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"governor reeves" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"K O B. J AM Austin 5 90 A. M and K. 259 A. Jay Austin, 99.7 at BAM Country in morning Fox News. I'm Mary Corsetti over the death of longtime Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia. Fox's Steve Hair again With the latest reaction from the White House. The president has ordered all flags lower. Tohave staff and from Kayleigh Mcenany, the press secretary on Twitter, posting, representative John Lewis was an icon of the civil rights movement, and he leads an enduring legacy that will never be forgotten. We hold his family in our prayers as we remember represented, John Lewis is incredible contributions to our country. Goose, of course, died Friday 80 after a tough fight with pancreatic cancer. He spent 33 years in Congress but is best known as a civil rights icon. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi described representative Lewis as one of the greatest heroes of America. In history and states across the country are seeing a recent spike in Corona virus cases, causing many lawmakers to pause the reopening efforts and enforce social distancing mandates. Speaking on Cavuto Live Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves says he does not think a statewide face mask mandate is the right thing for his residents. We got a lot of people down here, including myself. We don't like to be told what to do. White House Corona virus Response coordinator Top doctor Debra Burkes was in Mississippi earlier this week to discuss the state's response to the Corona virus pandemic. Governor. Reeves said then that Burkes had expressed concern about bars being responsible for the covert 19 spread, and the Republican National Committee has made some changes to its plans for next month's convention in Jacksonville, Florida, a state where the Corona virus is surging RNC Chairwoman Rana McDaniel speaking on Fox and friends, We're gonna have a combination of testing and temperature checks and P p e scaling things down, using more outdoor venues and really putting the health and safety of the convention goers first and foremost the Republican Mention will take place August 24 through Thursday, August 27th. The Democratic Convention happens August 17th through the 20th in Milwaukee. America is listening to Fox News..

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"governor reeves" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Fox News. I'm Mary Core study over the death of longtime Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia Fox's Steve Harrigan. With the latest reaction from the White House. The president has ordered all flags lowered to half staff and from Kayleigh Mcenany, the press secretary on Twitter, posting, representative John Lewis was an icon of the civil rights movement, and he leads an enduring legacy that will never be forgotten. We hold his family in our prayers, as we remember represented, John Lewis is incredible controversy. Oceans to our country. Lewis, of course, died Friday 80 after a tough fight with pancreatic cancer. He spent 33 years in Congress but his best known as a civil rights icon. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi described representative Lewis as one of the greatest heroes of American history and states across the country are seeing a recent spike in Corona virus cases, causing many lawmakers to pause the reopening efforts and enforce social distancing mandates. Speaking on Cavuto Live Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves says he does not think Statewide face mask mandate is the right thing for his residents. We got a lot of people down here, including myself. We don't like to be told what to do. White House Corona virus Response coordinator Top doctor Debra Burkes was in Mississippi earlier this week to discuss the state's response to the Corona virus pandemic. Governor. Reeves said then that Burkes had expressed concern about bars being responsible for the covert 19 spread, and the Republican National Committee has made some changes to its plans for next month's convention in Jacksonville, Florida, a state where the Corona virus is surging, are See Chairwoman Rana McDaniel, speaking on Fox and Friends. We're gonna have a combination of testing and temperature checks and P p e scaling things down, using more outdoor venues and really putting the health and safety of the convention goers. First and foremost, the Republican convention will take place on August 24 through Thursday, August 27th. The Democratic Convention happens August 17th through the 20th in Milwaukee. America is listening.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In Morning Fox News I'm Mary Corsetti over the death of longtime Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia. Fox's Steve Hair again With the latest reaction from the White House. The president has ordered all flags. Lower tohave staff and from Kayleigh Mcenany, the press secretary on Twitter posting represented John Lewis was an icon of the civil rights movement and release an enduring legacy that will never be forgotten. We hold his family in our prayers as we remember represented. John Lewis is incredible contributions to our country, whose of course, died Friday 80 after a tough fight with pancreatic cancer. He spent 33 years in Congress but his best known as a civil rights icon. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi described representative Lewis as one of the greatest heroes. Of American history and states across the country are seeing a recent spike in Corona virus cases, causing many lawmakers to pause the reopening efforts and enforced social distancing mandates. Speaking on Cavuto Live Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves says he does not think a statewide face mask mandate is the right thing for his residents. We got a lot of people down here, including myself. We don't like to be told what to do. White House Corona virus Response coordinator Top doctor Debra Burkes was in Mississippi earlier this week to discuss the state's response to the Corona virus. Pandemic. Governor. Reeves said then that Burkes had expressed concern about bars being responsible for the covert 19 spread, and the Republican National Committee has made some changes to its plans for next month's convention in Jacksonville, Florida, a state where the Corona virus is surging RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel speaking on Fox and friends, We're gonna have a combination of testing and temperature checks and P p e scaling things down, using more outdoor venues and really putting the health and safety of the convention goers, first and foremost..

