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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just a few minutes. A bipartisan group of governors calling on the Biden administration to provide better communication on vaccines. ABC is Mark Roma lard reports nine governors, both Democrat and Republican taking issue with the way the Biden administration. CDC is reporting covert 19 vaccine numbers. They say the data doesn't distinguish between what states are doing and what the federal government is doing. For example, the difference between how many doses have been sent and administered by state governments and how many have been done by pharmacies through direct shipment from the federal government, which the states have no role in, they say that's leading to confusion. Marco Malard, ABC News and Down on the Cape. Local lawmakers are not happy with the Baker Administration. WBZ is Rob Woodard explains Why elected officials here on the Cape voicing their displeasure with Governor Charlie Baker in the Department of Public Health. Over the dearth of covert vaccines available on the Cape over 20 state lawmakers signed a letter to the governor last week asking him to reconsider several aspects of the state's vaccine rollout. Cape Cod State Senator Julian's here and state. Rep. Stilling Fernandez and Tim Whalen criticized the vaccine rollout on Cape Cod last week and now found the town manager Julian Suso, also speaking out. Well in the 975 doses coming to Barnstable County per week completely unacceptable. That was in a letter to the governor on Friday from the Cape Cod bureau. Rob ordered WBZ Boston's news radio, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health reporting just shy of 1500 new cases of covert 19 and 32 additional deaths this evening. The seven day average positivity rates. It's a 2.19% just over. 1100. People are hospitalized with the virus tonight. 286 of those patients are in the I see you in New Hampshire state run covert 19 vaccination sites and testing clinics will be.

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03:21 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"45 37 Day Average covert positivity rate is holding steady tonight at 2.2%. The State Department of Public Health has reported 1480 more cases this evening and 32 more deaths. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress will form a 9 11 style commission. Look into the deadly insurrection at the U. S. Capitol authorities in New Hampshire hoping for the public to help them find Timothy Johnson, who's wanted in connection with the death of Jean the cell. The cell was found shot to death outside a home on Chestnut Street in Manchester on Saturday. The owner of two Gelato cafes, one in Framingham and one in Ashland is missing. Police and her family are asking for the public's help in finding her a special Obama care and Goldman period opened today. Aimed at helping Americans who may have lost their health insurance during the pandemic. Starting today, uninsured Americans will have three months to buy health insurance under the Affordable Care act as part of an extended enrollment window. President Biden announced the move in an executive order last month. He continued about Colin 19. Even more critical in our present meaningful access to health care. In a statement this morning, Biden encouraged Americans to sign up for coverage at healthcare dot gov. And he made a push for his covert relief package that would increase federal subsidies for health care less officials. The ABC News Washington Cape Cod lawmakers aren't happy with the Baker administration. WBC's robbed. Woodard reports elected officials here on the Cape voicing their displeasure with Governor Charlie Baker and the Department of Public Health. Over the dearth of covert vaccines available on the Cape over 20 state lawmakers signed a letter to the governor last week asking him to reconsider several aspects of the state's vaccine rollout. Cape Cod State Senator Julian's here and state Reps. Dylan Fernandez and Tim Whalen criticized the vaccine rollout on Cape Cod last week and now found the town manager Julian Suso, also speaking out. Calling the 975 doses coming to Barnstable County per week completely unacceptable. That was in a letter to the governor on Friday from the Cape Cod bureau. Rob ordered WBZ Boston's news radio coronavirus cases are down across the country. But there's new worry tonight about at least one of the virus mutations A BCS Aaron Khutor ski has that The very in first discovered in Britain is not only more contagious but also more deadly. Tempting, though it is for cities and states to ease restrictions has the caseload drops. Doctor she's jot, the Brown University School of Public Health, told ABC News. Now is not the time. I totally understand why cases are down. They want to do it. I would say, hold a little longer. Let's get a bunch of the high risk people vaccinated. Then it will be safer to do so. Us is now administering an average of 1.7 million vaccine doses every day. States say they could doom or if they had the supply. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York New data looks at your visits as a whole nationwide since the initial lockdown in March of last year, the number of Americans going to the emergency room went way down. But another statistic is grim visits because of drug overdoses decreased on Lee slightly. And shot way up. Researchers.

