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"hans clued" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:05 min | 2 months ago

"hans clued" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If they wanted schools and businesses to remain open. And now you are seeing cases rising and you're having to close the schools. I'm wondering what you think is behind this. I mean, obviously, there is some politics at play here. Some people simply don't believe the Corona virus is a problem. I think that we have an attitude in Montana of local control and independence. And so the use of masks and restrictions and so forth doesn't set well with a large portion of our population. And the public debate that's been going on about the science and what we understand about this virus in particular. That debate is raging across the country, and Montana is no exception to that. But I think that for the most part in our schools across Montana and here in great falls Because of the strict protocols that we put in place in our schools for sanitation, physical distancing the worrying of masks. We haven't seen The outbreaks in our schools. But I am curious because people do take cues from their elected leaders, and it has taken on Lee until now from Montana to put in new restrictions, including a statewide mass mandate. Do you think this should have happened sooner? And when you talk about a sort of debate about the science, that debate seems to be happening within one sector of society, and I'm not really at large. We had a debate at the board of Health. We had a public forum where we took him put on tightening the restrictions and my encouragement all along to our community is let's do the right things for the right reasons on a person by person basis instead of having Have our public officials imposed restrictions and so forth and appeal to People's personal sense of responsibility to take care of others. And maybe that appeal came a little too late. What is your biggest way right now for your district? Oh, I think overall obviously the health and safety on the mental health and well being of our staff so that they can Teach our Children and the stress that they have been under this fall. They worry about mental health and the overall well being of our students when we're not able to meet with him face to face and The fact that as a isolate and become more distance from their peers and from their teachers that has an effect on their psychological, and you know they're effective growth and development. And I can I'm concerned about that. Sounds like you have a lot on your shoulders. Yeah, It's uh It is a concern and in a, uh, an issue that I take seriously daily. Ah, lot of lot of prayer and a lot of concern for others in our community. I have an excellent team of people here. Tom War is the superintendent of Great Falls. Public schools in Great Falls, Montana. Thank you very much, and we'll be thinking of you. Thank you, Lulu. I appreciate it. Thank you to the listeners. Europe, like the U. S, is again reeling under a coronavirus resurgence. But unlike the U. S, most European countries introduced lockdowns and other tight restrictions after the pandemic picked up speed in October. The World Health Organization, says that the region faces a tough six months ahead. But experts say the restrictions are beginning to produce some results. Joining us now to talk about the situation in Europe is NPR correspondent Eleanor Beardsley in Paris. Hello. Hi, Lulu. How bad is it? Louis bad, you know, huge rise in cases and deaths. Health systems are being pushed to the limit in France. ICU beds are at 95% capacity for the last two weeks, and even Germany is showing signs of strain Here is Hans Clue. He's the head of the World Health Organization. Europe, speaking on Thursday last week Europe registered over 29,000 new Covet 19. That's That is one person dying every 17 seconds in European region from covert 19. That's a shocking statistic. But tell us what's being done. I mean, there is a lockdown in France. What's the situation for a long time, The French government said they would not institute a second locked down. But then French President Emmanuel Macron went on television in at the end of October, and he laid out different possible scenarios to curb the virus. And he said, Actually, a full lockdown was the on Lee way to keep the country's health. System from collapse. But I will say it's not a strenuous his last time bars, restaurants and nonessential businesses are closed. But this time schools are in session. You still have to fill out a form every time you want to go out, stating the reason you know you have one on your phone, and I was actually stopped by police Today. I usually go out twice a day once for my walk and to the grocery store. Elsewhere. You know, Spain has a national curfew and is in a health state of emergency. Italy has a nationwide curfew and regions are classified 12 or three according to the gravity of the situation. If you're in Naples, a red zone, you can't leave your region and you're supposed to stay home except for you know necessary outings, and even Germany has a federal lockdown through the end of November. And is it producing results? It is producing results. Slight results. French health officials have talked about it. And the W H o so they don't want to let up too soon. But it does seem to be working. And is anyone protesting the measures. You know, Lulu? We don't see anything like we see in the US we did see, you know, the police in Berlin break up thousands of anti lock down protesters this week. But, you know the majority of Germans support the restrictions. Even Ah, poll recently in Spain showed that people are ready to go into a national lockdown. If it will help despite you know, devastation to the economy. So let's talk about that. Why is there not more fear of economic devastation in the U. There is fear of it every day you hear about businesses closing, but European governments are spending billions. To keep companies going, You know, from major companies like Air France to mom and pop stores, and it keeps the unemployment down and people from losing their skills. Listen here to what the French economy minister said this week. New petition is until please it. Is that all you so basically, he said. Our goal is to reassure French citizens We're gonna get through this. We're gonna protect companies and people through the duration of this virus. But still, stores and businesses have lost so much and they're clamoring to reopen in the holiday season, and the French and other Europeans have a lot of hope in the vaccines coming up, and frankly, they're just hoping to get this under control enough to be able to salvage some sort of Christmas this year. NPR correspondent Eleanor Beardsley in Paris. Thank you very much. Thank you, Lulu. Now loons Linds.

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"hans clued" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:22 min | 3 months ago

"hans clued" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm just saying it's viral like there's no no corner of the Internet that this story hasn't touched. It stopped. Lord, I just dumped the last 10. Thank you. Probably better that way. Ah! We'll get to it. Oh, I meant to say Florida is reporting no big serious problems. They have begun early voting in much of the state. There was one county in in the Panhandle of Florida that did have to shut down one of its early voting sites. Because of an elections supervisor, an employee that had tested positive for the Corona virus. But other than that things in Florida appear to be going going well. Speaking of Corona virus there is we talked about this a little bit earlier. We're seeing spikes in numbers not just in the United States, but in other countries. Aunt. I think one of the things that was most disturbing in terms of seeing. Ah, high number of cases is that in Italy, they're reporting more cases now than they did at at the height of their problems in March. Now we know a lot more about this right? We know a lot more about treatment about howto handle people who have come in with this. We how to quarantine them How to contact trace. So the idea that we're just seeing more cases is not necessarily the thing to be worried about. But in places like the Czech Republic, they say that they are seeing ah health care system that is in danger of collapsing. Some of their hospitals or are overwhelmed deaths. Amore deaths are occurring that at any time in the pandemic, so this is not over. And like we said in the United States, there are places where the case numbers continue to rise, even if the death toll itself. Is not increasing along with those those higher cases. I've heard a lot of people talk about preferring the early locked down Tio this weird in limbo phase that we've been stuck in for months. Because of the beginning of this, we thought we would just stay at home. We don't. We'd waited out for a month or two, and then everything would go back to normal. Right? We will have a normal football season. We missed out on March madness, but come come this season. I can't wait to get on a plane and go Cincinnati for week one. Ah, no, We're stuck in this weird limbo and they're saying that we're all Experiencing at least half the population pandemic fatigue. Dr Hans Clue. GE is the World Health Organization's regional director for Europe, he said. Citizens have made huge sacrifices. It's commented extraordinary cost, which is exhausted all of us regardless of where we live or what we do. It's been this like, resigned feeling of hopelessness I was talking with I was talking with my sister over this weekend and source for a building supply company. There. They have seen their business. Either stay at the same level. It was pre pandemic and in many cases has increased. And there are businesses that have done that. But imagine if you will that. I mean, I don't know a whole lot of people who have been put out of work by this, But there are millions of people who have lost jobs, and we've talked to people who have lost businesses, et cetera. And it is a strange strange thing. To see what you got in there, Amy. I got my microphone on. I'm eating turkey and rice. Sounds good. My God, I'm so embarrassed. I'm looking for Jeffrey Toobin's video. I can't find it while you're eating. Tell me if you find it trying to watch the president at his rally. I'm multitasking here. You're doing everything in their man. Sorry about the eating thie the the springtime. You know, April I would say, March and April, Do you remember we were freaking out because they were going to bring in Hospital ship at the port of L. I did, and that was the sign of the zombie apocalypse that we were talking about. Freaking out like this is real. This is a really thing. Everyone's going to get it. Everyone's going to be in the hospital from it. There are going to be mash units set up in a Wal Mart parking lot around every place in the county now. Thank God it never reached that level. We're sitting here and looking at you and us both looking at each other, like Ah! Oh, s. Yeah. You're thinking to yourself. I'm gonna die in this room with that moron across the table from me. I know I could see it in your face photo, but this you know, they brought in the ship. They cleared out the convention center. It was like Oh, how But you know what? We have learned how to treat this. We're much more equipped to treat this successfully. Then we were in the beginning when they were bringing all that extra artillery and which is why it is so hard to maintain the level of Beer fears. They say it's been replaced with fatigue because now it's like, like I said, We're in this weird limbo of you know I can go to the market. But I gotta wear my mask and stay away from people and I can't go to a concert and I can't go to a football game. And in those time can have three households over for two hours out outside, but But those times when you do get to break the rules, for whatever reason, If you see a friend like one friend, and you guys are going to go to lunch or whatever, and keep your cohorts small and your time limited that sort of thing. It's so It's such a relief Is I release of just like, Oh, my God, I feel like I've just been penned up forever. If you stop eating sugar, this is probably that not the greatest example but your body. Starts to crave. Well, what if you cut out sugar for whatever reason in your diet, and then you start tasting things that have naturally occurring sugars in them like fruit. Fruit, but even something like a bell Pepper. My dad recently was off sugar done with sugar. And then he said, You can't imagine how sweet a bell pepper khun B because you're so dulled from it. You know you're in a Snickers bar in your jamming a bell pepper down your mouth. You're not going to taste it right? But if you don't eat sugar for several weeks, and then you eat a bell pepper It's It's the most incredible thing. So if you go for months without seeing somebody face to face and don't have that personal interaction with somebody, whether it's a casual acquaintance, a stranger, a friend for a long time, If you go that long without having it, it feels so much different when you finally do get that face to face meeting. I had brunch with one of my girlfriends over the weekend and, you know We're just talking and just laughing. So we were crying and it was just such a great such a great experience, you know? Does he grow his own bell peppers? I was going to say that's also that is also a k A very big key to the story because if you have a bell pepper from the bonds Then you have a bell Pepper right out of the soil of the earth from Papa Did Garden Green Earth Papa Dicks Garden. Will change your life. Okay? We want to hear yours as well. Since we're going to tell you a little bit about Jeffrey Toobin's A little tube in you. Let us know on social media. If you've had embarrassing zoom moments or you've been witness to them. We've got some suggestions. They're pretty fun suggestions already. But the pretty funny and listen, it doesn't have to be zoom were open to Microsoft team's mistakes and and facetime faux pause. Whatever you got, let us know what they are. In fact, you could give us a call. 800 just do it on social media on social media. You know, they don't want to open up a zoom call. No, Because then I was like, well and then watch what I did I grab this in front of the camera. You know, you guys better than that You'd call in like I'm nude now. Because you're just looking for trouble. I know also tearing this guy's coming up. Well, alright, fresh off her lunch. Aimee King. What's going on?.

