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"lombardy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Google Google that on your own or wait 24 hours, and it will be on sports. I just also want to say on the Stanley Cup trophy and everything that's been at the bottom of a river before that, that has a history of these kinds of incidences, right? Like when Tom Brady's chucking around the Lombardy like That's that's the real deal. That's why I was like, what are you doing? Like? That is insane. You gotta if you if you drop that thing like we gotta get the you know, school team explanation Team? Yeah, exactly. Bill Paxton and those guys from Titanic two straight days with Titanic references on the show, Man. Two straight weeks of hockey reference. I'm working buddy. The It's much taller. Now. Parts of the cup have been having to be a place including the original bowl. The Stanley Cup travels around for different events. So the Hockey Hall of Fame decided to make a replica. Oh, I have to go to Google just to make sure we know knows what he's no, no, no, I was just checking. Oh, yes, yes, yes. I'm gonna look for the claret jug. Did you know I couldn't do that? You told me you you've you've seen the Stanley Cup, right? I've touched it. I was touched the grass. I fondled it. I have to When the stars one I remember. That's the same one. I did, Tom. I was Nick's had it at it to State Cup brothers. So there it is. Yeah, we're cut brothers was in the done. I was in Vegas a couple years ago, Brothers and I remember being a kid in a casino. And they were like, Hey, today from 5 to 6. The Stanley Cup is here and I was like, who cares? There's a big line of people who wanted to see it. Was that the real Stanley Cup or is that one of the a replica? You think they're going to let the Please touch it? Today? You have your you'd be blue LEDs mind You broke my heart, You know, Wow, I'm like, so that's the same. Remember back into accomplished if that's the case, If you like, you know, the Cowboys would win the Super Bowl. And if you call and subscribe to Sports Illustrated right now we're going to send you a replica Lombardi Trophy for the Cowboy. That's the one that's what people are lining up to pose with a sports illustrated replicas. Stanley Cup. I can neither confirm nor deny that this is disaster there says that there are three other replica jugs, declared Jugs. One is in the British Museum of Golf at ST Andrews and to use for travelling exhibitions. But they also they engrave the replica. It's That's why it's so cherish because It's the same thing, but not right so you can fall on it so you can drop it to the bottom of a river. And it's not gone because that is a storied history, man. Now I want to see like they just beat to hell Replica Cup that each team passed around from player to player that's been dented. Don't fix it. Don't send it to the repair shop. Heavy, hilarious. Just put it like your fantasy football trophy. Exactly been through all of these jackasses hands. Put it in that Tampa trophy case. All busted up, All right, And that's how you should do it. Are you blowed my mind? I've learned more today on the show. Uh, Wow. What was your most favorite thing that you learned? I learned that there's that Stanley doctors not there for Sonny Dykes and Dick Anderson. But now this thing about that, I thought that Stanley Cup was the one No, I am batted promotional announcements, but we should tell you this show is available for podcast news. Radio. Ko BJ dot com Go Listen to the end of the four o'clock hour because Beato I didn't do a radio 20 years I've never had a joke that good that is. I live in jealousy. Now I can never I was just reporting the news. Jason is all contextual. Hey, the Major League Baseball Star Game is tonight just over a half hour from the first pitch. Shohei Otani is starting on the mound for the American League. Does he rebound after he's embarrassing performance in the home run Derby? Embarrassing Don't cause he's in a three swing swing off and he hit a ground ball. He swung himself out. He did. He was tired. He was really tired, but he was I couldn't chug enough Gatorade. Did you see all that product placement like that's what you need to get juiced up. He was smiling all the time, you know has now that she lives with me. It's great. It's going great guys. I get all my girlfriends commentary on sports Now in the she she goes, Oh my God! Red Gatorade. That's what he chose was like what's wrong with Red Gatorade? She goes lemon lime. She also asked me Are they purposefully hitting it into the audience? Uh, home Run Derby. Maybe she's thought she was watching the ground ball Derby. I don't know. All right, fine. Punch rum. Balder be talked to you guys tomorrow..

