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"jbs usa" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

07:36 min | 11 months ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"Didn't have time to pull back. He jumped up bit me in the face. eyelid off. Jeez louise what kelsey describes next is a horrific scene of blood in chaos as the ambulance was called in. She was rushed to the er after hours of waiting. She says she had to go to another hospital for surgery and miraculously They were able to successfully reattach it to make this oil. Worst kelsey was getting her lashes done for a birthday trip to hawaii. Which when this all went down. Fortunately she still got to go but with her left. I completely sewn shut. And she says the doctors told her it could take up to a year to fully heal kelsey. Still looking on the bright side do her one. Good i in quote. I'm so lucky he didn't grab onto my actual i because that could have been a thousand times worse. Yes yes that that is kinda kinda crazy in any sense so hope she makes a good recovery In other terrible news. We gotta cyberattack a cyberattack Which involves meat plants so his story all j. b. s. beefed plants in the. Us were shut it. On on tuesday which was and many of his port in poultry. Plants were affected according to a union and face propose for employees. Okay so basically. The has been a cyber attack on the world's largest meat processor forced to shut down the beef plants in the united states on tuesday. According to the union officials and disrupted production at poultry and pork plants attack could upset the nation's meat markets and raises new questions about the vulnerability of critical american businesses. The company j b es said the majority of its plants be open on wednesday. Sorry about the The the noise out there. That's the more psycho or the car. So i can't do nothing about this. Just bear with me Okay but even when one days disruption at jbs could quote significantly significantly impact wholesale beef prices according to announce his daily last report the breach at j. B s was a ransomware attack. Do white house said the second. Recent such attack to freeze up a critical. Us business operation last month arrest where attack on colonial pipeline which transports guests to nearly have the east coast trigger gas and jet fuel shortages in panic buying wow while s crazy Jbs which is based in brazil in accounts for one fifth of the daily us caddo harvest set in a statement late tuesday that it had made significant progress. Resolving the cyberattack our systems are coming back online at are not spying any resources to fight this threat. Andrei are no yeah. I'm not gonna butcher the last name. So so this on just andre. The chief executive of jbs usa said in a statement. The department of agriculture said tuesday that it was working with other producers to help minimize any shortages all nine j. b. s. beef plant in the united states. Were shut down on tuesday. According to the united food and commercial workers international union which represents workers at j.p as beef pork in poultry factories. The company's poor Excuse me the company's poultry import plant in the united states posted on facebook that they had cancelled ships or altered production scheduled for monday or tuesday with some of them citing. It issues in addition to the companies us plants. The shutdowns affected two thousand. Five hundred workers at a beef. Plant in in brooks alberts according to scott pain a spokesperson for united food and commercial workers local four one in canada or ships were canceled yesterday. He said on tuesday the morning shift was canceled today but the atmosphere was has been rescheduled to operate today. Even the even as the plant started to come online at least one beef plant delayed the start of production on wednesday in another altered one of its shifts. According to post from the plants as restaurants and retail customers have started buying beef heading into summer. The wholesale market has been quote extremely tight analysis for daily Report role in a report released on tuesday. They noted that a small restaurant in southern utah had started to charge extra four house for dishes. That contained carney asada really. Oh really wait really though. That sounds that sounds really crazy to me. It sounds really crazy. yes Alright so retailers. Beef processors are coming from a long weekend and need to catch up with orders and make sure to fill the meat case. The analysis wrote in quote if they suddenly get a call saying that the product may not deliver tomorrow or this week it will create a very significant challenges in keeping plants in operation in tokyo. stock up an extended disruption the analysis worn could add gasoline to an already launch flame. Oh.