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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right. Thank you, Viviana, And I'll tell you one business that's doing pretty well. These days. The dry ice business. Yeah. Alright with covert 19 vaccines and all the research and trials to and all the drugs that have to be kept cold, and I had a chance to take a look at what's happening in the industry this winter and check this one out helmets on my walk. They want their arm myself. Cold. Dry ice is a hot commodity right about now. I get calls at three in the morning just telling me Hey, can you be here at six? We got a huge shipment going out. We need you. Mark seven. R is owner of Acme Dry ice in Cambridge. And he says demand is skyrocketing as covered 19 vaccine research and deliveries ramp up. Everything's called it so Everything has to be on time. Everybody's very demanding. We have to be there when they want us to be there. You know It's a very challenging time to be in the driver's business, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Dry ice companies around the country say everyone needs the Iceman right about now, including Kelly. Dry ice in Pennsylvania. Lot of pharmacies, calling a couple of different health departments Ohio, West Virginia. Northern Pennsylvania. The Pfizer vaccine needs to be stored and shipped in extremely cold temperatures requiring special cold storage boxes filled with dry ice. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski is the deputy of supply production and distribution for operation Warp speed. If necessary. We could hold those particular vaccines in the cryo boxes as long as you refilling with dry ice for 30 days and then five days in a normal refrigerator after that, ex governor Andrew Cuomo says The packs from Fizer include a GPS tracker, as well as a thermal monitor inside to keep track of the temperature, so it's either in ultra cold storage. Ward has dry ice, but then you can only open it twice a day for 60 seconds to 90 seconds. Each time and then after delivery. They take those vaccine doses out of Arctic freezers where they're under lock and key for final assembly at places like Boston Medical Center, the saline in the vial. You swirl it around until it dissolves. Acme dry Isis seven or says all this is helping trigger spot shortages. The shortages that you're hearing about are different areas. Where there's not a lot of ethanol being, you know, made so Seo to the byproduct of afternoon and there's a lot of companies are just really not going full force visor in end over tells me the company plans to start producing its own dry ice in Michigan and Wisconsin. To meet its covered 19 vaccine. Shipping needs seven ER says even if demand melts, a new wave of medical research will come around. You never know what's next in the pipeline daily. I mean, who knows what the next diseases and as seven or puts it? I hope you have a nice day, making me called even out here in California. All right, well, here's something to warm you up a bit. Then. Since the pandemic, most performing arts groups right have been forced to go silent as theaters and music Hall's closed, but some are finding their way back. That's right, and Bloomberg's Janet Wu actually found two orchestras who have not only found their way back. Actually even have a bigger audience now. The orchestra is an art form with no personal space musicians performed shoulder to shoulder to synchronize as one when the pandemic struck. The Boston Symphony Orchestra immediately canceled its season. BSO general manager Mark Faulty focuses across the country of obviously lost her ability to have in person audiences and we have.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Battle Bloomberg Radio. All right. Thank you, Viviana, And I'll tell you one business that's doing pretty well. These days. The dry ice business. Yeah. Alright with covert 19 vaccines and all the research and trials to and all the drugs that have to be kept cold, and I had a chance to take a look at what's happening in the industry this winter and check this one out. Tell me it's all my truck. It's a slight blocks they want. They're all myself. Cold. Dry ice is a hot commodity right about now. Get calls at three in the morning just telling me Hey, can you be here at six? We got a huge shipment going out. We need you. Mark seven. R is owner of Acme Dry ice in Cambridge. And he says demand is skyrocketing as covered 19 vaccine research and deliveries. Ramp up. Everything's called it so Everything has to be on time. Everybody's very demanding. We have to be there when they want us to be there. You know, It's a very challenging time to be in the dry ice business, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Dry ice companies around the country say everyone needs the Iceman right about now, including Kelly. Dry ice in Pennsylvania. Lot of pharmacies, calling a couple of different health departments Ohio, West Virginia. Northern Pennsylvania. The Pfizer vaccine needs to be stored and shipped in extremely cold temperatures requiring special cold storage boxes filled with dry ice. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski is the deputy of supply production and distribution for operation Warp speed. If necessary. We could hold those particular vaccines in the cryo boxes as long as you refilling with dry ice for 30 days and then five days in a normal refrigerator after that, ex governor Andrew Cuomo says The packs from Fizer include a GPS tracker, as well as a thermal monitor inside to keep track of the temperature, so it's either in ultra cold storage. Or it has dry eyes. But then you can only open it twice a day for 60 seconds to 90 seconds. Each time and then after delivery. They take those vaccine doses out of Arctic freezers where they're under lock and key for final assembly at places like Boston Medical Center. Put the saline in the vial. You swirl it around until it dissolves. Acme dry Isis seven or says all this is helping trigger spot shortages. The shortages that you're hearing about are different areas. Where there's not a lot of ethanol being, you know, made so Seo to the byproduct of afternoon. There's a lot of companies are just really not going full force visor in end over tells me the company plans to start producing its own dry ice in Michigan and Wisconsin. I mean, it's covered 19 vaccine shipping needs seven, ER says even if demand melts, a new wave of medical research will come around. You never know what's next in the pipeline daily. I mean, who knows what the next diseases and as seven or puts it? I hope you have a nice day, making me called even out here in California. All right, well, here's something to warm you up a bit. Then. Since the pandemic, most performing arts groups right have been forced to go silent as theaters and music halls close, but some are finding their way back. That's right, and Bloomberg's Janet Wu actually found two orchestras who have not only found their way back. Actually even have a bigger audience. Now the orchestra is an art form with no personal space. Musicians performed shoulder to shoulder to synchronize as one when the pandemic struck. The Boston Symphony Orchestra immediately canceled its season. BSO general manager Mark Balti focuses across the country of obviously lost their ability to have in person audiences and we have.