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Pandemic raises Japan suicide rate after decade of decline
"Health Ministry in Japan says the number of people taking their own lives rose last year for the first time since 2000 and nine Although deaths among men fell slightly. Those among women grew by more than 14%, while more than 300 Children. Took their own lives in the eight months to November.
Fresh update on "health ministry" discussed on BBC World Service
"And me, Bala Masaru. We'll hear from the Latin American country where politicians want to ban abortions forever. We'll also be looking at help. Police in Italy have arrested, leaving dozens in an operation targeting a powerful Mafia group and sea shanties. The big thing on ticked off of the moment we'll find out about their African origins. Yeah. BBC News with Neil Nunes. Google has threatened to shut down its search engine in Australia if the government passes a law compelling digital Johns to pay media outlets for news. There's been an indignant reaction from the Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who said Australia did not respond to threats. New nuclear weapons treaty comes into force. Today. The U. N brokered treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons includes undertakings not to develop test or threatened to use them. You win. Secretary General Antonio Guterres called it an important step towards a world free of nuclear weapons. But none of the countries which already have nuclear capability are among the signatures. America's chief medical advisor, has spoken off the relief of working with the president who is happy to follow scientific guidance. Dr. Anthony Fauci said he could now discuss the Corona virus crisis based on the evidence. President Biden has announced to Syria's of measures to tackle the pandemic, but warned the worst is yet to come. The Health Ministry in Japan says the number of people taking their own lives rose last year for the first time since 2000 and nine Although deaths among men fell slightly, Those among women grew by more than 14%. The pandemic is seen as a major cause. Both customers and retailers are being hit by new customs charges and paperwork. Now that Brexit has taken effect, it's causing many you customers to return goods imported from Britain, But British retailers say the high cost of processing returns means it's cheaper to abandon or destroy them. And Queen Elizabeth's official representative in Canada Governor General Julie paired, has resigned ahead of the publication of what's described as a scathing report on workplace harassment. You have been claims that she bullied and humiliated her staff. BBC World News. Thank you very much, Neil Newness Hello and welcome to.
Pfizer temporarily reduces European deliveries of vaccine
"U. S. pharmaceutical company Pfizer has confirmed it will temporarily reduced deliveries to Europe of its covert nineteen vaccine wallet upgrades production capacity to two billion doses a year an official with fines of Denmark says the temporary reduction will affect all the European countries to meet a new two billion does target pharmacy is upscaling production dispels you prompt Germany's health ministry says FISA had informed the European commission which is responsible for ordering vaccines from the company but it will not be able to fulfill all of the promised deliveries in the coming three to four weeks officials regret the announcement because the company had made binding commitments for mid February I'm Charles the last month
Fresh update on "health ministry" discussed on BBC World Service
"To pay a media outlet. The news content Japanese officials are rejecting reports about possible cancelation of the Tokyo Olympics way speak to a reporter in Tokyo who believe the games will be called off again because of the pandemic, and we've got a special report from the heart of the Amazon rainforest, where they're struggling to control. The rising Kobe case is caused by a new variant there. We got a Corona story to that won't depress, you know, not the coronavirus. It's the solar corona around the outside of the sun, big part of the sun. There's a new discovery about sit well that more after the latest work these I'm Neil Nunes with the BBC News. Google has threatened to disable its search engine in Australia if the government passes a law forcing digital giants to pay media outlets for news content. Legislation would make the big tech companies negotiate payments with local publishers and broadcasters, and if they can't agree a government on the traitor will set the price, Google's Australian director Mel Silver told a Senate committee. The proposed media code was on tenable. If this version of the card were to become law, it would give us no real choice but to stop making Google search available in Australia. Our comments to a shop. Reaction from Australia's Prime minister Scott Morrison, said lawmakers would not be intimidated Australia Mike's our rules for things you can do in Australia that's done in their parliament. It's done by our government. And that's how things work here in Australia and people who want to work with that in Australia. You're very welcome, but we don't respond to threats. You win treaty calling for a comprehensive ban on nuclear weapons comes into force today. The treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons includes an onto taken north to develop test or threatened to use them. War from Jonathan Beale. This isn't the first you entreaty to set out a goal towards nuclear disarmament. The 1970 nonproliferation Treaty has been signed by 190 nations. But its main focus has been on preventing the spread of nuclear weapons rather than a complete ban, where there's been some reductions in stock powers states continue to modernize their arsenal. Other nations have simply ignored that treaty. None of the 122 countries, which has signed up to this new tree on the prohibition of nuclear weapons, actually has them. But those campaigning for disarmament hope it'll renew the political pressure. The U. S chief Medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci has praised President Biden's willingness to as he put it, let the science speak as the new administration seeks to combat the Corona virus pandemic. Details from PETER Bos. Appearing at a news conference on the first day of the Biden administration, Dr Anthony Fauci said he felt somewhat liberated, He could discuss the current state of the pandemic based on the evidence on the science. Under Donald Trump. He said he felt uncomfortable when the president made statements that were not based on facts. Dr. Fauci said he expected the new administration to be more transparent with the American public. You. Leaders have agreed that time to travel restrictions within the block, maybe needed to stop the spread of new Corona virus variants. The commission president said non essential travel should be strongly discouraged. But internal borders must remain open to allow goods and services to move throughout the single market. World News from the BBC. Health Ministry in Japan says the number of people taking their own lives rose last year for the first time since 2000 and nine Although deaths among men fell slightly. Those among women grew by more than 14%, while more than 300 Children. Took their own lives in the eight months to November. New customs charges and paperwork imposed after Brexit have hit constructs temas and retailers alike. Ascending goods between Britain and the EU has become more complex. Many European customers are now returning goods imported from Britain. Summoned Browning sending goods between the UK and you is now more complex with lots of customs paperwork. Many European shoppers have been presented with unexpected customs charges when signing for their parcels, and some have been rejected them. Retailers have returns mounting an island, Germany and Belgium on plans to abandon or burn them because it's cheaper to write them off. Then pay more customs and I'm in charge is to get them back. The UK Fashion Textile Association, said retailers were really struggling with the new trade arrangements. The government says it's working with industry so they can trade effectively under the new rules. Australian media are reporting that the tennis Great Margaret Court is to be awarded the country's highest award despite a stridently anti gay views. Court who is now a pastor won a record 64 Grand Slam titles but has attracted controversy for opposing same sex marriage, criticizing transgender athletes and calling the teaching of LGBT. Work off the devil. Queen Elizabeth's official representative in Canada Governor General Julie Pay it has resigned ahead of publication off once described as a scathing report on workplace harassment and independent investigation was ordered by the Canadian government last year. BBC News. Thank you for the welcome to news day with Father James Will Japan the spoon the Olympics for a second time the government there is rejecting reports that such a decision is inevitable. We've got a hard hitting report from the Amazon rainforest to where Brazilians of fighting a new variety of the coronavirus take a close look at the sun's Corona, not a virus, but the outer atmosphere much hotter than the surface. Scientists believe they now know why it's so different from the rest of the summer. Member. You can keep up with the program by following BBC World Service on Facebook and Twitter, and you could send us a text or what's that message on anything? You hear our news day number has ever his best 447786 2050 85..
