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"karla duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

09:45 min | 9 months ago

"karla duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"As early as this weekend evenly CBS news Monday British airline virgin Atlantic will cut more than three thousand jobs in the United Kingdom the company will also and its operation at London's Gatwick airport Tuesday's announcement comes as airlines weigh the cost of the pandemic the outbreak has brought airports worldwide to a standstill virgin Atlantic says jobs will be lost across the board the company's chief executive called the virus devastating and added quote now is the time for further action to reduce our costs preserve cash and to protect as many jobs as possible any type of insect has arrived in the US and its sting is strong enough to kill a human Chris Martinez tells us about so called murder Hornets and what experts say they're hunting he looks like something out of a horror film with a name to match this giant insect nicknamed the murder Hornet is making a new home here in the U. S. it comes straight out of Hollywood in terms of what you think an evil alien might look like biological sciences professor James nice says the invasive Hornet species which originates in Asia is especially troubling for honey bees the Hornets hunt for food in bee hives and can wipe out high value in just a few hours decapitating the bees in the process an infestation could be devastating for beekeepers the giant Hornets have caused millions of dollars worth of crop damage in France these types of predators are largely generalist so they're not only looking for honey bees I'll be looking for native bumblebees or anything else that they can kind of catch but what makes the Hornets even more terrifying is the threat they pose to humans their stings can deliver nearly seven times the amount of venom as a honey bee strong enough to kill though they rarely attack unprovoked they actually formed as a delicacy in Asia and it is something for for those farmers to have to be very careful of the insect was first sighted in Washington state in December and scientists say the Hornets lifecycle begins in April after the queen wakes up from hibernation state officials there have set up traps in hopes of slowing their spread Chris Martinez CBS Los Angeles we're going to take a quick break we'll be right back with the rest of your days news your streaming CVS at CBS news always on put this in perspective about how worried we should be we're gonna share the newest numbers and critical information on the outbreak Duce is tracking the plight of the restaurant business glad you've been talking to doctors what are they saying to you about their experiences names in politics what news do we have the capacity to deal with what is coming based on the questions you want answered are you looking out of bail out and you want the American people through what happens next are you saying you did not ever hear of such a deal do you need to level with the American people the nation with Margaret joining us now is Dr Anthony Fauci should we be advising people to wear masks great question making sense of our world the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell on CBS doctors and scientists in a race against time to cure corona virus every will show how close they are to a queue or on the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell U. S. stocks rose again Tuesday as investors see signs of the economy beginning to reopen the Dow closed up more than one hundred thirty points the S. and P. five hundred rose nearly twenty six points and the nasdaq saw a ninety eight point game several states have begun to loosen restrictions and reopen businesses including California Georgia Florida and Texas the national institutes of health is launching a study to learn more about how the corona virus affects children well most kids have milder symptoms than adults not all of them do Dr terror rule reports I would never in it it should you have to be in city and be in the hospital sixteen year old karla Duarte is a corona virus survivor the high school junior from New York is one of the relatively few children in the U. S. to have severe complications from cove in nineteen her numbers when I think probing asked again level was not improving doctors told Carla's mom Anna they had one treatment option left in ECMO machine which pumps and oxygen it's the patient's blood outside the body when they told me about the machine they said you know this is fifty eight after seven days on ECMO and five more on a ventilator harmless condition finally improved she was sent home after twenty one days in the hospital you never had any medical problems no serious cases like Carlos are rare complicating the efforts of investigators we have much less experience because the children are just getting less six so there are many fewer children interacting with the healthcare system and being tested Dr Tina harder to a Vanderbilt school of medicine is leading a new NIH study remotely monitoring about two thousand children and their families in eleven cities nationwide she says that more data should be collected before a decision is made to send kids back to summer camp or school I think it's really risky today's decisions about this based on the fact that children get less sick from this virus because that does not equal children being less likely to transmit the virus we're not completely sure what are the risk factors for why these children get sick with Kobe Dr Adrian Randolph is leading a separate CDC funded study at Boston children's hospital what are some of the interesting or different presentations that you've seen in children with over nineteen it scattered reports what they're seeing is cardiac dysfunction so that their hearts not working as well as it should and I'm domino pain is often part of the presentation twelve year old Juliet daily went into cardiac arrest after arriving at a New Orleans emergency room did you two minutes of CPR on her and then they got it back thank god her mom says she tested positive for the corona virus and another viral infection she was in the ICU for ten days before recovering what message would you want to give other families regarding children and the risk of cold it be vigilant Herschel it can become very severe in less than a day Dr Karen Rula CBS news New York people have been finding new ways to connect with friends family and even strangers while staying home Nancy chan shows us an app that pairs people from across the world through a simple phone call hello seven dollars has been getting to know people from all over the country without leaving her Saint Louis Missouri home I was really fascinated with how easy it was for me to find something to talk about with people who I have no no comments it's all through quarantine chat a new app connecting strangers through phone calls at unscheduled times co creator Danielle Baskin says the conversations are meant to replicate life's more serendipitous moments if you're in isolation right now which is like so much of the world you're missing out on those random encounters I'm talking to a neighbor talking to an interesting person to train your staff the average call is about twenty seven minutes but some last as long as four hours the app has options for twenty five languages with five thousand users and a hundred in eighty three countries and there's people in Ghana and Japan and Germany and the Netherlands Australia New Zealand users have the option of choosing themes like discussing books or sharing memories but they can also start by describing what they see outside their window and take it from there the calls are encrypted nothing is recorded and no phone numbers are exchanged it's just two people connecting it definitely reminds me that yeah there are people everywhere who are going through the exact same thing where I am maybe slightly different but it just makes you feel more comfortable it still does the world is still turning that's very cool using randomness to bring a little more order in these uncertain times needs each and CBS news New York police in Colombia threw a birthday party for a woman who turned one hundred ten on Friday I need a real Haas downstairs officers serenaded her with a merry achi style version of Happy Birthday her family says his fighter H. is a sharp mind takes care of herself and she is considerable strength party goers counted all the way up to one hundred ten in her honor Happy Birthday to her that is terrific well here's a look at some of the stories will be covering in our next hour the U. K. hits a grim milestone becoming Europe's hardest hit country from the corona virus plus.