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio. All right. Thank you, Viviana, And I'll tell you one business that's doing pretty well. These days. The dry ice business. Yeah, alright with covert 19 vaccines and all the research and trials to and all the drugs that have to be kept cold, and I had a chance to take a look at what's happening in the industry this winter and check this one out helmets on my walk there on my cold. Dry ice is a hot commodity right about now because it's three in the morning. Just tell me how can you be here at six weeks? Shipment going out. We need you. Mark seven. R is owner of Acme Dry ice in Cambridge. And he says demand is skyrocketing as covered 19 vaccine research and deliveries. Ramp up. Everything's called it so Everything has to be on time. Everybody's very demanding. We have to be there when they want us to be there. You know It's a very challenging time to be in the driver's business, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Dry ice companies around the country, saying everyone needs the Iceman right about now, including Kelly. Dry ice in Pennsylvania. Lot of pharmacies, calling a couple of different health departments Ohio, West Virginia. Northern Pennsylvania. The Pfizer vaccine needs to be stored and shipped in extremely cold temperatures requiring special cold storage boxes filled with dry ice. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski is the deputy of supply production and distribution for operation Warp speed. If necessary. We could hold those particular vaccines in the cryo boxes as long as you refilling with dry ice for 30 days and then five days in a normal refrigerator after that, ex governor Andrew Cuomo says The packs from Visor include a GPS tracker, as well as a thermal monitor inside to keep track of the temperature, so it's either in ultra cold storage. Ward has dry ice, but then you can only open it twice a day for 60 seconds to 90 seconds. Each time and then after delivery. They take those vaccine doses out of Arctic freezers where they're under lock and key for final assembly at places like Boston Medical Center, the saline in the vial. You swirl it around until it dissolves. Acme dry Isis seven or says all this is helping trigger spot shortages. The shortages that you're hearing about are different areas. Where there's not a lot of ethanol being, you know, made so Seo to the byproduct of ass alone. There's a lot of companies are just really not going full force advisor in end over tells me the company plans to start producing its own dry ice in Michigan and Wisconsin. To me. It's covered 19 vaccine Shipping needs seven, ER says even if demand melts, a new wave of medical research will come around. You never know what's next in the pipeline daily. I mean, who knows what the next diseases and as seven or puts it? I hope you have a nice day, making me called even out here in California. All right, well, here's something to warm you up a bit. Then. Since the pandemic, most performing arts groups right have been forced to go silent as theaters and music halls close, but some are finding their way back. That's right, and Bloomberg's Janet Wu actually found two orchestras who have not only found their way back. Actually even have a bigger audience now. The orchestra is an art form with no personal space musicians performed shoulder to shoulder to synchronize as one when the pandemic struck. The ball Sensitivity orchestra immediately canceled its season. BSO general manager Mark Balti offices across the country of obviously lost their ability to have in person audiences and we have.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KOMO

"The hope is the open debate helps convince the public to get the vaccine. We must build the trust. Record people. We must make them understand that the science that went into this that the oversight that one of them is gold Standard, Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski, who oversees logistics, told ABC News. The vaccine will be shipped within 24 hours of emergency use authorization and will be administered within 48 hours, the start of an eventual change in the course of the pandemic. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New YORK Coronavirus death toll in this country yesterday 3054 people the highest single day total to date, the U. S likely to pass 290,000 deaths. Later today. Is the Facebook Instagram WhatsApp combination so big, it stifles competition to major antitrust lawsuits say yes citing, in part, an email written by CEO Mark Zuckerberg that allegedly said better to buy them to compete. Here's NBC's expert shape Facebook purchased Instagram in 2012 for $1 billion and then whats app for 19,000,000,002 years later. The FTC signed off on both acquisitions. Facebook is vowing to fight any legal challenges, saying antitrust laws exist to protect consumers and promote innovation not to punish successful businesses. In the wake of George Floyd's death. The Minneapolis City Council voted early this morning to slash $8 million from the Police Department's budget, the council listening to over 300 people with very in comments on reallocating funds for people to really drive in Minneapolis. We need to pass people's budget and shift our priorities so that people can actually get their most basic. Match Carjackings, armed robberies. Home invasions are all up exponentially, and I no longer feel safe in my own neighborhood. This trumps is a direct result of a reduction in the police force. You're listening to ABC news. Someone who's good morning. Art Sanders. Now your top local stories from the comb over 24 7 news Center. State health experts say it's still too early to tell what kind of impact Thanksgiving gatherings will have on the Corona virus outbreak. That's because it typically takes a couple of weeks before people get sick enough to go to the hospital. Michele Roberts, with the State Department of Health says vaccines are on the way by the end of the month. More than 400,000 doses of the Fizer and modern vaccines arrive in Washington take a number of months before there be enough vaccine. Everybody who wants to be vaccinated, so it will be well into the first half from 2021. We'll still be needing to use all these other strategies. Strategies include face coverings and frequent hand washing. J B. L M soldiers will be among the first to get the covert vaccine. The Pentagon has chosen joint base. Lewis McChord, among several for the first round of distribution military was granted 44,000 initial doses and McClatchy Newspapers reports sites were chosen because of their capacity for cold storage. Now your co Moh Dubin law group. Traffic..

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Angeles. Orange County's live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Not getting better. I'm Michael closure from the K F I 24 hour news room hospitals in California struggling to deal with the spike in covert 19 cases. This doctor in L. A says he's been working for 11 days straight, and he sees the seriousness of the virus every day. I'm not going to sugarcoat it as an intensive care, doctor. I I thought I was prepared to take care of critical patients. This is the speciality that I chose to go into. But this is nothing that I've seen before California. Many other states across the country have imposed restrictions to try to keep him overwhelming horse hospitalized he used and staff with Kobe 19 cases. Ah Funeral service has been held in Lancaster for a CHP motorcycle officer killed in a crash. That crash happened in late November. CHP Officer Andy Ornelas died in the hospital just over a week later. His mom Kelly is a retired CHP officer. Thank God For the Amazing 27 years. He let me have my son. She said she always knew her son would want to be a motor officer. I asked him if the joy and pride of being a motorcycle officer Would be worth his life. He said. Yes, Mom, As you and dad taught me, we have to live life every day like it's your last, she says. That's exactly what her son did every day. Military officials with Operation Warp speed, say once a covert 19 vaccine has approved a plan to begin distribution very quickly in 10 is for the 24 hours of trucks roll. And then overnight basically overnight with 48 Hours of vaccines have arrived at the locations that they've been designated by the jurisdictions and the administration. The vaccine can occur immediately afterward. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski says medical supplies including syringes, alcohol wipes and personal protective equipment will also be sent out to help with administering the vaccine, the FDA said to meet today to discuss giving.