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"hans clued" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:49 min | 4 months ago

"hans clued" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Europe's covid nineteen cases are spiking. . Here's how four different countries are trying to stop a second wave by Melissa. . A resurgence in covid nineteen cases as gripped countries across Europe leaving politicians grappling without a curb. . The spread of the virus governments are now strengthening regulations around mask wearing limiting the number of people that can gather in public spaces and honing in on areas with particularly high numbers of cases. . This week Europe experienced a record high number of new Corona virus cases reaching seventy one, , thousand, , three, hundred, , , sixty, , five on September twenty first according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and control more than half of European countries have reported a greater than ten percent increase in the past two weeks. . Hans clued the World Health Organization's Regional Director for Europe said at a briefing. . Even countries that had largely avoided the first corona virus wave such as the Czech Republic are now seeing surges stricter regulations to try and curb the spread of the virus could remain in place for the entire winter in the United Kingdom, , for example, , where case rates are doubling by the week prime. . Minister Boris Johnson announced new restrictions yesterday that could last six months warning that the country is at a perilous turning point. . Many. . Of the new restrictions however look different to those imposed at the beginning of the pandemic rather than implementing uniform nationwide regulations. . Many countries are now opting for more localized approaches. . Why are governments in Europe locking down by region. . Countries are wary of nationwide lockdowns that would have crippling impacts on their economies. . Local restrictions allow governments to curb the spread of the virus while keeping parts of the country and the economy open. . But restrictions are also different this time because the nature of the pandemic itself has changed new infection clusters appear to be linked to younger people who are less likely to die of the virus. . The result is that this latest surge of cases has so far been less deadly than the first back in March and less burdensome to healthcare services. . Even if the number of cases are high, , the impact in terms of hospitalization and deaths is very different compared to March says Dr Jacobo Mendiola Ross, , the Director and coordinator of the committee responding to Corona Virus in Catalonia. . Rather than calling for stay at home owners, , many new restrictions, , target bars, , restaurants, , or other public venues that young people may be more likely to frequent. . But the new restrictions could change if older people began falling ill and greater numbers already, , there has been a significant increase in the number of older people testing positive for the virus in France and Spain of the past two weeks leading to upticks in hospital admissions rising case numbers threatened to overrun hospitals and healthcare services if not managed carefully. . We are not in the situation we were in March yet says, , Dominic Costa Yulia, , a member of the French Academy of Science and the Vice Dean of research for the Faculty of Medicine at the Sorbonne University. . Here, , how four European countries are responding to the recent surge of Corona? ? Virus. . Spain. . Spain has been facing a resurgence of covid nineteen cases since July and now has the highest infection rate in Europe. . Over the past two weeks one, hundred, , , twenty, two, , , thousand, , new covid nineteen cases have been reported with close to a third of cases occurring in Madrid the country's capital. . The total number of confirmed cases now stands at more than six, , hundred, , forty, thousand , and hospitals are reaching their maximum capacity. . On, , September Eighteenth eastbound de as a USO. . The president of the Madrid region announced a partial lockdown of the thirty seven most affected parts of the region which came into effect on Monday the measures which affect close to eight hundred, fifty, , , thousand people many of whom live in the poorest parts of the city require individuals to provide justification for trips out of their neighborhoods and has limited the number of people allowed in restaurants or retail establishments. . The News of the lockdown sparked protests in Madrid where hundreds gathered on. . September twentieth the groups that organized. . The protests said in a statement that the government has done little to protect vulnerable people in the city and have instead opted for stigmatisation exclusion and territorial discrimination. . France. . On September twelve French health authorities reported ten, , thousand, five, , , hundred, , sixty, , one new cases the highest number since the pandemic began in March since then daily cases have risen to more than thirteen thousand, , the cumulative number of covid nineteen cases is now at four, , hundred, , fifty, , three, , thousand, , seven, , hundred, , sixty, , three, , and continues to rise. . It has the second highest number of total cases in. . Europe after Spain. . The government has delegated the task of implementing new regulations to regional authorities. . Currently, , the outbreaks appeared to be occurring in certain locations and not in others and a nationwide lockdown would have unnecessary economic repercussions Prime Minister Jean Castex has said. . In Paris, , Marseille and Bordeaux. . All major hot spots for the virus authorities have implemented local measures to curb the spread and Bordeaux and Marseille visits to care homes have been reduced. . Dancing has been banned at bars, , weddings, , and local companies have been asked to make their employees work from home if possible in Marseille and Paris, , the sale and consumption of alcohol on the streets after eight PM as been banned. . Wearing a face mask and public is now mandatory across Paris and many of its surrounding areas riot police units, , and gendarmes have been deployed to enforce these measures. . However

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Coronavirus cases rise as Europe begins to see second wave

TIME's Top Stories

05:49 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus cases rise as Europe begins to see second wave

