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"kovar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:56 min | 1 d ago

"kovar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Habit of tons of live reaction to bring you let's go to the forgotten man Tonight his first two gold game. Bryan Carpenter, meeting with reporters by assume being sidelined to be able to go out on him and gave my kid tonight. It's always nice. Yeah, I mean, when I was out with Kovar, that's always tough. But the boys were went in and playing good. And then when you come back, and you just wanna contribute, so any time you're deaf guy, it's nice to score. And contribute and on. It was a line effort on that first goal, So it was nice just help the team out. But tonight was all about Kepner is nice for him to get that that goal and we all admire him for it, and there's nice to get the two points. Was everyone pretty anxious about it? What waiting and wanting indicated this suit as he could. Yeah. I mean, I'm sure he was probably the most anxious, excited to get all the way, but, um, yeah. I mean, he was getting plenty of chances. And you can you can tell when it's that milestone. I'm sure they're thinking about it, but, yeah, we all want it. We all knew it was probably on his mind. And every time he got a shot, I think we're all holding their breaths. It was nice Heat nicely score. That was real nice place. Next question will go to Ben Pope. Chicago Sun Times Been. Your line is active. Please go ahead. Ryan, What's it been like getting used to that spot in the middle of the power play unit and sort of translating it into the goal tonight? Yeah, it was nice to nice to score in it. I feel like the past couple games. You really haven't got many chances. So this isn't trying to visualize a lot and stay ready. But we have so like to break it and cane. They just have so much chemistry and book was this. So get up Top and Carl, so good at net from makes a lot of strong plays are on face offs. And, um, you know, just try toe. Try to do my job support all over the ice and we're card. It's nice thing about it in my first shot. On the power play, but you know it's nice car lot of really good screen and the guys had a really good job of moving in around around the up top and then the break. It found me It was. It's nice to contribute, but it's just really nice to get the win tonight. Tom. It seems like over the past few games were like not just tonight. You've had more offensive opportunities, more scoring chances than maybe normally are you making more of an effort to turn to push forward offensively when you get a chance? I mean, I think last year I probably tied my goals from last year already, But that's not saying much, but I just I think I came in this season of maybe having a simpler mindset helps me on the power play tonight. But sometimes goals aren't always pretty. Just find a way to get it like that Golden Knight went off. Somebody went in and so working hard and simplifying your game, not being too cute and just being around the net, and that's where a lot of the goals were scored. And that was my focus coming in this year. Next question, although to Mark Lazarus with the athletic mark, your line is active. Hey, Ryan, what do you take from a game like this? It was kind of the opposite of last night. Where last night, you kind of controlled play and lost here. You give a 46 shots but win 72. What do you take from a game like that? That's crazy. Hockey works right. You feel like you maybe play better and losing the opposite happens. But it was just nice to get the two points. I think after probably watched the video in a couple days and learn from it. Tough on back to back, but they're a good team. I mean, they worked hard they had They had some guys on line up, but you gotta give credit to them. They worked hard and made it hard for us. And links came up big. We've gotten good goaltending all year. So that was that was nice again tonight. No, no offensive Detroit But you're taking quite a step up in competition with three and against Tampa coming up next. What has to get better before Tampa gets here? Yeah. I mean, we have to play a complete game way need to try to remember what happened. Last time I gave up. I think five each time last time, So I mean, they're former Stanley Cup champs for a reason, and they create a lot offensively, And so we're gonna have to do a lot just Gonna have to be a full 60 game. It's gonna have to be all 20 guys buying in and doing the little things and those things add up and just give ourselves a chance. We've been kind of kind of saying all year, but I mean, they're real good team. I'm sure the coaches will have us game plan and ready, but we're hoping for a better result than last time. Next question will go to Phil Thompson with the Chicago Tribune. Fill your line is active. Please go ahead. Brian, When you stop can get that gold number 400 do you remember? The first thing is first word? It crossed your mind The first thing that you said to him, especially didn't I just say congrats? When I saw him, but when? When he was on the bench, he kinda had a pretty clear two on one and just in my head..

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"kovar" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:28 min | Last month

"kovar" Discussed on WEEI

"And follow us on Twitter at Sports map Radio when I have a connection here, Mommy wake up calls LeBron James pretty much demolished Cleveland last night. This is funny, because we just got done a couple of months ago watching the last dance where Michael Jordan was like, Oh, and then the pizza guy disrespected me, so I had to score 50 on him and then the equipment manager We're kind of smirked at me in the wrong way. So I had to put 50 on their team. Ah, LeBron Mr Shot last night in the third quarter and an executive from the cows was clapping a little too much. So LeBron scored 21 of his 46 points in the fourth quarter, his LeBron channeling his inner Michael Jordan. We might find somebody somebody down in this building that it disrespect me so I could explode. Hey, sit afterwards, I felt like he was a little bit too excited about seeing me miss, if I'm Teammate. I'm making stories up now. I'm totally doing it right. LeBron don't ever change, man. Just keep copying Michael in every way Possible. Wake up. Call with Tony de and wrong. Kolber Weekday mornings from 7 to 9 eastern, Wake up calls. Please tell me how the Olympics are gonna happen. Does it not feel like that should not happen? Are we ready to say the whole world can get other in one location Because, you know we always have issues with what goes on the Olympic Village. I don't think we need that running around to feel Big village. Whatever you think goes on in the Olympic Village, multiply it by 1000. And that's what really goes on at the Olympic Village. Yeah, I mean, it's Vegas. Wake up call with Tony de and wrong Kovar weekday mornings from 7 to 9 Eastern, middle middle middle, willing to bet money that Philip Rivers somewhere in his home has that sign up that says No cousin. No fuss in whatever the hell else do. They go back to back when you walk in from the mud room, no custody, no fuss and no back talking. Because with nine kids and probably a couple dogs, you need a mud room. And he seems like a guy that would say fussing and caustic quote. Thank you for the refs putting up with my fussing. That's what I mean. Like he already used the word fussing. You know, he's got that sign in his house. He's the one I'm going to get me a big lunch today. Yeah, he's walking around Home Depot with six of his 12 kids with his wife on speaker. Let's gets here. He's one of those guys that he's walking through the parking lot at Home Depot in somebody's trying to back out. I'll go get my bag. Waive that right..

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"kovar" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:45 min | Last month

"kovar" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"I'm getting married next month, and I'm working towards becoming a B cat B c A t. What's that? Hope? I'm saying that right board certified autism technician? Oh, that's fantastic. Yeah. How's your sisters? Wedding going. How's that looking? Oh, she's supposed to get married in May, and I mean everything is just kind of up in the air. Her venue seems to think that we'd be able to have some type of ceremony. She's had to cut down her guest list by a lot, but The plan right now is hopefully still may use the guest list because I know we're on it. My family just my wife and I not my son. He didn't make it. Is he guest list locked there. Is there a chance that it still might be pared down some more With last minute deletions. It might have to be cut down. Some more can be really because I figured that could be the case of Kovar 19 of stuff that it might be cuts out more. Yeah, I don't know. I wasn't. I'll take tons of pictures for you. Don't worry about it. You put in a good word with you for Britt. No. I said I'll take tons of pictures for you in case she comes to you. Yeah, I made a bother nobody They made about it. You need you? No more Happy news. As of tomorrow, my husband, I will be first time homeowners and I get my second covert vaccine tomorrow And then my boyfriend goes back to work today. After being off for three months. My mom gets her first covert 19 vaccines. She's getting it next week. Supposed to be the third. I thought, but I think she moved to the fifth. Do too. And incoming snowstorms You wanna mess with which was all up in arms yesterday, joking? She goes Nikki Nygaard. I don't know how, but she got it. She said she just called up her doctor. He said come over and she got it. What is that called number making appointment. She just calls up the Duchess's Yeah. Come get it tomorrow or something. What is that calling her doctor? No, I guess she's in a different healthcare plan. I called insta card. Don't you see what they can do? So.

