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A 6-year-old girl is now the youngest person to die of COVID

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:09 min | Last month

A 6-year-old girl is now the youngest person to die of COVID

"Many kids are going back to school. Now, a six year old little girl has just become the youngest child to die from this my risk in Florida that according to the Department of Health in Florida Florida also just reported two new cases of Kawasaki Disease in Young. Children. So far, eight children in Florida have died from coronavirus pandemic began according to the Tampa Tampa Bay Times. Clearly, kids aren't virtually immune from corona. As the president has said. That's right. We know that children tend to get less ill than adults do but children do get sick they do become hospitalized, and unfortunately some do die and we actually know based on the statistics so far that the disparities that we're seeing in adults with corona virus are also mirrored in children as well. A city study found that African American children are five times more likely to be hospitalized Latino kids eight times more likely to be hospitalized, and we have to take this disease very seriously. Also recognizing that children may even be silent spreaders of covid nineteen.

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Dallas - 4 Children Treated for Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) at Cook Children’s

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:16 min | 4 months ago

Dallas - 4 Children Treated for Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) at Cook Children’s

"Info continues to come in about this new syndrome it's called multi system inflammatory condition cook children's Medical Center for says it's now treated for cases in kids kids Dr Dr Leanne Leanne so so hands hands a a local local expert expert in in internal internal medicine medicine yes yes initially initially there there was was you you know know some some kind kind of of relief relief that that at least children didn't seem to be acquiring severe forms of corona virus unlike influenza where kids can get very very sick and tend to be affected more severely than ten young adults however and financially out of out of New York and then now there's four parts popping up around the country there's this this inflammatory condition it's also known as California's disease our children can get can get quite ill with kind of a systemic illness not not similar to what doctor crying with with with mostly you know pulmonary and infections cardiac issues and and kidney issues California's either behaves somewhat differently in the fax shows up in the skin and can cause kind of a multi park and because systemic inflammatory response where kids can get quite ill it does appear to be affecting a very small minority of kids to get infected with chronic virus there still certain there's still still good data that the majority of kids that acquire coronavirus or either mildly symptomatic or or completely asymptomatic the the concern though is that even the kids that are that are either a symptomatic or mildly symptomatic are still potentially spreaders of the disease to others the and here's the thing that parents really kind of need to just be on the lookout for the strange rash unexplained fevers and kids and you know can consultation with their pediatrician if they're concerned about the potential issues as well as knowing that that child can be infectious even if they're mildly symptomatic so this syndrome that they're calling MSI C. is it the same as Kawasaki's disease or is it just similar to it yet it appears to just be similar to it you know and subscribe to the fore in any of the prior coronaviruses but it behaves very similar to what we call California's disease I think there's a lot more that's going to be learned over the next you know few months about this condition and but you're given that everything is very new and they weren't really describing it as condition and in China or or Italy in two months early countries are affected before the United States got hit hard with those with the disease and is it a highly contagious we don't know yet I mean coronavirus yes it's highly contagious and either if these kids are still talking positive by and PCR naval club and then they are likely still to be to be contagious but they're not they're more contagious than than anyone else that has cover nineteen it's unknown but but overall this virus appears to be highly constructively and so

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Miami Has Cases Of Pediatric ‘Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome’ Tied To COVID-19

Dave Ramsey

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Miami Has Cases Of Pediatric ‘Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome’ Tied To COVID-19

"Vegas a children's hospital in Miami reported what could be one of the first cases in Florida of a rare inflammatory syndrome affecting some kids with the corona virus both kids are in the pediatric ICU but showing signs of improvement New York state's also seeing more cases of this mysterious syndrome affects blood vessels and organs and as symptoms similar to the Kawasaki disease and toxic shock

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COVID-19: What You Need To Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

06:04 min | 4 months ago

COVID-19: What You Need To Know

"This is an ABC news special. Kobe nineteen what you need to know here is. Abc News correspondent. Aaron Katersky as this school year nears an end. Parents wonder about the start of the next academic year. We'll schools welcome kids back. What will the classroom look like or will there still be online? Learning the answers dependent part. On what the virus does to kids and how kids transmit the virus. The World Health Organization said over the weekend that children appear to be less capable of spreading corona virus than adults. The comment came from the. Who's chief scientist? Sumio Swaminathan who appeared on the BBC? What we have seen in countries where schools remained open is that they have not been big outbreaks in schools and where there have been seen associated with we defense. A lot of people gather not in regular classrooms and it's often been associated with Donald who's had infection and who spread it so it does seem from what we know now that children are less capable of spreading it even if they get infection and certainly are very low risk of getting from the Z's for more on what all of this may mean. We're joined by Dr Edith Bradshaw Sanchez. A pediatrician and professor of pediatrics. At Columbia University. What do you make of her comments here? I think some of the reports that we're seen in the comments that were seeing from the. Who are definitely reassuring. I just want more data so a number of things have gone into into these comments from what I understand and there are countries that have opened schools Germany Denmark Some parts of Canada in those countries are not seeing big outbreaks of covert nineteen in children linked to schools which is reassuring but we just need more data. These countries have also done a variety of things to keep kids safe in school Germany. For example we've rent reports that they are having children self test every four days and given a green sticker to kids test negative and allowing them to walk around the school without a mask on some schools are taking temperature. Some schools have introduced a variety of social distancing in hygiene techniques. So so when we look at this at these reports and we we look at the lack of outbreaks linked to children after they were allowed to go back to school. It is reassuring but we have to remember that there are measures that these countries have taken and that we don't have all of the information yet. Really the bottom line is can. My kids hug their grandparents. Yeah I think that's such an interesting point for a long time and longtime in the cove world is a few months for a long time. We've been thinking about children in terms of the risk that they pose to adults. We've been saying okay. Well my kid goes back to school. Can they? Then come home and bring me the corner virus or bring the current virus to to grandma and GRANDPA if they visit in now. Not only. Is it that that is very much too little consideration? But now we're starting to learn for example that there is a new rare but serious complication of covert nineteen seems to affect children very differently than an affects adults. And now I think that the conversation starting to switch to what is the risk to children themselves from Bo Bo from going back to school. What's the answer? I wish I had it but I just don't know we just don't know there are reports for example right there. There is a report of a child. I believe from England who was in the French Alps and then went home. Was In contact with seventy two people that child himself tested positive for current a virus. None of the seventy two people. He came into contact with tested positive. So that was reassuring but then we had another report of a six month old whose parents had couvert nineteen and the child had to be cared for in the hospital and so they were constantly testing this little baby six months old and he shut the virus at very high levels for sixteen days. The data so far has been mixed in. I think that's why it's so important that we collect more data in children and the NIH as you probably have heard launched a study at the beginning of May to follow two thousand families to try to answer this question. What exactly is the rate of transmission? What exactly is the risk to children because we just haven't been collecting the data yet. Pediatric Multi Symptom Inflammatory Syndrome. What do we make of that? Does it matter whether it specifically connected to cove it as the CDC seems to suggest that it is? I do believe that it is linked to covert nineteen. And I'll tell you why. This new syndrome seems to have some characteristics of Kawasaki disease but it also has some characteristics. Overlap toxic shock syndrome. And I'll explain very very briefly Kentucky Diseases and inflammatory condition. It is cost by inflammation and then the the blood vessels in the body are affected. Ultimately different organs can be affected. The one that we worry about is the heart children present with fever with the red. Is the rash The swollen hands feed swollen. Lymph nodes some of the same symptoms that we are now seeing in this new condition but the difference one of the many differences that we're still learning is that these children were presenting with the new syndrome also seemed to have some of those symptoms from toxic shock. They are very sick when they present to care. They sometimes have low blood pressures and signs that there multiple there's multiple organ systems that are affected. And that doesn't go with Kawasaki. Disease it also here before cove it so we can of spectacularly Why are they testing? Summer testing negative for the antibodies and the virus itself. And that is absolutely puzzling. But I think at the end of the day you just sort of have to take a step back and think okay well. Even if it's not linked terrific can't prove it yet for some of these kids remember them majority are testing positive. And where was this before cove

