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'I'm Sick of COVID': Secret Lefty Shepard Smith Rants About the Pandemic

The Larry Elder Show

01:08 min | 5 months ago

'I'm Sick of COVID': Secret Lefty Shepard Smith Rants About the Pandemic

"You know, what I've noticed because you guys know I watched a lot of CNN and MSNBC office that you don't have to. And see it and CNBC as well. Shepherd Smith used to be the anchor over at Fox News. And it became increasingly obvious that he was a lefty. And he left Fox News, presumably of his own will, and started a daily new show at CNBC that nobody watches. But here's what he said about COVID. I've got a confession. I'm sick of COVID. Don't get me wrong. I mean, I'm sad for the sick and dying. Obviously, frontline workers and medical professionals, your heroes. So grateful for your sacrifices for all of us. And I follow all of the rules. Every one of them. But like so many of you, I'm sick of worrying about COVID. I'm sick of hearing about it. I'm sick of reading about it. I'm sick of talking about it and I am definitely sick of reporting on it every single day. It's too much. There's too much confusion and it's too political. Again, this is coming from the left.

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Los Angeles New Year's event goes virtual due to COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Los Angeles New Year's event goes virtual due to COVID-19

"The the nation's nation's second second largest largest city city has has called called off off its its new new year's year's eve eve celebration celebration the the party party planned planned for for grand grand park park in in downtown downtown Los Los Angeles Angeles will will now now be be virtual virtual due due to to the the recent recent increase increase in in carbon carbon dating dating cases cases in in LA LA county county organizers organizers originally originally planned planned to to have have an an invite invite only only audience audience of of LA LA county county frontline frontline workers workers and and first first responders responders as as for for the the big big celebration celebration still still on on in in the the Big Big Apple Apple Tom Tom Harris Harris is is the the president president of of the the Times Times Square Square alliance alliance we we are are working working very very closely closely with with mayor mayor de de Blasio Blasio with with the the office office of of city city wide wide events events and and with with the the other other city city agencies agencies to to find find a a way way to to safely safely and and responsibly responsibly have have new new year's year's eve eve in in Times Times Square Square and and mayor mayor de de Blasio Blasio has has said said that that a a decision decision will will be be made made by by this this Saturday Saturday which which is is Christmas Christmas day day I'm I'm showing showing up up where where

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Last Year's Heroes, This Year's Scapegoats: Frontline Workers Livelihoods at Stake Over Vaccine Mandates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:24 min | 8 months ago

Last Year's Heroes, This Year's Scapegoats: Frontline Workers Livelihoods at Stake Over Vaccine Mandates

"Unvaccinated. Healthcare workers are being fired in america. They've now got a nursing nursing shortage in new york 'cause they're firing nurses and medical personnel. Who don't wanna get vaccine the vaccine but unvaccinated illegals or pouring into the united states. What kind of a funny farmer we in. I really do feel like we're going crazy. Here is tucker last night with no power whatsoever. Who worked around sick people for the duration of deadly pandemic and rather than thank them. Were firing them. With no unemployment benefits and no health insurance and a lot of them state of new york for example the deadline for healthcare workers. The vaccine is already passed. according to most recent figures. Sixteen percent of the state's hospital workers eighty three thousand people remain unvaccinated. Eight percent of those workers have not gotten a single dose of the vaccine that they're going to be fired so the question is once again who's going to staff the hospitals in the middle of this public health crisis. Well that's an easy answer. According to the new governor of new york one no one voted for the state of new yorkers gonna use the military to do it and then hire temp workers from the philippines it's lunacy and by the way once again why exactly are all these healthcare workers thousands of them nationwide refusing to get the covert vaccine that is entirely fair question and no one is asking it. It might be worth finding out. You can't see this you. People don't understand the science in fact they might know more about covert and healthcare than your average democrat governor. Considering that's what they do for a living they treat people with cova every single day. So it's not like they're uninformed what is this exactly. It's not a few people it's thousands of people why no one cares punish them. The weakest now crushed meanwhile is for firing nurses and doctors were beating thousands of illegal immigrants into this country right now many of them infected with diseases including cove it. You're not supposed to say that because it's some sort of slur but it's factually true. Might be the smartest most profound voice on cable

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AT&T to require vaccines for 90,000 of its union workers

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

AT&T to require vaccines for 90,000 of its union workers

"AT and T. is going to require tens of thousands of its front line workers to get Kobe vaccinations as a condition of employment the telecom giant AT&T is one of the largest U. S. employers to mandate vaccines for frontline workers about ninety thousand union employees who work in stores customers homes and other locations we'll have to have a complete set of shots by February first unless they're cleared for a medical or religious exemption managers were previously notified they have to be vaccinated by October eleventh and unlike some employers eighteen T. is not offering an option of routine testing it is requiring coded vaccinations hi Jackie Quinn

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"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"That you will hurt doing that as yourself team but looked at as a matter for you is. That will be the only person that you would hurt. Would be yourself if you. I don't know i don't know what is going to happen on certain teams killing you because you talk to him there and we let him go because it's very distressing now. We've got some numbers for people that he might be able to talk to and hopefully get some help. If you need to talk to the samaritans are anybody. Ask nasc be a good group of people to talk to and you can talk to them on four two seven three five nine four the samaritan. I one one six one two three. You can call call emergence numbers i. We're very worried about you or want to do is just put. I put you back on. Hold their talkative for just a second late to get somebody around you to mind yourself. Ambush look take care of yourself okay. Sign somebody to talk to and see if anyone can help you because this is a very distressing call and thank you for being with us on the program. Thank you for speaking to the opinion line. Thank you for everything you have done for people here in cork during the pandemic. And here's hoping that you will get the leave to state. That means so much to thank you. Very much nadeem. I'm not sure how to finish that. Corks ninety-six fm..

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"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

07:08 min | 8 months ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Do you have seen my arden. Inlet was article department. Have given statement if you can see them given are from the department. The department of justice does not comment individual case. How it is. The each application quotation examined duties but permission of the remain is included of the full concert edition of the private family rights in accordance to the european yards human rights and the works illusion. So i am working. I'm not a- burden of anyone. Yes yes and and you happen and you have been working in hospitals. You have been working. On the frontline during the pending. Yes we live. We owe you identify. Thinks we owe you. Thanks liver five. Illiberal five in kfc. That time i was working with nobody will code out. Nobody when i was a i was gone in the bus station. I was working to the world in there. And then i did the bus. And then i work in douglas. Iowa certified also that. I am worked in the liver fight because that time we need to show the later because they were. If you look you before five-kilometer you have to short with arteries right. That's right i had. We had those letters ourselves here to us to go to and from work. And i haven't later that also i am given to a now. I'm just building. I thought just played played into the my family to the cork. And when when will you known nadeem when when will you know. I don't know. I don't know every i'm in a very very very been very deficient. You can ask to the manager of collision. I am nothing wrong three years. She have given me an offense little. Also so you can understand. I can tell you that you don't need to show me anything i believe you. I totally believe. I totally believe am a security job if anything already charges against me how i get license. No everybody believes you think that this stage you you've been here you've worked if contributed to to our society during a pandemic you know you and you just want to stay just. I don't want anything. i don't ask any money. Anything that takes from when doug later. Kim's i can't sleep because there is no response of my lean to remain. I have a. I have already emailed every documents to the prime minister's office also and they're given me one meal from the secretary of prime minister. Miss marta michael martin given me later even see the magnum but there is no norris fox and see if he's coming i can't sleep i can't eat. I can't do anything because i'm in skating. Heroes know inconsiderable accommodation centre kindu hindu attack me that also the everybody knows i was sleeping in my room kim with a steep and hit me man sleep that something that needs to be sorted out. I guess within the center and i hope it was. I hope it was but let's let's focus it on your own situation. You are looking for leave to remain and that's all you want you want. You want to stay and work in ireland where you've been for the last couple of years and i think it's fair to say now deem that. If you had to go back you would fear for your life. That's the reason in crying. That's the reason pleadings in india. You can see the statements over there. I have all. I was all house own shop. Everything that cost. That cost is three zero. Three lack euro alday property. So why all tuna toes and isn't it three lack. Yes that's i. Am we in here and living like this income tax certificate. Also i am given so why i am in here because i. I am a genuine refugee general. Because i have given a death certificate also my father and motto general. Ntt you do. You have someone to be with you when i finish this call because i'm worried about you. Do you have someone that you can talk to be with for the next little while nobody's okay. I hope someone is this thing in the center at the moment of this. I can't i can't shave. I can't hear can you can see me in then. I was standing in in that. Also you see photo crabs. I feel like i have done today. Duty uses and coming. And then. I can't sleep because they don't know what's going to happen when when we would hope that nothing will happen to you. On 'til your leave to remain is properly assessed. I we have. We have asked the department of justice for the state to see what they tell us anything. Can they help with anything for you. All i would say. Now he's i. I'm going to have to leave you. But i would hope that you have somebody around you that you can call a friend or somebody just to be with you because you've been very very brave and very very courageous in talking to me here and thank you for everything you have done for. Kark during the panic yes. I'm telling live up to monday. I just read a vid- and after that from next. I not greeted person.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