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Philadelphia Sixers fined $25,000 for handling of Ben Simmons injury over the weekend

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | Last month

Philadelphia Sixers fined $25,000 for handling of Ben Simmons injury over the weekend

"Sixers visiting the Atlanta Hawks. The game is just underway. The sixth was leading by a bucket 8 to 6 first quarter action. The MBA find the Sixers $25,000 for violating the league's injury reporting rules after Ben Simmons wasn't on the injury report Friday. When Philadelphia had half its team in the NBA is health and safety protocols after Seth Curry tested positive for Kovar 19 the day before six is listed him out for Saturday afternoon's game due to a stiff me Again that game just getting underway with the Sixers and the Atlanta Hawks down South Road work delays

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Nursing home forced to delay COVID-19 vaccinations due to virus outbreak at facility in metro Atlanta

Clark Howard

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Nursing home forced to delay COVID-19 vaccinations due to virus outbreak at facility in metro Atlanta

"Covert report from the Health Department says 5900. Plus new cases have been reported. That's a near record number 451 new hospitalizations and the test pause positivity rate. Is near 19% more than 100. Seniors and dozens of employees infected with Kovar 19 at a Woodstock nursing home have learned that the important vaccine is now being delayed getting to them. An administrator from Woodstock nursing and rehab till Channel two action news that a corporate employee infected with the virus may be the cause of the outbreak at the home.

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Workers install 192 crystals on Times Square New Year's ball

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:11 sec | 2 months ago

Workers install 192 crystals on Times Square New Year's ball

"New York, workers have installed the glittering Waterford crystal triangles on Time Square's New Year's Eve ball with Kovar 19. There won't be tightly packed crowds of revelers this time.

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Where the College Football Playoff stands after Week 13

ESPN Radio

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Where the College Football Playoff stands after Week 13

"Has set, you know on January 1st, um It doesn't sound like they get. They're gonna push off of that Rose Bowl, all the Sugar bowl or you two semifinal sites on Then you got the natty, you know. Two weeks later on on Monday, January 11th down at the Orange Bowl. Esso at hard Rock Stadium in my and Miami Flash, Fort Lauderdale. It doesn't sound like they're gonna move, Freddie. Um oh, that sounds like they're They are going to stick right with that that that schedule and they really don't have a ton of wiggle room. But remember it When it comes to those four teams. If a team does get a hit with covert of the four qualifying semifinalists, they will not move Number five in They will try and figure out a way to play the game. And then that comes into your point of then do you have to try to postpone it? Yeah. Why not a bubble environment. If you college football something, everything. Good night off the table. Well, you know if your college football are you ruling willing to risk Having a potential college ball player and then two teams get infected. Havoc over 19 breakout happened and then you don't have a council of playoff. I know they may be tough to pay for it. And in this time in this day and age with Kovar 19, but if your college football everything has to be on the table if you're really hell bent. I'm having a council playoff. No matter what's going on. I'll tell you this

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Chicago's Cook County reports 65 Covid deaths

WBBM Evening News

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago's Cook County reports 65 Covid deaths

"The latest on the coronavirus in Illinois doctors reporting 85 new deaths today of the respiratory disease, and the Health Department says 65 of them are in Cook County, including a woman in her thirties. State also reporting 6100 and 90 new cases the time the number of people hospitalized with Kovar 19 down in Illinois, but officials say they are bracing for a spike of post Thanksgiving cases.

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How different hospitals battle the pandemic to save lives

Morning Edition

06:28 min | 3 months ago

How different hospitals battle the pandemic to save lives

"Thanksgiving holiday arrives during an escalating calamity. More than one million people are testing positive for Corona virus every week. Now that is a high enough number that there is a good chance that some of your family friends or co workers. Among them. It's certainly been true for me these last several weeks if you want to identify and especially hard hit state, just throw a dart at a map because the odds are that any state you hit will qualify. This morning we visit three. Sebastian Martinez Valdivia is a K B A. And Missouri Blake farmer is with WPL and in Nashville, Tennessee, and Bram Sable Smith. Is with Wisconsin public radio. Welcome to all of you. Good morning. Thank you. Morning, and Bram. How widespread is this surge in Wisconsin, where you are? It's quite widespread, you know, by September, public health experts were really sounding the alarm about the rise. In cases we're seeing in the state initially were seen surges and cities where the university started located, but very quickly. The virus is rampant in communities. All over Wisconsin. As you know, Steve cases they're just the beginning of a covert search. So our hospital started filling up quickly. And maybe most concerned involves our death. Worried. We reported the record 104 deaths yesterday. We're losing about 52 people every day, on average and over 3000 people. Wisconsin have died of covered 19 so far, and I should also note we are seeing a slight downturn. Our cases are slightly our cases are dropping ever so slightly, But we're still very much at the top of the mountain and Steve the death rates very similar here in Tennessee. But cases are still climbing often more than 4000 Day. And As we found throughout this pandemic destined to lag those big spikes in new cases by a couple of weeks, So Tennessee's bracing for what could be to come because so far they're just has no sign existing of cases, letting up. Blake, over here in neighboring Missouri were in a similar ballpark in terms of new cases on deaths. But the really troubling trend has been in hospitalizations, which are high and continuing to rise on. Hospitals are really struggling with capacity and a lot of parts of the state. Well, let's talk a little bit more about hospitals or doing in Missouri, then Yeah, well, one of the big problems is a lot of the smaller rural hospitals that traditionally transfer patients toe urban and metro areas for intensive care are really struggling to find beds because those larger hospitals are already full. S O. For example, Cocks Health, which is in Springfield, the third biggest city here in Missouri, has expanded its hospital capacity multiple times over the past nine months, but it's still had to turn people away. Steve Edwards is the CEO there. So we will have added 147 bed capacity, which is probably bigger than the Average hospital state, Missouri, he says the hospital keeps hitting what it would have considered a worst case scenario every couple of weeks. But adding rooms isn't really the half of it the biggest challenge, according to Edward to staffing, so training staff to care for covert patients, and then the draining work of actually caring for them. So that's the crisis in Missouri, Bram Sable Smith, Let's go back to Wisconsin Howard doctors trying to keep up where you are. You know, October the state we converted our state fairgrounds into what's called an alternative care facility to handle the excess capacity. We have so about 89% of the hospital beds available in the entire state for being occupied right now, in some regions, that's higher. At the alternative care facility. There's only nine patients right now, though. That's in part because it's voluntary to go there. It's also because it's where patients will go to recover kind of after they've cleared a hurdle in their covert treatment. The idea behind that is To free up resource is inside the hospitals to treat on influx of patients. Researchers like ICU beds that are in very short supply here and brand that the corps of Engineers build alternative care sites here in Tennessee is well, but increasingly, there's a concern about having the staff to open them. And a big reason for that is that so many nurses and doctors air out themselves with Kovar 19 or because they have to quarantine Well, Blake. What are hospitals in Tennessee, saying about that? Well, they're really starting to sound the alarm. In a way we haven't heard for a long time. Hospital administrators have wanted to make sure people knew that they would be able to handle the usual patients along with covert, and that's just less. So now. Dr Katrina Green works in an HCIA emergency room here in Nashville. We're worried about what the delays and care will mean for our patients, and I am personally terrified in my hospital. Being full could result in someone dying in the waiting room. The situation has become particularly severe in parts of Texas as well like El Paso and love IQ. For now that they're able to transport covert patients to other parts of the state. But there's going to be a time likely when those hospitals air capacity to You know, I spent some time last week and one of the five covert units at the University Hospital here in Madison, Wisconsin, where I live. I spoke to Mary Lowe. She's a nursing assistant in the unit. She's been there since the pandemic began. This has been going on for a long time. And right now it doesn't feel like there's an end in sight. Even though there will be a time it doesn't necessarily feel like that right now. You know that unit as 28 beds and they've been consistently full and she says, it's it's exhausting and remember, the whole reason for shutdowns early on, was to prevent hospitals from being overrun will now in a lot of these states like ours, Those restrictions are long gone, and hospitals are now nearing the edge of that cliff. But political leaders are really finding it hard to go backward after lifting restrictions, months, Okay, granted, that's granted. That's true. But suggestion haven't some political leaders at least faced pressure to approve more safety measures. Yeah, There's definitely been pressure here in Missouri. The State Hospital Association actually sent a letter last week to a Republican governor Mike Parson, urging him to kind of issue one of those statewide mass mandate, saying the Wolf is at the door. But like a lot of Republican governors, he's rejected that call just to the north of us, though. In Iowa, the story's a little different. So Governor Kim Reynolds, there, also a Republican, was initially against the mask mandate, and she even said that city's couldn't issue their own mandates back in the summer, But she recently reversed course. I would have seen one of the biggest surges in cases and hospitalizations in the country per capita. I will has roughly half the population of misery, but it's almost in the same ballpark in terms of new cases. S O earlier this month, Reynolds did end up issuing a statewide mass mandate as well as some restrictions on public and private gatherings, with exceptions for some businesses and religious services.