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Attacks are becoming more common for us businesses. This is something that Security companies computer companies and governments have to have to figure out a solution to To really make these systems more secure. It just blows my mind. How many people that are smart enough to develop these programs heck smart enough to develop the computers to begin with and they still have so many trouble so much trouble with security now. So we're talking this time about the major meat producer. Jbs usa which provides most of the meat in the world. i guess and fox radios rachel sutherland. Joining us now to fill in the details until this. What's going on. hi. Rachel hi dave. Yeah it looks like again you know. This is a criminal. Interest is out for money. This is a ransomware attack on. Jbs now the company says this is just coming back online today. and that most of its plants in the us at least fully operational sometime today. And that's good news otherwise we'll see these prices going even higher. They've already picked up slightly. I haven't seen a one on be this way that we saw with the gas after honea pipeline. But yeah i agree with you. This is something that is Is been an emerging threat for some time. And it's one thing to have a beef supplier another to to go after The power grid or hostile sisters that were could be really catastrophic. Exactly right now we're We're hearing that. This is somehow connected to russia again and you mentioned going in that. This is a criminal. Enterprise so i guess what we're together from that is that It's it's not something that is state sponsored by the russian government. No not that we know of that. You remember the group that hacked the colonial pipeline bliss. Enterprise running out of russia. And they said that you know having skin in the game politically. They just wanted the money and it could be a similar situation here And this comes before. The president will meet with russian president vladimir putin in geneva switzerland just next week so you imagine this. Be a topic of conversation a white house. Spokesperson says they're trying to send a message to russia that they should stop harboring these types of groups but at the same time and knowing the way russia operates of the you would think they'd be happy to have them do this and Continue i mean we knew that. The win a tax We're blaming russia. In fact Slap sanctions on the country. Because of that so this is again In evolving threats. Something i don't know how many congressional hearings i've covered with. I've been spending up the warning signs about this when you're dealing with private companies. It's a little tougher in this case. Jbs did with the government wants to do which is reported right away and the fbi and the this and it's helpful when these companies do that is do that because they get the help with the federal government to You know pull out all the resources and help them get back up and running now. Do we know was Was jbs Was this a Can't think of the word on his word. Know where the demand money ransom was that a ransom attack you have to do we. Do we know if they paid anything we do. Not at this point at least not yet. maybe though Because they've they've been able to kind of get things up and running really quickly at the same time they're backup systems. Were not affected. Maybe that has something to do with it calling. I believe paid the group about five million dollars into a large company. That's not but it does encourage other groups to say. Well they got put pay out. Maybe we can get a two and then they try to. This disappeared either in the in the for operating in the foreign country. What can you do to them. You can charge them. But you can't really you don't have an extradition agreement. Can't bring them here for try. Also what's really for them to lose and doing something like that. And they're just gonna scattered to the wind in any case you're not gonna be able to. You're going to be able to track him down. I i don't. I don't expect you to have the answer to this. I just. I can't help expressing it because every day seemed like every day i spend trump is spend time wrestling over passwords. I can't get into my darn betty crocker account and have to keep changing the password and going through all these hoops and everything and they're getting pretty good at making that a little bit easier with a double. But i can't understand why the the brains of people that can put these systems together in the first place and and and monitor the security and then fix the problems once the attack wide. Can't they prevent it in the first place. You know why is. Because i do the same thing with my efforts and and having the change them and having them be super are they may see complicated to us right but to offers the they tend to get around these things. And you know. Not having ever engaged hacking i i i don't know and it was like we ought to be able to shore it up And and certainly it's something about these companies don't want to happen. It's like a laughing all they wanted to happen but In this case we'll take abs again coming back online today. And they're worse just that were canceled for worker. So that's never any good news for them that they're going to be going back to work. And i you know i again. I not seen any shortages that these for anything like that but what. Americans aren't messing with their gas tank in the berles up that they should take notice. Well like you said the big concern is that it's just a matter of time before one of these hacks is truly catastrophic now absolutely and we're keeping an eye out for me and i imagine the congress comes back and they'll be more hearings on these kinds of things hearings are hearing really gonna say congress getting on the on the on the job is makes me feel a lot better about it. Thanks rachel there's rachel sutherland. From fox news. What's it gonna take to get you to To get a vaccination. What do i have to give you to be vaccinated while some states are making some offers and they're getting some results state of ohio did a one million dollar lottery drawing and it actually really boosted..