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"karla duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"karla duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"For me to bumble bees or anything else that they can kind of catch but what makes the Hornets even more terrifying is the threat they pose to humans their stings can deliver nearly seven times the amount of venom as a honey bee strong enough to kill though they rarely attack unprovoked they actually formed as a delicacy in Asia and it is something for for those farmers to have to be very careful of the insect was first sighted in Washington state in December and scientists say the Hornets lifecycle begins in April after the queen wakes up from hibernation state officials there have set up traps in hopes of slowing their spread Chris Martinez CBS Los Angeles we're going to take a quick break we'll be right back with the rest of your days news your streaming CVS at CBS news always on put this in perspective about how worried we should be we're gonna share the newest numbers and critical information on the outbreak land your DJ is tracking the plight of the restaurant business glad you've been talking to doctors what are they saying to you about their experiences names in politics what do we have the capacity to deal with what is coming face the questions you want answered are you looking out of bail out and you want the American people through what happens next are you saying you did not ever hear of such a deal do you need to level with the American people face the nation with Margaret joining us now is Dr Anthony Fauci should we be advising people to wear masks great question making sense of our world the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell on CBS doctors and scientists in a race against time to cure corona virus every show how close they are racing towards your on the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell U. S. stocks rose again Tuesday as investors see signs of the economy beginning to reopen the Dow closed up more than one hundred thirty points the S. and P. five hundred rose nearly twenty six points and the nasdaq saw a ninety eight point game several states have begun to loosen restrictions and reopen businesses including California Georgia Florida and Texas the national institutes of health is launching a study to learn more about how the corona virus affects children well most kids have milder symptoms than adults not all of them do Dr terror rule reports I would never think it should be into B. and B. in sixteen year old karla Duarte is a corona virus survivor the high school junior from New York is one of the relatively few children in the U. S. to have severe complications from cove in nineteen her numbers when I think probing asked again level was not improving doctors told Carla's mom Anna they had one treatment option left in ECMO machine which pumps and oxygen needs the patient's blood outside the body when they told me about the machine they said you know this is after seven days on ECMO and five more on a ventilator Carla's condition finally.