"Europe's covid nineteen cases are spiking. Here's how four different countries are trying to stop a second wave by Melissa. A resurgence in covid nineteen cases as gripped countries across Europe leaving politicians grappling without a curb. The spread of the virus governments are now strengthening regulations around mask wearing limiting the number of people that can gather in public spaces and honing in on areas with particularly high numbers of cases. This week Europe experienced a record high number of new Corona virus cases reaching seventy one, thousand, three, hundred, sixty, five on September twenty first according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and control more than half of European countries have reported a greater than ten percent increase in the past two weeks. Hans clued the World Health Organization's Regional Director for Europe said at a briefing. Even countries that had largely avoided the first corona virus wave such as the Czech Republic are now seeing surges stricter regulations to try and curb the spread of the virus could remain in place for the entire winter in the United Kingdom, for example, where case rates are doubling by the week prime. Minister Boris Johnson announced new restrictions yesterday that could last six months warning that the country is at a perilous turning point. Many. Of the new restrictions however look different to those imposed at the beginning of the pandemic rather than implementing uniform nationwide regulations. Many countries are now opting for more localized approaches. Why are governments in Europe locking down by region. Countries are wary of nationwide lockdowns that would have crippling impacts on their economies. Local restrictions allow governments to curb the spread of the virus while keeping parts of the country and the economy open. But restrictions are also different this time because the nature of the pandemic itself has changed new infection clusters appear to be linked to younger people who are less likely to die of the virus. The result is that this latest surge of cases has so far been less deadly than the first back in March and less burdensome to healthcare services. Even if the number of cases are high, the impact in terms of hospitalization and deaths is very different compared to March says Dr Jacobo Mendiola Ross, the Director and coordinator of the committee responding to Corona Virus in Catalonia. Rather than calling for stay at home owners, many new restrictions, target bars, restaurants, or other public venues that young people may be more likely to frequent. But the new restrictions could change if older people began falling ill and greater numbers already, there has been a significant increase in the number of older people testing positive for the virus in France and Spain of the past two weeks leading to upticks in hospital admissions rising case numbers threatened to overrun hospitals and healthcare services if not managed carefully. We are not in the situation we were in March yet says, Dominic Costa Yulia, a member of the French Academy of Science and the Vice Dean of research for the Faculty of Medicine at the Sorbonne University. Here, how four European countries are responding to the recent surge of Corona? Virus. Spain. Spain has been facing a resurgence of covid nineteen cases since July and now has the highest infection rate in Europe. Over the past two weeks one, hundred, twenty, two, thousand, new covid nineteen cases have been reported with close to a third of cases occurring in Madrid the country's capital. The total number of confirmed cases now stands at more than six, hundred, forty, thousand and hospitals are reaching their maximum capacity. On, September Eighteenth eastbound de as a USO. The president of the Madrid region announced a partial lockdown of the thirty seven most affected parts of the region which came into effect on Monday the measures which affect close to eight hundred, fifty, thousand people many of whom live in the poorest parts of the city require individuals to provide justification for trips out of their neighborhoods and has limited the number of people allowed in restaurants or retail establishments. The News of the lockdown sparked protests in Madrid where hundreds gathered on. September twentieth the groups that organized. The protests said in a statement that the government has done little to protect vulnerable people in the city and have instead opted for stigmatisation exclusion and territorial discrimination. France. On September twelve French health authorities reported ten, thousand, five, hundred, sixty, one new cases the highest number since the pandemic began in March since then daily cases have risen to more than thirteen thousand, the cumulative number of covid nineteen cases is now at four, hundred, fifty, three, thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, three, and continues to rise. It has the second highest number of total cases in. Europe after Spain. The government has delegated the task of implementing new regulations to regional authorities. Currently, the outbreaks appeared to be occurring in certain locations and not in others and a nationwide lockdown would have unnecessary economic repercussions Prime Minister Jean Castex has said. In Paris, Marseille and Bordeaux. All major hot spots for the virus authorities have implemented local measures to curb the spread and Bordeaux and Marseille visits to care homes have been reduced. Dancing has been banned at bars, weddings, and local companies have been asked to make their employees work from home if possible in Marseille and Paris, the sale and consumption of alcohol on the streets after eight PM as been banned. Wearing a face mask and public is now mandatory across Paris and many of its surrounding areas riot police units, and gendarmes have been deployed to enforce these measures. However

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"hans clued" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:05 min | 4 months ago

"hans clued" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the CBS News weekend Round up I'm Allison Katie's The European head of the World Health Organization, is warning of alarming rates of transmission of covert 19 in parts of that continent. CBS's Vicki Barker joins US from London with the latest. This is the World Health Organization's top official in Europe, Hans Clued. And what he said is that weekly cases have now exceeded those that were reported. You know, just when the pandemic first peeked In Europe in March. I mean more than 300,000 new cases last week, and the other epidemiologists are saying that More than half of all U countries are currently experiencing an increase in cases so that dreaded second wave is very much with us here, and we haven't even headed into the winter season yet. Our people feeling they're around you. I mean, I know in the U. S. It's card and especially hard in some communities. How are you feeling? You know, I think for a lot of us there was that spirit that won the war feeling going on. Especially here in the UK with the Thursday evening clap out for the National Health Service, and and neighbors have really been helping neighbors, certainly in my little part of London, but I think that What I've started to realize only in the last week or so is I'm not gonna wake up tomorrow and have this be over. It's not going to get easier in the next few months. It's going to get harder, especially here in the U. K, where there's an enormous lack of testing and huge demand for it. Windows were going to close. Ventilation isn't great here on transmission rates are gonna have to go up. I also saw that the W. H O issued a warning about cutting back on that 14 Day quarantine period because apparently France just cut its quarantine back to seven days. On the grounds that people weren't following it anyway. Yes, that's right. French President Emmanuel Macron reasoned that since so many French people weren't honoring the 14 days quarantine, it was easier to cut it to seven and people would be more likely to obey it if it was a little bit less onerous. But the W. H O is highly highly concerned because it says that with New cases, you know, on the rise in more than half of all U nations that Europe should consider this in the show's words, a wake up call, and Boris Johnson is thinking about Christmas and he does himself like he thinks it's gonna be fair. Much fun of more measures are taken. Well this past week saw Brit suddenly have to submit to its called the rule of six. You can no longer socialized with more any more than six people in your home. And if you're a family of four, that means you're allowed to have two other people in your home. And they said, this is going to be the case for the foreseeable future. Now the archbishop of Canterbury has written A knobhead piece, saying that he is very, very worried about this because it could endanger Christmas celebrations in this officially Christian Church of England nation. He's arguing that instead, the British government should be trusting in The rationality of individual Brit. But the British government is saying, you know, it's trying to avoid imposing a second national locked down. Officials here know that that would be economically ruinous, but at the same time they've stepped up their imposition of local lockdowns in places. That have seen an alarming rise in new covert cases. CBS's Vicki Barker, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, released two reports this week about Colvin 19 1 looking at 121 deaths as of the end of July among people under the age of 21. The other looked at how the Corona virus is affecting pregnant women and their deliveries. Dr. Michael Randell, an obstetrician and gynecologist at Emory ST Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta. Joins us with details. Their study showed that in this population of patients that they looked at that there was a higher instance of miscarriages as well as preterm. Delivery's What else did it show? Well, about half of them are asymptomatic. In other words, they had no idea that they even had Cove it So when they got into the hospital, they were tested. And their covert positivity was detected at that time. I wonder what special precautions pregnant women should be taking to help avoid getting the virus in the first place, so I think they should follow the same precautions as recommended for all patients that is social distancing. Wash your hands, use sanitizer and wear a mask. And it's important to avoid people that maybe positive be not to avoid big crowds to avoid the complications that may occur as a result of being Pregnant and having cove it did. This report suggests that pregnant women are more at risk, possibly of getting covert 19, as did their original report back in June. So I think that's the question when you look at the data to really be able to come to that conclusion that pregnant patients are at a higher risk the non pregnant patients You know, I guess it's which came first. The chicken or the egg way have to look at this as when it is, and that's telling us that in those patients who were in the hospital for whatever reason. And they were pregnant, that there was a high percentage of them that were positive. And 50% of these patients that were positive did not know they had it. They were asymptomatic. They had no symptoms at all. So it really addresses Thie issue that we should all know our status and if you're pregnant, we should know the status and it's also knowing it to be able to prevent the transmission to the caregivers that then may give it to other to somebody else. You know, some of the questions is why would a pregnant patient be at a higher risk and in pregnancy? You already have it. Immuno Cup my state so that may predispose and at an increased risk of acquiring it, and not being able to know they even had it. And the fact that where these patients are already compromised from a pulmonary issue, as well as a cardiovascular issues, result. Pregnancy having coded May make that worse. And that's where we saw that there was a higher instance of those patients requiring, I see you and intubation. And I'm going to ask you a different question because the CDC also came out with a study last week talking about covert 19 deaths in Children and young adults, people younger than 21. What does that find? Well, it seemed to mere exactly what we're seeing in the older population. And what I mean by that is that younger people that had co morbidity ese so they had art disease. Or asthma or other developmental issues were more likely to have problems is result of Cove it and it also showed that males had a higher percentage than females. Of severe disease as a result of covert, which mirrors exactly what we see in the older population. Dr Michael Randell, is it Emory ST Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta, and both reports people of color were disproportionately affected. Coming up. How many of the protest in the nation this summer were actually violent. That's next on the CBS News weekend round up. This is a stressful time for everyone and Tufts Medical Center wants to help in their online section. Corona.

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COVID-19 cases on the rise as second wave continues in Europe

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00:51 sec | 4 months ago

COVID-19 cases on the rise as second wave continues in Europe

"The European head of the World Health Organization, is warning of alarming rates of transmission of covert 19 in parts of that continent. CBS's Vicki Barker joins US from London with the latest. This is the World Health Organization's top official in Europe, Hans Clued. And what he said is that weekly cases have now exceeded those that were reported. You know, just when the pandemic first peeked In Europe in March. I mean more than 300,000 new cases last week, and the other epidemiologists are saying that More than half of all U countries are currently experiencing an increase in cases so that dreaded second wave is very much with us here, and we haven't even headed into the winter season yet.