07:17 min | 8 months ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"The opinion line on courts ninety-six. Fm there was a demonstration on friday. In bishop lucey park nadeem on the quad is high nadeem. Good morning to you sir. Now we go to. We got note. Vote you on friday. That you have been you were working. You were working in security During juror pandemic ten me of it approaches. Its refusal what I have given me. It was refused. I see some have applied for the leap gleaming. Okay okay tell me about yourself where you from. I am from india sir. My name is nadine. Who san i stay on. Kinsel wrote accomplish and center simple years. I'm here and i'm i. I woke in cave. See and then. I came an insecurity. Industries that woking in the security sometime i walk in hospitals sometime in malls sometime in the earliest places need a security sure and you come from kabq oceania. India do do some. Call me calm komi. Pj you don't need to call me sir. Okay where are you my friend do. You don't need to call me need to call me sir call me. Pg and in on twenty seventh march eighteenth if it will go on also you can check. There was a right on hindu-muslim that time my father and mother was tied. Or i'm sorry to hear that at that time i i doing. Cpi party because my father was also entered. Saint party cpi an i was also a member of a political killing mike while oiseaux and then he got also the injured i have given to the ideal. Every evident dead cert. Also my father about everything implement. What evidence do want enough to fuse me. But i don't have any problem with tech. But i want to say but i already applied to remain also treaties will give me a reference lurton there. Too many friends who are emitting for me and all my where i stay concern accommodation center. You can ask to the manager. Also i'm trias. I never done any wrong thing. And they were quite slow of giving me a reference little everything. I have some major for the lead to remain and gopal to the minister of justice and copy to the president office is consistency code. And i'm very for that is my family is my family. They showed me love. I'm not in the in the fighting and waiting to anyone. I have not ingberg. Every is good here. But i'm just pleading. I'm just bleeding. You check my statements. What have given. I'm just bleeding just bleeding but nobody's working me okay you you fear that because of political affiliation that you do if you had to go you would be in danger. Yes sir because there is an odd. Our god you know. Id card identity card. And there i have fingerprint. If i go india and if i do anything if i used to buy a sinker then i have to use that identity cut or if i want to take a house then i have to do the identity card in india. If you do anything like a start yes in here. Also is new. Do something also shelly. So the need a pdf scott. I'm alright sir. Just correct. Yes i doubting i already said to the ideal so i said to their on so that the same thing is my. Id card and there is my fingerprint and you were afraid that because of the current political administration in india everybody knows in two thousand seven. When moody was only achieved minister of gujarat he killed too many muslims. And i have two point one. I am muslim yes and second thing. I will collector to the political party. Yes there is no party of india yet. Yes i have given my id card. Everything's can took. Every copies have given to everywhere i have sought to. Also i have sought everyone evidence. I have then now. I'm not telling anything. I'm not telling anything to anyone. I've not given any backup savior. Because i'm because i learned have given me food island have given me a work. I love coke is my family. Does i have appeal for the league to remain but allowed. There is no response so you you have played. Yes and i only have been refused. Yes no no no no. I have refused for the subsidy protection and refugee status. But now i have an option for the league leeming. Also i already. I already applied to leave. Remain i apologize. I'm confused about the process. You are you okay with the way you you. You're already talking to me. You seem upset. I understand that. Yeah so just. I am pleading. I only helpless man. I'm bleeding everyone. I'm pleading please. Help me help me have you. I'm thirty six year olds. Seventeen eleven nineteen eighty six. My book of it okay. Okay and and you're in the middle of the process now and we've email the department of justice to see. Can we get his statement..

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"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

06:16 min | 8 months ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Copy people in for that because the the proudest moments of his life was when he was made a freeman the city and he was. He was extremely deserving of that and his passing was in to to mark his passing today. Because like i said he was he was a friend of mine as everything else and certainly i miss the laughter and the plane tweed have occasionally in the flying enterprise. The two of us. But it's a happy day for the everyman. Dennis oh yeah. we're delighted. I mean we we. I suppose we we were suffering. And you know that's not too strong a word It's very difficult to to keep venture like that going with the generosity of of national funding and so on but a always at the back of our minds you know we have the players and the performers and those people who professionally and technically inartistically make or happen for not just incorporate but but all over the country. We were delighted that we were able to keep The the of show alive though not on the boards and physically in the theater we were able to have an online presence and we did some very innovative things and they were very well received in generously supported by by our audiences. But there's nothing. Replaces you know As they say the roar of the grease paint and the smell of the crowd you know so we we really need to get back there and over five hundred days for the theater to be to be dark. You know when you even sense it when you go into into the unused theater. There's a kind of a you know. There's a dead innis about the place and see where is all about life and bringing life to to people in the stage through playing and cover writing and innovations lighting and music so on when that is absent places moribund you know i look forward so much to getting back in there again to see something very very soon question for you. I don't know whether a decision has been made yet and given the day that it is and the passing of the bill. Would we have a panel. I well we are working on On a on a program. A i suppose at this stage from a planning perspective and the rehearsal perspective. We probably won't have it at the same scale as we would have traditionally had it but we will be definitely ensuring that the boys and girls will enjoy enjoy a christmas entertainment bento And we you know we. I don't think will disappoint them. This christmas yeah. And congratulations on getting open again. Good luck lately. With with with the season to come and really jess. And i'd say just one word to lock stock. Thanks that's great Good luck yeah. I've a story about bila years ago. We we got him to Be the speaker. Amc at a reunion was involved in a school reunion. An east a few years ago now gonna and came out telling stories and singing the song in the whole thing and he said don't let finished. I'm gone. 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Ninety six fm. Hi to stop down at some point before we finish today just to go through and train them up off as many comets as a have to do with frontline workers and how we think they should be thanked a repaid for the extra shift they put in during the pandemic as we know the the government is planning something and the the Public mike mcgraff is planning something for budget time. Not quite sure. What just yet do that before we finish. Get through some more of those comments. Because you've been pilot and onto joined the morning. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine six. I was asked in early summer. Two chair event in cork this weekend and as it turns out. I'm not able to do that. And i told the organisers number two weeks by unfortunately wouldn't be available on the day. But let's go ahead. Senator francis black is going to cherish. She was originally one of the panel. And she's going to cheer the event the ireland's future event which is taking place at the plate and hotel this weekend. ernest future. According to their own blurb was established to advocate for and promote a discussion about the future of ireland including the possibility of new constitutional arrangements and a united arted guided by the values of the good friday agreement and how we might work together as a thirty two county nation and going forward and there was a panel. Assembled and of two members of that panel. joining me tikey comedian and actor and ola moustapha join me on zoom good morning. T-boz ibiza how're you doing i ola. I'll start with yourself and what you would to be part of the panel on saturday You are you you have you left wreck provision you still living in drake provisions and the future of.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Says tricks. I last in just a minute. How she's doing now in this regard but instead of doing what she'd have been fully entitled to go home close her door get on with her life and and never talked to the lakes of me again which you'd have been perfect tights to do. She didn't do that. She went she got involved in a campaign to make sure that the next james deal would be caught a lot more easily by making stalking an actual crime which it isn't in this country. It might be soon. His video put up by senator Lisa chambers the crime of stalking has a very severe and long lasting impact on the victim. Long after the situation has the current harassment laws do not adequately cover the series is about the crime or the impact on the victim. We must listen to victims. Take our need from ben and framing the law in this area. I have been working closely with inner ring on east. Mcdougal the co-founders of stalking arms to bring to the owner. Good morning. good morning. Thanks for having me on again to speak with you again. And first of all you heard those clips. They're back in february. When you were still shaky going to test goes how you know like a little bit better it is. It is still very much with me. Which i didn't think it would be but it is very much with me. I i think it was more ingrained. My mind than i than i initiate taller like. I think i saw him in killer. There one day nearly crashed the car. You know this kind of thing. I'm still checking the back seat before i get into the Checking the doors locked. So yeah it is. It is very much there I still won't go for welcome my own as much as a you know. Stupid very aware of my surroundings. I suppose it does. It does change you as a person em it changes how you view the world Everybody is kind of a danger. I suppose on until they go pasture so it is it does. The trauma does does linger on. Actually it's it's linger longer than than what i call. I mean it's it's it's fine it's manageable but it does change it just completely changes the other person and i'm sure anybody who's gone through has gone through Would agree with me You'll you don't just overcome us you know. Have you help yeah like i. I'm i'm done my counseling. No but i'm still in contact with my concert are and i'm on very good medication. Which is working extremely bad. So it's it's just it. It keeps me calm. You know because before. I was a nervous wreck so that the medication is very goto I'm sure it would be on it for a very long time. But you know what abusers if it's if it's helping because there is a bit of a stigma attached to medication for mental has a fate if it's if it's working day on a general stay at. That's not the time to go off if you had to pain in your back and the doctor said take a tablet every morning and the pain will ease you. Take a tablet every morning without without a shadow without. You wouldn't even think twice about asking. Now you would have been forgiven. Has said that in the introduction you would have been forgiven for going home locking the door and working on getting on with your life but you. Didn't you got together and you worked on. Getting the law changed and it may be about to competition. Yeah yeah yeah it's It's getting there definitely like it's going to. It's going to the tar. Stage next next. tuesday is to committee. Stage happens to next tuesday. So it's it's going along faster than what we all we were able to watch which was brilliant The iraq debate live. Last night was on for an hour and a half and There was just fear. Support cross parakeet support all the political parties. There were all supporting us and it was really great to watch and no. It was called a debate. There was very little to debate because everybody was in favor of us. The minister Say after like why. It hadn't been been abroad through already. And why they're happy with what they have and in fairness to lisa chambers she just do shredded shredded. Everything in a very in a very dignified manner. You know reminded listeners. Who who are aware they believe or they say that it's currency covered under harassment legislation Where harassment not. What was done to me exactly exactly because like the i suppose the end result for for harassment is just to get inside. Somebody's head on kind of freak them out. Make them uncomfortable. Am the end game. Far stalking is is rape or murder. Like lying really you know So like when one. When i was being messaged an an ryan on the phone and stuff that that that was harassment when he's creeping around your house and have to see your box in case patras going to be poor throw when the guards sitting outside your your hosts every night that that's pure stalking you know and it's the the end is the end result is their end goal. I suppose is key care like the on in harassment and stalking two very different things. Why do you think that the department of justice is so insistent speaking through its minister so insisted that what's there already is enough. I don't i i actually. I don't know. I can't grasp why they're not jumping to get this done I suppose the only thing is like if they walked in my shoes of donors the day after the court case in all. It's m it's a. It's a horrendous thing for anybody to feel that they're being watched and the justice that the discomfort of new boat and a no. Somebody's watching. it's it's horrendous. And if that happened you know to somebody who can change this than it would have been changed like. There was one of the politicians last night. She was a very woman. She stood up at the office. And she she. She kind of went through For two years and i it was harboring Fierce in her voice and this was something like ten years ago in all There is such support forest in such cross party support forest. And they just like. They're they're quoting stuff. That was done in nineteen ninety-seven Twenty four years ago. You know w- like you. You can't say something back in twenty twenty four years ago is adequate. Now you know so you know the is for change is it. What drives you wanna take. Keep keep keep doing this so no woman ever again has to go through what you.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

