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Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules
"Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off.
"janice hahn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"H d to Los Angeles Orange County live everywhere on the younger radio ass. Look down at the Capitol. I'm Amy King live from the key. If I 24 hour news from a rehearsal of Joe Biden's inauguration has been called off, and participants were evacuated from the West front of the Capitol, The Capitol complex was put into lockdown. As it turns out, it was because of a fire at a homeless encampment blocks away. Walk through that included a military band. Ah, the participants were told to get inside and head to a secure location. People involved in the rehearsal, said. Security officials yelled. This is not a drill. 25,000 National Guard troops have been called to Washington D. C to patrol Joe Biden's inauguration. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says federal investigators of vetting those troops continually Going through the process and look taking 2nd 3rd looks at every one of the individuals assigned to this operation. Officials say they're concerned some law enforcement and military members could be sympathetic to the views of those who stormed the U. S Capitol earlier this month to L. A county supervisors say the county needs to get working to expand vaccine access for seniors. The county is mostly vaccinating first responders and health care workers now. But supervisors Janice Hahn and Katherine Barker's say the state's recommendation is to vaccinate all people 65 older and that makes sense because those people make up more than 70% of covert 19 deaths. Orange County has already started vaccinating seniors. But there are issues with limited supplies. L A county has lifted environmental regulations on cremation because so many people are dying of covert 19 air quality. Regular regulators normally limit how many people could be cremated a month because of the fumes released into the air. But with the county's death rate doubled, regulators say cremation.
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"A county supervisor Janice Hahn, says she's looking into reports of Cove in 19 vaccine Waste King If I news has received information that unused doses of the vaccine may have been thrown away because of their short shelf life. For those who are scheduled to be inoculated didn't show up at the end of the day when you have unused doses. Don't throw them away, Start calling people who can be there in 30 minutes and get it in their arm haunted. She wants a waiting list for surplus vaccines, especially for people 65 older, she says. It's also unfortunate that the county's only administered half of the allotted doses from the state Steve Gregory Ko Phi News High School team in Fullerton, has joined about 140 other schools, sports teams asking for the state to let them play ball. 40 states have proven that student athletes can return to the field to play their sport of choice and they can do it safe. Plate, and we're asking California government to allow our Children to do the same thing. Troy Hi University basketball coach. Varsity basketball coach Jason Jamison says the Let them play rally will start late this afternoon across the state, he says student athletes have been traveling out of state to play anyway. Jamison says. A lot of his players are struggling in school and tell him there's just no point to anything without sports. A new mental health campus in Orange County has a place for people to sober up in a place for others to calm down. That's open to everyone in the county, whether you have insurance or not, Supervisor Lisa Bartlett says the brightly decorated 93 bed facility has urgent care for people having a mental health crisis. The ers and the jails are not conducive to someone with a mental health condition. Supervisor Don Wagner says that as the county's first sobering station and offers long and short term treatment Gives them someone to talk to. It.
"janice hahn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Been happening is they'll open up vials of vaccine expecting people who are scheduled to come and then people don't show up. Now, what do you do? We know these things have to be kept under the precise conditions And so some places were throwing them away. Although apparently a clinic in Inglewood didn't do that. Instead of throwing them away. They gave them to people who weren't yet under the criteria to get vaccinated and found themselves the subject of TMZ story so you can't win. If you throw him away your terrible in the county's mad at you for wasting precious vaccines, But if you think on your feet and get him into somebody's arm There are 11 at your door and think of this that there are many places Disneyland where you wait for a spot to open up. You know, for example, you have a reservation. Or you can't get a reservation for weeks at a restaurant. Put me on the reservation list High Ex canceled out. Can you come in tomorrow afternoon? We have that, uh, that should be on the website or that should be part of reservation And we can't get you in until March. But give us your number. And then you start going down the list. Can you be there in half an hour can so there, But again, it's all planning. It all has to do with planning of which there is none. Yeah, Even you know, this is a Lake County on L. A county criticism going on, Supervisor Janice Hahn said, really upset because we asked the county Long back in September to put together a comprehensive rollout plan and they really didn't do it. And also I mean the way the the vaccine has to be defrosted. On put for X number of hours. Well, I mean, I've got one word for you Microwaves. Microwave oven. You put it in. You put it on number three defrost for 45 seconds And there it is Ready to plot. You know, you have to wait a couple seconds because it keeps on cooking, And the instructions are always.
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"You come in based on your tear. And you go through the whole process of most of them are being you know, administered in the hospital's. That's why, if you remember early on, we were hearing rumors that you know friends of friends were getting it. That's why they were getting it in the beginnings because the hospital workers that didn't want it or didn't show up. They had, like four doses, so they're like, Hey, you come over here. You know, they should do that. And they call friend of a friend. Hey, yeah, We're gonna have three extra doses Come over. Don't tell anybody. Well, that's because they That's for this very reason because they had Had put out the doses that they needed for that day's inoculations. And not everyone showed up for whatever reason. So now well, now he's one of my sources. Barbara Ferrer. No, this is someone that is going to give me some intel is to something else. We're going to talk about here in a second. Okay, but S so That's partly what's going on. Here s O. I did talk to Janice Hahn today because I know that she is. She's now been vocalizing her displeasure with this when she found out because she didn't know that this was what was going on. So her initial plan in cut a is this You should have a wait list of people. I'm suggesting 65 older who would be able to make it to that site. You know, within an hour or so on guy. I think that would prevent any possible uh, you know, Throwing away at these does is, I think the public would be so angry if they found out that anybody was throwing away. Uh, doses of this precious vaccine, which, by the way, we already don't have enough of So I want to get to the point where we have 100% of the vaccines that have been allotted to L, a county we have gotten in somebody's arm. He issues that she just said there toward the end that we don't already have enough of and I want to get 100% into the arms of people. There's a reason for that. And we'll talk about it after the break, Okay, Look at that. You called for the brown. I'll stay for that. I think I will, too. I see you got us both. Look alright. John and Ken show. Okay. If I Deborah Marquez, a car slammed into a fire hydrant.
