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"helsinki airport" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Where they explain to the fans that as they walk in, there will just be covert 19 detection dogs. Here's a little piece of Copan 19 detection dog will screen everyone in line by simply walking past each person if you or someone in your group are not signal by the dog You will be permitted to proceed with the arena's standard entry process. However, if a dog signals on you by sitting down you and your group will be directed out of line and denied entry. Oh, my Lord, the That's how the dog signals is If the dog sits down next to you means you got coronavirus hoping you was not the end of that dog shift with whatever you you see a dog. Aren't you like excited to have the dog stop And you want to pet the dog down? The dog stops is like, Oh, Anyone who were not going to see the heat tonight. Let's see here, one of the trainers says, quote, it turned out training. The dogs is a relatively quick process, and the results are surprisingly good and promising a dog capable of detecting the presence of Corona virus within 10 seconds. Fans. I had seconds If we have this technology, how come we haven't been tested and we would have tested people with dogs all along? You ever used to be real hard to get a test? But that stuff up your nose that that swab up, you know, just have a dog sniff You on, Uh, Finland's Helsinki Airport has been using detection dogs for several months now. They say that they have a quote, accuracy level of nearly 100% even five days before actual symptoms appear. Good Gosh, get a covert something, dog. Did you get this from the onion? No, man, This is that's from the pages this from Page six from the Miami Heat website. Hey, uh, Phil Rivers may have a job, ESPN sniffing coke. They're going to keep Steve Levy Brian greasy and Louis Riddick for money that football, but they could be hiring. Your man. Still, Rivers number 17 to join the Monday night crew. So they're gonna have a four man booth. Somebody would get the boot Somebody I think, Brian, greasy, greasy. Can we put him in one of those booger carts down on the sideline that always worked? No, please, No. Please get him to pay like My favorite cowboy, Witten him a new hat. He, uh, I've always figured that he was going to be good on TV. But hasn't he committed to his coaching high school football in Alabama? Right now? I guess you could do both. You can coach on Friday night and then you know, being here and and, you know, fly to wherever and be on TV on Monday. I think that's what he said on TV wants to be around his kids. His 85 kids, So yeah, good for him if he does that, But yeah, he would. He'd be good and also the Drew Brees factor. Drew Brees says he already signed with NBC. You're gonna sign with it? Well, no. He previous to this season, had a deal worked out with NBC for whenever he retired. I will Wetherby this season or whenever I believe he has committed Tombo. See there. Um, I think that is the but they wouldn't replace. I mean, he's not gonna replace Cris Collinsworth, right? That would be a studio job for Drew Brees, right? Could be. Yeah, Sunday night football right on the property. Harrison's job is in danger. They're probably maybe so. Chris Simms. Don't know It's been a fun week with you guys. I'm so glad producer Brandon his back. Thank you to all the sports talk listeners..
"helsinki airport" Discussed on KOMO
"Dog can smell. Dw news dot com then asked Holger Vocus, the University of Veterinary medicine Hanover. About accuracy in those groups. We were able to find a difference within 94 wasn't hit rate 94% Accuracy compares to many of the test being used today that are much more invasive. The Helsinki airport trial is position for global implementation, and this is where our local dogs through the nonprofit assistant dogs Northwest are getting involved. The noses on dogs like bang bridges, Sadie, Yuki and Samson could be instrumental in detecting covert well enough that more larger venues could actually Reopens. Brian Calvert camo news. This is a coma Morning news rewind as carmakers try to ease us all into the autonomous vehicle of the future. They're incorporating Mohr driver assistant systems into the cars and trucks We have today, study finds, though, that many of us are becoming over reliant on this new technology. ABC is Jim Ryan is following this. He's on our camo news line. Tell us more, Jim. I'm in. Oh, yeah, the Triple A took a look at this trying to find out whether people in fact are becoming too dependent on those systems. These are so called last two systems that the self driving almost systems that will push you back into the lane. If you start wavering out on the highway or will automatically break for you if you get too close to the vehicle in front of you, and increasingly triple A finds that people are getting into accidents that testing on tracks who's one thing because the lines were perfectly painted out in the real world highways. The is that that's not the case that strikes where away and therefore cars aren't is ready to see them. What's more, if they disengage if the car disengages that lane correction feature Too often, says the Triple A. It's not warning drivers that they need to be much more careful that should never take their hands off the wheel. But they need to realize that that lane assistance is no longer engaged or Seven for big that the break the automatic braking system has turned itself loops. Are they finding any problems with the systems themselves? Are they fail safe? They're not. They're not 100% of the reliable, according to Triple H and Tripoli says that before the auto industry engages level five autonomous vehicles, those are the kind that try themselves completely. Is going to have to get the driver's used to these these current systems because, according to Triple A only 12% of Americans indicate that they would get behind the wheel or not get behind the wheel of an autonomous vehicle and let it drive itself. Jim, Thanks for your time has always have a good weekend. Baby sees Jim Ryan the coma Morning News with manufacturing Greg her Schultz on coma News. Franz hits an all time record for infections. These are your world.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on KOMO
"News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 As we inch closer to the polls closing, many are worried about the security surrounding their vote. Some was Michelle Esteban reports what you won't see that has really meant to secure your ballot. For example, here in King County, there will be playing close security guards working all the drop boxes. There are 73 just in the county. Other auditors throughout the state say they are taking similar precautions. And I should also mention you won't mess in there necessarily see them. The FBI will be monitoring to here locally. Um my concern is unrest on Election night and in the time period following the election for Ray, due to special agent in charge of the Seattle FBI field office. That is a concern, but not necessarily an eventuality. We remain hopeful. And optimistic yet prepared, uh, for the worst due to said Right now all Seattle FBI personnel are on standby. The Seattle office just launched a 24 hour command post doing everything we can to ensure the integrity of this election. Behind Secure doors is the state's fusion center. The FBI works here with local and state partners, including law enforcement. The track statewide intelligence with realty time monitoring for the FBI for election priorities, allegations of foreign interference, voter fraud and suppression unrest and dropbox irregularities very closely. Align with the secretary of state's office with the National Guard