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Organized criminal networks could be targeting COVID-19 vaccines, Interpol warns
"A new warning today about the corona virus vaccine and organized crime. Govind 19 is already spawned what Interpol called unprecedented, opportunistic and predatory criminal behavior. Now is vaccines begin distribution around the world. Interpol urge police agencies to prepare for an onslaught of all types of criminal activity and Interpol notice said criminal organizations are planning to infiltrate or disrupt supply chains to steal vaccine. Selling, administer fake vaccine or create chaos online through fake websites and false cures. A tear in Qatar ski reporting,
Pennsylvania lawmaker gets a positive test at Trump meeting
"Western Pennsylvania state senator abruptly left the West Wing meeting with President Trump after he was told he tested positive for Govind. Person with direct knowledge of the event tells the AP that Republican State Senator dug mess Triano got the results of the White House on Wednesday He was there for a meeting between the president and like minded Republican state lawmakers. About efforts to overturn President elect Joe
"govind" Discussed on WRVA
"Mean, this is a president who really believes that for all the growth in the economy that We've only just begun and see what this American economy conduce. But with four more years we're gonna have more jobs, Mortgages, more support for our military America stronger than any time in my lifetime. It's an honor to be a part of it. And we're just going to carry this message all across the country, including him, Virginia We're gonna pull this festive all across the state of Virginia to freedom loving people who see the difference of President Trump made and we're gonna bring the support of people in this state weekdays. 3 to 6 on use radio helping U R D a The highest recorded temperature in Richmond was 107 degrees, The coldest minus 12. Whether in the R V A could be extreme. So keep it here for forecasts at the top and bottom of the hour news radio 11 40 WR via You've got enough sanitizer to fill a swimming pool Enough wipes describing entire cruise ship. But what could you really use more of accurate information, The fax and basic resource is surefire cure for virus induced paranoia is about the safety of the American public. Common sense Govind 19 covering well equipment. Sure. Economic security updates at the top and bottom of the hour in the days and weeks ahead. We must take action from use radio WR Ba More than 2200 Americans died yesterday of coronavirus 90,000 or in the hospital on this Thanksgiving coronavirus cases Peking and not done yet, As the daily death toll from the virus climbs toward an all time high. Millions.
Los Angeles County Continues To See Virus Surge As Restrictions Ramp Up
"30 New concerning coronavirus numbers from L. A County counting public health director, Dr Barbara Ferrer reports 4272 new coronavirus cases today and 35 deaths. That positivity rate in L. A county is now 7.3%. Mantra, Frayer says Govind cases just keep rising. We're seeing cases increase at a faster rate than we saw over the summer. From June 20th 2 July third, The average daily cases increased by 43%. From October 28th through November 10th that doesn't even include this last week, the average daily cases increased by 68%. That number just continues to go up. Curfew takes effect Tonight, Del. I'm coming from 10 P.m. to six AM designed to stop large crowds from gathering and spreading the virus. This a second straight day of more than 4000 cases, five straight days and Or corner virus. Restrictions will kick
"govind" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Absolutely. And you know, they're a couple of reasons for this one is, of course, they are very efficient in terms off collecting garbage, where garbage is placed for every block and who collects it. It's incredibly efficient. But There's also another aspect, which is what considering which is that, you know, this is a religious retreat, so people Govind very little. They consume very little on their very mindful of West, so It's not only an example off a city which treads on the planet very lightly because they're no foundations. Everything is just built on the sandbar, but also people human beings tread in the city very carefully, nimbly likely. And minimizing waste on minimizing consumption. I mean, I I You present this case study as an architect as a professional as an expert in your field, but I wonder Did you feel a spiritually miss their that surprised you in any way very much. And the one thing that stays with me is it was incredibly noisy. I mean, in every block their groups chanting and praying and celebrating, and, you know, I mean, I think For those of our listeners who know anything about Hinduism or have gone to a Hindu temple. You know, it's about bells being wrong. It's people chanting, and it's about celebrating life in all its glory and creation, right, as opposed to that when you go to a church, it's very solemn. This silence. This grief, right? You know, these are kind of diametrically opposite experiences. So imagine going to a city with seven million people with about.