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"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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06:02 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Drizzle turning into steady rain tonight and when England will continue to get a wintry mix with northwest of 4 95 Seeing a lot of ice drying cloudy tomorrow high 45. And then a sunny day for Wednesday up the 30, some snow coming in on Thursday up the 32. We could see several inches of snow and then that turning into rain for Friday right now it is 29 degrees. Some freezing rain in Boston at 4 45 live Local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon on Madison Rodgers here. The five things you need to know at 4 45. Police in Manchester, New Hampshire. I'm looking for Timothy Johnson, who's accused of shooting a man to death over the weekend. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress will establish an independent September 11th style commission looking into the capital riot on January 6th. Boston College fires basketball coach Jim Christian with a team of 3, 13 and 19 in a C C play. Massachusetts State police have identified the man who was struck and killed by a tractor trailer in Framingham on Saturday as Mustafa Fathi of Mar Mar. Grow Special Obamacare enrollment period opens today aimed at helping Americans who may have lost their health insurance during the pandemic. ABC is Elizabeth shells he has more from Washington. Starting today, uninsured Americans will have three months to buy health insurance under the Affordable Care act as part of an extended enrollment window. President Biden announced the move in an executive order last month. He continued about Kovar 19. Even more critical Americans that meaningful access to health care. In a statement this morning, Biden encouraged Americans to sign up for coverage at healthcare dot gov. And he made a push for his covert relief package that would increase federal subsidies for health care. Elizabeth Halsey, ABC NEWS Washington Lawmakers on the Cape aren't happy with the Baker administration. WBC's robbed. Woodward reports elected officials here on the Cape voicing their displeasure with Governor Charlie Baker in the Department of Public Health. Over the dearth of covert vaccines available on the Cape over 20 state lawmakers signed a letter to the governor last week asking him to reconsider several aspects of the state's vaccine rollout. Cape Cod State Senator Julian's here and state Reps. Dylan Fernandez and Tim Whalen criticized the vaccine rollout on Cape Cod last week and now found the town manager Julian Suso, also speaking out. Following the 975 doses coming to Barnstable County per week completely unacceptable. That was in a letter to the governor on Friday from the Cape Cod bureau. Rob ordered WBZ Boston's news radio covert cases are down across the country. But there's new worry about at least one of the virus mutations ABC. They're in Qatar ski has more. The very in first discovered in Britain is not only more contagious but also more deadly. Tempting, though it is for cities and states to ease restrictions has the caseload drop. Doctor. She's jot, the Brown University School of Public Health, told ABC News. Now is not the time. I totally understand why cases are down. They want to do it. I would say, Hold a little longer. Let's get a bunch of the Irish people vaccinated that it will be safer to do so. The U. S. Has now administering an average of 1.7 million vaccine doses every day. States say they could doom or if they had the supply. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York New data looks at ER visits as a whole nation wide sense. The initial lockdown in March 2020. The number of Americans going to the ER went way down at first. But another statistic is grim visits because of drug overdoses decreased on Lee slightly. And then shot way up. Researchers with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found visits to the emergency room plummeted in March, 2020 falling 43% compared to 2019, but drug overdoses were down only 4% before increasing again in April. The study also found weekly trips to the E R for overdoses were up 45% last year compared to 2019. The CDC says the pandemic may have accelerated drug overdose deaths specifically fatalities caused by synthetic opioids. Wendy Gillette CBS News Ah Weymouth couple has a vision. Hundreds of rainbow pride flags displayed all around town during Pride Month in June. So they started to make the way with pride Project to make their vision come true. WBC's Suzanne Saz Ville reports. It all started one day when Anne Marie Reardon was in her front yard and two people driving by stop to thank her for flying the rainbow flag outside her home in the first endeavor. Of this pride project is the Rainbow Flag Initiative. Her husband, Michael Jaworski, says they not only want to raise awareness but also help those in the LGBT Q. Community feel less alone. You could see a pride flag flying throughout the town. Then you know that there are other people like you. They hope to raise enough money to hand out 500 Pride flags for free. If they have any leftover money they love to do other things like create a scholarship fund for LGBT Q students. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ Boston's news radio, Another date on a story We brought you yesterday. Massachusetts State police have identified the man who was struck and killed by a tractor trailer in Framingham on Saturday. Police say 57 year old moose stuff of Fathi of Marlboro was driving on route 90 Saturday morning when his car broke down. Thought he got out of the car and was later struck by a tractor trailer driven by a New Jersey man. No charges.

