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"jbs" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

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01:55 min | 7 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

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"jbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:14 min | 8 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Thirty JBS related cases on its website GPS sites measures taken to protect workers including temperature checks and face masks along with increased sanitation and physical distance but brown says sometimes there's no real feasible way to keep us all six feet apart just a lot of people in one case you know what I mean it's just very congested to mimic that congestion JBS and producers like Tyson foods are taking other steps this Tyson video shows improvements including workstation dividers on site medical screenings and social distancing meatpacking companies have also increased pay for workers during the crisis Tyson announced two five hundred dollar bonuses in may and July JBS has raised hourly pay and is giving a six hundred dollar bonus to workers who had no more than two unexcused absences between April twentieth and may fifteenth lesser but mark Carone president of the U. F. C. W. International Union which represents many workers is skeptical they want people to come to work so they're paying more money the problem with that is it puts him back inside the plane GPS workers to stay home because they fear contracting the virus won't lose their jobs the company says but they also will not be paid which Garrone says leaves many workers with no option but to work because they need their paychecks just because you're a central work doesn't necessarily mean you're expendable and I think that people started to think about these workers especially in these packing houses is being expendable but George Washington University expert Melissa Perry says keeping workers safe protects the meat packing business as well I think it's a false dichotomy to frame it as though it's a choice between workers or our meat that's really not the issue the issue is it's a choice between ensuring safe protections within the processing plants so that we can continue to have a steady reliable supply and meet back at J. B. S. Ryan Braun is making four dollars more per hour now but says money isn't the answer where you're putting people's families like a risk and like their lives at risk I don't think that there's you can put a number on that on its website JBS says it is encouraging sick team members to stay home from work and it has relaxed its attendance policies they also pointed out that no one has asked them to close the plant local health officials say that's because they couldn't get support from state officials to do that we reached out to the governor's office but never heard back that's Anna Werner reporting for CBS news eleven twenty five and with financial news there's Jason Brooks this is we got more bad news on the job market with nearly three million jobless claims filed this past week more than thirty six million over eight weeks but the stock market has recovered from an early drop it down now up a hundred sixty five points at twenty three thousand four hundred thirteen as a P. up seven points to twenty eight twenty seven the nasdaq still negative down fourteen points at eighty eight forty eight credit cards didn't get nearly as much use as the pandemic induced economic shutdown swept across the U. S..

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Meat processing workers fear health risks despite increased pay

Here & Now

05:42 min | 8 months ago

Meat processing workers fear health risks despite increased pay

"Well a fourth USDA food inspector has died of the corona virus that comes as the meat packing plants they inspected become hot spots for outbreaks at least ten thousand meatpacking workers across the country have been infected likely far more and at least thirty have died Kim Cordova as president of the U. F. C. W. local seven union which represents workers in Colorado and Wyoming including meat Packers she joins us now welcome thank you for having me well let's start with the workers that you represent several thousand workers for the food processing giant J. B. S. what has happened to them since this pandemic began how many have gotten sick so we have had seven deaths in the Greenlee put facility so I believe we have the largest death toll for the entire country total for our plant we have three hundred sixteen positive cases but we have not had testing for all of the workers so they did not until this week even offer testing for a symptomatic workers is so the plant was closed back in April after the third death at the plant so they are back in operating again but yes we've had several deaths since the plan was re opened and what are the conditions like at this point in the plan is the facility save how close together or the workers were kind of protection do they have so while the plant was closed the company did make some improvements to the plant like in the lunch rooms break rooms they put plexi glass dividers that on the fabrication side of the floor they did put metal dividers that they have markings on the floor to identify six foot of social distancing their staggering breaks also they do not have the highest level of personal protective equipment like respirators but without daily testing and they opened up that plant without testing all of the workers we've seen the numbers start to move up again you know the plant was about a hundred and twenty somewhere around there positive cases those were workers that were had symptoms that were tested at yesterday's numbers that we have three hundred and sixteen and they just started offering voluntary testing but out of sight that's not on the plant you know on the plant site you have to drop five to a community college and get tested and they also have the testing during work hours so they are going to have to do something about that personal protective equipment and areas in the plant where you just can't social distance well what do workers tell you are they glad to be going back into work or they're afraid you know a lot of workers are scared they need to be able to pay their rent and provide you know a living for their families a lot of workers are still grieving the death of their co workers and as well as their family members that died so we still have workers that are on ventilators you know we know of one family that soon have to make it to the you know the most horrible decision to take their family member there JB it's a J. B. as she's a JBS worker off the ventilator or you know she will be on the ventilator for the rest of her life in a coma so it's it's a really bad situation for the workers Kim let me ask you this question because there are a lot of listeners probably hearing you talk about this and wondering whether they ought to just stop buying meat for the moment because they don't want to contribute to the situation what would you say to Americans who are hearing this and they're worried about being part of the problem there is a way that you can run this plant and keep the food supply chain going it we need to run it safely so when the president of the United States states invoked his executive order you know he failed to provide any type of safety mechanisms or invoke you know strong safety laws enforceable laws that would be number one so you can run the food supply chain if we had safety controls in place so there needs to be some real change in those industries and you can continue to continue the flow of the food chain but we need to have it say for the work force let me finally ask you you represent another group of workers the Kroger's grocery store workers in Kroger's has announced that it is ending here pay for workers this weekend that was an additional two dollars an hour that it was giving to workers during this crisis what what are your workers saying about that well they're really upset because we're not out of the woods yet you know with the states opening up these workers are going to be put but you know they're still at risk they have to often work you know address customers face to face whether helping and assisting them and for the company to take the bonus away with the workers don't understand that because the companies have profited the most Kroger has they've had record sales but they're taking the pain away from the front line workers and so we're hoping that croaker reef you know rethink their decision and provide that additional two dollars for these workers that have really risked everything there's that their health and safety as well as their family members that is Kim Cordova who is president of UFCW local seven union in Colorado and Wyoming she represents meatpacking employees grocery store workers and more thank you so much for joining us thank you Jeremy have a wonderful have a