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Doctors we spoke to yesterday said it really well she said no one saw this coming and that seems to be the feeling about this virus that were constantly playing catch up with what's happening what we know so far is that it does seem to this syndrome seems to be occurring in areas where we're experiencing high rates of cold infection so well there's no definitive link yet to covert most experts believe that this is a post viral immune abnormal response in genetically susceptible kids we know that this is happening in kids who were previously healthy it seems to occur within days to weeks after potentially getting infected and it shares these overlap features with toxic shock syndrome and Kawasaki disease where it differs from callous sake is that it's happening in older kids callous sake is usually under the age of five we're also seeing a lot of these gastro intestinal involvement and also a profound involvement of the cardiovascular system where kids are really developing heart failure and heart muscle dysfunction and that can lead to the shock and low blood pressure that these kids are developing mmhm is there an effective treatment well that's one good thing one little silver lining is that it does seem that the treatment for callous sake appears to be effective for these kids and that treatment is IV IG sometimes steroids immune modulators and blood pressure supporting medication so overall if child children develop the syndrome the prognosis seems to be pretty good so what exactly should parents be looking for an or some kids more at risk than others boys versus girls girls versus boys well one really important thing that every expert stressed and I want everyone in the public to hear this is that this is extremely rare so even though we're.

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on WTOP

"To be at risk of contracting an inflammatory condition called Kawasaki disease and for the first time cases have been reported now in our region children's hospital chief of cardiology doctor Charles parole talks about the condition I was talking to these areas of relatively rare condition seen in children predominately not seen in adults and it has a combination of skin conditions with rash fever swollen glands and peeling of the hands and feet which is unusual yeah and what we've seen with this condition is we've been treating it because of the risk of heart complications including coronary artery aneurysms and inflammation of the heart muscle in terms of the relationship to code that's a new finding foreseen in Europe in New York and now we've had two children at children's national that have this callous sake like disease associated with her following their coke in nineteen infection is callous sake disease made more severe by covert nineteen we're not sure if it's made worse by covert nineteen or any other virus or other infection that that may be a trigger for it kallus arc is is been around for at least forty fifty years of first described in Japan by Dr Kallas archy and we've been treating children for this disease usually with good results if they're treated early before the cardiac complications occur it's too soon to know whether the same will be true with callous sake associated with covert infection but we're hopeful and we're using the same treatment that we've used for a callous sake disease in general I think one of the important things will be that these children who have had covert infections bad enough to require hospitalization even if they don't have a recognised cardiac disease should be evaluated by a pediatric cardiologists probably a few weeks after they recover from their called nineteen infection to make sure their coronary arteries in the heart okay there of course have been dozens of these cases reported across the country how concerned should parents should be about this this is still rare and they seem to recover with the treatment they were giving them for callous sake Vicky intravenous gamma globulin and high dose aspirin symptoms that parents should be on the lookout for VMware for fever that lasts more than five days in a row a diffuse rash all over the body red rash redness around the eyes or conjunctivitis read to tongue her cracked lips hander feet swelling which is unusual later on that skin may peel along the fingers and toes along with swollen lymph nodes in the skin peeling in the red cracked lips are sort of hallmarks of callous sake disease along with the prolonged fever this children's hospital chief of cardiology doctor Charles Parul talking Miller Debbie Feinstein listening to one of three point five FM and WTOP dot com morning news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP John reps of your business week it was an okay day for stocks but not a great week the Dow finished the day up sixty points the S. and P. five hundred gained eleven and the nasdaq rose seventy one despite today's gains the Dow lost more than two percent on the week the government says that retail sales sank by a record sixteen point four percent from March to April and the federal reserve now says the parts of the U. S. financial system came under severe strain in March overseas Germany's economy shrank in the first quarter meeting that Europe's largest economy is in a recession John Aaron WTOP news WTF what's a good way to distract from the virus the economy the quarantine and a wife who wants you to get off the couch and take a walk in this edition of one of the week the answer from WTOP one columnist Scott Greenberg apparently is podcast a perfect way he says to escape because you can listen while taking a stroll are discovered podcasts I mean a.

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More children sick with rare syndrome, linked to coronavirus.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:47 min | 4 months ago

More children sick with rare syndrome, linked to coronavirus.

"Encourage social distancing. It Saturday may sixteen. I'm Anthony Davis dozens. More children in the US are reported have developed a rare but potentially lethal inflammatory syndrome that may be linked to corona virus infections. The New York Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed that at least one hundred children had been diagnosed in the state including three who had died cuomo noted. The illness affects children of all races. And that they may have been exposed to covert nineteen weeks before the syndrome resembles Kawasaki Disease. Authorities said an inflammatory condition of the blood vessels in which children develop high fever rash on the back chest and abdomen bloodshot eyes swollen hands and feet swollen lymph glands and swelling around the mouth and lips. Kawasaki Disease is rare about three thousand. Children are diagnosed with the disease. Each year there are seventy four million children under eighteen in the US. The cause of Kawasaki Disease is not known. Although some research papers have linked it's trigger to viral infection. It was first diagnosed in Japanese children in the nineteen sixties and does not appear to be either contagious or hereditary. According to the American Heart Association like the Corona virus itself. New York City appears to be the early center for infection in the. Us IN

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Coronavirus: CDC warns doctors about inflammation disease in children

Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: CDC warns doctors about inflammation disease in children

"Centers for disease control and prevention issuing guidance to doctors on how to recognize cases of a rare life threatening syndrome being found in children apparently linked to the new coronavirus the name of the illness as a mouth full pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome potentially associated with code nineteen and the CDC is telling doctors what to look for it can mimic the symptoms for toxic shock and Kawasaki disease fever rashes swollen glands and in severe cases heart inflammation and can be found in anyone under twenty one the CDC tells doctors to rule out other illnesses and the children with the condition should also test positive for current infection with the corona virus or for antibodies demonstrating a recent infection more than a hundred cases have been reported in New York state and internationally it's been found in France Italy Spain and Britain in New York Tonya J. powers

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Cases Of Mysterious Pediatric Illness Climb To 100 In New York City Alone, Up From 82

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Cases Of Mysterious Pediatric Illness Climb To 100 In New York City Alone, Up From 82

"Thirty concerns about a sometimes fatal condition which attacks young people infected by covert nineteen governor Cuomo says there have been a hundred and ten cases of this inflammatory illness in people who have or had cold with nineteen right now we have it affecting children from less than one year old so inference to twenty one years old and three people have died the condition is similar to Kawasaki disease which is an inflammation of the blood vessels mayor Blasio this is a deep concern I wanna throw everything we've got added the number of children affected continues to grow it is still in the scheme of things a rare condition but it is something that we take very seriously and we're now on high alert the health department is putting together a weapon are aimed at the city's twenty three pediatric icy use to make sure all doctors have the latest information Roger stern ten ten wins

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:09 min | 4 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on AP News

"The federal centers for disease control has issued an alert about a mysterious inflammatory condition striking children and its link to the new coronavirus the condition was first reported last month in Europe it's being called multi symptom inflammatory syndrome affecting children who currently have covert 19 or were infected or exposed and have a fever over 100 inflammatory markers in blood tests and problems with at least 2 organs some children have experienced symptoms that resemble Kawasaki disease which causes swelling and heart problems the conditions been reported in more than 100 children in New York and several others in other states and has been fatal in several cases the CDC is telling doctors to report suspected cases to their health departments it's not known if this condition can affect adults I'm Jackie Quinn

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:09 min | 4 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on AP News