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04:13 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President Biden announced the move in an executive order last month. He continued about Cohen 19. Even more critical and architect meaningful access to health care. In a statement this morning, Biden encouraged Americans to sign up for coverage at healthcare dot gov. And he made a push for his covert relief package that would increase federal subsidies for health care less officials. The ABC NEWS Washington Cape Cod lawmakers aren't happy with the Baker administration. WBC's rob watered explains why elected officials here on the Cape voicing their displeasure with Governor Charlie Baker in the Department of Public Health over the dearth of covert vaccines available on the Cape over 20 state lawmakers signed a letter to the governor last week asking him to reconsider several aspects of the state's vaccine rollout. Cape Cod State Senator Julian's here and state Rep still in Fernandez and Tim Whalen criticized the vaccine rollout on Cape Cod last week. Now found the town manager Julian Suso, also speaking out, calling the 975 doses come into Barnstable County per week completely unacceptable. That was in a letter to the governor on Friday from the Cape Cod bureau. Rob ordered WBZ Boston's news radio. Covert cases are down across the country. But there's new worry about at least one of the virus mutations. NBC's Aaron Carter Ski has more. The very in first discovered in Britain is not only more contagious but also more deadly. Tempting, though it is for cities and states to ease restrictions has the caseload drops. Doctor she's jot, the Brown University School of Public Health, told ABC News. Now is not the time. I totally understand why cases are down. They want to do it. I would save hold a little longer. Let's get a bunch of the Irish people vaccinated. Then it will be safe. For to do so. The U. S. Is now administering an average of 1.7 million vaccine doses every day. States say they could doom or if they have the supply. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York New data looks at emergency room visits as a whole nation wide sense. The initial lockdown last March, the number of Americans going to the ER went way down. But another statistic is grim visits because of drug overdoses decreased only slightly, and then shot way up. Researchers with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found visits to the emergency room plummeted in March, 2020 falling 40. 3% compared to 2019. But drug overdoses were down only 4% before increasing again in April. The study also found weekly trips to the E R for overdoses were up 45% last year compared to 2019. The CDC says the pandemic may have accelerated drug overdose deaths specifically fatalities caused by synthetic opioids. Wendy Gillette, CBS News a deadly fire in Worcester, a community in mourning after three members of a family lost their lives. WBC's Jum babe Back reports two people were found dead inside the Jakes Avenue triple Decker of third person had jumped off of the balcony to try to escape the flames. That man. Woodrow Adam Sr died in the hospital. He and his wife were just days away from celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. Looking forward. 150 years with my heart. I know she's looking down on me vigil last night. The cause unknown, the investigation continues. In the woods near bureau. John Bay Back WBZ Boston's news radio. In California. Disturbing attacks are on the rise. Elderly members of the Northern California Asian community are being targeted, leading to growing calls for that violence to stop. Here's a B. C's Alex Stone in San Francisco and Oakland over the weekend, hundreds gathering to condemn the ugliness of recent violent attacks on elderly Asian Americans As a multiracial community. We're not going to stand for it in Oakland's Chinatown neighborhood attacks have been widespread. In January, a man seemed run. Up to a 91 year old, knocking him to the ground in San Francisco on 84 year Old man killed when he was shoved to the pavement. These.

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04:04 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President's Day I'm Tina Gal, and Here's what's happening. Ah, Whole lot of weather. Extreme winter weather continues across the nation today, and the Commonwealth is no exception. Here is the latest from WBZ TV meteorologist Saccharine Happen through different is going to be the main story today. Interior looks Haitians are likely going to stay after slightly below the freezing mark, where a lot of coastal locations will be just above 32 degrees. And that is going to be our difference maker in the type of precipitation that we will ultimately see late this afternoon going into the evening overnight and four tomorrow morning winter weather advisories are in place in some parts of New England, including western Massachusetts. There is also a potential for power outages down trees and very hazardous road conditions. Well, speaking of whether a B C's Likes, Perez tells us snow ice and bone chilling cold are also in the mix for Chicago. Some people are waking up to temperatures that feel like anywhere from 30 to 50 below zero, and with those extreme Cold temperatures also comes the extreme danger. Frostbite could begin to say I'm exposed skin and as little as five minutes and to make matters worse, we're expecting more snow here in Chicago and other areas today and later this week. Keep it right here more details on whether coming up in just a few minutes of traffic and weather together on the threes. Meanwhile, phase two of the covert vaccine distribution continues here in the Commonwealth and Governor, Baker says he's very frustrated, right. Now, with a tight supply coming to Massachusetts, the governor says the state has a capacity right now to administer 242,000 doses per week. But right now, he says, the state has been received receiving less than half of that looks like between 103 and 106,000 per week. Over on the cave. Meanwhile, members of the state's legislative committee are very unhappy with the Baker administration for how it's been handling the vaccine rollout. WBC's Rob Woodard reports from the Cape elected officials here on the Cape voicing their displeasure with Governor Charlie Baker and the Department of Public Health. Over the dearth of covert vaccines available on the Cape over 20 state lawmakers signed a letter to the governor last week asking him to reconsider several aspects of the state's vaccine rollout. Cape Cod State Senator Julian's here and state Reps. Dylan Fernandez and Tim Whalen criticized the vaccine rollout on Cape Cod last week and now found the town manager Julian Suso, also speaking out. Following the 975 doses coming to Barnstable County per week completely unacceptable. That was in a letter to the governor on Friday from the Cape Cod bureau. Rob ordered WBZ Boston's news radio, a crossroads for the GOP, following former President Trump's second Senate acquittal in that trial details coming up for you in just about two minutes. Right here on WBZ news radio. Stay right here. Back to the roads Right now. It is 12 33 traffic and weather together, Starting with a Subaru Retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes. Any issues, Kevin, we're watching the situation south of town here and Randolph 93 south bound. You got your brake lights approaching this crashing a route 24 Randolph. Once you clear them, though, you're looking pretty good over past 1 38 and 95 Canton expressways. Okay, both directions. No troubles here on Route three between Braintree and Plymouth. Down on the cape, though here in East Ham Route six has shut down both directions between Hey road and a governor Prince rode for a utility pole that came down on the roadways and again. Utility crews are on that scene. But we haven't heard of any kind of opening or any kind of opening. That could happen shortly downtown Boston looking good here on the lower decks taken bridge heading into the O'Neill tunnel against some of these roadways, air went out there and with the temperature's right around freezing. I could get some areas of slipperiness looking pretty good, though out to the West haven't heard of any troubles through framing him or that Western area. This report is sponsored by the Buck Sexton Show Podcast The Buck Sexton podcast found on the I. Heart radio APP and Apple Podcast. Please tune in every day for the latest on politics, national.