"janice hahn" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Covert variant probably isn't the on Lee one in the county with this strain as we hear from Jeff Paul, they say, because he didn't travel. They don't believe this is an isolated case, meaning there's likely more people walking around with this same new variant. First U. S case was in Colorado, where they now report a likely second case as they investigate both. There are National Guard members who worked at the same assistant living facility. Health officials say the cases, though, may have been acquired before the two arrived at the care center. And they say there's no evidence that variant is in the facility. The governor requested a temporary pause on all nursing home visitation so residents and staff could be vaccinated. And scientists say a lack of travel history in the cases means the new variant may have arrived from British travelers over the past two months. The nation's top infectious disease expert says the U. S is playing catch up when it comes to the vaccination schedule. Dr Anthony Fauci says there will always be hiccups when vaccinating an entire country. And he says, getting the entire country vaccinated is a group effort. You can't do it all alone. You have to have a very active participation. The states and local authority and the local public health people to get this done. You absolutely need that. He says He's optimistic for the new year and says it will hopefully be a time for the country to put the pandemic behind us. Los Angeles County supervisor wants to Sandia Base Navy hospital ship to come to their area because of the rising covert cases and overcrowded hospitals. Supervisor Janice Hahn says she's requested Governor Newsome work to get the Navy Mercy Hospital ship along with Army National Guard medical personnel to the Los Angeles area. Year of lockdowns has increased anxiety, stress and loneliness and millions.
"janice hahn" Discussed on KCRW
"Spreads more easily, Californian shouldn't be worried that it will result in more infectious or more deaths. It's normal. All of my Californian friends and I have many, They should realize that this is an RNA virus. In other words, the makeup of it is already a already viruses. They make a living out of mutating. The new strain has not been detected yet in L. A county, according to the county's public health director, Barbara Ferrer. This doesn't mean that the variant is not circulating in L, a county. We have thousands and thousands of people getting tested every day. And we're just able to sample a small number of those The first case of the new coping very into the U. S was confirmed earlier this week in Colorado. Coronavirus surgeon L. A has gotten bad enough that there's talk of bringing back the U. S. Navy ship Mercy to the county Supervisor Janice Hahn says she's asked Governor Gavin Newsom descend the hospital ship as well as Army National Guard medical personnel to the county due to the surge. If you remember from back in the spring, the 1000 bed Mercy ship arrived at the port of L A and march to provide relief for hospitals that were preparing for unanticipated surge. At that time. The vessel was not brought to treat Coben patients but to handle other care needs and free up hospital beds on says Bring it back would support exhausted health care workers. L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti is trying to get the message out. And he says the negative coping 19 test is not a passport to party this New Year's Eve, the city will be enforcing public health rules that prohibit large gatherings, which can turn into super spreader events. We will be out there in force on New Year's Eve. LAPD will have a significant deployment patrolling the city to stop large gatherings and parties so we can stop the spread of this virus and so that we can save lives..
Los Angeles County Supervisor Sets Aside $330,000 For Restaurant Funding
"Has an interesting fix to help some local restaurants and residents. Amid the Corona virus pandemic, Janice Hahn announced today more than $300,000 will be distributed to nearly a dozen non profit organizations whose groups will that use those funds to buy gift cards from small eateries. Had those out to local families. Indeed, the money will be distributed to nonprofits and Hans District, which stretches along the coast from Marina del Rey to the South Bay and inland to Whittier. Han says the program was designed to get food on families tables while supporting struggling restaurants. When George Gascogne
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"S Congress to the Board of Supervisors, I thought it was going to be a complete disaster because it's Janice Hahn. But I have to stop and give her credit. And I've been tough on her in the past. So that's where this is coming from. She has been nothing short of magnificent through this entire process. And if you live in that district if you live in Manhattan Beach, if you live in San Pedro, you live in that part of L. A county Long beach. You should send her a note and thank her because she is one of the two voices of reason on that board. And she's asking all the right questions. She's voting the right way, and she's holding their feet to the fire. And in fact, you notice something, and I have to listen to a lot of these Board of Supervisors meetings now, because for some reason, I tasked myself the job of listening to every press conference covert related in every level of government. Catherine Barker and Janice Hahn. Both reiterate something and you could tell from the way they talk. They're voicing the concerns of their constituents. The