"govind" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That must be left behind by this, But actually you say the footprint is very minimal. Absolutely. And you know, they're a couple of reasons for this one is, of course, they are very efficient in terms off collecting garbage, where garbage is placed for every block and who collects it. It's incredibly efficient. But There's also another aspect, which is what considering which is that, you know, this is a religious retreat, so people Govind very little. They consume very little on their very mindful of West, so It's not only an example off a city which treads on the planet very likely, because they're no foundations. Everything is just built on the sandbar, but also people human beings tread in the city very carefully, nimbly lightly. And minimizing waste on minimizing consumption's. I mean, I I you present this case study as an architect as a professional as an expert in your field, but I wonder Did you feel a spiritually miss their that surprised you in any way very much. And the one thing that stays with me is it was incredibly noisy. I mean, in every block their groups chanting and praying and celebrating. And, you know, I mean, I think for those of our listeners who know anything about Hinduism or have gone to a Hindu temple, you know, it's about bells being wrong. It's people chanting, and it's about celebrating life in all its glory and creation, right? As opposed to that when you go to a church, it's very solemn. This silence this grief, right? You know, these are kind of diametrically opposite experiences. So imagine going to a city even seven million people with about 500 do temples all celebrating simultaneously? It was a city that was alive. 24 7. There was something happening everywhere all the time. I mean, and you know the.
"govind" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This one is, of course, they are very efficient in terms off collecting garbage, where garbage is placed for every block and who collects it. It's incredibly efficient. But There's also another aspect, which is what considering which is that, you know, this is a religious retreat, so people Govind very little. They consume very little on their very mindful of West, so It's not only an example off a city which trades on the planet very likely, because they're no foundations. Everything is just built on the sandbar, but also people human beings tread in the city very carefully, nimbly lightly. And minimizing waste on minimizing consumption. I mean, I I You present this case study as an architect as a professional as an expert in your field, but I wonder Did you feel a spiritualist there that surprised you in any way very much. And the one thing that stays with me is it was incredibly noisy. I mean, in every block their groups chanting and praying and celebrating, and, you know, I mean, I think for those off our listeners who know anything about Hinduism or have gone to a Hindu temple. You know, it's about bells being wrong. It's people chanting, and it's about celebrating life in all its glory and creation, right, as opposed to that when you go to a church, its face solemn, this silence this grief, right? You know, these are kind of diametrically opposite experiences. So imagine going to a city with seven million people with about 500, new temples, all celebrating simultaneously..
Chicago workers among most reluctant in the U.S. to return to the office
"I know there's a lot of folks in the burbs who've gotten kind of comfortable working at home. Well, I think around the country that that's happened and obviously in Chicago and what you have is an intersection of Midwestern people who are more conservative than in other parts of the country. And they worry about their family in their health and simultaneously not having to get dressed up and put on make up for a suitor or what have you men or women and make the track is It's something that has really changed the way people view things with Govind. If you don't have to commute for some people that's giving them another hour and a half or two hours of their day. It is. There is absolutely no doubt about it, but it's also you know, in your own little community. It's putting the dry cleaner out of business. It's putting the the convenience store in the city out of business. And there is a ripple effect that will circle in a trickle down economic theory, and eventually, people start losing jobs as a result of not having commute. Now, let's talk about employers. They eventually I would assume want these employees back in the office, or are they getting more comfortable with this work at home thing to know well that that'll follow profits. So right now we have a situation where, as as the economy's in a much better place than we thought it would be in March, April and May. That employers are more open to different different issues. But there's two huge things that don't happen when employees are working together in office number one is creativity, ideation on deck elaboration. That's that's a huge, huge thing that is missing right now in the marketplace and in business, and the other is on boarding new talent. When you have people that have been working together for a while, for them, not to be together is one thing but training and on boarding new hires. You've never worked for the company, and especially young youngsters out of college in jobs they've never worked in before, is really a challenge. So you're going to see employers and employees come back to work in the spring and in the summer is the fact that employers they won't need as much rent right they won't need. It is much office space if they allow employees to work at home. Is that it all weighing in on this because it could save some employers. I mean tens of thousands of dollars or even more on Lee. If your lease is up for renewal, Cisco's so if you're in it if you have 2345 years left on your lease, no one's taking that off your hands right now. So in in in a perfect world, yeah, that may be happening. But overall, the leases in major cities they're gonna come back. It might not be 2021. But but in the years to come, you're gonna see it revert back to the norm and for employees as you mentioned the sort of the difficulty of being remote. In the end, it'll be better for the team or camaraderie. Having face time with the boss. In general, being in house is better. Just the ability to tow have some downtime in the commute. You may not want to commute an hour, but 20 or 30 minutes to commute toe. Let the blood pressure come down to normal. To take a walk out of the office and get there to not be in your home all day eyes a very positive thing and the ability to have interaction with people and this is really important Cisco to have interaction with people you don't choose to at home. You choose your friends. You choose your neighbors. When you're in the office. You don't necessarily always choose your co workers and to be around those people. It's better for our psyche and our personality. Learned to play well with others. The real thing we're missing out on. Thanks so much for being here. Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of the staffing and recruiting firm list, Sal Network workers in Chicago, among the most reluctant in the country to return to the office
Black market created around world for travelers testing negative for COVID-19 to enter countries
"Has popped up on the black market when it comes to Cove it and it is negative covert test results. You had to know this was coming. It's happening as more countries are requiring travelers to prove their negative status before entering will. Last week, seven people were arrested in France for allegedly selling selling Dr Dr Govind Govind tests tests at at the the Charles Charles de de Gaulle Gaulle airport. airport. The The suspects suspects were were charging charging up up to to $360. $360. For For the the fake fake test. test. Similar Similar arrests arrests have have been been made made in in other other countries countries as as well. well. There
U.S. factory orders climb in September
"New new orders orders for for US US made made goods goods increase increase solidly solidly in in September, September, but but further further games games could could be be limited limited mid mid and and anticipated anticipated slowdown slowdown in consumer spending as government money for businesses and workers impacted by the Govind 19 pandemic runs out. Commerce Department said today that factory orders rose 1.1% after climbing 6/10 of a present in August orders, boosted by increased demand for primary metals, computers and the electronic products. As well as motor vehicles and fabricated metal products. But orders for machinery, furniture and the electrical equipment, appliances and components moved lower in today's report.
"govind" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"For sales and a costlier one. Govind 19 measures alone will cost $4 billion during the quarter. Mark Mills number radio Falling backwards. This Dave Ross on the CBS News radio network presented by Capital one bank, just another reminder to turn the clocks back this weekend for what was described in one headline as one of the world's stupidest rituals, at least, is the easy part of the stupid ritual. We get the extra hour. It's the one day everybody gets to church on time, if there was George, Unfortunately, it just sets you up for the even stupider spring ritual where the devil demands is our back, and we all drive to work in a coma. Although I suppose I shouldn't complain, considering I haven't driven to work or frankly, much of anywhere since March. And as you know that I think about it, gaining or losing an hour really only matters for people who have to be somewhere which I don't I just stay at home so I can easily community coma. Just have to avoid the leftover takeout on the stairs. Which makes me think that if we can't rid ourselves of this meddlesome ritual Let's just double down. How about this next spring? Instead of springing ahead an hour on Sunday, we keep the clock the same. But spring ahead a whole day and go straight from Saturday to Monday, then the following November. When we fall back, we can fall back a whole day and get a free long weekend. Or even better. Let's just fall back all the way to January and take another crack at all of 2020. This time with the benefit of hindsight. I guess that it would be forced. I wouldn't Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio Network Capital. One is right in the palm of your hand so you can check your balance deposit checks, pay bills and transfer money from your phone with a top rated ABA Get started online.
"govind" Discussed on X96
"To schedule your zero cleaning today visit zero rez slc dot com Music starts in 10 with one hour non Stop music wingding on X 96. Revealed his take on the pandemic. And that's all I hear about down. That's all he turned on. Television. A covert covered covered cover cover. Cover. A plane goes down. 500 people dead. They don't talk about it. Govind Govind covered covered. I can safely say that I've never seen a world leader get bored off a crisis. Also, it's where that Donald Trump is saying this when he's the one still talking from 2015. Call big till Rico but I'm so bored. Why isn't anyone talking about Hillary's emails? Hey, Charlotte took over for helping Trump understand what we felt for the past five years. Every time we switched on the TV and heard his name Trump Trump Trump always drum. Oh, and by the way may be the reason The news isn't talking about the plane that went down with 500 people is because there was no plane that went down with 500 people. And if you think 500 pretend people dying is big news. Remember that Almost 1000 really. People a day are still dying from co Vered Covad, Covad. I mean, if you're going to both of us, at least make the numbers work. Have a fake airplane crash into another fake airplane that goes down and crashes into a pretend petting zoo and the animals get out. And more like 600 more fake people that way you get close to the covert numbers for today. I mean, seriously, how does this president still not get it? People are still talking about covert because people are still dying from Cove it. Imagine if the captain of the Titanic had this attitude. All anyone's talking about his drowning, drowning, drowning, as if tonight's not all you can eat shrimp night at the dining hall radio from Hell on X 96. Okay, let's get Teo. We got Boehner fight coming up here in about seven minutes or so. So.