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"jbs usa" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Stimulus package, possibly close to the proposed $908 billion package that had garnered bipartisan support. Slow down a job creation is adding to the urgency. The Labor Department says only 245,000 jobs were added in November compared to 610,000 in October, and it's been steadily declining for seven months. Most of November's increase was in transportation and warehousing related to e commerce. The jobless rate fell 2/10 to 6.7%, partly because people left the workforce in November is the coronavirus, Serge U. S Labor Force is 2.2% smaller than in February. A loss of 3.7 million workers, women and baby boomers hardest hit unemployment fraud is a growing problem nationwide Friday. Ling claims in California many filed by or on behalf of prison inmates, Oregon's Employment Development Department director David Gerston, Feld says they've stepped up monitoring since the pandemic began. We've seen in other states have seen Some large, sophisticated criminal rings. Attempting to defraud trust fund. Christina Fell says they've been relatively successful in Oregon catching the fakes but admits some fraudulent payments have been issued. Southwest Airlines could be furloughing nearly 7000 employees soon about 12% of its staff Frank Holland reports. The airline cited a lack of meaningful progress and cost cutting negotiations with labor unions as the reason for the potential furloughs. Like other airlines, Southwest has been struggling as the cova 19 pandemic ways on the travel and aviation industry. In October, American Airlines United Airlines began furloughing more than 30,000 workers combined after federal payrolls support expired. Frank column, factory orders and economic bright spot. Although this is October, data orders increased 1% better than expected and the nation's largest beef processor JBs USA Holdings, has said a covert outbreak it it's Greeley, Colorado plant, and earlier.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Northbrook, Illinois Disappointing jobs report but markets they're focused on the bright side and increasing chance of a deal on a new stimulus package, possibly close to the proposed $908 billion package that had garnered Bipartisan support. The slow down a job creation is adding to the urgency. The Labor Department says only 245,000 jobs were added in November compared to 610,000 in October, and it's been steadily declining for seven months. Most of November's increase was in transportation and warehousing related to e commerce. The jobless rate fell 2/10 to 6.7%. Partly because people left the workforce in November is the coronavirus surge. The U. S labor Force is 2.2% smaller than in February. A loss of 3.7 million workers, women and baby boomers hardest hit. Unemployment fraud is a growing problem nationwide Friday. Lin claims in California many filed by or on behalf of prison inmates, Oregon's employment Development Department director David Gerston, Feld says they've stepped up monitoring since the pandemic began. We've seen in other states have seen some large, sophisticated criminal rings attempting to defraud trust fund. Rosenfeld says they've been relatively successful in Oregon catching the fakes but admits some fraudulent payments have been issued. Southwest Airlines could be furloughing nearly 7000 employees soon about 12% of its staff Frank Holland reports. The airline cited a lack of meaningful progress and cost cutting negotiations with labor unions as the reason for the potential furloughs. Like other airlines, Southwest has been struggling as the cova 19 pandemic ways on the travel and aviation industry. In October, American Airlines United Airlines began furloughing more than 30,000 workers combined after federal payrolls support expired. Frank column, factory orders and economic bright spot. Although this is October, data orders increased 1% better than expected and the nation's largest beef processor JBs USA Holdings, has said a covert outbreak it it's Greeley, Colorado plant, and earlier this month,.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A new stimulus package, possibly close to the proposed $908 billion package that had garnered bipartisan support. Slow down a job creation is adding to the urgency. The Labor Department's is only 245,000 jobs were added in November compared to 610,000 in October, and it's been steadily declining for seven months. Most of November's increase was in transportation and warehousing related to e commerce. The jobless rate fell 2/10 to 6.7%, partly because people left the workforce in November is the coronavirus, Serge U. S Labor Force is 2.2% smaller than in February. A loss of 3.7 million workers, women and baby boomers hardest hit unemployment fraud is a growing problem nationwide Friday. Ling claims in California many filed by or on behalf of prison inmates, Oregon's Employment Development Department director David Gerston, Feld says they've