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Man on Dirt Bike Shot, Killed Across From City Hall in Philadelphia, Cops Say

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Man on Dirt Bike Shot, Killed Across From City Hall in Philadelphia, Cops Say

"Police Police say say a a gunman gunman with with an an automatic automatic weapon weapon opened opened fire fire this this evening, evening, then then chased chased down down and and killed killed a a man who'd been sitting on a park dirt bike on the sidewalk and 15th and market streets across from Philadelphia City Hall. It happened just after 6 30 this evening when police say the shooter jumped out of a car and was targeting the victim firing at least 11 shots, Officials say the 20 year old victim was found just a few feet from the clothes pin art sculpture shot in the face, neck and chest. Police found 11 shell casings on the center square sidewalk. Police Chief Inspector Scott Small says the entire incident was captured on surveillance cameras appears from recording that the shooter was targeting this individual because he excellent vehicle Went on the sidewalk and began chasing this male who was sitting on the dark bite and chased him south on the sidewalk on 15th Street, firing multiple shots from pretty close range. So far. No rest. No weapon recovered. Kovar

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Chicago’s travel quarantine list now rates states yellow, orange or red

John Landecker

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago’s travel quarantine list now rates states yellow, orange or red

"Chicago Public Health Commissioner Dr Allison our body announcing today a change in the cities travel order. States will now be characterized as red, orange or yellow. Red states have the worst problem with Kovar gazes doctor already talks about Orange states If people are travelling from the Orange states, it is now required upon arrival in Chicago, either the 14 Day quarantine or a pre arrival negative test result. Both red and orange states will require a 14 Day Corentin. They're currently 43 states on the list as well as Puerto Rico.

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"kovar" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The people whose lives have been destroyed by Kovar 19, CBS News correspondent David Big No checked in with one family. Torn apart. The United States is now averaging over 950 deaths every day, and the virus continues to claim the lives of people like Austin Tanner. He was 18 years old from Melvin del Michigan. He died on October 27th. We spoke to his mother, Carrie. I don't feel empty lost in alone. Carrie says she doesn't know where or how her son caught the virus. She says he only left the house to go to church and to a support group for his anxiety. Austin had autism. And Carrie says he was terrified about catching the virus. More than 100,000 new virus cases are being reported every single day, putting the total number of U. S infections at more than 10 million so far, with the death toll that's quickly approaching 240,000 Americans. Los Angeles County is not making the great when it comes to curbing the virus of kids can get back into the classroom. A surgeon Corona virus cases means it will take longer for L. A county to move into the red tear. When school's Khun reopened for the general student population we had four days last week where every single day we were reporting over 2000 nukes cases just for that day alone. Barbara Ferrer L. A county's public health director, spoke with parents during a virtual town hall about the school's reopening. They have to get down to About, you know, 700 cases or so per day in order to be able to get into tear, too. So, you know, we were averaging way more than that right now. Public health is also inspecting each county school before they reopen to make sure they meet strict covert guidelines. Emily Valadez can extend 70 news radio 10 49 on connects. Many are asking Will the election of Joe Biden as president bring new life and funding to high speed rail in California? The virus has taken a toll on business and personal travel since the beginning of the year. But looking ahead there's reason to believe new transportation projects will be forthcoming in the next administration here is can ex travel Editor Peter Greenberg Joe Biden is a big fan of Amtrak? He took it every day from Wilmington, Washington. He's put it on a priority list to get back to high speed rail. That was tried in the Obama administration. It didn't fly with a lot of governors. They're going to try that again. It has been controversial in California the cost right of way. The run from here to Las Vegas just hit a stag Unless there's a national mandate here in which everybody's on board we may have the same problems again, but least they're going to try it again. A number of states looking at high speed rail the competition for funding if it comes Will be significant Dick Helton connects and 70 news radio. We saw major gains on Wall Street yesterday. What's it look like King? What's it looking like? I should say today. What do you say? We find out? Let's go live to Wall Street and check on Your money. This is a Bloomberg money minute. You want stocks, a lower omitted text sell off and invest is a concerned over the rise in Corona virus cases. The Dow is up 80 points. The tech heavy NASDAQ is down 192 and the SNP is falling 20 points. She's appellate Tana wrap a percent after the fitness tech company announced a multi year partnership with Beyonce to produce a Siri's of workout videos. The European Union is taking aim at Amazon regulators so looking into how it uses sales information from rivals who do business in its marketplace and whether Amazon unfairly favors its own products. And your home delivery from WalMart. May 1 Day show up in a car with no driver. Wal Mart in G. M's cruise division will begin testing the use of driverless caused the home deliveries next year. Donna Wilson Bloomberg Radio. The emotional and psychological issues new study looks at the shark spike in the number of serious health conditions because of those, we'll tell you more about that in just 90 seconds. Stay with us. The news continues its 10 51.