"govind" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Saying the vice president and the second lady both tested negative for Kobe 19 Saturday, and we'll maintain his schedule in accordance with the CDC guidelines for essential personnel. That schedule includes a campaign event today in North Carolina, one of three states where President Trump campaign Saturday. He downplayed the risks of the virus. Killed nearly a quarter of a million people in the U. S cover cover. Cover it covered a plane goes down. 500 people dead. They don't talk about it. Govind Govind covered over by the way on November 4th, you won't hear about it anymore. Theo White House Corona virus Response coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes was in Minnesota, saying there is deep concern for that state's rising number of cases. Yes, our case fatality rate is improving. But our cases are leading to increase hospitalizations Former Vice President Joe Biden campaigning Saturday in northeast Pennsylvania, he kept up his criticism of the president's handling of the pandemic. He also attacked his stance on labor. Thanks $15 an hour minimum wage. It's too much for central workers. The things you use, don't matter. Red Flag fire warnings are in effect today in California, with high winds expected power could be shut off to about 380,000 PG and e utility customers to reduce the risks of wildfires. And Pope Francis has named 13 new cardinals, including Washington, DC Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who become the first black cardinal from the United States. You're listening to ABC News. Balance of nature. While everyone else is working for the highest commission. Three a insurance is working to find you. The lowest price visit astrea insurance dot com from the hysteria Insurance traffic Center. 9 95 North found the ramp to Florida's turnpike. The off ramp left lane is blocked thanks to a crash. So proceed with caution in the area. Beyond that, though, no major accidents to speak of in Miami Dade and Broward County on our expressways 95 North down the ramp. 1 95 East is.
"govind" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"On Chuck Stevenson campaign in Kobe, Senator Kamala Harris, the Democratic vice presidential candidate, talking to reporters to Cleveland airport, saying how she will vote on the confirmation of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court voting Now I believe I have from the beginning. It's an illegitimate president at the rally in Circleville, Ohio, on his three Supreme Court justices, three great runs. You know, many presidents have had none. Think of it and me. Their worst nightmare. Has President Trump complaining about all the talk about the Corona virus pandemic, saying the U. S. Is rounding the corner. Govind Govind covered Over by the way on November 4th you won't hear about it anymore. TheStreet trends reported by health officials show. It's highly unlikely that will happen with more patients in hospitals and deaths rising in many states, but 1000 covert deaths today Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden at a Pennsylvania rally, referring to the recording made by journalist Bob Woodward, on which President Trump back in February. Ptolemy knew Cove it was much worse than the flu but didn't want to panic. Americans gave Wall Street heads up, according to New York Times. He didn't tell us. They told his Wall Street friends. That's why they made so much money by quote selling short. Is he knew I was coming. He sold us Sure. Biden in Dallas, Pennsylvania, not too far from where he grew up in Scranton deaths reported in the seven days ending Thursday. We're 15% higher than the previous week. According to an internal Federal Health Department memo obtained by ABC News about Corona virus. Children are included in testing potential covert vaccines. Virologist Dr Larry Cory. The vaccine testing program and Children is just being initiated and we need to generate enough safety data and Children and understand what's the dose we give Children before we start giving. Widespread use of young and older Children. Several vaccine trials going on you're listening to ABC News. Arizona's.
As the coronavirus surges, more than 400k cases reported in a single day
"Worldwide Corona virus cases have jumped by more than 400,000 in just one day, which is a record. Many of the new cases are in Europe, where many countries are imposing new restrictions. More than six states. 1000 new cases of Govind 19 were recorded by Johns Hopkins University yesterday, the most in a single day since July,
"govind" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Delivered his debut so we figured who else better to deliver our baby in the big brother Neighbor's house. Like a little boat. One Stop Shop. It's a pretty big. Yes. So. Are Working on something big this weekend that might be of interest to the big brother fans. What do you have coming up? We are super exciting because we have a big. Minus Enzo. Point. Yeah. Busy on the big brother. So He's getting. Too soon to say. Yes we are get. We have gotten together most of the cast of Big Brother Twelve and we are going to be doing a really fun to our reunion. four-game. Hearts of reality. So obviously, everyone's aware covid nineteen is made things. A lot of people in one fundraiser that we taken part in several times is hard to reality and aliens ever been to knows. It's awesome. Experience is. Probably one hundred reality people most of them from CBS shows but it's a lot of fun. Because I, think govind Dame even you know has impacted everyone so much they've also been struggling rely, and so they haven't Gibson's and hasn't been able to help as many families and they bring families. Did. You hear the families. Families to like Universal Studios or Disney world all that stuff. But garage like round off Cairns.