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Or which had closed playgrounds before the state. The reversal comes after a letter co signed by several lawmakers was sent to the governor asking for the closure of playgrounds to be taken out of the stay at home. Order. Chris and Carl Okay, if I news the FDA could give approval as soon as tomorrow for visors, covert 19 vaccine. If that happens, the vaccine could start being distributed within hours. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski with Operation Warp speed. The main challenge, he says, with the main challenge with the code vaccine is convincing people that it's safe. The science that went into this that the oversight they wanted. This is gold standard, and that our scientists are pharmacy are farmers and political companies here in the United States of the best ever, and we just want to make sure that everybody gets this vaccine because we got to get our lives back. Health care workers and people who live in long term care facilities will likely be first to get the vaccine. Amnesty International another. Human rights groups, say billions of poorer people may not be able to easily get a covert 19 vaccine because rich countries have bought more than enough doses. World Health Organization is supporting a global vaccine program called Kovacs, which Seeks to make sure covert vaccines are distributed evenly throughout the world. 189 countries have joined the program. The U. S is not one of them. Former California Congresswoman Katy Hill has gotten a restraining order against her ex husband. Now. Hill claims her ex choked her several times during sex and encouraged his dogs to attack. Some of her pets. Now Hill was elected in 2018 to represent part of northern L, a county and a small part of insuring county. She resigned from Congress. Less than a year later, after admitting she had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a woman who worked for her. He'll blame her husband for leaking nude photos of her. Joe Biden's son. Hunter is being investigated by the feds. In a new statement from Hunter Biden sent by the Biden transition, the younger Biden says he learned Tuesday that the U. S attorney's office in Delaware is investigating his tax affairs. Hunter. Biden says he's confident that a professional objective review will show he handled his affairs legal inappropriately. The investigation focuses on business dealings connected to China, among other financial transactions, and that it's been going on since at least a year before Joe Biden announced he was even running for president. Snack mascots. Life is nuts. No, Mr Peanut's not dead, and he's not a baby. But in fact, this latest generation of the planters peanut mascot is turning 50. This nut's name is Bart. As in Bartholomew Richard Fitzgerald smiled for his birthday. The neti companies come up with a celebration of a new holiday line of merchandise that includes ugly sweaters, ornaments and more. As for why the various Mr Peanut's keep going through bizarre age gaps, according to Bart's Twitter, he says, If you think the holidays or nutty you haven't experienced the peanut aging process. Jennifer Jones Lee Ko Phi News Way have a crash.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:34 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thesis is Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia cases 119 arriving around the world, but they're not rising in China. Just having that vaccine available doesn't necessarily mean it's backed off their half ahead. You've been countries they'll way ahead off the agent, developing countries in terms of finance, technology and capacity their club to the world. Really have missed of a double dip recession. Bloomberg Daybreak Asia live from Hong Kong and New York on Bloomberg Radio. It's just now 11 in the morning and Tokyo. We've got the equity market, though, trading down and that will go on the lunch break in the bottom of this hour if you're joining us from the region. Good morning, I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio in New York. And John Paul Allen in Sydney. We're just gone 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon and we're seeing a bit of weakness on the air six off about half of 1%. In fact, there's only a couple of stocks higher right now, and it seems to be risk off around the region. Brian Curtis has got a closer look, Brian Yeah, there was that line about China collecting anti subsidy deposits on Australian wines. Us. That's one thing hitting the markets. But really, the mood is just kind of selling today and taking a few profits and reducing risk. A little bit is still a long way before we get to The finish line, and I don't even know what is the finish line. Paul. It's just that once the vaccine is delivered, one stimulus is rolled out across the board up Until then, it's just trying to gauge the time in the next year, the Nikkei all 4/10 of 1%, the SX 200, down a half of 1%. Most of the markets trading down in that range, similar losses in Taiwan in Singapore here in Hong Kong. We see bigger losses, though in tech and for instance, the hang Sang tech index is not trading down 1.4% Today both 10 Cent and Ali Baba are trading lower and a C technology one of the apple suppliers only the smartphone suppliers down 3.1% today. China's credit came in strong in November, although growth ease dislike Lee as the economy showed signs of strong recovery, so in others. In other words, China will put less pressure on the banks to roll out the loans as the economy is getting better. We also this one today, breaking that she want Unit Group says it won't be able to repay the principal in a $450 million bond. And this is a dollar bond Do Tate do today that trigger will cost him cross defaults on a further $2 billion of debt. Now, this is the first dollar bond default by the Chinese chipmaker earlier. Had defaulted on a bond a local bond back in mid November. Dalian Right now, one of 4 28, the Bloomberg Our spot in next holding up the yield on the 10 year. 92 basis points Doug to you, Thanks, Bryant well here in the states, antitrust officials and a coalition of states Are suing Facebook for illegally crushing competition. Now, if the FTC does prove Facebook violated antitrust law, a federal judge could break up the company. Here's Bloomberg's Kurt Wagner on how significant all of this could be. This is threatening to take away two of the real pillars of what Facebook has become in not being, of course, Instagram and WhatsApp, which, while it does not yet generate much revenue, hardly any revenue Facebook sees this is a really important part of it. Future at the end of the New York session. We had chairs in Facebook down just about 2% of all. House speaking Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have expressed optimism that a covert 19 relief deal is within reach. Munition told reporters that stimulus talks with both parties quite constructive and he's quote cautiously hopeful we can get something over the finish line. Bloomberg, Stephen Dennis's Republicans and Democrats are deadlocked over just a couple of key issues. They're still parking, especially about how tow finance this legal liability question, which is a must have for the Republicans alongside the state local aid issue, which is something that the Democrats really want. The signs to live in a more detailed summary of their proposal for covert 19 relief, but largely follows the outline of initial of $908 billion proposal, but there is still no agreement. The proposal also competes with a plan from the notion that leaves out supplementary jobless benefits. Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called that unacceptable. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blasted their response, saying, it's a sign that they don't want to compromise that. Paul, do you remember the UK wide referendum back in June? 2016 we guess the word door. The term Brexit entered our vernacular. It's still ticking. It's still ticking. Isn't it? British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and eat you Commission President Ursula von early in our now giving Brexit negotiations One more time. Ed Baxter covering the story from the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco, having Douglas, You bring such fond memories back to May I actually we covered that the life we did the platform. Yeah, and we did it together, and we sat there and we kept looking at this and we had all the All of the metrics on you know that Brexit was going to go down and kept going through and saying, Wow, all that looks, uh, it one and here we are. It's still still fighting through it. It looks at least Sunday, at least as a new post Douglas after the dinner of lumber examine, Chandra says. Both sides said there were still wide gaps about the things were very positive. Now we've also heard from both sides of the discussion was robust that it was lively. Some of our colleagues in Bloomberg News also reporting from some officials on the European Union sighting that they think they could. Get to a deal, but that's not in the official text or read out from that dinner this evening. Yeah, Emma says Sunday's deadlines decide whether there's enough progress to continue or just to talk or Just prepare for a hard Brexit French president Manu Micron, they had a phone conversation with