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Biden rolls out COVID-19 advisory board

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Biden rolls out COVID-19 advisory board

"Joe Biden is working now on the Koven 19 fight. He's not waiting Advisory board will listen and learn lessons from your experience. Because we know that we won't fully defeat Kovar 19 until we defeat it everywhere. My advisory council also clues experts on global health security and, he says. In the meantime, the best defense is a mask, he said. Quote. I implore you to wear a mask

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"kovar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Back to roll. The National news for that backto Ed Baxter in San Francisco head. Alright, Carol. Thank you. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is saying Donald Trump should continue to seek Legal options to his defeat. The president has every right to look into allegations and a request recounts. Under the law. Now, he says he doesn't understand how Republicans could pick up congressional seats and not have the votes for Mr Trump. Well vote, Georgia voting systems manager Gabriel Sterling says. It's really very simple. There's many people who did not vote for the president. Who did vote for David Perdue, R Kelly. Leffler. Republicans voting for congressional candidates but not able to vote for Mr Trump President elect Joe Biden is working on the Koven 19 Fight Advisory board will listen and learn lessons from your experience. Because we know that we won't fully defeat Kovar 19 until we defeat it everywhere. My advisory council also clues experts on global health security and, he says. In the meantime, the best offense is a mask and social distancing, he said. Quote I implore you where a mask case is growing again in New York. Good booze is the fighter tests look good, and we'll have a vaccine shortly. The bad news is That it's about two months before Joe Biden takes over New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. Meanwhile, that was Andrew Cuomo. By the way, the governor of New York and New Jersey governor Phil Murphy is rolling back access to restaurants and bars for indoor dining After 10 P.m., California governor Gavin Newsom expressing great concern today, over what might happen to health care is a U. S. Supreme Court takes up the.

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Joe Biden gives remarks to country from Wilmington, Delaware

Jim Bohannon

08:44 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden gives remarks to country from Wilmington, Delaware

"President Joe Biden is set to give remarks to the country from Wilmington, Delaware, as his lead over President Trump grows in Key states at this hour. Joe Biden's elite in Pennsylvania has grown to nearly 29,000 votes in Nevada. It's more than 22,000 votes in Arizona, His leaders shrunk a bit, too just shy of 30,000 votes is more votes were counted there. Biden was hoping to make a bit of a victory speech tonight outside the Chase Center in Wilmington. But the race is not yet projected by CBS News or other major news organizations. And so we expect him instead to urge patience and unity in the country. CBS News contributor Peter Mayer, a veteran of the White House beat is with us and Peter. It seems that Biden is trying to strike a careful balance. Well, he certainly is. Steven, the former vice president is clearly within striking distance of the goal of his political life. The presidency he may not want to outright will proclaim victory here tonight, but he obviously wants to build up the image of inevitability, right? I think you're right, Peter, and let's listen in as Joe Biden addresses the country live from Wilmington, Delaware. Good evening. Fellow Americans. You don't have a final declaration. Victory yet. But the numbers tell us it's clear. It's clear and convincing story. We're going to win this race. Just look what has happened since yesterday. 24 hours we're behind in Georgia. Our head and we're gonna win that state. 24 hours ago. We're behind offensive alien and we are going to win Pennsylvania. And now we're ahead. But we're winning in Arizona, Nevada. In fact, Arlie just doubled in Nevada. Ron Tract of over 300 electoral votes. Electoral college votes. Look at the national numbers. I'm going to win this race with a clear majority with nation behind us. You've gotten over 74 million votes. Repeat that 74 million votes. That's more than any presidential ticket has ever gotten in the history of United States of America. Our vote total is still growing. BT Donald Trump over four million votes. That's a margin is still growing as well. One of things I'm especially proud of is how well we've done across America. And we're going to be the first Democrat to win in Arizona and 24 years. We're going to be the first Democrat to win George in 28 years. And we've rebuilt the blue wall in the middle of country that crumbled just four years ago. Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, the Heartland of this nation. I know watching these vote tallies on TV moves very slower, slow and it's Has slow As it goes, it could be numbing. But never forget that tallies aren't just numbers. They represent votes and voters, men and women who exercise their fundamental right to have their voice heard. What's becoming clear each hour. Is that a record number of Americans of all races face religions. Chose change over Mohr of the same They've given us a mandate for action on covert economy, climate change systemic racism. They made it clear they want the country to come together, not continue to pull apart. People spoke more than 74 million Americans. They spoke loudly for our ticket. While we're waiting for the final results. I want people to know we're not waiting to get the work done and start up start the process yesterday. Senator Harris and I held meetings with groups of experts in public health and economic and the economic crisis this country is facing. And pandemic, as you also know is getting more worrisome all across the country. Daily cases or skyrocket. It is now believed that we could spike see as many as 200,000 cases in a single day. The death tolls approaching 240,000 lives lost this virus. That's 240,000 empty chairs, kitchen tables and dining room tables all across America. I'll never be able to measure all that pain and the loss the suffering of so many families have experienced. You know something about what it feels like, lose to something it feels like to lose someone. We want them to know they're not alone. Our hearts break with you. When everyone everyone you know, on day one. We're going to put our plan to control this virus into action. We can't save any of the lives lost. Any of those have been lost, but we can save a lot of lives in the months ahead. Senator Harris and I also heard yesterday. About how this recovery slowing. Because of the failure get the pandemic under control. Or the 20 million people are on unemployment. Millions are worried about making rent. Putting food on the table. Economic plan. We'll put a focus on a path to a strong recovery. Look, we both know tensions are high. They can be high. After a tough election one like we've had We don't remember. We have to remain calm. Patient, let the process work out. As we count all the votes. You know, we're proving again What we proved for 244 years in this country. Democracy works. Your vote will be counted. I don't care how hard people try to stop it. I will not let it happen. People will be heard. Our journeys toward a more perfect union, and it keeps moving on. In America. We hold strong views. Have strong disagreements, and that's okay. Longest, strongest agreements are inevitable. In a democracy. Strong disagreements are healthy. They're a sign of a vigorous debate of deeply held views. We have to remember. The purpose of our politics isn't total unrelenting, unending warfare. No. Purpose of our politics. The work of the nation isn't a fan the flames of conflict. But to solve problems. To guarantee justice to give everybody a fair shot. To improve the lives of our people. Maybe opponents, but we're not enemies were Americans. No matter who you voted for. I'm certain of one thing. Vast majority of them. 150 mayor 150 Million Americans voted They want to get the vitriol out of our politics. Certainly not going to agree on a lot of issues. At least we can agree to be civil with one another. Have to put the anger and the demonization behind us. It's time for us to come together as a nation to heal. It's not gonna be easy. We have to try. My responsibility as president, we will be to represent the whole nation. We want you to know. Our work is hard for those who voted against me as those who voted for me. Catch the job. That's the job. Is called the duty of care for all Americans. I have serious problems to deal with Kovar economy to racial justice, climate change. I don't have any more time to waste on partisan warfare. You know, and more than that we have such an incredible opportunity to build the future We want for our kids and our grandkids. I've said many, many times. I've never been more optimistic about the future of this nation. There is no reason We can't on the 21st century. Just need to remember who we are. This is the United States of America. There's never been anything anything. My name's unable to do unable to accomplish when we've done it together. I hope to be talking you tomorrow. Well, thank you all. May God bless you and May God protect our troops tonight

