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 Montana defies order on transgender birth certificates

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Montana defies order on transgender birth certificates

"Of Montana judge considers arguments on the states transgender birth certificate law In April judge Michael Moses with Montana's 13th judicial district temporarily blocked a 2021 state law that required transgender people trying to change their birth certificate to undergo surgery and obtain a court order Moses said the law was unconstitutionally vague and that people could go back to providing an affidavit to the state health department Now he's hearing from the state and the ACLU which is arguing that a new rule violates the previous court order the health department banned anyone from changing their sex on their birth certificate unless it was incorrect due to a clerical error Montana's attorney general Austin Newton led a group of 17 states whose attorneys general say a Biden administration proposal to solidify protections for transgender and gay students would coerce schools to teach what they called politically driven gender identity theories transgender plaintiffs say a birth certificate that doesn't match their gender identity puts

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 US offers more monkeypox vaccine to states and cities

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

US offers more monkeypox vaccine to states and cities

"There's more monkeypox vaccine available to states and cities I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest U.S. officials now say they are able to ship out more monkeypox vaccine doses than previously planned That's because of our strategy ship that allows more shots to be drawn from each vial The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services had previously anticipated allowing 221,000 doses to be ordered but officials now say they will release 442,000 doses to state local and territorial health departments The accelerated release was only possible because U.S. health officials said last week that they would stretch the nation's limited supply of the jynneos monkeypox vaccine by giving people one 5th the usual dose injected just under the skin previously each vaccine dose required a full vial injected into deeper

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Under fire, US officials say monkeypox can still be stopped

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Under fire, US officials say monkeypox can still be stopped

"Hi Mike Ross Reporting under fire U.S. officials say monkeypox can still be stopped Top Biden administration health officials said Thursday the monkeypox outbreak in the U.S. can still be stopped but cases continue to rise and the administration is being criticized about the pace of the response Even as federal leaders announced plans to distribute 780,000 shots of the two dose giant Eos vaccine health departments in San Francisco New York and Washington D.C. said they don't have enough shots to meet demand As of Wednesday the CDC said there were more than 4600 reported monkeypox cases in the U.S. and federal health officials expect the numbers to rise The monkey pox virus mainly spreads through skid on skin contact but it can also transmit through touching linens used by someone with the infection Mike Gracia Washington

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Mask wearing required in Kentucky's largest school district

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Mask wearing required in Kentucky's largest school district

"Kentucky's largest school district is now requiring masks as Jefferson county moves to its highest level of COVID community spread It comes a little more than two weeks before classes resume on August 10th The mandate also covers school buses district policy automatically requires universal masking whenever the county has a high level of COVID when community spread drops masks become optional The most recent figures from the health department which came out last Monday show more than 12,000 new cases in the county 2000 of them were for those under 18 years old I'm Julie Walker

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'Faucian Bargain' Author Steve Deace on a Shocking New German Study

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 2 months ago

'Faucian Bargain' Author Steve Deace on a Shocking New German Study

"With us right now is Steve dace. He wrote Fauci and bargain. Steve, welcome back to the program. I had somebody come up to me a couple days ago. They said, Charlie, I found this amazing podcaster from Iowa. I was like, oh yeah. Steve dace, they said, yeah, exactly. It was great. And so Steve, you're growing, and it's great to see. Welcome back to the program. There's a study out of Germany. You want to share with us? Yeah, it's actually an alert from the German health department. And you think it's bad here. Imagine you're a German citizen in the last two weeks. They told you, we're going to be able to help you heat your home this winter. And oh, by the way, yeah, that jab, we mandated you all take one out of every 5000 were estimating, creates what the German health department said, quote, is a serious adverse effect. Which vaccine was it? They did not specify which we was. It could be a combination therein, obviously AstraZeneca would be more prevalent in Europe than it's not here. But just to show you that those numbers are estimated low in our own vaccine adverse reporting system adverse effect reporting system, otherwise known as VAERS, there is more than that in just sheer hospitalizations that are reported on there. And if you know anything about VAERS, you've got to go through numerous pages of citations and stuff to report and adverse event, which leads to things being underreported there because it's not something that you can easily document in the system. It kind of weeds out people who aren't serious about reporting

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Dr. Caitlin Bernard Did Not Report Rape of 10-Year-Old to Authorities

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Caitlin Bernard Did Not Report Rape of 10-Year-Old to Authorities

"And some big questions being raised about the ten year olds. It turns out there was a ten year old child raped. There was a ten year old child who had to travel to Indiana. I guess on her doctor's orders and I'm hoping there's a lot of scrutiny about this Ohio doctor. This Caitlin would ever her name is because number one reportedly the doctor did not report the rape to the authorities to child protective services to the police as she's required to do as a medical doctor and number two, the reporting out of Ohio suggests that the rapist is a Guatemalan illegal. Here's Jesse watters last night on Fox News pointing out the obvious. Ohio detectives did their part, but there's still a lot of unanswered questions. Besides the girl not needing to cross state lines to Indiana for the abortion and whether the alleged rapist immigration status played any role in the cover up. Caitlin Bernard, the abortion Doctor Who performed the operation in Indiana, has a legal requirement to report the abortion to both child services and the state's health department because a ten year old isn't able to give consent and is therefore a rape victim. And from what we can find out so far, this Indian abortion doctor has covered this up. Failure to report is nothing new though for doctor Bernard. According to reporting from PJ media, she has a history of failing to report child abuse cases. And our sources as trace mentioned are telling Fox that doctor Bernard's employer, Indiana University health, has already filed a HIPAA violation against her. So is a criminal charge next. And will doctor Bernard lose her license?