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"governor reeves" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Country in morning Fox News. I'm Mary Core study over the death of longtime Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia Fox's Steve Harrigan. With the latest reaction from the White House. The president has ordered all flags lowered to half staff and from Kayleigh Mcenany, the press secretary on Twitter posting represented John Lewis was an icon of the civil rights movement, and he leads an enduring legacy that will never be forgotten. We hold his family in our prayers as we remember represent. John Lewis is incredible contributions to our country. Lewis, of course, died Friday 80 after a tough fight with pancreatic cancer. He spent 33 years in Congress but is best known as a civil rights icon. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi described representative Lewis as one of the greatest heroes of American history and states across the country are seeing a recent spike in Corona virus cases, causing many lawmakers to pause the reopening efforts and enforce social distancing mandates. Speaking on Cavuto Live Mississippi governor Take Reeves says he does not think a statewide face mask mandate is the right thing for his residents. We got a lot of people down here, including myself. We don't like to be told what to do. White House Corona virus Response coordinator Top doctor Debra Burkes was in Mississippi earlier this week to discuss the state's response to the Corona virus pandemic. Governor. Reeves said then that Burkes had expressed concern about bars being responsible for the covert 19 spread, and the Republican National Committee has made some changes to its plans for next month's convention in Jacksonville, Florida, a state Where the Corona virus is surging RNC Chairwoman Rana McDaniel speaking on rocks and friends, We're gonna have.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Lewis was an icon of the civil rights movement, and he leads an enduring legacy that will never be forgotten. We hold his family in our prayers as we were Ember represented John Lewis is incredible contributions to our country. Lewis, of course, died Friday 80 after a tough fight with pancreatic cancer. He spent 33 years in Congress but is best known as a civil rights icon. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi described representative Lewis as one of the greatest heroes of American history and states across the country are seeing a recent spike in Corona virus cases, causing many lawmakers to pause the reopening efforts and enforce social distancing mandates. Speaking on Cavuto Live Mississippi The governor Tate. Reeves says he does not think a statewide face mask mandate is the right thing for his residents. We got a lot of people down here, including myself. We don't like to be told what to do. White House Corona virus Response coordinator Top doctor Debra Burkes was in Mississippi earlier this week to discuss the state's response to the Corona virus pandemic. Governor. Reeves said then that Burkes had expressed concern about bars being responsible for the covert 19 spread, and the Republican National Committee has made some changes to its plans for next month's convention in Jacksonville. A state where the Corona virus is surging. RNC Chairwoman Rana McDaniel speaking on Fox and friends, We're gonna have a combination of testing and temperature checks and P P e scaling things down, using more outdoor venues and really putting the health and safety of the convention goers. First and foremost, the Republican convention will take place August 24 through Thursday, August 27th. The Democratic Convention happens August 17th through the 20th in Milwaukee. America is listening to Fox.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | Last month

"governor reeves" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Heart is broken I'm sad that they deemed it upon themselves just to take away our vote we vote in two thousand one I know people say younger people so that's a long time ago and it really was I lived here and I thank you for this class the legislature on Sunday approved a bill that removes the eighteen ninety four flag and set up a commission to choose a new design when governor Reeves signs the bill as he's promised to do the department of archives and history will come up with a plan to officially retire the flag within fifteen days voters will have a chance to approve a new flag in November and now check on your national stories from ABC Texas reported more than five thousand new coronavirus cases on Sunday Arizona was up to nearly four thousand for the day says ABC's Kaylee Hartung there about sixteen hundred ICU beds across the state of Arizona and this morning only around two hundred or less one doctor says even if they have enough beds for this search it won't matter the hospital staff is it physically and emotionally well enough to attend to them vice president Mike pence Sunday encouraged people to wear face coverings health experts say that's the best way to slow the spread of the corona virus members of Congress will get a briefing today on reports that Russia offered bounties to Taliban fighters for killing American service members in Afghanistan president trump tweeted intelligence told him they did not deem the information credible that's why he wasn't briefed to Tulsa Oklahoma police officer is in critical condition they were shot overnight authorities searching for the suspect identified as David where they say he's armed and dangerous Brian Clark ABC news just ahead on the KFBK morning news the list affairs canceled due to the pandemic is growing yet again it's news from your neighborhood in three minutes.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on Today in Focus