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"kovar" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Area heroes who are working to create a positive change in their communities. During this pandemic, we call them difference makers And in this week's story KCBS is Carrie, who dissect profiles a San Francisco high school student who created a program to teach young people the importance of medicine. Viva Vong, a junior at Lowell High School in San Francisco, says the idea to start a program for young people came at the start of the cove in 19 pandemic when scientists first started talking about developing a vaccine in the news about new drugs, vaccines and anti bodies being created, too. Help treat patients with Kovar 19 gave a spark to society that we could recover from this pandemic and that alive could return to normal. She formed youth in premed to give people her age the resources they need to pursue a career in medicine if they choose to fight the resources to Go into the field of medicine so that in the future, we can be the start of hope that society sees during times of clutches. Her program allows doctors from Kaiser Permanente and medical students from Stanford University to speak at virtual presentations about their careers in the medical field. She also gives students advice for applications, interviews and public speaking skills. I think young people are the future and they're going to be the ones who are Creating events vaccines, Vang has been able to help over 100 students at 30 schools across the Bay Area, she says. In the future, there will be more pandemics to come. Many people who don't have access to health care and others who will lose their lives to incurable diseases. However, there is still hope but smiling more. To take part in the field of nice things. They're in pandemics even helped create of us seem hostile. Unlearned handle Vyv along and her program used in premed making a difference Carry. Who'd a sec? KCBS. So if right now you're thinking I know someone who is working to help keep us safe during this pandemic, and you'd like to nominate them as a KCBS difference maker. Email difference makers at KCBS radio dot com. MoneyWatch time. Here's Jeff Coleman. Many employers complain they can't find employees with the needed skill may be a better option is to create them. I'm.

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"kovar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And we're told that if you don't do it, if you're post that, then you're not following the science. Well, they get to pick and choose which science that they choose that we should all follow. It's almost like if you don't follow this version of science, and then they make it a moving target. It was about member in the very beginning of Cove it What was it about mortality overcrowding, the hospitals. And so then what happened is like now It's about positive cases. And now when it comes to flu shot now, what are they saying? The same script. Hey, let's not overcrowd the hospital. We don't want co infection here with Kovar 19 and also the flu. So make sure you get your flute. They're using the same script in If you know that here, it's the mask mandates. If that is what is the number one thing that helps to control the virus? Well, then what would you see? You would see the number a positive cases going down over the summer as the adherence to the mass mandate went up. I went out by 20% across the board in some states of his higher But then what do you see? You still see the the positive cases rising because what that's the natural course of a virus. Ours is going to do what's going to do. Regardless of whether we wear masks or not. It's going to infect people who are vastly sick, who have health problems because of Iris is going to seek its most natural habitat. Habitat Workin prive infect, and then that's what then causes the spread. So if we really cared about giving people solutions, and we know that healthy people are not at risk, we could focus on Helping people get healthy because we know that health is not a static state of being my right when I say that. I mean your health today. Yeah. Influences your health tomorrow. But you don't have to say my health is what it is what it is, and it's never going to change. But we can help those people make strides and be more competent, which helps them right away. And whether viruses better But instead what really just throws me is seeing Us govern with false solutions and fear and it breaks my heart to see people thousands hundreds of thousands across the U. S. I would venture to say millions. I saw a report today and it's not coming to me, however, are still afraid to leave their homes. Right and then those who are afraid and that do venture out and then you see The influence on the Children and you see how they're They're with their, you know? Ah, being afraid of other people. Pulling their Children away from other people walking into coffee shops freaking out that there's people sitting at the table sipping on there, you know, sipping their coffee without wearing masks and then turning right around. We saw this recently turned right around and pulling that child, so we got to get out of here. There's people in there not wearing masks. We got to go somewhere else. Right. That level of paranoia will have generational effects on those child's minds, which Is what we're here to help with. You know, we need to show people and model hope to people that we don't have to be afraid and that's not Dare I say That's not a political statement? No, This is not about politics. This has been made political, so we're good. We're hearing this. Like I don't want to tune into a show about health and listen to politics is not about politics. This has nothing to do with politics. It's about having faith over fear when it comes to trust in your body, and really Trusting the model of the terrain theory of health understanding that the germ theory of health has been debunked at this point, and it's not about a germ or a virus or bacteria. It's all about building a healthy immune system. And when you understand that's building a healthy immune system. Now we're talking herd immunity. Now we're talking about building really health, generational health of faith over fear and really understanding and trusting the body, and we're talking about kids who learned from what we're walking through and who do better. Next time we see this happen? That's right. Well, I appreciate your time until you have places to be, and we're going to go to a short break when we come back. We're talking about a new language and health care that I believe causes more harm than good, And I believe it's critically important. As you go into the lion's den that we call health care to understand Maura about some of these strategies and also just some of the things that are going on behind the scenes that really dictate your health and health care. And we're also going to be discussing better questions that you can ask when it comes to your health. Ember. The quality of your.

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COVID-19 outbreak at Seattle's Harborview leaves 1 dead, several infected

Eye on Veterans

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

COVID-19 outbreak at Seattle's Harborview leaves 1 dead, several infected

"Radio Aaron Green yellow reports that 10 staff members are now in isolation. It's not clear who brought the virus into one of the hospital's surgical units, and it's still not known if the outbreak is fully contained. Dr. John Lynch is an infectious diseases expert at Harborview investigating the source of the outbreak. Health worker who is pre symptomatic symptomatic come to work. Did a visitor come in with Kovar 19 and introduced us? Or a patient who had overnight somehow interact with another patient. Lynch says the patient who died had underlying conditions. None of the infected workers has been hospitalized. And now you're whether it's been a cloudy day and we'll see a cloudy night tonight

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Trump's son Barron had coronavirus, says first lady

Wendy Bell

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Trump's son Barron had coronavirus, says first lady

"Hour. First Lady Melania Trump says son, Barron had tested positive for the Corona virus, but has since tested negative. That is the new part of the story. The White House initially said he tested negative after both of his parents tested positive earlier this month. The first lady said today that subsequent testing showed Baron had also come down with Kovar 19. He has again since tested negative, she says, as have both she and

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Trump tests negative for Covid-19 on consecutive days, White House doctor says

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Trump tests negative for Covid-19 on consecutive days, White House doctor says

"Doctor says he's no longer infectious to others. The White House released a memo from Dr Sean Conley, saying the president is tested negative for Corona virus on consecutive days. The update comes as the president flew to Florida for his first campaign rally since being diagnosed with Kovar 19. President told supporters in Sanford. He was immune from the virus and would kiss anyone in the audience.