"The federal centers for disease control has issued an alert about a mysterious inflammatory condition striking children and its link to the new coronavirus the condition was first reported last month in Europe it's being called multi symptom inflammatory syndrome affecting children who currently have covert 19 or were infected or exposed and have a fever over 100 inflammatory markers in blood tests and problems with at least 2 organs some children have experienced symptoms that resemble Kawasaki disease which causes swelling and heart problems the conditions been reported in more than 100 children in New York and several others in other states and has been fatal in several cases the CDC is telling doctors to report suspected cases to their health departments it's not known if this condition can affect adults I'm Jackie Quinn

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Children's Hospital Los Angeles reporting 3 cases of mysterious syndrome in kids linked to COVID-19

Bill Handel

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Children's Hospital Los Angeles reporting 3 cases of mysterious syndrome in kids linked to COVID-19

"The children's hospital LA have been investigating a possible connection between Kobe nineteen an inflammatory syndrome pediatric cardiologists Dr Jackie's much coverage says something was a bit off during the month of April children's hospital Los Angeles experienced an unusual check in the number of cases of the syndrome that appeared similar to Kawasaki disease they gave it a name pediatric inflammatory multi system syndromes much of it says the kids showed up in April tested negative for covert but then three tested positive for the antibodies she says the syndrome may be a delayed reaction to the corona virus

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A coronavirus-related disease is now hitting children

Charlie Brennan

06:30 min | 4 months ago

A coronavirus-related disease is now hitting children

"About new development or new word of element I guess I should say it's an inflammation that seems to be linked to covert nineteen in particular doctor they call it pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome what should our listeners know about this well this is something new and we're really just trying to learn as much as we can as fast as we can about it but a number of children have been identified both in in Europe and in the U. S. who have a very severe illness with a lot of information sometimes the hard is infected sometimes other organs are infected they they can be very sick they require care in an intensive care unit and it seems to have some link to code that although not all of the patients have been positive for coverage so the the symptoms that these kids are experiencing the if they're unusual and that's what's making them stand out and then the possible link to cove it is a secondary issue well I think both things are important we want to understand the nature of the illness itself and of course if it's if it's related to cope with that would be very important to how concerned should our parents in listening audience be well I think they have to keep in mind two things one this is serious mysterious illness but the other is that it it appears to be quite rare at this point we're talking about only probably about a hundred cases or so that have been accumulated from around the world so it does look like it's it's pretty common I need pretty uncommon and for the most part it seems that code in children is a very very mild illness but these did this new condition that you're seen in these one hundred cases it's similar to Kawasaki disease but it is not and I guess that's my point is that this is something unusual that has scented itself at this time so you're trying to see if it has anything to do with cove it yes it has some relationship to what we call callous sake disease we had some relationship to toxic shock syndrome but it seems to be somewhat distinctive really a little different from either of those so we are trying to get a handle on on just what it is by cooling experience around the world and seeing what are the common features among the cases no Dr we are very concerned about code nineteen as a respiratory syndrome or also learning that it seems to affect organs and there's something going on through the internet called cove it tower or something like that where you know people are taking a look at images of disfigured toes as a result of covert nineteen can all that possibly be true yes I think it can be I think this is a virus that has the number affects on the body effect to number of systems early the losses yeah hi causes a severe pneumonia and the and the bad cases but we've learned that it can also affect the kidneys it can affect the heart it seems to cause the tendency to form blood clots sometimes the very sick patients will have blood clots the long that complicate their course and in the case of coded to that may I code the code that may reflect some inflammation of blood vessels in the extremities such as the toes and fingers Dr Mandeep Mehra of Harvard Medical School it was quoted in The Seattle Times and also the Washington post that cove it begins as a respiratory virus and kills as a cardio cardio vascular virus and that's why we're seeing people with cove it with low oxygen levels yet inexplicably conscious still but then suffering from maybe stroke or pulmonary embolism toxic shock damage blood vessels and and skin rashes and is that what we're seeing more and more that it's affecting the cardiovascular system more than we initially thought yes I think that's fair to say I think when we started seeing Kobe cases we thought it was primarily in the bone yard and section of the law but it's clear that these other organs are frequently involved and and especially the bad cases and really contribute to fatal outcomes and in some cases well we've been talking to for almost two months right now about covert nineteen but on Monday in St Louis city and St Louis county some businesses are going to open up malls for example dine in restaurants June first we hear the state's gonna open up casinos all right you're a professor at the wash University school of medicine what are your thoughts about these developments well I do think that the virus is declining in the Saint Louis area not nearly as fast as soon as we would like it to but I think there are a lot of promising signs that we're on the downhill side of things but it's not gone by any means and so we have to be very careful as we start re opening we have to move slowly we have to watch what the outcomes are and be prepared to change course if necessary importantly people have to keep in mind their own risk profile and if a person is elderly specially over sixty five war has serious underlying medical conditions then they need to be particularly careful they probably should not be the ones going out to restaurants or are doing a lot of shopping and and things like that what are your thoughts on schools re opening in the fall you know I think that's a very difficult issue at this point I don't think it's the right time to make a decision R. right now I think we have to see what the course I think it is as we start to open up if things continue to go down it might be possible to cautiously opened schools but if things go the wrong direction we may the right decision making to keep him close I think it is too early right now very important issue in a very

3 New York children die from disease similar to Kawasaki

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:34 min | 4 months ago

3 New York children die from disease similar to Kawasaki

"New York City has the most cases so it is taking the lead in looking into the inflammatory disease in children which may be related to covert nineteen governor Cuomo remains very concerned about it the mayor as well as Glenn Schuck reports from midtown this morning blind unfortunately this is a pretty serious stuff again here federal officials in fact are preparing an alert for doctors to be on the lookout for conditions affecting kids similar to the Kawasaki disease which causes inflammation in various parts of the body at least three children have died from it here in New York one hundred two cases on all yours Andrew comma it is frightening because the the one good news right was that the children wouldn't be affected by covert and now we see these cases from less than one year old two twenty one years old we lost a five year old boy seven year old boy an eighteen year old girl died from this so now leave the New York state department of health today actually will host a statewide weapon are today in New York City is launching an ad campaign that started last night to educate parents to look for symptoms of this the mayor says it's all part of why we need to go slow to re open we're being very rigorous here we are not going to reopen anything Intel we prove di real data that we've made enough progress to do it safely and then we're going to do it in small careful steps and smarts not just New York Lee fourteen other states have had these cases involving children including Connecticut and New Jersey one shot ten ten wins live here in

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CDC will alert doctors to look out for syndrome in children that could be related to coronavirus

KYW 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

CDC will alert doctors to look out for syndrome in children that could be related to coronavirus

"The CDC is preparing to release an alert warning doctors to be on the lookout for a mysterious inflammatory syndrome in children that could be like to call the nineteen more states began reporting diagnoses of the central this week but Pennsylvania health secretary Dr Rachel Levine says so far the Commonwealth has been spared to date we have not received any reports but we are actually specifically reaching out to our six children's hospitals to find out more information if they have any of those cases the illness is marked by persistent fever inflammation poor function in one or more organs and other symptoms similar to shock experts say the illness bears some resemblance to a rare condition called Kawasaki disease

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As cases rise of rare COVID-linked illness in kids, Cuomo warns much remains unknown

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

As cases rise of rare COVID-linked illness in kids, Cuomo warns much remains unknown

"Week to help track that mystery children's illness that is thought to be related to the coronavirus the rare inflammatory illness is now affecting more than one hundred fifty children in the U. S. New York governor Andrew Cuomo for example warns it does not present itself as normal a normal covert case which tend to be respiratory he says this presents as an inflammation of the blood vessels experts say this illness bears some resemblance to a rare condition called Kawasaki disease possibles and at least six states have reported seeing similar

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Up to 5 New York Children Dead, 93 Sickened by Rare COVID-Related Illness

Mark Levin

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Up to 5 New York Children Dead, 93 Sickened by Rare COVID-Related Illness