other three are voicing the concerns of their consultants. That's right. Let's listen to Janice Hahn asking the fake doctor why they were pushing restaurants in compliance, punishing restaurants rather in compliance with health orders. In the press conference yesterday, Dr Frye thank you presented data that said nearly 20% of restaurants have been found not to be correctly following health guidelines like properly distancing tables from one another. And out of all the industries. We have the most control of our restaurants because we have ability to pull their permits. Wouldn't it make more sense to target the restaurant's not following the rules and shut those down as opposed to Uh, prohibiting all outdoor dining. Um, I think you know that that's always a possibility I want Oh, just be realistic that there there's I think 31,000 restaurants, you know, like county and our team as hard as they're working. On average gets to about 300 a week and again inspecting other places and responding to complaints that car, other sectors as well. Which means that there may be a lot of places that aren't slowing Uncle clients and creating our risk. Than anyone of us would like to have what you mean that you can understand the the suggestion from the restaurants who are saying 20% are bad actors. That means 80% of them are following the rules following the protocols have gone to great lengths to kind of, you know, invest in new infrastructures to allow for safe outdoor dining when it be a more strategic targeted way. Um, to address these surges by just shutting down those who are in compliance. I think that would be the case if there wasn't The sort of enhanced risk inherent In the activity that's happening at the restaurant. I mean, even if they're in compliance in full compliance, which is obviously so much better than that compliance. Because all of the people all of the customers are not wearing that face coverings while they're eating and drinking. There just is, ah lot of increased risk in those settings. And here's another good point that Janice Hahn brought up. What about these private parties? We hear about these air being bees for people rent these homes in the Hollywood hills and they have 9000. People show up And we've seen the pictures from the news helicopters for people are dancing in the backyard. They're dancing on the balconies. They're playing music. What about those parties? And what would you say to those people who say we are message so far has been wineries, Breweries, restaurants have been complying with safety protocols. It's the backyard parties and gatherings and Dodger celebrations that have Have made the surge happen, and we're just the easy way out is to sort of shut down outdoor dining because we can't shut down people's patios. Yeah, It's such a good question, And I know I'm well aware of the frustration here. I think for us, it's we have to do both. Way have to look at every single place where there's an opportunity to get back. Some control and part of this is because there's such a speak acceleration, Casey I think the time for us to have looked at You know, you know, perhaps taking different steps. Would have been, you know, Well before we hit the threshold, our problem is we, As you noted, jumped from 2000 cases for 3000 cases, then to 4000 cases and now You know, we're at 4500 cases in about 2.5 weeks, something that really none of us had anticipated, given how well we've done is accounting with messaging upto because E here. Um, but I think the frustration is, of course, you know, just even falling out with Dr Davis said. There's just we just can't say for certain where people are getting infected, how they're affecting others. We do know that it's obviously rich. Skate to be in an activity that you don't have your mask on. But again, the safety protocols investment that these restaurants have put. It just is why they're just, you know. They're just really angry and don't feel like we're making decisions that actually are reducing cases. That's a great point. And it's also a disingenuous answer because yesterday, Randy, the fake doctor also said that one of the things that would be permitted under her mandatory stay at home order would be pro testing. So she's unwilling to shut that down. But she's willing to go after restaurants and the reason that she's going after restaurants is because they have permits and they can punish them through code enforcement. Yeah, there's nothing they can do about private gatherings or Lakers Dodger celebrations in the middle of the street, and, in fact, you know you can't tie this to restaurants because we haven't reopened any restaurants in the last two or three weeks. The spike is directly related to people dancing in the streets for the Lakers for the Dodgers, and for Joe Biden has Nothing to do with outdoor dining, which has been a thing in L. A county since July, so there's nowhere to point for this, but they need a scapegoat for something. So it looks like they're doing something. Here's another good point. Why our retail shops allowed to be open but not restaurants Cut. Three last week You announce it. When we hit the hour to 4500 cases per day, it would trigger a safer at home order on blast week. That would mean on Lee, allowing non essential workers to leave their homes for essential activities. But after listening to your presentation On this new and improved safer at home order. Um, you've dramatically reduced the severity of that initial proposal that you made to us last week. Nonessential businesses will be very much open gyms will be open. Outdoor zoos will be open hair salons, mini.