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A Bipartisan Look at Opioids with David Carlucci

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:26 min | 2 months ago

A Bipartisan Look at Opioids with David Carlucci

"I really want to point out on this podcast if somebody is opening up this podcast and they're listening to me and David talk about this. Let me just say this real quickly. These drugs that you're getting that relate heroin and others that are being life. It could be your one time. It doesn't, you're not going to be 6 years strong out and then all of a sudden hit one. You could do this the first time and I think this is the important part. You know, we can have differences on how we actually live with marijuana or cannabis, those kinds of things. But one of the things that we struggle with in Congress, David, and I know it came back to a state level, was the access to opioids that came out of basically legal prescriptions. And that sort of triggered off this sort of latest round about ten to 12 years ago when, you know, whether it be more health insurer plan, whatever the doctors were prescribing them is if, frankly, they had no effect. I think we're getting a handle on that, but we're still feeling the after effects from what I've seen. I don't know how that was in New York. It is Georgia and other places. No access to opioids, like OxyContin, you know, have just really exacerbated the situation. And we look at former marketing materials that made opioid seem like they were not addicted. The total opposite, right? It's one of the addictive substances on earth. And you're absolutely right. This is not a recreational drug. You know, this isn't a joint and hanging out. Opioids are a serious, serious addiction. And I remember naloxone or Narcan, the brand name accessible. And this was about the commissioner of the health department of New York State that I was in a back and forth because at that time you needed a prescription to carry naloxone, which is the opioid antidote. And if we get it in someone's system or rise up. So we actually had to pass New York and we were the first state to do this to say that naloxone would be accessible over the counter doing that legislation. It didn't need to be legislated, but it wasn't being done through the health department. The health department could have issued just like they do to issue vaccines for the flu or other issues like COVID, what we've seen with vaccines. But that's where it gets back to the

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Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots

"Some state lawmakers are taking aim at the distribution of newly available COVID vaccines for children under 5 Top Tennessee Republican House leaders are urging governor Bill Lee to delay the state's health department from distributing and promoting COVID-19 vaccines that are now available for infants toddlers and preschoolers In a letter sent Wednesday to the Republican governor State House leaders including Tennessee House speaker Cameron Sexton and House majority leader William Lambert said they had too many concerns surrounding the vaccine for those under 5 years old the lawmakers claimed that the COVID-19 emergency has long passed in Tennessee though that statement is disputed by public health experts The letter comes just days after Florida raised eyebrows for being the only state in the country not to pre order the vaccine for its toddlers Florida's Republican governor Ron DeSantis said he wouldn't facilitate their distribution but the shots are available to those who want them I'm Jennifer King

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Biden visits clinic, celebrates COVID shots for kids under 5

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Biden visits clinic, celebrates COVID shots for kids under 5

"President Biden visited a vaccination clinic in Washington D.C. more people are now eligible to get coronavirus shots Monumental step forward to the United States is now the first country in the world to offer safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months old The president also delivered a thinly veiled criticism of Florida governor Ron DeSantis who blocked his health department from ordering and delivering pediatric vaccines in his estate Elected officials shouldn't get in the way And make it more difficult for parents who want their children to be vaccinated I want to protect them and those around them This is no time for politics The White House says Florida doctors will be able to order vaccines for children under 5 from the federal government Ed Donahue Washington

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19 diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease in Bronx; 1 death

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

19 diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease in Bronx; 1 death

"And outbreak of legionnaires disease in a New York City neighborhood has sickened 19 people since the beginning of the month with one person dying The city health department says cooling towers in the hybrid section of The Bronx have been tested for legionella bacteria which causes legionnaires disease a form of pneumonia the bacteria was found in four of the towers which the department ordered to be disinfected In addition to the person who died 8 people have been hospitalized the health department says people get legionnaires disease when they breathe in water vapor with the bacteria It isn't contagious and most people don't get sick but symptoms are similar to the flu and those with symptoms should seek healthcare Julie Walker New York

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Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates

"Coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases are are are are up up up up and and and and some some some some schools schools schools schools are are are are bringing bringing bringing bringing back back back back masking masking masking masking the the the the return return return return of of of of face face face face masks masks masks masks in in in in schools schools schools schools is is is is not not not not nearly nearly nearly nearly as as as as widespread widespread widespread widespread as as as as earlier earlier earlier earlier in in in in the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic with with with with public public public public concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about the the the the virus virus virus virus ebbing ebbing ebbing ebbing but but but but some some some some school school school school districts districts districts districts in in in in Maine Maine Maine Maine New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts are are are are going going going going back back back back to to to to facemask facemask facemask facemask requirements requirements requirements requirements or or or or recommending recommending recommending recommending them them them them reported reported reported reported daily daily daily daily cases cases cases cases nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide are are are are up up up up fifty fifty fifty fifty percent percent percent percent over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks although although although although that's that's that's that's thought thought thought thought to to to to be be be be an an an an undercount undercount undercount undercount since since since since most most most most tests tests tests tests are are are are now now now now being being being being taken taken taken taken at at at at home home home home and and and and not not not not reported reported reported reported to to to to health health health health departments departments departments departments CDC CDC CDC CDC data data data data shows shows shows shows most most most most of of of of the the the the counties counties counties counties in in in in the the the the country country country country considered considered considered considered to to to to have have have have high high high high levels levels levels levels of of of of code code code code nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen are are are are in in in in the the the the north north north north east east east east Bangor Bangor Bangor Bangor and and and and Portland Portland Portland Portland Maine Maine Maine Maine schools schools schools schools brought brought brought brought back back back back a a a a temporary temporary temporary temporary mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate this this this this week week week week with with with with Portland Portland Portland Portland superintendent superintendent superintendent superintendent saying saying saying saying it it it it was was was was the the the the safest safest safest safest course course course course at at at at this this this this time time time time I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents

"As as as as New New New New York York York York recovers recovers recovers recovers from from from from the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic so so so so are are are are the the the the city's city's city's city's rats rats rats rats in in in in numbers numbers numbers numbers that that that that health health health health department department department department data data data data suggest suggest suggest suggest could could could could be be be be the the the the highest highest highest highest in in in in at at at at least least least least a a a a decade decade decade decade so so so far far far this this this year year year people people people have have have called called called in in in what what what could could could be be be a a a record record record number number number of of of rat rat rat sightings sightings sightings some some some seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand four four four hundred hundred hundred that's that's that's nearly nearly nearly two two two thirds thirds thirds more more more than than than right right right before before before the the the start start start of of of the the the call call call the the the outbreak outbreak outbreak Richard Richard Richard Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds runs runs runs a a a group group group that that that uses uses uses dogs dogs dogs to to to hunt hunt hunt for for for rats rats rats what what what happened happened happened during during during the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic was was was that that that your your your restaurant restaurant restaurant shut shut shut down down down he he he says says says the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic force force force rodents rodents rodents to to to scrounge scrounge scrounge for for for food food food out out out in in in the the the open open open waiting waiting waiting outside outside outside guiding guiding guiding came came came along along along there there there was was was food food food again again again but but but you've you've you've got got got some some some hungry hungry hungry rats rats rats and and and they're they're they're going going going to to to come come come right right right up up up on on on your your your dinner dinner dinner table table table and and and get get get it it it as as as part part part of of of its its its war war war on on on the the the pesky pesky pesky Berman Berman Berman the the the city city city plans plans plans to to to install install install padlock padlock padlock garbage garbage garbage bins bins bins and and and sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks to to to drop drop drop the the the rodents rodents rodents back back back into into into the the the shadows shadows shadows barbecue barbecue barbecue no no no call call call upon upon upon New New New York York York