"karla duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

08:49 min | 9 months ago

"karla duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"They'll be looking for native bumblebees or anything else that they can kind of catch but what makes the Hornets even more terrifying is the threat they pose to humans their stings can deliver nearly seven times the amount of venom as a honey bee strong enough to kill though they rarely attack unprovoked they actually formed as a delicacy in Asia and it is something for for those farmers to have to be very careful of the insect was first sighted in Washington state in December and scientists say the Hornets lifecycle begins in April after the queen wakes up from hibernation state officials there have set up traps in hopes of slowing their spread Chris Martinez CBS Los Angeles we are going to take a quick break we'll be right back with the rest of your days news your streaming CVS at CBS news always on sixty years we went from about a hundred thousand factory workers to probably about seven off in the distance you can see some factors are still humming most of them are just kind of invented the restaurant industry right now is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in America and yet it continues to be the absolute lowest paying employer in the United States fairly anybody's making enough to live you're donating plasma to get by it's literally a slave wage I don't remember growing up like this my mom didn't have to go to food banks it's pretty sad of the earth right now we got something crazy there we are yes it's my company Hey this is pretty fun wait there's more experience okay the idea of being a human being innovative look through a telescope because there's always something new under the sun on CBS Sunday morning put this in perspective about how worried we should be we're gonna share the newest numbers and critical information on the outbreak DJ is tracking the wind of the restaurant business glad you've been talking to doctors what are they saying to you about their experiences U. S. stocks rose again Tuesday as investors see signs of the economy beginning to reopen the Dow closed up more than one hundred thirty points the S. and P. five hundred rose nearly twenty six points and the nasdaq saw a ninety eight point gain several states have begun to loosen restrictions and reopen businesses including California Georgia Florida and Texas the national institutes of health is launching a study to learn more about how the corona virus affects children well most kids have milder symptoms than adults not all of them do Dr terror rule reports I would never think that you have to be in the city and be in the hospital sixteen year old karla Duarte is a corona virus survivor the high school junior from New York is one of the relatively few children in the U. S. to have severe complications from cove in nineteen her numbers when I think probing asked again level was not improving doctors told Carla's mom Anna they had one treatment option left in ECMO machine which pumps and oxygen needs the patient's blood outside the body when they told me about the machine they said you know this is after seven days on ECMO and five more on a ventilator harmless condition finally improved she was sent home after twenty one days in the hospital you never had any medical problems before that serious cases like Carlos are rare complicating the efforts of investigators we have much less experience because the children are just getting lost six so there are many fewer children interacting with the healthcare system and being tested Dr Tina harder to a Vanderbilt school of medicine is leading a new NIH study remotely monitoring about two thousand children and their families in eleven cities nationwide she says that more data should be collected before a decision is made to send kids back to summer camp or school I think it's really risky to base decisions about this based on the fact that children get less sick from this virus because that does not equal children being less likely to transmit the virus we're not completely sure what are the risk factors for why these children get sick with Kobe and Dr Adrian Randolph is leading a separate CDC funded study at Boston children's hospital what are some of the interesting or different presentations that you've seen in children with over nineteen it scattered reports what they're seeing is cardiac dysfunction so that their hearts not working as well as it should and I'm domino pain is often part of the presentation twelve year old Juliet daily went into cardiac arrest after arriving at a New Orleans emergency room did you two minutes of CPR on her they got it back thank god her mom says she tested positive for the corona virus and another viral infection she was in the ICU for ten days before recovering what message would you want to give other families regarding children and the risk of cold it be vigilant be careful it can become very severe in less than a day Dr Karen Rula CBS news New York people have been finding new ways to connect with friends family and even strangers while staying home Nancy chan shows us an app that pairs people from across the world through a simple phone call hello seven dollars has been getting to know people from all over the country without leaving her Saint Louis Missouri home I was really fascinated with how easy it was for me to find something to talk about with people who I have no no one thing in common it's all through quarantine chat a new app connecting strangers through phone calls at unscheduled times co creator Danielle Baskin says the conversations are meant to replicate life's more serendipitous moments if you're in isolation right now which is like so much of the world you're missing out on those random encounters talking to a neighbor talking to an interesting person to train your staff the average call is about twenty seven minutes but some last as long as four hours the app has options for twenty five languages with five thousand users and a hundred in eighty three countries and there's people in Ghana and Japan and Germany and the Netherlands Australia New Zealand users have the option of choosing themes like discussing books or sharing memories but they can also start by describing what the C. outside their window and take it from there the calls are encrypted nothing is recorded and no phone numbers are exchanged it's just two people connecting it definitely reminds me that yeah there are people everywhere who are going through the exact same thing where I am maybe slightly different but it just makes you feel it more complicated than it still does the world is still turning that's very cool using randomness to bring a little more order in these uncertain times ET Jan CBS news New York police in Colombia threw a birthday party for a woman who turned one hundred ten on Friday I need a real Haas downstairs officers serenaded her with a merry achi style version of Happy Birthday her family says his fighter H. is a sharp mind takes care of herself and she is considerable strength party goers counted all the way up to one hundred ten in her honor Happy Birthday to her that is terrific well here's a look at some of the stories will be covering in our next hour the U. K. hits a grim milestone becoming Europe's hardest hit country from the corona virus plus.