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02:50 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"50 member Democratic Caucus and voted to convict We get a recap of closing arguments from CBS The scholar Henry, beginning with remarks from the ex president's attorney, Michael Van Veen. Mr Trump did not spend the weeks prior to January. 6 inciting violence. He spent those weeks pursuing his election challenge through the court system and other legal procedures. Lead House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin also said President Trump reveled in the riot and took no action to stop it as he further incited the mob during the attack, aiming it at Vice President Mike Pence himself. Feeling to quell it in either of his roles. As commander in chief. Or his real role that day Insider in chief. In the end, senators voted 57 43 in favor of impeachment. But that was 10 votes shy of the 67 votes needed to convict. After the verdict, Trump releasing a statement, renewing his claims that he was the target of what he's termed the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. The former president also accusing his opponents off forgetting that almost 75 million people voted to reelect him in November, but That was seven million votes. Fewer for then President Biden coronavirus case is falling across the country, which is allowing officials to scale back some restrictions. Several states relaxing restrictions this Valentine's Day weekend amid seemingly optimistic coronavirus trends starting Sunday in New York, the restaurant curve you extending an hour to 11 p.m.. Right now in New York City, indoor dining, Returning it 25% capacity. Montana, now the latest state to lift its mask mandates. ABC is Trevor Alter, reporting ah growing number of local elected officials on Cape Cod, adding their voices to criticism. Of the Baker administration's vaccine rollout. Here's WBC's Tim done this after a group of over 20 State lawmakers criticized the vaccine roll out this week. But down in the cave, which has the largest senior population in Massachusetts, with more than 27,000 residents. Over 75 years old distribution has been as low as 975 doses per week to Barnstable County. On Thursday. Kate Quad State Senator Julian Seer criticized Governor Baker saying he continues to leave the Cape, unable to access the vaccine on Friday found with town manager Julian Suso sent a letter to the governor, saying the current allocation of vaccines to the region is quote woefully inadequate, adding that over 4000 found with residents are over the age of 75. The Army's Board of Selectmen also penned a letter to the governor setting the low distribution the Barnstable County and the lack of a mass vaccination site on Cape Cod. Tim done WBZ, Boston's news radio and a new study taking up the issue of getting Children what they currently do not have, and that's an effective covert 19 vaccine of the two vaccines currently available.

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02:59 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And vote to convict We get a recap of closing arguments from CBS the Skylar Henry beginning with remarks from the ex president's attorney, Michael Vander Wien. Mr Trump did not spend the weeks prior to January. 6 inciting violence. Spent those weeks pursuing his election challenge to the court system and other legal procedures. Lead House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin also said President Trump reveled in the riot and took no action to stop it as he further incited the mob during the attack, aiming it at Vice President Mike Pence himself. Feeling to quell it in either of his roles. As commander in chief. Or his real role that day insider in chief. In the end, senators voted 57 to 43 in favor of impeachment. But that was 10 votes shy. Of the 67 votes needed to convict. After the verdict, Trump released a statement renewing his claims that he was the target of what he's turned the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. The former president, also accusing his opponents are forgetting that almost 75 million people voted to reelect him in November, but that was seven million fewer votes than President Biden. Run a virus cases falling across the country, which is allowing officials to scale back some restrictions. Several states relaxing restrictions this Valentine's Day weekend amid seemingly optimistic coronavirus trends starting Sunday in New York, the restaurant curve you extending an hour to 11, p.m. and right now in New York City, indoor dining, returning it 25% capacity. Montana now the latest state to lift its mask mandates. ABC is Trevor all to reporting A growing number of local elected officials on Cape Cod, adding their voices to criticism of the Baker administration's vaccine rollout. Here's WBC's Tim done this after a group of over 20 State lawmakers criticized the vaccine roll out this week. But down in the cave, which has the largest senior population in Massachusetts, with more than 27,000 residents over 75 years old. Distribution has been as low as 975 doses per week to Barnstable County. On Thursday. Kate caught state Senator Julian Seer criticized Governor Baker saying he continues to leave the Cape, unable to access the vaccine on Friday found with town manager Julian Suso sent a letter to the governor, saying the current allocation of vaccines to the region is quote woefully inadequate, adding that over 4000 found with residents are over the age of 75. The Army's Board of Selectmen also penned a letter to the governor, citing the low distribution the Barnstable County and the lack of a mass vaccination site on Cape Cod. Tim done WBZ, Boston's news radio, and a new study takes up the issue of getting Children what they currently do not have, which is an effective covert 19 vaccine of the two vaccines currently available in the United States. Neither is recommended for Children under 16 in the UK Oxford University, announcing its extending the study of its cove in 19 vaccine with AstraZeneca..