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"jbs" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:46 min | 8 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"H. group Brazilian owned JBS USA and Tyson foods had temporarily closed about twenty U. S. meat plants as the virus infected thousands of employees prompting meat Packers and grocers to warn of shortages some plants have resumed limited operations as workers afraid of getting sick stay home according to US department of agriculture data is analyzed by Reuters while pork supplies tighten as the number of take slaughtered each day plunged by about forty percent since mid March shipments of American pork to China more than quadrupled over the same period Smithfield which China's Debbie age group brought forward bought for nearly five billion dollars in two thousand thirteen was the biggest U. acts exporter to China from January through March reporter Eric Gladys has more many Nebraska meatpacking workers who stand side by side in cool virus preserving conditions are reporting that the meat they process is more valuable than their lives according to Douglas county health director seventy percent of code nineteen infections involving two or more people have been linked to the area's nine meat packing plants Abby credits with the heartland workers center says she understands the need to protect the nation's food supply at the same time these workers are working in close quarters and whereas some companies are trying to take the necessary precautions and recommendations by the CDC not all are doing that and we still have workers becoming infected president Donald Trump recently signed an executive order to prevent plants from closing and keep food supply chains moving crisis group is calling on governor Pete rickets to move beyond voluntary compliance and demand that plants install uniforms safety protocols recommended by health experts including social distancing adequate sanitation and personal protection equipment and testing along with paid medical leave so sick workers can stay home and not lose their job Kretz says she worries that plant managers don't understand that there is a life and family behind each worker considered an essential employee many of whom are immigrants and refugees she is hopeful that the pandemic has made it clear that everyone is connected and everyone should be treated as a valued member of the community but it can no longer be like this us versus them mentality and I think once we can begin to see ourselves as one Nebraska we can actually like dental and argue with each other and say that these actions need to take place for the benefit of all in Nebraska and across the U. S. minority populations have been disproportionately affected by the novel coronavirus a recent live well Nebraska magazine reports showed nearly seventy percent of all confirmed code nineteen cases in Douglas county were people of color for public news service I'm Erik alas the British government performs an about face on masks today telling people to cover their mouth and nose and shops buses and subway trains the change came as part of what prime minister Boris Johnson called the first careful measures to lift our nation wide lockdown imposed seven weeks ago to slow the spread of the new coronavirus it's a recommendation rather than a rule people won't be penalized if they don't wear a mask the government outlined a three stage approach to ending a lockdown beginning on Wednesday with the relaxing of limits on outdoor activity people in England may take unlimited amounts of exercise rather than just one trip out today and may sit and Sunday the outdoors driving to a park or beach will be permitted and golf courses and tennis courts can re open Holly Hudson has more from London after weeks of insisting there was little scientific evidence to support the use number ten is now advising the face covering should be worn in enclosed public spaces like public transport in shops with social distancing isn't possible the new guidance is included in the government's fifty page plan to rebuild announced by Boris Johnson which edges more people to return to work where possible this week public health officials stressed coverings will only prevent transmission in some circumstances and they should instructions on how people can make their own masks so as not to place undue pressure on health workers Holly Hudson London France and Spain are lifting some of Europe's toughest coronavirus restrictions the two countries have been locked down for about eight weeks with today's partial re opening French residents no longer have to Kerry forms allowing them to leave their homes some schools have reopened crowds developed at.

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"jbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 8 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners of KQED weekend edition is gonna give us a look at working in a slaughterhouse in the age of covert also we're gonna meet baseball star turned funeral director all coming up this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Scott Simon meat processing plants have become coronavirus hot spot some that have been shut down because of infected employees are now re opening the cause of an executive order but ensuring enough social distance between workers is a challenge is Luke Runyon of member station KUNC reports meatpacking plants serve one role to turn a steady stream of cattle hogs and chickens into the cuts of meat that consumers want wielding knives and bone saws workers line fast moving conveyor belts that winds through these plants in some poultry facilities workers are expected to process up to a hundred and seventy five chickens every minute long before trump world there are these plants were built twenty thirty even fifty years ago the characteristics of the work spaces were not designed having in mind an emergency like the one we're living in now that's a forty five year old worker at the beef plant in Grand Island Nebraska where withholding his name because he fears losing his job in late April several people who worked near him tested positive for covert nineteen one died and he was instructed to quarantine at home the plant's owners JBS USA refused to shut it down are you already there first they only care about housing and money they don't care about the workers they don't care about the health of the workers in written statements JBS officials denied that characterization stressing that the company is committed to worker safety but many meat workers say it's nearly impossible to socially distance in a meat packing plant thousands of people are in the building at one time and workers say hand sanitizer and soap dispensers are often empty even before the pandemic the Nebraska worker worried about accidentally cutting the person next to him it says six people working in that area they should eliminate three for now white if.

