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"The church market get building died. 55 year old sergeant Gilbert Bobby Polanco died due to complications from Kobe. 19 Pain, says San Quentin has recently established field hospitals inside the prison in order to reduce the strain on outside medical institutions. Three separate class action lawsuits were also filed in federal court on behalf of prisoners throughout the CDC, our prison system, but those legal actions have yielded little result, according to co litigator Michael Bean. He says the first goal of those lawsuits is too thin. The prison population which is still currently over 100% capacity across all state prisons. 72%. Other people have died today. I have been people of color. Interestingly, something that we've been pointing out to the courts to CCR. 72% of also then people with disabilities, people, serious mental illness or people of other idea recognised disabilities. Again. These tends to be the same people who also have preexisting medical traditions being says the average age of people dying of Kobe, 19 in prison is 60 for. He also says that of the 6500 medically vulnerable prisoners Governor Gavin Newsom had slated for early release back in April on Lee, eight have been released. I'm Chris Lee reporting for KPFK. Civil rights attorneys allege that although about 1900 covert 19 test kits were sent to the Immigrant detention center in Avalon Toe. California. Immigration and Customs enforcement officials refused to allow the vast majority of that. Them to be used. KPFK radios Dan Fritz reports from Los Angeles. The O U, says the refusal to give tests to people who are symptomatic of the virus infection is medically. And morally repugnant. Previous order to follow CDC guidelines was issued on April 23rd as part of a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit concerning conditions at all Toronto during the discovery phase of the lawsuit, the U says emails and other materials revealed substantial violations of the CDC guidelines. Including on covert 19 testing. The filing says that on May 23rd an official with the private company Geo Group, which operates the Atlanta Center on Contract sent a message that about 1900 test kits. Enough to test all people detained and staff members at Toronto were shipped overnight to the facility is here. You alleges Geo planned to begin offering testing toe all staff in all detainees. On the day the test kits arrived, but ice halted the plan..
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"Plus is the U. S approach to the border to old fashioned the technology for securing the southern border has grown dramatically so that you have technology that you can use today. That is probably more cost effective than this antiquated for the wall. Now these headlines Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is blaming congressional Democrats for the deadlock in negotiations on the next Corona virus relief package. Speaking on the Senate floor today, McConnell once again to a game at the $3 trillion measure passed by the Democratic controlled House in May. Democrats are demanding that we sent Fayed local governments a colossal Amount of money. With no relationship actual need. Molly only spent 1/4 25%. Of the money they've already gotten. Democrats are also pushing to extend a $600 weekly unemployment benefits, which expired more than a week ago. Republicans have offered 1/3 of that amount. The two sides also remain at odds over additional funding for Corona virus testing and liability protections for businesses amid the pandemic. Republicans say the Democratic plan is too costly. Democrats accused Republicans of nickel and dime ing their way to a deal. The World Health Organization says the world is on track to hit 20 million confirmed Corona virus cases this week. While the U. S and Latin America are still the source of most cases, NPR's Ping long reports. Some parts of Europe and Asia are also seeing a surge in the number of infections in northern England. Some counties have reinstated lockdowns and banned people from visiting others at home. Tokyo's mayor is telling people to cancel summer travel and stay in the city as case counts rise. Michael Ryan, director of Health Emergencies program says it's inevitable that the Corona virus will spread when locked down. Restrictions were lifted. You can call that a second wave. You can call that a second spike You can call that a flare up. You can call it anything you like. Take the pressure off this virus. The virus will bounce back. He says that good contact tracing and data mean these lockdowns can be targeted too specific places and groups of people where case counts are climbing. And that the rest of society can be spared. Ping Guang NPR NEWS, a new study suggests President Trump's attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden on crime may not be working. NPR's Domenico Montanaro reports on findings from an NPR Marist Focus group in the key state of Arizona. The focus group consisted of eight voters a mix of Trump supporters, Biden backers and undecided voters. They were played. A trump campaign ad alleging a Biden presidency would result in a defunding of police a rise in crime and no one to answer 91 calls. But these Phoenix area voters, even the Trump supporters said the ad didn't reflect reality. They were far more concerned about the Corona virus in their state where cases air spiking. Many said the state opened far too soon and felt there should be more guidance from the federal government. Domenico Montanaro. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks closed mixed on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 357 points. The NASDAQ composite down 42 We're listening to NPR news in Washington. Live from Kait MediaNews. I'm terrorist. Siler announced 20 layoffs today, representing roughly 5% of our workforce. A number of other employees had their hours reduced. This nonprofits. Leadership blamed a sharp decline in corporate sponsorship due to the Corona virus. Pandemic is Rachel. My Wrath has more. The organization Science Department took what may have been the biggest hit, losing three journalists leading Corona virus coverage in an email to the staff president and CEO, Michael is it said recent cost saving measures were not enough to offset the need to lay some people off. In the next fiscal year, which starts in October. In April, he received a paycheck protection program loan to help cover three months. That resource is now ended, but the pandemic has not a sip, wrote Membership revenue. Which hell steady this year is expected to drop next year is our listenership is also struggling due to the pandemic. I'm Rachel Myrow kick you in the news. And to maintain editorial independence. No one from senior Leadership leadership team reviewed this report before it aired. 1/9 state prison staff member has died from Cove in 19 complications. This time, a correctional officer at San Quentin 55 year old Gilbert Bobby Polanco, worked on death row and had been fighting Kobe 19 for over a month. He died early yesterday morning. Over 250 staff members at San Quentin have tested positive for the virus. Of those, about 90 have returned to work. I'm terrorists. Isler in Oakland..