"govind" Discussed on WTVN
"The Senate Judiciary Committee, continuing with his confirmation hearing for President Trump Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett, chairman Lindsey Graham address barrettes, religious views and how they could impact her ruling on a case a whole people also understand That you have made a pledge to the committee and of the country at large that you'll set aside whatever religious views you have when it comes time decide the loss, and the Democrats say Barrett could threaten access to health care and abortion rights. The Dublin City school board made a contentious moved Tuesday night by voting to have students and grades K through eight returned to the classroom full time beginning November. 2nd ABC 60 Sierra Lucas has more on the concerns about the return some parents pointing out that the district has some of the highest cove in numbers. In the state. Right now. The school's Govind 19 dashboard shows that 26 students and staff members have been infected in the last week and more than 100. People are quarantining right now. The board will meet again in a couple weeks to determine when and if students in grades nine through 12 can return to classroom, lowering full time from their current hybrid model. Governor Mike DeWine's has covered 19 trends. Not going in the right direction are positivity is now showing for the last day for 190.1%. 3.9% for the last seven day average. It was 2.7% on September 23rd and 20 for the average number of cases per day. Also rising over the past two weeks, the wine says, You know, likelihood, things will get worse before they get better. Just months after issue, student leaders called for the university to cut ties, the Columbus Police Department officers are now increasing patrols in the neighborhoods off campus. Local union president Keith Farrell tells 6 10 W. TV and stroll Riley There's still support for their services. You go into parts of Columbus. That has higher homicide rates were these shootings are out of control. These people are begging for police presence. They know they need us. They want us there to protect them and to stop the violence in their community. College cut ties came after the protest downtown in May in June over the death of George Floyd, where officers were accused of using excessive force on demonstrators. Increased patrols come after a student was shot and killed near campus over the weekend Coast. I will re open to the.
"govind" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Audience than we have seen in past debates. But there will be some people in the audience. I've been in Cleveland now, for a few hours. There are planes with signs behind them flying overhead. I saw a truck a truck with anti trump messages on it, driving around where the press hotels are, but it's largely around the area of the Cleveland Clinic where the debate is happening. It's pretty much unlocked down around here. A lot a lot, a lot of security, and we all had to go get covert tests. Interesting. It's going to be a 90 minute debate. Chris Wallace of Fox News will be the host. Six topics will be covered The Trump and Biden records the Supreme Court Govind 19 the economy. Race and violence in the cities and the integrity of the election. How does the format favor one candidate over the other? Well, certainly Chris Wallace as moderator. We have seen President Trump just back in July in an interview with Chris Wallace, where he talked about Corona virus and got fairly defensive, asking his staff to bring him the death chart. T show a favorite statistic about Corona virus deaths and and a statistic that makes it look better. I will say that topics like the Supreme Court or having the topic of race and violence in our city is being framed as violence in our cities certainly puts it, Maurine the territory of the way President Trump likes to talk about these issues. President, vice President Biden prefers to talk about racial justice issues. So certainly both of them will have topics that have more of an advantage. Covert being more of an advantage for Biden. That's something that his campaign has focused on. Intensely on DH President Trump's They say mishandling of the of the pandemic. Yeah, And what about The New York Times Reporting on President Trump's income, taxes and debt? What kind of wild card you think that might bring to this debate? Well, it will inevitably come up How President Trump responds to it. I think that we have seen some previews of this before because his taxes came up in the debates in 2016. What he said was not paying taxes made him smart. One other thing that he did, and I think that we can expect to see him do that again. Tonight is to sort of dance around it, Push it back and in 2016, he said, Well, Hillary Clinton was in the Senate and she created some of these tax laws or she was involved in passing these tax laws. So you know, it's her fault. She's been in government. I'm just playing the game. Well, you expect him to turn that on Joe Biden in a very similar way, because Biden was in the Senate for a really long time. Trump still behaves. Even though he's president of the United States and has been for 3.5 years. He still approaches a lot of things as an outsider. Andi wants to paint himself as an outsider and Biden as an insider. Well, you know to that point, Tim, and if the past four years are any guide, if the 2016 debates were any guide, this one is likely to include some personal attacks. How do you expect? That to play out and you know how Joe Biden might respond to it? Yeah, And I think when we say personal attacks, we can expect them most likely to come from President Trump..