South Africa records more than 20,000 new Covid-19 cases for second straight day
"For the first time. South Africa has recorded more than 20,000 new cases of the coronavirus in a single day. The Health Ministry says it's due to receive a million vaccine doses from India this month. Non some Maseko reports from Johannesburg. South Africa recorded the deadliest day with more than 840 coronavirus related fatalities yesterday. This comes off the back of an urgent meeting called by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the possibility off even tougher lockdown measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Africa's worst hit country. But legal challenges to prevent the government from imposing is stricter lockdown have been filed in various courts and you variant, which was identified by scientists in South Africa and formally announced by the government late last month. Is thought to be driving the new wave of infections.
Fresh update on "health ministry" discussed on BBC World Service
"Correspondent Caroline Chen looks at how the vaccine rollout got so dysfunctional, including here in New York and New Jersey, and shall assess the Biden, Cuomo and Murphy plans to fix it. And if it's Friday, it's asked the Mayor Day my questions and yours for Mayor. Bill de Blasio. Brian there show at 10 A.m.. I'm giving the NYC Thistles WN my C 93.9 FM on HD New York. Hmm. Hello and welcome to news day on the BBC World Service with Paula Masaru and James Capital. Australia, Japan and Brazil is just some of the places we're featuring in the next half hour. Yes, there's an almighty Val doing in Australia, with Google, threatening to shut down its search engine if the law forces the tech giant there to pay media outlets, the news content Japanese officials of rejecting reports about possible cancelation of the Tokyo Olympics Way speech, the reporter in Tokyo who believed the games will be called off again because of the pandemic. We got a special report from the heart of the Amazon rainforest, where they're struggling to control. The rising covert case is caused by a new variant. There. We got a Corona story to that won't depress, you know, not the coronavirus. It's the solar Corona close around the outside of the sun, big part of the sun as a new discovery about it all that more. After the latest work these Hello. I'm Neil Nunes with the BBC News. Google has threatened to disable its search engine in Australia if the government passes a law forcing digital giants to pay media outlets for news content. The legislation would make the big tech companies negotiate payments with local publishers and broadcasters, and if they can't agree, a government arbitrator will set the price, Google's Australian director Mel Silver told a Senate committee The proposed media code was on tenable. If this version of the card were to become law, it would give us no real choice but to stop making Google search available in Australia. Our comments, Jewish shop reaction from Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison said lawmakers would not be intimidated Australia Mike's our rules for things you can do in Australia that's done in their parliament. It's done by our government. And that's how things work here in Australia and people who want to work with that in Australia. You're very welcome, but we don't respond to threats. You when treaty calling for a comprehensive ban on nuclear weapons comes into force today. The treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons includes an onto taken not to develop test or threatened to use them. War from Jonathan Beale. This isn't the first you entreaty to set out a goal towards nuclear disarmament. The 1970 nonproliferation Treaty has been signed by 190 nations. But its main focus has been on preventing the spread of nuclear weapons rather than a complete ban, where there's been some reductions in stock powers states continue to modernize their arsenal. Other nations have simply ignored that treaty. None of the 122 countries, which has signed up to this new tree on the prohibition of nuclear weapons, actually has them. But those campaigning for disarmament hope it'll renew the political pressure. The U. S chief Medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci has praised President Biden's willingness to as he put it. Let the science speak as the new administration seeks to combat the Corona virus pandemic. Details from PETER BOS. Appearing at a news conference on the first day of the Biden administration, Dr Anthony Fauci said he felt somewhat liberated, He could discuss the current state of the pandemic based on the evidence on the science. Under Donald Trump. He said he felt uncomfortable when the president made statements that were not based on facts. Dr. Fauci said he expected the new administration to be more transparent with the American public. You leaders have agreed that tighter travel restrictions within the block maybe needed to stop the spread of new Corona virus variants. The commission president said non essential travel should be strongly discouraged. But internal borders must remain open to allow goods and services to move throughout the single market. World News from the BBC. Health Ministry in Japan says the number of people taking their own lives rose last year for the first time since 2000 and nine Although deaths among men fell slightly. Those among women grew by more than 14%, while more than 300 Children. Took their own lives in the eight months to November. New customs charges and paperwork imposed after Brexit have hit constructs temas and retailers alike. Sending goods between Britain and the EU has become more complex. Many European customers are now returning goods imported from Britain. Summoned Browning sending goods between the UK and you is now more complex with lots of customs paperwork. Many European shoppers have been presented with unexpected customs charges when signing for their parcels, and some have been rejected them. Retailers have returns mounting an island, Germany and Belgium on plans to abandon or burn them because it's cheaper to write them off. Then pay Mork Customs and I'm in charge is to get them back. The UK Fashion Textile Association, said retailers were really struggling with the new trade arrangements. The government says it's working with industry so they can trade effectively under the new rules. Australian media are reporting that the tennis Great Margaret Court is to be awarded the country's highest award despite a stridently anti gay views court who is now a pastor won a record 64 Grand Slam titles but has attracted controversy for opposing same sex marriage criticizing transgender athletes. And calling the teaching of LGBT the work off the devil. Queen Elizabeth's official representative in Canada Governor General Julie Payette has resigned ahead of publication off once described as the scathing report and workplace harassment. An independent investigation was ordered by the Canadian government last year. BBC News..