"janice hahn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In the rest of the restaurant industry in L, a county Like any other county in the state, and maybe any other county in the country. Restaurants closed outdoor dining starting at 10 o'clock tomorrow night. Barbara Ferrer broke the news over the weekend jumped the gun. If you ask the The chair in the L. A county supervisors, Katherine Barker, and she and fellow board member Janice Hahn were against this closure, but Three other supervisors were for it. They agreed with Barbara Ferrer and chronicling the whole day has been christened Carlo CAF. I news. We'll get into the details. Yeah, a lot of joy and chronicling the day. Let's let's start with the after mention supervisor Janice Hahn, and I just want to play this interaction between her and Barbara Ferrer because it was interesting to see the evolution of Supervisor Han on this issue because it seemed as though she was in favor of the order and then turned against the order and was far more outspoken at today's meeting, at least in my opinion, then was Supervisor Katherine Barker, who we heard Ah lot from yesterday on this. S Oh, here she is talking to, um, to Dr Ferrer about why the decision was made around restaurants. Forgive me. This is a little bit scratchy because the sound sucks. And it is also a little bit long. So just stop me if you get bored or not wearing their face. And what would you say to those people who say we are message so far has been wineries, Breweries, restaurants have been complying with safety protocols. It's the backyard parties and gatherings and Dodgers celebrations that have Have made this surge happen, and we're just the easy way out is to sort of shut down outdoor dying because we can't shut down people's patios. Yeah, It's such a good question, And I know I'm well aware of the frustration here. I think for us, it's we have to do both way have to do both. So what she's saying is, except they can't through the patios. Exactly. And that's you Just heard that from Mayor Tourney Act, you know the very similar sentiment, which is There is a lever that they can pull here, which is pulling a restaurant license in violation. Whatever they can't go to your house and pull your deed and say, Well, uh, Here's what's gonna happen. People are gonna get together on Thanksgiving anyway. And the case is air likely to go up. They're going to keep punishing the restaurants. When one of next week it Whatever happens, it's going to be from the private gatherings because there's no more outdoor dining. But then there and keep the restaurant's closed anyway, even though they'll be 0% of the total. I mean, it's crazy. The response to that, and there's another cut. I'm not gonna play because it's just too long from Dr Montu Davis. And it was another question that was posed by again. Supervisor Han kind of playing the role of the questioner today and she asked, you know basically that like why why specifically restaurants beyond just the fact that people as we heard are going to get together in homes and in backyards. And he again pointed to that. That study from the CDC, which showed according to him, that people it was 10 States 11 different health departments on Git was a peer reviewed study from over the summer time that essentially said. Two times the number of people who ended up reporting positive for covert. They were two times more likely to say that they had been to a restaurant, then other places in this fear of the public realm, and that's churches, gyms and parks and, you know, shop your or after a restaurant, and that's the that's. The catch is that we don't have a differential there. A lot of states opened indoor dining, too, especially in the summer. Yeah. Exactly right, and The challenge here. Again. You know, we talked about this earlier. The challenge here and you heard it from Toranaga's well is just kind of walking, as they say, over and over again throughout this pandemic that tightrope and when you look at outdoor dining Part of the reason we're seeing something different. Pasadena versus what we're seeing in L. A county is that Pasadena's a much more manageable jurisdiction. You're only talking about one city. You're only talking about a few neighborhoods, whereas with l, a county you're talking about, you know, again, a county that's bigger than 38. States that stretches from the desert to the sea Mountains, two valleys, whatever you get the drift. And so because of that the question was posed to Dr Ferrer. Well, why don't we just step up enforcement? Why don't we just make sure that these outdoor dining areas are set up the way they need to be set up in order to eliminate the possibility of community spread, and her response was well, we've got you know, thousands of restaurants in this county. That is so big. And we can only hit a certain number per week. And I think the number, she said, was somewhere in the neighborhood vote of about 300. So that stepped up enforcement just practically realistically would not be possible, which is part of what she's used to justify the order six sheets because she is not capable of enforcing her rules. She shutting everyone down. Not just enforcing, but but also in her words, educating so making sure that the I've been so many restaurants on the West side. Everybody is doing everything. Can't do anything more than they're doing. Don't know where she She's looking Not on that side of town, and I've got Break out for the ZIP code I live in Most days this year, there's been 01, or two cases a day. He's not even a significant virus. In the area where I live, and the restaurants are going out of their minds, trying to keep everything sanitary. There's just there's just zero evidence that this is necessary. And that was the line that was presented by Katherine Barker and and by Janice Hahn today, But ultimately, the other three supervisors decided to keep in line with what the public Health Department had ordered and was recommending. And you know, there's there is a lot of haziness as that. Just how far the board can go again. Like I had people from the board telling me that they could not overturn The order from the public Health Department. But there were also examples of that having happened already in Riverside County. For example, Over the summer time there was a massive meeting. It was like an eight hour meeting, and it ended with the Board of Supervisors voting unanimously to rescind a public health order that had been put up regarding schools so I'm not sure if this is a county by county thing, or if this is a state thing or how it should be..
"janice hahn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A couple of ballot measures in California are too close to call as votes are still being counted. The latest ballot measures result projected by the AP is no On prop 15. That measure would have allowed tax increases on commercial and industrial properties. Results are still out on prop 14 to fund to stem cell research and prop 19 to change property tax rolls for wildfires and family wealth. Transfer's almost a dozen counties in California have moved into a more restrictive tear in this state system to reopen the economy For the first time since the color coded tears were introduced in August. None of California's 58 counties advanced this week into a less restrictive category. California Health and Human Services secretary Sorry. Dr Mark Galley, says many counties air seeing higher Covad 19 cases. Not necessarily the highest they've ever seen, but certainly compared to the lows we've been experiencing over the past couple months. L. A Riverside and San Bernardino among the 13 counties in California, there in the purple tear, and that's the most restrictive on Lee. Six counties in California are in the least restrictive tear, which is yellow schools in L. A county have been singled out as possible. Covert 19 vaccination sites. Supervisor Janice Hahn says the nation will be faced with one of the largest vaccination attempts ever. I think it's critical that we get plans in place with our schools and other trusted community partners. Han says The idea of using schools was brought up to her. By ELLIE School Superintendent Austin Buechner. As she says schools were once used to administer the polio vaccine. Officials in Anaheim have concerns that you furloughs at Disneyland will eventually turn into layoffs. City spokesman Mike Lister says the state's reopening guidelines could keep the park closed until next year. We don't believe this is a choice between public health in the economy. We believe there is a third way in which the theme parks could open with substantial safeguards and protocols. He says The first round of furloughs resulted in thousands of layoffs. Disneyland announced its latest furloughs this week to an unknown number of staff and executives way have a crash.