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"First. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London. President Trump is tweeting that he wants congressional Democrats to call him. The tweets come two days after Trump signed a Siri's of executive actions he said were aimed at Corona virus relief. As NPR's Tamara Keith reports. The White House's still seeking legislative action talks broke down on Friday, prompting President Trump to follow through on his threat to extend Corona virus relief through executive action. But his orders and memorandum Sze have significant limitations and face likely legal challenges. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, speaking on CNBC, said he thinks a deal with Democrats in Congress is still possible. I heard Pelosi over the weekend and Schumer and I think they're willing to Compromise so again if we can get a fair deal would do it this week, but the president needed to take action. He's not going to sit around in a tweet. Trump accused Democratic leaders of being hardliners who don't want to compromise but added quote, they know my phone number exclamation point. Tamara Keith. NPR NEWS. Lebanon's prime minister has announced the resignation of his government after last week's devastating explosion that destroyed much of the capital Beirut. NPR's Ruth Sherlock has the latest announcing the resignation of his government. Prime Minister Hassan Diab said he was heating the people's demand for change. His decision followed the resignation of several key members of his cabinet earlier in the day, including the justice and finance ministers. Please come in response to mass public outrage as it emerged that the massive explosion last week was likely an accident and the result of years of negligence by political officials. In recent days, protesters, many of whom have lost their homes in the blast, have called for politicians to resign or hang The explosion is the latest disaster for people already suffering an economic crisis that has been blamed in large part on state corruption and the squandering of public funds with Sherlock NPR news, Despite some earlier predictions, the World Health Organization says code 19 does not seem to follow seasonal patterns, like other viruses such as influenza. W. H O Emergencies, Chief Mike Ryan says. While the flu mainly spreads in winter, the novel Corona virus is clearly not retreating in summer. This virus has demonstrated no seasonal pattern as such so far, but it is clearly demonstrated these you take the pressure off the virus. The virus bounces back. That's the reality. That's the fact you can call that a second wave. You can call that a second spike. You can call that a flare up. You can call it anything you, like. The U. N Health agency is urging countries to maintain vigilance and measures to control the virus spread. On Wall Street stocks are mixed as investors look to a Corona virus stimulus plan Last check the Dow up 277 points. This is NPR. Live from Kait Q. E D NEWS. I'm Danielle Benton THIE, Okla Find you. The Oakland Unified School District is starting virtual schooling today without an agreement with the teachers union, Sarah Husseini reports the district and the teachers are still negotiating over what instruction will look like. The two sides, which have been in talks since early last month, are still hashing out just how much time teachers will be expected to prepare and teach, especially how much they'll teach life zoom. Despite the uncertainty for students and their families. Andrea Dooley, who has two boys at Oakland Tech and as president of the parent Teacher Student Association, says she isn't too worried. Oakland Tech is a huge school, so it is often already a little bit hectic in the first week where kids don't have all their textbooks and don't have their class schedule set in an email. Oakland Unified School Board president Jody London said she's hopeful that the two sides will settle soon. I'm Sarah Husseini. Good news. 1/9 state prison staff member has died from Kobe, 19 complications this time, and for the first time a correctional officer at San Quentin, 55 year old Gilbert Bobby Polanco, worked on death row and had been fighting Cove in 19 for over a month. He died early yesterday morning. Acting San Quintin Warden Ron Broomfield said Polanco's memory will be carried by the staff who continue to fight the Koven 19 infection at San Quentin. Over 250 staff members at San Quentin tested positive for the virus. Of those, about 90 have returned to work. I'm Daniel Vent in the news.