"The government for not handling this better. What did he blame governor reeves or or president trump so? I asked a few times. The he blamed anybody what he was going through. And he was very reticent to blame anybody like saved on the best he could do. We've never really had to go through this before. So who do we have him a judge against for what how he's handled it? You know I am. He's deeply religious and said that he relied on his faith to get him free. This time he also said the He's incredibly thankful for the charity that he's received throughout the pandemic but he was very reluctant to talk about what the government owed him and what he should be entitled to as a citizen when you spoke to League governor reason started to ease some restrictions on what kinds of businesses could we was beginning to pick up shifts at his restaurant again. They could serve customers. Takeout and as of today restaurants in Mississippi conserved dine in customers to what are the new measures taking effect in the state? They try to get the economy running again. The Mississippi is moving very quickly to try and reopen. Say They are now gathering twenty people out in the open. Air The opening up restaurants that have to be deep cleaned before that opened and work at fifty percent capacity. They're putting up public parks and retail services as well so it's one of those states that's moving very quickly towards ripening when you can trust what you're seeing even states like California which also moving towards reopening but doing it on a much more measured pace. Are these measures enough? I was worried about his safety. I think Lee he understands the risks. Lee reads the news. He understands absolutely what's going on but at the same time. He says the benefits to going back to work outweigh the risks because he needs the money to support his family. Longest obeys by the rules. You know the social distancing. I believe we'll be right. I mean some of us have to get back to work. We haven't mailed dead. Get through to unemployment or food stamps and I believe some of US need to get back to work me personally. I don't I don't want I don't want on appointment. I don't want to stamps. I don't like Oh hand its own my own worried. When you're going in is still the pandemic still no immunity to this virus? Vaccine experts questioning. The you know going back to soon could lead to another spike in in infections. You're worrying about new guy back. I don't have time to worry about that. I take my family. I mean really. That's how I look at it. I just have to lay my faith in God and I'm not worried about it. I'm not a hundred percent. Sure whether it's not still playing on his mind a little bit but what other people say to you is. This is not a choice that people should be forced to make and that is unfair. The poor workers likely you have already been living paycheck to paycheck who are relying on their employees to basically keep that livelihoods going should be forced into choosing between putting their personal and the family's health at risk and going back and taking money for job that was earlier this week that even trump is pushing nationwide to get states to reopen their economies. His administration is basically privately projecting that this is going to increase the death toll across the country so the death toll could reach around three thousand per day by the beginning of June which is higher than the number of that we have at the moment which is one thousand seven hundred and fifty so I think there is definitely an ben at some levels of government that this push to reopen is essentially going to cause more deaths Oliver. Thank you so much holidays. Piece on reopening Mississippi will be out in the Observer. This Sunday you can follow all of his reporting at the Guardian Dot. That's it for today. This episode was produced by me. Mightily row sound design was by Axel Cudi. The executive producers are filming our and Nicole Jackson..

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"governor reeves" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