China's President Xi Jinping. Today, they both say developing a better relationship is important to the globe. U S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo still taking shots of China. Says the Chinese Communist Party is poisoning the well of US higher education. He says U. S universities They're letting China Steel American science and technology and stifle criticism return for funding from Beijing. With FDA emergency use authorization for the Fizer vaccine expected tomorrow in the U. S. The head of Operation Warp speed, Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski says that trucks are going to roll out Fizer, Kalamazoo. The trucks will roll right out of there to the nearest airports will begin distributing the vaccines across the entire country to locations that the jurisdictions have requested. Now they say, 2.9 million doses will go out. They'll hold half until the second shot could be administer. Then move on. And it appears the Trump administration has been caught well a bit short and HHS Secretary Alex Cesar says now expanding acquisition efforts and talks with Visor and Moderna to pressure them to get vaccines to U. S interests. Brand new Bloomberg analysis shows the U. S ranks behind 31 other countries in pre purchase doses per person. And Bloomberg's Drew Armstrong says it is a different ball game now because everybody is piling on and seeking those contracts, Million doses that are going to be that they've agreed upon buying and a possibility of adding on 500 more than 500 million mark. The problem is that you have to then go and negotiate. Individually those ad on purchases that it wants to do. It's not necessarily at the from the line in front of other people on DIT doesn't necessarily have the terms of delivery set on those, whereas there other contracts where it does have more preferential treatment that it may be able to rely upon. But then you have other issues. Potentially. Yeah, and I got an email earlier today from a buddy of mine. I think Paul Allen, uh said, are you Are you watching this? The space X starship mission? Um, wealth. Um, it didn't turned out, I I think is we wanted it's being called a success. Though the odds of a soft landing we're not thought to be a good in now. This is the The ship that Elon Musk hopes the rocket when it goes through All of these tests will take a man crew to the moon. And then maybe to a musk moon. Mars will it was coming down. Yeah, pieces,.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:56 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's get all the latest market action with Bloomberg Start Krystyna in New York. Doug Jules, we sold down here in the states in the last session. Technology, really? The leader to the downside, with chip stocks falling quite a bit. If you look at the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index, it was weaker by nearly 3% today. So at the end of trading in the U. S. We had the NASDAQ comp in the S and P 500 each down. From record highs right now, in the opening moments in Taiwan, we have the tie Ex weaker by about 7/10 of 1% in Singapore Straits times Down about 4/10 of 1% the dollar steady against the major's little bit of weakness, in the end, not much one of 4 25 and where the Nikkei is concerned. Decline of about 3/10 of 1% within the Nikkei. We're seeing weakness in information technology. That's not surprising, leading the way to the downside in Seoul, the Cosby off about 8/10 of 1% right now. And in a Sydney SX 200 down about 4/10 of 1%. A lot of concern that the movement toward a fresh stimulus package here in the states is kind of hit. Stall speed will take a closer look at that momentarily, and we'll talk more about antitrust authorities at the federal level, along with a coalition of states suing Facebook today, it shares Off about 4% wt I recovering a bit from some New York session weakness right now. Trading 45 80 Any Elektronik session and the 10 year Treasury yielding 92 basis points. Brian All right, Doug. Thanks very much. Facebook is facing the biggest action against tech giants in some two decades. U. S. Antitrust officials and a coalition of states have sued the company. If the Federal Trade Commission proves that Facebook violated antitrust laws a judge could over the break up of the company. Bloomberg's Kurt Wagner explains how big of a deal this could be. This is threatening to take away two of the real pillars of what Facebook has become and God being, of course, Instagram and WhatsApp, which, while it does not yet generate much revenue, hardly any revenue Facebook sees this is a really important part of its future. Facebook shares finished down about 2% somewhat of Ah small recovery after earlier being off more than 4% on the news Well, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have expressed optimism that a covered 19 relief deal is in reach. Evolution, has told reporters that stimulus talks with both parties a quite constructive and he's quite cautiously hopeful We can get something over the finish line. Lindbergh's Stephen dinner, says Republicans and Democrats deadlocked over a couple of key issues. They're still parking, especially about how tow finance this legal liability question, which is a must have for the Republicans alongside the state local aid issue, which is something that the Democrats really want. Elia both sides to live in a more detailed summary of their proposal for covert 19 relief, largely following the outline of an initial $908 billion proposal, But there is still no agreement with the proposal, also competing with the plan from illusion It leaves out supplementary jobless benefits. Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer have called it unacceptable. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blasted their response, saying it's a sign they don't want to compromise. Right The time. Here is 3.5 minutes past the hour. Let's get a news update. Now UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU Commission President Russell of Underland are giving Brexit negotiations a bit more time. And Baxter has the story from the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom ed. Yes, Sunday At least Brian looks like Sunday after their dinner bloomer examine, Chandra says. Both sides said there's still wide gaps. But that things were very positive. Now we've also heard from both sides of the discussion was robust that it was lively some of our colleagues and Bloomberg News also reporting from some officials on the European Union side, saying that they think they could Get to a deal, but that's not in the official text or read out from that dinner this evening. Yeah, Emma says Sunday's deadline is to decide whether there's enough progress to continue to talk or just to prepare for a hard Brexit. French President Amanuma Kron has had a phone conversation with China's President Xi Jinping's. They both say that developing a better relationship is important to the globe With FDA emergency use operation and the U. S the authorization I should say for the U. S. Fizer vaccine expected tomorrow. The head of Operation Warp Speed, Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski says trucks are ready to roll from Fizer. Kalamazoo Trucks will roll right out of there to the nearest airports will begin distributing the vaccines across the entire country to locations that the jurisdictions have requested. Now they say, 2.9 million doses will go out. They will hold half until second shot can be administered and then move on. So that is the good news Now they're not so good is it appears the Trump administration has been caught a bit short. And HHS Secretary Alex Cesar says it's now expanding acquisition efforts and talks with Visor and Moderna to pressure them to get vaccines to the U. S Interest. A brand new Bloomberg analysis shows the U. S ranks behind 31 other countries in a pre purchase doses per person. They've gone through the contracts and Bloomberg's Drew Armstrong says It is a different ball game now because everybody is seeking those contracts at the same time, 100 million doses that are going to be that they've agreed upon buying and a possibility of adding on 500 more. The 500 million marks. The problem is that us after then go and negotiate. Individually. Those ad on purchases that it wants to do. It's not necessarily at the from the line in front of other people on DIT doesn't necessarily have the terms of delivery set on those, whereas there other contracts where it does have more preferential treatment that it may be able to rely upon. But then you have other issues. Potentially in New York. The first allocation is for Nursing home residents, nursing home staff and high risk health care workers Governor Andrew Cuomo saying If approved tomorrow, the first shipments could arrive this weekend. Meanwhile, the CDC says December cases so far are smashing records and not in a good way. It predicts the U. S. Will surpass 300,000 deaths. By Christmas. President elect Joe Biden's son, Hunter says U S Attorney's office in Delaware is now investigating his tax affairs. He says he looks forward to clear hearing Space X Starship mission being called a success, the odds of a soft landing. We're not thought to be good going in and a 6.5 minute mission is what it turned out to be. Then it will. It ended up in a fiery crash as it came in just too hot..