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"hans clued" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:05 min | 4 months ago

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"802 50888 for Let the tax superwoman afresh Start tax really fight for you. On the CBS News weekend Round up I'm Allison Keys, the European head of the World Health Organization, is warning of alarming rates of transmission of covert 19 in parts of that continent. CBS's Vicki Barker joins US from London with the latest. This is the World Health Organization's top official in Europe, Hans Clued. And what he said is that weekly cases have now exceeded those that were reported. You know, just when the pandemic first peeked In Europe in March. I mean more than 300,000 new cases last week, and the other epidemiologists are saying that More than half of all U countries are currently experiencing an increase in cases so that dreaded second wave is very much with us here, and we haven't even headed into the winter season yet. Our people feeling they're around you. I mean, I know in the U. S. It's card and especially hard in some communities. How are you feeling? You know, I think for a lot of us there was that spirit that won the war feeling going on. Especially here in the UK with the Thursday evening clap out for the National Health Service, and and neighbors have really been helping neighbors, certainly in my little part of London, but I think that What I've started to realize only in the last week or so is I'm not gonna wake up tomorrow and have this be over. It's not going to get easier in the next few months. It's going to get harder, especially here in the U. K, where there's an enormous lack of testing and huge demand for it. Windows were going to close. Ventilation isn't great here on transmission rates are gonna have to go up. I also saw that the W. H O issued a warning about cutting back on that 14 Day quarantine period because apparently France just cut its quarantined back to seven days. On the grounds that people weren't following it anyway. Yes, that's right. French President Emmanuel Macron reasoned that since so many French people weren't honoring the 14 days Florentine, it was easier to cut it to seven and people would be more likely to obey it if it was a little bit less onerous, But the Wuhl is highly highly concerned. Because it says that with new cases, you know on the rise in more than half of all U nations that Europe should consider this in the W H o cze words a wake up call. And Boris Johnson is thinking about Christmas and he doesn't sound like he thinks it's going to be fair. Much fun of more measures are taken. Well this past week saw Brit suddenly have to submit to its called the rule of six. You can no longer socialized with more any more than six people in your home. And if you're a family of four, that means you're allowed to have two other people in your home. And they said, this is going to be the case for the foreseeable future. Now the archbishop of Canterbury has written on op ed piece, saying that he is very, very worried about this. Because it could endanger Christmas celebrations in this officially Christian Church of England nation. He's arguing that instead, the British government should be trusting in The rationality of individual Brits, But the British government is saying, you know it. It's trying to avoid imposing a second national locked down. Officials here know that that would be economically ruinous, but at the same time they've stepped up their imposition of local lockdowns in places. That have seen an alarming rise in new covert cases. CBS's Vicki Barker, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, released two reports this week about covert 19 1 looking at 121 deaths as of the end of July among people under the age of 21. The other looked at how the Corona virus is affecting pregnant women and their deliveries. Dr. Michael Randell, an obstetrician and gynecologist at Emory ST Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta. Joins us with details. Their study showed that in this population of patients that they looked at that there was a higher instance of miscarriages as well as preterm. Delivery's What else did it show? Well, about half of them raise dogmatic. In other words, they had no idea that they even had coated So when they got into the hospital, they were tested. And their covert positivity was detected at that time. I wonder what special precautions pregnant women should be taking to help avoid getting the virus in the first place, so I think they should follow the same precautions as recommended for all patients that is social distancing. Wash your hands, use sanitizer and wear a mask. And it's important to avoid people that maybe positive be not avoid big crowds to avoid the complications that may occur as a result of being Pregnant and having cove it did. This report suggests that pregnant women are more at risk, possibly of getting covert 19, as did their original report back in June. So I think that's the question when you look at the data to really be able to come to that conclusion that pregnant patients are at a higher risk the non pregnant patients Uh, you know, I guess it's which came first. The chicken or the egg way have to look at this as for what it is, and that's telling us that in those patients who were in the hospital For whatever reason, and they were pregnant, that there was a high percentage of them that were positive. And 50% of these patients that were positive did not know they had it. They were asymptomatic. They had no symptoms at all. So it really addresses Thie issue that we should all know our status and if you're pregnant, we should know the status and it's also knowing it to be able to prevent the transmission. Through the caregivers that then they give it to other to somebody else. You know, some of the questions is why would a pregnant patient be at a higher risk and in pregnancy? You already have it in, you know, Cup my state, so that made predisposing that an increased risk of acquiring it and not being able to know they even had it. Uh huh. And the fact that where these patients are already compromised from a pulmonary issue, as well as a cardiovascular issue as a result of pregnancy, having coded May make that worse. That's where we saw that there was a higher instance of those patients requiring, I see you and intubation. And I'm going to ask you a different question because the CDC also came out with a study last week talking about covert 19 deaths and Children and young adults, people younger than 21. What did that find? Well, it seemed to mere exactly what we're seeing in the older population. And what I mean by that is that younger people that had co morbidity ese so they had art disease or asthma or other developmental issues. Or more likely to have problems is result of covert, and it also showed that males had a higher percentage than females of severe disease as a result of Copan. Which mirrors exactly what we see in the older population. Dr Michael Randell, is it Emory ST Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta, and both reports people of color were disproportionately affected. Coming up. How many of the protest in the nation this summer were actually violent. That's next on the CBS News weekend round up..

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"Head of the World Health Organization, is warning of alarming rates of transmission of covert 19 in parts of that continent. CBS's Vicki Barker joins US from London with the latest. This is the World Health Organization's top official in Europe, Hans Clued. And what he said is that weekly cases have now exceeded those that were reported. You know, just when the pandemic first peeked In Europe in March. I mean more than 300,000 new cases last week, and the other epidemiologists are saying that More than half of all U countries are currently experiencing an increase in cases so that dreaded second wave is very much with us here, and we haven't even headed into the winter season yet. Our people feeling they're around you. I mean, I know in the U. S. It's card and especially hard in some communities. How are you feeling? You know, I think for a lot of us there was that spirit that won the war feeling going on. Especially here in the UK with the Thursday evening clap out for the National Health Service, and and neighbors have really been helping neighbors, certainly in my little part of London, but I think that What I've started to realize only in the last week or so is I'm not gonna wake up tomorrow and have this be over. It's not going to get easier in the next few months. It's going to get harder, especially here in the U. K, where there's an enormous lack of testing and huge demand for it. Windows were going to close. Ventilation isn't great here on transmission rates are gonna have to go up. I also saw that the W. H O issued a warning about cutting back on that 14 Day quarantine period because apparently France just cut its quarantined back to seven days. On the grounds that people weren't following it anyway. Yes, that's right. French President Emmanuel Macron reasoned that since so many French people weren't honoring the 14 days quarantine, it was easier to cut it to seven and people would be more likely to obey it if it was a little bit less onerous, But the W. H O is highly highly concerned. Because it says that with new cases, you know on the rise in more than half of all U nations that Europe should consider this in the W H o cze words a wake up call. And Boris Johnson is thinking about Christmas and he doesn't sound like he thinks it's gonna be fair. Much fun of more measures are taken. Well this past week, so Britt suddenly have to submit to its called the rule of six. You can no longer socialized with more any more than six people in your home. And if you're a family of four, that means you're allowed to have two other people in your home. And they said, This is going to be the case for the foreseeable future. Now the archbishop of Canterbury has written A knobhead piece, saying that he is very, very worried about this because it could endanger Christmas celebrations in this officially Christian Church of England nation. He's arguing that instead, the British government should be trusting in The rationality of individual Brits, But the British government is saying, you know it. It's trying to avoid imposing a second national locked down. Officials here know that that would be economically ruinous, but at the same time they've stepped up their imposition of local lockdowns in places. That have seen an alarming rise in new covert cases. CBS is Vicki Barker, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released two reports this week about Colvin 19 1 looking at 121 deaths as of the end of July among people under the age of 21. The other looked at how the Corona virus is affecting pregnant women and their deliveries. Dr. Michael Randell, an obstetrician and gynecologist at Emory ST Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta. Joins us with details. The study showed that in this population of patients that they looked at that there was a higher instance of miscarriages as well as preterm. Delivery's What else did it show? Well, about half of them raise dogmatic. In other words, they had no idea that they even had Cove it So when they got into the hospital, they were tested. And their covert positivity was detected at that time. I wonder what special precautions pregnant women should be taking to help avoid getting the virus in the first place, so I think they should follow the same precautions as recommended for all patients that is social distancing. Wash your hands, use sanitizer and wear a mask. And it's important to avoid people that maybe positive be not to avoid big crowds to avoid the complications that may occur as a result of being Pregnant and having cove it did. This report suggests that pregnant women are more at risk, possibly of getting covert 19, as did their original report back in June. So I think that's the question when you look at the data to really be able to come to that conclusion that pregnant patients are at a higher risk the non pregnant patients Ah, you know, I guess it's which came first. The chicken or the egg way have to look at this as when it is, and that's telling us that in those patients who were in the hospital for whatever reason. And they were pregnant, that there was a high percentage of them that were positive. And 50% of these patients that were positive did not know they had it. They were asymptomatic. They had no symptoms at all. So it really addresses Thie issue that we should all know our status and if you're pregnant, we should know the status and it's also knowing it to be able to prevent the transmission to the caregivers that then may give it to other to somebody else. You know, some of the questions is why would a pregnant patient be at a higher risk and in pregnancy? You already have it in, you know, Cup my state so that may predispose and at an increased risk of acquiring it, and not being able to know they even had it. And the fact that where these patients are already compromised from a pulmonary issue, as well as a cardiovascular issue as a result of pregnancy. Having cove. It may make that worse. And that's where we saw that there was a higher instance of those patients requiring, I see you and intubation. And I'm going to ask you a different question because the CDC also came out with a study last week talking about covert 19 deaths and Children and young adults, people younger than 21. What does that find? Well, it seemed to mere exactly what we're seeing in the older population. And what I mean by that is that younger people that had co morbidity ese so they had art disease. Or asthma or other developmental issues were more likely to have problems is result of Cove it and it also showed that males had a higher percentage than females. Of severe disease as a result of covert, which mirrors exactly what we see in the older population. Dr Michael Randell, is it Emory ST Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta. In both reports, people of color were disproportionately affected. Coming up. How many of the protest in the nation this summer were actually violent. That's next on the CBS News weekend round up. Premiere.