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Philadelphia to end mask mandate, days after reinstating it

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Philadelphia to end mask mandate, days after reinstating it

"The the the the reinstated reinstated reinstated reinstated facemask facemask facemask facemask mandate mandate mandate mandate in in in in Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia has has has has been been been been lifted lifted lifted lifted again again again again Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia health health health health officials officials officials officials have have have have announced announced announced announced they're they're they're they're ending ending ending ending the the the the city's city's city's city's indoor indoor indoor indoor mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate abruptly abruptly abruptly abruptly reversing reversing reversing reversing course course course course just just just just days days days days after after after after saying saying saying saying people people people people would would would would have have have have to to to to start start start start wearing wearing wearing wearing masks masks masks masks again again again again at at at at indoor indoor indoor indoor activities activities activities activities in in in in the the the the city city city city they they they they had had had had cited cited cited cited a a a a sharp sharp sharp sharp increase increase increase increase in in in in the the the the number number number number of of of of Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen infections infections infections infections but but but but the the the the board board board board of of of of health health health health is is is is just just just just voted voted voted voted to to to to rescind rescind rescind rescind the the the the mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate and and and and the the the the health health health health department department department department says says says says case case case case counts counts counts counts are are are are leveling leveling leveling leveling and and and and hospitalizations hospitalizations hospitalizations hospitalizations are are are are decreasing decreasing decreasing decreasing the the the the city city city city faced faced faced faced major major major major blowback blowback blowback blowback and and and and a a a a legal legal legal legal challenge challenge challenge challenge when when when when it it it it announced announced announced announced last last last last week week week week that that that that masks masks masks masks would would would would be be be be needed needed needed needed to to to to be be be be worn worn worn worn again again again again I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap

"Hopes are fading in accounting in Alabama for a late surge in new coronavirus vaccinations nurse Jordan Ledbetter keeps a hand written log of vaccinations in Marion County Alabama sheriffs are at the amount of vaccines I gave that day there are a lot of zeroes on that log there have been days where I haven't given any vaccines in a county of roughly thirty thousand people only fourteen showed up at the health department for an initial vaccines during the first six weeks of the year I was really hoping that the start of covered that we had a few weeks ago would increase vaccination numbers but it hasn't Judy Smith with the county health department says this is the pandemic reality in Alabama people are just over it they're just tired of it and one of the biggest challenges that public health has right now is not to keep it in everybody's face but to keep it enough on the forefront that people are not dying in nearly thirty six percent of the population are fully immunized in Marion County I'm a Donahue

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Russell Brand Mocks CNN's Brian Stelter in New Video

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 8 months ago

Russell Brand Mocks CNN's Brian Stelter in New Video

"This is on rumble. I guess Russell Brand is a conservative. Maybe he's just a liberal like to laugh at CNN. But well edited well put together, check this out. Very interesting when anything dominates the news cycle, particularly at a time that other important and interesting things are potentially occurring. I want to show all kinds of opinions, which sounds great, but not all opinions are created equal. No, it's a little funny. You're not only making people not trust you, or you're making all natural name. Think about major news. CNN that have health departments and deaths and operations that work hard on verified information on COVID-19. They can't say that after the way they carried on around that horse paste stuff. Ivermectin is something more often used to deworm horses. Yes, that's the deworming medicine. When you have a horse deworming medication. Of course, the warmer. To deworm livestock. As a horse, dewormer. That's the upside down where we're in with figures like Joe Rogan. That one example showed you that they were not operating in good faith. I care about the way that information is conveyed to us and whether or not that means there's an agenda at play. For example, I don't think Joe Rogan does have an agenda. I don't think Joe Rogan stops that podcast, which takes bloody hours and goes right.

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New York's Race-Based Preferential COVID Treatments Are Wholly Unethical

The Trish Regan Show

01:15 min | 9 months ago

New York's Race-Based Preferential COVID Treatments Are Wholly Unethical

"I told you last week about how the state of New York was prioritizing. Antibody treatments for COVID based on race. They actually have a document that they put out the health department saying that they consider race if you are non white or Latino to be a qualifying a pre qualifier. It puts you first on the list. Because historically, you've been at a disadvantage. Think about that. They are trying to use race right now to bump people up for healthcare. So if I'm a wealthy Colombian born Wall Street trader or banker, I get treatment for preferential treatment over the poor poor white guy that doesn't have two cents to rub together. I mean, think about how wrong that is. It's so insane. And yet this president and his party have increasingly moved in that direction. And in doing so, and in doing so, they are leaving America and Americans behind, because everyday Americans, I don't care the color of your skin. You don't care about all that, jazz. When you are looking at a 7% increase in the cost of everything you do.

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COVID Is Everywhere, But Good Luck Determining Which Variant You Have

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 min | 9 months ago

COVID Is Everywhere, But Good Luck Determining Which Variant You Have

"Be back in the studio again after extended absence over the holidays. About a week longer than I wanted it to be. I had already had Christmas vacation planned, but also wound up with COVID. Mild case, couple of days of mild symptoms got the monoclonal antibodies treatment. The day after I was got my first positive case had a couple of days of fever, a mild dry cough and that was it by day three or four I was a 100% a lot of people I know have COVID right now, including my one of my sons, my granddaughter, she's got some dear Friends with it right now. We've got people on our team here. It's everywhere. And of course, good luck finding out whether it's the omicron or the delta variant because there isn't really any way to know they don't tell you they turn it over to the health department, I guess they make that determination. But who knows?

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Missouri AG demands that local COVID mandates end

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Missouri AG demands that local COVID mandates end

"Missouri's Missouri's Attorney Attorney General General is is warning warning municipal municipal officials officials that that he he will will take take legal legal action action against against them them if if they they enforce enforce Kobe Kobe and and safety safety measures measures local local school school districts districts and and health health departments departments in in Missouri Missouri have have been been sent sent a a letter letter from from the the Attorney Attorney General General ordering ordering them them to to immediately immediately stop stop enforcing enforcing or or even even publicizing publicizing public public health health directives directives like like mask mask mandates mandates and and quarantine quarantine orders orders adding adding that that they they don't don't have have the the authority authority to to enforce enforce them them under under state state law law A. A. G. G. Eric Eric Schmidt Schmidt cited cited a a ruling ruling from from a a judge judge last last month month who who declared declared health health orders orders issued issued by by local local authorities authorities are are now now null null and and void void Schmidt Schmidt says says failure failure to to follow follow the the court's court's judgment judgment may may result result in in enforcement enforcement action action I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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"health department" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