stepped up monitoring since the pandemic began. We've seen in other states have seen Some large, sophisticated criminal rings. Attempting to defraud trust fund. Chris Neville says they've been relatively successful in Oregon catching the fakes but admits some fraudulent payments have been issued. Southwest Airlines could be furloughing nearly 7000 employees soon about 12% of its staff Frank Holland reports. The airline cited a lack of meaningful progress and cost cutting negotiations with labor unions as the reason for the potential furloughs. Like other airlines, Southwest has been struggling as the cova 19 pandemic ways on the travel and aviation industry. In October, American Airlines United Airlines began furloughing more than 30,000 workers combined after federal payrolls support expired. Frank column, factory orders and economic bright spot. Although this is October, data orders increased 1% better than expected and the nation's largest beef processor JBs USA Holdings, has said a covert outbreak it it's Greeley, Colorado plant, and earlier this month, it's sent home a lot 200 workers with full pay and benefits. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC NEWS radio, I Hard radio goes one on one with.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A new stimulus package, possibly close to the proposed $908 billion package that had garnered bipartisan support. Slow down a job creation is adding to the urgency. The Labor Department says only 245,000 jobs were added in November compared to 610,000 in October, and it's been steadily declining for seven months. Most of November's increase was in transportation and warehousing related to e commerce. The jobless rate fell 2/10 to 6.7%, partly because people left the workforce in November is the coronavirus, Serge U. S Labor Force is 2.2% smaller than in February. A loss of 3.7 million workers, women and baby boomers hardest hit unemployment fraud is a growing problem nationwide Friday Link claims in California many filed by or on behalf of prison inmates. Oregon's Employment Development Department director David Gerston, Feld says they've stepped up monitoring since the pandemic began. We've seen in other states have seen Some large, sophisticated criminal rings. Attempting to defraud trust fund Christmas. Phil says they've been relatively successful in Oregon catching the fakes but admits some fraudulent payments have been issued. Southwest Airlines could be furloughing nearly 7000 employees soon about 12% of its staff Frank Holland reports. The airline cited a lack of meaningful progress and cost cutting negotiations with labor unions as the reason for the potential furloughs. Like other airlines, Southwest has been struggling as the cova 19 pandemic ways on the travel and aviation industry. In October, American Airlines United Airlines began furloughing more than 30,000 workers combined after federal payrolls support expired. Frank column, factory orders and economic bright spot. Although this is October, data orders increased 1% better than expected and the nation's largest beef processor JBs USA Holdings, has said a covert outbreak it it's Greeley, Colorado plant, and earlier this month, it's sent home a lot 200 workers with full pay and benefits. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio, Scott sold 700 WLW,.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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It's normally three hundred and fifty to forty nine so it's one hundred hundred one dollars off k. Can't forget that extra two hundred forty nine dollars or an american home sewing machine half-price hundred and forty nine dollars bank. That's all you have to go. And then for if you're involved in embroidery. This is the big one. We're talking a thousand dollars off a thousand dollars off by just saying. Hey i heard it on. Kfi perry's vac and so they are playing santa this year You can learn more perry's vac so dot com and their phone numbers nine seven zero. Three seven hundred seventy eight hundred four nine hundred zero three seven eight seventy eight. Oh for this is a weird one. I'm ready for this. Let's get the headline to come. I was in a legal winery busted. Alabama town sewage plant. Yeah that's right that's right. It's we're getting weird here. So they said that. The the sheriff's office into cobb county sheriff's office said in statement that it received an anonymous tip about an alcohol operation at a municipal building in the town of rainsville on thursday the set huffpost dot com investigators then uncovered what's described as a large illegal winery inside the rainsville wastewater treatment plant The photos released by the investigators. Show glass containers buckets. Fermenting rack and other equipment used to make wine at home. So here's here's the thing he says officer sees a lot of illegal. Alcohol and arrests are expected. The town of about fifty one hundred people is one hundred miles northeast of birmingham. I want to thank the