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04:57 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Businesses helping an 18 year old hockey player left paralyzed following an accident on the ice. Two people are dead, another seriously injured after a fire breaks out in a triple decker last night on Jock have in Worcester. Officials are offering a reward for information leading to the location and arrest of a message juice. It's man and connection to the murder of a Yale student now back to our top story. The Senate reaching a deal to skip witness testimony in the impeachment trial. The agreement, averting a prolong, try allow and setting up closing arguments from both sides today. It was a lot of confusion this morning and senators voting earlier in the day to adjourn while they tried to work out a deal. Closing arguments are now underway. Senators agreeing to accept new information from a GOP congresswoman about Trump's actions the day of the capital siege in closing arguments, House manager David Cellini from Rhode Island Arguing then President Trump had to have known Mike Pence was in danger before posting a tweet attacking him. Does it strike you as credible? Nobody. Not a single person informed the president at his vice president has been evacuated or that the president Didn't glance at the television or his Twitter account. Acquittal still still seems likely underscored by news today that Republican leader Mitch McConnell does plan to acquit President Trump Former President Trump and we've learned new details today about a shouting match between the House Republican leader and the former president on January 6th. When the capital was under attack. ABC is Rachel Scott has more from Capitol Hill, a source familiar telling ABC News Republican leader Kevin McCarthy and Donald Trump got into a shouting match and the insurrection was unfolding. The source says McCarthy was on the phone with Trump pleading with him to tell his supporters to stand down, telling him he heard gunfire outside the House chamber. But Trump allegedly responded. Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more of set about the election than you are. Final vote in the impeachment trial could come as early as five o'clock tonight. We'll bring you the very latest on this historic trial throughout the day. Right here in WBC news radio 10 30. The work in Washington continues on President Joe Biden's $1.9 Trillion Covert relief plan. CBS is Ed O'Keefe has more on that over in the house. They were working on that on that code word relief plan. That work will continue in the coming week, and it's expected Democrats will approve it in in the next two weeks, you know, then head over to the Senate one key Republican Susan Collins of Maine, signal this week that she'd been in touch with the president. About finding a way still to get Republicans to support the plan. President Biden met with governors yesterday to discuss his plan, while most of us have to book an appointment to get a vaccination, But some local veterans have to just show up. WBZ is Matt Sheer explains Bridge to Value is the nurse manager in the covert unit at the West Roxbury via getting vaccinated was a no brainer for her. I was so excited. It was like Christmas morning. I was just so giddy the night before for both doses. Now she gets to spread the joy. The local veterans of a has teamed up with the city of Boston to launch a walk in clinic here at the Dorchester V. F. W Maybe that Jim Holland for Milton gives it rave reviews. I can't say enough about the job they did in there, you know, again, 26 years in the Navy, that's probably as organized as any evolution I ever saw in the Navy. Jim says he's ready to get back to a somewhat normal life, and Bryn sees the light at the end of the tunnel. It feels hopeful for the first time and in a year match your WBZ Boston's news radio, a growing number of local elected officials on Cape Cod, are joining state lawmakers and criticizing Governor Baker on the state's vaccine rollout. WBC's Tim Dunn has that this after a group of over 20 state lawmakers criticized the vaccine roll out this week. But down in the cave, which has the largest senior population of Massachusetts, with more than 27,000 residents over 75 years old distribution has been as low as 975 doses per week to Barnstable County. On Thursday, Kate Claude State Senator Julian Seer criticized Governor Baker saying he continues to leave the Cape unable to access the vaccine. On Friday found with town manager Julian Suso sent a letter to the governor, saying the current allocation of vaccines to the region is quote woefully inadequate, adding that over 4000 found with residents are over the age of 75. The Army's Board of Selectmen also penned a letter to the governor setting the low distribution the Barnstable County and the lack of a mass vaccination site on Cape Cod. Tim done WBZ Boston's news radio. You're listening to W b z 10 31 7.9 ht two available everywhere within my heart Ready lap now number one for podcasting and on hundreds of devices like Alexa Google Home X box and so knows.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Virus. We can test though its efficacy did drop against the South Africa variant on all of this is playing out as the CDC now projects next month, we will eclipse half a million American lives lost to Cove in 19. We already lost 90,000 this month alone. Benefits of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine include that it only requires one dose, as opposed to Madonna advisers to dose inoculations and that it can be stored in a regular refrigerator. Meanwhile, on the Cape Health officials say the state's vaccine rollout has made it difficult to get residents vaccinated. WBC's Tim done reports of ailments Town manager Julian Suso says the vaccine supply is low in the state is giving little notice and how much will be available and when for what he says is now a confusing process. Over in Sandwich officials say the town could not commit to covert vaccine clinics for its more than 2000 residents over the age of 75. Fire chief John Burke says the state supply isn't nearly enough amount of vaccines and we've been told by the state we're going to receive per week is 100. At that rate, he says it would take years to vaccinate the entire town, talking a year and a half two years at that drip rate of vaccines to vaccinate that subset population. Those problems stretch across the Cape. As Barnstable County says. In addition to a low vaccine supply, their help line is still being flooded by senior citizens confused and had a book an appointment. Him done. WBZ Boston's news radio as Chicago attempts to open kindergarten through eighth grade for in person learning. On Monday, there's still no deal between the public school District and the teachers Union. Chicago Teachers Union executive Board member Quentin Washington says it's not safe for teachers to return yet. Everybody wants to be back in the building. Nobody is saying don't go back to school. But what we are saying is doing faith. He accuses the schools of forcing school staff to choose their livelihood over their lives, saying thousands of workers lived with people who are at high risk. It's 2 21. When we predict the storm is on the way up. We need some scrapers. Probably one or two of those. We'll track the storms give you the latest time frame. So for the sidewalk and the impact on.