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:41 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Today, we had the equity market dropping from all time highs, The movement toward the fresh stimulus seemed to hit stall speed of it. Senator McConnell, saying that Democrats poured cold water on his latest offer, although a short while ago we heard from Treasury Secretary mean Yushin, saying talks between the GOP and Democrats are quite constructive. At the end of the day. Tech was the big loser kind of weighing heavily on markets, particularly the chips. Semiconductor stocks fell with the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index down nearly 3% today. That's that compa dropping nearly 2%. That's all from a record high s and P down from a record as well with the loss of about 8/10 of 1%. Dow, weaker today by nearly 4/10 of 1%. Federal antitrust officials, along with a coalition of states are suing Facebook. Details on this will be forthcoming. Allegedly, it's over the abuse of Facebook's dominance and moves by the company to crush competition stock was off about 2% in the regular session. On the other hand, we had door dash, rallying more than 85% on its first day of trading this company food delivery yet to make a profit. Airbnb is now leaning toward pricing a typo. We're told between 67. $68 a share. That's according to Dow Jones, and we have a 10 year Treasury last quoted in New York 93 basis points, so we were up just a bit today and yield. Let's get to San Francisco for a news update. Now Ted Baxter in the Bloomberg 9 16 years from it. All right. Thank you. Douglas, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, EU Commission President Ursula von DeLay and are giving Brexit negotiations. More time. They say that there are still gaps real big gaps if they're going to get anything done, French President Amanuma Kron has had a phone conversation with China's President Xi Jin paying they both say the developing a better relationship is important of the globe. The House and the U. S. Has approved a stop gap funding bill to avoid the weekend shut down. Also reporting here and breaking developing news today that President like Joe Biden will pick Katherine Taya's U. S trade representative. With FDA emergency use our authorization for the Fizer vaccine expected tomorrow. The head of Operation Warp speed, Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski says trucks will rule. Now they say 2.9 million doses will go out. They will hold half until the second shot could be administered and then move on a brand new Bloomberg analysis shows the U. S ranks behind. 31 other countries in pre purchase doses per person. We're going to go into that in more depth in about 10 minutes here in Bloomberg in a live interview in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg are Brian. Thank you, Catherine Tie That's an interesting pick by Joe Biden. She has been the lead advisor, the chairman, the House Ways and Means Committee, and obviously, given the nature of the work we do here, she's going to be very much in the discussions. Going forward. All right, 20 minutes past the hour. Let's say good morning to Nadine Turman, chief investment officer of Soul Steen Capital. So it's something of a sell off today in technology in particular, and I suppose too many investors, Nadine, they would they would like to see that as long as it's not tied to Anything a major development a major change and and I'm not sure that Facebook fits that. But obviously there's a big discussion on Facebook. Whether not, that means much to the market. If WhatsApp or or instagram is separate or together, The way is this the type of cell off that you think is one off or maybe could be more sustained. Like we saw back in September. 10%. I think we have to watch what happens with the stimulus to think that people were hopeful yesterday. And then today less hopeful and obviously check ticket on the chin. But the same time I think if you saw Austin must feel tomorrow, you'd see it rally back up. What we're looking at is really the acceleration of growth of GDP across the board. And so we look at this is, you know, tippy toe in the water and start buying. Well, exactly By what if that's a question? I mean, the thing is that that perhaps has moved out of tech has bean essentially something which is all about this rotation, wouldn't you say towards value and perhaps small caps, and, you know, the thing is about small caps is and you've seen with Russell 2000, then is that it tends to be late cycle. Would you say that? That is where we are All just get this really got a lot more to go. The rally definitely has a lot more to go, but you really have separated it. The lot of the small caps the services things were beaten up rally because of the vaccine, hopeful that there'd be a stimulus package and now that there's some types of concerns of a delay of that or what what's going to be actually in the stimulus package? I think people took the money off the table. But the fact of the matter is they're gonna do something. Do something at some point. And what we're really seeing is an acceleration of GDP across the board. I'll be it from low based levels, but that tends to have a chill wind for equities across the board. And so you're right about asking. Where do you put the money that broadly speaking is supportive of equity market. Do both stimulus and also the vaccine progression. Do they both support cyclical on value even more than growth? You know, it's a little bit different. You have to take value and really separated in the pieces because people like to look at it, But what we're not talking about is over leveraged businesses right now. What we really want to say, you know, is it small Mid cap is its services is it's cyclical in terms of the type of businesses that aren't gonna bounce that are gonna bounce bag because if you're looking at rocks draws until restaurant you're actually operative. It's gonna be a while, So you have to parse out each of these different items and say, Well, which one of those Should benefit sooner. That's where I want to invest, and you can do it across the sectors. But you can't just kind of broad brush and say growth versus value technique context You have to gonna dig in a little bit deeper. I mean, that's why you brought him up Investor ultimate in the Dean. Tell me the thing here is that we have these equity markets going great guns. But how does that How does that justified looking at the macro economic environment. Number one is there's a lot of cash on the sidelines to Deccan Come in Number two is that what you tend to see is a capital conflict from different places you've seen in the last month. Capitals flowing out of gold. It's clean into big point. So what you really have to watch is where the flows of capital where they coming from where they going to Obviously you want to be ahead of time into the places like energy. Bitcoin could be Canada stocks. Some of the stacks out there where the capital is going to not away from..