Mexican doctor hospitalized after receiving Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
"Meanwhile, a young doctor in Mexico is now hospitalized following a serious allergic reaction to a covert vaccine. The Mexican Health Ministry says she was in stable condition and being treated with steroids and anti convulsion medication. The 32 year old doctor suffered difficulty breathing brain inflammation and convulsions a half hour after getting the vaccination. They say she did have a known allergy to an antibiotic medication Try method grim, so from ATHOC sizzle. The reaction occurred at a hospital in the northern state of Nueva Leone. The ministry says it was apparently the first known case of brain inflammation after receiving
Pfizer vaccine allergic reaction puts Mexican doctor in ICU
"A doctor in northern Mexico had such a severe allergic reaction to the Fizer coronavirus vaccine that she remained hospitalized in intensive care Saturday the Mexican health ministry says she was in stable condition and being treated with steroids and anti convulsant medication the thirty two year old doctor suffered difficulty breathing brain inflammation and convulsions a half hour after getting the vaccination they say she did have a known allergy to an anti biotic medication trimethoprim soulful methoxy Zoll the reaction occurred at a hospital in the northern state of Nuevo Leon and included a ration weakness the ministry says it was apparently the first known case of brain inflammation or encephalitis after receiving the vaccination I'm Julie Walker
South Korea Faces Third Wave Of Coronavirus
"South Korea, one of the most successful countries and fighting the pandemic is doing worse now, case numbers are growing during a third wave of infections. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports on the debate over how to respond. For the past week, South Korea has tried to discourage year and revelry by banning gatherings of more than four people and shutting down ski resorts and tourist spots. But new case numbers and deaths remain stubbornly and or near record highs. Those new infection highs of around 1000 today in a country of more than 50 million are, Of course, nowhere near is bad is the US, nor are they as good as save New Zealand or Taiwan. Dr Kim Woo ju and infectious disease expert at Korea University's Good. A hospital in Seoul recalls that when the first wave of infections hit in February, fear of a new and unfamiliar virus gripped South Koreans, Ah Kitana. Sarah's got so scared. They started wearing masks and stopped going outside even before the government mandated it. But as the pandemic were on, people loosened up and mobility went up. Meanwhile, the government listen to a crescendo of voices of exhausted citizens and struggling businesses. The government hesitated to raise the social distancing level when it should have and was too fast to downgrade it when it shouldn't have. Kim argues that the government has got it backwards. It's not the counter measures that are hurting the economy. It's the pandemic. Experts also point out that the third wave is going to be tougher to crush than the first two. This time. There are more undetected community transmissions, more smaller clusters of infections. China and me, a respiratory disease specialist at equal Women's University in Seoul, says South Korea relied on testing and contact tracing to beat the first two waves. But this time that won't be enough, she says, would you guys how does have a right to take that and that you can only cut the chain of transmission if we cut social activity? The government won praise early on by putting health authorities and experts firmly in charge of the pandemic response. But John says this has changed socially with their table got him over there we go in there. Aside From a few exceptions, most medical experts have been calling on the government to raise social distancing restrictions and warning that hospitals are under a lot of strain E few that our opinions are not reflected very well in the government's decisions. South Korea's government denies that there's any daylight between politicians and experts. Or that it's gone soft on the virus. Speaking on December, 22nd Health Ministry spokesperson Sonia Hong Lei acknowledged that some people are calling for raising restrictions to the maximum. Could you two get engaged with only days ago? Who does those calls are understandable, he said. But regarding occasional claims that the government has violated his own criteria for raising restrictions, he added, We've never done that. Just before Christmas. U. S troops stationed here got the country's first coronavirus vaccinations. Most South Koreans won't start getting theirs until February. The government insists there's no delay. But at Korea University Hospital Doctor Kim Woo ju says the government seems to have dropped the ball. E don't understand why the South Korean government didn't start actively negotiating advanced purchase agreements until November. The government announced Thursday that it's secured more than enough vaccines for his population. And, according to a recent poll, nearly 90% say they'll take the shot.
Lebanon reserving nearly 2 million coronavirus vaccines
"Lebanon health ministry on sunday. Said it's a receive its first shipment of coronavirus vaccines in february from by intact the ministry in a statement said lebanon received the vaccine in february in installments and it will cover thirteen percent of the population the ministry said it would secure additional vaccines the cover another percent of the population a sponsor of an agreement with kovacs announced specifying brand the ministry said the vaccine with made available at the private
French Officials Announce 1st Confirmed Case Of New Coronavirus Variant
"Health officials confirming the country's first case of a more contagious coronavirus very end that was recently identified in the United Kingdom. The French Health Ministry says the person is a French citizen in the central town of Tour who returned from a trip to London on December. 19th officials say he was asymptomatic and is currently self isolating at home. The appearance of the new Corona virus variant in England, triggering travel curves of dozens of countries
France confirms case of new virus variant
"Edison. Meanwhile, the French Health Ministry says a case of the new strain of Corona virus was detected in the French city of tours. The person who tested pause. Before it is currently self isolating at home
Much Of UK Sees New Lockdown As New Coronavirus Variant Spreads Quickly
"Says it will suspend all travel to and from Britain after London and parts of southeast England were put under lockdown due to the rapid spread of a new strain of the Corona virus. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. Francis is just the latest country to take action. Several countries are restricting travel after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said an infectious mutation of the covert 19 viruses circulating in the United Kingdom following an emergency Defense Council meeting. On Sunday afternoon, The French government announced that all rail and air travel to and from Britain will be suspended Sunday at midnight for at least 48 hours or until the EU makes a blanket decision. Johnson abruptly reversed earlier promises to allow the British people to circulate more freely and enjoy Christmas. The Dutch Health Ministry said in a statement that the strain spreads more easily and faster and is more difficult to detect.