11:41 min | 3 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"People should want the other thing. What should a Democratic leader do said famous quotation from Franklin Roosevelt? But I have in the book when he's trying to persuade the American people that they have to stand up to Hitler and it's not working is the best of his fireside chats or failing and Roosevelt tells his press secretary's what do you do. You're a democratically elected leader and you look over your shoulder and nobody's following in one of the things that Roosevelt did is. He lied those a famous case of the greer which is the American destroyer which Roosevelt told the American people that you wrote to German. U Boat attacked the greer. In fact it was the other way around the American ship attacked. First but Roosevelt felt that it was so important for the American people who look ahead to the long run danger of Hitler that couldn't just accept their view which was then extremely isolationist. So when you lie about ships named the MADDOX and the Turner Joy and the war you get us into is Vietnam. That's immoral when you lied about the greer and the where you get into is World War. Two that's moral. Well that's right. The interesting question and I talked about this. The book is how do we judge lies? We know that all people live but certainly all precedent sly. And how do we judge the lies? Sometimes ally is personal regarding. Its for my good sometimes. It's other regarding. Its for your good or people's good and there's also the magnitude of the live what What are the consequences? Roosevelt essentially was thinking of consequences. The turned out to be a good which was that we did. After defeat at lert Johnson was basically looking for a blank check so that he could escalate in Vietnam which turned out to be a disaster so the nature of the lies. The purpose of the lies leads to different moral judgments also. I argue the quantity of the lies. Johnson and Roosevelt lied but not all time one of one of the problems with trump. Is that if you believe the Washington Post fact checkers? In his first thousand days in office he told something like fifteen thousand lies. If you do that you debase the currency of trust. Nobody trusts you or trust your country. That's why there's been a big decrease in American soft power over the last three years. The name of the book is do. Morals matter presidents and foreign policy from FDR trump. The author is Joseph Nye. Thanks so much. Thank you joy. You board with business podcasts. About people who've already made it there are thousands of God's on how to become a successful entrepreneur. The problem is they only tell half the story making it work chicks out. This conventional wisdom tells you what it's really like to run your own company. 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So if you want to hear from entrepreneurs you tell it like it is tune in to making it work and now the Spiel Tate. Reeves Governor of Mississippi. He put the state and kept out the last s because of savings not saving lives however as one of the more aggressive governors reopening or to be more precise one of the least aggressive governors enclosing. Reeve gets to make big brags like this one the media. I've heard some governors talk about when they start reopening. They're going to reopen outdoor construction for instance or they're going to reopen manufacturing in Mississippi. Neither one of those ever closed down and that was on. Cnn on Sunday. He was also on Fox News Sunday. Which is a friendlier forum? Cnn but he was pressed pretty hard by anchor. Chris Wallace about the basic math. Stage aren't supposed to open until they see a steady decline in cases but Mississippi is opening or not remaining close but also opening a little and they actually just saw the state's biggest one day spiking cases. How does reeves account for that? What I would tell you is that we had a one day spike. We went up to three hundred and ninety two cases that were reported early Friday morning. We didn't have time analyze data before we made the announcement and we're trying to be very cautious. And so he said let's analyze the data over the weekend and what we have found is that it was really a data. Don't we got a large number of tests that came in from out of state private labs But we found is yesterday. We reported two hundred and twenty new cases this morning or later. Today we'll report less than one hundred ten new cases so it was a one day blip three explanations their data dump out of state private lab blimp. I don't know what's worse. Would it be an instant data dump or an out of state blip let the philosophers decide? I suppose but all of these in coordination the out of state data dump blip but a confluence of a perfect storm of rolling snake eyes now actually none of those conditions of that spike in figures argue for the spike. Not being a real thing and accurate piece of data to take into consideration an out of state lab. This always happens. Tests are flown to where the testing capacity exists out of state. Labs are Inouye abnormal or unusual during this pandemic. Maybe the implication is you can't trust those Tennesseans. They've always had it in for us. Data dump implies that this is a number that doesn't reflect a one day total but reflects maybe a bunch of days rolled up into one. Okay but the problem with that is all the day's equally distributed were they from disproportionately another day with a high number of cases. It might very well indicate that the numbers are rising. The governor seemed to emphasize that is the case that the numbers aren't rising because look at the low Sunday totals. But you know what Sunday totals are low in most places. There is a usual Abbott to the reporting on weekends in lots of places so whereas on Sunday there were a little over seventy five hundred cases in Mississippi in three hundred three deaths today. New Data from Mississippi emerged and US numbers from the State Department of Health already and across Mississippi State has more than seventy eight hundred cases in three hundred ten deaths. That's wj TV channel. Twelve on your side more so than the governor is Governor Reeves returned to those hundred ten new cases yesterday in the situation room with Wolf Blitzer. We'd been hovering around about between one hundred and fifty and three hundred new cases every day. For instance the one hundred ten new cases we got yesterday was barely a one and a half percent increase in the overall number of cases. Well New York state actually fits that criteria barely more than a one point five percent increase for weeks. Let's look at the death data from New York from yesterday to today. There was only a one point two percent increase in in New York. It's still two hundred twenty six people dead and if tomorrow there are two hundred twenty seven people dead. You could say that there are more dead than yesterday accurate but if you do it on. A percentage basis is actually a slightly smaller percentage than it was today. Because that's how denominators work with percentages. And I might remind you that one hundred ten on Sunday did give way to three hundred twenty seven new cases today. Nothing it seems that numbers the actual numbers make a huge difference to reeves here who was back being interviewed by Fox for the last thirty five to forty days. We've been between two hundred and three hundred cases without a spike. Our hospital system is not stressed. We have less than one hundred people in our state on ventilators. Okay it's not true. Forty days prior to the interview you just heard was march. Twenty four th and Mississippi. Three hundred twenty total confirmed cases on March twenty fourth. That was a seventy one case increase from the day prior and the next day it would increase by fifty seven cases. They've actually had only two days of over three hundred cases that was today in the out of state did dump blip Friday but they have seen a more or less steady rising generally more cases day after day and most as more death and that's because Corona virus is spreading in Mississippi it's not contained and it's not shrinking. There is not a huge outbreak in Mississippi but I should probably more accurately say there is not yet a huge outbreak. And here's what I worry about can tate reeves who provided the data in the manner that I played to a national audience can tate reeves be trusted to react to the facts and the data. He claims to be so driven by. There are some acceptable toe touches into the world of opening up. But I don't know that Mississippi or Georgia or Florida are the places that are going to do. These toe touches right. I think there is this belief that if you're in camp let's get this economy crank and again. You'd WanNa live in a state like Florida Mississippi or Georgia because those governors one open up. But actually I'd be more worried not less. Those governor show habits of not being the least bit reactive to actual data. They seem to be most insistent on going by gut or narrative or ideology or knee jerk rejection of actual facts and data. It is worrying this time where the limitations of immunity are clear but in this case should be governed by a person who is supremely immune to confounding. Evidence is a dangerous thing. And that's it for today. Show Margaret. Kelly's the guests associate producer. She's pretty sure that Justin Trudeau is in love with her but isn't quite as confident that Row Lopez. Obrador has gotten the message that she likes him. She doesn't like like him. Daniel schrader gist producer. Wonders if Under Secretary of State for Carter Beats Assistant Secretary of Defense for Clinton beads married you daughter. For trump the gest out of state private lab data dump blimp met the unfounded unwarranted unsubstantiated scurrilous rumor in a dark alley would either be able to step left around and together with the right. Predappio Ju- Peru and thanks for listening..