with the Washington State Patrol. What known threats are there in our area? At this point in time, we have no specific, credible threat. To the to the electoral process here in the state of Washington. Um, that could change where you're like a sticker. I know like Washington's been doing, they drop off and melon fellas for a while, so I think it should be fine for voters we met. They told me voting late wasn't about security concerns this procrastination. I did my studying on it due to says he's confident in our state system. He's more concerned about that Actor is trying to influence voters via social media. I would say for people to rely on their common sense now. Special Agent Dude also tells me that he has had extensive conversations with the Secretary of state. Kim Wyman on that they will be in touch throughout the election cycle lets the very latest Michelle Esteban. Come on this. Some Northwest canines are going through a career change that could equip them toe help during the pandemic calls. Brian Calvert explains. Three dogs from Bainbridge Island are headed to Hawaii later this month, not for vacation, but then that sound nice right about now. Now these dogs are going to learn how to help during the pandemic by sniffing out a possible solution. To fully appreciate what the local dogs are about to be part of. We take you first to Finland and the office of researcher and a helm Bjorkman She's part of an innovative program that teaches dogs to sniff out covert 19. About seven minutes to figure out that, okay, This is what they want me to look out for. So that totally blew our minds. They took the newly trained dogs to Helsinki Airport. We're instead of nose swabs. Passengers were asked to wipe their skin with a special cloth and leave it in a jar jar,.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on KOMO
"CARLEEN Johnson Come on NEWS Oregon Governor Kate Brown issuing an emergency declaration in anticipation of election day violence, Brown says voter intimidation is not going to be tolerated. I am urging Oregonians across the state to stay calm, cool and collected. In a press conference, the governor announced she will declare an emergency from five PM now till about 5 P.m. on Wednesday. And it will be the second time in two months. Brown is used in emergency declaration to prepare for possible political violence. Prosecutors in Portland have charged a man with trying to sell his ballot, which is a felony. Court documents say 22 year old Josiah Bridges was asking 200 bucks for the ballot on the offer up APP. The Willamette Week reports he got an offer from an undercover officer for $115 signed the ballot, took the money and then was arrested. Prosecutors say he told the officers he didn't care free the presidential candidate and put the ballot up for sale as a joke. The owners of a local crab boat have reached a settlement of more than $9 million with two surviving crew and the families of four others who died when the ship went down almost to Romero with story the vessel Scanties Rose sank last New Year's Eve in the frigid Gulf of Alaska. Two survivors, one from Edmunds told how they made it to a life raft. But neither their survival suits nor the wrapped had locator beacons. They were found by the Coast Guard the next morning, court filings show. The boat owners say they did their due diligence to make the vessel fit for service, according to the CIA. Times of the five who died. One was from Washington, one from Idaho and three men from Alaska. How the settlement will be divided among their families, and the survivors is yet to be determined. C Romero Come on news. Stores and gyms and Gold Bar and Seattle among the most complained about businesses during this pandemic. A T and apothecary shop in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood has received more complaints than any other in King or Snohomish counties. According to the Seattle Times, the state government heard 295 complaints about be Fuller's mortar and pestle. This after the store posted a sign suggesting customers respond to state restrictions by removing their masks. The store has since Apologised in Snohomish County, 108 have complained about Gold Bar family Grocery in July. A customer posted on Facebook employees were not wearing face coverings, she wrote. When she complained to a manager, she was told she could shop elsewhere. Also in the top four, a Seattle Jim called Crossfit Felix with 188 complaints. Korwin Hey, HQ CO Moh news still to come on coma. What does Cove it smell like I'm Brian Calvert, with local nuts being trained to figure it out. 6 10, a former hurricane helps the Seahawks moved back atop the NFC standings. Here's Bill Sports at the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk. Russell Wilson continues to bolster his MVP credentials, tossing for touchdown passes. Seattle turned aside division rival San Francisco 37 27 approved 26 and won best record in the NFC. The Hawks offense got a boost from rookie running back deejay Dallas who caught a touchdown pass ran for another score. Coach Pete Carroll says the former Miami Hurricane was not fazed by his first NFL start. What we know about him now, you know he couldn't play football game comes through, we will win a game with a plan and I think that's really exciting. It's he was tough. He was consistent. Carol is hopeful injured starters Chris Carson and Jamal Adams can make it back for Sunday's game in Buffalo defensive and Carlos Dunlap could start practicing with Seattle this week. Perfect timing as they lose lineman Demontre Moore to a six game NFL suspension, violating the league's P D policy. The Washington Huskies out with her football depth charge for Saturday night's season opener in California. The dogs were listing for quarterbacks is possible starters and Iraqi Sunday night for the Seattle Sounders in the Rocky Mountains falling to Colorado Rapids, 321 and that not grave green in the third place in the Western Conference, Sports a 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Swartz Comeau News Wilson Northwest Canines are going through a career change that could equip them to help during the pandemic. Here's Como's Brian Calvert to explain the dogs from Bainbridge Island are headed to Hawaii later this month. Not for vacation, but then that sound nice, right? Now. Now these dogs are going to learn how to help during the pandemic by sniffing out a possible solution to fully appreciate what the local dogs are about to be part of. We take you first to Finland and the office of researcher and a helm Bjorkman She's part of an innovative program that teaches dogs to sniff out covert 19. About seven minutes to figure out that, okay, This is what they want me to look out for. So that totally blew our minds. They took the newly trained dogs to Helsinki Airport. We're instead of nose swabs. Passengers were asked to wipe their skin with a special cloth and leave it in a jar jar,.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on KOMO