13:59 min | 8 months ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Nothing like what they get in the first place blogger rob horgan's before the regular dad rob. Good morning warren. Bj forty nine grand to stay at home full time. Is it worth as listen to me in the morning. they'd probably take it also deal bush gates It's one of those price was greater appreciation for stay at home. Parents since came along there. So i think it's One of those where you had to read of. I saw the article survey question. And i mean it's it's not a nine to five job at the twenty four seven even when you take you clock off. You're you're you're you're onto the next job or it's uneven when you're laying in bed think about what happens the next day or down the line and what you need to guess in place so i mean especially for me. Suppose i've been working from all entire dynamic and so we've been able to see first hand off the wave looking after aaron and all that goes into no i mean a fortune position i can step in and get behind bought. It's yeah i mean it's a full time job and then if you were to put on top the any extracurricular activities at a margin parent wish an older child who have to teach them or schooled them Try and keep their activity. That results. To certainly i think it's it's it's closed when you especially when you take into something into consideration late childcare for four hundred forty. Nine thousand isn't a bad wage in in the market. But like you said that's for that's for nine to five. That's for standard holidays in the year. That's for you know all the time off that you get whatever. Pin partnering grants not a bad salary. Not great but no. But i being being at being a stay at home parent is not going to fight. Not even joe like last night. We were up twice during the nineties. Whatever it's not here you don't talk off the just it's it's to. You dropped their airbase. I've quite honestly so it's it's one of those ones where i think they're no greater appreciation to be paid people who who are full toy parents. Because it's not you're just full on all those little breaks in the day for your for making him free rejoinder. Because i think it's you know. It's all consuming. I read the article yesterday. And i talk to myself. It doesn't even take into account of your energy you would spend on your actual washes and drawing close and did the dishwasher and your energy costs. School roof is rather than it's just And it's very taxing job. Moylan wife She breasts she's breastfeeding so on top of everything. She's she's dash as well to do. And it's it's i made it it's full on it's very There's no breaks. Think you could rob put a financial value amish. No i don't think so either. I take it if you were if you were trying to hire someone. Twenty four seven you be talking in a tree Hajim but it's again. It's just even the attention to detail. The lova passionately bureau apparent will give their child in the fda putting databases might be different than someone who was paid to do. The job you know and it's just it's of seizures you khambatta someone that can parental connection or bond Developed wished your choice. Spend that much talking with On being involved all that bosh. It's what i read was a few teams as they did that. No for how much so. I don't even remember they own parents tonight. Idaho raped picking from rhodesian and stuff a diet. And you know. I just think about ways half knows dash it's full on myself and route with air and she's only six months old and i can only imagine it'll be like if we have another one or as she gets bigger and she's wants to do every hobby thinks she to this. You six months Lad your only stark note. You know i was going to ask. Actually how she was forgotten so she's six months old now so yesterday gone. Well delighted. You're you're you're not you're not yet bothered by dense. Classes are saturday morning training for this data. The other sport. You're starting legit trying to frighten your in general well aware of a few friends. That have just credits. Here is a bit more at us. You know when she starts talking then able to interact. It's gonna start a little bit more costly to before even fuller on that. It is at the moment moves. Yeah you might say sleepless nights to have far busier days. And you're totally different ways so But i mean it's it's fantastic. Being a little been be able to spend as much to do with her as. I said fortunate enough that i have been working romans. Some people have been. I just listed there before you came on air boat joe at slumped workers throughout the pandemic. Who he'll wind. David say will be at home fulltime or more from home and wrote. There have been fortunate. If you're warren's be all i mourn aaron before i start work at launch and there straight after i finish and even so i'm able to in lots of ways where orders stay home. Parents dash you know they might not see their partner from one. One went into the day to be odor. And it's that's that's the nets you even like. Like what is she would be. Like if i wasn't here to give a high end or give or break if she was having a role stage all and it's no price and doctors and there's no value. I think you can do researcher. Ending are so of you faggot. Appreciate huge appreciate state owned parents. There's no salary could compensate for rub. Thanks very much as always continued to tournament. The good blog. It's great block the regular dad. That's rob horgan. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six. I want to read this one. Because if i don't forget it and it's quite lengthy and this has to do with michelle from the animal who spoke to in the first hour about this budget. Bonus that we're being told about for for from plane. Workers don't quite know what form to take just yet. What michelle was saying was look extra time off is of no use to us. We can't get the time off for already entitled to and if you give us money great but give us a once-off cash payment that wouldn't be subject to tax. That might be acceptable as thank you. Evelyn was onto us to say so happy to hear michelle speaking this morning. One hundred percent support from plant workers. I recently spent a nice in the d. at u. h. Wasn't opener like everyone else. I've been hearing for ages now. About how hectic things are in hospitals all over the country especially since covert. I received excellent care and attention but they observed overworked and exhausted staff of nurses and doctors. I genuinely fear for their health. Their physical mental and emotional wellbeing. How they continue to work in that hectic and demanding environment day after day giving the excellent care they do is completely beyond me. It is beyond time to call our government. And hey jesse too. Serious and proper in depth look at the health system and specifically those working on the frontline and to honestly and objectively identify end address the systemic and management failures that are contributing to this situation. Have we all become so desensitized to report the number of patients on trolleys that we've forgotten what that must actually feel like for the patient for the families watching or in this current situation waiting for updates as they can't be there and most importantly for the staff caring for these people day after day with no letter or end in sight skipping breaks finishing a twelve hour shift exhausted knowing. They'll face the same situation when they come back. The following day would employees in the private sector. Puerto with that we need to take action now to insist that these professionals are minded by the very organizations who employ and represent them here. They're please listen to their needs. Ease their workload improve their working. Conditions equip them to be the wonderful conditions. They are forget about clapping for health. Heroes that is make an actual difference without these from professionals. We don't have a health service. It's beyond time to make these changes. let's stand up and be counted. let's be heard. It's not good enough for these patients and healthcare professionals. They are families. Our friends our neighbors and they deserve better. I'm not too sure. There's a better way to express that opinion line on courts six. Fm car insurance creeped call in person or call them now. They just talked to talk. They walked along the best music. Mix on cork's ninety six f. n. Avoid the afternoon slump and just make your afternoon your day at work. A bit more entertaining. Not all the big trending stories your favorite chains and everything corks from twelve. Encore ninety-six fm. Every time i do this. I make the very blatant mistake. Leaving group of frontline workers. I forgot peter. hynes said. They didn't mention the farmers and peter. Sorry am says did mentioned the. Td's i think tom's tone dirty firmly in his cheek there. Come back to it though. There's still more coming in about the idea. How is it. How would we say. Thank you to those who worked when the rest of stayed at home. Who went and continued to keep the place turning over when the rest of us were staying home and hoping this whole blasted thing would go away. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six. I remember the time. I spoke forced to luna ring. It was literally the day or the evening after. James steele had been jailed for five years. He pleaded guilty to a series of offenses at home between february and july of twenty twenty should met him at work. James seed was from rest cavalry and she on the day of the court case she spoke to me about just how frightened she'd been by him and at the time when in purdue for the gods content at her house i felt. I felt safer knowing. Got the guards roadside. Because those were the hours he was around. Yeah and i didn't think he'd call the day life and you know during the summer like of from five o'clock on starting to get price and people are going to work for a. I spent safe off that they were there and knowing that there were there they were gonna stay there you know they. They said no matter what happens on that. This car is not going to budge. You know also Like that was great security for me. They were fantastic for you. In fairness went they they just they they. They really couldn't have done any more than what they did. Like they went above and beyond like Say this too. Numerous to mention. But jim heffernan was the guard that the tax him outside my house and sturgeon sharks. Sorry john sharkey was myth we all the way up through general all the other things so they they were just too. They're they're just very very very good people. I really really are divorced. Radio interview that had given and she spoke to me on the opinion in back in february of both even though he was in jail she was still afraid. She'd come across james steel. That was how much played with her mind now. Like i feel kind of saying you're safe. you're safe. I kinda have to persuade myself. Thought i'm saying if i'm out in both but i'm i was obsessively checking the doors no with stone to a call today. Like as opposed to every hour even though he's no behind bars can do no harm anymore. You're still left with this. Legacy of checking doors. Yeah and the other thing is because i suppose because of his age and the color of his hair like there's a lot of people that's from the back look like him and you kind kinda get a you know if you see somebody you know. I'm sure that would save time. Also but at the moment it's like last week i was in tesco's and there was a man from behind look very similar. I just gotta start. You know indoor. I knew i knew it wasn't you couldn't possibly be him. Bush you do just got the shock. The mind plays tricks.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