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Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the meat industry

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:41 min | 8 months ago

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the meat industry

"Meatpacking plants serve one role to turn a steady stream of cattle hogs and chickens into the cuts of meat that consumers want wielding knives and bone size workers line fast moving conveyor belts that winds through these plants in some poultry facilities workers are expected to process up to a hundred and seventy five chickens every minute long before trump world there are these plants were built twenty thirty even fifty years ago the characteristics of the work spaces were not designed having in mind an emergency like the one we're living in now that's a forty five year old worker at the beef plant in Grand Island Nebraska where withholding his name because he fears losing his job in late April several people who worked near him tested positive for covert nineteen one died and he was instructed to quarantine at home the plant's owners JBS USA refused to shut it down are you morally very first they only care about housing and money they don't care about the workers don't care about the health of the workers in written statements GBS officials denied that characterization stressing that the company is committed to worker safety but many meat workers say it's nearly impossible to socially distance in a meat packing plant thousands of people are in the building at one time and workers say hand sanitizer and soap dispensers are often empty even before the pandemic the Nebraska worker worried about accidentally cutting the person next to him goal at least six people working in that area they should eliminate three for now white if you eliminate the person next to me you make more space I think that the job itself is already stressful and backbreaking gruesome and this just added a whole lot more pressure to say Castaneda's father works ninety miles from Grand Island in the Smithfield pork plant in Crete Nebraska she helped organize rallies outside that plant to pressure the company to change its safety protocols it be difficult and it would require an investment but I think it can be done to protect the workers meatpacking companies say they are investing in new safety measures Jared Gillig is in charge of operations for Cargill's meat plants with your cubicles built under kept your table so we don't have folks you're sitting right next to each other I mean so that obviously is a significant change Gilling says that workers are only part of the puzzle his company also has to consider all the cattle to be slaughtered and butchered lining up outside the plant as we balance that with the help of our team and then obviously the drawn to demand from a customer standpoint it quite frankly it's more of a balance of that Kim Cordova says that balance is off she's a union official with the United food and commercial workers she says companies can't just install hand sanitizer stations in plastic dividers and call it a day they may have to do some reconstruction to wide spread both lines out the easiest way to do that might be to slow the line down but the speed of conveyor lines is a hot topic Cordova says the latest recommendations from the CDC and OSHA don't specify how fast lines should run during the pandemic they have not given clear guidance on how bout those three increase should go and in fact the in the pork industry president trump is deregulated a lot of these agencies and they've also allowed those change to go faster on Friday the USDA announced that fourteen plants in states that shut down in recent weeks are set to resume operations that comes as nearly fifty workers nationwide have died from cove it

Meat processing plants vow to ramp up coronavirus precautions

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:43 min | 9 months ago

Meat processing plants vow to ramp up coronavirus precautions

"Like Costco and Kroger and how limiting how much meat shoppers can buy and after corona virus outbreaks forced some meat processing plants to close however employees are returning to work now after the president ordered those plants to stay open JBS plants sanitation facility are among the meat processors partially re opening this week J. B. S. says it will ramp up safety precautions while Tyson says workplaces will be retrofitted with partitions and thermometers we have secured the personal protective equipment for Smithfield and we also will make sure the contact tracing happens as well so to go to governor Christie gnome is providing equipment and free testing to the Smithfield pork plant in Sioux falls where more than eight hundred workers tested positive for the virus it will take control of the meat processing plants obviously if him into exile entire communities getting sick thank you for Wednesday's executive director of the rural community workers alliance in Missouri is suing Smithfield alleging workers were not properly protected and there are still some areas where the workers are probably Springfield issued a statement saying in part it has a policy of not commenting on the specifics of pending litigation we are doing everything in our power to help protect our team members from Kobe in nineteen in the workplace Smithfield says there will be new protocols including physical barriers between workers plus temperature checks do you think that there's going to be more of these plants though were they just have to shut them down because these are turning into hot spots well they should close it down he didn't want to be banned is Brandon Miele vitals they should not be

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Meatpackers cautiously reopen plants amid Coronavirus fears

Hugh Hewitt

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Meatpackers cautiously reopen plants amid Coronavirus fears

"Virus a pork processing plant in South Dakota just took its first steps toward re opening after some employees have been infected with covert nineteen president trump designated meat processing as an essential industry and a JBS pork processing plant in Minnesota is planning a partial re opening