"The Helsinki airport trial is position for global implementation, and this is where our local dogs through the nonprofit assistant dogs Northwest are getting involved. The noses on dogs like Bainbridge is Sadie, Yuki and Samson could be instrumental in detecting covert well enough that more larger venues could actually Reopens. Brian Calvert Camo news comes news time to 40 Time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk with Cuomo's Bill Schwartz. Dogs and kooks both fired up to play some football again. The Washington Huskies in Washington state cookers launches shortened Pac 12 football only scheduled Saturday, Wa Zoo in Corvallis to play the Beavers and U Dub in Berkeley against the Golden Bears coach Jimmy Like Who is your starting quarterback? Yeah. Great question. Great. Question is we will find out About 7 34. Maybe Pacific time right around there On Saturday night. We tried Ah, frightening Monday for the old Miss football team. Freshman tight end DeMarcus Thomas airlifted to a hospital after an injury and practice which left him with no feeling in his body. The Seahawks overcame a rash of injuries and slow start to knock off San Francisco 37 27 at Centurylink Field. Russell Wilson fired four more touchdown passes, one of them a crossing route to decay. Metcalf, who took it 46 yards to the house, I saw a lot of open grass and I just took off the running and I saw a linebacker was I passed him and he can't stop six and one Seattle at Buffalo Sunday Monday night Football, matching five into Tampa Bay against the one in six. New York Giants sports of 10 and 40 after the hour. Bill Schwartz Comeau News It's Thursday night and you're grabbing drinks with some friends started off with a pitcher for the table. Which quickly becomes too. There's a pool on there's a photo booth. All right, everybody squeeze in, say cheese. Followed naturally by an order of wings on and another get some extra rare sauce. Then there's the ceremonial nightcap. So what are we doing this weekend? And lastly, it's back to the car, which, if you're buzzed.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yes, it is wonderful to be with you. Rush has been absolutely rock solid these last few months. Absolutely incredible. He's taking a couple of days off for you know what? But he hopes to return on Thursday. We have the great Todd Herman coming in tomorrow and you know where Todd stands. On a lot of this cove ID stuff we have now just basically Western suicide Bay basically being presented as public policy. Absolutely. On absolutely unjustifiably. In public health terms. What is going on? We need some new fair is Alex Berenson. I Alex Benson was a New York Times reporter. And then he was he was like a thriller writer. For a while, and I read a couple of his books on long haul flights, and they were actually pretty good. He's like, Got a. He's got like a spy who was undercover in Afghanistan and they're pretty good, but he's He's um He's like now the guy who's actually urging us To look to look at the hard core data. We now have actually, seven months of facts and statistics about this on DH. What has happened is we have had a worldwide seizure. There were no there were no actual new things to do When you have a contagion, all the things they tell you to do, where a face covering wash your hands maintain a distance there all of the same things that were being said in the 16th century at the time of the fifth Whatever May 17th century ago, my centuries makes up 17th century time of the great plague of London. I read. I think I actually read earlier this year is a naughty Oh, booked Daniel Defoe's Journal of the Plague year about the great plague of London and everything we're talking about. He's talking about, which is that when someone would be coming down the street they understand and passed by on opposite sides of the street to prevent it to prevent it spreading. There's nothing new We're basically I landed at Logan Airport and I was told from in Boston when I came back just before the last time I was here and I was told entering the United States of America, some lavishly remunerated Department of Homeland Security net. Uit told me exactly the same things that people had been advised to do in the great plague of London. 3.5 centuries ago. So there's nothing new. All that is new is that when we're actually trying toe wool up and end the lives off Of of healthy people. When you wall up healthy people inside their homes for seven months, you make them sick up. It's not a good way to live because, as I said, the best cure for the cove it is the old vitamin D. That's the one thing we know The other thing we know incidentally when they have all these tests Helsinki Airport. Has been using dogs to detect when you land in Helsinki airport in Finland. They They have these dogs wandering around the airport to detect whether you've got the covert. The dogs are actually more reliable than most cove in tests. If here if they just had like a few dogs at the next presidential debate, no one would need to worry but have a way but the way it becomes in In America and in other places is we over, bureau ties things and because we have this, we talkin identity politics. The whole told Kamala Harris. She's the first half black half Indian woman to run. She shattered the grog glass ceiling for half black, half Indian women close summit We because we think in identity politics all the time. We have to universalized everything. It's like the say so they go through your grandma. Others left for 20 years. I mean, they've been making your grandmother take off her leg caliber at while the the imam with a full beard and the other bulky clothes go sailing for so We have to universalized every problem and screw over everybody, because that's that's how we do it. But we've now had seven months of it, and it isn't and it's like and it has become, in fact, a disease in itself. And don't be afraid of Cove. It is right. I don't want to get the cove. It And I understand that, you know, One of the differences between Americans and Swedes is that you know, Swedes are among the healthiest people on the planet and and Americans not so much that there were differences in outcome that actually have very little to do with public health policy and have and have to do with very big. Did you see this thing? The Irish Supreme Court ruled that ah subway bread, you know, when you go to subway and you get, like, justly small. It likes to do it to 37 in the morning and you get a meatball sub so you can go out on the street during the polar vortex on beat yourself up with the meatball sub. That subway bread is not bread. It doesn't meet the definition. The Irish Supreme Court says it doesn't meet the definition of bread because it's got 10 times as much sugar as bread has so under the Irish ship Import says that Under Irish law, bread from subway is, in fact confectionery. It's candy, You know, Basically, it's a Mazda with a couple of meatballs in the middle of it, and they know that's actually a more useful contribution. The public health because God got you know, God bless those Irish judges. If they would take the sugar out of bread places like some way they would be doing you a power of good. And that's actually a more useful contribution to public health and anything that doctor found, she has said. The other thing is that to go back to what I was mentioning, with the James Bond movie now being postponed another six months, so as a result, thousands of cinemas thousands of movie theaters in America, Canada, United Kingdom elsewhere, they've all closed. S so we're actually going to be in a situation where the only movie theater chains still open. Other one's owned by the Chinese Politburo. There is No future for entire industries. There's no future for the hotel industry. Under under this I was in About 18 months ago, I was in Rochester, New York. And I played the Kodak center there, which is this big Art Deco theater. About 2000 seats, and it's interesting to me because they take you back. They take you into it through the shuttered Kodak plant where they used to make all the Kodak Instamatic something so they take it to the stage door. You drive past that there to drive, you know, three miles out of town, and then you drive sort of three miles through the back door of the closed. Kodak plant through this mad max landscape. Of a dead American factory until you come to the stage for this beautiful theater. We had 2000 people that A little shy. I think we didn't quite