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"kovar" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:08 min | 5 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Addressing about what we're going to do about Kovar, so let's listen in to Governor Michelle Luhan Grisha. Those are red. The spread rate is up. Throughout New Mexico. And actually, Dr Davis is of AH, New Mexico. I have a grant from that'll show you in a minute. And the case count now is back above 168. So both of those are in the red. Way also are seeing each day a much higher proportion of counties reporting covered cases. So this isn't just Couples ball areas where we're seeing an increase in cases. This is happening again over most of the state, particularly in the burning legal county area in the southeastern corner of the state, but all along That border as the modeling team looked at the data couple days ago. One of the things that striking is there's a very large amount of activity along the eastern border. Between New Mexico and Texas even more so in Texas, But of course we're seeing it here and Dona Ana County, also seeing a significant number of increases in cases with their There are cases per 100,000 going back into the red today as well. So we are Concerned. I'm really concerned. You know, we were yellow. I was hoping we would get to Greene. We did not. We're seeing those cases go back up the other metrics. We're still doing well, We're testing enough. Our test positivity rate is up. It was it was in the 2% range last week. Little over 3% this week because we have More cases are contact tracing where we contact and isolate new positive cases and then find out who their contacts were. And Call them and quarantine them those they're still coming in and good times times. In addition, although it's not included within this measure our test turnaround times at the labs. Very, very good right now as well. We're seeing under 24 hours to get a result. That's one of the best in the entire country. And we're proud of that. And that, but the most important part of that. Is the quicker we get The test results back. The sooner we can contact a case. Let them know. Let them know toe isolate. I should just pause to and just say, you know, if you are sick, please don't go to work. If your child is sick. Please don't let them go to school. Driving any respiratory symptoms whatsoever. Please stay home. Get in contact with your provider and find out what they suggest you dio. They may suggest testing. You mean if you're having Definite respiratory symptoms. Probably do you want to get tested for covet and but One of the things that everyone in New Mexico, Khun dude! Try to turn this. His case curve around before it goes all the way up above 300 like it did last time isjust to recommit to those things that we know. It'll work. Our delivery system. Capacity is good. We have room actually, many beds air filled with non Covic cases. And and I've mentioned here before. That I do watch that hospitalization number very closely everyday because uptick in the hospitalizations means more serious spread of the disease in New Mexico. For people in hospitals are people on ventilators. Which of course, increases the chance of more deaths as well. So this is the real thing. The hospital. A number of hospitalizations shows us that and we all have to really buckle down. I'll stay a little bit more about that. In just a minute, the next up slide. It looks like sort of. Ah, set of waves in an ocean and Ah, I know it's not the next site. I have. But let me do this when this is the Let's just do this when the seven day rolling average of growth rate it's a little bit different than spread rape, but the same idea and you can see that in every corner of the state. As well as Metro We're trending up. Southeast has the highest growth rate it has now since the first of September. With the outbreak in the large number of cases there may be a little hope in the Northeast are was going up and now sorry. I'm not going up and now coming down in Metro is coming back up a swell so lots of areas for concern here and and up, a Zay said the other day. I just want to underscore. I think we have the right public health orders out there. I think the direction that we've given to the state is sufficient. Teo Control this outbreak. But in order for those directives to work, we all have to follow. Well after a mass, we all have to keep our distance. We all have to Stay. Stay put actually stay away from large gatherings. The data shows that traveling large gathering attendants are the two big experiences. The people who just positive have had And there's data from all over the world now showing that as well, so I'm going to turn it back to the governor. And if they're one more slide, maybe go to the next one. This is really the same thing. I just showed you with growth rates in each region, all of them basically trending upwards over the last three weeks. And that's the thing that we have to stop. So I think with that I'm in it turning back to our governor in and ah And just one more time. Just encourage everybody out there. Teo, where that mask ever every week, A new article comes out that shows how effective massacring is effective. Distancing is staying 6 ft. Or more from other people. It's something we all Khun Dio Alright, we all will keep you posted on any decision The government makes about 10 days or so. Thank you. About reopening anything, opening schools or anything else. We'll keep you posted on that. We'll take a break now and we will come back with Mr Vince..

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New York City to fine people who refuse to wear masks

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:11 sec | 5 months ago

New York City to fine people who refuse to wear masks

"1 Mayor De Blasio says people who refused to wear masks in the city will face fines. He's also threatening to close private schools that break Corona virus safety rules. With Kovar 19 numbers rising again in

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Biden blasts Trump's Covid-19 response: He lied

Howie Carr

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Biden blasts Trump's Covid-19 response: He lied

"Outside Detroit, Michigan today rival Joe Biden calling the president's actions in the Corona virus threat Deadly for Americans is President Joe Biden was in Warren, Michigan today to town his plan to make products in America. But he began his remarks responding to the new book from journalist Bob Woodward that includes President Trump admitting he downplayed the danger of Kobe 19. The president. United States is admitted on tape in February he knew Do about Kovar 19 that passed through the air. He knew how deadly it was. It was much more deadly than the flu he knew and purposely played it down. Karen drivers ABC News traveling with the biting campaign in Warren, Michigan, raging

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"kovar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 6 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on AP News

"The Corona virus just days before the election. He insists it has nothing to do with the election it could be during the month of October actually could be before November, Democrat Joe Biden tells the A F L C I O over 190,000 Americans are dead. 6.2 million are infected with Kovar. 30 million unemployed. And nearly one in six small businesses has been shut down. Worst of all didn't have to be this way. No other country in the world. I'd covert spiral so far out of control trip also spent time today railing against mail in voting by people concerned about the pandemic. They're just sending 80 million ballots all over the country. 80 million ballots non requested. I call them unsolicited ballots. That's going to be the dirtiest fight of all on a P check flies it of mail in ballots in the general election are rejected at the same rate. As those toss during this year's primaries. About three times as many voters could see their votes rejected is those that were dropped in 2016. Main reasons for not getting counted, arriving too late to election offices, no voter signatures or in states that require them missing witness or notary signatures on the ballot envelopes. Yep, also derided. Top Defense Department leaders is wanting to keep waging wars to keep defense contractors happy as he continued to rail against the Atlantic Magazine article alleging that he made offensive comments about fallen U. S service members, including calling World War one dead, a military cemetery in France, losers and suckers. President called the reporting a hoax, saying, I'm not saying the military is in love with me. The soldiers are, he added, The top people at the Pentagon probably aren't because they want to do nothing but fight wars. So all those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the plane to make everything else. Stay happy. This is AP News. President Trump and congressional Democrats remain far apart on finding any sort of compromise on a Corona virus relief package. AP said Donahue has Mohr Talks broke off last month. President Trump says the blame falls on the Democrats. I know Pelosi. I know Schumer very well. They don't want to make a deal. The president says. A $3 trillion bill is too much, He says. Democratic leadership has another motive. They think that if the country does as badly as possible Even though a lot of people are being hurt. That's good for the Democrats. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is response. We're not budging. After talks broke off, Pelosi said. Republicans have to move. Why should there be a bill that has A far less what the public needs. We have that responsibility. President Trump says he is taking the high road. I'm taking the high road by not seeing them. Ed Donahue, Washington The House passed its measure back in the spring. Time.

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CDC tells states to prepare for vaccines as soon as late October

Doug Stephan's Good Day

04:00 min | 6 months ago

CDC tells states to prepare for vaccines as soon as late October

"Is telling states to prepare for the vaccine by late October. So you know how the New York Times and I don't want to necessarily bait you with this, but we've talked many times about how even medicine has become politicized. So there are those on the other side were saying on the other side of Trump that this is just an election ploy. It's not going to be safe. You just trying to get it out before the elections and get some votes. So what? The facts here and and all of that is ridiculous. And you know, you know where people people say stuff that I know what the media, the media says. And you know, there's so much disinformation in the media that it's scary. And you know, and so you know what to believe. That's the problem. You don't always believe right? But But you have to be very, very cost is about the media because there's so much this information it, but the facts are the facts are that That there's amazing progress being made. On the vaccine front. There are year or internationally, is all over the place both both and and I have listened to some of the medical scientists myself who are leading these projects. And there's some amazing progress when you compare to what's been done and how long it's taken to develop other vaccines, and there's no doubt in my mind By the end of the year. There's going to be an effective vaccine and the FDA is the fighting effectiveness that Dad, At least 50% of the people who get the vaccine will be prevented from getting disease. But what is being what is clear in the phase one and two Is that even if you don't get become prevented from getting disease, if you do get disease, it's a lot less severe. And with Cove it 19. What you're trying to do is avoid getting this severe covert 19 because that's The big problem. So many people get a minimal, mild or moderate form. But it's this this severe covert 19 where the immune response Is exaggerated. Dougie talk about having a strong immune system with Kovar 19 u don't want such a strong immune system. You know you want to be protected from the initial insult. But the reason why covert 19 is ah, horrible disease because there's a fraction of people. Fortunately, a small fraction That get a severe immune reaction and from head to toe, the circulation the arteries air damaged. You get this vasculitis. And then from there, you clot everywhere in the body. And this is why you die because blood can't get to the major organs and damages organs from head to toe. And what we're trying to do is avoid this severe co vered 19. And what we're seeing with the test for these various vaccines is not only is it preventing a TTE least 50% in several of them. And I'm predicting it'll probably be 60 and hopefully 70% effective and also so far, the safety profiles looked really pretty good and phase one and two are done on several of them and phase three. Are coming up being completed on on on several of them, and it really looks like by the end of October. We're going to have Ah, couple of choices that will be available and already there are plans on how to get it out. They've identified the priorities. The People who will get the first samples of the vaccine, and I predict by the end of the year, definitely by early spring, anyone who wants the vaccine We'll have one available,