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"Bay Area. Learn more at S f l g dot com On K Q. E D the time right now is 7 30 Live from Kait. Greedy news. I'm Danielle Benton, The head of California's Public Health department has resigned last night, Dr Sonya Angel announced she was stepping down. Angel is departing from her role as director and state public health officer. She did not give a specific reason for leaving, state officials say. Sandra Suri, who works at the California Health Care Foundation, will become acting health director. Dr Erica Pan, who was recently appointed state epidemiologist after being Alameda counties. Top health official will be the acting state public health officer. A new study from the city of San Jose finds that while immigrants largely make up the essential work force, they are being disproportionately hit by the economic effects of the pandemic Shannon Lin reports, according to the study, published Friday. Immigrants, including those who are undocumented, make up a large percent of the agricultural food service and health care sectors and CNN say, however, many are also employed at businesses like hotels and salons that have suffered amid shelter in place orders. So Mama See, l is the director of the city's Office of Immigrant Affairs. She says she's particularly worried about undocumented immigrants who don't get federal aid. It's a community not only of going to Matt with ease public benefit like these checks, but they are so are least likely to have adequate insurance most likely to be renters. Maciel says the city has been providing income relief checks to undocumented immigrants through private donations. I'm Shannon Lin News. A knife. State prison staff member has died from Cove in 19 complications this time, and for the first time a correctional officer at San Quentin, 55 year old Gilbert Bobby Polanco, worked on death row and had been fighting covered 19 for over a month. He died early yesterday morning. Acting San Quentin Warden Rob Ron broom, Feld said Polanco's memory will be carried by the staff who continue to fight the Koven 19 infection at San Quentin. Over 250 staff members at San Quentin tested positive for the virus off those about 90 have returned to work. The East Base. First bus line with dedicated lanes has opened weeds for Cal Maria Dylan has more A C transit has given its new bus rapid transit line, a special name. Tempo, but it actually just replaces the busy line One, which runs from the San Leandro Bart Station through east Oakland to 20th and Broadway and Uptown Tempo has brand new buses that can interact with traffic lights to speed their way and 46 stations, mostly in the middle of international Boulevard. Transit planners say the dedicated lane will mean less bunching of buses, with writers waiting no more than 10 minutes during peak commuting ours. The project took 20 years cost $232 million faced stiff opposition from business owners on international. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan News. More at TBD dot orch IM Danielle Benton Support today comes from fieldwork brewing, featuring same day delivery of craft beer, seven Bay Area locations, online orders it fieldwork brewing dot com. On morning edition Coming up Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai was arrested under the new National security Law Lie is the most significant figure to be targeted since the long was imposed by China more than a month ago. Stay tuned. The idea that having Children is the mark of a normal successful life has lingered in American society. Despite pushback and many people today, especially women still face scrutiny over the decision not to have kids.
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"How schools will make remote learning accessible to every student if needed. This is NPR news. Live from KGB news. I'm Kate Wolf. The East Base first bus line with dedicated lanes opens today. After two decades of planning and construction committee's work. Tell Maria Dylan has more A C transit has given its new bus rapid transit line, a special name. Tempo, but it actually just replaces the busy line One, which runs from the San Leandro Bart Station through east Oakland to 20th and Broadway, in Uptown Tempo has brand new buses that can interact with traffic lights to speed their way and 46 stations, mostly in the middle of international Boulevard. Transit planners say the dedicated lane will mean less bunching of buses, with writers waiting no more than 10 minutes during peak commuting hours. The project took 20 years cost $232 million faced stiff opposition from business owners on international. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan News. 1/9 state prison staff member has died from Cove in 19 complications. This time for the first time, Ah, Correctional officer at ST Quentin State Prison, 55 year old Gilbert Bobby Polanco worked on San Quentin's death row and had been fighting Cove in 19 for over a month. He died early this morning. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Secretary Ralph Diaz said in a statement issued today that Polanco was the best of CDC are acting San Quentin Ward and Ron Broomfield said Polanco's memory will be carried by the staff who continue to fight the Koven 19 infection at San Quentin. Over 250 staff members at ST Quentin have tested positive for the virus. Of those, about 90 have returned to work on Kate Wolf News Support comes from personal capital, offering instant access to financial tools and advice from home personal.