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"Out somewhere close to Texas. Eso just gonna have to watch it at this point. I'll be back with the local weather expert forecast New Orleans police right now are set to show video of a cop running over and killing a bicyclist. There are conflicting reports about what happened in the incident. More than 160,000 cases of Corona virus so far in this pandemic for Louisiana, the state reports 976 new cases today. Another 29 deaths brings the total of 5172 16 fewer patients hospitalized today for a total of 647. Louisiana Secretary of state Kyle Arduin warns. Under the election plan the state has been ordered to adopt by a federal judge. It's unlikely that we will know the full results of the November 3rd election until the next day. The order calls for Louisiana to adopt the election plan used in the summer. Hard won says that will likely mean a significant increase in absentee ballots. The people of Louisiana are going to be a little concerned, but I'm asking for their patience and understanding. We're in very strange times, Arduin says. Each ballot is several pages that must be individually scanned, but he says he'd rather get an accurate count. And a quick count. A popular social media APP gets banned. CBS NEWS BRIEF The Trump Administration ban on TIC TAC begins with a step this weekend. See Ned executive editor Roger Chang. What this means for consumers is they won't be able to download TIC Tac or by dance starting Sunday. The apse will continue working your phone, but you won't be able to update them with software fixes. That could be a real problem. If they find a security flaw or something with the APP is broken. Total ban on TIC TAC begins November 12th. Hurricane Sally is long gone, but it's left much much of eastern Alabama and Florida's Western Panhandle underwater. This is the worst we've ever had up here in rain and flood, even through Michael the rains in a whole lot worse from the World Health Organization's Dr Hans Clue GE. We do have a very serious situation unfolding before that, after the W. H O announced the number of weekly Corona virus cases in Europe. Top 300,000 last week higher than during the first peak bag in March. CBS News Brief Find Peter King The 2021 Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame induction class has been announced in it. Features one of the best receivers ever to play for the New Orleans Saints. Hall of Fame chairman Doug Ireland says these Saints all time leading receiver Marcus Colston will be enshrined in June. Maybe all rookie team immediately bonded with Drew Brees. And ultimately, the highlight was the Super Bowl championship but had a fabulous tin career 10 season career in New Orleans, also going into the hall from the gridiron, his former Ellis you, defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey. And former Ellis you basketball player, Mahmoud Abdul Roof on Wall Street, The Dow down 170 points. NASDAQ Down 177 S and P 500 down 36 oil, up three cents at $41 a barrel..

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"To this podcast on Apple podcasts Google podcasts, certified and stitcher. Good morning today is Friday September eighteenth and I'm your host Steve Brown. Our top stories today. Volatile week ends in Quad witching session spending to avoid government shutdown and new round of farm aid. Leading today's news. US Equity Futures held up overnight following another selloff on Wall Street that was led by major tech names. Contracts tied to the Dow S and P five hundred or hugging the flat line while Nasdaq futures paired recent losses by climbing point six percent. Mixed messaging around potential corona virus vaccine, as well as the passage of further fiscal stimulus. Wait on the market while investors are gearing up for consumer sentiment data set for release at. Ten Am eastern time. Don't forget that it's also quite witching day which refers to the simultaneous expiration of market index futures stock. Futures Market. Index options and stock options. These days tend to get a lot of press for all of the volume they create but historically, they are nearly always event said Ryan Detrick senior market strategist at LP L. Financial. In other news, while there may be disagreement over another round of Corona virus relief, lawmakers are aiming to bill a bipartisan spending bill today to avert a government shutdown on. October. First, the clean legislation largely devoid of any controversial measures should keep the government funded into mid December. I don't think anybody wants to be responsible for shutting down the government on the eve of an election in the middle of a pandemic. So it's a rare outbreak of common sense on both sides said, Representative Tom Cole a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee. Starting next week, my administration is committing an additional thirteen billion in relief to help farmers recover from the China. Virus. President, trump announced at a campaign rally in Wisconsin. The new aid is the second tranche of money issued as part of the trump administration's corona virus food assistance program in April. The administration unveiled nineteen billion in relief for the agriculture sector under the cares act including sixteen billion in direct payments to farmers and ranchers and three billion in mass purchases of dairy meat and produce. Due to heightened economic uncertainty the Federal Reserve is considering extending its caps on banks dividends and stock repurchases for the rest of the year. The US Central Bank made the announcement along with its release of hypothetical scenarios for the second round of stress tests that it's requiring due to the code nineteen. Pandemic. Unlike an earlier round of stress tests this year, the Fed will release the results of the tests for each of the thirty three lenders rather than providing aggregate results for the group. The Bank of England held its benchmark policy rate at point one percent on Thursday but indicated it could cut interest rates below zero for the first time in its three hundred and twenty six year history. While recent domestic economic data has been a bit stronger than expected. It's unclear how the economy will perform further out according to the Monetary Policy Committee. Another major risk facing the UK economy relates to the Post brexit trade discussions between the UK and the EU have recently soured. The trump administration spent Thursday reviewing proposals on the tick Tock Oracle, partnership, which currently has many moving parts. Tick Tock owner bite dance agreed to list of video sharing, APP on a US Stock Exchange, which could happen within a year though there are still concerns over whether the Chinese parent will be allowed to retain a majority stake in the new company. Meanwhile shares in China's tencent tumbled into the US closing bell following reports that its investments are drawing new national security attention. Seeing off, competing bids from Deutsche Boerse and Switzerland six the London stock exchanges in exclusive talks to sell Borsa. Italiana to Francis Euronext. Offloading the Milan Stock Exchange would help achieve regulatory remedies for its twenty seven billion purchase of data provider representative which is owned by Blackstone and Thomson Reuters. The deal is politically sensitive in Rome because concerns about who could take control of Borsa. Italiana is bond platform which handles trading Italy's government debt. Targeted lockdown and local restrictions are returning to Europe as the region tries to avoid broad economic damage of surge in Corona virus cases. Weekly cases have now exceeded those reported the pandemic I. Pete in Europe in March the whose financial director for Europe Hans. Clues told an online news conference. All of these numbers reflect more comprehensive testing. It also shows alarming rates of transmission across the region. Pubs and restaurants must shut early and household mixing has been limited in northeast England while social gatherings of more than six people have been banned across the country. French authorities are meanwhile preparing tighter restrictions in several cities while Spain's Madrid has moved to reduce mobility and contacts in areas with high infection rates. About sixty percent of businesses that have closed their doors during the coronavirus pandemic will never reopen and restaurants have suffered the most according to new data from yelp. The National Restaurant Association also said this week that one hundred thousand restaurants have closed either permanently or long-term adding that the sector is on track to lose two, hundred, forty, billion in sales this year. A number of factors have made it. Difficult, for eateries which tend to operate on thin margins. Of Times. As of six twenty am today the Dow and S and P five hundred or set to open flat.