"janice hahn" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Let's listen to what brainchild Janice Hahn had to say This is about the new regulations with breweries where breweries Khun Reopen in L. A County. But you have to make a reservation within 24 hours, and I'll start with the breweries, which we never we allowed. We aligned ourselves with the state. And allowed them to reopen as long as they had a third party of food. Um fender. There has been some concerns about us putting a little bit stricter requirements in terms of reservations on the state does and we're asking for a 24 hour reservation 24 hours ahead. And when you would go making a reservation with the brewery or the winery And I just wanted to know what if you could explain the reasoning behind requiring reservations 24 hours in advance. Is this about contact Tracing is it's about limiting the number of people that go to this. Um, Brewery just kind of want to know what the thinking is behind it so we can test that message him. Sure, thanks So much supervisor, So I just want to know that the motion did call for us to look at, you know, including reservations, along with You know, a set of other requirements for us to be able to put in place. Andi, I think you're absolutely right that the reason that reservations are helpful is It does allow for making sure that we not know everybody who's there and have some contact information in case we would need to contact people if there were cases identified its sights. I know our emotional to talk about aligning with the state and I'm by. Maybe you could also tell us what the state requires in terms of reservations. Do they suggest it do they require it Was the state exactly say about this? Wei have Tio I would have to go. And look, uh, the state guidance because I don't have it. I don't have it in front of me, and I don't work for called. I mean, a lot of what they do is make recommendations as opposed to requirements. I don't know Dr Davis. I don't think either of us were called Exactly what they're recommending. I don't think they're requiring reservations. I think we were again, you know, anxious with emotions to put in place the additional safety measures. Which I think are appropriate and because we don't require 24 hour reservations at restaurants, correct. And it's kind of the same thing. Right outdoor eating and drinking. No, we require. We don't require reservations at restaurants. Okay. Do you have any idea how doomed we all are Based on that interaction? Janice Hahn not only just outsmarted the fake doctor She ran laps around the fake doctor. Hang on one second. Let me go! Look at the thermostat the house! Hang on, Entertain yourselves. Okay. The thermostat in my house is set to 78, which is higher than Janice Hans. And that woman just outsmarted the fake doctor. The person who is in charge of all of our livelihood is in the county of Los Angeles. We're doomed. Oh, my God. Turn out the lights. Let's take a look at the roads. BBC. Dependable traffic sponsored by state or brothers. Lesion Park Stop and Go on the 1 10 South bound between Sunset and Third Street, Linwood stop and go Traffic on the 105 eastbound between the 7 10 and Lakewood Boulevard Sweepers air scheduled in the area, Norwalk a stop and go on the five North bound between Nowalk Boulevard and Bandini Boulevard. Baal is in full swing stop by state of brothers markets for their fall. Apple Sale Choose from Granny Smith Gala smitten and small, red. Delicious on sale Now for just 99 cents a pound. And don't forget the pumpkins, Stater Brothers markets helping you celebrate fall. That's dependable traffic. I'm Kevin Trap on Am 7 90 K. ABC. Hey, it's Randy. And listen right there. The clock is ticking. I know there's a lot going on in your heads about to explode because of the fake doctor. But if you've been in an accident recently, you need to act right now before time runs out. If you've been hurt in any kind of an accident, listen.
"janice hahn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"News Brought to you by sweet James Bergner L. A county has started looking for potential alternative learning sites for students Welcome. Offices are closed during the Cove in 19 pandemic. Supervisor Janice Hahn has asked that parks and libraries be considered for students most in need. It is imperative that we in the county partner with our school district's to make sure that this 2020 21 school year is not a lost year. Han says. Such sites offer access to technology and WiFi and some supervision. She says Parks have already proven that the concept can work because they safely hosted summer camps through the pandemic. Los Angeles Rams have warned fans the NFL will probably cancel preseason play that would make the Rams first game at Sophie. I Stadium, a Sunday night football match up with the Cowboys September 13th. If fans are led into the stadium, the seating capacity will be greatly reduced from 70,000 to 15,000 season tickets will be deferred to the next season. A new survey suggests that many Americans don't think the world will ever get back to the way it was pre covert 19. The survey commissioned by torch found that 75% of Americans believe life will never return to what it once wass Part of the reason for that is 59% of people surveyed admit they would be too afraid to go back to a shared workplace once they're able. Meanwhile, 36% have concerns they'll never be able to get back to the office without potentially putting themselves in their family in danger. Close to 75% of survey participants believe in handshakes are now a relic of the past, while another 45% think companies should start administering temperature checks before employees are allowed in the office. Gina grad KO Phi News from the Southern California Toyota Dealers Traffic Center. We make it easy. A crash in Whittier on the 605 South bound side of Washington Boulevard. Looks like this crash has just cleared out of lanes in traffic is back up to speed heading to.