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"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

06:41 min | 8 months ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"I can tell you how many days i well good morning creates a beautiful morning. Beautiful thursday morning Looking at this video yesterday afternoon from cathedral road men and women recovering in hospital after that chunking collision atari no chocking collision. Yesterday afternoon on cathedral road. I saw couple of videos from a couple of different angles and the only thing i can think he's absolute miracle that nobody was killed and that nobody was was knocked out. There was a lot of people very very shocked. This car seemed to it. Seemed to go up onto pavement. Pavement comes down there to gateway seemed to go up onto the pavement and flip onto its side. It knocked wall. It's a miracle that there's only a two people and they are recording in hospital and we think you'll be okay which is which is good to know but it was very narrow. One be frightening experience with people. I rolled we all know well. Main road of cathedral road so our thoughts with anyone who got a freight yesterday and particularly with the two people who are recovering from that. All right lots to do lots to do. So you can get down to business see where it looks like a looks like a giveaway budget and that michael mcgrath administer for public expenditure is looking to start spending the taxpayers money in a number of different directions like a pensions. The old age pension or the pinch may get a boost. We don't know how much that could be a boost in the basic payments of social welfare. Again we don't know how much whether or not there will be any tax changes for middle income earners that's under discussion for. They always say but the big story is a one off. Covert bonus of tens of millions of euro worth is to be announced for from client workers. It'll be announced either in or just around the same time as the budget. Which is tuesday october. The twelfth not entirely sure forum. It's going to take could take the form of annual leave. The talks are there'd be a few days of annual leave given to all those working in the health service frontline or there could be a monetary payment willett just apply to the health sector. Will it apply to everybody who worked on the front line. I remember one morning here trying to draw up a list of everybody who could be considered from worker. It ran to a page and a half of small writing. I'm tell you know. I still left people out so to please. Everybody mike mcgrath got a big job in his hands. But let's go to michelle kingston. Who's endorsed it's you. H and the nimmo rep for emergency nurses at seo h morning michelle. Good morning how are you did. How is this being. You guys. Were on the from plane right there at the coalface from the very very starch. How is this proposal going down among your members not very well And it's not surprising. Either that's something like this has been proposed to You know it's just be interesting to see no waterloo Mike mcgraff komo with bush annual. Leave is i mean. We can't even take her annual leave as it is so i mean extra days. That's not what we want it's You know it like we want the same as everybody else. Really you know bush Members aren't very happy at all. I'm happy to show recognition. Mcnish in really you know like it's it's it's like at the moment is is extremely busy in the hospital of a very very busy And you know like if we're if we're at his by another pandemic god only knows where we get the nurses from and bush. The you know it's the people aren't happy at all. Pj you know. They're not happy at all you know. Some form of recognition is more than do To to frontline workers like yourselves. I would have said particularly nurses and doctors. I would have said particularly many other healthcare workers. So if if if you were to canvas your colleagues as it were in the wash wash would would do you think they ask for a It ask her money. I won't off came into an which isn't going to be taxed Not to be put into our our normal checks. You know enough payments cash bonus you know a cash bonus that yappy genucel absolutely absolutely our minimum tax. You know because like it's. I mean the work that was done Like in the last two years really was is no across. The board is phenomenal in and people coming in and over time and you know what i'm sure maybe sector people you know like you know have worked very very high flight. You know a monetary Owns would be in on christmas coming up now in as well f. Be a nice visible staff. You know teams are much better in the hospitals. Now i suppose compared to where wear but take us back. You and i've spoken a couple of times. Takes us back to a time. When you were short of p. p. e. and you're just trying to mop up and keep ahead of his damn thing huge numbers of very very sick people. Some people said. I remember talking to someone here on the program morning said the teen warning. Ten patients die in the space of a curler weeks. It must have been terrifying time. A couple of days off won't make up for that enough. Nope absolutely not and people are burnt to. Pj people are tired. You know because it was like looking back. I mean the preparation that we got fantastic preparation.

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LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate

"So turns out the los angeles fire department is got some tough guy johnson who would know. Tell us. Yeah and it's not just them the la fire department and the lapd have all gotten together. In fact i had a few of the officers from the lapd who are involved in this group that are suing over the vaccine mandate it turns out that in california governor newsome's desire to get everyone who works for the state vaccinated is not going over very well with the first responders who served us during the pandemic and this includes frontline workers who worked at hospitals. Nurses are leaving their jobs. The fire department l. a. fire. Lapd la sheriff's department california highway patrol. They are all organizing to push back against the

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US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk

Start Here

02:02 min | 8 months ago

US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk

"September twentieth was supposed to be an important date an approval from the food and drug administration. The cdc's committee of outside experts will be ready to start. These booster's booster program. During the week of september twenty weeks ago. The white house told us that starting september twentieth today americans would likely be able to sign up for a co vaccine. Booster shots visor. Certainly thinks it's vaccine needs a booster. The drug maker itself suggested after six months it's vaccine efficacy could wayne so on friday. Fda advisors met to discuss the idea of boosters but they emerged with a surprise recommendation of their own vote did not have. The majority voted no rather than agreeing with a vaccine maker rather than agreeing with some of the top scientists and the biden administration the fda advisory panel announced. That booster shots should be available soon but only for senior citizens and other select groups some important distinctions. Here let's break it down with. Abc's aimed flaherty who covers federal agencies. And and what is the actual recommendation here like. Who's going to be able to get a booster shot and win right. So i think it's important to remember. The fda actually hasn't decided yet. This is an advisory panel that was looking at the data and they were only looking at data that related to pfizer. So this is the first vaccine that rolled out. It rolled out mostly to nursing homes and health care workers more than nine months ago and what they did was. They looked at a lot of data. That was coming out of israel to determine whether or not people need a booster thaw back. The booster do improved protection by tenfold against confirmed infection and for elderly against superior kobe. Nineteen day said. They don't think boosters for all makes sense they think seniors and people who are at high risk of severe covet those two groups they think should have to go back and get an extra booster and they also said that they support people who are at serious risk because of their job so frontline workers healthcare workers even teachers. They mentioned they think those people might wanna consider getting extra

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US FDA Recommends Booster Jabs for Over 65s

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:50 min | 8 months ago

US FDA Recommends Booster Jabs for Over 65s

"Few days before the official start of fall. What was billed as the summer of freedom has come and gone on the national mall more than six hundred thousand flags one for each life loss to covert the sea of white representing unfathomable and devastating toll. Just three months ago the. Us daily case average was nearing a record low about eleven thousand new cases. Now we're averaging about one hundred forty three thousand cases per day reporting roughly one million cases over the last week and while president biden hoped an fda advisory panel would recommend boosters for all vaccinated americans on friday. The panel voted to recommend boosters only for those sixty five and older or at high risk of severe disease. Dr anthony found. She is standing by joins us in just a moment. But we begin with the latest on that fda recommendation and what it all means for some of the most vulnerable as the school year gets underway. It was just last month at president biden. Laid out his plan for booster shots. These booster program is start here. September twentieth pending approval. Fda cdc committee outside experts that approval did not come for everyone and while the handled did not officially vote on it they do support including vulnerable populations like teachers healthcare and other frontline workers in this first round but when it comes to ending the pandemic the message remains clear to vaccinate the unvaccinated. While seventy six percent of adults have received. at least one dose the millions of unvaccinated americans are fueling hospitalizations and directly impacting. Some of the most vulnerable children

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Biden Announces Vaccine Plan for Employers