"Officials in New York are concerned about a growing number of children who have come down with an inflammatory disorder similar to the rare Kawasaki disease nearly one hundred children across New York state of now presented with this inflammatory disorder while also testing positive for corona virus antibodies at least five have died New York city health commissioner Dr ox years Barbeau said it's very important that parents and doctors recognize the symptoms I'm seniors as well rash and very read it intact I want red swollen lips characteristic it's you know it's a strawberry she said early intervention is critical because drugs have to be given

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Number Of Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Cases Grows To 93 In New York State

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Number Of Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Cases Grows To 93 In New York State

"Parents are increasingly anxious as more kids battle covered nineteen ABC's Stephanie Ramos reports on the fight involving kids on both coasts including here in Washington the rare and dangerous illness possibly linked to cope at nineteen infecting more children at least five deaths now under investigation the number of cases more than doubling in New York City thirty children now falling ill with pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome eighty five cases across the state I'm deeply concerned as a father I am feeling the concern I know other parents are feeling at least six states reporting cases including Washington where thirteen year old Anthony Lawson nearly died after he just was getting worse thank you please listen on quite right Anthony's family thought he was suffering from allergies but in a matter of days he became critically ill take them to the hospital to get them checked out is it it's really could be the difference between life and death Anthony tested negative for the virus but positive for antibodies tonight doctors urging parents to be on the lookout for a persistent fever rash red eye irritations and stomach illness these symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease which causes the inflammation of blood vessels and can lead to heart problems once actually started feeling sick it was not like my eyes swollen lymph node on my right side and I got a headache and it just started going downhill from there fourteen year old Jack McMorrow just recovered from the mysterious illness his family tells us it all started with a fever and a rash he spent ten days hospitalized it was scary it was beyond scary I believe was dire I reached out to my family and let the noted that he may not

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6-month-old girl from Bay Area believed to be 1st to contract both COVID-19 and rare disease

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

6-month-old girl from Bay Area believed to be 1st to contract both COVID-19 and rare disease

"A bay area infant may have been the first to be diagnosed with Kawasaki's disease and test positive for covert nineteen Kawasaki uses a rare inflammatory disease that affects children and it appears it may have some sort of link with cove had nineteen we're now learning that the first time that connection was noted was March sixteenth at Stamford Lucille Packard children's hospital a doctor treating a six month old baby girl with Kawasaki's disease also tested the infidel infant for covert nineteen and it turned out the baby with it's positive the child showed no sign of respiratory issues but she had a rash of high fever and swollen hands and feet all symptoms of Kawasaki's she has since

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on KTOK

"Affect them there are out liars like Kawasaki disease that CBS news tonight ran a story about that's terrible there's a a family's other viruses that affect kids it's awful but none the less we have to have a functional functioning society and it's got to begin with the idea that our fundamental freedoms are at risk and that the governors and medical directors cannot rule that god fearing Americans cannot go to church or synagogue or a mosque and we must stop at some points let's continue along becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven and when you call and all of pull up my real clear politics corn a coronavirus tracker whatever state you're from military how many citizens have been affected in your state and the more testing we have the more people will test positive but over eighty percent of those who test positive have little or no symptoms I would love to the only the fatal contagious disease I would like to contract myself is one in which I contracted I have it I get it I George from it I have antibodies I guess what I never knew I had in the first place that's eighty percent this is much more contagious than we thought and much less lethal than we thought in row over guilt going on the wrong path here we got to stop what we're doing turn around go the other direction so let's continue with more flying becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night one thousand Katie okay between Holland pollution and all the other nasty stuff in here these days isn't it time to make good nasal hygiene your new normal think about it you wouldn't go a day without washing your hands are brushing your teeth but what about your nose the bodies.

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on AP News

"Of the virus rather than the genetic code of the virus itself quite else's the test can provide an accurate automated response in fifteen minutes the FDA says it expects to authorize more antigen tests in the future Ben Thomas Washington the federal government is sending supplies of the first drug that appears to help speed the recovery of covert nineteen patients to six states from death severe was cleared for emergency use by the food and drug administration last week now the department of health and Human Services says it's delivering three hundred and sixty cases of the antiviral drug one hundred and forty two Illinois one hundred and ten to New Jersey forty to Michigan thirty each to Connecticut and Maryland and tend to Iowa each case contains forty vials of ram disappear state and local health departments will distribute it but HHS says it will go to more critical patients including those on ventilators or in need of supplemental oxygen Ben Thomas Washington New York is investigating the deaths of three children one was five years old all died from a mysterious toxic like shock syndrome linked to the corona virus governor Cuomo cautions this is new and developing but warns parents and doctors to be on the look out for symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease or toxic shock like syndrome at least seventy three children have been seconded Cuomo says the three that died all had covert or the antibodies but those were not the symptoms they showed when entering the hospital this is the last thing that we need at this time with all that's going on with all the anxiety we have a governor also says the state's death toll ticked up to two hundred and twenty six ten more than a day earlier but hospitalizations are down Julie Walker New York thank you for listening to.

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New York Gov. Cuomo announces initiative to expand testing in minority communities

Freakonomics Radio

01:05 min | 5 months ago

New York Gov. Cuomo announces initiative to expand testing in minority communities

"Governor Andrew Cuomo's is two young children and a teenager in the states have now died up from a possible complication from the corona virus involving swollen blood vessels and heart problems at least seventy three children in New York have been diagnosed with symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease a rare inflammatory condition and toxic shock syndrome Cuomo said today the state health department is in close contact with the centers for disease control so anything learned about the condition can be shared with other states the CDC has asked New York to develop national criteria for this so that other states other hospital systems can also be checking into this and looking into this Cuomo called it a developing very serious situation and said there's still a lot to learn about the virus Cuomo also announced an initiative to ramp up testing in low income and minority communities across the five boroughs through a partnership with Northwell health and twenty four houses of worship it's in response to data collected from the diagnostic testing antibody testing survey of fifteen thousand new Yorkers showing those living largely in communities of color low income neighborhoods are more susceptible to contracting the

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:18 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on AP News

"New York is investigating the deaths of 3 children 1 was 5 years old all died from the mysterious toxic like shock syndrome linked to the corona virus governor Cuomo cautions this is new and developing but warns parents and doctors to be on the look out for symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease or toxic shock like syndrome at least 73 children have been sickened and Cuomo says the 3 that died all had covert or the antibodies but those were not the symptoms they showed when entering the hospital this is the last thing that we need at this time with all that's going on with all the anxiety we have governor also says the state's death toll ticked up to 200 and 2610 more than a day earlier but hospitalizations are down Julie Walker New York

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3 NY children die from syndrome possibly linked to COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

3 NY children die from syndrome possibly linked to COVID-19

"New York is investigating the deaths of three children one was five years old all died from the mysterious toxic like shock syndrome linked to the corona virus governor Cuomo cautions this is new and developing but warns parents and doctors to be on the look out for symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease or toxic shock like syndrome at least seventy three children have been sickened and Cuomo says the three that died all had covert or the antibodies but those were not the symptoms they showed when entering the hospital this is the last thing that we need at this time with all that's going on with all the anxiety we have governor also says the state's death toll ticked up to two hundred and twenty six ten more than a day earlier but hospitalizations are down Julie Walker New York

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NY & NJ report deaths of young children possibly COVID-19 related

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

NY & NJ report deaths of young children possibly COVID-19 related

"Three young children have died in New York in New Jersey from what officials confirm in at least one case is coated nineteen and are investigating in the other two New Jersey governor Phil Murphy said yesterday a four year old child has died from the corona virus this is the first death in the state in anyone under eighteen the only additional detail given was that the child had an underlying health issue also yesterday new York's governor said a five year old boy died of an illness possibly linked to the corona virus governor Cuomo said there been seventy three reported cases in the state of children becoming severely ill with symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease and toxic shock syndrome Westchester county health officials say they're investigating the death of a seven year old boy who tested positive a month ago for the corona virus and have the antibodies when he died I'm Julie Walker

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:06 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on Here & Now