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

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"To the upside with Jordan a dose of good news because it is a big world out there. Unfortunately, it's also a rather dirty world in some places, But people in Tennessee are doing their part to clean things up. They were all told to clean up. Our desks are sock drawers are e mail cache, but to keep the Tennessee River beautiful campaign started to clean up something a little bigger. The Tennessee River They let a cleanup in October, collecting £4800 of trash. And in the last couple of weeks, 25 volunteers over three days removed an additional £9000 of trash with the help of an aluminum work boat, literally dredging the mess up. Three river miles were adopted by volunteers who want to keep this work going in their plan is to collect £100,000 of trash from the river by the end of this year. This is a fine reminder that pitching in with your neighbors is always going to mean more success. Well done, Tennessee. And that's the upside with Jordan WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 11 a 26. Officials in a number of Cape Cod town say the Bay State's rollout of covert 19 vaccines has made it very challenging to get the shots. Velma's town manager Julian Suso, says the vaccine supply is low in the state is giving little notice and how much will be available and when for what he says, is now a confusing process over in Sandwich officials say the town could not commit to covert vaccine clinics for its more than 2000 residents over the age of 75. Fire chief John Burke says the state supply isn't nearly enough amount of vaccines and we've been told by the state we're going to receive per week is 100. At that rate, he says it would take years to vaccinate the entire town, talking a year and a half two years at that drip rate of vaccines to vaccinate that subset population. Those problems stretch across the Cape. As Barnstable County says. In addition to a low vaccine supply, their help line is still being flooded by senior citizens confused and had a book an appointment. Him done. WBZ Boston's news radio president, Joe Biden continues to push for passage of a $1.9 trillion covert 19 relief bill. That measure includes $160 billion for vaccinations and testing, along with ongoing health for small businesses. ABC News Senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce tells us what the president and his Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, think should happen next President Biden, they have to abandon his hopes for a bipartisan.

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"As a crazed mob religiously assaults officers trying to keep them from getting inside the capital's officers who were there describing utter pandemonium, they look like a medieval battle scene. Um there's some of the most brutal combat I've ever ever encountered The scenes so chaotic the mob so hell bent that rioters trampled. The woman identified as Roseanne Bolin later died. BBC's chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, reporting. Ah, covert 19 vaccine in the pipeline is showing some very good results. Novavax Reporting that preliminary data from a U K study shows it is 89% effective. Stanley ERK is Novavax CEO started just after Christmas. It's designed and have vaccinated 30,000 people in the trial, and I think we're a little over 16,000 right now. Expectation is that trial will be fully recruited s somewhere in the early to mid February and a promising sign for another covert 19 vaccine still in development. With Johnson and Johnson, who says it's single shot vaccine is 66%, effective at preventing symptomatic disease 85% effective against preventing severe illness. Vaccines from Fizer and Moderna. Both are reporting about a 95% success rate against symptomatic disease, but they require two shots. Doctor Damn. Arush, one of the vaccines, developers tells ABC News that Americans likely won't be able to choose which vaccine they received, but says all three are reliable options. All these vaccines appear to be safe and highly effective, and so right now the most important thing is for people to get vaccinated. I think it's less important about the the different pros and cons amongst the different vaccines. Right now. We're in a situation where we need to protect lives and down to the Cape, where officials in a number of Cape Cod towns say the state's role out of covert vaccines has made it Challenging to get the shots in Vail meth town manager Julian Suso says the vaccine supply is low in the state is giving little notice and how much will be available and when for what he says, is now a confusing process over and sandwich officials say the town could not commit to covert vaccine clinics for its more than 2000 residents over the age of 75. Fire chief John Burke says the state supply isn't nearly enough amount of vaccines and we've been told by the state we're going to receive per week is 100. At that rate, he says it would take years to vaccinate the entire town, talking a year and a half two years at that drip rate of vaccines to vaccinate that subset population. Those problems stretch across the Cape. As Barnstable County says. In addition to a low vaccine supply, their help line is still being flooded by senior citizens confused and had a book an appointment. Him done. WBZ. Boston's news radio Staying informed is.