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:03 min | 8 months ago

Biden Announces Vaccine Plan for Employers

"Vaccine requirements just announced by president biden are not out of the blue. They're not even the first ones we had for. Covert nineteen as new york times notes today. We've already got experience with large employers starting to require vaccination at among other things. But we've learned from that experience so far. Is that the requirements work. They succeed at their goal of getting more people to get the shot last month. For example the pentagon announced that active duty military personnel would have to get vaccinated that has just been announced so far. They haven't hit a deadline for it yet. But already the proportion of active duty personnel. Who had the shot has gone from. Seventy six percent to eighty three percent. Same deal with the. Va seven weeks ago. The va told its frontline. Health workers they had to get the shot since then the number of va frontline workers who've been vaccinated has gone from seventy seven percent up to eighty two percent and still rising same deal at private sector employers like united airlines for example employees. There were told last month that they'd have until october. Twenty fifth to get vaccinated. Well s- only september tenth. Now there's still plenty of time before that deadline hits but already just since laying out that eventual requirement the majority of united airlines workers who weren't vaccinated before that announcement have since become vaccinated. We know it works and we've had plenty of other vaccine requirements throughout our history. That have also worked. But as the president indicated today we also know that republican governors and republican elected officials will sue and try to stop these new policies as if they're totally novel as if this is some brand new idea. The united states supreme court has ruled multiple times going back more than a century that it is not unconstitutional to require americans to get a vaccine. Even if a person doesn't want to in the context of a serious public health threat you can be required to be vaccinated. They ruled that way back in one thousand nine five in the context of mandatory smallpox vaccine requirement in massachusetts. They ruled that way in nineteen twenty two in the context of vaccines being required of students if they wanted to attend

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Kathy McCollum, Mother of Fallen Marine, Is Against Biden's Vaccine Mandate

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Kathy McCollum, Mother of Fallen Marine, Is Against Biden's Vaccine Mandate

"Talking about frontline workers. And how they needed to be vaccinated. And my son was the ultimate frontline worker. You know what I mean? Yeah, my son was the ultimate frontline worker. He just sacrificed his life. To appease a president who was trying to appease China and appease Russia and remove himself from Afghanistan so that China could take over our airports. Two. It is the most disgusting thing in the entire world. And sir, I will talk to you about any topic you would prefer to talk about. I'm well versed in all of them. Um the whole mask mandate is absolutely disgusting. Mhm, the taking away of our liberties. Is absolutely absurd. Um, my boyfriend is a, um I won't say where he works. No, but they're telling him he now has to be mandated. Um, to have a vaccine and he's going to refuse it. He is an Iraqi war veteran, and he is not going to Cal towel. I believe both of us have already been exposed to Covid and I will not give in. I will not be vaccinated for a Uh, whatever disease I've already had. I will not do it, and he will not either, but for Biden to come on and tell the world that the First. You know, the frontline workers are so important when he didn't give a crap about my son. And when I was in Dover Watching my son. Come off that plane, and Biden was sleeping, walking like a zombie trying to get up the plane ramp. Never once did. He acknowledged me. I

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Tyson Foods, Microsoft To Require Vaccination for US Workers

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Tyson Foods, Microsoft To Require Vaccination for US Workers

"Some major US companies are telling workers they will have to get vaccinated against cope with nineteen Tyson foods will require all of its U. S. employees to get vaccinated against covert nineteen becoming one of the first major employers of frontline workers to do so as the virus players again Microsoft says it will require proof of vaccination for workers and visitors similar to Google and Facebook other companies like Amazon and Walmart have declined to mandate vaccines for their frontline employees meanwhile unionized workers at three auto companies General Motors Ford and still Lantis are being told that they will have to wear masks again regardless of vaccination status I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 10 months ago

The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.

"In the us in that fourth wave of covert. There could be a major shift in the cdc's mask recommendations men. An alarming number of new cases. Nationwide making fitzgerald has the latest tonight. The worst case scenario among the unvaccinated. If you're like going back into battle again and it's definitely it's definitely a another way. The highly contagious delta variant fuelling a surge of new cases across the country dire warnings from the nation's top. Dr going into the fall with the delta variant we could have a really serious problem with a considerable surge of infections the variant sweeping through the south texas arkansas and florida accounting for forty percent of new cases in the country but in miami thousands packing a stadium for a live concert here literally drowning and people as the cdc now says they could recommend mass for the fully vaccinated indoors joining cities like los angeles. St louis and new orleans but in arkansas a new law banning mass mandates goes into effect. This week it's important and not to have the current debate about mask wearing but have the current emphasis on getting a vaccine only forty nine percent of the country's fully vaccinated those without the shots making up ninety nine point five percent of cova deaths frontline workers once again with urgent please to the public. We are seeing younger patients. All unvaccinated are sicker. Dr michael building has been working in the cove award in fayetteville arkansas. Since the start of the pandemic he seeing more kobe patients now than ever before. What would it mean. The union collie more people vaccinated less pain and suffering and call less families to tell them their their loved. Ones didn't make it.

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The Problem With Post-Pandemic Work

Reset

01:39 min | 11 months ago

The Problem With Post-Pandemic Work

"So anna last time we talked. I think last time we talked. We were talking about pandemic work burnout. But what's happening with workers. Now that places are beginning to open up again and people are going back to work or their workplace. They're getting more normal. Yeah unfortunately what we sort of have happening is boston. Employers kind of acting like the pandemic never happened or kind of hoping we all pretend like the pandemic never happened. That looks a lot of different ways. You know it looks like asking. Frontline workers to come back but not necessarily paying them more You know paying them. Kinda pre pandemic wages even though they're not working under prepayment conditions. You know it looks like rolling back. Some of these pay increases that we saw during the height of the pendant mc last year. It also looks like you know four sort of white collar jobs. We saw kind of a remote work revolution in the last year but some companies kind of want to forget about that are just saying you know. Only office work works. You gotta come back into the office. All the stuff is problematic. Given that we do still have pandemic going on right and you know a lot of people are vaccinated but some people aren't yet a lot of frontline workers haven't actually had the chance to get vaccinated yet and we also know that people who are immuno-compromised might not be protected even if they are accident that's also a time when mass mandates and other restrictions are lifting so for folks who aren't vaccinated. Things might be more dangerous than ever in certain ways so weird. Transitional time and employers aren't necessarily always being respectful of that.

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This Is Tracie Lamourie and Her Gift

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

01:49 min | 11 months ago

This Is Tracie Lamourie and Her Gift

"Everybody welcome back. This is brandy j voices courage. This season is know your purpose today. I have with me an amazing award. Winning publicist she's the founder of the more media inc. And this is tracey. The maury and tracy please please tell me. I'm saying your last name correctly. Are you got it. Ll amaury and i answered all kinds of bursa a you got it. Awesome awesome awesome chasing. Thank you for being here. Oh not at all. Thank you so much revenue growth anytime. You don't tracy. I want to say you that. I find it amazing that you were founded on kindness. That's my big thing that i live by kindness empathy go. It's everything yup very key. Everything it really is. San wasn't alone that you're not. I know it can feel like it sometimes but but you got right. People are the bottom line. I've always said that from being an activist. Even having my own company is people that are the bottom line. You know not like money yes it is. Can't i feel like you can't run the world like a like a business business world but people will. We're not products. We are not being if people are exactly your frontline workers or customers your everything and you know and it's more than just that can look. I don't even think. I think when activists perspective. It's only recently that i you know got into the business lead ten years in the business world in terms of building a business but all of the platforms that have got. It came from me. Doing activists worth not trying to build a business empire. So it's been a nice

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Too Soon? The CDC Relaxes Mask Guidance for Fully Vaccinated

Short Wave

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Too Soon? The CDC Relaxes Mask Guidance for Fully Vaccinated

"Okay ellison aubrey. Since the new mass guidance from the cdc came out different groups. Industries have responded. Let's start with businesses. Sure i mean. Many of the big retailers are dropping their masking requirements including walmart. Costco starbucks walmart says. It supports employees. Who may choose to continue to wear masks. Even if they're fully vaccinated and all of these chains are encouraging people who are not vaccinated to continue to mask now over the weekend cd. Rochelle walinsky was pressed about the new policy and she cautioned. That masks will be with us for a while. Likely said a lot of people are not vaccinated and they should be masking in many settings. He or she is on nbc. This was not permission to shed masks for everybody everywhere. This was really science driven individual assessment of your risk. And now we all need to work together and cdc is hard at work now saying what does this mean for schools for travel for camps for businesses. I think what she's getting at here. Mattie is there is more guidance to come now. They've shifted this strategy unmasking. A lot of the other guidance for what to do in the office what to do in schools will need to get looked at again reviewed now given how hard it is to police the new policy. I mean it's hard to know who is or isn't vaccinated. This really just comes down to the honor system and dr walinsky ask people to be honest with themselves because people who are not vaccinated are putting themselves at risk. Yeah i i mean alison. This was the part kind of blew me away. I mean this puts the burden on individuals to do the right thing by themselves and also by others. And i i don't know i don't think we have evidence that an honor system will work in the us especially with the stakes being this high. Well there definitely are critics. Marc perron is president of the united food and commercial workers international union which represents about one point three million frontline retail and grocery store workers. He says the guy insists confusing. And that the cdc has failed to consider how it will impact essential workers who face frequent exposure to people who are not vaccinated. And some refuse to wear masks. I think that the guidance should busy. People should wear masks at least until we get to that herd immunity number. We're not there yet. We only have about forty percent of the population fully vaccinated and i. I think that we could have waited another couple of months. And there's also similar concern from nurses mattie leaders of the national nurses united which is the largest union of registered nurses in the. Us say the new policy threatens the lives of patients nurses and other frontline workers across the