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"kovar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on KGO 810

"Call my husband get something in case I get arrested. Fantastic, which they're not allowed to Dio take his order. 29 executive 29 each other as the plane for Nantes felony. We go my husband in case they arrest me, which they can't do because of executive order. 29 Page three. Very good. Three states unequivocally that no person shall be put under confinement Must have been given what I was thinking. You should look up. Hate stayed here. Go through G 8 29. Yeah. There you go. Tell you what you want Parents, one of your listeners from the 650 area code sets you mentioned having to wear shoes in a restaurant. So can we compromise? I'll wear a mask but no shirt. 100%. Absolutely. I got no problems. Yeah, Go do it. Unbelievable. And how great is life? How great is her life like she? She's like If I could get arrested for this civil disobedience, I'm gonna run for Congress. My life is so difficult, so many baby carriages in my garage. I could barely park my third call. It's not conditioning bills. We're up over $120 this last month. Come on, Weenie. My God, You know, she's not worried about being shot by a cop during a traffic stop, should not worry about being shot by a nutbag. While she's protest Ng cop shooting unarmed civilians a traffic stop. She's not worried about Massive wildfires. You're storing everything she owns. She's not worried about a hurricane wiping out our whole town is not worried about her sense of daughters falling victim to an opioid pandemic. You're not worried about where they're gonna find her next meal. She's work I have to put on this mask. I want to see her. Blow her nose like how do you blow your nose without putting something over your nose and mouth? Can somebody explain that to me? How does that he can't do that. It's changes you'll be breathing in all that covered in eggs. Meanwhile, The United States has decided that in light of the six million cases of Kovar that we have and deaths that are nearing 200,000 year, we're going to get 200,000 desk by the end of month. Destiny and 200,000. The United States has decided We really don't want to. You really don't want to play with the rest of the world. As far as the vaccine goes, I'll tell you what this effort is and why it is a massive risk. That isn't just a moment. It's Chris Marilyn for Mark Thompson, kgo Looking to learn. Then join my car. Others on something you should know. Podcast. Why can't you do both? Why can't you be grateful for what you have but still want more? Let him enlighten you on how to deal with jerks how to count to infinity and why people believe in aliens? How many people believe that The Earth has been visited by aliens from another planet. It's a very large number. Make your life better and listen to something you should know free. On apple podcasts or wherever you get your shows, we all have health goals. But let's face it. You are living in some fantasy world if you think you are suddenly about to start eating better. In fact, have you thought of this? How many different servings of fruit Have you eaten today? How many servings of vegetables and sorry, Dad, French fries and ketchup Don't count..

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Trump announces plasma treatment authorized for COVID-19

After Hours with Rick Kogan

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Trump announces plasma treatment authorized for COVID-19

"President President Trump Trump says says the the FDA FDA has has fast fast tracked tracked a a plasma plasma treatment treatment for for those those already already affected affected with with Kovar Kovar 19. 19. FDA Commissioner Stephen Han says the use of the convalescent plasma is promising the optimal treatment the optimal patients as described by secretary a czar. Treated with calm bliss and plasma at the highest tighter, Sze. It was a 35% improvement in survival. Which is a significant clinical benefit. Residents are fleeing coastal

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"kovar" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:34 min | 6 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"We've worked with doctors and we've worked with a scientist to really think about what would need to be in place for our campuses to reopen. Are superintendents also committed to a phased re opening of campuses, and our first phase is that we're allowing teachers who want to teach on campus. From their classrooms to come back on campus and do that, as long as they're following the health and safety guidelines, social distancing rules and so on. I really feel for my administrators and fellow educators in other districts and other states. Better getting that pressure. To come back to school at a time when we're seeing Case rates increased dramatically in states that have opened their schools, their Children and staff are returning. I think it is a possibility again. It's just my opinion, but when you're asking people to put themselves In a situation that they can see is not working out for others in their same field, and in fact, people are dying from it. They're going to stand out. They're going to rise up and say, Hey, this is not okay. What does it do to your budget? A Zanon administrator to have to deal with Kovar remediation. Are you putting up shields on DH sprays, spacing out the desk Are you and having to buy a face mask for Children and teachers is well and cleansers toe. Teo holds down the classroom after every class. Is that putting a crimp in your budget? That's a great question. It's really impacting us at the district wide level, and that our school district is committed to providing schools with pee pee with cleaning, surprise supplies, sanitation supplies and equipment and as well as on other barriers that we may need to put between death as we Plan for a potential on site reopening at some point this year. The reality is is that even though we're grateful for what we've received from our district as a school principal, I'm gonna have to look at the funds that we do receive and think about how I can earmark some of those dollars that we've already allocated. Potentially to replenish supplies. That's a reality. Many educators, administrators have purchased their own peopIe supplement that P p that's been provided by the school district. But it's a significant cost where schools schools they're going to be designated is having to re open, then they need to be provided the funds the resource is and the personnel to make that work. All right. Our number is 866391 10 20. That's 866391. Tim 10. 20. Kimberly Mohr is our guest. He is the principal of the Dole Elementary School in San Diego, California. She s so happens to be my niece my favor. Right niece. She's promised not to tell all our sisters and cousins. That I said that because they would just cry and cry. And then this crash display of nepotism. But going to someone who has to deal with it firsthand. We thought we would hear from her. If you're concerned about your Children returning to school, then give us call 866391 10 20 is the number will be back after these commercial announcements. Your source for official weather. Information Spirit on NewsRadio, Katy K. Rashad.

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"kovar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Been diagnosed with Kovar 19 to anonymously notify others who may have been exposed technology leader for the APP. Sameer Hal, I explains how it works. Completely Anonymous speech. Have your exposures on your phone. No one knows of our that we are the only one who knows what explosions they're getting. But we at least know what kind of explosives they get. What was the level of France from each exposure? Covad watches one of the first fully anonymous exposure alert app in the country and after a successful pilot in Tucson, the goal is for the after be used statewide. I knew alarming study about Kuroda, virus infections and Children. There's a study out that says many of the nation's schoolchildren could be quote silent spreaders of the disease and that many Children With covert 19, who have no symptoms can have higher levels of the virus in their airways than sick adults who are hospitalized in I see youse. There are also new guidelines that schools should only reopened classrooms in areas where positive test results are less than 5%. That's one of the guidelines here in Arizona. That's ABC. Steve O's and saw me by the way. Hey, Ta rd is time coming up on 6 36 servants return in here in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center, starting to stack up against us now, mostly all service related. But there's one freeway issue. It's a medical emergency on the 202 Santan Freeway. It's eastbound on the McClintock exit ramp, and it is off to the right at the beginning of the exit ramp. There, you'll see it off to the right. Surface streets racks. 83rd Avenue in Van Buren Bell Road east of 35th Avenue. Firewood it Germain M. Thomas, east of the 17 a crash There is well this traffic report brought to you by Redmond Weight loss for a limited time. New patients get four free fat burner plus boosters and a free consul available by video from home or in person that's like locations get started..

