly sunny with a high of 78. Tonight Partly cloudy in those 60 tomorrow in Labor Day. Both look nice, mostly sunny highs near 80 both days with the beaches, mostly in the low to mid seventies on Tuesday, mostly sunny but a bit more humid. Hi around 80, and on Wednesday mostly cloudy with a thunderstorm in spots in the afternoon high 77 right now in Boston, it's mostly sunny and 78 degrees. This's W B Z use radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good afternoon. I'm Suzanne Saws Bill. Here are the five things you need to know. At 3 45 thie nation's top doctors are reminding people to follow Cove in 19 precautions this holiday weekend. Sergeant Elder Fernandez is laid to rest in Brockton. An arrest has been made in New Hampshire in an assault sexual assault involving a machete and elderly man in Barry is accused of killing his landlord than calling 901 Traveler's coming into Massachusetts from three states in the West will now have an easier time. W B is a sherry small tells us the East travel rules went into effect right after the stroke of midnight this morning. Anyone traveling into Massachusetts from Oregon, Washington and Wyoming will now be allowed in no problem.

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"following cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For NPR news. I'm not a handsy in Beirut. This is NPR. Live from the news. I'm Queen Kim. Big story this weekend is the weather and several cities around the Bay Area could break heat records. San Jose is expected to hit the mid nineties today, putting it within striking distance of its same day record of 100 degrees, which was set in 1923. Inland cities like Morgan Hill, Gilroy and Saratoga are expected to see triple digit temperatures cooling centers are opening across the Bay Area this weekend. Patty, eaten with Santa Clara County's Office of Emergency Management, says the cooling centers will not only provide relief from the heat but also some much needed connection. We really worry about people that live alone during these times of extreme heat, and particularly during this pandemic, so we really ask you to look out for each other. Visitors will have to follow Cove in 19 guidelines like wearing facemasks and social distancing staying on the heatwave. Managers of the state's electric squid are urging Californians to turn up their thermostats and turn off unnecessary lights and appliances. To avoid blackouts, especially during peak usage times after three PM needs. Raquel Maria Dylan has more on what power managers are doing to prevent rolling blackouts. Governor Gavin Newsom's emergency order aims to reduce demand by temporarily relaxing environmental regulations on power plants. It also allowed large ships to run their own generators. Instead of plugging in at places like Navy bases, Office of Emergency Services spokesman Brian Ferguson.

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"following cove" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Making its way toward Florida's coast has weakened five o'clock advisory put out by the National Hurricane Center has downgraded societies to a tropical storm Governor Rhonda Santa's. That's 16 counties have declared a state of emergency forecasters expected could regain hurricane status overnight. Three separate wildfires in California's Terry Valley converged into a massive fire flames engulfing 2000 acres. Forcing evacuations. Cal Fire's captain Fernando Herrera take several days so I would tell people to plan to be away from their home for at least a week. Firefighters are working on the ground, and they're also dropping a fire retardant from the Sky. California's Department of Public Health reports 219 covert 19 deaths in a 24 hour period, the state's highest daily death toll The Ohio State University is having students sign a pledge they will follow Cove in 19 health guidelines. This is ABC News. A new study shows that 1/4 of all early cove in 19 cases outside of China came from people who visited Italy. ABC is Megan Williams has more from Rome. The new study finds a 27% of the first reported cases of covert outside China had links with traveled to Italy, with many of the other cases linked to travel to China and Iran. Researchers that the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study data to trace the early spread of cove in in the 1st 11 weeks. That's before the World Health Organization declared it a pandemic. The results were published in the medical journal. The Lancet. Infectious diseases. Meghan Williams ABC News Rome A salmonella outbreak tied two red onions has infected 400 people in 30 states. Connie COPE, the first recipient of a partial face transplant in the U. S. Has died at 57 the Cleveland Clinic where her groundbreaking surgery was done in 2008. Says she died of an infection unrelated to her transplant line of buoys. ABC News Have you wanted to speak a new language? Thought it would be too difficult. Then try battle battle starts by teaching your words and phrases that gradually get more complex. You're practicing.