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"governor reeves" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Association and American stroke association life is why their grandmother or their grandfather who has a co morbid condition and they have a serious are very odd or an unfortunate outcome they will feel guilty for the rest of our lives so we need to protect each other at the same time we're voicing our discontent Dr Deborah Burks on fox news Sunday also on fox news Sunday Mississippi governor Tate Reeves who saw protests in his state we have a public health crisis in this country but we also have an economic crisis and so when I look at those protesters I know they were protesting for the two hundred thousand Mississippians that have lost their jobs despite not seeing a downward trend in virus cases for two weeks governor Reeves says Mississippi is re opening because hospitals are overwhelmed and fewer than one hundred people are on ventilators to varying degrees most states are re opening Florida governor Ron DeSantis tells fox is Sunday morning futures he'll lay out his path forward tomorrow I think it's going to be a measured step I think it's going to be an important step for people of Florida to know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel we're gonna follow a save smart step by step approach to Florida's recovery as for theme parks like Disney world that have been shut down since mid March the governor says plans are in the works to safely re open global tourism isn't expected to bounce back until twenty twenty three that's according to data and consulting firm tourism economics Hilton Marriott and Airbnb have all announced enhanced cleaning procedures America.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on In The Dark

In The Dark

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on In The Dark

"Have you're thinking about acting. I'm telling you right now. We're going to play football. You guys are trying to graduate on time. It's critical right now that you stay on top of his. I get what you're saying. But it's like given the pandemic mean like he could die in there. What if that happens? Judge Episode One. Greenville Dr Singh ended up in Mississippi three kind of unexpected path. Back at the start of his career he wanted to be a doctor in California but the process to get licensed taking so long are reaching gave all the documents and I was thinking he started getting calls from a recruiter. Talking to him about a place he'd never even heard of Greenville Mississippi. The local hospital there was looking for a doctor are. I'm not going to miss the okay. I have not heard about that state and I. I don't know how to spell it. But you know he was just telling me you don't have to spend a penny you just cut an expedience how to interview for dealing with you. Okay so you just try it. Try It so you know. He was so stubborn. He used to call me every day in the morning every day in the morning. Finally one day Dr Singh decided he was sick of waiting around and when the recruiter called him the next morning Dr Singh told him actually I will come down for an interview. He figured that if he got the job he'd stay. Maybe a few months. Gary Austin Lonely. One question the employees. How many months are weeks advance? Notice I give you. That was sixteen years ago. Dr Singh took the job in Greenville and never left says Martin but it needs might God. Juno many big phones. You don't know anybody. Nobody knows you. This is good actually good relations with down. Most people know me. I know them. Kids are graduating from in the schools. Don't feel like a stranger here. Dr Singh cares for patients with all kinds of infectious diseases. Pneumonia Heart infections brain infections and his job is basically nonstop. When it's the middle of the night and nurse wants to know what to do about a patient whose infection is suddenly getting worse they call Dr Singh. So that's what he's been doing for years. But then three months ago Dr Singh started tracking the striking new virus the new corona virus that was spreading in China. And what he was hearing was frightening this so contagious. Just did this very small amount and they just digital the whole body. The first time we talked with Dr Singh was late March already. There were a few cases of corona virus in Greenville including some patients of the hospital. Where Dr Singh works by that Point Mississippi it already taken some steps to slow the spread of the virus. The state's Governor Tate Reeves had shut down the schools. He urged people to wash their hands. Regularly and Governor Reeves advise people to follow the guidelines issued by the. Cdc The people should avoid crowds and keep at least six feet away from each other. But as we were talking with Dr Singh in late March it was clear that that wasn't what Dr Singh was seeing as he drove around town. I'm not sure how much the community understand the impact of the disease. I mean I just came from the hospital but I sound my way and the Walmart it full parking lot. Full Walmart Kroger. Lowes the parking. Lot Full Lakers black Friday. Dr Singh knew it could happen all these people who seemed healthy right now could be spreading the virus and he was especially worried about them spreading to people who are already sick people with compromised immune systems people at a higher risk of dying from this disease and Dr Singh felt he needed to do something he needed to convince the city of Greenville to shut down. Keep in mind. This is before. The governor issued a stay at home order. This is before lots of places were forced to shut down. Dr Singh started making calls and having other people in his office make calls to any started with a kind of business. There was irking him almost as much as the megastores. Their full parking lots Greenville's gyms or people were still gathering to work out. 'cause I know not to train for business to stay healthy at home i Dr Singh called the manager of extreme fitness. Twenty four seven He was a nice guy in the morning. I caught him at five o'clock. He called me back. He said he closed until further notice. And that's good then. Doctor saying actually sent his office manager in person to the local. Ymca the manager talked to a trainer. There you didn't love the idea of closing up shop but eventually the YMCA shut down to and Dr Singh called the mayor of Greenville Mississippi. A man named Eric Simons Simmons is all about unity. He ran on a platform of uniting the town. His campaign slogan was we are one which was also the name of his campaign song.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on WWL