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"kovar" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I don't want to pollute our oceans. Every time I buy my groceries, go out to eat or purchase a beverage. You deserve a plastic free choice. Join the campaign. Goto oceanic dot org's slash plastics today, 5 11 A 63 year old West suburban woman remains hospitalized just over two weeks after her Honda was struck by a piece of railroad equipment. Family's not assuming metre and union Pacific. You may have seen them on the tracks what looks like a piece of farm equipment. A lawsuit claims. A ballast regulator passed through an open railroad crossing and wheat and on July 29th and struck 63 year old Marina Maced US his car, pushing it 150 feet down the tracks. Her lawyer, Tim Cavanaugh, with a cabin on law group tells W. BBM. They're working to preserve evidence in the case, and she is in the intensive care unit. She had significant surgeries yesterday. So she is she's in critical condition. I have not been able to speak with her. I deal with her daughter. According to the lawsuit, the operator of the ballast regulator was going too fast and fail to keep a proper look out. Jennifer Kipper NewsRadio 105.9. FM Union Pacific says they're reviewing the lawsuit to Metro Tales of Snow comment it Eloy has passed the sobering milestone. More than 200,000 people in this state of now tested positive for covert 19 Today, health officials reporting 18 to 34 new cases. Also 24 more lives lost to it being time within 1600 people in Illinois on the in the hospital with Kovar 19. 127 of them are on ventilators. Enviably amused. I am 5 13 Coming up A look at the weather Forecast and sports Stay tuned for the CBS World News Round Up. It's six PM sponsored by Northwestern Medicine featuring reporters stationed around the globe exclusively on NewsRadio 7 81.

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World Surpasses 20 Million Coronavirus Cases

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

World Surpasses 20 Million Coronavirus Cases

"John. With Kovar. 19 cases still rising globally, The World Health Organization announced today that the number of coronavirus cases Set the past 20 million cases worldwide. But director general Dr Ted Rose at Gabriel says the green shoots of hope are being seen in countries like the U. K Rwanda and France. In France president Macro introduced compulsory masking in busy outdoor spaces off parties in response to an increase in cases. Strong and precise measures like this, in combination with utilizing every tool at our disposal are key to preventing any resurgence in disease and allowing societies.

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"kovar" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:06 min | 7 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Stationed V 103 That's to be two hits West and Jesus promoters. That song is called I'm Next was Saints. I'll tell you What's next. A very special dedication for Lucille Sams. Good morning, Lucille. I received your Facebook post wishing me a blessed and satisfying Sunday when I wish the same for you as well. And I thank you so much to tell you this morning in that post you requested that I play a song in memory of your mother. Mrs Mary Lizzie Kovar. You said she earned her wings on February 11th 2017 and the song to request it is this one. But surely, Caesar. It's called. I remember Mama. It's just for you, Lucille in memory of Mrs Kovar on the People Station three. That she gave your mama said. People are depending on you. Don't Anna. We went to school. Shoes. My brothers and sisters. Mama. I was about 12 years old. I was going to church fully insured plate. You're missing some of your steel plate. Never And I shall, but I was just Way decided that we will wait out in the back and started playing. Church and my brother was a past men. And yet we were the members of the church. I tell you something, It's hard to come in contact with Jesus. And still be the same, don't you? And I forgot nothing going down to the church church. Came home video. You wanna wash the dishes didn't want to bring the closing off the line didn't want to do anything. Mama said. I'm sick of going down that church playing go Wait. They're on the bottom step. My brother was a preacher way with the members of the church. He puts him on glasses and you know that. Jump up and shout Jesus. What You shall dance and all. Look at that..

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"kovar" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"kovar" Discussed on WEEI

"Six days away, Silver And so the until the MLB season starts, let's do that next year on explanation. Radio Wake up calls Jake as we had to bring him on because we had to kind of calmness. Nonsense down 30 hot dogs in 10 minutes. You crazy if we go by chestnut rules where you get Duncan in the glass of water bodies adapt, You know that healthy diet ever been better The next day, the great Joey Chestnut joining us on Wake up call. We have another host on this network of casually mentioned the other day that when he was asked how many hot dogs could you eat? In 10 minutes it goes. I don't know. 30. Come on. I don't think you really understand How many hotdogs 30th. I'm feeling feeling really good. Yeah, it's like a bad boy having fun. $30. $40. I'm like, What are you doing in the last 20 dogs? They're like, all right, It's uh, what'll be porn out. The main will be probably around my head and it's going to be no. Those ones for work. Wake up Call with Tony de and Ron Kovar Weekday mornings, The Raiders making almost half a $1,000,000,000 in PS cells in their new stadiums. I always told you they're gonna be the most profitable team in the NFL one day count on it because of Vegas, and because of that stadium and the amount of events they're gonna have their and Super Bowls and final fours and everything else, just the Raiders alone and make so much money, make your head spin. Burrell coasted coast with Scott Burrell. Weekdays from P. M to 6 p.m. Eastern Into the night, Ladies and gentlemen, the man no matter what, they're paying him a TNT. It's not enough enough. Great. Charles Barkley. Chuck, You said it earlier shocks that they shouldn't bother. Even finished the season that you still believe it. I know you said that they are going to play. You still believe that it's not worth playing, Mama percent Sure they're going to play this what I'm hearing from other people, But I just don't know how it's going to be safe. I really don't I would hate for something bad to happen, and I would hate to think one of the star get hurt, and they lose in the first round, second round playoff to an inferior team. You can have 100 players on a team in MBA. You LeBron James Harden the Westbrook. It don't matter about the other 99. That's the thing that scares me. If you get sick. It has missed the first round of the playoffs, but they're walking, but they're out there. That wouldn't be fair at all into this..

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"kovar" Discussed on Full Coverage

Full Coverage

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"kovar" Discussed on Full Coverage

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"kovar" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

Scummy Mummies

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kovar" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"Because i think a of parents kids are into full night but open statement in what is as evidenced by helen thorns spend spelling in the running order fortnight back the word fortnight one eighty a massive pray you spill it nit the kids wish you could say l e gives doing some kind of like that may like it makes to game four and normal spelling some confused month yeah exactly i choose day on kovar nightcaps always felt an exactly dresses always called cups with so you've read about and i've written a parents guide about it for playstation but basically who doesn't know what is a fortnight a fortnight is computerized video game and it's a multiplayer online game and basically one hundred plays are parachuted onto an island and they have to find weapons and fights and it's the last person that survives these one hundred is the winner not really jelly well it sound yeah this kind of cartoon the visual graphics very cartoon it's very sivy so it's very slapstick by them is it really is not like cooler gt is not blotted fiscal meets gilligan's island or something yeah this messaging at the end i'm lee togetherness because you were alive yeah so yeah it's just like nice it's a twelve pluses at ryan it is yes yeah i think so now yeah is two plus two you think i mean do your kids play case yes they do my ten you went over your job.

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