mayor for his cooperation. Willingness to allow law enforcement to do their jobs at shut. Something like this down. what are you doing. It's it's legal limit amount of wine at home in alabama but it's illegal to have more than fifteen gallons of homemade wine or beer at a time. Please photos show multiple fermenting vessels with what appears ready for this to be more than one hundred gallons of white and red liquid. This is just nuts but in a sewage plant. Like if you're going to be doing this if you're going to be doing this illegally like obviously you're going to be selling this right you have to be selling. No one can drink that much wine that quickly. Why pick a sewage plant and maybe that's the genius behind all this is it. No one says you know what's probably going on that sewage plant. They probably have some wind down there. We should probably really enjoy that. We should take our wine and go down there and enjoy. Someone no was looking at a sewage plant for a winery. Are you kidding me. And where did the anonymous tip come in from. It had to be somebody who got cut out of the business transaction that had gone on like. Is there a whole wine. Mafia going on in alabama that we don't know about like it's legal now to open a winery. This is not the old days where it's all prohibited. This isn't the prohibition you can have these things. So i'm a little confused by but i tell you what this is. This is not something that i would recommend trying. And i don't know there's so many questions about this like hey man i got some wine. You wanna try it. Sure what kind is it. Oh it's it's read. Where was it well. Who made it me. Wear a sewage plant. What are you kidding me. We did our broucek award show last night. Which by the way. If you didn't get a chance to go back and listen to that because that was a fun show. I can promise you. I can absolutely one thousand percent. Promise you that we would not be giving any awards out to the illegal wineries wine. I can promise that so. There's the headline that caught my eye for this weird weird friday as we do always on fridays. Let's get to. What was it crazy busy week. Let's get to our week in review morgan harrington. Cfo of grimm brothers brew house joins us at the top of my experience with our amazing local government I would have said absolutely joining us now. Is kris van director reporting for nine news. Now you have to really. What they're looking for is truly below three hundred fifty and really knowing he's at that level yet we're still going down because the rebels were so high. It's gonna take time to reach that. Nikki richardson the director of communications for. Jbs usa huge part of our mission at jbs is to provide the opportunity of a better future for our team members. And what better way to do that. Then through education and we have a tremendous amount of respect for aims. And what they're doing in our community to discuss this basketball team. It is kevin lion of the fort collins colorado. I would not be surprised if he had the nfl. I think he's probably done everything he can do in college too. You know as far as draft dot goes and I'm not sure how much more wearing care in college. She would wanna take the he's one to keep an eye on. I would say air you dealt with the fort collins colorado and erin joining us now air. Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy afternoon to chat with us. The first Vaccine was administered to arrest or respiratory therapist with Ucla medical center of the rockies in loveland But he started his career as respiratory therapist at ph twenty years before and having lager again and So we kind of the a hurry up and wait situation joining us now to talk more about that. Is brian geiger with practice. Physical therapy and sports medicine by teaching them to appropriate mechanic reports production in deceleration as a result of training both is injury prevention as well as improving their athleticism as a whole and then after movement period. I then transitioned into our strength. Training in that consists weightlifting. Obviously and then as well as specific mobility drills. That is our week in review. It was a busy one as always that song just started again. Thanks brian kelly for putting that together wouldn't be able to do a show without him wouldn't be able to do this. Show without all the great guests that we get on as well as the great sponsors on this program we will be back at it and next week we will have a show we will have. I believe in abbreviated show on tuesday. We'll let you know more details. Maitree follow along on facebook. The podcasts are i eight. Thanks everybody out there who go back and and click. Listen to those podcasts. We truly appreciate it. And that's why we love doing what we do podcasts. Available and thirteen. Ten k of k dot com for ryan. Kelly i m tanner twent- we've got thirteen days. Thirteen teams coming up last one really central night. The right here mcardle voice for look for us. We'll talk to you on monday..