WAMU: Local News

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"health department" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

"This is wwl. amu eighty eight. Fives morning edition. I'm esther chum. Akili surging corona virus infections the rise of the delta variant the return to in-person schooling. All of these factors lend even more urgency to the already. Urgent task of getting people vaccinated. What types of vaccine outreach are. Actually working w. a. amuse margaret barton has been covering health and the pandemic. She joins us now to talk about this. Good morning margaret. Hi esther thanks for having me. Okay so give us the baseline of where we stand with. Vaccinations in our region right. So as we've talked about before Vaccinations are fairly good here. So in. Dc for instance about sixty four percent of all residents have gotten at least one shot. But as you said. There's a lot of new urgency now of because of the delta variant meanwhile. Vaccinations have really kind of flatlined since earlier. Endless summer we are seeing a very slate upward trend in vaccinations in virginia in maryland. These days public health officials will tell you that. We're really in this sort of difficult part of the vaccine outreach effort where it's really about finding people who haven't gotten the shot and figuring out what information they need or what help they need to get access to the shot. I spoke to dr gloria auto in su who leads the fairfax county health department in start about doing folk music buddies about doing with communities we engaged with community and For their help so that we can help them and so. I think you'll hear a lot of that from public health leaders right now. What are health officials learning about. What actually works in the new phase of vaccine outreach. This is a question. I've been really curious about for awhile esther. The alexandria health department actually has been collecting data from its outreach. Efforts one of the most striking findings is that thirty six percent of unvaccinated people who had contact with an outreach worker so maybe they stopped by a table at an event or somebody knocked on their door. Thirty six percent of those unvaccinated people eventually went on to get an appointment So that's a pretty good success rate. I spoke to natalie. Tell us who is the department's population health manager. The bottom line of what we know is that consistency conversations and community connections are the things that were so tell us says that the health department will be examining the data that they've collected Closely to kind of zero in on the locations where their outreach teams are running into more unvaccinated people and they're also planning to start asking people some survey questions at vaccine clinics to try to figure out why they're choosing to get vaccinated now as opposed to earlier in the pandemic. So there's more to come there. So who are these unvaccinated people. Yeah so in our region it's basically kind of breaks down into a young people and blocking lot next people though. At least some health departments are making some limited progress including those racial gaps. The youth vaccinations piece of course is really interesting. Especially since school systems are gearing up to go back to in person classes later this month so officials are really scrambling to get shots to kids ages. Twelve and up who are eligible for them in dc. They've got a new incentive program going they're giving out gift cards and air pods to kids for getting vaccinated. I actually went to vaccine clinic at justice. High school in fairfax county and it was really busy. Spoke to laura hockey. Who's starting middle school this year. Since i'm going to be seeing more people. Now i feel it's better for me. Some of the public health officials. I've talked to really see this as a moment of urgency But also an opportunity to reach people because schools are this big public institution that a lot of people have regular contact with so. It's a good opportunity to get them to take the shot. That's still you. Amu's margaret bartell. Giving us an update on vaccine outreach in our region margaret. Thank you so much. Thanks so much. For having the esther..

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"health department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"health department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Clearwater. Latest Health department report shows more than two million people have now received the Corona virus vaccination, including almost 700,000, who are fully vaccinated. Health officials are also reporting about 5700 new coronavirus cases. On Monday, 24 vaccinated horses from Sarasota Memorial Hospital were among the 7500 healthcare heroes. Invited to attend Super Bowl 55 nurse Rebekka Izquierdo tells use Channel eight. The group felt the appreciation from the NFL, the kindred e and the crowds throughout the night. It's just been a fairy tale and the bug's bringing home the championship was the fairy tale ending we were looking for, and we got it. Penelas County Sheriff Bob Galtieri says Someone was able to hack into the computer system that controls the city's water supply and increase the level of sodium hydroxide or law. Like the sheriff says. While that significant the operator on duty saw what was happening and stabilized things quickly, even if the plane operator had not quickly reversed the increased amount of sodium hydroxide. Would have taken between 24 36 hours for that water to hit the water supply system, and there are redundancies in place where the water had been checked before it was released. There's no word on why Oldsmar might have been targeted on Twitter, Senator Marco Rubio said. This should be treated as a matter of national security. A social media post threatening a shooting at his school landed in a 12 year old Pinellas County boy in the Juvenile Assessment Center. The message was seen by another student who tipped off the school resource officer, the seminal middle schools. Wouldn't admitted to sending the snap, saying he was upset of a recent break up and didn't mean what he said He's been charged with false report concerning the use of firearms. The Tampa Bay Lightning down the Nashville Predators, 41. With Florida's news. I'm John Conrad plan.

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"health department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"health department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Health Department where if you have doors or or wall that opened up to the outside and tables that are just inside that Area could be used. I mean, there's Again. As I said, we have the igloos. We have the train cars. We've got you name it. They've been coming up with different types of ways to try to have operate within the law. And safely but stand business. Will you use the phrase work around and I think that's about right. I think some of the people are finding ways to follow the letter of the law, but not the spirit. But they're still open and dining is generally more distanced and dining is generally breezier, and it's cooler and some people still want to go out in those conditions. I was on the west side of Chicago, not that long ago in the West Loop. Picking up some food, and I was amazed at how many people were having full dinners, drinking margaritas, and they were sitting in these sort of indoor outdoor igloo situations with heating lamps. They still had their coats, mittens and hats and gloves on as they're holding their cold drinks. People with that know anxious to eat at a restaurant. You are 100% correct. I mean, last night I was driving down Van Buren Street near downtown. People are outside sitting a tape. You can see your breath as a rule. We tend not to eat at restaurants where you can see your breath. But people are doing that's how anxious they are to do it. Minus five days. Says the mayor in Naperville. I hope you guys can open up Justus quickly as possible. Maybe in five, so we'll be in touch. Thanks for your time today, Steve. Thank you. Appreciate it. Steve Jericho is the mayor in Naperville. Well, you heard him. Social media can be a dangerous place for families Stay tuned more. John Williams is coming up next after the break on the WGN radio show case. You see, it's a great time to.