"In some other regions of the country I'm thinking that Pacific Northwest and then the New England states area that states are working together on plans to sort of re open their economies and and how to move forward I've never been any conversations with other governors in the south or anything or any of our neighboring states about how you're approaching things here and how you will approach things no we haven't had those conversations I can tell you there have been conversations between myself and governor Reeves and in Mississippi about particularly the Mississippi Gulf coast and and how many people live there and work in the greater New Orleans area and vice versa and just how much of a transportation the end of linkage there is between the the two areas but we haven't had specific conversations about trying to synchronize our plans to to re open the economy and and that that may happen whether it's with him or her with governor Hutchinson and Arkansas governor abit in Texas but that hasn't happened today and I don't really see us doing what you're talking about the California Oregon and Washington on the one hand and then it's New Jersey New York Connecticut Massachusetts and for the vitamin B. on the other I don't I don't see that that that's going to happen here Fleischer well I just don't I just don't believe that it's necessary I think if you if you look at the areas where this is happening you have very similar situations in terms of the the amount of coverage that they have in those various states and they have a much greater degree of of interconnectedness in terms of their economies and so forth but if it if it's something that that we believe we should consider I certainly will I haven't been pointed in that direction by anybody instate or anybody in these other states at this point yes Sir governor can.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on KGO 810

"So the corona virus outbreak at sea is led to some emergency action involving a U. S. aircraft carrier the one hundred of the almost five thousand sailors assigned to the USS Theodore Roosevelt have tested positive for corona virus acting navy secretary Thomas moblie says thousands will be removed from the ship we cannot and will not remove all the sailors from the ship and that's not what the commanding officer requested either nor the medical team our plan has always been to remove as much of the cruise we can while maintaining for the ship's safety monthly also says there would be no retaliation against the captain for a scathing letter written to his superiors although they don't yet know who leaked the request to the media Jan Johnson Washington Democrats are trying to re imagine the national convention planned for July in Milwaukee the hill reports officials are considering everything from delaying it to creating a virtual convention online hi Mike moss what do you do if you need cash as many Americans say they now do here's correspondent Julia Chatterley if you have an IRA a retirement account you can now take money out of that there's no penalty if you have a four oh one K. you can also borrow against that to gain no penalties here now admittedly the value is a lot less than it was just a couple of months ago but these are some short term options for people Mississippi governor Reeves is imposing a stay at home order for his state Florida governor Ron de Santis says he'll allow forty nine Floridians from a virus stricken cruise ship it was St but no one else even if they are sick or dead correspondent Rosa Flores.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