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"33 degrees in Boston. Cloudy skies, Seeing a little bit of snow fall out there We do have snow in the forecast. We'll have another update coming up and the news is brought to you at 12 30 today by Toyota, Toyota's official website for deals, Buy a Toyota dot com Here's what's happening. Governor Baker holding a news conference rolling up the state's plan for distributing Cove in 19 vaccines, and the first shipment of shots should be arriving soon. Fellow government has informed us that we should receive 300001st doses. By the end of December. Friday, We placed an order for 60001st doses of this allocation, which is expected to arrive in Massachusetts on December 15th December 15. So who gets them first frontline Cupid facing health care workers at hospitals all across the Commonwealth. Next doses will go to the staff and residents. Of skilled nursing facilities, rest homes and assisted living residence. Long care long term care facilities. After that distribution will be divided into three tiers and ordered by priority. The first here includes first responders, shelters and prisons, home based health care workers. Non covert health care workers, the second tier, which is not expected to begin until February. 2021 will include frontline workers such as teachers, educators, transit workers, utility workers, food and agriculture workers, people in public works and public health in the Commonwealth. Also in the second tier adults ages 65 over and younger people at high risk now to the third tier, which will not see doses until at least April of 2021. This includes the rest of the general public. Now, Governor, Baker says This all hinges on FDA authorizations for vaccines, which appeared to be imminent for Fizer and Moderna. In fact, visors vaccine could get the green light from the FDA as soon as tomorrow. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski was on with ABC is George Stephanopoulos earlier on Good Morning America, he says the main challenge will be to convince Americans the vaccines. Are safe. We must build a trust in American people. We must make them understand that the science that went into this that the oversight they wanted. This is gold standard, and that our scientists are pharmacy our pharmacy political companies here in the United States of the best ever, and we just want to make sure that everybody gets this vaccine because we got to get our lives back. George, the loose end in general with Operation Warp speed. Over and Britain, though there is a small snag with the Fizer vaccine, one day after the U. K began giving out shots after Day, one, which saw thousands of over eighties and health workers injected with the five year covert vaccine lost evening. We were looking at two case reports of allergic reaction. Chief medical regulator June rain to health workers with a history of severe allergic reactions or involved. In fact, visors literature suggest such people should avoid. It's covert vaccine. New guidance has now gone out here to that effect. There has been no let up in the mass vaccination campaign. Vicki Barker, CBS News London and ironic twist this afternoon, a cyber security firm is broken into Yup. You guessed it by hackers that's coming up. If you like. Irony, stay with us. It's two minutes away. 12 33, the super retailers of New England all will drive traffic on the threes. We like a trouble free commute. Kevin Brennan. Well, you're not gonna get one today. I'll tell you that my truth had a share of problems out there. Nothing weather related. Just got mid day work crews and would still dealing with this crash south of town here. 93 North bound. You got brake lights here from route 28 Randolph All the way down to this crash at the Braintree split beyond that. Watch out for the clip lane closure on the ramp to Route three. South bound Now the expressways. Okay, both directions down on the mid Cape Highway. Route six westbound over a mile backup approaching the right lane cruise after Exit nine, and Dennis And then another mile backup force. Even more than that into the lane closure. After exit six through 1, 32 and Barnes the bull you get over the Satya, come or bridge Route three. North bound. You got a minor hang up here getting by the right lane Cruise after Herring Pond Road in Plymouth over and Stone Ahmad fell. Lab is closed both directions between Main Street and Cottage Street for Fire Department activity and up in Wilmington, Route 60 to Salem Street. Slow both directions here getting by that truck truck crash. Near the concrete company between route 28 route 93. This report is sponsored by the ex surgeon Temporal Scanner Fever is the leading sign of covert 19 use.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Receive nearly a quarter million doses this month, with millions more coming in the new year. Meanwhile, here in the U. S, the FDA is emergency use authorization for fighters. Cove in 19 vaccine could come as early as tomorrow. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski, the director of supply production and distribution for Operation Warp, Speed tells ABC is Good Morning America. There will be enough vaccines for all Americans we add in those he had in the fives, reacted the Madonna vaccines that we've already purchased and opportunities to purchase more. We feel very confident. By late March early April, the rest of the population those beyond the health care workers, those beyond the elderly will be able to receive their vaccines as well and according to reports confirmed by ABC News The White House did pass on ordering additional Fizer vaccines back in the summer. Snag on day two of Britain's covert vaccination campaign regarding the Fizer vaccine, thousands of over eighties and health workers or vaccinated yesterday and two of the health workers suffered what's called an Anna for lack toid reaction That's much milder than an awful Actiq shock and usually involves a rash or dizziness or shortness of breath. New guidance here now urges people with severe allergies to avoid the Fizer vaccine for now. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London both those people in Britain by the way they're doing Well today, Governor Baker's not waiting around for a vaccine. He's scaling back the state's reopening efforts this Sunday and response to some daunting covert numbers and WBC's Carl Stevens breaks down those numbers for you. In this latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health, we see another increase in virus related hospitalizations. That number is now at 1552 across the state hospitals are at nearly 80% capacity. None I see you. The number of covert patients in the ICU also went up to 310. For more than 3600 newly confirmed cases across the Commonwealth, bringing the number of estimated active covert cases to 58,601 and the pandemic. Death toll in Massachusetts.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KOMO

"Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up another near record number to report I'm Brian Calvert. With that, and the fear of vaccine won't end the pandemic anytime soon. It's seven o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Sherry pressed him plans about ready to go into overdrive to start sending the Corona virus vaccine two spots across the country. The Fizer vaccine could be granted emergency approval tomorrow, and retired Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski, head of distribution for Operation Warp, Speed, tells ABC vaccines will begin moving within 24 hours. Visor Kalamazoo. The trucks will roll right out of there to the nearest airports and will begin distributing the vaccines across the entire country to locations that the jurisdictions have requested. In Great Britain, where coronavirus shots started yesterday, there is a new warning about some allergic reactions. ABC is Tommy Honest. They put the vaccine to thousands of any chest workers. This is the National Health Service is basically the people that run the government health care they're in the UK are rolling out the vaccine. In two of those thousands. They had ordered an allergic reaction. But these people suffer from severe allergies. They carry a device like an EpiPen. So you know, these people have problems with allergies. They took the Epi 10 device, and they were fine. And they're now recovering. Talks Continue in Washington over another round of coronavirus stimulus. ABC is Mary Bruce is there. White House now has a new counter offer a $916 billion plan. It includes Democrats demands for more state and local aid and those liability protections for businesses. That's the big sticking point for Republicans. But here's the thing. The latest plan from Republican leader Mitch McConnell would scrap those provisions and Democrats this morning are rejecting. The latest offer from the White House, they say doesn't include enough unemployment insurance benefits, so talks continue, but no deal. Yet the Supreme Court quickly rejecting a Republican appeal to toss out votes and Pennsylvania order. Just one sentence denied it took the Supreme Court. Just 34 minutes to reach this decision flat out, rejecting a request that the route more than two million ballots in Pennsylvania, no reason given no distance from any of the justices on the bench, including those president Trump appointed BBC's Rachel Stop in Washington D C. You're listening to ABC News, Stay connected. Stay.