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"Warning that Corona virus cases in Europe are surging and that it's a quote very serious situation as covert 19 cases. Five European governments are said to be imposing strict local measures and weighing the idea of further lockdowns as a means of stopping a second wave. Who regional director Han's clue, says the increase it serve as a warning on what's to come. In fact, he says, weekly cases have now exceeded those reported the first time around. More than half of European nations have reported an increase of more than 10% in the past two weeks, Clues added. Of those seven countries have seen newly reported cases increased more than two full in the same period. Countries across the continent have been easing lockdowns and reopening their economies, but governments are now scrambling to avert further outbreaks. Meantime, Britain has imposed tougher restrictions on people and businesses in parts of northeastern angle in it. Old secretary, Matt Hancocks, as the new measures include a ban on residents socializing with people outside their own homes and leisure and entertainment venues like bars and restaurants will have to close from 10 P.m.. Until 5 a.m.. An Indonesian says their villages. Villagers who refuse to wear masks are now forced to dig graves for victims was to come to the disease. Local authorities have reportedly said. Ah little bit of manual labor and empathy will convince others to do their part to help stop the pandemic. Three middle aged man and five miners in any job. We're given the unique punishment last week. The mask wearing is a mandate throughout Indonesia has been a vocal segment of the population that's been reluctant to wear masks and practice social distancing. Experts say the cavalier attitude has made it more difficult for Indonesian authorities to stop the spread of the virus, which is so far infected 230,000 people there and killed 9100 wins News Times 609 Hiring could be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company GS Group as the owner of a construction company. Finding the right people is very difficult..

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"Way down towards the south and clear view off of the Throgs neck. That does better about getting you through Queens. Traffic in transit every 10 minutes on the ones breaking traffic alert whenever they happen. I'm Greg Rice on 10 10 wins. There have been calls to change the reopening plan for weeks and today for the second time now, Mayor de Blasio did just that delaying the start of in person. School learning Union leaders told the mayor. The schools are not going to be ready Monday. They needed to sit down to iron it all out. I literally made a list of 20 different concerns. We're gonna work through the mayor, explaining that staffing was the real concern, he says 2500 more educators will be onboard Teachers Union President Mike Mulgrew says that staffing was paramount to supervise in the pandemic. You cannot put large numbers of Children in a room in an auditorium, Schools Chancellor Richard Karanja says. Even with the phase in classes Do get underway next week, while only some learners air coming in person on the 21st All learners will begin full day programs remotely on Monday. Juliet Papa 10. 10 wins news. So here the specific September 21st three k pre K and District 75, which is schools for those with disabilities. September 29 K through five in K through eighth grade schools. Then October, 1st for middle and high school secondary schools and transfer an adult education. Despite today's announcement, there will be another march to protest school reopening plans, parents and students from Manhattan School District one to converge on City Hall at 3 P.m.. The latest numbers on the Corona virus in New Jersey. You're starting to creep in the wrong direction. Here's Governor Murphy. We had 617 positive cases, which is the first time we've been over 600 about a month, little little bit more than a month. The positivity rate is just under 3% 2.99. So it's still among the best in the nation that speaks certainly to testing capacity, but that's a big number of be lying if I said otherwise. The state's rate of transmission is 1.7, which is above the key benchmark of 1% that indicates the outbreak is expanding. President Trump has said. We're rounding the corner on the virus, but national numbers show otherwise. According to an internal FEMA memo obtained by ABC News. The current trend in new cases nationally is only slightly down. 0.7% while the trend in new debts is way up, 16.6. This is the week of September 9 to the 15th compared to the previous week globally a warning from the European director of the World Health Organization that government should not reduce the quarantine period for people who have had possible exposure. Hans Clue says number show the viruses again taking hold in Europe This September case numbers, however. Should serve as a wakeup call for all of us. Although these numbers reflect more comprehensive testing It also shows alarming rates off transmission across the region. The 53 countries in the block logged more than 300,000 confirmed cases in the last week. In addition, more than half reported on more than 10% rise in new cases over the last two weeks. Ah, mugging in the subway over a mask. Police are asking for help finding the man and woman who allegedly attacked another woman. Who had asked one of them to put on a face covering this happened Tuesday at around 7:30 P.m. on the Union Street. Our platform. The pair allegedly struck the 28 year old several times before spring or in the face with some unknown liquid. She's okay. You can see video of the suspects at 10. 10 wins dot com A terrible crash in bed Stuy, Brooklyn, where an ambulance taking a heart attack patient, Toh would whole hospital collided with a fire truck that was on its way to battle a blaze. This was at the intersection of Myrtle and Throop Avenues. Just after 12 45 this morning where the fire truck T boned the ambulance. The heart attack patient 59 year old Djamila Mansouri of Brooklyn was killed. A 35 year old relative who was riding in the ambulance with them is now critical. Her brother spoke to reporters. My sister, she's a mom. She got babies on. She's writing on the back condition. I just went there, but they didn't let us go in. She's intense county hospital officials say both the ambulance and fire truck had.

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"72 going up to 77 in midtown on AccuWeather Meteorologist Carry Schwinn Did Hammer on New York's weather station 10 10 wins wins News Time 1 33 An interesting study on covert 19 Chinese research creatures are researchers She tried to say, discovered that people who wear glasses every day, maybe at a lower risk for catching the virus. Dr. Shashank Ravi of Stanford says there could be many reasons why this might be the case, according to note that we don't know exactly why this is that'll require more randomized control study. It could be that they're touching the face less or could be. The individuals with eyeglasses just have different habits than other groups of individuals. Researchers say The findings might suggest that eyes may be an important infection route for covert 19 and more attention should be paid to preventative measure measures such as frequent hand washing and avoiding touching the eyes. The latest Corona virus numbers from New Jersey are inching in the wrong direction. The first time in more than a month new cases of topped 600 this morning, Governor Murphy announce 617 new positive tests and three more deaths from the virus. Also, the state's rate of transmission rose a fraction to one. 1.7, which is above the key benchmark of one that indicates the outbreak is expanding. A new internal FEMA memo obtained by ABC News disputes President Trump's contention that we're rounding the corner on the virus. It says. While the current trend in new cases nationally is only slightly down 0.7% the trend in new deaths is way up. 16.6 ah, warning from the European director of the World Health Organization that government should not reduce the quarantine period for people who've had possible exposure. Hans Clue says number show the viruses again taking hold in Europe More than half of the 53 countries in the block reported of more than 10% rise in new cases over the last two weeks. Attorney General William Barr is coming under fire for comparing Corona virus stay at home orders in this country to slavery. House Majority Whip James Clyburn called the comments quote the most ridiculous tone deaf God awful thing I've ever heard barmaid the comparison yesterday during an event at a college in Michigan, saying, quote other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. The crowd there Gay bar around of applause. Kentucky man is doing an Illinois courtroom today. He's accused of killing his girlfriend and then stuffing her dismembered body. In some luggage, Markham, Illinois police chief Terry White says while visiting family Melvin Martin Jr was constantly asking to borrow clothes despite having brought luggage when he went to the library. They opened up his bags and found human remains inside. They called police. Some of the bags contained internal organs. Which would make this very Chinese police believe the woman who has yet to be identified, may have been killed weeks ago. More of her remains were found near his Kentucky home. Martin is in police custody in Illinois and could be extradited as soon as Thursday. Correspondent Ryan Burrow reporting 72 degrees. Now it's cloudy. The humidity 68% Windsor, calm 10 10 Win Zach you weather clouds with some breaks A hazy sun today a shower in spots.

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"11 30 for an interesting study on covert 19, Chinese researchers discovered that people who wear glasses every day, maybe at a lower risk for catching the virus. Dr. Shashank Ravi of Stanford says there can be many reasons why this might be the case, according to note that we don't know exactly why this is that'll require more randomized control study. It could be that they're touching the face less or could be that individuals with eyeglasses just have different habits than other groups of individuals. Researchers say The findings might suggest that eyes may be an important infection route for covert 19 and more attention should be paid to preventative measures, such as frequent hand washing and avoiding touching your eyes. President Trump has said. We're rounding the corner on the virus, but the numbers show otherwise. According to an internal FEMA memo obtained by ABC News. The current trend in new cases nationally is only slightly down 0.7% while the trend in new deaths is way up, 16.6 This is the week of September 9 to the 15th compared to the previous week at the World Health Organization executive director Dr Michael Ryan says communicating covert 19 protocols can be difficulties. The process of transferring knowledge to people is not just shouting. It's communicating with its engaging them. It's understanding the confusions. It's understanding their concerns. It's understanding their apprehension, not laughing at us A warning from the European director of the World Health Organization that government should not reduce the quarantine period for people who've had possible exposure. Hans Clue says number show the viruses again taking hold in Europe. 53 countries in the block logged more than 300,000 confirmed cases in the last week. In addition, more than half reported more than 10% rise in new cases over the last two weeks. 70 degrees now mostly cloudy skies, the humidity 67%, the Windsor southwest at five miles an hour. 70 going up to 77 hiring.