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Vax Live Concert Raises $302 Million, Exceeds Vaccine Goal

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Vax Live Concert Raises $302 Million, Exceeds Vaccine Goal

"The backside fundraising concert advocating the importance of vaccine equity has pulled in three hundred and two million dollars exceeding its goal Jennifer Lopez was one of many that wowed the crowd of vaccinated frontline workers global citizen which put on the concert since bonds raised help appear more than twenty six million doses prince Harry and wife Megan were co chairs the pregnant royal taped her message if we work together to bring vaccines to every country and continent insists that vaccines are equitably distributed and fairly priced and ensure that governments around the world are donating their additional vaccines to countries in need then we can begin to fully rebuild we must tackle each of these issues head on Boxing accuracy and misinformation how to faxing distribution moved off as quickly as misinformation just imagine how many lives could be saved the prince appearing in person and thanking the frontline workers I'm Julie Walker

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What to Expect From the Star-Studded 'Vax Live' Fundraiser

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 1 year ago

What to Expect From the Star-Studded 'Vax Live' Fundraiser

"I'm Julie Walker tonight's the night the first major concert since the pandemic began airs on TV and radio with stars like Jennifer Lopez fighters J. Balvin and Eddie Vedder among the big names performing for VAX live it was pre recorded with Jennifer Lopez on stage singing with her vaccinated mom and several thousand fully vaccinated concertgoers a frontline workers Selena Gomez hosted I have family members that are scared of getting the vaccine I'm fully vaccinated and I want to do nothing more than to shine a light on why it's important why people should get it for performer J. Balvin from Columbia were less than four percent of the population is believed activated its personal haha Kobe forties the worst thing you can have you can get off definitely you know I feel like you know I know that the the new the world needs more vaccines excite the concert to reunite the world was put on by global citizens said so far donations have helped them get ten million doses for developing countries I'm Julie Walker

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Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe Provides COVID-19 Vaccinations at Border Crossing

Native America Calling

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe Provides COVID-19 Vaccinations at Border Crossing

"Within days montana's first confirmed covid. Nineteen case black feet nation declared a state of emergency and closed down. Now it's leading the way in vaccinations empire part of this two part story. Yellowstone public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports on how the tribe was successful quickly. Its vaccination effort a ninety five percent. Vaccination rate is much higher than the rest of the country. Several factors made this possible. Vaccines are coming to black feet. Nation from two sources black feats travel health department receives allotments through montana's health department while the to indian health service units on the reservation receive another allocation from the federal government but brittany racine a registered nurse at the tribal health improvement program says the played an important role as well as the fact that everyone in black feet nation was personally impacted by covid nineteen. We're such a small community and so when we would have a death we were all really impacted by it. That had a lot to do with people wanting to get vaccinated so they wouldn't lose a family member are they wouldn't put people at risk. Since march fifteenth twenty twenty black feet nation has lost forty eight tribal members dacoven nineteen rail grant is the nursing instructor black feet community college on a windy day in the feet tribal health departments. Rv mobile clinic. She's supervising nursing students distributing vaccine's grant says the vaccine rollout order was also important frontline workers and healthcare grocery stores and other high contact jobs for vaccinated. I followed by elders. I think that was really encouraging for people who didn't want to because the elders got it i. We also look to them for our guidance. They got it so that guided the younger generation to have a little more. Trust a little more willingness. Even though they were very scared grant says many were worried about the side effects of the vaccine which can include. Fever nausea and body aches. She says elders also needed to confront traumatic past experiences to get the vaccine

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Official: Biden moving vaccine eligibility date to April 19

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Official: Biden moving vaccine eligibility date to April 19

"President Biden is said to bump up his may first deadline for states to make all adults eligible for coronavirus vaccines just last week at least ninety percent of all adults in this country will be eligible you vaccinated by April the nineteenth a White House official says that that will be the new deadline for all adults the president will make the announcement at the White House after touring a Virginia vaccination site states have gradually been expanding eligibility beyond priority groups like seniors and essential frontline workers the White House says more than forty percent of adults have received at least one shot Sager made Donnie Washington

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"frontline workers" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That Next in line to get the covert vaccine following the frontline workers they're going to, I think, give it to those 65 older even with the frontline workers and possibly before I mean, are you going to take the vaccine and everything like that? From my company. Has it available to us? It's optional. Okay, I think I mean, I'm still debating whether I'm gonna take it. Ah, lot of nurses are debating because we know who we are in the front line and we see what's going on. And Yeah, granted. I work with the elderly, you know, in long term care. I'm a consultant in a lot of our population got affected by But it was those people over. You know, 82 had all the co morbidity is that we're passing away, but the majority of them they're getting it. They're getting over it. I mean, it's like a flute. And with the different, strange coming out, even if you get the vaccine, there's no guarantee that another stranger to pop up like they mentioned it's gonna be like the virus, so it's gonna mutate. You're gonna have to have different buyer. I mean, vaccines every so often, but I'm swaying more towards the side. I'm going to take it. But I know a lot of nurses that are not they. They're threatening to fire or quit if they're forced to take, really because they don't they see what's going on. And I'm like, Wait a minute. Numbers that are being projected out there. I mean, I work with people over 80 all the time and a lot of our residents of that age and I see him every day. You know, some of them get it. They have miles. Flu symptoms get they get over it. And yet, that small percentage that has a bunch they might be obese. They have diabetes they have, you know, as I'm a ton of other elements. Yeah, they're gonna expire but by the same token They would have got pneumonia over the flu. They might have expired as well. Well, so, yeah, I mean, it's it's a tough decision, but I mean, I hope you lean toward it, David and I appreciate you sharing. I got to go to a break now, but that was a good call. I appreciate you fill. Robert Joe. Just hang on the line will be back in just a few minutes. Todd and don show everybody Todd Jeffries here and I want to tell you about the home health experts at zero Rez. Yeah, it's time to clean those carpets, especially before family arrives for the holidays. And they can clean three carpeted rooms for only $119.0 as they do it a little bit different. No toxic chemicals, no detergents. They're gonna They're never going to bring that into your home. And it's a powerful truck mounted system that sucks the dirt dust, pet hair and contaminants that air trapped deep inside your carpet fibers. This will improve your indoor air quality. If you have allergies or asthma. This is going to help you breathe a little bit better. Yeah. Zero rest. They gotta uncredible Special three carpeted rooms. $119. I've seen it with my own eyes have gone out with Brad and his.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And frontline workers will be performed by the blue angels Wednesday morning above downtown Indy then the Indian Air National Guard will fly over Thursday morning says Indiana National Guard general deal Lyles this is our state's opportunity to recognize the dedication of our front line responders and to thank them for their unwavering support as they work to mitigate the cove in nineteen virus uses the flyovers will be part of training missions that are already planned Cass county now has the seventh highest infection rate in the country one of every thirty seven residents in the county has tested positive for the coronavirus governor Holcomb says hot spots like Cass county will be taken into account when the state begins to lift restrictions in parts of Indiana it could but my point is what's going on what's going on may not be reflective of what's going on itself and to respond to that in family and social services secretary Jennifer Sullivan says area hospitals have enough capacity to handle the workload if more patients turn up or current ones get sicker as for the entire state of Indiana the state health department now says at least eight hundred and forty four Hoosiers have died from the corona virus and a total of nearly sixteen thousand people in the state have tested positive out of eighty four thousand total tests that have been conducted I'm rob coming on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three W. I. T. C. a N. W. I. B. C. dot com now the forecast from the American standard cooling weather center rain is on the way tonight we'll see a few spotty sprinkles late temperatures falling down to the fifties under mostly cloudy skies tomorrow we'll see a few isolated showers early but a better chance of rain comes our way during the afternoon hours as temperatures warm to the.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