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"health department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"health department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"L. A County Health department says the recent rain likely sent gunk from city streets and other spots into the ocean advisories in effect until at least 7 30 tomorrow morning, Dr Anthony Fauci says. Even with President Biden's plan to increase covert 19 vaccinations across the country, it's still gonna take a while to make vaccines available to everyone likely will be some time. In April, but the full will be when you get to the point where everyone will have been vaccinated. She says. The current goals to improve the coordination between states and the federal government to get the vaccine out as quickly as possible. And Twitter's trying out a feature that lets some users flag tweets considered misleading and write notes to offer context. The Bird Watch project is only in the U. S right now. Twitter says It's ultimately expects between 102,000 Bird watchers who are admitted on a rolling basis and who are not paid. Last year, the Social media site started adding labels and warnings. Account information and misinformation. Sugar crash in Claremont. It's a westbound side of the 10. Just past Indian Hill car spun out hit the center divider bounce back into the left lane. CHP's on the scene the For Little Gawker's block here, Road work underway in Ontario Caltrans crews working on the eastbound side of the 60 Archibald over to the 15 carpool and left lanes out of commission could wrap up his late is 6 A.m. and C. H. P s on the scene in Sandwich, You know to 10 West Pastel Rosa. That's a wreck involving three cars, right Lane is blocked with little bunch up if he as you approach Hey, if I and this guy helps get you there faster I'm wrong and Duggan 30% chance of showers out there through the night And tomorrow morning those about 40 degrees on an off chance of rain 30 40% tomorrow during the day and cool around 50.

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"health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Opening clinics for the first time, people 80 and older can begin receiving the Cova 19 Vaccine and Hamilton County. The Health Department has a goal of administering 116 160 vaccine. Today News A Talia Hodges is live in Noblesville, where people will roll up their sleeves. Good morning. Hey, Good morning. So this vaccination site here at the four H Fairgrounds is opening at nine o'clock this morning. They have 800 dosages for the week. But the health department hopes to give out at least 160 today. Now this is the first time people 80 and older will be joining first responders and health care workers and getting their vaccination shot. Those who need transportation to and from here are two dialed to 11. The State Health Department says people will have Come back at least 28 days later for their second dosage. Now Christian Walker. He's with the Hamilton County Health Department, he says. Getting people 80 years old and older, vaccinated as soon as possible will relieve the strain on our healthcare system and prevent them from getting sick and possibly dying. The older folks are more likely to have negative outcomes up to and including death in the if they catch cold, bitter, they contract Colbert so by vaccinating down, we're preventing them from having that negative outcome. It's also helping relieve the strain on our healthcare system as well. The hammock Tin County Health Department. They're still asking people to wear their masks. Even after getting vaccinated to still wash their hands and socially distant. The site will be open until four o'clock this afternoon. Monday through Friday, they will be giving out the vaccination from 9 A.m. to 4 p.m.. Now to learn how to register. You can head to our Web site at which TV Com Reporting Live in.

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"health department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"health department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Loved broaches beads and bar Retz died. He care one hand over on March 30th five days after the evacuation. I know that the day before the evacuation, my mother was still vocal. My mother was still coherent, and now she was gone. There's something else a little odd about the whole ST Joseph Fair and its administrative. All 36 of ST Joe's residents who died after the move are listed as having died at ST Joe's. Not care. One The New Jersey Health Department, told NPR in a statement that during outbreaks death sir count based on the association with an outbreak facility, not the actual location of the individual's death. But that Presupposes though, is that no one got the virus. It care one after the transfer for coach elects youngest daughter, Angie. All of this was more than she could take on my mom was 93. It's realistic to think that she probably wouldn't have lived more than a few more years. I get that, but she wasn't able to die with dignity. And comfort. That's the thing that that hurts the most. And remember Eva Kasaba, that woman who watched the evacuation from across the street. She lost her mother, too, And she believes the stress of the move, which she saw on her mother's face, and that evening news footage contributed to her death. Kasab was mother tested positive for the coronavirus five days after her arrival of care one She was dead. Two days after that. With her engine. Teal caught the virus at ST Joe's or it Care. One is unclear for Kasaba, who's a nurse. The more fundamental problem was the state's decision to evacuate ST Joe's in the first place. No other facility was every evacuated after that. I'm sure they realized What a mistake. That was, because if it wasn't a mistake, they would have done it with other facilities, and it wasn't done. Last November, There was a surprise party for engine teal accent jobs. She was singing dancing full of life in a video cassette of his mother's wearing a pretty sweater in their balloons and cupcakes. Ma sing your song on Everybody was trying to get her to see my mom used to sing on the radio. She would be on every I think every Saturday don't done, nephew told Mento toward.

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"health department" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"health department" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It's looking like 2020 globally will end up as the hottest year on record last month was the second hottest November and recorded history. That's what the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says. No. Also says the 1st 11 months of this year are the second warmest on record, but agency officials have there's a 55% chance that 2020 will equal or even surpassed 2016 as the hottest year on record injury. Stewart reports that the NASA, meanwhile, says last month was the hottest November and this so far is the hottest year. Virginia's public Health department, says the state's contact tracing APP now interacts with several nearby states, meaning users can rely on the state's covert wise act to inform them that they've come into contact with someone who's tested positive for the coronavirus in nearby states. Making news and analysis, a town hall dot com. Apples discloses how it personal information will be used. Apple rolled out new disclosures on what personal information is being gathered by the digital services in its APP store. Apple also will mandate that all iPhone APS obtained permission before tracking a user's activities on the device. Keith Peters reporting tech giant Oracle moving its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Austin, Texas, The business software maker says it will keep its major hubs at its current home and Redwood City, California. It's just south of San Francisco, along with other locations. Texas has long targeted companies and high cost California for relocation. This month. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, one of the early companies in Silicon Valley, said it will move to the Houston Texas area. Toyota has already shifted It's US headquarters from Southern California. Who just north of downtown Dallas in the city of plain out more in the stories of town hall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tre. to invite you to join Dennis Prager and Mike Gallagher for a travel opportunity..