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"jbs" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of care or status some standard of operation across all of our plans so we'll be operating to a common standard across the country and we think that's a great approach to to keeping the line in our country not just for our company but of course for all the families of all of the farmers and people across the country what are we supposed to our last week to the head of when your biggest unions mark around president United food and commercial workers International Union here's what he said about the safety issue in order to celebrate and and now they're broken in those plans I don't know whether or not they're going to go back to work some of the did not work because they're afraid there was having a harder time I'm just gonna ask are they going to come to they feel safe yeah hi Sydney I can tell you that we know that workers are afraid and we know that education is the best way to ensure that they can come to work and not feel afraid nine Texas a surgeon cases hitting a key region of the nation's beef supply infections climbing in Amarillo and state officials of went more than two hundred forty cases of covert nineteen to a meat plant operated by JBS USA well the nation's top infectious disease experts says he's losing the health argument Dr Anthony Fauci of the White House coronavirus task force said some areas already to gradually reopened but others are not and are doing so anyway and that will only cause more pain and more well more economic pain and more cases.

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"jbs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Begin with but that doesn't give them a pass on this did you sexually assault terror rate no it is not true I'm sorry no no quickly it never never happened never happened leading read for the last two years national pork producers council president eighty raw from a to a point where I have to do something so you're not able to take what they can I have more being paid so you can work on there being border I need you to ones that are ready to go out B. thirty cruising scares president trump promising to take action we have tremendous product we have ample supply this is nothing short of white collar crime executive director of voces de LA Frontera Christine Neumann Ortiz argues re opening facilities such as JBS Packer land at this point is the responsible we were working we were sweating so hard that it was making the mass and also our sweater was falling this year traffic control audio Harrison Ford is told the hold sure not to cross a runway for hotel good for doesn't hold short with an aircraft doing touch and go landings he crosses the runway in the controller in the tower he is not happy right now I told you to hold your utility not exactly we have a lot of unknowns we are you know mind he is we will end up having issues and we'll have to plan off track here it's got the wheels turning in there and fight which which if if that's the case then it means there's a chip on their shoulder towards organization that otherwise was not there we can review sponsored by outdoor living on limited expand your living space beyond your walls LED outdoor living unlimited design and build new living spaces right out there with a new deck or patio or whatever you envision outdoor living unlimited will do for you what they did for me so what do.

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"jbs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News at ten thirty good morning everyone I'm John Matthews the news sponsored by unbound dot org a beef production plant in Green Bay Wisconsin is the latest to shut down due to a coronavirus infections among employees at least one hundred eighty nine cases of covert nineteen have been linked to JBS Packer land the plant employs more than twelve hundred people and feeds nearly three point two million people a day American support for mail in voting is jumped amid concerns about the safety of polling places but a wide partisan divide finds Democrats are much more likely than Republicans to support elections exclusively by mail forty seven percent to twenty nine percent a top south Korean official says his country is confident there are been no unusual developments in North Korea suggesting rumors about the possible ill health of leader Kim Jong un are untrue the rumors about Kim's health began to swirl after he missed a key event earlier this month traffic and weather next right now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their families put food on the table you can help change their future in a single moment see how far your support can go at unbound dot org W. I. mail traffic and weather Steve Hirshhorn in the Hindi carpet cleaning traffic center on the interlude way in Virginia north bound for ninety five any suppressed lanes after Braddock road it was an accident in the left lane the through lanes of the interlopers had north of Springfield I. ninety five northbound before one twenty three the accident on the right shoulder and the blazes are pretty nicely three ninety five north bound after believe road the road work has that right lane blocked off both watching parkway north down after four fifty construction in the left lane now from garage door repair dot com.

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"jbs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Be found throughout the facility JBS also promised to invest more than a million dollars in covert nineteen testing kits for workers I'm chuckling Keighley news radio there's been some pressure to re open things in spots across the country with some defying stayed home orders Georgia re opening some businesses this past Friday but some locations are showing great concern has been a bunch of time at this hospital in Sioux falls South Dakota and they have been preparing for a surge for seven or eight weeks then they expect the search to hit sometime in early June maybe late may that means you're gonna have people on ventilators through July maybe parts of August they're not going to start to do elective surgeries till may A. B. September and by then the possible second wave of the virus could hit they don't know how they're gonna make it so it's not just business isn't hospitals that the actual health care institutions upon which we depend to keep us healthy may not be able to cope and survive the economic shutdown that is ABC's Matt Gutman reporting an ominous warning about the nation's unemployment rate this is the biggest negative shock that our economy I think has ever seen that is White House economic adviser can hack Kevin has to be speaking on ABC's this week acid said the rate will rival what is been seen during the Great Depression he also added that the nation's GDP could have a double digit hits in the second quarter more on that throughout the morning from our own Pat watered in money news with safer at home guidelines set to take effect in Colorado after the state home order expires today weld county officials issued safer at work guidelines that include social distancing and a lot of cleaning they've caused some back and forth with the state weld county commissioner Scott James Walker county commissioners in our in our charter absolutely no authority to close business we have absolutely no authority to open business listing for at work guidelines that have been put out in that have received a there's so much conversation and rightly so are simply that they are guidelines James on Keighley news radio says they're relying on people to make the right decisions and if businesses go their own way they know there will be consequences the latest numbers on the coronavirus on our state our end from the health department seven new deaths are added to the total number of people killed by corona virus in Colorado for a total of six hundred eighty people more than twenty four hundred people have been hospitalized but many of them have recovered and gone home and sixty three thousand people have been tested that number's gone up significantly this weekend the state health department says so far there have been a hundred and forty three outbreaks of covert nineteen in Colorado Karen Trinidad KOAA news radio Thorton woman's shoe selling hundreds of face masks for her community Chris potter of Thorton decided in action was no longer an option I was getting more and more anxious over this whole situation so she turned off the TV and turned on her sewing machine evolved into putting a pocket inside so that you could put the PM two point five what started as a small project for her family grew to helping staff at a Florida nursing home and then word spread on Facebook for hours I had over a hundred and fifty orders son Matt realized mom could use a hand she needed help with my text that said in all capital letters things did finally fall in place and.