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"Be speaking soon and there are a lot of people in downtown Los Angeles right now and we'll live we'll check in with us Steve Gregory shortly but lots of people in downtown LA at city hall and there's hundreds of cops on the I actually on the stairs right there city hall that we should all be joining frankly I'm to come again the kind of harm against the nine are black okay because I thought maybe I could give this weekend looking to be one where we were celebrating the reopening of our business okay I I think that it's it's sounds like Janice Hahn who is radically out of touch with everything going on in Los Angeles so we'll let her just speak about diet how she wished I were a more peaceful weekend what happened then we'd all be celebrating opening up salons and restaurants that sailed that ship has sailed miss Han all right now we do have Chris and Carlo he is out in Santa Monica where all the action is Chris man I don't know how you're doing it with all that tear gas Bob yeah I it it blocked it the drive in and out of your eyes then they get them but like all your cords around your eyes and then it just it's like that just our wall burning for a little while I'm in there there may be relief washed your ad in the paper of the build up this group of protesters and so when you come in off the ocean disclosure right and everyone it though it never once walking away from the protest that ended just everybody's got right I meanwhile as we are following the protesters and that they are walking down main street here in Santa Monica it was just a few minutes ago that we're in front of him out of the city hall then after that the in front of the courthouse you speak with a building and your products or smashing a window there kicking would have been kind of mule kick kicking backwards trying to rate the lower the lower windows and then picking up rocks and and trying to throw them in the garbage can lids and everything else and they were successfully broke a lot of windows but it didn't look like they got a good they started to migrate further up all right Hey Chris about the I I don't mean a rough year but are you anywhere near this fire that's burning in Santa Monica right now the police here the fire chief just pulled up in an S. U. V. and he's getting out but it looks like a major fire might be happening in Santa Monica right now I can't get the street let.
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"The addiction moratorium in LA county has been extended another thirty days renters will not be safe from eviction through the end of June although supervisor Sheila Kuehl was looking for a longer commitment having to come back every month we create amazing anxiety in an already anxious group of people but supervisor Janice Hahn says extending the moratorium a month at a time will allow the county to be more responsive are we opening our recovery it's really in flux the board also voted to exempt multinational publicly traded businesses from rental protections on says the protections are not meant to pad the bottom line of huge corporations Chris and Carla okay fine news this report brought to you by Mike diamond the smell good plumber LA county supervisors have approved an ordinance to give janitors maintenance workers security guards and hospitality industry workers dibs on being re hired if they were laid off during the covert nineteen crisis it's called the right of recall if you are workers are required employees with seniority will be given preference the top U. S. infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says covert nineteen vaccine test results might be ready by the late fall but that does not mean a vaccine will be available the idea of having treatments available or a vaccine to facilitate the reentry of students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far now she testified before the Senate via video call from his home he says schools that want to re open in the fall will have to rely on widespread testing rather than counting on a treatment or vaccine thought she also testified a second Copa ninety way this possible later this year but he says the government could be better prepared for it for map of all current cases in southern California you can check out our website K. by A. M. six forty dot com keyword cove it and a centuries old sport could be getting the E. could grow up because of the pandemic bullfighting had already been struggling to survive in recent decades with Spain being one of the few holdouts the covert nineteen pandemic has shuttered bowl things and canceled festivals Spain has begun lifting some restrictions but both fighting is not on the list and the season.
"janice hahn" Discussed on KCRW
"And free rides on all dash routes as well as reducing the maximum occupancy allowed on buses to ensure physical distance and it's another step in how we intend to keep our essential workers for protecting us protected as well but I support supervisor Janice Hahn's request that metro adopt this for metro riders as well at our next meeting and thank you for your leadership on that I want to thank again all of our transit staff who are doing such aerobic work we seen tragic stories of transit operators the bus drivers and rail operators who become sick and even some in other cities who have lost their life doing the most basic thing to make sure we as a city can continue to function additionally I'm announcing tonight that starting Monday all travelers at LA acts will be required to also wear face coverings the new requirement alliance with what many airlines are doing as well right now many airlines require passengers and flight crews wear face coverings on flights and these are steps that will help us all be safe we all know that this crisis is asked so much of us its assets to sacrifice it's caused us to suffer whether that's in economic terms or psychological terms we had to go above and beyond our usual routines and up and nearly every facet of our lives but that's not the case for the Angelenos on the front lines of our healthcare systems Dave had to go even further our nurses our doctors are medical technicians the folks to our receptionist at hospitals those who clean our hospitals and lab techs everybody have demonstrated the true face of courage and grace and determination in this crisis they continue to do what they do best with a train for years to do but in overdrive now under a new microscope in the most dangerous of times they care for the sick they treat our injuries and our illness and they prepare for the unexpected they reassure those who are afraid and uncertain about what this virus means and they save lives today is national nurses day part of a national nurse appreciation week that begins today and ends on may twelfth the birthdate of Florence Nightingale this morning I had the chance to deliver that same message I just shared with you with nurses at children's hospital and I can tell you in the stop that I've made at the hospitals at eight o'clock at night were I've gathered outside the emergency room with folks that are tired but committed and loving of all of us I want you to know how much it means to them that we say thank you to our nurses and all of their colleagues are gone by Kaiser at sunset and cedars Sinai white memorial and I'll be continuing to hit more hospitals as many nights as I can as you can see or have seen through our media city hall lit up blue and some of our main buildings it's every night that we say thank you and we know that you nurses don't ask for accolades you don't ask for recognition or praise we know that you believe in this long before this crisis it's who you are but your work is a source of healing and hope we can never do enough for our nurses and our colleagues we all know a nurse I want to thank Natasha for what she is doing the member of our family who works at cedars Sinai I want to thank each