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"jbs usa" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Proposed $908 billion package that had garnered bipartisan support. Slow down a job creation is adding to the urgency. The Labor Department says only 245,000 jobs were added in November compared to 610,000 in October, and it's been steadily declining for seven months. Most of November's increase was in transportation and warehousing related to e commerce. The jobless rate fell 2/10 to 6.7%, partly because people left the workforce in November is the coronavirus, Serge U. S Labor Force is 2.2% smaller than in February. A loss of 3.7 million workers, women and baby boomers hardest hit unemployment fraud is a growing problem nationwide Friday. Ling claims in California many filed by or on behalf of prison inmates, Oregon's Employment Development Department director David Gerston, Feld says they've stepped up monitoring since the pandemic began. We've seen in other states have seen Some large, sophisticated criminal rings. Attempting to defraud trust fund. Carson Phillips says they've been relatively successful in Oregon catching the fakes but admits some fraudulent payments have been issued. Southwest Airlines could be furloughing nearly 7000 employees soon about 12% of its staff Frank Holland reports. The airline cited a lack of meaningful progress and cost cutting negotiations with labor unions as the reason for the potential furloughs. Like other airlines, Southwest has been struggling as the cova 19 pandemic ways on the travel and aviation industry. In October, American Airlines United Airlines began furloughing more than 30,000 workers combined after federal payrolls support expired. Bring Kahlan factory orders and economic bright spot. Although this is October, data orders increased 1% better than expected and the nation's largest beef processor JBs USA Holdings, has said a covert outbreak it it's Greeley, Colorado plant, and earlier this month, it's sent home a lot 200 workers with full pay and benefits. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio, I Heart radio here. I've been.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" 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 usa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" 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 | 2 years 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

"jbs usa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" 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 usa" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on WTOP

"Billion more the paycheck protection program which is already saving millions of small business jobs and helping Americans get paychecks instead of Pennsylvania house expected to take up that bill on Thursday in his daily briefing with reporters the president expressed support for some twenty states that are endings some coronavirus restrictions in an attempt to re open their economies I see light at the end of the tunnel are actually see a lot of light at the end of the tunnel correspondent Michael George some parts of the country are starting to reopen in South Carolina some retail shops are allowed to open if social distancing is observer I want people to be careful about what they do and their decisions especially when they come in my shop I want people to keep their distance and in Georgia nail salons and other businesses can open Friday at the same briefing the president outlined his plans for an executive order temporarily stopping some immigration into the U. S. out of coronavirus concerns the president calls it a sixty day immigration pause Mr trump made it clear the aim is not to prevent more people from coming in with the virus by posing immigration will help put unemployed Americans first in line for jobs as America reopens at first he says his order will only affect those applying for permanent residency and not those here on visas for temporary work we can do that a little bit different time if we want the president says his initial order will contain certain exemptions which she didn't detail Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House coronavirus is starting to take a bigger bite out of America's supply of fresh meat Jim crystal reports world of virus 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 but now shut down plant produces five percent of the nation's pork supply several other meat plants are closed nationwide Jim chrysalis CBS news another disaster stay for the oil market prices at levels never seen before and prompted another big selloff on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average losing six hundred thirty one points or two point six percent to twenty three thousand eighteen the nasdaq was all three percent two hundred ninety seven points this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Odds following an appearance on TV yesterday on CNN's state of the union Dr Anthony Fauci was asked if things would look different if we had socially distanced earlier we make a recommendation often the recommendation is taken sometimes it's not but we it is what it is we are we are right now which seemingly prompted a tweet from a former GOP candidate for Congress including the hashtag fire found cheap that tweet retweeted by president trump who added sorry fake news it's all on tape I band China long before people spoke up Mike Bauer NBC news radio ABC's Good Morning America and this week host George Stephanopoulos says he has