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Major US meat plants are coronavirus hotspots: report

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:27 min | 9 months ago

Major US meat plants are coronavirus hotspots: report

"Thought the quantifiers close midfield and JBS meatpacking plants and they say more at risk so now it's a question of wow I mean a hundred and fifty of America's largest meat processing plants operate in countries where our counties rather from countries in counties where the rate of coronavirus infection is among the highest so that's scary yeah I mean you think about one in three of the nation's biggest beef pork and poultry processing plants and the rates of infection are higher than seventy five percent of other U. S. counties in viewing an investigation and analysis of it the Midwest center for investigative reporting that's what they came up with and that's scary getting in the sources but what can the meat packing industry do if a factory is overwhelmed with crown of ours of course it's it's they've got a they've got a closed down they have to figure it out we can't have people like that on the supply chain and a break down in our food supply chains could have some serious significant impacts economic impact packs for consumers and of course once again the farm people the agricultural producers and so precarious already what they're

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"jbs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To JBS beef plant which joined dozens of other outbreaks of meat packing plants across the country medical college of Wisconsin president Dr John Raymond says it likely stems from a number of factors for the most part it's about close proximity also I think that some of the ethnic groups that are disadvantaged and are just fortunately suffering from COPD nineteen maybe some of the workers in the factories he reported a hundred and forty seven workers at JBS if tested positive Mike Spaulding WTMJ news there's many who are pushing back on the safer at home order that's now currently in place until the end of may no permit no problem the organizer of a protest Getchell for tomorrow at the state capitol in Madison say their rally will move forward despite being denied the legal paper where did you get any thought despite being denied the permit that it wouldn't go on no no not at all medicine Elmer is a coal organizer of the reopen Wisconsin freedom rally a protest set for tomorrow in Madison trying to work together and finding a solution that works for everybody not just one part of the topic thousand say they're committed to going as far as any potential health concerns you're definitely stay home if you have concerns about your own health please wear a mask wearing clothes only that actively TMJ news pride parade in Milwaukee won't happen this year because a covert nineteen the board of directors making that announcement today was set to be held June seventh the same weekend as pride fest which has already been postponed there's something new on the way to prevent hackers from getting into your work meeting wondering it's someone you don't know you'll be allowed to report it directly to the zoo map teleconferencing company.

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JBS plant in Green Bay linked to 147 coronavirus cases as meatpacking outbreaks continue to spread

Steve Cochran

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

JBS plant in Green Bay linked to 147 coronavirus cases as meatpacking outbreaks continue to spread

"The coronavirus count for the entire state of Wisconsin is up but the count in brown county which includes Green Bay is really up the state's department of health services yesterday said brown county now has four hundred ten new coronavirus cases two weeks ago there were just forty cases their public health managers are looking at a meat packing plant as a possible hot spot overall the health service in Wisconsin says four thousand eight hundred forty five people have been confirmed with the virus two hundred forty six people have

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Coronavirus cases found in at least 17 meat processing plants across U.S.

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:48 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus cases found in at least 17 meat processing plants across U.S.

"CBS news has confirmed Kobe cases in at least seventeen meat processing plants in ten states thirteen of which have temporarily closed or operating at reduced capacity but the closest come too late for some families seventy eight year old sell Sanchez who worked at the now closed JBS meatpacking plant in Colorado died from coronavirus Augustine Rodriguez an employee at the Smithfield foods pork processing plant in South Dakota also succumbed to the virus another Smithfield worker who's infected and asked not to be named told us he wasn't given a facemask until three weeks after the plant's first case he now fears for his pregnant wife yeah I'm really scared I just worry about my what I should do my baby despite the outbreaks the governor of Iowa says shutting down plants would hurt farmers and the national food supply chain we are the largest hog producer in the country and it would be devastating not only for the food supply but for the cost of food going forward Ben Lewiston who helps run the institute for agriculture and trade policy says companies can reduce production to make the plants safer for employees regularly in the US we produce way more than we can consume nearly a third of US for production is for export so we can slow down our production actor workers make sure there's enough me for U. S. concerns we reached out to Smithfield foods to find out when exactly this sort of providing masks to their employees but we haven't heard back now both Iowa and South Dakota have not issued state sanctioned state home orders even though the opposite these facilities are already impacting communities the CDC says that there's currently no evidence that corona virus can spread through