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"health department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Health Department environmentalist, right? Yes. The Health department's environmentalist was concerned that one that the person our young man would lose his job if he was arrested that day. He was placed under arrest because he could not afford to put in his septic system. And apparently he trying to work with this young man, But it was just so expensive. And so when I went to court, I did explain it to the judge and explain to her that that he couldn't afford it also explain, um, that we were trying to help you. No understand the problem and And try to help families that were we're facing. Potentially being arrested for not having septic systems so she eventually let him go. But there were also there was also another person in the courtroom, and she has spent the weekend in jail. And had been arrested for not having a septic system well. You know, I'm in the county is obliged to ensure No, that there aren't dangerous and unhealthy conditions. That's why there's a permitting system. That's why they act, but it just doesn't make any sense to expect people to do what they cannot do, right. It doesn't make any sense. I agree with you. You know, in the book, One of the things we learn is that you are a woman who you do a lot of networking. You'd make a lot of connections and you've been effective. In getting business leaders, philanthropist activist together and you've helped a lot of people too. Resolve their problems. Is it harder to get people to pay attention to rural poverty than urban poverty? Do you think? Yes, it's very hard to get people to pay attention to rule poverty because most of those people don't understand it. Most people don't understand the way well, communities are organized because I often get questions like why do they not have this? Why do they not have that when people come to visit? I have to tell them write down the directions because there may come a time when you may not have a phone signal. And you can't rely on GPS so or or in the case where people look at an address and say, Oh, that person lives in Thailand, Alabama and assuming that Tyler Alabama's in Lands County because this part of the address Tyler, Alabama's actually in Dallas County, and that's where the post office is located. There were their mail comes from so That is, is those kinds of things that we have to teach people that are not for me. You would rule communities and because they're not for me a lot of things they just don't see. How much of this is about race? This kind of poverty? It depends on where is located. I think it's about race and class. I think that in lounge county for an example a lot of it is about race, but poor white people are having the same problems if I've gone the areas outside of Alabama. I've gone toe. Appalachia is part of the new poor People's campaign. I've seen it there, too. The only difference with people were white or of one goes to indigenous communities. You see the same thing Latinas communities and now would cold it. I think the communities that are most vulnerable that have probably Having the higher death and infection rates are those communities that are living in extreme poverty and also do not have access to work in infrastructure. When you look at this problem of these individual poor home owner, some trailer some elements small homes that aren't connected to county systems and Septic systems are expensive, not particularly well suited to the clay soil and high water tables that you have there. Is there a big fix? What would it take to really resolve this issue for for people that are suffering? Um, what is going to take? It is the first of all find used in technology that works. This problem is not just a louse County problem. This is a problem all over Rule America, and it's also a global problem. Given example going outside of lands can in the Miami Dade County area. I saw an article that said that they hadn't over billion dollar septic tank problem because the sea level rise, they're not working. Now we're finding that wastewater the way waste what is treated in some places Create more contamination. Um, In some cases, the leaks and waste water is contaminated the drinking water. Lisa Wastewater is causing fish kills algae blooms, and we have not understood that it's time for us to develop green wastewater treatment that takes into account climate change. Gonna take another break here. Let me reintroduce you. Catherine Coleman Flowers book is waste one woman's fight against America's dirty secret. She'll be back to talk more after this short break. I'm Dave Davies, and this is fresh air..

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"health department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Any effort to lessen the exponential growth we're seeing right now requires this stuff. Our local health departments. I agree with the We're seeing spread at these facilities. Matt Hunt, the director of the Barren River District Health Department, said quote We have 46 total clusters impacting 189 cases at restaurants and bars within our district. Currently our district has 13 open clusters impacting 52 cases. That remains committed to the cove in 19 response efforts and encourages the community to remain vigilant about using masks, social distancing and following critical guidelines. Dr Lin Sadler district. Director of health at the northern Kentucky Health Department, said they strongly support their local businesses and economy are urgently concerned about the transmission of Cove it in crowds. She says. Some local restaurants are being proactive with igloos and outdoor dining as well as take out or third party delivery, Dr Samuels said. Many are placing great effort on following the rules. But others are not, she said. Quote a restaurant environment still has plenty of opportunity to be unmasked while sitting in a crowded environment and therefore greater opportunity to become infected. Anecdotally bars and bars with food service seem to do a poor job at having those in their establishments follow their guidance Complaints keep coming in every day from individuals concerned about businesses, not following Covert gardens, while case numbers are exploding. People need to do a better job for the sake of others in the community. This is a tough But an important step. I realize It's also painful one So many Of our restaurants and bars are small businesses. Have people's futures invested in them. So to attempt to provide some I'll be it. Not enough relief. We're launching a $40 Million fund. To assist restaurants and bars impacted by this step. Entities to qualify, will receive $10,000 to use for various costs, not alone and attempt to help with those costs to share more details. We have Latasha Buckner, my chief of staff, who will run down some of the general requirements. Thank you, Governor. There's a governor indicated he's allotted about $40 million from the coronavirus relief bond. It's a federal fund used to help offset some of the cost. Expenses related to battling the coronavirus. This team Kentucky Food and Beverage Relief Fund will provide assistance to qualifying restaurants and bars. It will be administered by the Public Protection Cabinet, which is finalizing the program. Details. Applications will be accepted online from November 30th through December 18 and will be providing additional information as the process goes along, and we set up the website but here a few key point It's available to businesses that are operating is bars and restaurants. Currently, the businesses will be eligible for 10,000 and assistance, but the maximum ward if you have more than one location will be $20,000 per business entity. Businesses with at least 50% of their sales via drive throughs will not be eligible for their ward, and you may not be owned by a publicly traded company. We really want to make sure that we target the mom and pops and individual business owners out there who may be suffering from the largest impact. All businesses must certify that they're going to be in compliance with the governor's orders and remain in compliance with the executive orders in public told reporters. We know this doesn't cover the entire impact caused your business by covert 19. But we're hoping that it will help some in the meantime, and we'll keep you in. We'll give you updated as we finalized more details. Thank you. Thank you, Latasha. We're working hard to save lives. It's not easy for anybody. We need your help to make sure we get there. We have all sacrificed so much and we don't have much farther to go. We cannot give up now. Other new steps. Gems. Will be a 33% occupancy and masking will now be required. Group classes are prohibited. We see significant spreading through group classing classes. Now let's talk for a minute about sports. Kh ESA made a decision today to postpone all fall sports and their practices until past the December 13th date or operating That same decision will be applied for all indoor recreation facilities. S O. No indoor practices or sports teams. Think about cheerleading. Jim's close to group activities. Individual lessons are allowed. But masking is required, and we seen cases come out of numerous cheerleading gyms and martial arts studios. Again. This is about a three week or three weekend, several day effort about two cycles of the virus to make sure we get this under control so that these types of events Are safer. When we come out of it. The occupancy also applies 33%, 2 pools, bowling alleys and similar businesses. During the same time frame. We need our professional services in our office based businesses toe have all employees who are able to work from home. Impossible. Businesses should close to the public and, if open, maintain 33% of their employees at most, and their facility at one time. We're asking everybody In these targeted areas. Do this at the same time, so we get our maximum impact. If we're going to take a swing at this virus, we want to make sure we swing hard enough. Truly impact its direction and to stop exponential growth. Want to thank everybody who has stepped up and done his or her part, But we need you now, more than ever. Now schools. Like everyone who was working so hard to continue to educate our Children and make sure they have access to healthy meals are Children are resilient, but they're also sacrificing so much. And I see this firsthand. Children do better there in person classes, and they're a lot easier to deal with. At home. This virus had its level right.