sell it out. I think they had 1966 or something. And I like that on now, if I if I was playing that joint and only be able to have 500 people in there, so it be a done because you come you don't get big rolling laughs because you got 500 socially distant people on then at the end of the show. I went back to the Hyatt in downtown Rochester. Now Rochester isn't the greatest healthiest looking town as you'll know if you've seen the riots the hired in Rochester just announced. It's closed. I do this every time I do this every morning. I just check places have been to in the last 23 years to see if they're still there. And the number of thumb the number of hotels have been to the theatres are all closed. The movie theaters were all closed The hotel's ah, a significant proportion of the hotels I've stayed in. When I've done these little mini tours a clothes on. Then there's a ll the small things the little North Country restaurants a little low on New Hampshire. Dina's I've loved that on the closed On and on. I'm going to reopen again. There was this said, I just saw that this just came across the transom this morning because the gelato making machine of a little gelato shop that Forbes magazine called the best gelato in America. It's in Hanover, New Hampshire, which is Dartmouth College. And I've been down there, you know a few times and the gelato is magnificent and I sit on the sidewalk table. And when the only thing I don't like about it is that whenever I sit there, the 12 most annoying liberals in the state of New Hampshire all come past you down Main Street, Hanover. But other than that, the gelato is great. It's gone. Boom! It's closed The The Lady who Ah, Senora Murano. She spent six years in Italy learning the authentic art of gelato making. She opened this thing in Hanover, New Hampshire, Forbes magazine called it the best gelato in America. She opened another place in Boston. They're both close. They're done..
"helsinki airport" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Because we know that you dogs have much, much greater sensitivity with smell. They have been able to teach dogs how to sniff out cancer and other diseases and, of course bombs and Contraband and drugs, illicit drugs and airports. So why wouldn't they teach dogs? How to sniff? Corona virus or covert 19 disease. So that's what's going on in Helsinki Airport in the country of Finland. So we asked you Are you in favor of implementing that? Procedure here at U. S airports. Yes or no? That was on my website. You had an opportunity if you learned about it to vote And many people did. Here are the results of that poll. Are you in favor of implementing Dog sniffing. Disease sniffing for Corona virus at airports of those who voted 63% said Yes. 38% said No They have it, and I don't know why that pole went this way that it did, And that's sort of the way it is. And I want to thank you. Those of you who made the effort to go to my website of Dr bob dot com. And participate in it. Also this last week on Facebook. I hope you are a Facebook friend. If you are not a Facebook friend, yet you're encouraged to become one because if so, you will see articles and commentary throughout the week. That I provide because the reason for that thesis Oh Shal media platforms, whether it be Facebook or Instagram or Twitter. I'm active in all three of those. And my home website is because there's so much data. There's so much information to share with you and for you to know about that you may not find out about unless you receive it. And then I provide some commentary. We just can't squeeze it all into the show. Therefore, we use these things. Therefore, you're encouraged to become a Facebook friend. I would be honored to call you, my friend on Facebook that you get to that. And it's free, unfettered access. You go to the site, Dr bob dot com Spelling out the word doctor. Doctoroff bob dot com and then scroll down to Facebook had become a friend. That's simple, easy. Facebook this last week. An article about Neanderthal genes if you have them, and some of us have Neanderthal genes. It may raise the risk of dying from Cove in 19, and I've read all kinds of estimations of humans. What percentage of humans have You know, the possibility of Neanderthal genes are cousins. And researchers in Germany and Sweden found a cluster of genes. Sections of DNA that have been linked to an increased risk of covert 19 death. Read. The article is fascinating. And then, of course, because of that. One of my staff members went out and grabbed an editorial, which had to do with and it it was. It was mean spirited, but it was written back in 2016. It was I'm sure was authored by a never Trumper. By the name of Edith Hall. About how much of President Trump's DNA is Neanderthal. This comes out of research out of Max Plank Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology might want to read that, but I want to warn you ahead time. There's Cem. Some very ah, disheartening things that this person says in the editorial, But nonetheless we still hosted it. You have that You also have an article about how a low carb high cough and die it will Impact you perhaps you won't want to learn about that low carb high coffin diet. Fascinating stuff. Alright, coming back with our special guest pharmacist. Dr Jim Lovell's damned by. I'm Dr Bob Martin. Are you concerned with the change of seasons? Are you looking for a product to support a healthy immune system? Then you must be looking for a Reagan.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"And production of covid vaccine. Four covid nineteen sniffer dogs have begun work at Helsinki Airport, in a state funded pilot scheme that finished researches hope will provide a cheap fast and effective alternative methods of testing people for the virus. Dog is capable of detecting the presence of Corona virus within ten seconds and the entire process takes less than a minute to complete according to the University of Helsinki who overseeing the trial off to collecting their luggage arriving international passengers off to dab their skin with a white. In a separate booth the Beka containing the wipe is then placed next to others containing different control sense and the dog stops sniffing. If it indicates, it has detected the virus usually by yelping pouring or lying down the passenger is advised to take a free. Test using nasal swab to verify the dogs verdict. In the universities preliminary tests, dogs which have been successfully used to detect diseases such as cancer diabetes were able to identify the virus with nearly one hundred percent accuracy even days before patient developed symptoms. Scientists and not yet sure what exactly it is that the dog sniff when they detect the virus. A study published in June concluded that there was very high evidence that the sweat of covid positive people was different to that of those who did not have the virus and that dogs detect that difference dogs are also able to identify covid nineteen from a much smaller molecular sample than pc all tests needing only ten to one hundred molecules to detect the presence of the virus compared with the eighteen million needed by laboratory equipment. Researches in countries including. France Germany and Britain a reportedly working on similar projects but Finland is the first country in Europe to put dogs to work sniffing out the corona. Virus? You can subscribe to five minute news on Youtube with your preferred podcast APP. Ask Your Smart Speaker all renewable five minute news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skin please subscribe rate and review us at five minute. Dot News five minute news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering unbiased verified and truthful World News. Daily..