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02:20 min | 5 months ago

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"That's 804 69 46 89. On a hue with an AP News Minute. The government says one million people filed unemployment claims last week that number remains consistently high Fed chair Jerome Powell says they will work to get people working again. Unemployment is below its maximum level as is so clearly the case now. We will actively seek to minimize that shortfall by using our tools who support economic growth and job creation. Paolo also announced a significant change in how the Fed managers interest rates in saying it plans to keep rates near zero even after inflation has exceeded its 2% target level. United Nations says it's urgent to get kids back to school after months long Corona virus lockdowns. But with the virus still raging in parts of the U. S and researching in countries like South Korea and France, Spain and Britain, Medical authorities are urging caution virus or no virus. European authorities are determined to put Children back into classrooms to narrow the learning gaps between the haves And the have nots. I'm a Donahue Corona virus Update. I'm a Donahue with an AP News Minute The government says another one million people filed claims for unemployment benefits last week. Meantime, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the White House is not being flexible and talks on a new Corona virus. Economic relief bill. We're not budging. Understand this. They have to move. They have to move. Why should there be a bill that has a far less what the public needs. We have that responsibility at the World Health Organization. No one is invincible. Doctor Hans Clue is worried about people of all ages. Getting the virus the younger people indeed. We're not necessarily going to die from it, but it's a tornado with a long tail and it's a multi organ disease, so the virus is really attacking lungs but also heart and other organs and ACLU says the virus could spread to more vulnerable older people and cause an uptick in deaths. I'm a Donahue neighborhood Looks okay. I mean, there's some trees down and Vince is blown over. There are a lot of places that are seriously damaged. We have seen ah, picture of our house and maybe is still standing and looks pretty good. Thank you, uncle We live said to 45 so that stayed in the same building during Rada and that was a cakewalk..

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"hans clued" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"hans clued" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Radio for 25% off Wins news time to 15 after last night's games were canceled because players refused to take the cord. It looks like the end playoffs will resume its unclear when the games will resume. Neither the N BA nor the players union have announced anything publicly. The boycott was the player strongest stand yet after several shootings involving police and black men, We don't want to just keep him. And forget about what's going on and I saw were Celtics All star Jason Tatum. Morning. Just look here in Washington, Vice President Pence's chief of staff mark Short, called the protests absurd and silly, telling CNN if they want to protest. I don't think we care. Soccer Megane Washington. The WN BA also did not play last night. Neither did the MLS soccer teams and some major league baseball teams. Subway smasher is still at work. Hours after the Mdta offered a $10,000 reward. Dozens more subway windows were found smashed. Mth chairman Fat Boy spoke with 10 10 wins the NYPD D is all out in pursuit of this associate path. There have been scores of Windows broken. It has cost the PM T'ee and our riders and taxpayers about $400,000. It's resulted in delays on the seven line, which is one The busiest lines. NYPD added a reward of its own $2500 for a total of 12,500. If you know something about the windows, smashing Call Crime stoppers at 805 77 tips. Everyone who comes in contact with the president is first tested for Corona virus, But the CDC now says it's not a priority for you to be tested. Even if you've come in contact with someone who's been diagnosed with the disease. It's a fundamental change in policy that has public health authorities outraged and has some accusing the administration of playing politics. New York Times is reporting that the change was ordered from the top down by the president, who believes that bad numbers are meant to hurt his re election campaign and who has said over and over that Mohr tests drive up the numbers of Cove in 19. Cases. Correspondent Steve Olson Saami. Of course, It's not the test that creates the case. It only finds it covered cases exist, no matter what. But one cases go undetected. Those asymptomatic people are not in quarantine and may be spreading the virus to others. World Health Organization's European director Likens Cove in 19 to a tornado with a long tail. Dr Hans clue, G's as increased numbers of infected young people. Could pass the virus on to more vulnerable older people leading to an uptick in deaths. And, he says that's more likely to happen as the weather gets colder and people have closer contact indoors. Ogi says 32 of the 55 States and territories and the W H O CZE European region have seen a 14 they incidence rate increase of more than 10%. He calls that a definite optic, which is generalized in Europe. But he also says that health officials are better positioned and more prepared than they were last February wins news time to 19 J..

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"hans clued" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"hans clued" Discussed on AP News

"Corona Virus Update. I'm a Donahue with an AP News Minute The number of people filing for unemployment remains consistently high. The Ape's Ben Thomas has the story. The Labor Department reports just over a million people filed first time claims for unemployment benefits last week. That was a drop of 98,000 from the week before before the Corona virus. Pandemic claims had never exceeded 700,000 in a week, but the number has been above a million most weeks since March. In all more than 14.5 million Americans. They're collecting traditional jobless benefits right now. That's up from just 1.7 million a year ago, a sign that many American families there, depending on unemployment checks to keep them afloat. Then. Thomas Washington The Food and Drug Administration is authorized the first rapid Corona virus test that doesn't eat any special computer equipment to get results. The European Union side a contract with British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca, to provide a possible Corona virus vaccine to its member states. I'm Ed Donahue. Corona Virus Update. I'm a Donahue with an AP News Minute The government says another one million people filed claims for unemployment benefits last week made time House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the White House is not being flexible and talks on a new Corona virus. Economic relief bill. We're not budging, understand this. They have to move. They have to move. Why should there be a bill that has a far less what the public needs. We have that responsibility at the World Health Organization. No one is Invincible Doctor Hans Clue is worried about people of all ages. Getting the virus the younger people indeed. We're not necessarily going to die from it, but it's a tornado with a long tail and it's a multi organ disease, so the virus is really attacking lungs but also heart and other organs and ACLU says the virus could spread to more vulnerable older people and cause an uptick in deaths. I'm a Donahue favor. Hood looks okay. I mean, there's some trees down and pence is blown over. There are a lot of places that are seriously damaged. We have seen ah, picture of our house and media still standing and looks pretty good. If you have an unpaid debt to the IRS that you can't pay..

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"hans clued" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:33 min | 9 months ago

"hans clued" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In the house chamber debating the merits of the new select committee and it was sure that the federal response is based on the best possible science and guided by health experts house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the panel would also root out waste fraud and abuse Arizona Republican Debbie Lesko sees a different motive the entire goal has been nonstop to criticize president trump in trying to influence the twenty twenty election a separate spending bills allocating nearly half a trillion dollars in small business loans in hospital funding is expected to pass with wide bipartisan support on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern fox news the White House says the latest report on unemployment benefits continue to show challenging times for many Americans more than four million filing first time claims last week that brings the total to about twenty six million out of work over the past five weeks the virus blamed for thousands of nursing home deaths in the U. S. and around the world the world health organization's year Apophis estimating up to haul off of people dying with the corona virus across the continent have been nursing home residents he's he's imagine what you would buy the G. the agency's Europe to Iraq to Hans clue get saying the pandemic is exposing overlooked corners of society it is over you'd be the reef no one behind and the staff could get urging European countries to use the crisis as a moments to revamp cast for the elderly thanks to Simon Ellin in London new York's governor announcing an investigation of possible nursing home violations America is listening to fox news W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go to make more available fifty three degrees on monument circle rain continues to fall all across central Indiana Broadcom here's what's trending at one oh two the Marion County health department has announced additional corona virus testing next week for people showing symptoms or in high risk groups we're hoping within the next thirty days there we will have at least a minimum of three different sites restarts are Indiana state fairgrounds in different parts of our shitty Marion County health director Virginia Cain says there will also be a focus on minority neighborhoods it's a popular fundraiser that many schools across the state do dance marathon to raise money for Riley children's hospital but since large groups of people dancing aren't possible right now schools are having to come up.