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"lombardy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"lombardy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"7 40. Are you more lethargic than you normally are on Monday morning probably ate too much. I overdosed on Cuban sandwiches during the game because my wife sent me out to, uh 90 miles. They've got a few Cuban restaurants around and it's not exactly it's not Miami Cuban food, but it's pretty good for Chicago, and she was taking some pictures for her. Website. She always post a lot of recipes on that savvy dash planet dot com site and so she was taking pictures of Cuban food. And so after the photo session, Of course, it was time to eat. And you know, she cut him up into like a little like sliders. And that's very dangerous. Because when that happens you like 100 of them, right? So I'm a little slow today here. Um What did you think of that Vince Lombardi appearance? Didn't you think that was a little creepy? Yeah, well, I'd seen the tea's They've been running for a few days with it. So first time I saw it was during the game last night. Yeah, well, they ran a rape before the game. They ran the extended version right and they ran it again, write a short version during the game in the game, right? Yeah, I was reading today that The studio used historical footage of Lombardy, and then they shot some footage of an actor and they use something called proprietary face swapping technology. And the NFL worked with Lombardi family through the process, including the development of the script, but I just thought was creepy. But when it Hey, when I George Palace next year, I mean, is this gonna be a trend We're going to see now. Well, I mean, it's It's pretty remarkable when you think that Vince Lombardi last coached a game. I think he died in 1970. So the guys who are playing even Tom Brady isn't really old enough to remember. I mean, I'm sure he's a student of the game, and he knows about the party. But I think for most people, I mean, it's it's good a good thing. I think to kind of pulled some historical figures from your past. Maybe you're right. Maybe George Palace would be good to bring back run some actual clips. You know they can reach restore those old clips with little process and make him look good. We have the real thing. I would go with that. You know, you always see the footage of Lombardy and Alice on the sideline Wrigley Field. It's great stuff on And I meant to ask Adam, hold this. But, Dave, you probably know the answer that quote this question. When did it start? The teams that win the toss, always defer and shoot and choose to kick off. It's been It's been that way for a long time, and just about football that every level but what I know originally there were some occasions where, because of the wind They would they would choose to do that. But now it just seems like no you win the toss you You want to kick off you want. You want to get to teach your defense out there first and put the other team's offense on the field because it's going to get you potentially a neck stra possession in the game, because, you know You're gonna have the ball first in the third quarter, so you can kind of plan the way you play, Especially as you get towards halftime sort of the way you you play it hoping maybe you'll get A neck stra possession or two inside of the two minute warning. And then you know you're gonna get the ball back right away in the third quarter, so you can You put yourself in position to potentially take control of the game. Plus, if you have confidence in your defense, especially is I think both these teams did going into the Super Bowl. I think you feel like you could make an early state a statement early stand. Remember Kansas City did that. I mean, they forced him to beta. Go three and out. First time they had the ball in your thinking. Okay. Now give my home's the ball. See what happens, right? It just didn't work out. No, I didn't. I didn't think it was uncalled for. For the CBS announcers, though, to refer to the Bucks kicker as a suck up I feel it is. That's a pump. Maybe you would think that especially Big kicker. And what the other kicker? They're both. They're both really good. The Chief's isn't his name. Something like What's his name? His? His name is Bucker. But here? Yeah, that's it. Yeah, See, he would have played well in Chicago. It's kind of a hybrid between dick buckets, right? Yeah. And then you think a Butthead to Kevin Butler Butler the ball together? Have you noticed something different about the Chicago skyline? Lately? We have some interesting little tidbits of information about Chicago architecture to talk to Blair came in about will do that. Coming right up. Let's check on a couple things here first,.

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Four Italian regions, including Milan, put under lockdown

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Four Italian regions, including Milan, put under lockdown

"For Italian regions of being put under strict lock down with a severe limits imposed on the circumstances under which people can leave home premier just sepi conte has cooled very stringent restrictions to begin on Friday for Lombardy Piedmont areas in the north I'm for Calabria which forms the sum total of the Italian peninsula lockdown is aimed at tamping down the surgeon could nineteen infections and preventing hospitals from being overwhelmed with cases lasting at least two weeks it will involve over sixteen million of Italy's sixty million residents and includes the country's financial capital Milan I'm Charles the last month