"helsinki airport" Discussed on Axios Today
"Welcome to axios today. axios insiders a sneak peek into the conversations in our newsroom. Early on in the pandemic Democrats spent a Lotta time pushing mail in voting but now many are pivoting to promote more in-person voting Alexey. McKinnon. Covers politics for axios since she's here with me now. A LEXI. which here with the Democratic Party? Thank you for having me. There's a switch because there have been a lot of chaos in threats with the US Postal. Service with regards to delays in getting things processed trump's team has promised litigation around any close races in the election and election experts are now warning that absentee ballots are rejected at a much higher rate than voting in person and polls are showing that Democrats are more likely to vote by mail than Republicans what Are Democrats saying about this. Now, what I am hearing from Democrats is a sort of hybrid message where they're saying folks request a melon ballot but drop it off in person at a dropbox or a spoke to a Senate candidate in Idaho polit Jordan who's a Democrat who said that cheese encouraging voters to take their mail in ballot in person to the county courthouse that she says is the sole way to make sure that your. Vote gets counted in some cases people have already started voting right. What do those in person voting lines look like the Virginia just had its early voting start last week and the people were waiting in line for two hours or more because they felt that that was how their ballot would get counted in the most secure way. But in other states like North Carolina, we're seeing reports that are showing that black voters ballots are being. Rejected more than four times the rate of white voters in that state, and in Florida, there are warnings that voters are twice as likely to have their absentee ballot rejected. If they've never voted that way before obviously those states matter a lot for the election and those are states that both camps are competing really hard for, and if there are these mishaps oatmeal in voting, that could spell trouble for Joe Biden in these battleground states. Alex McKinnon covers politics for axios. Thanks, Alexi. Thanks so much. Big announcement from Johnson and Johnson yesterday about face three the final trial for its corona virus vaccine caitlyn owens covers healthcare for axios. Three things you need to know what's the most important thing about this backseat so it's the fourth vaccine going into phase three clinical trials in the US but is distinct from the other ones for a few reasons. One is that when you get this vaccine at just one shot, so the other front runners require two doses, which is obviously logistically harder than a one done shot second of all it doesn't have to be stored at the same extremely low temperatures the other vaccine candidates do. So the JJ vaccine can be restored at refrigerator temperatures versus some of these minus eighty degree Celsius requirements that. The other vaccine candidates have thirdly something that's just of note, is that the trial itself is larger than the other ones. So sixty thousand people which is coming gives you a more solid data set basically means we can all feel a little bit better if it gets authorize because it's been tested in more people, it is important to just tape our expectations until we make sure that these vaccines are indeed safe and effective, we have four candidates. Now, it would be wonderful if all of them end up being authorized and then eventually distributed widely but again, we can't count on that at this point. Caitlyn Owen. Covers healthcare for axios. Before we go dogs are literally saving the day at least in Finland were the Helsinki Airport is now using canines to detect cova cove nineteen creates a certain smell that specially trained dogs can detect on people like they already do with malaria and some cancers. News says the U K along with the US in Germany are also experimenting with Disease Sniffing Dogs Dubai even started a similar program this summer, and it had a ninety percent success rate and don't worry the dog star able to do their job without coming in contact.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Next. Live from NPR News. I'm Korova Coleman, The body of the late Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will lie in repose today at the U. S. Supreme Court President Trump says he will announce his nominee to succeed Ginsberg on Saturday that the White House Senate Republicans insist they will quickly act on this nomination. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports They're in the majority and likely to confirm the president's choice. Republicans. Khun Lose as many as three GOP members, and it's appearing likely they won't even lose that many on Ly to Senator Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, said they're against the plans. So Republicans appear to have the votes. They need to get this done even before the election, NPR's Claudia Cruz unless reporting the House has passed a stopgap spending bill to fund the federal government through December 11th after the election. It now goes to the Senate. The federal government could partially shut down next week without fresh funding. The bill proposed earlier by Democrats was held up over a disagreement about federal aid for farmers. The House of Representatives has also passed several bills on suicide prevention. These had wide bipartisan support NPR's re to Chatterjee reports one measure could transform how Americans access care during mental health crises. A national suicide hotline Designation Act aims to make 988 new treated it Crisis Hotline Bob Give me a heads American Foundation for suicide prevention. We love the idea of three digit number easy to remember, Right similar to the 901. You know, for other emergencies. This would be the 988 for emotional crises and emergencies. He says. The new legislation if signed into law will provide the funding to make this a reality, making it much easier for people in crisis to seek help. 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Finnair cancels 276 flights as unions join solidarity strike
"The brand hope you're not traveling to Finnair this week sympathy strikes across the transportation sector in Finland ever Helsinki to a virtual standstill and prompted its carrier Finnair to cancel almost three hundred flights buses and ferries in the Finnish capital were also being affected by the strikes which are aimed at showing support to some ten thousand postal workers there says Monday's flight cancellations will impact at least twenty thousand customers and that the strike will affect several critical services at Helsinki's airport as a hub for Europe and Asia