covert nineteen he revealed his diagnosis earlier today and talked about his experience I've never had a fever I never had coffee never had shortness of breath never had chills any of the classic symptoms you've been reading about Stephanopoulos said he wasn't really surprised that he got it because his wife actress alley Wentworth tested positive at least a week ago he's been at home self isolating already a grilling meat packing plant being called out by its workers after an outbreak Kaylee newsradio Chuck Clark has more the Greenlee beef plant will be closed today and tomorrow for cleaning and sanitizing after dozens of employees have tested positive end to have died JBS said it will use an existing collective bargaining paid holidays today to coordinate to testing and partake in extra deep cleaning in the plant and will also be closed tomorrow to ensure testing is complete the union would like to see the plant closed the entire week JBS USA announced it has partnered with the White House governor Poloz and senator Gardner to get free covert nineteen tests I'm Chuck Clark K. O. A. news radio news in dealing with the stress during the ongoing coronavirus emergency.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That drives this outbreak is starting to level off because on the same day that the New York metropolitan area had the highest number of deaths they had that not only is flat and it's starting to turn the corner the doctor found she adds they don't wanna be premature easing up on social distancing of the other measures so he also suggested that the president should have listened to experts sooner and could have saved more American lives had he done that via Twitter the president responded saying he banned travel from China long before anybody spoke up he also retweeted a message from a former congressional candidate that use the hash tag fire felt she will meantime the number of dead from the illness in the nation's hardest hit state is closing in on a massive milestone coronavirus cases in New York have leveled off but they're still taking an incredibly high human toll the number of deaths in this state is nearing ten thousand upside down with never seen anything like this your assignment is a funeral home director in Brooklyn turning away families which I just wanted to do other indicators are more positive the number of newly hospitalized is down and there are fewer police officers calling out sick Erin cutters he ABC news New York nationwide more than twenty two thousand people have died from covert nineteen agree the meat packing plant being called out by its workers after an outbreak Kaylee newsradio Chuck Clark has the story the Greenlee beef plant will be closed today and tomorrow for cleaning and sanitizing after dozens of employees have tested positive end to have died JBS said it will use an existing collective bargaining paid holidays today to coordinate to testing and partake in extra deep cleaning in the plant and will also be closed tomorrow to ensure testing is complete the union would like to see the plant closed the entire week JBS USA announced it has partnered with the White House governor Poloz and senator Gardner to get free covert nineteen tests I'm Chuck Clark K. O. A. news radio those dealing in needing it it helping it but those who dealers needing help with stress during the ongoing coronavirus emergency are being pointed.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on KGO 810

"All of this is over whatever the back to work so let's see what happens there sounds like a plan sounds like great stuff thank you so much and here again don't go anywhere if you are in your in your vehicle keep it right there you get home just say Alexa play KGO in you that Angie right there I'll be doing this again tomorrow starting right at three again you can find out all the things I posted about today by going to Twitter dot com and just to see that there all right don't forget Facebook dot com KGO care center Franken C. tomorrow special report corona virus update president trump says he would like to be able to re open the U. S. with a Big Bang soon as his aspirational hopes of that happening by this Sunday Easter were squashed by an assessment by health experts two weeks ago now with the president optimistic about the trends in the coronavirus cases and deaths it seems Mr trump is open to still leading governors and local leaders decide we have to be on the downside of that slope to a very strong direction that this thing is gone now we could do it in phases we go to some areas which you know some errors are much less affected than others the president wants to have a meeting soon about the slope or trajectories of the pandemic in the U. S. to determine that tipping point of getting America open for business again despite some certain level of risk of illness Constantini Washington with new jobless claims due tomorrow the number could hit seven million or higher even after nearly ten million people applied for benefits the previous two weeks due to covert nineteen shut downs about acoustic some major meat processors are starting to shut down plants amid workers contracting covered nineteen Tyson one of the world's largest meat processor suspended operations in Iowa pork plant this week after more than two dozen workers contracted covert nineteen there JBS USA another major meat processor stopped operations at a Pennsylvania beef plant but hopes to reopen later this month Cargill is also paused operations at its protein plant in Hazleton Pennsylvania were nine hundred people typically work Jeff McKay Washington the Saudi led coalition fighting the Iranian backed Hootie rebels in Yemen has announced that his forces will begin a cease fire starting on Thursday Linda Tripp who secretly recorded conversations with Monica Lewinsky about the then intern's relationship with president Bill Clinton in the White House has died at the age of seventy Tripp had previously been treated for breast cancer stop shop to a three point four percent gain on Wall Street today the Dow added seven hundred and eighty points and barbecues he's here to help we have many ways to you can download or go online to find the essential products and information.