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"lombardy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Friends. David Lombardy from the athletic is going to join us at 10 30, his latest about the Debo injury and how it could change. The 40 enters offense won't get into that in a minute, Kyle Today's resume call right after the show about 3 30 gave an update on some injuries. Some good. Some bad will give you that. But one thing I wanted to mention, and I know you're aware of this, but I don't think we've mentioned it yet. Tim planner is dealing with a staph infection. And as they put it, release out their family. Tim was admitted to a hospital in San Diego Sunday, October 18th or is being treated for a staph infection. Responding well to antibiotics even question his guitar be brought to him. Eso. He's posting updates on his Facebook page, a Tim Flannery and the lunatic fringe so you can check out the updates there, but it sounds like he's doing better. So that's good news. Hey, I've known about it for Ah, a few days to have in facts who is our boss at NBC Sports Bay area and it is the tremendous Devout fan and friend of flames been keeping us updated, So he was at the ranch. He had excruciating back pain. Came into San Diego from the ranch when he gets off the grid and call 911 on Sunday. They finally got him and they found a little something on the spine, so he had to have emergency surgery. And then you know, developed a staph infection was really concerned me. Bilking died from a staph infection. And ah Ah Dick Schapp died from a staph infection. A lot of times you go into the hospital and you have a procedure done and you can get a staff for a bacterial infection. But they got him on antibiotics, and there they seem to be working. There's some other areas that he's worried about. Right now. I did text him and I got back a strange response, which clan They had three letters back, John. I don't know what this means In the texting world, H M k. You have any idea what that means? Or was that just Ah! I'm hitting the wrong digits for this guy. There's something right Some somebody got to his phone, so I don't want to bother you. But I am getting updates from Devon and people close to him and Ah, he's you know, we got to pray for him. He's he's too tough guys. Tough S O B. What he has is significant and he's got a few other things he's got to deal with. So He's just a great guy. Last time we had him on the air. Hey, we kind of you know we had him on because of the Pablo. Got the F 1800 pence a few weeks before he really is off the grid this year. Hey, is completely detach from everything that he loves going up to the ranch and just Getting away from it all. S so I haven't really communicated with a much we text occasionally, but you know, he's because he's that he's off the grid, and she says WiFi Availabilities spot. He'll get back to you a few days later, but he came out and you could hear it this hard. I mean, just how much love he has for everybody in the world and He's just that kind of guy. He was a white hot competitors to go back and watch the brawl. They had 84 against the Braves. It was right then that all of it But hey said, you know, family things with his Children, and he's just He's such a quality person really to me. I think he was the soul of the team, at least from a coaching staff. You know, Hunter coming over. But he just He had so much texture and humanity. And just what a guy so you know we're thinking of them. It's it's it's. It's been good. The last couple of days, the updates have been far better on flan. But he's not out of the woods yet. So until then, get out of that hospital and walk out of there. We're gonna We're gonna keep praying for Flynn. Yeah. So I just wanna make sure we made a mention of that again. David Lombard is going to join us at 10 30. We'll get into the 40 Niners. Start looking at Seattle, but more about the injuries and how everything is going to change depots going beyond. We thought this was going to be out a couple of games with the hammy Wilson's going to go on I R. With the high ankle sprain, Kyle said. It'll likely be About a month in Faras Depot in the two games. You got Seattle, but then you got Green Bay on a Thursday night. So obviously that cuts down on the recovery time a little bit better news they could get Coleman back. They could get most safeties back. Kyle said that we'll see later in the week. And maybe the best news that was given out yesterday is K. Juan Williams is expected to practice this week and potentially playing Obviously, that is huge for a Tyler Lockett matchup. So there you go. In all of them, and they move their wide receivers around. It's not so easy to say, You know, you're the ex. You're dizzy whenever they call the slot in the 40 Niners called F Brian Schottenheimer may call it something different. We're all gonna line up, but it's going to be linear, and that's the way it's gonna play. They don't do that. They bunch formation, They stack formation. You see what Arizona did Sunday night when they had the Triple stack. I thought I was ordering a breakfast pancakes. They had three receivers all lined up, and that's when he blew a gasket when the first two, I think they're both tight ends Mr Blocks and I actually saw I watched so much over the weekend. I can't remember what game it was where I saw Quad Stack. Where they had four receivers. All in a stack of stack is when you put one guy in the line of scrimmage, one guy right behind him. The trip will be a third guy behind the first to know it was like what's going on here, and they went back in the archives, and they had a quad stack. It was like, What's that? I'm not sure you know what the benefit of that You can't get to the guy, obviously, and you got three blockers out in front. If you wanna a bubble screen of whatever you run the screen of that side, so So they don't move people around, so it won't be. But I can Okay. Watch a good player. The other thing with Debo. So I also think Jordan Reed. Is pretty close to coming back. I'm not sure it's going to be this game there hasn't been in the update is on I r. So they may not say anything, but if he's practicing, you know Wednesday Thursday And the media season. He could pop out so I you know, I think you need you need weapons You need you need eligibles. If you don't have the most is not gonna play obviously. And Jeff Wilson Jr is not gonna play. Obviously Taverna is Ah, no question Mark that will be bigger than you got Jet mechanic and Jermichael Hasty. They got all student Walter, the young back there could bring up but If you get Kevin comb and go on, then you have an idea what the running backs could have looked like the running back room. But Debo was offsetting I look. Att Debo. You know if you get shortened, Reed, I think with Kittel and Ah yuk and born. You got enough eligibles there what Deebo does Is that constant jets sweep action and whether you want to call it I such an article about the inventor of this, whether it's a fly sweep in when I was doing college games. They are high school games. They always put that guy in motion when he called that Fly sweep. And in the N F. L think we started calling it a jet. Sweet because they're not running. Fly there running jet. These guys are fast. It's an entirely different game. Tohave one guy, you know, just to have a running start. Going across the formation. I think it's gonna change running of the football in this league forever. The way the shotgun has to have a guy moving in motion where you have stationary defence of players..