"Little bit of it. You don't know what you've been all Plinio me. Hold the overall the government there being no no Gore. Debut can't see you but I'm like dancing and lip synching the songs. One time I actually entered a an Lip SYNC conscious singing. I mean lip synching to that song. Oh boy yeah. I had a mustache at the time. It looked a lot. More like weird Al Yankovic go ahead. I was no I was going to say I mean I know. I'm I'm younger than you. But that kind of Song. It's such a classic. I don't know it just spans generate. You know the words you know the beat the moment that the beat drops about in some ways. It's almost like you stumbled into records as a way of life. Though right I mean how did it come to be that you uncovered three thousand rare blues records when you started selling? That's amazing? Sure I can tell you what happened to us. I was working at a used record store and a guy came in with a shoebox full just incredible blues forty fives and so I asked him. Where'd you get these? He said my brother lives in Houston. A little town called Angleton Angleton. Texas and there was a jukebox distributor. There with one hundred thousand forty fives for a dime apiece. So a friend of mine and I after about a week of knowing about this we drove down there. We spent eight hours a day three days in a row so a total of twenty four hours. There were little silver fiscal around. There was a dead mouse in the corner of warehouse and at the end of each day. You blow your nose and those like dust and dirt. But it was I've had law highlights in my life but that was one of the highlights. It was it was just pretty incredible. I I should have bought them all but I didn't play bought three thousand for three hundred dollars and I shipped him back to Seattle and within about two weeks. I'm selling them out of my parent's basement for I'm going to say to ten dollars a piece in addition people. I don't even know sort of calling me off the hook and I was like you know my friend Terry was at your house. You know. So your records etcetera etcetera so it was a cool way to start talk about a cool way to start absolutely one of those rare forty fives or singles. Otis rushes. I can't quit you baby. Let's take a listen. What you got dave. I want to be on. Somebody's porch down in the south with a drink. Listen to this song. I mean this is good. Sure actually started out in the south but he moved to Chicago and the Mid Fifties along with Magic Sam and Shakey Jake and this.

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

11:32 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on Here & Now

"Thoughtful Emergency Room. And even if they don't think that they've been exposed to the virus. Actually that probably already had. That could be lifesaving. Sometimes we do need to support the heart with a medication. That's Dr Sunil. Sue Chair of pediatrics. At north well health's southside hospital in bay shore New York where he's now treated more than half a dozen patients with this rare Kawasaki disease like condition. Doctor Sue thank you. President trump praised General William bar on Fox News today calling bar a man of unbelievable credibility and courage. He was responding to the justice. Department's move yesterday to drop charges against Michael. Flynn the president's former national security advisor. Flynn had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with the Russian ambassador. Joining us now is NPR. Legal Affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg Nina. First of all. What do you make of this? Flynn News. Well what I make of it. First and foremost is that the president doesn't like issuing pardons for people who've been convicted in his Justice Department even if it was under the special prosecutor's domain but the other thing I make of it is that there's going to be huge a huge morale problem in the Justice Department. This is really unprecedented. The only similar kind of thing I can think of and it really isn't similar is when Eric holder the Democratic Attorney General in the Obama Administration dropped charges against the Republican Senator Ted Stevens. Who'd been convicted in a very messy trial where. The judge kept pressing about prosecutorial misconduct. And then more stuff came out and holders thought that was just a travesty of justice and he dropped the charges and afterwards there actually was an investigation invest conduct. This is nothing like that. First of all this is Bill Barr who has done? The president bidding in many controversial ways and this is definitely the most controversial. And you know I've covered the department on and off for decades and I just not since Watergate where they hit what they were doing because it was they were doing the president's bidding here. They're right out in front. We will continue to watch what happens with that story but I want to ask you about what's happening with the Supreme Court because this has just been extraordinary week with the court Having oral arguments over the phone. What struck you this week. As you listened to the court well. It was a very different kind of argument super organized. Because it has to be. They can't see each other council. Can't see them so they go in order of seniority and it was interesting and it was great for the public to hear it but I suspect they'll be very glad when they can resume oral arguments next year. Assuming they can and see counsel and counsel can see them. I mean these are very big cases and next week. Some of the biggest of the term. The trump subpoena cases a big case involving the electoral college and a big religion case. And this past week we had a big case involving obamacare and birth control so these are some of the most consequential cases of the term. They have to be done this way. I'm quite sure that the court will not be able to finish by the end of June as it usually does that it will go well into July need. There was also the news this week. That the eighty-seven-year-old Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG was hospitalized. Because of gall bladder condition she has been released from the hospital but she has had a number of health. Issues recently. What are you hearing about this? What what should we make of this latest news? Well you know. She's she's fragile. She's eighty seven years old. She is tough as nails and hasn't dropped a stitch in her brain but her little body is littler than ever and it's subject to assault but she participated very vociferously and arguments on Wednesday from Johns Hopkins Hospital. She's just she just seems to tough it out One more thing. I want to ask you about Nina while while the court was dealing with so many things this week. The Senate has been confirming the president's judicial nominees at a record pace this week. There was a hearing on Justin Walker a thirty seven year old district court. Judge nominated for seat on the Court of Appeals for the DC circuit. There's a lot of controversy about him. He's an extremely controversial choice. First of all he's nominated for the DC circuit and most of the time. Those nominees come from the District of Columbia or the surrounding areas and our specialists to some extent in administrative law He's thirty seven years old. He's from Kentucky. He's an ally of Mitch McConnell. He's been a district court judge for a relatively court for quite a short time and was found unqualified for that position by the American Bar Association. I think I saw that now. He's been rated qualified or well qualified for the Court of Appeals seat. What's interesting to me about? This is how the the Republicans have not only abolished filibuster rules. Actually the Democrats. At the end of the Obama Administration abolish the filibuster rules for lower court judges because they were being almost universally blocked by McConnell so the Republicans come in they abolish the filibuster rule for the Supreme Court and eventually they abolish all the other sort of minor procedural rules that would allow the opposition party to drag things out so there really is no way for the Democrats to slow down the Walker train. No matter how controversial he is and in a time of pandemic it's very hard to get the public's attention about judicial nominee. It's hard on in the best of times it's really hard in these times that is NPR. Legal Affairs correspondent. Nina Totenberg. A thank you. You'RE WELCOME. Many factories around the country have been shuttered by the corona virus but some are still operating taking precautions to keep workers safe one zero manufacturing corporation in Mount Kisco New York in Westchester County. It was deemed an essential business. Joining us now is Gretchen Zurich. Who is the company's president? Her grandfather founded the company in one thousand. Nine Hundred Nineteen Gretchen. Thanks for joining us. When I tell us what your company makes why it has been deemed an essential business. We make electron connectors so little metal parts that are part of printed circuit boards for the most part in almost everything but we are part of a number of products that are considered essential. Especially now things like systems heating systems air handling systems all the the things that they're putting in hospitals now as they try to develop these negative pressure awards. So we're part of that type of equipment. And how many people do you have working in one single factory? We have about fifty five people here in Mount Kisco. And how have you been able to make it so that they can do their jobs? And maintain social distancing at the same time. We have almost fifty thousand square feet. So there's a lot of space between people just in general and not everybody is in obviously. Some people are nervous about being here. A few people who could work from home are and is just trying to keep their distance from the next person so our work centers are large. People are fairly spread out and when they need to consult with someone where they do really do need to look at a machine together. They are putting on masks and gloves if necessary and still trying to stand some distance apart and one at a time. Look at the problem and has that worked for you so far. There haven't been any issues with that kind of change in how business done now. It may take a little longer to get some things done. I think we're all trying to be very patient. Well I guess I'm asking that question because there are so many factories in this country that are dealing with this very issue as you've heard about the meatpacking plants and there ended up being covert nineteen outbreaks. In many plants. They've had to close president. Trump has ordered workers to go back in How do you avoid a situation like that? Well we're not an assembly line so that makes it easy to begin with. We have a tool room where people are working on their own bench. The benches are a good four or five feet apart and people are rarely at the bench with another person either in front of or behind them at the same time. Because they're off working on Grindr or milling machine or measuring something so the toolroom. They're not on top of one another in the press department. Each operator manages four presses. So he's in a very large amount of space and every press is has a house around it to reduce the sound so again more privacy more space between people We have a couple of other departments that do assembly work plating. We aren't doing a hand off from one person to the next and yet you still have some place who don't feel safe enough to come to work. We are in New York right right so we've been hit hard in New York. Obviously the numbers got very high very quickly and almost everybody knows someone who is sick. So people are nervous. Have you had any employees test positive for covered we have? And how are they doing? The first three are back to work today. Well how has the Corona Virus Affected Your Business? Have you had any drop in demand for your products? Yes many of our customers have been closed. Some of them for a month some of them only for a few weeks Many are seeing their own demands. Drop so they've pushed out their orders. So I would say our bookings for the month of April were about one third of what I would have expected. Shipments were about sixty percent so people seem to not be looking ahead. They can't say what I'm going to need next month. They they still took sixty percent of what I would have expected them to take in the month so they were still taking their orders but they weren't planning ahead. We'll as you try to plan ahead. Do you think that the corona virus pandemic is going to have a long-term impact on Your Business? And how you run your factory. I think it will have a long-term effect on the business because I think demand will be down for quite a while i. It will take months to recover from this but how we run. The factory only in a very few spots will probably try and keep people working a little further apart or at least give them the option to work further apart from the person who would have been right next to them but we have a lot of space for the number of people we used to run in the facility the same level of production with ten people so we are half the number of people we used to be and half the number of people. The building was designed.