"helsinki airport" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"So there's been a large increase in Asian passengers coming to Europe via Finland and the airport. Also has I think something like twenty direct connections to to Asian cities. So it's been growing about ten percent year on year, which is a lot to you know, two million passengers more every every year. So, you know, needs to expand now at the brand new terminal yesterday, tell us how did it look? Looked really amazing. I have to say I mean, they've extended their known Shang and terminal. By the capacity by something like forty five percents or a big increase. They've they built this new extension where you have lots of natural light coming in this, really, large windows, basically, all the walls are windows, and you have lots of. Of. Wooden elements there you really have a relaxed feeling especially at the at the security checks, which are by the Fayed, by the way, the state of the art technology. They they claim to be able to process about four passengers every minute per lane at the security on us as we all know, that's one of the most nerve trucking places airports going through security. They're also playing quite heavily on the theme of finished nature. They have this seventy five meter long digital display different finish natural landscapes trying to create this feeling that you're immersed in a Finnish nature, even though you're at the airport. Well, as any of the loyal readers will probably know monocle awarded Helsinki airport. Al favorite airport? Many many times tell me how important is the airport to the people of inland is it really a point of pride apps. It is it is it's actually economically really important because eat has fostered a strong growth in tourism in Finland. Not only. Only housing, but also Lapland you have a lot of Asian tourists coming in now. And and and that's that's key to the Finnish Finnish economy. Of course. The fact that heels gear poor this has been awarded by the likes of Monaco. So many times it's good for brand Finland because brand Finland is all about efficiency, and and you know, things working and life being easy going, and that's what the airport also aims to be. So they're supporting one another Patry built of in Helsinki will let you get back to all of that snow that indeed is full today's edition of the briefing. It was produced by Reese, James and researched by your lean go phone and may Lee Evans L studio manager was Kenya. Scarlet the briefing is back at the same time tomorrow. So do join us then and June to Madari house today that's live at eighteen hundred here in London thirteen hundred if you're listening in New York Juliette foster will be at the helm for today's show. We've also got a full wrap of the day in using current affairs. Coming up live at. Twenty two hundred with the monocle daily. So do stay tuned for that as well. The globalist is back live at seven AM tomorrow. That's with tiger and ride in the money's Ben roiling. That's the briefing. Thanks for joining us. Goodbye.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Okay. This makes sense. Actually, I don't know. Why? I really I guess I, you know, you try not to think about things you don't wanna think about right. This is going to be something you're not gonna be able to think. So it's like when I saw the Dave Savini hotel horror stories twenty plus years ago in every I still to this day have not been a home one hundred percent comfortable in a hotel room anywhere in the world. One hundred percent, no. Like after a few days. And maybe a couple of calls to housekeeping, and yeah, and a complete linen change. You feel that your I can I can comfortable enough. But I still I mean, you know, every time I change the channel on the TV. I go into wash my hands. Hello. Somebody told me a good way around that is to bring ziplock bag with you. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. Keep forgetting to do that a good idea. Yeah. Because most the time when I get the room service going, and I love the I love to roll with room servicemen. Yeah. Nothing better than room service had a good room service at an Iceland. Or you know, the food is going to be good where they automatically put a flower in a vase on on use your own salt and pepper shaker. Automatically breadbasket automatic breadbasket, those little bottles catch a little bottles of ketchup sealed. Those are cool hard to open. Yeah. They are. Yeah. Yeah. But then I'm watching desert. I'm watching TV. So every time I change the channel. I gotta push the cart away from the foot of the bed wash my hands come back, and that gets the be tiresome. But here here goes this is not about hotels. This is about airport security. The next time you go through you might want to wash your hands afterwards. Okay. According to the results of a new study published by finish you guys finish yet and British researchers half of plastic airport security bins may carry viruses that cause respiratory infections. Oh boy. The study published last week in the biomedical central infectious diseases journal, which is a great little read great little MAG. That's I use it. I keep one in the John. I was gonna say probably have a hoax for the John. Remember that were kids jokes for the job? Yeah. Yeah. Tested. They that journal tested swabs from surface samples of the plastic bins at Helsinki airport. That were taken at three different times during the peak of the twenty fifteen twenty sixteen flu season. And. You know? That's of course, that's not gonna help any four of eight. Samples contained the rhinovirus or. Denno virus which causes cold like symptoms. And let me I'm just gonna go ahead and kind of riff on this a little bit because it's very Helsinki, Mary disease, blabbity, blah. But just think about this. Okay. People put their shoes at him. Oh, yeah. Shoes. Go. Poop ground. And you don't see that. They they don't rush each been straight over to a sanitizing machine. The pilots to the front of the line. They make you do it puts it in a pile. Oh, yes, sir. Officer now I've won now. Just wait. Okay. So then somebody put their dirty filthy shoes in. And then it comes back to me. I put my computer, and I touch my computer all day. Yeah. I got it all over my fingers gross. Right. And then so forgetting the disease part of it just the filth, and you're putting your watch in their your cell phone phone dirty. Your hat with that in there. I don't wear a head to the airport. Oh, you should be. Because when you're on the plane, you can put it over your eyes sleep like a tough guy like dog did on the train ride back. Correct. Exact from Quincy get away from me hat. Does it work? No, it doesn't. No, he bigger headphones and pull that requires to sleep. You need bigger headphones. Yes for sure now. Your buds buds is not gonna stop me. No noise canceling his yes. Even fake noise Kastler's, but you'd think between the ear buds and the sunglasses in the hat, no room. I knew you wanted to talk. On your mind. Oh, thank God. It's going to be so easy because Steve is self proclaimed introvert doesn't want to talk to anybody. Not just wanna talk. Didn't even really wanna talk. It was like I was just doing stuff like any movement here. It's eight Blake. He's like he had the world's most sensitive hearing, some cartoon character, the world's most sensitive hearing getting up this, look