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Minnesota Pork Plant Shuts Down After Outbreak Among Workers

KYW 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Minnesota Pork Plant Shuts Down After Outbreak Among Workers

"Oregon coronaviruses prompted the shutdown of another major of meat processing plants rotavirus cases have prompted JBS USA to close its large pork processing plant at Worthington Minnesota there've been two dozen more cases involving workers at Smithfield foods in Sioux falls South Dakota Dr Joshua Clayton state epidemiologist which brings our total count to seven hundred forty eight cases among Smithfield employees at this time now shut down plant produces five percent of the nation's pork supply several other meat plants are closed

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"jbs" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:27 min | 9 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Following his phone call with president trump over the weekend this after the president tweeted Friday in support of a protest outside the governor's residence against Minnesota stay at home order I said I understand the frustrations but I did express to the press nine I'm not sure that's really helpful at this point in time and if there's anything that he needs me to do it would be better to just call and we would talk and I think we both agreed to that that it it's it's just not healthy to play it out in the end up in a public setting where there's there's not a real back and forth wells also says a federal stress test of states abilities to withstand and recover from the financial followed of the pandemic put Minnesota in the top ten in the nation devastating news for the small town of Worthington where JBS pork processing announced today that it will wind down operations over the next two days because it's become a Kobe nineteen hot spot there's going to be an emotional impact Worthington city manager Steve Robinson says JBS employs more than two thousand workers with families who rely on that income he says they can manage a short term shut down but if it goes on too long there could be lasting consequences in the small town still he says I it is that it will we'll get through this and which are home loan experts are available to help twenty four hours a day seven days a week at rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states in M. L..

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"jbs" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"That work what business development and there's a lot of pressure on restaurants yeah well I think it has to be driven by the science and the data it again all right when I heard people say if there are protocols in place that are keeping east central businesses open by the things that they're doing and not getting people sick wouldn't it stand a logic that you could apply those to nonessential and do them same way and and the answer to that is yes but I think today the JBS in other situations show this it makes no difference whether you have a stay at home water or not on that if you're if people are getting infected and not able to come to work meaning you could not have one on it which she'll shut it down so the way it impacts me as is that I think day to day is what I keep telling people we need to find out what things are working how can we do this and again I don't know yet on antibody testing I think we but talked about this jam certainly has that the drawbacks of antibody testing need to be taken into account with the great potential promise of that so we're looking long term about what it will take but I'm looking with this team with best practices of saying is there a way because I've from the very first day this thing started and people are talking about shelter home and we're talking about eighteen months I said it's not feasible to shelter in place everybody for eighteen months it is just not sustainable it's not sustainable economically it's not sustainable health wise and it's not sustainable psychologically so we're trying to strike that balance and I would think Minnesotans again I get a report on social distancing and things that are happening we opened up a lot of activities for outdoor activities over the weekend and almost no complaints people were were it hearing to them now obviously they'll be a bit of a lag time if people are are gathering too closely or we're getting spread of the disease so we're looking at it both triaging short term but then thinking like these businesses are what does resumption of state business look like until we have a vaccine if.

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"jbs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"jbs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Your thought why didn't the government and there's a lot of pressure feline restaurants yeah well I think it has to be driven by the science and the data it again all right when I heard people say if there are protocols in place that are keeping you central businesses open by the things that they're doing and not getting people sick wouldn't it stand a logic that you could apply those to nonessential and do them the same way and and the answer to that is yes but I think today the JBS in other situations show this it makes no difference whether you have a stay at home water or not on that if you're if people are getting infected and not able to come to work meaning you could not have one on it which she'll shut it down so the way it impacts me as is that I think day to day is what I keep telling people we need to find out what things are working how can we do this and again I don't know yet on antibody testing I think we but talked about this jam certainly has that the drawbacks of antibody testing need to be taken into account with the great potential promise of that so we're looking long term about what it will take but I'm looking with this team with best practices of saying is there a way because I've from the very first day this thing started and people are talking about shelter home and we're talking about eighteen months I said it's not feasible to shelter in place everybody for eighteen months it is just not sustainable it's not sustainable economically it's not sustainable health wise and it's not sustainable psychologically so we're trying to strike that balance I would think Minnesotans again I get a report on social distancing and things that are happening we opened up a lot of activities for outdoor activities over the weekend and almost no complaints people were were it hearing to them now obviously they'll be a bit of a lag time if people are are gathering too closely or we're getting spread of the disease so we're looking at it both triaging short term but then thinking like these businesses are what does resumption of state business look like until we have a vaccine if.