one of you to make sure that we are not only healthy but hopeful as well on this your day and your week as we enter a new phase of this response we can each do our part make sure as I said with these new freedoms that we will have these baby steps forward that we take on new responsibilities make sure that it works let's show the success collectively of what happens when we began to open the door just a crack and a little bit of light in I promised you at the beginning of this that and it was raining at the time if you remember just a few weeks ago there were storm clouds all around us but I saw rays of light breaking through those clouds today and this weekend will be the beginning of that a time for mother's day where we can send flowers to our mothers a moment where we can go out with somebody in our household maybe and take a walk in a park in Los Angeles but let's make sure we use our judgment let's make sure we adhere to the regulations and to the orders that are still before us and let us burn each step moving forward with the hope and the idea that there will be a safer more prosperous and a better future ahead for all of us so as I always say stay healthy stay safe and stay at home much love that much strength Los Angeles let's keep moving forward with that I'm happy to answer questions tonight thank you all right so what would your listening to special coverage from KCRW on Larry parole thanks for joining us on as you just heard LA mayor Eric Garcetti has announced the city will relax some of his safer at home orders it's the first time he's made any such claim over seven weeks so let's turn now to K. C. R. W.'s Benjamin Gottlieb he's been following the mayor's remarks and he joins us now hi Benjamin hello Larry so it looks like Friday is the day that some businesses that were considered non essential when this pandemic began will be allowed to re open in LA that's right Larry and we have been waiting for news from mayor Eric Garcetti for a while now remember at Gavin Newsom the governor of California made this announcement earlier this week that some businesses I will be able to re open across California but he left some some leeway for local jurisdictions to decide what they will do now the mayor had been kind of core you haven't said whether or not he would allow retail businesses for example to open for curbside pickup in Los Angeles we just got the word today right so let me go through the list of what's exactly re opening this is important so retail select retail for pick up only these are places like sporting good stores book stores music stores clothing stores and also Flores the mayor made sure to mention Flores of course we got mother's day Larry coming up this weekend so he made sure to mention that also car dealerships and he also said that guidance for businesses we'll be coming out in the coming days the governor mentioned Thursday and I'm sure the mayor and the county will have its their own guidelines coming out as well later this week also what's gonna be opening up in Los Angeles parks and golf courses will be re opening but the mayor stressing and life is not going back to normal these are very very and I should stress is again very small steps but some important steps to point out and you might be asking Larry wine now right any wise and they are making this announcement now let's take a listen to how he described that just moments ago this this is not some sort of green light to slack off and remember at the beginning of this when we issued our safer home orders we usually had the spaces open but we had to shut them down because people weren't practicing those safer requirements I think we all know them now much better so some of the safer requirements Larry of course physical distance saying if you're sick staying home if you're at high risk staying home and the places he's referring to are hiking trails in Los Angeles perhaps parks in Los Angeles things of that nature now I should point out there are some place it is right that won't be opened up soon so it's it's not everywhere but the mayor has a very prescribed less about what's happening in the days ahead Florida I understand some of those on hiking trails gonna be open on Saturday not on Friday yeah that's right again as I mentioned golf courses trail had some parts will be reopened Runyon canyon the popular hiking trail will remain closed and this is important to if you're gonna be out if you want to go ahead and and check out the trails this weekend the mayor announcing moments ago face coverings will be required on all city trails and on golf courses this is the has not been the case in other parts of southern California each county kinda has had its own rules you know for example taking the golf courses if you're playing on a riverside county you have to wear a facemask adventure you don't know there's no golf carts out in Ventura but there are golf carts out in riverside so different rules for different places and the reason that the mayor said that you have to wear face coverings on these trails is that while people might understand the the physical distance saying and what needs to happen on trails it's possible that you could still spread the virus right maybe don't see someone that you make that turn a corner you run into somebody and also the mayor pointing out sixty five and older you cannot go out on these on these trails pre existing conditions also recommending you don't leave your home to go hiking and this is not an excuse in there said for gatherings right those stuff safe non physical distancing rules still remaining in place that's the mayor said moments ago all right so basically he's saying be smart if you're gonna be out well you know he's been extremely cautious about opening the city again and this is the first news you've heard about the city coming back what did he say about the this process going forward well we didn't get much detail the mayor did stress as you mentioned we gotta be very cautious this is the first small step in the re opening of the city and the county that he did it kind of on unveiled this three risk level analysis that is that is that describe three steps basically they're gonna be looking at key indicators right so death rate hospital surge capacity and the mayor says if the data shows that we're going to quickly that we're taking too many steps backward and the mayor is prepared he said to take steps to start and kind of rain they said maybe laughter close parks down middle have to reduce that retail curbside pick up the mayor not I'm closing the door and that he's left left that open the second step in there say continue to have this phase return to the new save reality so again phase what beginning on Friday may eighth that that'll be the end of phase one beginning a phase two and then also he wants to track the status of these indicators right cell death rates possible surge capacity and all of that is available the mayor stressed on the city website this is corona virus that Ellie city dot org slash safe for LA so again not the beginning of the end but quoting Winston Churchill finally the big the end of the beginning but in but right right exactly yeah so hi this is now happening as the virus continues to spread and take the lives of Angelenos he says his decisions of you as you just mentioned a really guided by data so where are we today the mayor always gives an update on the status in Los Angeles at the city in Los Angeles county again sobering numbers today even as he announces these are very very small yet significant relaxing of the safer at home orders which I should point out is earlier than we anticipated right I mean this was supposed to lift on may fifteenth this is may eighth so it's a week early but the mayor did report eight hundred and fifty one new cases in LA county of covert nineteen bringing the total of people diagnosed you well over twenty eight thousand the three percent increase from the.