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"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:55 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For a bipartisan covert relief bill. I support passing Cobra relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but the covertly past the past There's no offensive, but but Republicans argued the price tag is just too steep, many asking what's the rush since they just passed a $900 billion package last month, But today in the Oval Office, Biden and his new Treasury secretary insisted the need is there. There's not more help. Many more people will lose their small businesses. Roofs over their hands and the ability to feed their families, and Biden says Congress needs to act now on his proposal. Former Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy has a new Gigi's doing commentary on CNN. Making his debut appearance yesterday, talking about efforts by Democrats in Washington to pass a covert 19 relief package. This comes a day after he said he has no plans to run for office again any time soon. He's also launched a new initiative called the Groundwork Project, aimed in part at supporting Political races, considered unwinnable by the Democratic Party can be lost in his effort last year to oust fellow Democrat incumbent U. S. Senator Ed Markey. Well, it seems like just about everybody is pretty stressed out about getting their hands on a covert 19 vaccine and get it into their arms whose WBC's Karen Regal It's a very hard thing to hand over all your control and we don't have control right now. We have no control on making the vaccine when will get it? And who's going to give it to us. All of this is a wonderful recipe for anxiety soup. Dr. Todd Marconi from Boston University suggests breaking down this huge problem Cove it death economic issues when the kids get back to school and two small, manageable steps. Remembering what you can control well, now I can live my life, go back to trying to deal with this pandemic and manage things, the best that I can given the circumstances. Karen Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio and a promising sign for another covert 19 vaccine that is still in development. Johnson and Johnson says it's single shot vaccine is 66%, effective at preventing symptomatic disease 85% effective against preventing severe illness. The vaccines from five grand more journal. Both report about a 95% success rate, but they require two shots. Dr. Dan Veru sh one of the vaccines, developers with Johnson and Johnson tells ABC News that Americans likely will not be able to choose which vaccine they received, but says all three how reliable all these vaccines appear to be safe and highly effective. And so right now the most important thing is for people to get vaccinated. I think it's less important about the the different pros and cons amongst the different vaccines. Right now. We're in a situation where we need to protect lives now down to the Cape, where officials in a number of Cape Cod towns Say the state's role out of covert vaccines has made it challenging to get shots taken care of for their residents in fail, Miss Town manager Julian Suso says the vaccine supply is low in the state is giving little notice and how much will be available. And when for what he says is now a confusing process over and sandwich officials say the town could not commit to covert vaccine clinics for its more than 2000 residents over the age of 75. Fire chief John Burke says the state supply isn't nearly enough. The amount of vaccines and we've been told by the state we're going to receive per week is 100. At that rate, he says It would take years to vaccinate the entire town, talking a year and a half two years at that drip rate of vaccines to vaccinate that subset population. Those problems stretch across the Cape. As Barnstable County says. In addition to a low vaccine supply, their help line is still being flooded by senior citizens confused and had a book an appointment. Him done. WBZ Boston's news.

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"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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04:46 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A more partisan process. Republican Senator Rob Portman, just $25 million is very bold of me, and now they want to do another 25. That'd be great. But let's put the 1st 25 1st budget resolution could start as early as next week without bipartisan support. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's willing to move ahead by using the budget reconciliation process to pass from the new administration's covert 19 priorities. As the liquid Terra. ABC NEWS Washington officials in a number of Cape Cod towns say the state's rollout of covert vaccines has made a challenging to get residents vaccinated and failed. This town manager Julian Suso says the vaccine supply is low in the state is giving little notice and how much will be available and when for what he says is now a confusing process over and sandwich officials say the town could not commit to covert vaccine clinics for its more than 2000 residents over the age of 75. Fire chief John Burke says the state supply isn't nearly enough. The amount of vaccines and we've been told by the state we're going to receive per week is 100. At that rate, he says It would take years to vaccinate the entire town, talking a year and a half two years at that drip rate of vaccines to vaccinate that subset population. Those problems stretch across the Cape. As Barnstable County says. In addition to a low vaccine supply, their help line is still being flooded by senior citizens confused and had a book an appointment. Him done WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, other promising development for one of the cove in 19 vaccine Still in development, it's Johnson and Johnson, claiming that their single shot vaccine is 66% effective at preventing the disease. 85% effective against preventing severe illness, although other vaccines from five year in modern herbal for port about a 95% success rate against disease. Dr Dan Bruce, one of the vaccines, developers tells ABC. Johnson and Johnson's vaccine has its pros, though, including convenient transportation and storage requirements, which could reach regions without equipment needed for Fizer and modernize facts. He has been developed as a single shot vaccine that does not require sub zero freezing. So we feel that those parameters will facilitate the rapid and extensive roll out of this vaccine both in our country and abroad. The company will Request emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration as early as next month. Frustration growing from million's trying to sign up online for a covert vaccine on Lee Divine that they can't in Bethesda, Maryland. Larry Fall, thought he was getting his covert vaccine today, but we had an appointment confirmed and we were told that only one a was going to be used today, and we were turned around and said, do not come back today because you're not going to get a shot. Larry spent hours on a Maryland site finding and getting his appointment only to discover a glitch confirmed him when it shouldn't like millions, he's starting again. From scratch. And you feel the ABC News Washington? Well, it seems like everyone is getting kind of worked up about getting their hands on a vaccine. WBC's Karen Regal spoke with an expert in anxiety. It's a very hard thing to hand over all your control and we don't have control right now. We have no control on making the vaccine when will get it and who's going to give it to us? All of this is a wonderful recipe for anxiety soup. Dr. Todd Marconi from Boston University suggests breaking down this huge problem Cove it death economic issues when the kids get back to school. Into small, manageable steps, remembering what you can control. Well, now I can live my life and go back to trying to deal with this pandemic. Manage things, the best that I can given the circumstances. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, and now many health experts are saying it's time to double mask, especially with several Corona virus variants circulating, But not all doctors agree with that. KCNC televisions. Jeff Todd spoke to one expert in Denver. Double masking has come because Mass don't fit. I'm sure you've tried different ones, and some of them just you know, you just feel like Oh, this is terrible Doctor May Chu has been studying personal protective equipment for years. When you double mast, you actually create more resistance and you don't want to. Use it because you can't breathe. So you have to find that comfort. But the main thing is to wear something that's comfortable that fits where you reduce the leakage. She's seen political leaders and others start doubling up in recent weeks. It says the science shows one good mask works. The center for Disease Control is currently studying the effectiveness of double masks. They have not yet released data to support whether it's better. And using a single mask. Everyone wants.