Hundreds Gather For Wedding At Hilton Chicago/Northbrook With No Masks
"Health Health Ministry Ministry to to say say they're they're trying trying to to get get more more information information about about what what he he called called a a potential potential coronavirus coronavirus Super spreader event of wedding last night at the Hilton Chicago Northward Hotel. In Prospect Heights video inside the reception. So with very little Massachusetts or social distancing the number of wedding guests at the Hilton Hotel in Prospect Heights cannot be confirmed. But the senior medical officer for the Cook County Department of Public Health, Dr Rachel Rubin, says that the number could be anywhere from 2 to 300 people and at the hotel will likely only receive in order to disperse if an investigation shows violation. Of indoor dining and gathering guidelines. If they're repeated violations, they can potentially carry fines and other penalties. Potential citation would go to the hotel and not the guests. But the Department of Health will want to see a list of wedding attendees do see it as a potential super spreader event. We know that they're going to be at least a few people at that wedding that were covert positive and didn't realize it and people weren't wearing masks. They were crowded together. Dr. Rubin says The department's guidance now is for anyone involved in serving, planning or attending that wedding. Quarantine for 14 days. Brandon Ison News Radio one of 5.9 I found the
India Surpasses Record Coronavirus Cases; Second Only To U.S.
"India's Health Ministry reported nearly 50,000 new cases on Thursday. Daily infections have come down sharply since mid September. In India was recording close to 100,000 new cases every day. But the Hindu festival season has just begun and cases may rise again because of people gathering to celebrate. Even though new cases are declining overall, India's capital, New Delhi, seeing its largest spike and infections This is also the time of the year and Delhi's quality deteriorates, too hazardous levels Scientist second son that evolution could complicate covered 19 symptoms and add to its mortality.
Iran announces its virus death toll passes 30,000
"Has announced that its death toll from the Corona virus has passed the milestone of 30,000. An Iranian Health Ministry spokeswoman announced told death toll from the outbreak in recent least 30,123 with more than 500,000 confirmed cases
Iran announces highest single-day death toll with 251 confirmed dead from coronavirus
"Iran has announced its highest single day death toll from the Corona virus with 251 confirmed dead. Iran's Health Ministry spokeswoman says a total confirmed death toll now stands at 28,544 making Iran Is it country in the region. Iran had just recently recorded its highest daily, just told four days earlier, with 239 new fatalities. A further 3822 new cases were confirmed over the past 24 hour period, raising recorded nationwide cases to just over
Iran announces highest single-day death toll with 251 confirmed dead from coronavirus
"Announcing its high single day death toll from the Corona virus, 251 confirmed fatalities the same day, local media reported to senior officials had been infected in the nation's currency plunged to its lowest level ever again. This is Iran. We're talking about the health ministry there, said. That the total confirmed death toll make around the hardest hit country in that region.
Brazil reaches 150,000 deaths from COVID-19 milestone
"Signs the pandemic is slowly retreating in Latin America's largest nation. The Brazilian Health Ministry reported that the death toll now stands at 150,198. The figure is the world's second highest behind United States, according to the tally maintained by Johns Hopkins University. Brazil's president, Yarbles Gennaro played down the severity of the virus. While deaths mounted rapidly. In Brazil. Pulcinella rejected governors and mayors, lockdowns and other tough measures to contain the virus spread even after he contracted it himself in July and insisted that shutting down Brazil's economy would pitch the nation into chaos. Bernie Bennett reporting India's confirmed Corona virus toll across seven million Sunday,
India’s confirmed coronavirus tally reaches 6 million cases
"Of Corona virus and the number is rapidly rising. Tom Roberts has details. The world's second most populated country is quickly closing in on the U. S, which has just over seven million cases. India's Health Ministry reported 82,000 new covert 19 cases on Monday and more than 1000 deaths in the past 24 hours. New infections in India are now growing at a faster rate than anywhere else in the world. If I were burned about 10 acres of
India’s confirmed coronavirus tally reaches 6 million cases
"India's confirmed coronavirus tally has reached six million cases keeping the country's second to the U. S. India's health ministry was reported just over eighty two thousand new coronavirus cases in the past twenty four hours of Sunday to Monday driving the overall tally to six million seventy four thousand fatalities stands at ninety five thousand new infections in India are currently being reported faster than anywhere else the world's second most populous country is expected to become the pandemic's worst hit to country in coming weeks surpassing the U. S. with more than seven point one million infections have been recorded I'm Charles collect as much
"health ministry" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Week, the health Ministry says India's death toll from the virus now nearing 26,000 surges, Forest authorities to reinstate lockdowns in some cities and states time. 80 for now, your Wgt forecast from the Weather Channel Ultimate nineties through the middle of next week, at least The good news is maybe some cooling from some afternoon showers and thunderstorms today up to 93 mix of clouds of sunshine. Scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms tonight 70 for kicking off the weekend with partly cloudy sky in the morning in the afternoon. Scattered showers. Thunderstorms 93 Late day showers. Thunderstorms on Sunday in the mid nineties and more the same Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and maybe even Thursday of next week. Showers. THUNDERSTORMS Schedule around Hi Zlata mid nineties from the weather Channel Meteorologist Ray Staging News Talk 11 10 99 3 W P T 76 degrees in Gastonia, 75 in Rock Hill and 75 mostly sunny uptown Charlotte Dry Pro You've heard me talk about Dr Lo for many years is a very important reason why I love to talk about dry pro Ron Weatherly and his company. Dry pro quite literally changed my life, their trucks that you see In Charlotte, say we change lives changed my family's life when it comes to our house, and we have flooding issues whenever it rained in my basement, and we had several companies come out and try to fix it. And no one could until Ron Weatherly and Dry pro entered the scene and they fixed it on the first try because they knew what to do. They've been here, done that and have a team that's seen everything so they know exactly what to do. And they fixed my problem. And right now your problem they have to do with the humidity more than anything else. And what's happening in your crawl space. I had water issues in my crawlspace, my sump pump. But right now, humidity is the biggest issue where warm air meets cooler air and your crawlspace cried quite literally sweats. Just like during the humid summer months across space sweats and creates that moisture, which breeds mold and would rot and then possibly thousands of dollars in repairs, mold spores under your house. They leak through the floors and get into the air that your family's breathing and that's A bad combination..