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JBS shuts down Minnesota pork plant hit by COVID-19 outbreak

Donna and Steve

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

JBS shuts down Minnesota pork plant hit by COVID-19 outbreak

"NG B. S. is closing its Worthington Minnesota pork production facility indefinitely amid a covert nineteen outbreak in the facility which employs more than two thousand people and processes twenty thousand hogs per day Minnesota health officials said that more than two dozen employees of the GBS pork processing plant have tested positive for covert nineteen the Minnesota department of health said at least thirty four other cover nineteen cases have been confirmed in the Worthington area with that number expected to

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Smithfield to Close More Pork Plants

America's Truckin' Network

02:51 min | 9 months ago

Smithfield to Close More Pork Plants

"People are trying to get the latest news apparently so again sunny produces with this news please do not panic because the headline is Smithfield foods they of course shuttered one of the big pork plants a few days ago they have now shuttered two more word processing plants or will do so here in the next day or so just a few days after announcing they will close their shoe falls plant one of the nation's largest because a number of employees were testing positive for the virus officials said the Missouri facility was forced to close because they could only operate by getting pork supplies from the South Dakota plains our country is blessed with abundant livestock supplies but the processing facilities are kind of a bottleneck in the food chain and for the security of our nation I can't understate how critical it is for our industry to continue to operate on a bigoted concern is been mounting about the possibility of now the outbreak could meet facilities according to one source also the closures are expected to cut meat supplies even further for grocers and again drop more business for the farmers around the country right now beef chicken and pork plants have been closing because of workers contracting the virus or in some cases just stay in front of home from work because they they don't want to get the virus they're scared now to keep workers motivated to processing companies like Smithfield Tyson foods Cargill JBS holdings I have all offered bonuses while promising to promote the social distancing thing at work and that's where the agriculture secretary I guess after that announcement just let me assure the American people we have plenty of food in this country the the bare store shelves that you may see in some cities it is a demand issue not a supply issue it's taken us a few days for food companies to address that kind of a misalignment in distribution as restaurants close in more food is being sold through the grocery stores obviously of course the Sunday shut down of the of the Smithfield pork processing facility got attention and fresh attention voted disruptions in food supplies yeah shoppers at times as you've noticed probably yourself of experience shortages of varying staples such as eggs milk and toilet paper

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State Closes JBS Meatpacking Plant For At Least Two Weeks While Workers Are Tested For COVID-19

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

01:00 min | 9 months ago

State Closes JBS Meatpacking Plant For At Least Two Weeks While Workers Are Tested For COVID-19

"The colon would all of the national cattlemen's beef association talked about the beef packing plant closures that have been announced this week let me quote a little bit of what he said the cattlemen's association concerned about the closure of the JBS owned beef packing plant in Greeley Colorado the company reports the plant is closing for a two week period after several employees fell ill but the one thing that I want to stress again currently there is no shortage of beef and consumers can continue to be confident about the safety of the wholesomeness of the products they are proof that purchasing during the crisis there is no evidence that Colbert nineteen canned be transmitted by food or food packaging however it is always important to follow good hygiene practices when handling or preparing

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"jbs" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"jbs" Discussed on KTOK

"We go yes I know otherwise known as east we think of this as the front door and lex's with **** home life here it is Corey is with well preserved advisory group JBS war is with issue okay see answering Faulconer leopards and we have people that want to guess the plant of the week very good so I understand James is first hello James Europe one thousand Katie okay well good morning I think you're looking for a red oak it does work about that but it sounds like a good yeah it's a type of read a year to get more specific he's a giveaway to match because he told those were well I'm a I don't have a clue so I'll leave it to someone smarter than me actually we are we think you're pretty smart because your listing thank you so much thanks have a great week happy thanksgiving a reddit said bristles yeah you know to read it okay okay Malina wants to get high billion euro one thousand Katie okay thank you one show specially today I actually believe it or not just got my master gardeners license license certificate sorry and and I don't certification thank you very much Jamie and you are you are just my idol and I have a question for you if you have time home and but in the meantime I would like to yes I've got a yard full of oaks and I really don't know what any of them are but I'm gonna guess at ten OO because you said it wasn't it tree for a long time and I know that towns planted millions of ten oaks in the sixties and seventies no you know it's it at Penn oaks in we are west of I thirty five because our alkaline soil pen it's almost always get grosses so this with this was like the it tree when I was in school so because it could be both sides yes because you can actually exact retorts.

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"jbs" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jbs" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Nine only on JBS for more information call eight three three my G. B. S. TV that's eight three three nine G. B. S. T. V. W. what war weather channel forecast looks pretty good rest of the week it's gonna stay fairly mild we'll see mainly clear skies tonight lows in the low sixties clouds increase on Thursday a very slight chance of a few late day showers mostly dry though highs in the low eighties and sunny on Friday cooler mid seventies the weekend partly sunny highs in the upper seventies lows in the sixties I'm meteorologist mark Thibodeau from the weather channel on seven ten W. Walmart Wall Street today the Dow up one sixty three the nasdaq climbed eighty four and the S. and P. up eighteen points thanks news at five thirty breaking news at one star today would lend Berman and Michael real in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning I'm Jeff McKinney seven ten W. well worn NBC news radio station seventy seven degrees at five oh six. you wouldn't think about the green new deal as a kind of organizing concept set of principles I like it a lot if these two issues are in fact one issue if there is a relationship between this complaint in this issue you have not only this illicit conduct by the president I'd states you also have the added element of a cover up everybody looked at this.