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Cases of covert yesterday and over 104,000 Americans are hospitalized. 2600 deaths have come at the hands of the global pandemic in frontline health workers and officials are shocked. I've been in nursing Over 25 years. I've never seen anything like this before. Public health experts say they've been stunned by the dismal trajectory of the virus over the grueling nine months, and they never expected the nation to be in his battle position as it is right now. November broke records that December is already pursuing my power for 7 10 w. O. R The FDA could give the green light on five years covert 19 vaccine as soon as tomorrow, and military officials with operation Warp speed say they're ready to get the vaccine into the hands of pharmacy within hours after approval. Fizer, Kalamazoo The trucks will roll right out of there to the nearest airports and will begin distributing the vaccines across the entire country to locations that the jurisdictions have requested. That's lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski. He's the director supply production and distribution. Pentagon today will unveil its list of WHO will get the Fizer vaccine. First. It's no surprise that military health care workers will be first in line for the Pentagon's vaccine allotment. It's the same for civilians. What is surprising is the Pentagon doesn't plan to make vaccines mandatory for all military personnel, something that is required when any of them deployed overseas. So far, it's not clear why some top older military leaders will also get the inoculation to encourage younger troops to do the same President Trump and his allies losing another court challenge to the election results in Nevada Supreme Court ruling unanimously that the Trump campaign failed to demonstrate any serious flaws or errors and trying to overturn the results of the presidential race in the ST. Joe Biden won Nevada by more than 33,000 votes. Police identifying the remains of a badly decomposed body is a Bronx mother, who's been missing since last year remains found in the Bronx alleyway this July were identified as 47 year old Rachel Lopez. Her daughter had reported her missing in September of 2019. Police have ruled the woman's death a homicide and believe she suffered blunt force trauma to the head and may have been burned. They're putting out a picture of the missing woman in hopes of tracking down a suspect and making an arrest. Jennifer Belzoni. W O R news workers that in upper Manhattan to Pulp DeLay say they've been fighting a losing battle against hordes of hungry rats. Rats have long been a pesty problem in the city. But workers at a chipotle E. On Broadway near one 69th in Washington Heights, claimed the situation is particularly paving what began with rat bites and avocados grew to a protruding pestilent population, scaring workers out of the basement when rats ate through computer wiring, making it impossible to take orders. The place was closed November 23rd. The company says it's the victim of a pest problem plaguing the area and is working with the landlord to ensure complete rat eradication before reopening Alice stacked in Rosine E W O R New No. Three. Now a check of traffic and transit. Here's Bernie Fighter. It's still real slow on the westbound side of the cross Bronx but starting to ease out finally you're down to about a 30 minute. Wait jam back from Castle Hill Avenue heading to the George Washington Bridge. This is all because of earlier construction. That we had on the grounds of the Henry Hudson Parkway that was jammed up all morning long heading through the Bronx, but again start to shake loose a little bit on the West Bank Cross Bronx, not the case on the hunch North bound by the drawbridge. There's a question taking out the left hand lane and in New Jersey, between Franklin Lakes and Mahuad, 27 North totally Shut exit 59 2 away up to exit 66 for route 17. It's a police investigation. This report is sponsored by the extra Gion Temple scanner. These may be uncertain times. But what is certain is that every family needs a reliable thermometer. Protect your family with the extra Jin temporal scanner..

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on KOMO

"Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts now. Good morning. Here's some of what's coming up another near record number to report I'm Brian Calvert. With that, and the fear of vaccine won't end the pandemic anytime soon. 100 people thrown out of a public park. I'm Corwin hate. Police break up. An unauthorized sporting event. Looks like the showers will decrease today. More on that coming up, but first ABC News of five o'clock From ABC News. I'm sharing Preston some allergic reactions after day one of the visor vaccine rollout in Britain. ABC is Tom Rivers is there I do think that there's been a lot of press around. British regulators have issued a warning for people with a history of what they call significant allergic reactions not to take the Fizer covert 19 vaccine after two people who had the shot developed issues. To National Health Service staff members. Both had a history of allergic reactions to the extent where they needed to carry an adrenaline auto injector with them. They were treated and are said to be recovering well. The two were among thousands who received the shots on day one of the mass vaccination program there. Tomorrow, an FDA advisory committee will meet to review the fines or vaccine. If it gets approval, as it's expected to do, it will begin to be distributed in this country as well. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski is in charge of supply and production and distribution of the government's operation Warps Breed Vaccine program, he says, getting it people to take. It must build a trust in American people. We must make them understand that the science that went into this that the oversight they wanted. This is gold standard. And that our scientists are pharmacy are farmers political companies here in the United States of the best ever, and we just want to make sure that everybody gets this vaccine because we've got to get our lives back. ABC NEWS Senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce with President elect Joe Biden's covert plan for the 1st 100 days that he's in office is gonna be urging all Americans to wear a mask and says on the day he takes office, he will sign an order requiring them in areas where he can so in federal buildings. And on interstate travel, and he says that he will get the majority of schools reopen during that 1st 100 days, the Supreme Court rejecting a last ditch effort by Pennsylvania Republicans to toss out the state's 2.5 million mail in ballots. Texas is suing Wisconsin, Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania, trying to override the will of voters by forcing their legislatures to Appoint presidential electors Instead, you're listening to ABC.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:47 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Week, there have been 79 community outbreaks. San Diego hospitals continue to fill up with coronavirus patients, and the medical community is sounding the alarm currently in San Diego. More people are in the hospital with covert 19 than at any point during the pandemic. 