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"lombardy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KCRW

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Italy honors 179 doctors who died in pandemic

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Italy honors 179 doctors who died in pandemic

"A ceremony held in Italy on Sunday to remember doctors. Who died while treating corona virus patients one hundred, seventy, nine doctors remembered Sunday for the sacrifice they made and caring for Covid nineteen patients in Italy. A ceremony held in the northern Italian town of due north of Milan. The doctors names all inscribed in marble at a sanctuary in the Lombardy region the hardest hit area in all of Italy among the names 67-year-old doctor Roberto Stella, the first. Known. Italian physician to die of Covid, nineteen back on March Eleventh Italy dealing with a surge of positive coronavirus cases. Top Ten, thousand a day in recent

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"lombardy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Ah, And if he can call plays with, you know it, you get aware that was Bella checks upside down, by the way, the other no for me. My favorite one is still Andy Reed. Reed's got the You know, he's got the pull down plexiglass over his face. He fought well open exactly exactly. That's a that's a fungus that everywhere Riveter. All of these fine came out before the game last night, so Gruden was aware of it. And then God asked about it after the game because his was kind of often on during the game as well. I've had the virus. Okay, I'm doing my best. I'm very sensitive about it. But I'm calling plays. I just want to communicate in these situations and apologize. And if I get fined, I will have to pay the fine. But, you know, I'm very sensitive about all of that. And and I apologize. I mean, there's a lot to unpack there. You could sort of hit. The tone is like, Look, I'm doing my best over here. But we you can't have it all on all the time. He also says that he had the virus, which I don't think anybody knew. So that's kind of interesting as well. And does he have immunity, depending how sick he was? Did he have the symptoms or was asymptomatic? It's party if he was second down and bad. Then the chances are he would have you know some immunity to it, And you know his behavior could be different. Maybe that's part of what he's what he's what he's enquiring about. But the point is, it's hard to call plays. With it on and I want one thing I'm gonna ask Kyle out is you know? How do you call plays for the mask? I can You hurt exactly exactly. All right, and then one more from last night's game as well. Lot of talk today about Drew Brees. Not being what he wants. Wass. There was a stat I saw from from Lombardy from Michael Lombardy on Twitter, Greg, where I guess phrases thrown 68 passes. 68 pass attempts so far this year on Ly, seven of them have travelled further than 10 yards. And of those seven on ly to have been completed. You could bring up that Michael Thomas wasn't in the game last night, but still he's actually not the big downfield guy. For the saint anyway, so a lot of talk about it, And here's what Breeze had to say about that after the game. My job is execute the offense right? And so I think I've always evaluated myself on being a great decision maker, and so at the end of day on, throw the ball of the open guy. Loose ball down the field. Score points help us win football games, You know, so that's my job. My job is not to have the most ofher yards or throw the ball down the field, the most or anything like that. Now, my job's help us win. Jobs. Put everybody around me in the best position to succeed, and, um It's all in progress. I mean, they didn't win. So that's part of what's driving this, but But you know what the other part that driving? This is fantasy football. I mean, I know you know, people for years have have grabbed him as their quarterback and whatnot. He's put up video game numbers and It's not there anymore. I mean, I mentioned it earlier, even if you look at what their offense did against the box if you didn't watch the game, and you said, Oh, they scored 34 points. Looks like the Saints are on point. No, I think he barely through for 150 yards. They had a short field because Tom Brady was terrible and turn the ball over a couple of times. So ah, their offense does not look anywhere near as dynamic as we're used to seeing it. They did not have an off season. This is a Yeah, but some teams do look dynamic like the Seahawks have come out. The Falcons have come out even though they've lost both their games or firing all over the place. They look amazing. Yeah, I just know how precise he is. He is the most accurate quarterback in the history of the NFL. He's led the league and completion percentage six times in his career. He has the career highest percentage. He set records in 18 and 19. A 74.4 in 74.3%. He's incredibly accurate there. The accuracy is not there yet, And that is to be somewhat understandable. 2011 After the lockout year, he blew me away. By throwing for 5400 yards at the time. It's still the highest a single figure and 46 touchdowns, so they were on point. But he's accuracy is off that thing which are a breeze. Is, I think his lack of size. He's got all the records and the we will have them all. And I don't I don't know if Freddy will be able to catch him. On that. I don't know who's going to get a Maybe Mahomes. But he's only 11 Super Bowl. And I think my opinion is There are critical throws that he's just been unable to make in his career because of his lack of size. Now he's overcome that to be the most precise and accurate quarterback, but it comes down to a play here or there. Where he just has been unable to do it, and I've seen it time and time again, the one thing I would wonder about with him. Is that thumb injury he had last year when Aaron Donald got him early in the year. When he fumbled the ball in the playoff game against Minnesota. I don't think he had the hand strength. On they were slapping at and I think it was Daniel Hunter that got it, But he's got to be strong enough to have that ball in his right hand and not have the left hand on it and not have it be poked away. The ball just kind of slipped out of his hand. And a lot of it is just hand strength and it could be that he's just whatever he did it at thumb. Ah, and it's just there was a big fumble. They were they were driving to win the game. They want up slipping it away. They kicked a field goal than to go to overtime. And they didn't win. That was to me a unforgivable air. Why did he make it and I go back to bomb Garner and when he had his finger broken by Whit Mare Field, and he talked about hand strength all that year, and it's wise velocity was down. I don't know if Drew Brees has the hand strength. He used to have the hand sizes spice a smaller guy, but I think over time they will rip the hell out of it. And he will get precise with his guys but also met Lake and they win the Super Bowl with the size that he has. That's why you'd rather have a 6465 quarterback than a guy. That's that's 5, 11 or whatever he is. Mark Willard infer land. It is pop in London. It is a boost time and that is next on the sports later. You're smart speaker is a radio. You here. Papa and.