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"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Would have been different in book of Anna. The main Characters Watch Rubinstein concert. The present at the bloody Sunday massacre of Saint Petersburg Nineteen Five and they find a manuscript of what Anna credit has novel would have been. It's like a set of Russian dolls story with another story. It is exactly that Russia BOJ Osas Book of Anna was published by the Independent Coffee House. Press based in Minneapolis. These days. It's hard to imagine what are the big corporate publishing houses? You know paying Random House Schuster. Putting out a novel that has written by Mexican author that takes place in Revolutionary Russia and Bogalusa knows that one thing I do see an. I always complain about is. How Fair is that English publishing system? We've writers of our continent that writing Spanish. Shave find it very disgusting. Karmanos right Will Evans Runs Deep Ellum nonprofit publisher in Dallas that specializes in international literature. He says the five big publishers have a narrow lens of what they want from writers. If it's Latin America that means immigration and Crime. It's Russia then politics you know when we publish writers from Russia to Russian writers are often misunderstood. Because if it's not directly address included in his system like directly then these writers are often not published. Evans says that's why literature from Mexico and the rest of the world is so rarely published here in the US. The big publishers control most of the market so only three percent of the books published in the United States. Every year are translated from other languages and then says writers like cut him in Georgia and for the short. We'll hear from earn minute or just a sampling of rich traditions. That is what is great about Mexican literature is that you can write like a central European. You can write like in East Asian writer you could write like an American writer. You can write like Mexican writer because Mexico is as much in the center of the world is. Us's everywhere is the center of the world so that the people who were there. Another center of the world is a small imaginary town on Mexico's Gulf coast in the state of bet cruise. It's the setting hurricane season out last month by new directions publishing author. George says she was surprised when it was picked up another country's first in Germany than the UK and now the US. It's a noble that talks about Mexico. Anna's Mo- parts of Mexico in a really strong local color and I felt that nobody will care it but people from Mexico from the characters of hurricane season hanging out in small family restaurants and in eighteen bars. They listened to ballots by the singer. We get the story revolves around the murder of the local town witch. It's violent though it's not drug cartel violence. It's the violence that women in Mexico. Experience on a daily basis maturity says she wanted the novel to reflect true life. Both in the story it tells and in the way Mexicans speak we always trained to make Double Sans to use Innuendo to spicing saw sandy mentoring. Words and mixing mixing them with English. And it's always like this playful quality in in Mexican Spanish. Mitchell is a relatively new writer hurricane season as her second novel and the first one to be translated into English Katamon Boho Saab Author of Book Cabana and Eighteen. Other novels says she's encouraged to see the success of younger writers like Mitchell. I admire how she could deal with such a terrible moment. Terrible world in the novel and do it so swiftly so intelligently so power for I admire her work I love it. Joseph says there are many other Latin American writers doing great work and hopefully those will make it into English to for the world. I'm Dave lets you. Here's a great example of how opportunity allies within every crisis in parts of Cape Town South Africa Gang. Violence is a reality of daily life but the corona virus outbreak and a nationwide lockdown have brought about an unlikely truce pastor Andy. Steel Smith works with gang members in his neighborhood and Capetown. Many of whom are convicted criminals. Today.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Tourists numbers have dwindled Thailand. I because countries restricted travel and later Thailand. Put a nationwide curfew in place empty tie beaches of lead to a turtle baby boom the leatherback turtle lays its eggs in dark areas where there is no movement places. That are obviously hard to find. Went tourists are on the beaches so far eleven turtle nests have been found. Leatherbacks are the world's largest sea turtles and they are considered endangered in Thailand. One of the most controversial novels of the year has also been one of the most successful American dirt by Gene Cummings. Her novel has been on Bestseller Lists. It was published three months ago but Mexican American writers especially have criticized. The book saying the American Writers Portrayal of Mexico was simply not accurate. It stings all the more because it turns out that annually very few authors from Mexico published in the US. The world's Jorges Valencia spoke with two well-known Mexican writers who have new English translations of their books coming out this spring got him. In Bo- Josiah has in writing for decades. These last few weeks writing from home in Mexico City have been difficult. She says it's hard to focus. My my head has gone other place and my fingers have gone all their place and my Tong is in another space and e- each means like a an immense trip BOJ Osa has published nineteen novels in Spanish. They've been praised across Latin America. Her newest just came out in English. It's called Book of Anna. She says it was inspired. By a scene. In tolstoy's famous epic Anna Karenina. She says tolstoy mentioned in passing. Anna was working on her own novel. And I thought when I read this passage I thought if I had her book published her life maybe.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