"janice hahn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Provide your Janice Hahn has introduced a motion instructing the registrar recorder to mail every voter in Los Angeles county a Balaton says she's concerned about what the pandemic will look like in November but I don't want people for a second to hesitate on casting their vote on says the registrar's office will come up with a plan for implementation let us know how you're going to do that's what it's going to cost you she says people will still be able to vote in person if they choose Chris and Carla okay if I knew president trump says the country has made great strides in the battle against covert nineteen nationwide to percent of tests that come back positive has declined very significantly last week roughly thirty eight percent of the test in New York will positive this week that number is down to twenty eight percent trump also said the rate of new infections in New York are down fifty percent compared to a week ago he also says the first at home testing kit for covert nineteen has just been approved by the FDA the news is brought you by sweet James Bergen are from out of all the current cases in so cal you can check out our website that's K. F. I. A. M. six forty dot com and the key word is corona virus from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy we have a crash on the one a one in Encino this one is a long of the southbound side coming up on Haskell they've just cleared it out of lanes and traffic is slow moving getting away from Balboa it's tough in Ontario we've got Mike o'brien with an update K. and find the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com hello there angel the uproar both work is that the culprit here is the sixty eastbound approaching haven at the fifteen interchange right near Ontario International you've got the two right lanes blocked the way the offramp third all close there at all have been all afternoon bumper to bumper now well through Euclid exit their pick of Philadelphia north of the freeway or the temple work for you the ten east value got signed up for the fifty seven at the Claremont and they want to get Ontario into Fontana a very tough drive at the Santa Ana canyon right now ninety one east bellow to get past April highway the first stretch very heavy to Green River and then again approaching the fifteen in the role that injured in an accident there's a triple one super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI in this guy KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I.
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"There so we are starting the Lopez fan band dance challenge if you could please shoot up fifteen second video of you and your family breaking it down to whatever song you want and send it to us at on with Mario dot com we'll put on the website will replay them on our social I will have a lot of fun because we've got something kind of cool brewing so have fun with it yeah and next after the dance contest will be doing a spelling contest which we will not be hosting more details more for next what do you makes it easy to bundle home and auto insurance and the whole bit hard work rotavirus what you need to know now people in LA county could get more help covering the rent the board of supervisors has moved forward on an emergency rental assistance program the tennis and it's also going there's a billion people in LA county yeah right the provider Janice Hahn says the program could be paid for with money from federal coronavirus emergency funding the program would provide as much as one thousand dollars a month to help people impacted by the pandemic pay rent seven crew members on the Naval Hospital ship docked at the port of LA had been diagnosed with COPD in nineteen they are being isolated off the ship the mercy got LA late last month it initially was only treating non covert nineteen patients the governor Newsom announced last week the ship was going to start taking on people from nursing homes who have or are suspected to have the virus that's the latest I'm Gina grad for more info visit our sister station KFI am six forty dot com listen for up to twelve chances every day the text and win one thousand dollars while we wait for life to get back to normal there are still some bills today think about how much.
L.A. County vote centers have long lines and many questions on Super Tuesday
"LA county supervisor Janice Hahn says she wants an investigation into the failures of electronic voting machines during the primary election I think we need to know from every aspect where the problems were are these kicks the ball certainly we have another huge election in November where we think that the turnout will be even larger on says well she experienced a very smooth voting experience she was troubled to learn people stood in line for hours and there seem to be no technical support to address problems as they
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"The state's clean air regulations the boycott suggested by county supervisor Sheila kewl and Janice Hahn mirrors one that'll be in and enacted by the state next month Cory the supervisors the county spends twenty million to thirty million dollars a year purchasing vehicles and director Clint Eastwood in Warner brothers may face a defamation lawsuit over the new film Richard Jewell the Atlanta journal constitution says the movie strongly suggests that its former reporter slept with an F. B. I. agents for information the paper's current editor says that is false the reporter Kathy Scruggs died in two thousand one the studio is standing by their movie Richard Jewell deals with the nineteen ninety six Atlanta Olympic bombing jul was a security guard who was initially suspected but who was later cleared the wheel bomber was later caught and convicted Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news and company pensions may soon be a thing of the past Phil Hewlett explain your report from consulting firm Mercer shows that almost two thirds of pension funds are considering dropping benefits to new workers in the next five years according to the report U. S. plans are in their worst shape in two years some companies like General Electric have offered buyout plans or frozen benefits about three months after surviving a near fatal car crash in Calabasas comedian Kevin Hart has become the newest on a read in the forecourt of the Chinese theatre in Hollywood the honor for heart comes days before the release of Jumanji the next level which reunites him with Dwayne the rock Johnson who was among those at this morning's hand and footprint ceremony talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. sports reserve in Toronto tomorrow Lakers are visiting lore Landau tomorrow.