"health ministry" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The country's health ministry says starting today properly screened people will be able to leave most of who they province except for the residents of one where the corona virus outbreak began those restrictions will be lifted April the eighth president trump predicting the efforts to slow the virus in the U. S. will allow the country to get back to business as he put it so quickly our country wasn't built to be shut down president trump says he believes the U. S. economy will return to normal soon even as the corona virus spreads to more American cities every day the president suggested last week the crisis it may go on for months but the president said the American economy won't stay stagnant for long if it were up to the doctors they may say let's keep it shut down let's shut down the entire world you can't do that with the country especially the number one economy anywhere in the world New York governor Andrew Cuomo appears to feel the same way you can't stop the economy but Cuomo and others insist a full reboot won't happen fast boxes mark Meredith in Washington still no deal reached between the administration and the Senate Democrats to move the economic stimulus bill forward Republicans charge the bill has been loaded with unrelated items like solar energy tax credits and higher emission standards for the airlines Democrats say the bill favors companies over workers Maine senator Susan Collins telling her colleagues to get it done tell we want to act quickly to provide relief to the American workers this is disgraceful Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says there could be another vote on the package Tuesday evening treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says he's looking forward to reaching a deal Asian stocks closing Tuesday higher Dow futures are up more than eight hundred points a day after the Dow dropped five hundred eighty two points America is listening to fox news we know that we're asking Americans to do a lot right now so we're asking everyone to be selfless for others so that we can protect those are most susceptible to this virus question I often get asked is why should young people care about we know that people with underlying medical conditions over the age of sixty they've got to get it from somebody social distancing is really physical separation it's what we refer to when we ask people to say at least six feet apart it's not going to restaurants not going to with a lot of people physical separation you have a between you and might actually be infected we all have a role to play in preventing person to person spread of this disease which can be deadly for vulnerable groups for more information on how you can social distance please go to corona virus elected.
"health ministry" Discussed on AP News
"Ron's health ministry has raised the nationwide death toll from the new coronavirus to 50 full the new figures represent 11 more deaths than reported the previous day and a whopping 395 new cases the illness known as code 19 has infected at least 7 government officials in Iran including one of its vice presidents and a senior health ministry official the virus has infected more than 86000 people worldwide in cause No Way 3000 deaths since emerging in central China a run has the world's highest death toll outside of China I'm Sarah bosses
"health ministry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Ray has been contained the team has deployed boom in order to shift it on tight and be able to capture and deflect from those are normally sent to various captain John reed says several agencies are trying to figure out how to get the ship upright safely and get the shipping lanes open again for now there's no commercial traffic in or out of here Peter king CBS news Brunswick Georgia or trap crew members were rescued yesterday billionaire Michael Bloomberg kicking in one hundred sixty million dollars for a campaign to end of the epidemic of teenagers taking up the cigarettes he tells CBS this morning kids like the flavor in the vaping products and they they're not people giving up smoking that people have a spot before this is a whole new group that's getting themselves addicted to nicotine American medical association is calling on users to stop vaping until researchers can fully study the five deaths and hundreds of lung issues reported so far the death toll from hurricane Dorian is up to at least fifty now in the Bahamas CBS is Nikki Batiste is monitoring the recovery from Nassau piece by piece in the hot sun urban search and rescue teams and some of the worst hit areas of the Bahamas are combing through enormous piles of debris in the wake of hurricane Dorian. joined by Bahamian government workers they're continuing the grim task of recovering victims bodies we probably have at most one tenth of this area and we found five human remains. also based off of our sample size we're gonna see more at least thirty one people have died in a stampede in a rock the health ministry says one hundred have been injured on a crowded tractor the Shiite holy city of Karbala to mark the Muslim holiday of Ashura some parents say they'll ignore a new law in California that cracks down on doctors for agreeing to exempt kids from school vaccines Monica Martinez says her daughter suffered seizures when she got an MMR shot with this bill she will not be exempt from more vaccines which we could compromise her health even more from the fast food folks who brought us the comes breakfast bacon Nader's the frosty Tino and honey butter chicken biscuits Wendy's will join competitors and serve up morning.