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"health department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And on Friday, he voted for the very first time. One more vote in the world. It wasn't being And one more vote from people that no one expected to vote and I was thinking I get a chance to cast a vote for all those other people like me and all those that Acosta really get a chance to cast the vote and say We got a say in this, too, he says. It felt great to finally have a say in who governs him. You know, I didn't have a president. My president was commissioner of the Department of Corrections in the Guard's those built by your president and the senators. Suzanne Saz Ville W. B. C. Boston's news radio and the Health Department has just now put out the new CO vin numbers For today. The 31st It is the eighth consecutive day of more than 1000 cases, though they are down from yesterday. 12 92 1292 more positive tests along with 16 deaths, The total death toll is up to 9760. Six. Halloween may seem extra frightening this year. Thanks to a full moon. Dean Yukio has more. It will be visible in every time zone on Saturday, something that hasn't happened since 1944 and the next one won't happen until 2039. It's also known as Blue Moon, even though the color won't change. Scientists use the term to describe the second full moon of the month. And that only happens every 2 to 3 years. If you look up tonight that fiery red star near the Blue Moon that's the red Planet Mars won't pass this close to earth again for another 15 years. And don't let looking up at the sky distract you from turning that clock back. We do get in extra witching hour this Halloween night. More sleep is what that means, for most welcome change for many, but for others that she Shift in the darker winter season.

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"health department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"While the Metro Health Department may issue what it calls appropriate penalties to Christian worship leaders Sean Foyt after a mask less crowd of thousands showed up for a gathering downtown yesterday. Day. One of the confirmation hearings on Judge Amy Cockney buried has come to an end. The day was made up mostly of statements by the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Democrats focusing on health care, saying Barrettes nomination furthers Republicans attempts to get rid of Obama care Senator Kamala Harris in the middle of a pandemic. 23 million Americans could lose their health insurance all together. Republicans, meanwhile, say she's a qualified jurist who would be a steady hand on the high court Senator Tom Tillis, she reaches conclusions dictated by the law. Not my personal preference. That's the right thing to do. In her opening statement, Barrett expressed her views on the role of the Supreme Court. I believe Americans of all backgrounds deserve an independent Supreme Court that interprets our Constitution and laws as they're written, and I believe I can serve my country by playing that role with continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearings. I'm Mark Re Malard ABC NEWS. Georgia residents in the Atlanta Metro area are waiting hours in line. First day of early voting for the general election. Some voters showed up to the polling location before it opened while others waited in line for up to five hours. Videos on social media depict socially distant voters waiting in lines wrapped around multiple blocks in the state's most populous counties and in entertainment news one rocker getting some heat for his comments on Eddie Van.

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"health department" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on KCRW

"Criticized the city Health Department for not giving local leaders a bigger role in the Corona virus response. Avi Greenstein is the CEO of the Borough Park Jewish Community Council in Brooklyn. He spoke to NPR is all things considered last week weaken, definitely see an increase in the number of mask wearing in the bar Park community, the result of the community organizing trying to encourage family members of the importance of wearing masks and that wearing masks is better than not wearing masks. City health officials say they've been trying for weeks to hand out more masks and encourage social distancing in these neighborhoods. But positivity rates did not get better. Dr. J. Varma is with the New York City Health Department. Once you get to a level where there was widespread transmission, you need to reduce the amount of contact that individuals and households air having with each other. Under the city's plan about 300 schools would close the majority of them private schools, including yeshivas, The plan still requires permission from the state. On Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued his own warning that the state plans to begin enforcing social distancing rules more vigorously. The state is going to start direct enforcement in these hot spots, it coats Local businesses that are in violation of the law will be fined and can be closed. Cuomo says he's most worried about hot spots in New York City and its suburbs. Joel Rose. NPR NEWS. This is NPR news. Kate Seow. Sponsors include Netflix, presenting the 40 year old version from writer and director Rata Blank. The 40 year old version is a story about.

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"health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"State Health Department also applies to child care centers. And shelters. The Mayo Clinic has been using convalescent plasma to treat covert 19 patients, including some here in the ballet is taken from people who have recovered from the virus and given to those in the hospital fighting the disease. Dr Scott Ride with the Mayo Clinic points to research done on its effectiveness in patients who received plasma that has high immune activity and also received it during the first three days of their hospitalization. There was a lower mortality and fewer than 1% had side effects. The FDA now has given emergency approval for expanded use of the treatment. The Valley's mountainside fitness centers plan to reopen this week. But the State Health Department has denied its application that Jim has been closed under an executive order by governor do see it had repeatedly tried to reopen even unsuccessfully fighting the ordering court. No word yet whether the fitness centers will defy the order and open anyway, it maybe next year before we know if the Corona virus is to blame for the spike in Arizona's death, right in the first six months of this year in Pima County Medical Examiner Gregory has ruled out car accidents, suicides and drug overdoses. What about people with preexisting conditions? People die from cove it with some of those people have died and gone 20 anyway. Yeah, probably something else because it does tend to be in a more ill population, but that might not have Arizona doesn't have a death certificate database. America County performs Postmortem Cove in 19 test for people who died from suspected respiratory illness or unknown illness. If last year's numbers are any indication, we need to pay more attention to the car in front of us when we're driving on Arizona's roads. A dog dug, Pacey says there were about 2000. More multi vehicle crashes in Arizona in 2019 that the year before last year in 2019 there about 111,000 crashes and 48,000 rear end collisions left turn accidents came in second at 19,000. There were 39 fewer fatalities than the year before. It's hard to be really excited about those fatalities because there's still 982 people that died, Pacey says. We can all doom or to prevent accidents. Don't tailgate. Don't speed and Dr. Distracted Bob McClane, Katie, our noon Katya are news time coming up on 607. Jamie adheres Detour Dan in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Thank you guys. We've got a full plate here early into this ride with a lot of crashes going on. Record the eye Ken. Eastbound approaching bullet is still blocking the H O V lane out on the West End. Stay right for that. Also, you gotta wreck off right on the 202 Red Mountain Freeway. Westbound 40th street off right, And I can eastbound approaching the deck Park tunnel. Another crash off to the left 19th Avenue in northern motorcycle involved collision and a structure fire that's worth avoiding over 1/12 Street Indian school you could get with Camelback or Thomas either one of them. The body. Good. This traffic report brought to you by online trading academy. Phoenix You work hard for your money. Learn how to make your money work harder for you. Tune in to retire Young Saturday mornings at 7 A.m. and Sunday mornings at 9 A.m..