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"lombardy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I mean, that's you know something where I think you can see Garoppolo is really starting to pull some puppet strings with the defense and if he can make that more consistent Which I think Shanahan expects of this season continues. It's going to be a good year for him, but we just have to see more than one game. David Lombardy, the athletic with us real quick on defense, David No, Defore didn't practice today. What's the update there? And while we're on the pass rush What's been going on with this flirtation with Ziggy Ansah over the last few weeks. What would be Ford. You have a guy? You know, Some people are saying he didn't really look healthy. It's hard to tell against the Cardinals because they compromise. Your defence in a way, you know that other teams really don't mean them in Baltimore. The two teams that really make you play a little bit different defensively. Just because of the run past combination on the spread out formation. You know, the Cardinals can run so I wasn't sure if you know this was just a matter of before. Not being able to really pin his ears back and do what he does with the speed rush, or if he was a little hobbled. He practiced in full on Wednesday, and then he shows up on Thursday or doesn't show up on Thursday. I'm sure he was in the building, but you know he wasn't anywhere to be seen on the practice field. Shanahan and speak today, so we don't know. But you see Ford was listed on the injury report with a neck injury. So, um, that that never sounds good, but that's all that we know. Right now. We'll know more on Friday. And you know the 40 100. They're they're a little shallow defensive end. I mean, even with the Ford That's the one spot on defense where there's just not a lot right now. Because wrong. Blair, who's your natural defensive end really depth piece is out for the first six weeks of the season. He's on pop right now. So that's why They've been interested in big Janda this whole time on DH. That was before you know it is business even happened with the Ford next, so the need will become more pressing it. The Ford is pushed out of service, David. Great stuff, as always appreciate you. All right. Thank you. Yeah, you got it. State of Lombardy. The athletic with all of the latest on the 40. Niners. There is some developing news with regard to both Steph Curry and Draymond Green will have that for you Next. Plus, it is time for choose your fate today, maybe a minute or two to get in some final votes. Odell Back on, Brandon, I You look great Baseball, audio or baseball ups..