Democratic National Convention: Wilmington's waterfront has been turned into a high security zone
"Waterfront waterfront has has been been turned turned into into a a high high security security zone zone and and a a large large swath swath of of it it has has become become a a major major media media hub. hub. That's That's because because the the Democratic Democratic National National Convention Convention That's essentially moved there from Milwaukee to accommodate nominee Joe Biden. Because of the virus. The story from Cabo W's Pablo. Anyone who remembers Philadelphia's effort to land the 2016 convention knows it's an exhaustive and expensive process. So imagine Wilmington's luck at having the convention land in its lap without lifting a finger. Yeah, feels great Mayor Mike Prison, He says Wilmington would never bid for a convention. The budgets and expectations are normally too big. For a small city. But with so little of the activity in person and those attending in person, pledging not to visit bars and restaurants, This one turns out to be just right. It changes the way the world will look at Wilmington, Delaware, forever. It's not just a corporation and credit cards and chemicals as it has been for years over sudden, there's another dimension to it. People are looking at the city. Definitely right now. Vicky does feel bad for Milwaukee. It competed fiercely to win the convention and has reaped little of the expected benefits. But that was likely to happen anyway, because Govind 19 restrictions and binds decision to stage. His acceptance at the Chase Center has just been an unexpected gift to his hometown, Pat
"govind" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Yes, Lady Govind. I'm officially deeming this the battle of the farts Because Brooke likes the card along with stupid one corrected. That was not good, Landon. And I know way tied Good. And Brooke. Did we say about it? Questions in and we're Gauls will squeak one hour, Okay? Well, I'm sorry, Landon. No cash today, but let's go over the answers here for you. On this day In 1999 skateboarder Tony Hawk became the first person to land a 900 which is 2.5 revolution spin in the air. It's amazing Burke and I know nothing about 40. I haven't met Tony. Huh? Like I spent like an hour with him. Yeah, He's really cool. I didn't talk about tricks. What made me look really dumb. What's the fattest organ in the human body? That would be the brain. The brain is nearly 60% fat grabbed my love handles and let's talk. Okay. Jus coin has a letter D printed on it. It means it was minted in Denver, not Delaware Wear when referring to sunscreen. SPF stands for Sun protection factor. And in the TV series friends. Phoebe regularly plays the guitar. Well, you didn't give the SPF protective faction come factor because you didn't tell young Jeffrey. He was doing a good job, right? You are wrong, sir. I have told young Jeffrey. He's doing a good job every day for the last 10 years. But she says it with this, like snooty attitude all the time. How proud I am of you and what a great job you're doing. You're very talented. I don't want to hear your life. But land and I love you. And just for playing. You want a blue ray combo pack of the movie The girl in the Spider's Web, which I personally haven't seen, but I I'm imagining. It's a terrifying prequel to the Children's movie Charlotte's Web. No, Before the Spider befriended a pig makes it so Enjoy that action thriller just you. No, Thank you. I appreciate it. Thanks, Brooke. Yeah, thank you landed, all right. We'll be back to play Win Brook's box, same time. Tomorrow. Bright spots is brought to you by six. Pizza.
Patients from Arizona are being sent to New Mexico for care, Governor Lujan Grisham says
"Thie, governor of New Mexico, says there's a reason why her state hasn't had the widespread Govind outbreak scene in one of its neighbors. New Mexico Governor Michelle Luhan Grisham telling ABC 15 in Phoenix and patients from Arizona or being transferred to hospitals in New Mexico, the governor who is a Democrat, saying her state has not had the widespread outbreak that Arizona has had And she believes it's because of action. So there's no debate by my administration on the efficacy of wearing face coverings on being really clear about which risks you can introduce the governor, saying when she saw a case numbers going up in New Mexico, she put in place new restrictions. Alex Stone a B C D.