692 patients were in the hospital Sunday, 180 of them in the ICU. Doctors are better equipped to fight the virus with treatments like rendez, severe and steroids. But they are concerned because hospitalizations tend to lag infections, which nearly tripled from October to November. Palamar health has unused non ICU beds and is ready to take on patients. Other hospitals run out of room. Joshua Lipped in Cocoa News. Governor Newsome is warning that we could be on the brink of a stricter covert 19 stay at home order as the pandemic stretches resource is, according to news from the states about 75% of ICU capacity with a potential Max reach before Christmas. He says tighter restrictions are being seriously considered to slow the spread of the virus and keep the hospital system from being overwhelmed. That is more equivalent more in line with stay at home order that folks were familiar with in the beginning of this year with modifications in terms of the work that we're currently doing. There's good news on the horizon with the initial 327,000 doses of the first vaccine expected sometime in December. Details and who gets it will be announced later this week. Hey, Louis Koko Ni will be talking to county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher about San Diego's numbers coming up live at 7 10. Meantime, the nation's top infectious disease experts says the Corona virus is continuing to impact minority communities at a higher rate, Dr Anthony Fauci said one reason this is happening is because they typically have frontline jobs nature of the job they have, which put him on the front line, mostly Not being able to do much of the work by our computer, those individuals of the population of a higher incidence of infection. Dr Fauci says once they have the virus, they also have a higher rate of pre existing health conditions that could make the outcome deadly. Health officials are aiming to have a vaccine available to everyone in a matter of months. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski says 100% of Americans who want the vaccine will be able to by the end of June. Ostrovsky is heading up the vaccine distribution operation Warp speed, the Navy has decided to decommission the badly burned USS bottom. Rashard warship. The ship caught fire this past summer while docked in the San Diego Bay burn for nearly five days. Rear Admiral Erik van hey, who oversees ship maintenance, says they looked at three options. One was to rebuild at a cost of up to $3.2 billion that could have taken 5 to 7 years also examined Some ways that we might rebuild the ship to some alternate configuration and then Lastly, we looked at Decommissioning and intense investigation continues to determine what started the fire, But arson is a possibility. One sailor has been questioned more than 60, crew members and civilians injured. Some came down with covert 19 days later after they shared oxygen masks while fighting the flames. Phil Farrar. KOGO News. Could we see President Trump take another run at the nation's top office. Krista Mail report is not done fighting the 2020 election results and it's not conceding yet. And he told reporters on Thanksgiving. He doesn't want to talk 2024 yet, but sources tell Fox President Trump has told advisers he wants to run again in four years. Such an announcement or even flirtation with a third White House run would dampen what's expected to be a wide open battle for the GOP nomination. The president has made it clear he intends to stay active in Republican politics. He's scheduled to campaign and Georgia's Saturday for the two Republican incumbents in that state's runoff elections. The civics test is getting tougher for people who want to become a U. S. Citizen starting today. Rachel Sutherland reports. Some of the questions could trip up people born in the USA. How many amendments does the Constitution have the answer? 27. It's just one of 100 questions. Applicants could have to answer. US Citizenship and Immigration services says the new test is designed to evaluate an applicant's understanding of American history and civics. A passing score is 60%, meaning candidates must answer 12 out of 20 aural questions correctly. The previous naturalization test had 10 questions. How to set boundaries when it comes to your kids and gaming during the pandemic that's coming up live along with your traffic and some windy, potentially dangerous weather ahead. Coco News time 607 Glowing skin is always in with, say, Nice apricot scrub made with 100%, natural apricot extract and walnut shell powder. This cult.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The mutual with more more than 96,000. Patients were in the hospital with the respiratory illness as of Monday evening, this, according to the covert tracking project, the numbers, along with a projected surge, as the winner continues, have many hospitals worried. They'll be completely overwhelmed. Undie Mutale Health officials are aiming to have a Corona virus vaccine available to everyone in a matter of months. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski says 100% of Americans who want the vaccine will be able to get it. By the end of June. A Stransky is heading up the vaccine distribution for Operation Warp speed. Yesterday was a big day for the presidential transition of power. President elected Jill Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris started officially receiving high level intelligence briefings. The decision to provide Biden, with his first president's daily brief came after the General Services Administration agreed to put in motion the transition process last week. NBC's Jeff Bennett has more. The briefing offers Biden insight into the most sensitive and urgent national security questions. Including how the killing of Iran's top nuclear scientists complicates his goal of rejoining the Iran nuclear agreement. The man considered the father of Iran's nuclear program, was gunned down Friday in an attack the Islamic Republic has blamed on Israel. The Rhode Island Board of Elections. A certifying Biden's election victory in the state about 307,000 votes went to Biden in Bird Island, compared to just under 200,000 for Donald Trump. Finds victories in the two flip states of Wisconsin and Arizona were also made official yesterday. The victim of a deadly shooting in Providence overnight Monday has been identified as Carl Bryant. Brian was believed to have lived in Providence but also had addresses. And Brockton, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Authorities say he was found dead at Roger Williams screen and that the shooting also led to a woman being hit by stray bullet, which went through her home if she was sleeping. With Black Friday small business Saturday and Cyber Monday. All behind.

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"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"lieutenant general paul ostrowski" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hospitalization records are being broken nationwide. The mutual with more more than 96,000 patients were in the hospital with the respiratory illness as of Monday evening, this, according to the cove, it tracking project. The numbers, along with a projected surge, as the winner continues, have many hospitals worried they'll be completely overwhelmed. Indian you chill. Health officials are aiming to have a corona virus vaccine available to everyone in a matter of months. Lieutenant General Paul Ostrowski says 100% of Americans who want the vaccine will be able to get it. By the end of June. Ostrovsky is heading up the vaccine distribution for Operation Warp speed. Yesterday was a big day for the presidential transition of power. President elected Jill Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris started officially receiving high level intelligence briefings. The decision to provide. Biden, with his first president's daily brief came after the General Services Administration agreed to put in motion the transition process last week, NBC's Jeff Bennett has more. The briefing offers Biden insight into the most sensitive and urgent national security questions, including how the killing of Iran's top nuclear scientists Complicates his goal of rejoining the Iran nuclear agreement. The man considered the father of Iran's nuclear program, was gunned down Friday in an attack the Islamic Republic has blamed on Israel. The Rhode Island Board of Elections. A certifying Biden's election victory in the state about 307,000 votes went to Biden in Bird Island, compared to just under 200,000 for Donald Trump. Finds victories in the two flip states of Wisconsin and Arizona were also made official yesterday. The victim of a deadly shooting in Providence overnight Monday has been identified as Carl Bryant. Brian was believed to have lived in Providence but also had addresses. And Brockton, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Authorities say he was found dead at Roger Williams screen and that the shooting also led to a woman being hit by stray bullet, which went through her home if she was sleeping. With Black Friday small business Saturday and Cyber Monday. All behind us Today we mark giving Tuesday folks are encouraged to give back in ways both big and little and an effort to transform their communities and the world for the better news radio 9 21 or 47 events. SPORTS Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is now on the cove in 19 reserve list. 34 year old either tested positive or was in.

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