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on WTOP

"High fever and if their heart rate still stays very high they will often times come to the ice you for extra support researchers are now investigating cold cases like jacks and the symptoms of a mysterious illness it resembles Kawasaki disease the New York City health department sent out an alert describing a pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome symptoms include persistent fever rash swollen lymph nodes and inflammation of the heart eyes mouth and skin at Northwell health on Long Island Dr James Schneider says he's seeing many more patients fitting this description than normal five eleven patients who currently fit this category be honest still it's a it's much more prevalent than we would otherwise expect for typical Kawasaki disease the severe inflammation throughout the body is felt to be an overreaction of the immune system to the corona virus although severe disease in children is still relatively uncommon as kids may start to return to school in the fall doctors will be on the lookout for yet another unexpected symptom of covert nineteen CBS news chief medical correspondent Dr Jon doesn't look you're listening to one of three point five FM in W. T. O. P. dot com sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank rad with the NFL schedule set to be released on Thursday Roger Goodell sent a memo to teams on Wednesday laying out protocols for the gradual reopening of team facilities anyone says protocols in place by may fifteenth the process would begin with select staff members and eventually expand to include players according to the memo the schedule set to come out on Thursday in Jonglei reporting that the first four weeks this year will be against non conference opponents Redskins playing the AFC north this upcoming season so good C. Redskins ravens opener in week one love to wait and see Major League Baseball plane to present the player's association with the return to play proposal includes with the season will look like hoping to start spring training two point oh in the middle of June and the regular season in July new nationals first baseman Eric Dane doesn't care when baseball starts how it starts his once baseball you know as long as we play and start like bling fans in DC watch nationals games whether it's in Florida or it's in DC or Arizona or whatever they do or the dome saying you know as long as we play but that's all that matters you know America needs to see baseball back we need a like entertain people are at home like watching like these movies it's in the same movie for like months so we need to start get back to work and showed some homers you know everybody waiting to see in the NBA said having all players call on Thursday George Wallace WTOP's forts all right thanks to our geo to seventeen on your Thursday morning may seventh welcome in this early morning glad you're with us here at the WTO bait I determined sixth grader from Virginia having a major impact we hear on other kids his age as families continue to experience hard times during the pendant is twelve years old Christian Willis has raised nine hundred dollars over the past few weeks with one mission in mind to feed other kids to him it's like a loaf of bread this can get them sandwiches for a week and he did it all on his mom chante says when the pandemic hit Christian begin calling family and friends to raise money and decided to donated to house of mercy Manasse it's and as the need continues she hopes to see more people consider making even a small difference anything that you can do will help especially kids you know care enough to do it and actually do it Melissa Howell W. two P. news WTOP at two seventeen.

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"What's in the drawer man and then finally Kawasaki? Disease is trending. This is a story where where fifteen children in New York. City of developed a series of symptoms that may or may not be related to covid nineteen they are similar to something called Kawasaki disease or Kawasaki Syndrome where the symptoms includes like inflammation rash. inflamed is which is really. Doesn't sound very comfortable. Fever, abdominal pain rash, swollen lymph nodes inflammation in the eyes. and. I wanted to bring this up. Just because it does feel like I mean on tomorrow's episode. We talk with our guest about this rumor. That and I think it's actually being reported that there's like a new strain of covid nineteen. That's out there and it just seems like it's. We're still in this information dark age when it comes to A. Scientific facts that just seems like because of social media and because. Of the administration there were existing under right now. You know media and sh we have to. Pay attention and stuff like this and just not really know what is going on I. Think the sooner you know I think most people who listen to this show, probably on some level science, and the opinions of people who probably know more than they do on a given subject, but I think with this. You know at the very least someone we have to be able to accept that. We still know we don't know enough even about. About the disease to really feel safe again and like that's really where we're at I mean for all this talk of reopening like we're still we're. We're fighting blind here and like mutations happening other researchers like. Please look into this I'm this could be going on and it just it. It only confuses US I think for us as the people who are living through this. We have to know that a the people with the know how are. Furiously looking into how to make this right, but also that we have to just accept that this is the reality we have to live in until that technology can catch up with it otherwise this this. Yeah, yes, yeah, that's why I feel like. It's valuable to just be constantly honing your what your resources are. The the different places that you can trust for information because more and more frequently during this crisis where coming up against information that we. You have to verify whether it's true or not. It can be a life or death situation so. The one thing that certain is that PG I. Don't know so. Safe thing and don't let yourself at risk. That's just the most fundamental. Some risk your safety, your own safety or that of. alright miles. That's going to do it another day in the books We hope everybody's having a good safe single day. Maiyo, we. Will be back tomorrow with a whole new episode of this protest. These safe water and each other, and we will talk to you then by. My Name is Shapiro Wells for the past four years I've been trying to figure out how my twenty two year old son Courtney wound end up with a bullet in his back outside of Chicago police station. There's what you hear on the news. That Courtney got shot, then drove himself to the station. Were officers did everything they could to help him? And then. There's the troop listen to somebody on the iheartradio APP, apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:38 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"What's in the drawer man and then finally Kawasaki? Disease is trending. This is a story where where fifteen children in New York. City of developed a series of symptoms that may or may not be related to covid nineteen they are similar to something called Kawasaki disease or Kawasaki Syndrome where the symptoms includes like inflammation rash. inflamed is which is really. Doesn't sound very comfortable. Fever, abdominal pain rash, swollen lymph nodes inflammation in the eyes. and. I wanted to bring this up. Just because it does feel like I mean on tomorrow's episode. We talk with our guest about this rumor. That and I think it's actually being reported that there's like a new strain of covid nineteen. That's out there and it just seems like it's. We're still in this information dark age when it comes to A. Scientific facts that just seems like because of social media and because. Of the administration there were existing under right now. You know media and sh we have to. Pay attention and stuff like this and just not really know what is going on I. Think the sooner you know I think most people who listen to this show, probably on some level science, and the opinions of people who probably know more than they do on a given subject, but I think with this. You know at the very least someone we have to be able to accept that. We still know we don't know enough even about. About the disease to really feel safe again and like that's really where we're at I mean for all this talk of reopening like we're still we're. We're fighting blind here and like mutations happening other researchers like. Please look into this I'm this could be going on and it just it. It only confuses US I think for us as the people who are living through this. We have to know that a the people with the know how are. Furiously looking into how to make this right, but also that we have to just accept that this is the reality we have to live in until that technology can catch up with it otherwise this this. Yeah, yes, yeah, that's why I feel like. It's valuable to just be constantly honing your what your resources are. The the different places that you can trust for information because more and more frequently during this crisis where coming up against information.