UK coronavirus vaccine shows early promise
"Over at Oxford? They say they're experimental Corona virus vaccine. Has shown in early trials. To really hardcore. They're happy with the answers on this one. Ah, prompt a protective immune response in hundreds of people who got this inoculation. Now. The British researchers, as I recall that they began testing the vaccine back in April. They jumped on this early. It was about 1000 people. About half of whom got an experimental Lexie. Such early trials are are designed to evaluate safety. And see what kind of immune response was was provoked, but can't tell if the vaccine truly protects until a certain point. Okay. I don't wanna get too deep into the weeds here, but in research that was published today in the journal, which is gold land set Site has said that they have found that their experimental Cove in 19 vaccine has produced a dual immune response in people ages 18 to 55. It lasted a couple of months after they were immunized. That doesn't go away or has it only been since a couple of months that they were immunized quote. We're seeing good immune response in almost everybody. This is Dr Adrian Hill, who was the director of the Gender instituted Oxford University. What this vaccine does particularly well is trigger both Arms of the immune system. Both arms of the immune system. Yeah. Did you know the TV system? Having an appendage is a bump up? So he said that the neutralizing antibodies air produced, Okay, we'll try to bring this down to a level that even I understand molecules. Which are key to blocking infection are produced. So In addition, the vaccine also causes a reaction in the body's T cells, which helps destroy cells that have been taken over by the virus. Match the important factor here. So this experimental Cove in 19 vaccine Has caused only minor side effects, just like the one we talked about last week. Think exactly the same. We're talking about fever in some chills for a day muscle pain, especially the injection site. And The the The other people gotta control meningitis vaccine as a part of the experiment. Um, they did not suffer from those those those side effects. But individuals who got this experimental Govind 19 vaccine did So Dr Hill said that larger trials evaluating the vaccine's effectiveness. Which will include about 10,000 people in the UK As well as participants in South Africa and Brazil are underway. About why South Africa. Why Brazil? I'm not sure, but they're all related to what's going on from Oxford, so another big trial is slated to start in the U. S soon. This one is going to enroll about 30,000 people in this test group this test cell 30,000 So we're gonna have like 40 50,000 people all in the The whole, you know, realm of testing involved in this phase of one or both Vaccines now how quickly This is the big question. Hey, how quickly scientists were able to determine the vaccine's effectiveness. The way I understand. This will depend largely on how much more transmission there is. Really? That's their response. Dr. Hill estimates that if there were enough data to prove the HVAC teens of vaccines efficiency, the emulation of some high risk groups in Britain could begin in December. Could begin with wall to wall vaccinations of high risk groups like me, I'd be considered that in November. I mean, the December excuse me. So that means this year. I don't know that anybody really thought our chances of developing a vaccine that worked I was going to be in the cards so fast, if at all.
Russian hackers accused of trying to steal coronavirus vaccine research
"The U. S. Canada and the U. K say Russia stole research into the development of a vaccine for Govind, 19 A joint investigation between the three intelligence agencies uncovered this plot by Russian hackers to steal research directly from pharmaceutical companies from their hardware. An academic institution. Fox is Benjamin Hall. Russia denies dealing research, saying they're developing a covert vaccine on their
"govind" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"govind" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Soon I would be done and at every corner. There's my daddy, he's like fifty years old, I promise you at every corner. And I'm running as fast as I can like. And telling me governor go. And I really wanted to shut up. Daddy, like just let me run. But I just like, okay, let's shut him up is run. I was way behind start because I did not want to run but he's still there and he's just yelling go go had just start going. And I mean, I'm just cooking book, and, like I can't wait to get to the end of this things like him to leave me alone ever do that. When I run again. And then suddenly, I look up and I realized, oh, crap. Why i'm? This. I like the girl this post to win. Here's everybody else. I don't even know how this happened, and then, but there's no way I'm beating like I wasn't close to her, though, right? Like she up there. But it was right. As so then I heard my dad come over. Now you take you take like no, I can't dead up there. But I just okay, whatever forget it. I'm gonna do it. And so I just thought booking they could do it. I can do it. It's always been through my whole life. I could do it. And sure enough. Like, we're told to tell homegirl looks over at me. Like what would you? This is my rain like she was taking. All my daddy were saying like my name's right? And so I'm just going. And I'm like I can do this, and I promise you, it was like something, you see on TV like it was her, then it was it was, it was me and hear my daddy Govind go out wit, and it just happened like there was the lion. I was I was so pumped and I'm really super-duper sad to tell you that my dad passed and two thousand and eight. And when I think about.