"health ministry" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"So that calendar that academic year guy showed up from Buckley with some money from the Japanese health ministry to study Japanese health guy and do cross-comparisons with the US healthcare system. Because I was the only person Stanford nipping entity jumpings health system, I got the job to be this through such a system a maintenance Elizer the end of that year when I should have been going back to the UK to become a consultative congress to so whatever the hell I was going to do. He said, hey, why don't you stay around? Get yourself on a politics degree yourself at something healthcare degree. And we says recession ended up staying on that program in picking up the grin hell substance research. I ended up staying there for about nearly three years. And the interesting thing was the although I'm now health to work in Japan. Again, basically will in it with the American healthcare system that I was gonna look cross compresses for the Americans in back in nineteen eighty nine nine hundred ninety the American healthcare system was terribly screwed up very expensive in had poor outcome. So that was being spent etc. All the stuff that we know this true today wasn't quite as bad on the match since today. But suddenly how problems the more the one who is. Well, this is a major issue. So it turned out of three two three is flatter. I end up being spent on the other side of Stanford. I have a political science degree with very much analysis is research degree, which a us even less, but I ended up getting a job at bicycle institutes. The future. Institute for the future was a venerable succumb valley institution. Does research think-tank ary and it had a big healthcare practice. Looking bite seeming paid by drug companies device companies health fines because bills help them figure out the future health, get politics and the future of what was knows as manage cavern. Why we're gonna do payment reform? This is back in the nineteenth full before the Clinton plans to get the above garages before plan. Right. But that was going through the process, so they also had a lodge soup about technology practice with you know, the apples and HP's Intel's graphics. The world back in those days is that customers, and they had a very very putative little project, which is so between sue which is information, technology and health gap. And when I showed up I kind of got stuck in the healthcare group Meltzer took over not basic nobody else wanted to do that. And I always say that I was going to be the right place, and you'll be lucky and it's now early late ninety three ninety four and this is thing literally walked into a guy's office. And he said, oh, you should look at this. And he was always computing's clicking around. And this was a guy who'd been laid off by apple. So we're back apple was about to tank. What's the biggest company in the world? Now. The most trouble this guy there the glory days. The apple two in the first MAC, and he'd been laid off. And he was hanging out do the future and he was clicking around on the screen. And eventually he said did you hit that? There was no tweeting as well. As I said that was the sound of a stray Lian so fresh that I've just downloaded for the university of self Australia in Adelaide using this thing cold the mosaic browser on the world. Why? Well, that's a toy that we have a care about that thing. But right, right. Pretty certain the impact of this single the willow where the the internet on health guest to it..
"health ministry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"From the central park five case or being made public this is. Part of the videotape statement of Corey wise telling prosecutor Elizabeth letter about the attack on the central park. Jogger say he raped, her what did you, actually see here Shoes Zack And that's part of a trove of documents. Statements nine one one calls in evidence now released by the. City the conviction of the five still controversial case thrown out when another inmate claimed he alone. Attack the jogger DNA match was made and the five later received a forty one million dollars settlement from the. City, Julia Papa, ten ten wins news. Time then, businessman Donald Trump took out newspaper ads calling for the death penalty for the five, officials, say nerve agent. Victim Charlie rally has been released from the hospital to forty five year old and his partner dawn Sturgis were second after being exposed to the nerve agent on June. Thirtieth when they handled a container thought to have been used in the March nerve agent attack on an ex Russian spy and his daughter The Israeli military says Palestinian fire killed a soldier near the. Gaza border it's the first Israeli killed in months of violence the Gaza health ministry said four. Palestinians were killed a militant Islamic. Come Oscar Bruce Gaza and said that three of the dead were members of. The, group speed, camps near a city. Schools might, get shutdown that's because the state Senate in Albany went home for the summer without, voting, on a continuance. NYPD chief of transportation Thomas m cham- says the one hundred forty school zones equipped with cameras keep kids safe speed is a major factor in injuries and fatalities speak. Cameras are efficient means to deal with this they both support and supplement the work of our New York City police officers out there The governor wants them, to come back to Albany, to vote if they don't, one hundred, twenty of the. Cameras will be shut off by next week the rest next month wins news time seven fifty one from the ramtruck..
"health ministry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The gaza health ministry says six of the palestinians killed by his really army fire were minors australia's prime minister blamed the militant group hamas for the deaths prime minister malcolm turnbull says is seeking to provoke the israeli defense forces election results have been announced in iraq bloomberg's linda way it has more from jerusalem firebrand cleric muqtada solder is on track to win the largest number of seats in iraq's first elections since the defeat of islamic state the result is an upset for prime minister allow body who had been widely tipped to win the poll his slate is now expected to come third behind a block led by shiite paramilitary leader ahead armory whose troops were instrumental in the defeat of islamic state in jerusalem lynnwood hit bloomberg daybreak global news twenty four hours a day doc on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg john michael thank you can i get about five ten on wall street time now for the bloomberg nbc sports update and here's jon stashower data rare occurrence the first time in the last four years where the golden state warriors have not hide homecourt advantage in a playoff series so what did they do they won game one of the nba's western conference finals they beat the rockets in houston one thirteen to one oh six and now golden state has homecourt advantage over mike dan tony's team obviously we lost and now the next most important games wednesday save we have a short memory we can think about this game and making the adjustments but we're going to come out and win the game on wednesday and then see what happens that we can win here we can win there it's nice to have on court you don't have we gotta go go get it lawsuit against utah we went back and got it so it's not like here we haven't done it it'd be nice if it was a storybook ending a whatever you home game you go to.
"health ministry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To go dot org now on colorado's morning news the united states opened its new embassy in jerusalem amid anger and controversy from within and outside that region more on this now from abc's jordan miller live from jerusalem good morning george good morning in jerusalem celebrations today but along the palestinian gaza border the israeli army says more than thirty five thousand palestinians are now there some clashing with is really forces the palestinian health ministry just gave us the latest update and at least eighteen have been killed now the palestinians of course rejecting the president's decision to move the us embassy to jerusalem rejecting his recognition of jerusalem as the capital of israel they say undermine their claims to the city in a future peace deal and today we're seeing that anger really bubble of really boil over giordano was gonna mention does this hurt the us credibility to try to broker a twostate solution and broker peace there in the middle east well according to the palestinian president mahmoud abbas it does and according to palestinian leaders they say that this has destroyed the americans credibility as a fair broker but it's important to remember that the president from the day he decided to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel he made it clear that in his statement and it was a statement that was repeated by the state department just a couple of days ago that the boundaries of jerusalem are still up for negotiation this decision does not infringe on that or define those borders that's still have to come into go she asians between the parties this is a campaign promise that's been kept by the president to do this also.