06:19 min | 4 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Association. Ball's in your court Missouri Governor. Mike Parson the doctors in your state are basically begging you for their lives. You do what you need to do. Sir. You take your time and misery. You take your time in Mississippi where the making this brilliant argument about not taking Action Governor Tate Reeves saying today. Mississippi is not China. Mississippi is never going to be China. Governor Reeves has an interesting view right now from his state looking either east or West few looks to the East to Alabama. He's got the city of Birmingham Alabama reporting as of tonight that they've got forty-five Corona virus patients hospitalized. Just M already including eighteen on ventilators just in Birmingham already. There's no statewide shelter in place order in Alabama yet either. But as of tonight just a little while ago at least at least even as the state of Alabama will not act at least the city of Birmingham. We'll have a stay at home order in place as of tonight because the mayor requested it today of the city council the city council needed to approve it tonight for it to go into effect and the vote tonight in Birmingham. Alabama was a unanimous. Yes just the other day Councilman Park and several of the council people and ministers and business people from around the city. We had a conversation with our county health director. And his words. Were we about to be hit by Salami nominee. I don't know whether that ring a lot of bills to people but he said a hospital system will be overweight him. He said this will be equal to world war. Two these words that I heard come out of his mouth. Evatt. Don't scare you. I don't know what will that we have no choice but to put legislation such as this place and move forward. You know I love what I do. I enjoy what I do. I enjoy representing people. But if I was just set for this time in moment and never came back again and save one life. I would be able to sleep. That is John Hilliard. From Birmingham Alabama City Council Birmingham City Council voted unanimously to put in place a shelter in place. Stay at home. Order Birmingham Alabama. That one city already has eighteen patients on ventilators already and so because of that city council they have a stay at home order tonight effective immediately but statewide. Don't bother still no order. I'm sure it will just stay in Birmingham next DOOR AND MISSISSIPPI. Still no statewide order. The Governor says we're not China. Why would we need some sort of statewide stay at home order? Everything's fine. We'll next door further west in Louisiana. They think they've got the most rapidly growing outbreak in the nation there. I'm sure it'll stay. Confined within state borders. Sure there's in Mississippi Commute into work in New Orleans right. That doesn't happen does it? Here's the front page of The Times. Picayune today are liens overlooked despite high infection rates not receiving national attention or resources this the local paper New Orleans space screaming at the top of their lungs about what is already starting to happen in New Orleans. This is put together by their data staff at the Times. Picky in New Orleans pointing out that of the ten worst hit counties in the United States so far nine of those ten counties yes are in the New York metropolitan area. The only one in the top ten that isn't the place with the sixth highest rate of cases in the entire country is the great city of New Orleans Orleans Parish Louisiana Governor of Louisiana John Bel Edwards now saying that he expects Louisiana hospitals to be overrun and to potentially be unable to provide care. As soon as the end of next week. There are already ninety. Four people on ventilators in the state of Louisiana. They've only got three hundred and eighty-one. Icu beds in the whole state. They've already got ninety. Four ventilators in use state of Louisiana is now asking for a federal disaster declaration. They believe they have the fastest growing outbreak in the country. There is a statewide stay at home order ineffective Louisiana. They are starting to build isolation facilities inside state parks. They are begging the White House for federal assistance. That's Louisiana next door and Mississippi though you know no worries. They're not China whatever's happening Birmingham Alabama whatever's happening in New Orleans. I'm sure Mississippi will be fine. They're not China in. What is dramatically the worst hit state in the country already? New York's governor today continued announcing what the State of New York is doing to try to cope with thousands of people already hospitalized and the ICU's already filling up we actually just got data before we got in the air tonight Newly updated data from New York City as of tonight just before we got on the air in New York City. There are fifteen thousand five hundred ninety seven known cases in New York City in New York City alone. Two thousand eight hundred and fifty people already hospitalized in New York City alone. Six hundred sixty people already in ICU. Today in addition to explaining what New York is doing to respond as the hardest hit place in the country as one of the epicenters of the epidemic worldwide. New York's governor Andrew Cuomo also continued. What is basically now becoming a significant part of his daily job which is explaining what's going on in plain language to the American people because of the capital of the United States for this crisis has to be New York and not in Washington than that is our fate Soviet. We have to be smarter about the way this is being done. The federal government has to prioritize the resources. Look at where. The problems are across this nation. California.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Forty for this time of year but we're heading for fifty one degrees were already one degree way from the normal high we're forty three degrees right now with winds out of the north northeast at thirteen we are getting some gusts right now to eighteen miles an hour but that's dry air coming in so nothing but sunshine today tonight clouds come back will drop down to thirty five by tomorrow morning and during the day tomorrow we'll see some scattered light rain showers fifty eight degrees Tuesday afternoon a really warm day but it doesn't last the wind shifts and here comes the chilly weather for Wednesday forty Wednesday morning up to forty six in the afternoon with blustery conditions it's going to feel like it's in the thirties Wednesday and then as the wind dies down Wednesday night it gets colder heading into Thursday morning down to twenty six degrees with sunshine just thirty six Thursday afternoon a colder night Thursday night and into Friday morning we'll get down to twenty then just thirty eight degrees Friday afternoon Brandon already thank build six five after nine now thousands of people near Jackson Mississippi have in order to get out ahead of what could be catastrophic flooding the Pearl River continuing to rise correspondent Meg Oliver says Mississippi's governor is urging people to get out river east threatening to burst its banks causing widespread flooding it will be days before we are out of the woods and the water starts to recede this is a precarious situation they could turn at any moment Mississippi governor tape Reeves declared a state of emergency Saturday urging people who live around the capital Jackson to follow mandatory evacuations we do not want to lose anyone as we respond to what is expected to continue to be historic flood level governor reeve says the river's been rising slower than expected but has reached its major flood stage and could pressed I is point in decades later today mother finally home more than three hundred Americans evacuated after being quarantined on a cruise ship was docked off the coast of Japan because of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak they arrived on two separate flights one of them landing internet for space in California the other at a base in Texas Americans like Cheryl molest Skinner husband or two of the lucky ones that made the flight home anticipating seeing her family even though it's going to be two more weeks you know we're just ready for the next step on this crazy journey that we've been taking and and seeing what what happens next no no not going right home they will continue to be monitored and quarantine.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Same time in sports Jo Ellan Pete and Ben Simmons perform well in the NBA all star game that honored Kobe Bryant we have forty degrees cloudy skies were heading up to fifty one at the radio dot com world headquarters in center city good morning I'm Lynn Adkins our top story at five oh one thousands of people near Jackson Mississippi had been ordered to evacuate ahead of potentially catastrophic flooding the pearl river is still rising correspondent Meg Oliver says Mississippi governor take Reeves is now urging nearby residents to get out of the river is threatening to burst its banks causing widespread flooding it will be days before we are out of the woods and the water starts to recede this is a precarious situation they could turn at any moment Mississippi governor T. Reeves declared a state of emergency Saturday urging people who live around the capital Jackson to follow mandatory evacuations we do not want to lose anyone as we respond to what is expected to continue to be historic flood level governor reeve says the river's been rising slower than expected but its reach major flood stage and could crest at its highest point in decades and that could happen later on today saying goodbye and hello that's on the way out whether on its use good morning Sam hi Lynn we're in great shape this morning nice drive heading in the roads are dry when we last left if if a problem coming into the northeast overturned vehicle accidents self on the Roosevelt Boulevard is between.