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"following cove" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We'll be right back to copy and culture here on TR C set of A's news talk leader Santa Fe aren't weak is back with over 75 art activities and experiences for you and your family to enjoy daily creative and fun Happenings now through Sunday for virtual and in person activities, check out the full schedule at Santa Fe dot org's slash art week, All participating businesses are following Cove, etc. Practises and supporting the Senate. A promise to keep everyone safe and healthy. Visit Santa Fe dot org's slash art weak to support our local artists and galleries and always wear your mask and social distance. Thank you. Santa Fe. Artisan. The art supply store on serious road has opened back up from 10 to 4 Monday through Saturday as well is offering curbside and delivery service for high risk customers. We appreciate all the support getting through the last couple months, but now it's time to get creative again. We offer the widest selection and best prices on art supplies and have done so for 45 years. This pandemic has taught us to appreciate the simple things again by giving us time to reinvent ourselves. Let your inner artist out. Let us help you. Partisan 26 So one serious road, you can do this. Hi. I'm Mark Galanti from Mediterranean in Santa Fe with my inevitable sense of timing. From mid February early March, I traveled through Southern Europe and bought one of our largest shipments ever of antiques accessories in reproduction furniture. And then life is we all knew it changed dramatically just after I returned.

"following cove" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"following cove" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"For three decades. In 2015. He could look back at what his actions helped wrought. In the past 50 years, we have witnessed what I'd like to call the non violent revolution in America. Revolution of values Revolution of ideas. Our country is a better country. Jim Taylor CBS News Hundreds of anti Trump protestors clashed with police in downtown Portland last night Federal if officers are also taking part, and that's being opposed by some Here's reporter, Jenny Young of KO and TV. Federal officials have confirmed that Border Patrol agents are among law enforcement officers here on the ground. Near the Justice Center. We did some research and according to the law, you those border patrol officers on Lee had jurisdiction within 100 miles of a border that includes the ocean, which is about 80 miles from Portland 10,000 New Co. Vered 19 cases again today in Florida, along with an additional 90 deaths. Governor Rhonda Sentence, though trying to find some positive signs statewide, our new case positivity has been has been relatively stable. Probably a slight decline from two weeks ago. We had kind of been in that for new cases, about 15 to 16%. Now, we're kind of in that 11 to 13% range. I think that is positive movement. I think you have seen that another hot spot is Houston that city's mayor Sylvester Turner is going after those not following Cove in 19 guidelines. If people want to We're not assume responsibility. And continue to congregate in large numbers gathering no social distancing, no mask. Then they are the ones who are going to be forcing. I stay home water disturbing reports from one county in Texas today we're 85 infants have tested positive for covert 19. All are under the age of one. The county includes.

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"following cove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"following cove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Announced she's tested positive for covert 19. The Democrat who is said to be on the short list of possible running mates for presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says she has no symptoms. Hospitalizations in California have surged by 50% in the past two weeks, With more parts of California showing increasing Cove it 19 numbers. Governor Gavin Newsom is asking Mork counties, including San Diego to shut down in restaurant, dining and movie theatres as they join the list of counties with growing Embers. When I last left you on Thursday there were 19 counties on that list. Today We have 23 counties over the weekend. State enforcement strike teams went out targeting businesses not following Cove it 19 regulations like Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles Hospitalizations Air also up in Florida Governor Rhonda Santa says the majority of new cases or younger residents, no need to really be be fearful about it. I mean, we can talk about the different steps that an individual It's Khun Take that we're going to take statewide. But at the end of the day, you know this is something that's been around for quite some time the nation's top infectious diseases expert on when a vaccine might be available, things go the way it looks like they're going. One of these candidates will end to phase three trial for efficacy at the end of July, Dr Anthony found, she says the US is still need deep in the first wave of the pandemic. The House Oversight Committee, requesting a briefing on the Army's response. An investigation into the disappearance and murder Ah Fort Hood soldier Vanesa G in the governor of Georgia, has declared a state of emergency and activated the National guard after a weekend of violence in Atlanta, which last at least five.

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