and see. Went through my my my bag. This goes in there. And I'm there later look trying to crack safe really, mentally, you know, every absolute silence already cooked clock at a noisy. Hey. Like that. Offered you some. More. You didn't want to talk to him that made him. Hey, wait a minute. I didn't really try to to. So I got three hours of sleep. And I was just like is like I'll maybe I'll maybe I'll get a chance to sleep on the train. Oh, but does all of a sudden it wherever rap session. So what do you think about the solar eclipse as they could be trades are five I like trade was sitting in front of him. I couldn't even talk to me sitting behind me. I got up like two times what time to get a bottle of water. That sounds not quite that bad. Agency, brand new girl. And then I got some beef jerky because I had some. Oh, yeah. Jack links some dried apricots those were good. Yeah. And I think it just getting up here. Mike just getting up. I mean, sure it makes a noise when I get up out of a train seat, and then the giant door the bathroom dunk. I can't help that man. I can't have somebody coming in. And they're watching me do my business. Now, I gotta get that thing shutting the bathroom now for anyone. Water. Well, I brought beef jerky. I brought it all down there. I didn't know to Quincy. I thought we might have to Lewis Clark. It turns out that it tilted kilt. A one or too much. We didn't even see the damn solar eclipse. Oh well. I had my hat on. I wouldn't have seen it any right? Right. I really wasn't trying to irritate you. I know I did. And I know I know where I we're. Cold or warm room temperature this up a little bit is great. I hope we are. But luckily Brennan was putting on a demonstration of how to not pick up a girl Valentino lessons dining car, the dining car, asking the girl, how her hotdog was even before she ate it. So how's that? I haven't eaten yet. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Would he do let me know? Right over here. So so just those trays are dirty. No. I just from the shoes. Oh, yes. Indeed. They shouldn't let us put your shoes on the belt. So that's interesting. You said that lesson I flew to. Interesting because some must've been very mean to me. I when I went to midway just last month they were doing away with the trays. How it said just put your stuff on the conveyor belt, traces, filthy, just put your bags, right? Great. They're shut up get through the line. So I don't know if those standard or maybe the trays were in the wash or that's how they do it. Now, it seems unnecessary. If the put your shoes in a tray through him and Embiid people's belts to around. They're poopie midsections. Hey on Monday when they cancelled like four hundred flights at O'Hare, they only cancel like six at midway. So shout out to your MD w arrived represent a lot rose. A lot of times MB w. Whether they weather the storm better than O'Hare they because they could fly like they fly straight up to get out of that airport. They can land. I hit the white castle. And then the next hop down snowstorm plop down. On the brakes league, they stick the landing. Come across this around a million miles an hour. Uh-huh. Stopped as so little rain gonna bother though. Yeah. No makes it more fun. More exciting. All right. So yeah. So, you know. Try not to use those things I'll keep that in mind. Like for your for your computer, you can get one of those bags that they can see through. Yeah. You can keep it in your bag. Okay. And then if you really wanna meet and get the TSA pre and then you don't have to take off your shoes. Whole thing's a little cleaner. I love to take off my belt though, you might as well. They'll say you don't have to take. I know. I just want to just feel so good manages to let.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Back pulled out his gun and tried to shoot at the robber the victims are recovering at the hospital and are expected to be okay former congressman anthony wiener headed to prison today the disgraced new york democrat sentenced to twenty one months in prison for sending sexually explicit messages to a 15yearold girl amami mother is under arrest for murder of her daughter fouryearold tanya pages body was found in a dumpster over the weekend a man throwing out his trashed yesterday at the tuscany place apartments and princeton found the girls by thirty one year old tina ferrying ten under arrest and booked on first degree murder charges the mother is accused of suffocating her child with a pillow on halloween and then driving around with the body in the trunk until it started a stink as simply say she dumped her daughter in the trash police say she has confessed to the crime airport security getting a one over at mia after an incident described as very concerning a man this weekend was able to get into a restricted access area and onto the runway before miami dade police arrested him forget wayne your luggage one european airline wants to weigh you before you fly finnish airline finnair is asking customers to step on the scales before walking into the cabin in an effort to collect data the airliner says by weighing passengers it's hoping this slash operating costs so we can better estimate fuel requirements getting on the scales is voluntary at helsinki airport and so far finnair has only managed to way about one hundred navy past jurors and is starting to feel like the eu is back number seven to miami improved at eight no with a dominant 28 10 win over virginia tech at the rock and there is a police investigation into a viral video circulating that shows a miami dade police officer punching a drunken woman in the face as she is being carried out of the un game you're not next update at one thirty i'm karen curtis taken 'naked with news anytime at eight fifty wfp alcom this is charles osgood there are a lot of complicated things in life rocket science taxes and tying a.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The sky valet and they're always sir early they grab raymond barre really sky bouncers they don't see your baggage this and they don't they don't want that bag come and forever and ramos that i fly all the time and this is very honestly it's always it it it always fits in the overhead they're gonna have to be checked out my flight is coming up now chicken ticket they've point over geller cowdrey oh it's the point of shame they point you in the distance worrying that is so now this finnish airline appropriately called finnair air thin air not thinair billions of finnair for finnair jon krakauer book into thin air ideas about the um scaling of everest thin air is asking for a few volunteers not to take a later flight but to skip on step on a scale before boarding the plane the finnish airline told cnbc that it has asked about one hundred eighty passengers to weigh in four flights from helsinki airport this week and it needs about two thousand travellers to get an accurate read on passenger weights and their carry on bags the study will continue through the spraying of 2018 finnair said because it wants to collect data when travelers are carrying heavy winter coats the aim of the weighins which might be more familiar to travellers who have flown on small planes is to update the nearly decade old data on average passenger weights as it expands the route network and needs to accurately forecast payloads and how much fuel that requires planes are going to start falling out of the sky let's just say at rival always i have always of the of people should i've now i've said this how are we using weight standards from the 1950s and people did manual labor and people of four times the size now even the wheelchairs have expanded i noticed that the airport he'll chairs we will cheer to use could be like maybe sixteen pitches now they're like 48 inches if your family although you'll wide wheelchairs are a fact of life in the airport do you got the double wide wheelchairs you have the hospital gurney in reinforce steal you have coffins the size of piano cases even gulf carts.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on WCTC