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

10:48 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Great Band. I do truly enjoy me. The pretenders and learning about them. I don't know I think the I I know what you're talking about like the plague but there is a well there. I didn't realize there was a film. The pretender James Sprint. Okay Okay Okay James. But the lead singer of that band was a student at Kent State. Wound can stay down and they're like a couple of other Pop Culture Luminaries. Who were students at Kent State? When Kent State Went Down I learned that on an episode of my favorite daily. Oh yes bless. Tell the people what is trending on this fine. Cinco de Mayo Kurt. Loader is trending and he is not dead not dead thank God he did turn and this blew my mind. He turned seventy five today. That seems no. I'd rather this sounds really messed up but I would have preferred to have found out that Kurt trending because he turned sixty five. I didn't want to death pawn Kurt loader but is that really carbon dates. That's like one of those things I really felt. They held my like pop culture. Memory up to like you know some whatever whatever they used to carbon date to see how old it is. And I'm like I am this many years old like so when he was like doing all them. Tv news stuff in the eighties and nineties. He was late forties early fifties. Yeah I don't know why I'm surprised because he was always like daddy on. Mtv like he was the MTV. I guess he looked good though I this was the first time that I looked him up and looked at a picture and was like Oh yeah. He's he's an age demand he he looks older. It's like hearing. It looks like he coach that you had in junior high turned seventy five and you're like really and you're like but that year that tracks actually but I hadn't thought about that and okay not looking at a picture of them and it looks like that person with old age makeup on because Uber and lifter trending. Have you heard about these things you see in these gus? Seeing these things heard of lift not over though okay so guber is. It's like this thing it's like lift except the CEO is meaner so that that's kind of it all travel on now that rings a bell that rings a bill and a bell. The bill that it rings is Assembly Bill Five Which is basically a law that was passed in the state of California. That said you know that. These companies that have gig workers need to reclassify these people as employees rather than independent contractors. Because they're saying look. Look the whole thing is if you are controlling. How you're independent contractor is doing task or if the work that this independent contractor is routine as part of your business than they are an employee and because these companies have taken. I mean there's just not complying what they've done is between Uber. Lift AND DOOR DASH. They put together a ninety million dollar slush fund. Because this is how bills work to get another. Bill Signed into law that would exempt to them. So that's what they're trying to do. They're they're going to go the old ballot initiative route which we love to see In these some some states have them where people be like. Hey Man do you want to you know. Sign up to help support a bill. That will help. Keep Uber and lift drivers more freedom. I don't know how they're going to spin that to somebody like to make me want to support that but yeah it seems like the way they're going to spend it as like yes. We paid. These people like employees and give them health benefits and all the things that were legally required to give them if they are employees. Then we wouldn't be able to be in business. Do you want Uber and lift or do you not want Uber. Left to end trying to get people to vote out of their own self interest. Well I mean here's the thing and and I and I'll take this up with Governor. Nusa myself if I have to treat these people. These independent contractors like employees. That means I legally have to make less money. And that's the problem here and the whole thing is there other argument. Is that our core businesses technology not rides. Yeah yeah every in clever very cool jazz very cool Sudafed is trending. So this is this is interesting. There's a there's a photograph of the President who apparently is donald trump. There's a photograph his desk. It's never shows I can't fucking but this guy every time there's a so this is something we had heard tell of that. He was really into popping sudafed. Bagging today Because it was like a stimulant and he's good old blue-collar he's not getting the Ritalin or the adderall getting the Sudafed and just popping the over the counter stuff and apparently. That's true because there's a photograph that shows the not only is his desk just full of Sudafed but it's full of Sudafed from the UK. He has the imported sudafed. Because that is the Sudafed that hits harder it hasn't because they don't have as big a math problem over there. They have not had to downgrade. They're they're fed to have less ephedrine in it. So I'm just looking on snoop's because it's one of the few places I can still Trust at times like this what they're talking about a lot of the things that people point out about this photo like the UK sudafed therefore it's like hitting different things like that. It's not necessarily true. There are different ingredients but to say that it somehow like combining differently that you're going to be like way. Higher is just false so I think a lot of people because everyone. It's very clear when trump is say on one when he's up there just doing a little nasal solo while talking at the same time I think it all. These are all kind of like like everything. There's just enough pieces around to keep that That idea yeah going but I think yeah. But it has a behavioral loans enough to from me to pick her not his sniffing the fact that there are stories of him having a adderall prescription. The fact that he's a celebrity so could easily get natural prescription and abuse it the behind the chit the behind the scene stories of him abusing adderall That doesn't this. Does nothing to put me on. And plus his behavior Also Hitler. This isn't so famously famously But I think you know this. The reason it came up is because Cinco de Mayo and it was that famous trump tower tweet read the Taco Bell. And got my Hispanics Yay. I think it's just like now. People have were increasingly have had more and more time over the years to just micro analyze every single thing so now so the drawer with something drawer trump. What's in the drawer man? And then finally Kawasaki Disease is trending. This is a story where where fifteen children in New York City of developed a series of symptoms that may or may not be related to covert nineteen They are similar to something called Kawasaki disease or Kawasaki Syndrome where The symptoms includes like inflammation rash Inflamed is which is really doesn't sound very comfortable fever abdominal pain rash swollen lymph nodes inflammation in the eyes. And I wanted to bring this up just because it does feel like I mean on tomorrow's episode. We talk with our guest about this rumor. That and I think it's actually being reported that there's like a new strain of covert nineteen. That's out there and it just seems like it's we're still in this information dark age when it comes to a scientific facts that just seems like because of social media and because of the administration that we're existing under right now you know media and sh we have to pay attention and stuff like this and just not really know what is going on. I think the sooner you know I think most people who listen to this show probably on some level Except Science and the opinions of people who probably know more than they do on a given subject but I think with this you know at the very least someone we have to be able to accept that we still know. We don't know enough even about the disease to really feel safe again. And like that's really where we're at for all this talk of reopening like we're still. We're we're fighting blind here and like mutations happening other researchers like please look into this. I'm this could be going on and it just it only confuses us and I think for us as the people who are living through this. We have to know that a the people with the know how are furiously looking into how to make this right but also that we have to just accept that this is the reality we have to live in until that technology can catch up with it. Otherwise this this yeah yes. Yeah that's why I feel like it's valuable to just be constantly honing your what your resources are the the different places that you can trust for information because more and more frequently during this crisis where coming up against information.