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Governments around the world attempt to ease restrictions on coronavirus lockdowns

Ben Shapiro

02:33 min | 9 months ago

Governments around the world attempt to ease restrictions on coronavirus lockdowns

"Meanwhile CNN reports people in the Czech Republic can I shop in hardware and bicycle stores play tennis and go swimming Austria plans to re open smaller shops after Easter Denmark will reopen kindergartens and schools from next week of coronavirus cases remain stable children in Norway will return to kindergarten a week later these nations are the first in the west to start feeling their way gradually out of limits on daily life imposed by governments to curb the spread of coronavirus for professional athlete or when I got the role the from the Czech Republic the easing restrictions Thursday mention to return to training and Julissa stadium in Prague for the first time since our country lockdown is great honestly I was full of excitement I feel great she said Dr Peter Drucker global health expert at Oxford said business school told CNN countries no easing the restrictions are important hopeful examples for the west but any loosening of limits will carry risk W. H. O. regional director of Europe Dr Hans clued the one this week that the situation in Europe is still very concerning and insisted now is not the time to relax measures so it is unclear exactly how far the deep relaxation of measures are going to go according to draw back who is he according to draw back who is one of the commentators on this particular issue that that global health expert Oxford's a business school he said the country is preparing to ease restrictions have something in common they were among the first in Europe to implement lockdowns or severe social distancing measures and rapidly scaled up corona virus testing he said that the plant's relax restrictions look reasonable and they look smart it's a gradual process will be able to learn and practice in terms of new infections if they use up too much in infections start to spike they can pull back a bit that's how every country is going to have to do is we're gonna have is basically a stop start model I first need to bend the curve second their health system needs to be able to cope so far that looks like the United States third they need a system in place for mass testing contact tracing in isolation so sick people can be isolated before they infect others and that's what everybody sort of wishes that they'd done it from the beginning Denmark has plans to send kids back to school in kindergarten from April fifteenth of coronavirus cases remain stable a life will still look far from normal many restrictions remain in place they're still banned gatherings of more than ten people that's been extended until may tenth church services cinemas and shopping centers are remaining closed festivals and large gatherings remain close all the way until August at Denmark's borders remain shot that was one of the first countries in Europe you shut its borders they did that on March thirteenth in closed schools cafes and shops as well as banning gatherings more than ten people and visits to the hospital in Czech Republic they moved swiftly to impose restrictions on travel ban large events and close nonessential businesses after declaring a state of emergency on March twelfth also they require that another million people to cover their faces with masks or scarves when outside the home from March

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"hans clued" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"hans clued" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Regional director of Europe Dr Hans clued the one this week that the situation in Europe is still very concerning and insisted now is not the time to relax measures so it is unclear exactly how far the the relaxation of measures are going to go according to draw back who is he according to draw back who is one of the commentators on this particular issue that that global health expert Oxford's a business school he said the country is preparing to ease restrictions have something in common they were among the first in Europe to implement lockdowns or severe social distancing measures and it rapidly scaled up corona virus testing he said the plans relax restrictions look reasonable and they look smart it's a gradual process they'll be able to learn and tracking is in terms of new infections if they use up too much in infections start to spike they can pull back a bit that's how every country is going to have to do is we're gonna have is basically a stop start model I first need to bend the curve second their health system need to be able to cope so far that was like the United States third they need a system in place for mass testing contact tracing in isolation so sick people can be isolated before they infect others and that's what everybody sort of wishes that they'd done it from the beginning Denmark has plans to send kids back to school in kindergarten from April fifteenth of coronavirus cases remain stable a life will still look far from normal many restrictions will remain in place there's still a ban on gatherings of more than ten people that's been extended until may tenth church services cinemas and shopping centers are remaining closed festivals and large gatherings remain close all the way until August of Denmark's borders remain shot that was one of the first countries in Europe to shut its borders they did that on March thirteenth at closed schools cafes and shops as well as banning gatherings of more than ten people and visits to the hospital in Czech Republic they moved swiftly to impose restrictions on travel ban large events and close nonessential businesses after declaring a state of emergency on March twelfth also they require their leather million people to cover their faces with masks or scarves when outside the home from March nineteenth since Tuesday people that allowed to exercise alone without facemask shot such as construction and hardware stores bicycle stores bicycle repair centers allowed to reopen from Thursday bikes are big obviously in the Czech Republic outdoor facilities for individual sports are we opening but only to some extent no more than two people can be in the same space they can't use the showers or lockers and essential travel outside the Czech Republic will be allowed from April fourteenth alone in Austria they're also attempting a step by step approach Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced this week the country's preparing for a resurrection after Easter re opening some small shops hardware and garden stores may April fourteenth they're requiring people to wear face masks to supermarkets and on public transportation from may first all shops shopping centers and hairdressers will open meanwhile restaurants and hotels will open from mid may at the earliest in a gradual process and he said that the the situation is not yet over citing Singapore because Singapore has seen a second wave of cases in Norway Norway is prioritizing reopening of schools are going to scale back their lockdown measures from April twentieth they're going to reopen it kindergartens the government believes the latest half provide the basis for cautious optimism right now the only ninety two deaths in Norway Germany is also attempting some new measures and then when you what what's really fascinating is that the the world's largest scale counter example of all of this is sweet there's a lot of talk early on about Sweden taking a very different model than everybody else Sweden looking at the at the way everybody else is locking down and say okay guys you're locking down you're gonna get a second wave what if we just kind of let everybody go about their business and then we told everybody who's old everybody that pre existing conditions to stay home no source was we took some measures but not totally in restaurants you just were supposed to eat at counter you're not supposed to eat and socially distance tables for example so how Sweden performing right now what Sweden has in grand total of nine hundred nineteen deaths out of some eleven thousand cases in Sweden there's a lot of talk about Sweden spiking that was expected I was always bewildered by the media coverage of Sweden because the suggestion was that they not expected some sort of spike no they they sort of did that was baked into the cake and the fact is that if you look at population by millions will die Sweden is not wildly outline from other European countries sweetness in ninety one deaths per million population Switzerland has you know hundred thirty Netherlands you know hundred sixty five Belgium seen three hundred thirty seven now of course they do the number of deaths is larger in per million is largely reflective of the fact that they're very very small populations Italy Germany Germany still at thirty six the United States is still sixty seven but virtually every other country in in Europe is actually has a worse record and deaths per million then in Sweden does so for all the talk last week blew it and Sweden looks worse than a lot of other countries that's just not true it really is not okay so it'll be interesting to see over the course of the year whether Sweden ends up having done the right thing or whether they have done the wrong thing so all of this has ramifications for the United States is how exactly are we going to reopen what is our strategy going to be and as I'm going to discuss in just a moment the answer is going to be data data and more data okay well everybody is trying to kick the can down the road when the data starts rolling it's time to make some tough decisions I'm sick of hearing that the decisions are not top that they're easy and anybody who suggests gradual re opening or even serious re opening is Pooh poohing death or that anybody who is who is calling for shutdowns is performing a comic I don't think that's true at least for the people who are in the decision making positions I think that's a that's very true in the commentary and I think in the commentary at their group of people who basically have a stake in suggesting that anyone says the word economy wants people to die a group of people but mistaken the suggestion anybody says the words shut down once but people be unemployed and the answer is we're gonna have to draw a middle line here because there will come a point here where the costs outweigh the benefits president trump is not wrong about that that's what public policy making is all about and pretend that even discussing the public policy some sort of verboten St is disgusting frankly is the biggest public policy decision that not only trump is ever gonna have to make a pretty much anybody's going to ever have to make to pretend that their nose their nose sort of stakes on either side is it easy of the highest order a little more than a moment the first is twenty twenty we've only just begun what is bound to be an insane your furnace have you noticed it's pretty wild like we had election but you remember the election I don't remember the election everything is crazy.

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European countries cautiously ease COVID-19 lockdown

Stephanie Trussell

01:59 min | 9 months ago

European countries cautiously ease COVID-19 lockdown

"Dr Peter Drucker global health expert at Oxford said business school told CNN countries no easing the restrictions are important hopeful examples for the west but any loosening of limits will carry risk W. H. O. regional director of Europe Dr Hans clued the one this week that the situation in Europe is still very concerning and insisted now is not the time to relax measures so it is unclear exactly how far the the relaxation of measures are going to go according to drawback because according to draw back who is well the commentators on this particular issue that that global health expert Oxford's a business school he said the country's preparing these restrictions have something in common they are among the first in Europe template lockdowns or severe social distancing measures and rapidly scaled up corona virus testing he said that the plant's relax restrictions look reasonable and they look smart it's a gradual process they'll be able to learn and practice in terms of new infections if they use up too much in infections start to spike they can pull back a bit that's how every country is going to have to do is we're gonna have is basically a stop start model I first need to bend the curve second their health system needs to be able to cope so far no outside the United States third they need a system in place for mass nesting contact tracing in isolation so sick people can be isolated before they infect others and that's what everybody sort of wishes that they had done it from the beginning Denmark has plans to send kids back to school in kindergarten from April fifteenth of coronavirus cases remain stable but life will still look far from normal many restrictions will remain in place they're still ban on gatherings of more than ten people that's been extended until may tenth church services cinemas and shopping centers are remaining closed festivals and large gatherings remain close all the way until August of Denmark's borders remain shot that was one of the first countries in Europe to shut its borders they did that on March thirteenth and closed schools cafes and shops as well as banning gatherings of more than ten people and visits to the hospital in Czech Republic they moved swiftly to impose restrictions on travel ban large events and close nonessential businesses after declaring a state of emergency on March twelfth also they require that another million people to cover their faces with masks or scarves when outside the home from March

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