"health ministry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Have very clearly video aw pictures in fact hamas admitting that their members are attacking the israeli border and yet the news media first of all is printing hamas casualty numbers the gaza health ministry is claiming a thousand people injured meanwhile the media doesn't tell us the gaza health ministry is and has a history of inflating casualty accounts to put it mildly plus a history of using civilians as human shields so to me i think what's also needed separately is decree of new media we need to bypass talk well you know i i've been doing my thing and trying to create new media i it entire bureau at w indeed dot com now breitbart jerusalem which has been exploding and we have several people working for us and a lot of people go to breitbart now to get news of what's happening in israel and in the middle east and i think it's critical actually create even more media i wish that we had more competitors i want to compete with people i want there to be free and fair media but you know the question is i think what can you listening right now do about this and i think you hit the nail on the head and that is if news media outlets know that their audience seized through this and know that the audience understands that the media is reprinting this propaganda they need to be held to account and beyond just corrections i think that they should have to pay an editorial price for knowingly skewing a democracy is defending of its own borders against an assault as being the exact opposite as as israel firing indiscriminately at civilians which is sickening to even claim but you know i want to have a larger conversation about this barbara in brooklyn thank you it's seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine is the phone number here only taking calls next just you and i stay tuned bomb no wednesday afternoon if your information fast lane at am nine seventy theanswer michael medved blast off three kevin mccullough breaking news as it happens at four john caddy getting.
"health ministry" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"We're to believe there were peaceful protests but at the front line we're members of a moscow islamic jihad islamic state essentially and the and the hawks now let's forget the injured there have been headlines around the world fourteen hundred thousand twelve hundred and then if you read the article all the articles that i've read many and we're talking here every major publication virtually new york times cbs nbc abc washington post on and on cnn they're all quoting the gaza health ministry claiming these thousand or more civilians injured tell us it the gaza health ministry is hamas this is hamas a terrible book that is known for exaggerating wildly casualty counts with their dell claiming fourteen hundred injured and mazdas claiming that half of them were wounded by live rounds by the israeli defense forces the idea put out plenty of video pictures evidence we can see it all over the place i these were not protesters with with kites singing kumbaya and it was not so what does doc festival they're throwing rocks molotov cocktails and the idea of says that only a handful maybe a few dozen were killed by life were injured by live fire because they were talking to the border and the idea says the vast majority were lightly injured by the riot dispersal means that they had to use puzzle here for those of us consuming this information far away is that this is an i believe you're accurate a an organized a preparation that means that if i follow the ba past pattern hamas is devoting this to agitprop or every photograph we see every video we see all the reports were going to see have been concocted beforehand it's a script we know that script for example back in the hezbollah wars of two thousand and six we know that script included ambulances showing up and carting people away saying there were injured by collateral damage from the israeli bombing of the rocket factories all of that that script is very well known worldwide how is it that the same organizations in london and paris and new york are publishing that script as if it's news how does this happen not only that but the same cast of characters are calling for investigations you got air do on who supports jarvis tied to the islamic state claiming.
"health ministry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Your thoughts on this immediately eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine not no okay the media is now claiming so we we only got to the sixteen killed let's has to be one thousand four hundred injured the entire media and you can read this you can see what is the source of the fourteen hundred injured it's something called the quote unquote gaza health ministry again every newspaper in the world virtually has a headline today and yesterday sixteen killed over fourteen hundred injured you read the article and over the for the fourteen hundred injured comes from was known as the gaza health ministry every media outlet and i did a lot they seem i looked at a lot they ignored two words that they should have put before gaza health ministry and those two words are hamas run the gaza health ministry is controlled is in fact hamas the whole world is using numbers provided by a terrorist organization with a history of propaganda with a history of actually fabricating massively palestinian casualty numbers so fourteen hundred we have no verification of that other than from a terrorist organization committed to israel's destruction and known for lying and propaganda and the whole media has been willing dupes citing those casualty numbers and shame on all of you so called reporters now i'm going to be taking your calls next so call them up right now eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine.
"health ministry" Discussed on Here & Now
"And other level of three to check the nominal flat let's the seems that the mother fate why she didn't go on metro money into the wealthy was not available why road to peace at agreed to pay two ambulance drivers but the ambulance the iraqi health ministry has promised has never materialized the staff dig into their own pockets to pay taxi fare for patients antolin does have a couple of high tech tools one is a hand held oltra sound machine nicole he does a quick scan of a little girls kidney she was freezing he order simply tests particularly complicated cases that kerr has compiled a group of volunteer specialists reachable online for consultations she sends some photos by what's out someone usually responds within minutes this is twelve with these old if the militants through smoke bom to him he thought it was a gift he cultivated exploded he lost one on he's just shrapnel wounds him effort hoax to send him abroad for surgery and in his cold dark room and lena asks for the next patient and after her there's still a long long line of sick children and desperate parents waiting to see a pediatrician desperate to make a difference jane arraf npr news singer northern iraq.
"health ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Services says the healthy hiring has not yet boosted wages the one area where things are lagging as wage growth at r remain disappointing but i do think that that will pick up his businesses find the more and more difficult to hire government since last month's wages rose two and a half percent more than a quarter of a million utility customers in the south lost power friday after a snowstorm the highest number of outages have been reported in georgia some customers are being told they might not have electricity restore before sunday temperatures in parts of the region could hit freezing overnight this is npr news members of the un security council or criticizing president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel palestinian ambassador riyadh mon sore called the move the irresponsible saying it will further exacerbate religious sensitivities anti us rallies were held across the muslim world on friday palestinians clashed with israeli police in the west bank in on the border with gaza the palestinian health ministry says fifteen people were injured in air strikes that the israeli military says were launched in response to a rocket fired from gaza the white house says it is gravely concerned by the escalating violence and dire humanitarian conditions in yemen and his npr's jackie northern reports it's calling on all sides in the conflict to end hostilities and start peace talks this is the second time this week the trump administration has appealed for an end of the fighting and suffering in yemen a saudi led blockade of yemen's red sea ports has prevented essential supplies including food water medicine and fuel from reaching people for more than a month a white house statement repeated a call to saudi arabia to lift the blockade in for the iranianbacked who theme militias to allow the free flow of humanitarian aid the statement says the quote devastating conflict must be brought to an end through political negotiations the us of supporting the saudi led coalition fighting in yemen providing refueling planes in assistance with intelligence jackie north npr news wall street stocks closed higher with the dow jones industrials rising one hundred.