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:07 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Diagnose the boy was those Kawasaki disease but then he was getting he wasn't even covered nineteen tested after giving the code nineteen test you should bother recovered nineteen plague seven thunderstorms of hail and fire Paul Begley pastor Paul Begley our guest on a grounds are we were talking about Paul we're talking about the the del Rio hail storm Texas how big are those that they were huge hail hail stones right right yes the help owns were about they were larger than your hands if they the four pounds four pound hail stones I never heard of such a thing but what we're finding out is that the straight line winds that are intensifying it takes a lot of straight line wind to create larger hail and the atmosphere compression from space actually the space dust which is ionized iron type space dust particles are pushing the jet stream closer to the surface of the earth which thus creates more straight line winds that creates larger hail tornadoes and other types of affects lightning also has increased because its charged particles so you're gonna have more lectures very ecstatic electrical lighting shocks more like lightning bolts so the hail is getting worse is all it's gonna destroy crops and also we're find out that the radiation levels is up eighteen percent over the last twenty four months and that's affecting the soil so seed won't grow as well in the soils can affect the yield and they know this of these studies are already out there you know this is happening which shocks me when the met when the governor of Michigan wouldn't allow people to buy seed because of cold at nineteen and I can't figure this out the life of me why would you stop the sell of seed when people complained gardens when is gonna be food shortages and one more thing Clyde I'm I'm in the west Lafayette Indiana there's a plant at Tyson food plant thirty miles from me in a town called Logansport Indiana town about twenty thousand people a hundred and forty six workers there tested positive for the cold virus they've had to shut the plant down there shutting plants down everywhere and this is going to definitely affect the hogs the beef the poultry across America so we're gonna see lowers the reveals of crops L. the lack of meat and we're having larger hail this is right out of the book of exodus yes it is a plague five plague six by five six and seven are happening right now the boils on the body from corona virus that's a plague six we got boils inflammation we got plague seven is the thunderstorms hail and the fire I forgot about that Australia of course we have the massive fires but then what really get much press and I talked about it briefly what's the fire near Chernobyl bit basically sent radioactive ashes smoke all over Europe which I I think I goes into place seven hail and fire major hail in del Rio Texas fire in Chernobyl radio active fire burning which is which is again unprecedented then we look at again the locus in place eight and then of course the ninth plague total darkness now this is something that it needs to be explored because total darkness could mean a power failure it could mean and that's what I was thinking that's the next thing is going to happen is probably a power failure and that's gonna happen sometime in the summer tourist season power failures going on total darkness covered all of Egypt for three days no one can see anyone else and for three days no one left their place that's that's once again social distancing and shelter in place you're not able to see anyone nor you're able to be with anyone because you'll be stuck in your home that that that sounds like a nice place to me and if we have total darkness.

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"kawasaki disease" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Diagnose the boy was those Kawasaki disease but then he was getting he wasn't given that cover nineteen tested after giving the code nineteen test ET showed positive recovered nineteen plague seven thunderstorms of hail and fire Paul Begley pastor Paul Begley our guests about a grounds we were talking about Paul we're talking about the the del Rio hailstorm Texas how big are those they they were huge hail hail stones right right yes the hell owns were about they were larger than your hands are they the four pounds four pounds hailstones I never heard of such a thing but what we're finding out is that the straight line winds that are intensifying it takes a lot of straight line wind to create larger hail and the atmosphere compression from space actually the space dust which is ionized iron type space dust particles are pushing the jet stream closer to the surface of the earth which that's creates more straight line winds that creates larger hail tornadoes and other types of the fax lightning also has increased because its charged particles so you're gonna have more lectures very ecstatic electrical lighting shocks more like lightning bolts so the hail is getting worse is all it's gonna destroy crops and also we're find out that the radiation levels is up eighteen percent over the last twenty four months and that's affecting the soil so seed won't grow as well and the soil can affect the yield and they know this of these studies are already out there you know this is happening which shocks me when the met with the governor of Michigan wouldn't allow people to buy seed because of cold at nineteen and I can't figure this out the life of me why would you stop the sell of seed when people complained gardens when is gonna be food shortages and one more thing Clyde I'm I'm in the west Lafayette Indiana there's a plant at Tyson food plant thirty miles for me in a town called Logansport Indiana town about twenty thousand people a hundred and forty six workers there tested positive for the cold virus they've had to shut the plant down they've shutting plants down everywhere and this is going to definitely affect the hogs the beef the poultry across America so we're gonna see lowers over eagles of crops L. the lack of meat and we're having larger hail this is right out of the book of exodus yes it is a plague five plague six by five six and seven are happening right now the boils on the body from corona virus that's a plague six we got boils inflammation but we got plague seven is the thunderstorms hail and the fire I forgot about that Australia of course we have the massive fires but then what really get much press and I talked about it briefly was the fire near Chernobyl that basically said radioactive ashen smoke all over Europe which I I think I goes into plague seven hail and fire major hail in del Rio Texas fire in Chernobyl radio active fire burning widget which is again unprecedented then we go look at again the locus in place eight and then of course the ninth plague total darkness yeah this is something that it needs to be explored because total darkness could mean a power failure it could mean and that's what I was thinking that's the.

Kawasaki disease
"kawasaki disease" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The boy was those Kawasaki disease but then he was getting he wasn't even covered nineteen tested after giving the code nineteen test Evey showed positive recovered nineteen plague seven thunderstorms of hail and fire Paul Begley pastor Paul Begley our guest tonight grounds we were talking about Paul we're talking about the the del Rio hailstorm Texas how big are those they they were huge hail hail stones right right yes the hell owns were about they were larger than your hands are they the four pounds four pound hail stones I never heard of such a thing but what we're finding out is that the straight line winds that are intensifying it takes a lot of straight line wind to create larger hail and the atmosphere compression from space actually the space dust which is ionized iron type space dust particles are pushing the jet stream closer to the surface of the earth which thus creates more straight line winds that creates larger hail tornadoes and other types of the fax lightning also has increased because its charged particles so you're gonna have more lectures very ecstatic electrical lighting shocks more like lightning bolts so the hail is getting worse this is all it's gonna destroy crops and also we're find out that the radiation levels is up eighteen percent over the last twenty four months and that's affecting the soil so seeds won't grow as well in the soil can affect the yield and they know this are these studies are already out there you know this is happening which shocks me when the met when the governor of Michigan wouldn't allow people to buy seed because of cold at nineteen and I can't figure this out the life of me why would you stop the sell of seed when people complained gardens when is give me food shortages and one more thing Clyde I'm I'm in the west Lafayette Indiana there's a plant at Tyson food plant thirty miles for me in a town called Logansport Indiana town about twenty thousand people a hundred and forty six workers there tested positive for the cold virus they've had to shut the plant down they've shutting plants down everywhere and this is going to definitely affect the hogs the beef the poultry across America so we're gonna see lowers the reveals of crops L. the lack of meat and we're having larger hail this is right out of the book of exodus yes it is played five plague six five six and seven are happening right now the boils on the body from corona virus that's a plague six we got boils inflammation we got plague seven is the thunderstorms hail and the fire I forgot about that Australia of course we have the massive fires but then what really get much press and I talked about it briefly was the fire near Chernobyl bit basically sent radioactive ashen smoke all over Europe which I I think I goes into played seven hail and fire major hail in del Rio Texas fire in Chernobyl radio active fire burning which is which is again unprecedented bid we look at again the locus in place eight and then of course said the ninth plague total darkness now this is something that it needs to be explored because total darkness could mean a power failure it could mean and that's what I was thinking.

Kawasaki disease
"kawasaki disease" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"kawasaki disease" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Her Cynthia. But the type is inevitable. So you guys. Are there are there animals nearby that you can sort of control the beer mug, a fleet collar? I'm not kidding. You needs more than that. Everyone we're deep, and it's really. You like there's animals here. I don't even feel like there's Rabat's their rats rats in the walls. It's gotta be rats guarantee. Yes. Yes. Those rats everywhere, and they are attracted to mold and water and things like that. Dr drew this morning. We started talking about typhus in Jensen kinda laughed and thought, you know, nobody's got typhus since the pirate days. Okay. Listeners call in that had typhus we had listeners call in who had had scarlet fever who had had trench mouth who had had gave fever Kawasaki disease. Hoof and mouth. I mean, it's just like everything is going around out there. And we now feel like I I mean, I'm terrified to go outside. Now. First of all, I understand there are gigantic textbooks have infectious diseases that are waiting for you. Seventeen hundred pages long. Most of them the ones that we were just mentioning have been solved. We live in a naive delusion that these things don't exist dos. Dos. People city hall standby goes type, I don't know what you're talking about. There's no type we have small outbreaks now. And then they are full of s this is a major deal, and we're going to have measles soon. Coming your way. In fact, I'm beginning to think we ought to have our measles titles. Check to make sure we're adequately Tigers. What's that? It's the circulating antibodies to fight the measles off. And if you're. Epidemics. We we have we live in a delusion that we're not biological. Nothing has changed. We just lived in a modern civilization that has broken down. We allow people language in the streets. We allow dumps to to develop on both sides. We allow rodents to overrun and the first thing the first wave is type..

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