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To Las Vegas Bob Beasley media group station special report corona virus update president trump says he would like to be able to re open the U. S. with a Big Bang soon as is aspirational hopes of that happening by this Sunday Easter were squashed by an assessment by health experts two weeks ago now with the president optimistic about the trends in the coronavirus cases and deaths it seems Mr trump is open to still winning governors and local leaders decide we have to be on the downside of that slope to a very strong direction that this thing is god now we could do it in phases we go to some areas which you know some errors are much less affected than others the president wants to have a meeting soon about the slope or trajectories of the pandemic in the U. S. to determine that tipping point of getting America open for business again despite some certain level of risk of illness but Constantini Washington with new jobless claims due tomorrow the number could hit seven million or higher even after nearly ten million people applied for benefits the previous two weeks due to covert nineteen shut downs above acoustic the major meat processors are starting to shut down plants a bit workers contracting covered nineteen Tyson one of the world's largest meat processor suspended operations in an Iowa pork plant this week after more than two dozen workers contracted covert nineteen there JBS USA another major meat processor stopped operations at a Pennsylvania beef plant but hopes to reopen later this month Cargill is also paused operations at its protein plant in Hazleton Pennsylvania were nine hundred people typically work Jeff McKay Washington the Saudi led coalition fighting the Iranian backed Houthi rebels in Yemen has announced that his forces will begin a cease fire starting on Thursday Linda Tripp who secretly recorded conversations with Monica Lewinsky about the then intern's relationship with president Bill Clinton in the White House has died at the age of seventy Tripp had previously been treated for breast cancer stock shot to a three point four percent gain on Wall Street today the Dow added seven hundred and eighty points and barbecues ask it's time to check the roads from the traffic sponsored by up work when you need in demand talent on demand crash with injuries on Cheyenne in lamb right now Kerry and Craig are looking a lot better for your alternate also there's a wreck with injuries on let me just west of Decatur and crash injuries involved on okay a couple blocks west of Rancho looks likes to harass your best bet around that delay of work as the world's largest network of independent professional site designers developers data scientists you name it when you need in demand talent on demand up work is how highly pal Kate on track at sprint.

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"jbs usa" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jbs usa" Discussed on KGO 810

"He met this report Chicago officials are looking for a new place to put dead bodies officials are on the verge of getting operational a refrigerated warehouse to potentially stored bodies in the midst of this corona virus pandemic the head of the corona virus task force Dr Deborah Berke says she thinks Washington DC and Philadelphia might be the next stops for the major virus outbreaks The New York Times reports two out of three rural counties now have virus cases with seven hundred seventy nine dead New York has had its deadliest day but there may be a slowing of new cases there New Jersey is telling its residents to wear face masks when they shop for groceries the message today from Bernie Sanders I am announcing the suspension of my campaign Sanders is backing Joe Biden Biden says he would incorporate some of Sanders proposals into his campaign hi Mike boss US meat plants are closing we get the story from correspondent Jeff McKay Tyson one of the world's largest meat processor suspended operations in an Iowa pork plant this week after more than two dozen workers contracted covert nineteen there JBS USA another major meat processor stopped operations at a Pennsylvania beef plant but hopes to reopen later this month Cargill is also paused operations at its protein plant in Hazleton Pennsylvania were nine hundred people typically work governor Tim Walz's extending Minnesota stay at home order until may fourth saying the order is working treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says direct deposits to Americans will begin next weekend of the coronavirus aid package Mnuchin also says the fed will reveal afford a half trillion dollar plan to assist mid sized US firms later this week on Wall Street stocks were up the dell UP seven.

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