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"health department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Reds made a move today and part of that Johnny Cueto trade is gone. That is, we continue. Check news, though. Arnell Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet 700 wlw. News, traffic and weather news radio. 700 w ell delegate Cincinnati, Becker says to wind in the State Health Department You don't have a say when handling Koven 19 with the seven o'clock report on Sean Gallagher breaking now I've been hearing from constituents and I've been hearing from people all over the state of Ohio. They've been screaming. Do something. Do something. Well, I'm finally doing something that save representative John Becker of Clermont County who was one of a few Republican lawmakers seeking to impeach Ohio Governor Mike DeWine over his handling of the Corona virus pandemic, appearing with Po cutting him this afternoon, Becker Who said he'd drive to 10 articles of impeachment, says the Corona virus needs to be taken seriously but said to wine, who he called a dictator shouldn't be telling people what to do and what not to do like wearing a mask. But Becker said he's finally businesses making them a requirement. Becker also doesn't see the need for the Ohio Department of Health to be involved when making decisions during the pandemic. Frankly, I don't see where the highway Department of Health really needs to do a lot because you've got all these health department all over the State County Health Department and city and such they have broad authorities shut down businesses and close down their counties. I'd much rather see all this down at the local level at the state level. Conservative lawmakers in the past had attacked former state health director Dr Amy Acton. Becker, who was from Union Township, says locally he has support from state representatives Poles. Celt winger of Mason and Candice Calera, Middletown. She lost her primary race earlier this year. Articles of impeachment require a majority vote in the Ohio House and then a two thirds majority vote in the Ohio Senate for conviction and removal. The governor has not yet responded. The new House speaker Bob Cup, a Republican from Lima, said impeachment is not the right path forward. The latest numbers from the state Department of Health Show 849 Nuke Over 19 cases With 59 You hospitalizations, 10, new ICU admissions and eight new desk.

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"health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Reported to the health Department. And so that maybe one of the difference between the seven day moving average as well as like what you see on our website, so we are monitoring that That is a very important factor. And one of the reasons that we made the recommendation not to reopen the bars and not to not to reopen some of those those businesses that had closed down. That was also the recommendation for why we wanted to have the benchmarks so that schools could feel comfortable. We're not recommending that they open next week. We know that we will have the data that should be on the backlog should be cleared by the 31st. So we should have all available data will be able to use that as we develop the benchmarks and our local health departments in our local schools can make that decision. When it comes to we're getting inundated with it. We're getting inundated when it comes to workplace outbreaks, people getting sick at the workplace, and then it's spreading through coworker, especially with some essential workers. What do your guidelines specific guidelines for how workplace should deal with something like that? So are you asking about the like What guidelines we would put in place to prevent the spread in. I'm sorry we're getting in today with a number of workplaces across industrial platforms that are dealing with workplace outbreaks. We have recommendations on our website. If you go too easy Health, Doc Love. It's a lot of those same type of Recommendation so making sure that people can physically distance that they're wearing masks when it is safe to do so that they are encouraging people to stay home when they're sick, and they have flexible work leave policies so that people can do that employer that says you can't stay home. We would recommend that they have flexible workplace or leave policies experienced a workplace outbreak Has DHHS explain Experienced workplace operate? Just like any other business. We're not immune to a cove. We have had cases of covet. Here. Watch from Tucson P. M. Hi. Thanks for taking my question. I have Tio one for Dr Cristo. Our Children at any increased.

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"health department" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"County Health Department announced today that another resident, has died from Cove in 19. According to the department. The resident was an adult. With underlying health conditions. This mocks three new deaths in the last week bring the total number of fatalities to 18. This is marketplace. I'm Kai raised all you know you spend enough time at home. Workin and quarantining pacing, staring at the same four walls. Well for a lot of people, thoughts turned to home improvement, which for the more robust project Go to home Depot or lows and pick up some lumber and as marketplaces and Mueller reports that and a steady increase in housing demand has caused a shortage of wood and made that would a lot more expensive to boot. Here you go. Lumber is a commodity. Kind of like soybeans. Greg Duda is a lumber broker. He's president of West Line Capitol strategies and I condom in the middle of a busy trading day, you know, just give me one sec. Hey, calls his job training lumber Futures risk management, you quote stuff 30 60 9120 days out. Me and you need to quantify that risk because you're not going to deliver that wood until the job start to come do so they need to lock in the risk and quantify that risk moving forward. He says. There's a couple of reasons the price of lumber is it a 2.5 year high First hardware stores. They're selling a lot more of it than broker's expected as folks stuck at home tackle those long postponed projects And although home construction ponds for a bit in March and April, it never really went away. The sawmills, however, slowed down drastically. You did see a decrease in production in to bring that production back online. You don't slip light switches and running sawmills and turning them off, then turning them back on theirs. The slow, laborious process to big production back online. He says, right now, buyers or just trying to get their hands on any lumber. They can. Whatever the price Pete Stewart is president of the Timber Analytics company Forest to market. He admits that high demand for lumber will lead environmental groups to worry about deforestation. But he says that concern could be overstated. In the U. S. Were growing 15 to 20% more trees, Then we are consuming, which is good for the environment. Good for Everything. And he says growing more trees will help ensure the lumber supply is healthy. When those sawmills get back to running at full steam, maybe Euler for marketplace. The's are really tricky days tricky days for just about.

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"health department" Discussed on KTOK

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"health department" Discussed on KTOK

"Health department says based on the time line there is no need to quarantine inmates are other staff members sanitation efforts meanwhile will be increased from the Katie okay weather center and the for one scoring team very cold tonight a low of thirty two partly sunny on Saturday and cool with a high of fifty five partly cloudy on Sunday and a high of sixty six will be in the mid seventies on Monday more local news in thirty minutes I'm Beth Myers Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios or service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie hello to learn more at universal men's clinic dot com fear is not making us safer or so says the author of the and self proclaimed hit a hypochondriac who will join us in about ten minutes on news radio one thousand Katie okay she also has some advice if you are a hypochondriac or if you're like me becoming a hypochondriac what big businesses have their hands out to mooch on small business grants from the government and should those hands be smacked we'll get into that with Michael Bauer and how has coronavirus hurt supply line builds upper has a report on that all lined up with news radio one thousand Katie okay and the drive continuing in two minutes radio wants to help with a chance at one thousand dollars the nationwide key word call two two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text info standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest that is home to two hundred two hundred that's a total traffic studio with accidents or request a hundred and fifty eight west imei westbound northwest expressway at nee and highway one oh two north of Lake Road in Shawnee and Connie curry sent from total traffic central right now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family.

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