15:27 min | 2 years ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

"We've all seen the various reports about how long corona virus remains active uncertain services. A study in the Netherlands has found corona virus in sewage. Hurt John Maeda is one of the authors of the report. He's a professor of the K. W. R. Water Research Institute and at Delft University of Technology. I thought first of all Hurt on that. The gut was capable of killing corona virus. So how do you actually find it in human feces? Well it's actually quite commonly found in human feces and the most recent reports that are emerging state that even his high as fifty percent of people reported with Kofi Nineteen shed virus in their stool and also that the virus can multiply within the industrial track. Not only the lungs but also in the intestines so does the virus remain active once. It's in sewage and our sewage workers at risk. Yeah that's a question that many people have in and around to where community if I can call it that researchers have relooking in stool have been trying to cultured if out of tools and there are two reports from China showing that they can do it but only with a few cases in a report from Germany that stay calms so we think that the infectivity of the virus may not be that high end devices. Not Very robust. So that's in the sewer system which is a hostile environment for the virus. That's it will rapidly be inactivated if its effects. Your says still after being shed of course. are filled with all kinds of nasty bugs so there are normal. Protective measures protective equipment are recommended for certain activities where to exposure viscous? High older recommendations are at these normal protective measures also protect against this new virus. How rapidly would corona virus die off in silicon? And what are the risks for the general public? We don't have data yet on inactivation in sewer systems we have inactivation data of what? I- tentacle is nephew. One virus with the epidemic net. Two thousand two and three. The data suggests that it dies within two days at twenty degrees and within two weeks at four degrees in source systems so that is more rapidly than most of the viruses. Did we already know about? It are transmitted through the water borne twenty degrees Celsius about seventy Fahrenheit. So you studied waste. In the city of Amersfoort found the virus before any cases were reported there and individuals. Is that a clue as to how your discovery might be useful in dealing with the corona virus. We feel that with this. Particular virus has more shook relation than we see in the the numbers of the health surveillance. And that's why I think which is particularly helpful in understanding this wider circulation of the virus. And maybe even earlier than the health surveillance I think. We were five days to a week earlier than reported case. So if you could use case then I think you can. At least have early warnings to see if virus enters the community or if it re emerges again for instance in the winter so I think yes which veins concertedly complement. What we do in health surveillance and probably serve as an early warning to. I mean it. Sounds like a crucial way of tracking spread tracking sewage and a relatively straightforward way with one sample. We can sample ten thousand or a hundred thousand. People so surveillance appears to be pretty sensitive. Her Tianhe made him a CO author to report on Tracking Corona virus in human sewage. He's professor at the K. W. R. Water Research Institute in The Netherlands. Her John. Thank you very much. You're very welcome. News headlines are coming up your with the world in times of a pandemic rival gangs in South Africa or laying down their arms and handing out food together. What was happening here. Today is is literally America. It's absolutely incredible. Plus American Fulbright scholar in Beijing takes on a new job getting medical equipment in China for US hospitals. The store is still ahead here on the world ask any New Yorker and they'll tell you Bodega are important fixture. In their city the small corner stores sell everything from milk and eggs to cat food and rolling papers but with the corona virus. Many of these stores are shutdown. Ones that are still open face. A huge challenge had to keep running while making sure the staff stay safe. Here's the world's Sharon Jafari step outside. Twenty Naseem Unknown. Tasers has been helping out his parents grocery store in Brighton. Beach Brooklyn is a college student but now that schools are closed. He's spending more time at the. Bodega gets very busy. I mean we sell fruits and vegetables and krona wires pandemic has ravaged of York City. Somebody goes shutdown of cut their hours but for the Montas or family things have gone the opposite direction demand skyrocketed and so now seems parents decided to keep the store open twenty four hours a day. It's good business for short but nothing says it's also stressful. I have never thought of fear going to work. Simple fear like waking up the next and not of the fear comes from not having enough protective gear. Like masks and gloves. It's been over a month where we've been using the same gloves. We've been using the same gloves. We've been using the same masks and that's unsanitary itself. Bootlegger's can be a Cornell. Virus Minefield often small cramped spaces with little won't for social distancing some stores have put up plexiglass. Naseem says that separates the employees from customers but at his workplace. They haven't done that in some way. They provide more than eighty percent of the food. People by. That's according to report put out by the city and many of these businesses are owned and operated by immigrants. Ninety percent of Yemeni Americans are actually merchants the be Montasser Hits The Yemeni Merchants Association a group that represents more than four thousand small business owners across New York City. She says when the outbreak began many Buddha go workers didn't realize how serious it is because many of our Bodega owners as well as their workers. Were you know twelve to fourteen hour shifts? They don't have the luxury to follow the news and to you know. Keep up to date on on everything. In some cases she says language is a barrier so her organization started translating Educational Material About Kobe. Nineteen and send them out to bootlegger's across and now they've launched a campaign to donate safety kits. Three to five masks a bottle of hand sanitizer and a box of one hundred. Latex gloves that they can use you know during their operating hours these items have been in short supply in New York City Atlanta says. She's relied on personal contacts to get a hold of masks and gloves from China. She says the city has agreed to waive tariffs on. The New York. City has a department that works with small businesses. I asked them about protective gear for Bodega workers and they didn't respond others. Zendani is a daily shop. Employee tells me his still waiting on new masks. Just one mass has been on me for a week and a half now which you're supposed to change every six hours. Sudani is a high school student. Has Being helping out at his father's business called the ten star daily. I worked a couple of blocks from the Brooklyn Hospital which also has two trailers where all the dead bodies are in and then he says it gives him chills to think about the trailers sometimes the nurses from the hospital stop by the store. They come and they tell us experience like what they have that they see people dying in front of their their own is which is very sad they give him advice on how to sanitize surfaces in the daily and how to keep safe his doing his best says but he knows coming into work is risky so I get home and it's hard as soon as I walked into the house. I don't want to like for example. Catch it while outside and pass it on to my sisters and my family and I have my grandma. She's upstairs where she's in. She's pretty old and I don't want to pass that on Civil Bodega workers. Tell me they feel like they don't have a choice. But to keep their businesses open their neighbors depend on them and they have bills to pay to. Here's Anisimov Montazeri again. We are thus seen right. We are what's going on in New York City people coming to us. A lot of supermarkets are closed. You know we really need people to take this seriously so far. The Yemeni Merchants Association knows about these sixty five per data employees who've tested positive for covert nineteen. It says more than a dozen people have died from the disease for the world. I'm sharing Jafari Adam. Carter was a fulbright scholar teaching eighth grade and Beijing when the corona virus outbreak hit his school shutdown with his newfound extra time he got an idea work as a middleman. Help supply chinese-made masks and gloves to hospitals back in the states. That were desperate for them. It seemed like a no brainer. But then Adam Carter actually tried it. I wish I could sit here and tell you that it's been a massive success in that. I've successfully sent over millions of of masks but actually it's been a lot more difficult than anticipated. I've learned a lot about the industry here and a lot about the current situation in some of those roadblocks. So how much have you had connecting Chinese suppliers of PB? Things like masks and gloves back to hospitals in need in the US. Well I've been really careful not to push through any deals that are in jeopardy of arriving not getting through customs and the safest way to get around that is to really buy them at a retail. An send them Fedex. So I've got a shipment of fifty k. And nine five masks on their way now to a family of doctors in Boston and I'm working with a local partner to try to push through some Some bigger bigger scale deals out. So that's where we're at right now. Has IT BEEN DISAPPOINTING? I mean it. It has been disappointing. I mean it's an education and I think any any industry we can't expect to step in and mastered. I didn't I didn't know the intricacies. I didn't know the level of bureaucracy that I was up against. Obviously you know we go in with good intentions and sometimes we learned. We learned a hard lesson. Luckily there were no deals went awry. And there's nobody missing any enduring thing so yes it's been disappointing. But at the same time we were moving forward and hoping that this new new partnership now will help us deliver. Some badly needed ep into to the states in and beyond. Explain how you came to all of this? How did you identify the need back in the states? I mean it's in Chicago specifically that you were intending to help out. And what roadblocks blocks did you encounter Connecting Chinese suppliers of personal protective equipment? Like mask and gloves. I was in touch with a friend of mine from Boston. Actually and her family are doctors and She contacted me and said her father's hospital was in need of some of these masks so I thought well it sure. Let me see what I can do. You know I started started doing some research and trying to find Chinese suppliers. That would be able to ship this stuff over there. What I've come to learn is that as one person told me it's belligerent. Chaos right now. Basically a lot of Chinese suppliers have started producing these P p. e. mainly because the economy obviously slowed here in China and a lot of factories found themselves idle and realize there's a huge demand so they started making these masks in equipment like that so as a result you have just a lot of new players. You really don't know who they and there's a lot of bureaucracy. Obviously certification that needs to be approved in their fide before it can be shipped out. You're also doing this in the midst of a pandemic we have to remember are. Are you concerned about getting? Infected Yourself No I'm I'm I'm really not concerned here in here. In China there have been no transmissions in China in the last few days in fact. I know Beijing has in the last week. We haven't even had any transmissions here so people are still being cautious but it seems like it's much safer to be your in China than it is to be back home. For example Adam. Carter was a fulbright scholar teaching eighth grade and Beijing. He's still in Beijing but is now trying to act as a broker. Connecting chinese-made p. p. e. two hospitals in the US at needed Adam. Thank you very much for speaking with us. It's been a pleasure moment but thank you. You might find what I'm about to say. Ironic but corona virus news is starting to feel like information overload. The important science is nonstop. The news updates our constant not everyone though on this planet is so hyper connected in Mexico. Radio stations are trying to fill in some critical gaps. Here's reporter Lorena Riaz. Every night at seven pm there some new ritual in Mexico when many people here a message they know by heart gave up in Gaza in Gaza. Stay home says Lopez thin- Mexico's deputy. Health Minister speaks with his team on stage at the National Palace. Mexico's White House. They go over. The latest corona virus numbers. It's a lot of charts and graphs. But health officials have also created a superhero cartoon to get their messages across so seventy stunts. Yeah or a healthy distance in Spanish. So he's he's on these fancy angles stupid she wears a wonder woman style. Leotard hot pink boots and she extends her arms out creating a bubble of distance around her. She's all over the Internet but not everyone sees these campaigns. Nearly one third of Mexico's population lacks Internet access. That's about forty million people. One radio station is trying to bridge the digital gap here in indigenous. Jackie language. New Rob. You with Northey who get your food stress abuse.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Right now. It's a women. Corona virus hit Hassan. Put down his camera and began another job as a cleaner and his local hospital. So I work eight hours a day seven to three when we get there. We are giving uniform so are closed. Go into a separate bag and then we buy uniform on and then put our on and then I work at a at one of the covert nineteen words and I thought scrubbing and disinfecting. The tables bed frames every touch. Point like everything that you can touch with your hand mop the entire floor and it takes me like seventy seven and a half hours and then take a shower and come back home so. I'm just really curious what this experience has been like for you specifically was there something with a pandemic that you did not really understand before taking this job and now you do get it. Yes so I have an issue with the rhetoric that this pandemic is the great leveler. I keep hearing this phrase everywhere and the great leveler. It's like kind of disease that we've been told will attack everybody regardless of wealth or class or CETERA which is true it does attack everyone but we don't experience it at similarly you know like self isolating in a mansion in the suburbs of California isn't like self-isolating in a refugee camp in northern Syria or in one of the Greek islands like Lesbos. Moria comes when you have access to medical health and when you can actually gets on events later on things Accelerates that's great but if you are in a refugee camp because I'm speaking as a refugee if you're in a refugee com there's no running water there is no hand sanitizers and you cannot technically self-isolation attendance. So I don't think is the great equalizer or the lever. I know it's we're all going through this but we are experiencing differently. There's a video that's been making the rounds in the UK. You've probably seen it. You Clap for me now. The HASHTAG Two media producers put it together and we see a number of immigrants speaking about and you may think it's they're speaking about themselves strangers from overseas taking jobs but it's actually the corona virus are talking about you.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I haven't ever thought of vehicle tour simple fear like waking up the next day and one of the minor tragedies of this pandemic relatively speaking barrels of beer or being poured down the drain in London old. Rather give it away then. Have Throw why. It's dreadfully said. I'm Marco Werman. Those stories are more today around the world. Even one life is precious. Those were the words this afternoon from. Ted's Gabe races. The head of the World Health Organization said we all need to come together to fight the corona virus pandemic if Daddy's a national unity and if there is global solidarity if we take this as a common enemy for humanity and give our best of course understanding that this is a new virus and dangerous virus. We can win the fight we can an impassioned plea Gabriel said. Let's not play with fire. The Corona virus has infected nearly two and a half million people worldwide. Nearly one hundred seventy thousand people have died from cove in nineteen. Those are only the confirm cases. Scientists warned. This figures are likely much higher today. Gabe raises stress. The underlying reality behind the numbers are human lives. Anyone I is the father mother grandfather grandmother of somebody. It's life Gabrielli said humanity has not confronted. Anything like this since the nineteen eighteen flu and just like then Guebuza said the disease were confronting. Today is highly contagious and extremely deadly. He said this time around. We have modern technology to help but stressed again and again nations of the world must work together to stop the spread of disease. I know what over t means. I know what what it means. I know what killer diseases means. I know what is behind all these problems and had been warning. We have been warning from day. One this is a devon that everybody should fight beyond the grim. Statistics are also stories of many people stepping up to help small acts of selflessness like shopping for an older neighbor. Who can't get to the store or people sewing protective masks for strangers? Then there's the story of Hassan a cod. He's a filmmaker in London. His documentary exodus tells his own story of fleeing the Syrian civil war. Three years ago he was accepting an award from the British Academy Film and Television Arts for US understand. How severe this looming for me is exactly months ago. I was on a dinky trying to cross from taking degrees than on here.

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"frontline workers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"frontline workers" Discussed on KOMO

"Frontline workers safe learn more at impact Washington dot org that impact Washington dot org the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk temperatures cool off noticeably this morning we're down to the upper thirties low forties in many locations perhaps even dipping to the mid thirties for the south sound will be in the low sixties by noon in the afternoon soar into the mid to upper sixties in many locations perhaps a few low seventies even for the south sound we will continue our blue skies and sunshine with dry weather too I'm meteorologist Abby accounting the couple weather center now you're cold headlines art Sanders good morning talks in Washington are accelerating on a stopgap coronavirus relief bill aimed at helping small businesses Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke Wednesday about president Donald trump's request for two hundred and fifty billion dollars in emergency aid Chinese leaders have reopen factories and shops in an effort to revive the economy to the consumers are spending propels most of China's growth have been slow to return to shopping malls and all auto dealerships getting another view of how coronaviruses hurting the state economy new numbers from the employment security department show that our state lost eleven thousand one hundred jobs last month as compared to a gain of three thousand nine hundred jobs in February March downturn push the state unemployment rate from three point eight to five point one percent arts Sanders komo news it's not surprising if you have two or three high interest credit cards in your wallet right now a lot of people do why not pay them off with a credit card consolidation loan from like stream like stream believed that people with good credit deserve a better loan experience and that's exactly what they deliver quickly roll balances from multiple credit cards into one single monthly loan payment lifestream credit card consolidation loans have rates from just five point nine five percent APR with auto pay and there are no fees you can even get your money as soon as the day you apply this Lister road in needed to get a debt consolidation loan heard about the service on the radio check that out went.

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