"Call the sky valet and they're always sir lay they grabbed raymond barre really skied bouncers they announced here by axes and they don't they don't want that bag coming through and ramos at i fly all the time and this is real honestly it's always if it always fits in the overhead mm that ghana have to be checked i say i came out my flight is coming up now check it check it said hey point they've they've point over delic artery oh it's the point of shame a point you and in the distance winner doesn't so now this finnish airline appropriately called finnair air thin air not finnair billions of finnair full finnair that jon krakauer book into thin air online news about the um scaling of everest finnair is asking for a few volunteers not to take a later flight but to skip on step on a scale before boarding the plane the finnish airline told cnbc that it has asked about one hundred eighty passengers to weigh in before flights from helsinki airport this week and it needs about two thousand travellers to get an accurate read on passenger weights and their carry on bags that study will continue through the spraying of 2018 finnair said because it wants to collect data when travellers are carrying heavy winter coats the aim of the way in which might be more familiar travelers who have flown on small planes is to update the nearly decade old data on average passenger weights as it expands the route network needs to accurately forecast payloads and how much fuel it requires planes are going to start falling out of the sky let's just say at rival always i have always of the of people should i've now they're i've said this how are we using weight standards from the 1950s when people did manual labor and people of four times the size now even the wheelchairs have expanded i noticed that the airport chairs corporate zone or wheelchair to use could be like maybe six inches now they're like 48 if what you get rid of family of four your wide wheelchairs are a fact of life and the airport do you you got the double wide wheelchairs you have the hospital gurney center in reinforce steal you.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To save the lives of puerto ricans sweltering in the aftermath of the people are just hanging on by a string harrer i know so that's what we're looking for the daily and more frail we're in the town of jabul goal which is a city that sis right on the water's edge on the southeast corner of puerto rico the eye of hurricane maria ward right through hear much of the island of puerto rico remote largely inaccessible now wbz news time five twenty one sunshine sixty degrees in boston some clouds just rolling into the picture tonight it'll keep temperatures in the 40s 50s and a pretty decent looking weekend is gonna feel again like summer here will run down the details with eric fisher coming up several dozen members of the islamic extremist group boko haram will spend as many as thirty one years in prison convicted in a nigerian courtroom today they are just a few of the more than 1600 boko haram members to face trial but the government has not said what the charges are and human rights groups our rights groups that are that is are questioning the validity of the trials it's the end of the runway for finnair flight six six six the less than fortunate flight number is spend retired by the airline after it arrived at helsinki airport today it's been around for eleven years of the aircraft touched down twenty one times on friday the 13th despite that double whammy nothing bad actually happened to that flight ever going forward though it'll be his plight nine fifty four we'll mindy caling be painting her nursery pink or blue let's find out from entertainer entertainment tonight many projects arm indicate ling has confirmed that she is expecting a baby girl telling ellen degeneres today that it was oprah winfrey spilled the beans she says that if anyone is going to announce big new news about to private life well oprah is the person to do it ashley judd we'll be honored at the women's media wards on october twenty six the forty nine year old access is the chair of the women's media centre speech projects which raises awareness about the scope and toxic impact of online harassment celebrating the birthday today graze ademi's dark in his fifty grammywinning singersongwriter paul simon a seventy six and was jerry maguire star is married to john travolta.
"helsinki airport" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review
"In a sense of victory for terrorism where does a sensible grill abreu prevention stall and where'd you start to actually play the terrorists game by changing and adapting your way of life net city i got caught in the helsinki airport knocked down on friday right and yet ones matt perry iran in very grateful obviously that that that security measures i had hearing that phnom have they have a safe but at the same time of course at the speech you have utterly changed allies on spending an allah set a goal was it'll yeah ex extraordinary uh that the measures the ways in which our allies have chain of change in fact uh let's talk a little bit about how isis and terrorism could be equated with white supremacist musicals that's been much in the young is this week now there's a there's a great jason pack peace just tell us about is very good in the observer excellent m dress book somebody who's studied with this in depth on the ground for for many many years and he finds lots of parallels between the kind of young man who are involved in both cases going all the way from frequently the absence of a pair rooms to the use of the net of networks small networks and use of the internet and a sense of grievance which he brings out towards the end of the article isis thinking oversee the kelly fat was deprived of its what should have been its historical greatness and so on and in the same way white supremacists in the united states looking back to the confederacy as a kind of wonderful time which was stolen away from them by of so this this sense of.