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"governor reeves" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"State department a day after ISIS named a new leader in an audio message after the compound raid that led to the death of Abu Bakir outlook dot EDU the president tweeted isis has a new leader we know exactly who he is that may very well be the case but the top counterterrorism official at the state department says the US is still looking into it adding they will dismantle the group regardless of who it's leadership cadre as that counterterrorism official make in sales he says they're looking into the organization and where all but dobby successor came from the new leader announced in an audio message is blue Ebrahim al Hashimi Alcor she in trump was in tupelo Mississippi last night campaigning for Tate Reeves who's running for governor he's currently the state's lieutenant governor Reeves is running against the state's Attorney General Democrat Jim hood who's making the race competitive during the rally the president promoted the stronger economy and criticized Democrats for Thursday's vote in the house outlining the process for the impeachment inquiry and the Democrats have been engaged in a corrupt partnership trying to impose their will a just war American democracy the president added that it always helps when you didn't do anything wrong meanwhile although Congress is in recess ABC's Kyra Phillips reports that the impeachment inquiry is moving forward house impeachment investigators have asked former national security adviser John Bolton and two key White House lawyers to testify and this would happen next week it would be part of the inquiry now Bolton is scheduled to be deposed on November seventh well the National Security Council attorneys John Eisenberg and Michael Ellis are slated to appear on November fourth it's unclear if any of those people will show up for the hearings we're learning that democratic a democratic candidate is making major changes in her campaign cutting back on our efforts in New Hampshire CBS news political correspondent ed o'keefe tells us what's going on the offensive line and I think California senator comelec Harris's.

"governor reeves" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"governor reeves" Discussed on WGTK

"That they've done rivalry very important and the breakup some of these bureaucratic structures operating in kentucky it's a very difficult process join while brown when he was governor reeve have this thing was of it i'm a it's a state run by business and he was going to run away he got rid of two thousand little over two thousand employees the state government bay filed suit and two years later they were all reinstated with back pay and this is the kind of problems that they're going to be facing and they're going to be fighting and there for from what i've talked to and some of the leadership in the republican house they're doing everything they can to slow process the important thing is to make sure there reelected next little been right in two thousand eighteen well it seems like this new government that we got this year is working for the little man he's getting jobs and the cause of more and more jobs were getting more and more people making money and enjoying the american dream because they've gone back to work this is one of the agendas that that trump has head from the very beginning and this is working but it's a slow process and the same time you've got more and more people fighting against it or we got a call okay yes yes caller hears this is chris how you doing good i i did a great topic and i guess to it was good to hear david horwitz uh i lived in big cities and i've seen with the destruction of democrats at dawn they made you know they want people out of the towns in the loop the taxpayers they can't everyone restriction on on jobs and into people wanna move out i had friends in new york city to hook up with selfpride and seventy's and eighty's because the democrat party looted all those businesses taxation ended bankrupted everything they can do and this is happening to detroit like you said yeah and um we need to these people to get behind trump what would you out people up there of public search batista's know always the term the saint chicago the democratic makia hitmen after looting with your money and out attacks you hear that turn up there but let's let's really work with trump it's going to take us the people.

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