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"karla duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

13:13 min | 9 months ago

"karla duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Surprised that Republicans who are up for reelection in difficult states are not doing more to distance themselves from the presence in corona very they are so afraid of distancing themselves from the president because he's vindictive and his bases vindictive that they hurt themselves all the time okay thanks everybody Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer giving us an update on corona virus in the federal government's response we have much more news to get to stay with us your streaming CVS sixty years we went from about a hundred thousand factory workers to probably about seven that off in the distance you can see some factors are still humming most of them are just kind of invented the restaurant industry right now is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in America and yet it continues to be the absolute lowest paying employer in the United States fairly anybody's making enough to live you're donating plasma to get by it's literally a slave wage I don't remember growing up like this my mom didn't have to go to food banks it's pretty sad of the earth right now something crazy and there we are yes it's my company Hey this is pretty fun wait there's more experience the idea of being a human being innovative look through a telescope and go because there's always something new under the sun on CBS Sunday morning put this in perspective about how worried we should be we're gonna share the newest numbers and critical information on the outbreak DJ is tracking the plight of the restaurant business glad you've been talking to doctors what are they saying to you about their experiences the server market chains are beginning to limit how much meat consumers can buy supplies are running short after corona virus outbreaks and some meat processing plants cause shutdowns or dean Reynolds reports and how employees are returning to work after the president ordered plants to stay open JBS plants sanitation facility are among the meat processors partially re opening this week JBS says it will ramp up safety precautions while Tyson says workplaces will be retrofitted with partitions and thermometers we have secured the personal protective equipment for Smithfield and we also will make sure the contact tracing happens as well so to go to governor Christie gnome is providing equipment and free testing to the Smithfield pork plant in Sioux falls where more than eight hundred workers tested positive for the virus if we don't take control of the meat processing plants obviously is here until how entire communities getting sick thank you for Wednesday's executive director of the rural community workers alliance in Missouri is suing Smithfield alleging workers were not properly protected and there are still some areas where the workers are proudly Smithfield issued a statement saying in part it has a policy of not commenting on the specifics of pending litigation we are doing everything in our power to help protect our team members from covert nineteen in the workplace Smithfield says there will be new protocols including physical barriers between workers plus temperature checks do you think that there's going to be more of these plants though were they just have to shut them down because these are turning into hot spots well they should close it down you get one to prevent its spread in these vitals they should not be working that supermarkets are hoping to avoid what they call panic buying by placing those limits on the sale of meat but experts say there are going to be shortages anyway because the plants will not come back online all at once dean Reynolds CBS news Highland Park Illinois Weiser says that it started testing an experimental vaccine to combat covert nineteen on human participants in the US that pharmaceutical companies working alongside German drug company bio and tech the they they began human trials of the potential vaccine late last month in Germany if the trials are successful and regulators approve the drug it could be available for emergency use by September the national institutes of health is conducting a study to learn more about how cool that nineteen is affecting kids most children have milder corona virus symptoms in adults that has doctor Turner rule reports some of inward severe complications I would never in a he instantly and be in the hospital sixteen year old karla Duarte is a corona virus survivor the high school junior from New York is one of the relatively few children in the U. S. to have severe complications from cove in nineteen our numbers when I think probing asked again level was not improving doctors told Carla's mom Anna they had one treatment option left in ECMO machine which pumps and oxygen needs the patient's blood outside the body when they told me about the machine they said you know this is fifty eight after seven days on ECMO and five more on a ventilator Carla's condition finally improved she was sent home after twenty one days in the hospital you never had any medical problems before that serious cases like Carlos are rare complicating the efforts of investigators we have much less experience because the children are just getting lost six so there are many fewer children interacting with the healthcare system and being tested Dr Tina harder to a Vanderbilt school of medicine is leading a new NIH study remotely monitoring about two thousand children and their families in eleven cities nationwide she says that more data should be collected before a decision is made to send kids back to summer camp or school I think it's really risky to base decisions about this based on the fact that children get less sick from this virus