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"jbs" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"jbs" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Across the country states JBS the Jewish broadcasting service a window into Israel and Jewish life today JBS free of charge on spectrum channel two nineteen and files channel seven nineteen and receive a free JBS music DVD when you visit again JBS dot com that debt JBS dot com watch JBS celebrating all things Jewish Zachary in health provides expert cancer treatment right here in New Jersey our surgeons are skilled in the most advanced in minimally invasive surgical techniques including robotics to ensure quicker recovery less pain and best possible outcomes as part of the most comprehensive healthcare network in New Jersey we're not just at the forefront of cancer we're pioneering the possible to learn more visit Hackensack meridian health dot org slash cancer I can check ready in health part of the memorial Sloan Kettering Hackensack meridian health partnership thanks for calling one eight hundred got junk this is Serra how can I help the end of summer is a time of transition playtime is over it's back to school back to work back to making progress it is true that one eight hundred got junk can make it spring time anytime sure we can do that we've cumulated a lot of junk we need to get rid of and your out of storage space out of patience and out of time right yes exactly right all you have to do is point I thought that was just as well is a full service junk removal company you don't need to lift a finger before we get there and you don't need to lift a finger after we get there except for my pointing finger right except for your pointing finger Sir can you get here we work until midnight seven days a week and we can be there in ninety minutes zero all you have to do are you ready call one eight hundred John got John.

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"jbs" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jbs" Discussed on 710 WOR

"That debt JBS dot com watch JBS celebrating all things Jewish see more more in the way of sunshine I think that trend continues as we go through the day sunshine maybe a little cloud eighty one low humidity very nice tonight clear sixty eight now lying areas a little cooler Thursday sunny with a high before currently sixty nine degrees W. a Y. and sports all while win for the Yankees a beat the twins fourteen to twelve in ten innings the Mets over the Padres five to two Len Berman has more sports at eight fifteen that's our news our next update at eight thirty breaking news at once I'm Joe Bartlett on seven ten W. a warrant NBC news radio station Michael read only in the morning on seven W. good morning everybody if you're just joining us our big three headlines well we're only twenty five minutes away from the start of the mall hearings land can't wait he thinks this is gonna be a one that gets the president and brings down the hall is gonna go Rogan said this man obstructed justice this man should be removed from he's not gonna say I'll tell you who is all on him just as the president he has been on a tweet storm old forty watt railing at windmills all morning long now that I wouldn't holler windmills I'll read just so we'll get to that in a moment also in the big three well good news the Senate passed the first responders bill trump will sign it on Friday and at that time our first responders get the money that they deserve and rounding out the big three great story in the New York Post today and I got a hold of the new curriculum from Richard Carranza the head of education here and the big thing they want to teach in schools now now reading not science.

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"jbs" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"jbs" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A free JBS music DVD when you visit JBS dot com that debt JBS dot com watch JBS celebrating all things Jewish W. R. weather channel forecast expects sunshine on this fourth of July the high today you're eighty eight clouds will move in this evening but in the isolated showers and thunderstorms to develop late with a low seventy clouding cooler tomorrow than occasional shower storm in a high of eighty three and scattered showers and thunderstorms during the weekend a size at the low to mid eighties I'm meteorologist Jeff mark this report brought to you by the T. J. Martell foundation TJ Martel foundation music's promise for Q. or to learn more visit TJ Martel dot org that's T. J. Martell dot org now Wall Street is closed today obviously for the fourth of July holiday but yesterday they were all time highs reached across the board the Dow up one seventy nine yesterday twenty six thousand nine sixty six the nasdaq climbed about sixty one points in a closed out at eighty one seventy and the S. and P. closed at a twenty nine ninety five after tacking on about twenty three points next news at three thirty breaking news at one star today but Len Berman and Michael real in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning I'm Jeff McKinney seven ten W. O. R. an NBC news radio station we have eighty eight degrees it's three OO six you think that the president will be impeached or at least proceedings will begin in the house at some point but just not right now yes exactly what I feel because when you see what they say oh I didn't know I didn't know it was wrong.

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JBS sued by Kentucky woman over ground beef in salmonella recall

News, Traffic and Weather

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

JBS sued by Kentucky woman over ground beef in salmonella recall

"News. The State Department of health is warning people about ground beef linked to a nationwide salmonella outbreak because it was sold here in Washington, no cases in our state have been reported, but the ground beef produced by j b s Tulleson in Arizona was sold at sprouts farmers market in mill creek, the company's recalling six point five million pounds of beef products after fifty seven people in sixteen states were affected with salmonella. The beef was produced between July and September. It's marked with the establishment number ES t two six seven in the USDA

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U.S. arm of JBS recalls 6.5 million pounds of beef on salmonella risk

24 Hour News

00:0-29 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. arm of JBS recalls 6.5 million pounds of beef on salmonella risk