"health ministry" Discussed on KPCC
"Of sexual misconduct including accusations that he molested two teenagers decades ago he denies any wrongdoing you was employers added to 128 thousand nonfarm payroll jobs to the economy last month the nation's jobless rate held steady at four point one percent of seventeen year low but gus foce of pnc financial services says the healthy hiring has not yet boosted wages the one area where things are lagging as wage growth that remain disappointing but i do think that that will pick up his businesses find it more and more difficult to hire the government since last month's wages rose two and a half percent more than a quarter of a million utility customers in the south lost power friday after a snowstorm the highest number of outages have been reported in georgia some customers are being told they might not have electricity restore before sunday temperatures in parts of the region could hit freezing overnight this is npr news members of the un security council or criticizing president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel palestinian ambassador riyadh mon sore call the mood the irresponsible saying it will further exacerbate religious sensitivities anti us rallies were held across the muslim world on friday palestinians clashed with israeli police in the west bank and on the border with gaza the palestinian health ministry says fifteen people were injured in air strikes that the israeli military says were launched in response to a rocket fire from gaza the white house says it is gravely concerned by the escalating violence and dire humanitarian conditions in yemen and is npr's jackie northern reports it's calling on all sides in the conflict to end hostilities and start peace talks this is the second time this week the trump administration has appealed for an end to the fighting and suffering in yemen a saudiled blockade of yemen's red sea ports.
"health ministry" Discussed on WLAC
"Dave ramsey show versatile parents how can i help well um moon are aren't currently on baby at number two and we were talking about christian health ministry and and kind of if that way at right i'm here crank it concluded rinku area i'm angry at card debt know ma and hours wondering arm what you've done a guy died it way iron going that way to get i am i have been on current a little bit liability and doing okay and go back benefit you get from pulling how can sharing mm i outweighing speaking in arm also kind of worried about it a poor ongoing arkia kicker camping happen who are helping injury mmm well you need to understand what the limitations are what they pay in what they don't pay we endorse christian healthcare ministries it's one of the company's rain doors and so we will endorse them it's a ministry we endorser and that's the thing we endorse i don't personally do it i have an hsa here at my company full disclosure okay by and it and it's technically not insurance it's a sharing ministry sharing process christian tearing each other's burdens it's done in a very structured way and they're they're like thirtysomething years old they never missed a claim never missed a you know paying the bill due to financial trouble or something things like that but they have certain limitations uh you know certain limits and there are several different packages in things you can look at so i can attest to you know their financial well the financially able to do and have always done what they say they do but you need to understand that what they say they do what they offer is different than insurance in some slight ways i mean there are some limitations on how much they do you combine you can buy it on upgrade thing that'll do more uh but there's some maximums and that kind of a thing because basically it's other people by in other people's bills is the way a structured and then it's very sophisticated in how they've got it all laid out and that's why it's has survived why it has one la over a period of time and as you noticed it's a lot cheaper along a lot cheaper and it does meet the obama care guidelines to where you know are you.
"health ministry" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Hey we can't do this machine to work here and it's working around all right will go right into the bbc news then have wonderful weekend byebye abc news with soon montgomery the white house press secretary sean spicer who became the public face of the trump administration through his televised media briefings has resigned news if mr liese's resignation came within minutes seven announcement that president trump had picked the the nuncia anthony scaramucci to be the new white house communications director the bbc's anthony's are karen washington says it's a sign of unresolved tension in the white tung's i've seen reports about how the white house that handling the ongoing russia investigation slick be controversy swirling around our how many members of the white house team have had to hire their own personal lawyers these controversies take a toll on any administration and it is it's an ongoing burden on this white house trying to deal with the dripdrip the independent investigation how'd respond to a plus all the normal political concerns trying to get legislation through congress the setbacks to the the healthcare reform legislation of the senate the recently app and that a lot on their played i think this is an indication perhaps that they are showing signs of stress palestinian protestors have clashed with israeli police in an escalating confrontation that began near the holy sites in jerusalem noon to muslims as the huhtamaki sharif and to june's is the temple mount the palestinian health ministry says three palestinians have been killed in the violence more than hunted and fifty were injured unrest spread to parts of the west bank tom bateman is in jerusalem vajpayee coming up to the barricade hair where police have been holding them back with the lack of security j i did this very large crowd what's been happening occasionally as a woman has come through the crowd the crowd of let them through the police are allowing women fruit because women are allowed to go for the compound to pray that i hope also men over the age of fifty and i just saw mag showing his i three offices tried to get off now that in itself is creating a situation of tension of people are trying to come through in the place of pushing back a couple of moments ago we saw people running from offices pushing back then gasping crowd president.
"health ministry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Tomato ketchup in israel and so ocm even though they have sixty percent mark or sixty six percent market share when after heinz they said hey we did a uh a study with an independent lab that had no skin in the game leading european external laboratory and they found out that hindes did not have the required percentage of tomato concentrate right so they can't even call it up anymore and i believe it's being in force over there right yeah well this is from two thousand fifteen a thing leaves off i didn't see any updates but the article leaves off that hinds was petitioning with the health ministry to change the tomato concentrate requirements down to something like six percent well here's the thing is hein said they're claims have no substance will then why are they lobbying to get the percentage lowered fright in i think what happened was hinds was selling the same ketchup that the sell in europe in america this this is just speculation on my part but they they were probably selling the same catch at that they sell elsewhere but in israel by israel has higher food standards at least as far as ketchup goes threat and their competitor nailed him on it that's what i think happen now yeah they can't on the label that they can colic catch up in english but they can't call it catch up in in hebrew yet had only caller paid a seasoning he malcolm.