because that does not equal children being less likely to transmit the virus we're not completely sure what are the risk factors for why these children get sick with co band Dr Adrian Randolph is leading a separate CDC funded study at Boston children's hospital what are some of the interesting or different presentations that you've seen in children with over ninety eight scattered reports what they're seeing is cardiac dysfunction so that their hearts not working as well as it should and I'm domino pain is often part of the presentation twelve year old Juliet daily went into cardiac arrest after arriving at a New Orleans emergency room they do two minutes of CPR on her and then they got it back thank god her mom says she tested positive for the coronavirus and another viral infection she was in the ICU for ten days before recovering what message would you want to give other families regarding children and the risk of cold it be vigilant Herschel it can become very severe in less than a day Dr tearing a ruler CBS news New York U. S. navy officials say the former commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt road closures on his way back to the U. S. after recovering from corona virus crozier was fired after he spoke out about an outbreak on board the ship now in an exclusive interview with CBS news the Roosevelt's new commanding officer captain Carlos Sergio says that he will not wait for all the crew to clear quarantine before heading back to see we've taken forty five days off from that business is a dangerous business and so we have a lot of training to complete well my last count more than eleven hundred crew members and tested positive for corona virus more than half of the crew is now back on board listen print court convened this morning to hear the arguments in a dispute over HIV aids funding this is the second day arguments have been conducted by telephone due to the pandemic the case is about whether a condition for federal funding imposed organizations fighting HIV aids abroad is constitutional the remote session will continue for another four days some of the remaining cases the High Court will hear include the obamacare contraception mandate and the fight for president trump's financial records you can actually listen to the Supreme Court oral arguments CBS and a second streaming them they start each day at ten AM eastern at CBS news dot com slash Supreme Court CBS news has confirmed more than twenty thousand people who live or work in nursing homes and other long term care facilities have died from covert nineteen nursing home industry is now seeking immunity from lawsuits tied to the outbreak at least fifteen states have passed laws offering some legal protection New York leads the nation in corona virus related nursing home deaths the industry's argue that this is an unprecedented pandemic and nursing facility should not be held responsible for events beyond their control what parts of New Mexico have invoked the riot control act to trying to contain the outbreak especially near the Navajo Nation which is one of the hardest hit from the corona virus nonessential businesses are closing all roads have now been shut down into the city of Gallup much of the city is located on the edge of the Navajo reservation Navajo Nation has the third highest infection rate of any metropolitan area in the US well golden gem has become the latest company to file for bankruptcy protection after struggling with the impact of coronavirus lockdowns more than seven hundred gyms operate around the world under the the gold brand most of which are franchises in last month the company was forced to permanently close about thirty company owned jams due to the outbreak well the company says it plans to restructure the business in order to merge from bankruptcy protection by August we will the United States plans to cut at least thirty four hundred management and administrative positions in October as a corona virus pandemic continues to cripple the travel industry the airline has accepted payment assistance from the U. S. government which bands both job and pay cuts through September thirtieth but with no end in sight to the pandemic United expects the company will be forced to downsize once federal assistance runs out well speaking travel carnival cruise line says it plans to resume trips in August despite being under investigation for its handling of the pandemic will care royal Caribbean is also facing its first lawsuit over the death of one of its crew members Chris vancleave has the latest the wrongful death lawsuit was filed on behalf of twenty seven year old geo co a housekeeping employee from Indonesia the suit claims he contracted covert nineteen on royal Caribbean's symphony of the seas getting sick only after passengers left the ship how prepared with the cruise lines for dealing with code ninety it's very clear that the entire cruise industry dramatically mishandled the entire this operates not only as it relates to passengers but also as a crew member's maritime attorney Michael Winkelman represents the man's family I think had they taken the steps that pretty much every single person around the world seeking I don't think you would be dead today how they implemented proper social distancing quarantines given proper master everybody I think that joke would still be alive today the roughly fifty three billion dollar cruise industry has been in dry dock since mid March after a number of highly publicized corona virus outbreaks polls show more than one in five Americans say it'll be a year or longer before they set foot on a cruise ship but carnival is hoping to restart service on eight vessels from ports in Florida and Texas by late summer saying it submitted a plan to the centers for disease control are there people who actually want to get on a cruise ship right now.