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05:19 min | 3 years ago

"julian suso" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With support from Republicans if we get it, but the covertly past the past, there's no offensive. But but Republicans argued the price tag is just too steep, many asking what's the rush since they just passed a $900 billion package last month, But today in the Oval Office, Biden and his new Treasury secretary insisted the need is there. There's not more help. Many more people will lose their small businesses, roofs over their heads and the ability to feed their families and President Biden says Congress needs to act now. Former Massachusetts congressman Joe Kennedy has a new gig, offering commentary on CNN News that he made his debut appearance yesterday, talking about efforts by Democrats in Washington to pass that Cove in 19 relief package. This move comes a day after he said that he has no plans to run for office again any time soon, And he also launched a new initiative called the Groundwork Project, which is aimed in part, it's supporting political races that are considered unwinnable by the Democratic Party. Kennedy lost his effort last year to oust fellow Democrat incumbent Senator Edward Markey. It seems that most everyone is pretty stressed out about getting their hands on a covert 19 vaccine. These days, WBC's Karen Regal spoke with an expert in anxiety on how to deal with it all. It's a very hard thing to hand over all your control and we don't have control right now we have no control on making the vaccine when will get it? And who's going to give it to us. All of this is a wonderful recipe for anxiety soup. Dr. Todd Marconi from Boston University suggests breaking down this huge problem Cove it death economic issues when the kids get back to school and two small, manageable steps. Remembering what you can control. Now I can live my life, go back to trying to deal with this pandemic and manage things, the best that I can given the circumstances. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 5 18 promising sign for another coded 19 vaccine that is still in development. Johnson and Johnson says it it's single shot vaccine, a 66% effective at preventing symptomatic disease 85% effective when it comes to preventing severe illness. Vaccines from Visor and Moderna. Both report roughly 95 efficacy rate against symptomatic disease, but they both required two shots. A doctor Dan Maruge, one of the vaccines, developers, tells ABC News that Americans likely will not be able to choose which vaccine they received. But he says that all three are reliable options. These vaccines appear to be safe and highly effective. And so right now, the most important thing is for people to get vaccinated. I think it's less important about the the different pros and cons amongst the different vaccines. Right now. We're in a situation where we need to protect lives. And officials in a number of Cape Cod town say that the state's rollout of covert vaccines has made it challenging to get the shots. WBC's Tim done without stand fail, Miss Town manager Julian Suso says the vaccine supply is low in the state is giving little notice and how much will be available and when for what he says is now a confusing process over in Sandwich officials say the town could not commit to covert vaccine clinics for its more than 2000 residents over the age of 75. Fire chief John Burke says the state supply isn't nearly enough. The amount of vaccines and we've been told by the state we're going to receive per week is 100. At that rate, he says It would take years to vaccinate the entire town, talking a year and a half two years at that drip rate of vaccines to vaccinate that subset population. Those problems stretch across the Cape. As Barnstable County says. In addition to a low vaccine supply, their help line is still being flooded by senior citizens confused and had a book an appointment. I'm done. WBZ, Boston's news radio and now with several Corona virus variants circulating in the U. S. Some health experts are saying that it's time to double up on masks. But you know what? The jury is still out on that. Not all doctors agree. Kcnc TV s Jeff Todd spoke with one expert in Denver. The double masking has come because Mass don't fit. I'm sure you've tried different ones. Some of them just you know, you just feel like Oh, this is terrible Doctor May Chu has been studying personal protective equipment for years. When you double mast. You actually create more resistance and you don't want to use it because you can't breathe. So you have to find that comfort, But the main thing is to wear something that's comfortable that fits where you reduce the leakage. She's seen political leaders and others start doubling up in recent weeks. It says the science shows one good mask works. The CDC right now is studying the effectiveness of double masks. It has not yet released any hard data to support whether it's better than using a single mask. The hunt is on for the person who left behind bombs on January 5th the night before the riot at the U. S. Capitol. Authorities say that it shows that it was a well planned and coordinated attack. And another search continues for the rioters who trampled a woman to death while trying to storm the capital fury and the utter lawlessness unfolding on January 6 as a crazed mob religiously assaults officers.

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