"govind" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"So it's like, oh, why do they know they're they're an actor who was doing X Y Z. And and it's clear that everyone really did their homework. They whether they were into it at the beginning or not by the time, they got to it. They were really into it. Because you know, they got to see in learn so much about our history. And how we got from, you know, the then to now, and I think one of the things that the film captures really well is risk. And it's something that other films having a and they don't talk about it. I mean, it is a it is a story element. And you see played out in the film. But. There's a visual aspect that they capture in the execution of the missions that I don't think you really saw before. I think the closest one for me probably would have been Apollo thirteen. Just because of all the weightlessness that they shot their in. And they did that in this movie too. But there's a there. There's just something more. I I don't know how to explain it. And I don't want to give too much away for people who haven't seen it. But there is a the do address risk in a way that I think is is unique to this to this film. And I think that risk and maybe Bill you can speak a little bit more on. This is kinda why a lot of them, especially I was I was laughing real hard. When I heard Ryan to say, you know, you as do you want to go to the moon? He's like, no, he just said outright doesn't know. And I think it was it was not because he just wasn't interested. But I be I how I interpreted it was it was more of an understanding of how much risk goes into the. Space flights to understand the dangers the pressures of being an astronaut it's it's a lot to take on. Also, I think they built the real appreciation for just how much work goes into a mission like this. It's not like Yeah. you. You get picked to be an astronaut in the next day, you go climate space capsule Govind onto moon years and years of dedication to you know, an effort like that. And I think that. The the cast of this movie, but also other movies that were worked on usually come away with a a real appreciation for how hard all of us at NASA work to do whatever it is that our job is. And of course, particularly that shows unappointed end of the spirit, the astronauts, go do this. But, but they also see at the working level for other estimates how much effort goes into it. And now dedicated we are and how much we love what we do. I think the computer the computer graphics got to the point around gravity that it could accurately depict what human spaceflight is really light in a way that engages the public up until then, you know, we you saw a lot of SCI fi..
"govind" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"So at that point, there's one or two things you can do one, some sort of behavioral intervention again down in pushups, even call the shopping network in ask some question with some random person, whatever to take useless, trinkets. Oh, hey, that's a shopping addiction, John watch that. But so whatever there's, there's behavioral things within overtime years. The most evidence based research shows is we start changing the relation with their thoughts in this is where I'm a big proponent of mindfulness. This new, you're gonna say, okay, it's just a thought. I mean, I have a million thoughts that go through my head and a day. Why am I gonna touch meaning to this particular thought? So here we will trigger your home thought I could act out. I'm tired of running outside or doing pushups, whatever the strike house. Right. So the kiva comes, okay. I have to sit here, recognize thought of wanting to act out is simply thought a nice daily. Mindfulness practice will get you in touch with attorney to your breathing. A nice body scan be extremely present, but letting that thought just meet through your head. You don't have to act on the thought thought, just thought, just thought so. So that's kind of the biggest tool I see is the doing your best identify triggers, began of Whittam when you have a thought in what you do to put distance, we action if you have to do behavioral thing, do it until you get good at change in the relationship with your thoughts? Yeah, as long as that question. No, that was great. Those Those are. are really practical tips. Some good ways. I like the halt that you mentioned and that's one yet you're if you're if you're realizing then I feel triggered or whatever doing quick check in, am I hungry? Am I loan the MIA tired at that point? Then you know, eat, don't be angry. Govind friend go to sleep. Go to the gym, they so so let's let's so that's all that's that's great advice for avoiding it. Let's say the the action does happen. Let's do act out where where do you go from their thoughts? Go game. So I guess at because so here's where good friends, guilt and shame come into play so guilt..
"govind" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Very much i hate the bid i hate that bit jam we hate each other that's what it is you know what because of today's episode it was very funny to watch when tammy was like ever had jokes what was the jokes because johnny was reporting back evelyn was making fun tammy it's like well she had to say what was jokes she was as you sitting there way per how they may her and she usually later when she was like well now says some say about my walk you could watch you when i leave those live flippy well that's also how you look stupid because she she works did evelyn has you forget that these people are funny and that's why we like them on television in the first place we say were personalities so what they're doing now is they're being so blatant i'm gonna tell you what it is they're acting like they act in season acted in season one when nobody really was trying to be belatedly strategic with the use of this television platform they have they simply were new and fresh on tv and immersed in whatever was going on in the scene not approaching determine their reactions based on how it was gonna make them look they're just in the moment and that's what's making this so good so it's just been really really good laser i love malaysia malaysia back you have to remember malaysia was introduced to us all of these things are just taking me back to when i was introduced to all of these people malaysia was introduced to us put her foot in lower govind as at a dinner on season one episode when invest about wise lay because laura govind and then we're being blatantly rude and disrespectful to her and she simply stood up for herself and put her foot in lawers as the first episode love there since then will now she's back divorced she's evolved into this you know this person 'cause he's share personality and even her style and her look is completely different from when it was when we met her she was very much you know i'm wife from basketball wife she was she was a little bit more in the background she totally embraces like being like you know fashioned allows fashion girls like fashion noble you know saying like.