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New York - Study to determine incidence of novel coronavirus infection in U.S. children begins

WBBM Early Afternoon News

01:50 min | 9 months ago

New York - Study to determine incidence of novel coronavirus infection in U.S. children begins

"The national institutes of health is conducting a study to learn more about how cool that nineteen is affecting kids most children have milder corona virus symptoms in adults that has doctor Turner rule reports some of inward severe complications I would never in a he instantly and be in the hospital sixteen year old karla Duarte is a corona virus survivor the high school junior from New York is one of the relatively few children in the U. S. to have severe complications from cove in nineteen our numbers when I think probing asked again level was not improving doctors told Carla's mom Anna they had one treatment option left in ECMO machine which pumps and oxygen needs the patient's blood outside the body when they told me about the machine they said you know this is fifty eight after seven days on ECMO and five more on a ventilator Carla's condition finally improved she was sent home after twenty one days in the hospital you never had any medical problems before that serious cases like Carlos are rare complicating the efforts of investigators we have much less experience because the children are just getting lost six so there are many fewer children interacting with the healthcare system and being tested Dr Tina harder to a Vanderbilt school of medicine is leading a new NIH study remotely monitoring about two thousand children and their families in eleven cities nationwide she says that more data should be collected before a decision is made to send kids back to summer camp or school I think it's really risky to base decisions about this based on the fact that children get less sick from this virus because that does not equal children being less likely to transmit the virus we're not completely sure what are the risk factors for why these children get sick with co

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