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Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

Not Too Shabby

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

"Italian scientists have reported that the waste water of three northern cities had traces of the new coronavirus two months before the first official cases were recorded from Rome mark Lewin once corona virus erupted in the northern Italian region of Lombardy with the first recorded cases in late February suspicions grew that it had in fact been present here for some time now that theory has been stood up by researchers from Italy's national health institute who found traces in waste water samples taken in Milan and Turin in mid December around the same time the virus was first reported in China that could help shed light on how will cove in nineteen took hold here in its first major outbreak in Europe

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Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

"The Italian health institute has reported that the waste water of three northern cities have traces of the new coronavirus long before the first Italian case was detected that was only in mid February mark Lewin reports Italy was whether corona virus outbreak erupted in Europe in late February with the first recorded case in the northern region of Lombardy but it was long thought that the virus had been circulating here earlier now that suspicion has been stood up by Italy's national health institute whose research has found traces of it in waste water in the cities of Milan and Turin in December and in Bologna a month later this study could help identify the source of the infection I'm shows the importance of waste water to tracking the parts of the

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"lombardy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Patients may have contracted the disease from someone who was in fact a tear in the nation a whole new standing by on the the grand opening is really continuing to deliver them yet but let me turn it on but if you don't need to prevention C. N. th that is yeah she's not gonna actually emerged as an early hot spot for technician near the end of February the Italian government began imposing travel restrictions on residents of the lawn by the region but it was too late on March eighth with the virus spreading widely the government locked down some sixteen million people in Lombardy and fourteen neighboring provinces in theory it means that people are not supposed to leave those areas but in fact party simply haven't had the time and perhaps not even the resources to make this a reality show in Milan any other areas affected by the lockdown people raced to train stations trying to get out before it's too late many of those people fleeing on body brought the virus with them to other parts of Italy very soon the death toll in Italy which is the death toll in China told its own story it feels like a whole that it's elitist contact clog the daily loss of hundreds of lives coronaviruses Hannity's in this country of sixty million people now higher than in China with a population of one of the homes in theory and its approach one of the world's best healthcare systems to its knees the story of the corona virus outbreak.

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Italy has lowest daily virus infections in 2 weeks

BBC World Service

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Italy has lowest daily virus infections in 2 weeks

"It is registered more deaths from the corona virus outbreaks in anywhere else in the world however there is some hope as officials that recorded a shop full in new coronavirus cases just over four thousand new patients were diagnosed in the latest daily tally that's the lowest number in two weeks that's right the remains stubbornly high another eight hundred and twelve people with the virus have died bringing the overall total to more than eleven and a half thousand people in Italy Silvia security Borelli is Italy correspondent for politico Europe and joins us now so the official line it is very much that this is the country heading in the right direction that those three weeks or so of lockdown I'm a paying off is that the general consensus good morning well absolutely that is what the government is saying and that is also why overnight they extended the log down through mid April and clearly people are still very much concerned because as you said the number of deaths is still very very high especially the northern regions of Lombardy is still very much the epicenter of the outbreak and is still suffering devastating numbers and hospitals are very much under pressure throughout the rest of the country people have some states that thanks to the lockdown measures at the outbreak isn't going to be as severe but of course because of the death toll isn't decreasing just yet these measures were extended and there is hope that if they are extended for perhaps another two weeks or more likely another month the situation will eventually improves I wonder what happens if another see everyone hopes it doesn't but if I'm on the part of the country say in the south become major that senses of the epidemic I'm happy with the health care resources essentially being pushed out to Lombardy and it will be very devastating effect straight on a similar scale elsewhere that's correct especially because other regions especially in the south don't have as many resources and that because of spending cuts many local hospitals have been shut down there are very few critical care medicine units in hospitals throughout the southern regions and these regions as we know are largely under developed there is a lot of organized crime and public funds are often distracted because of this so clearly if the main aim from the national government is to avoid an outbreak of the scale we've seen in Lombardy down south which his wife walked down measures have been extended and fines for people who don't abide by these rules have been increased we were seeing people traveling from the north to the south either to join their families or to spend the lockdown in their vacation home but precisely because of the region's cannot bear the pressure of an outbreak like the one we're seeing up north all of this has had to end and they found ways to cut a little limit on it of course this is a scenario that we hope we won't see and the numbers for the moment are saying that it's not going in that direction a brief if you could have people got their heads around the idea that these looks at measures are going to be around for a while absolutely absolutely some people are and thinking that schools will reopen before September and restaurant owners and business owners are thinking back the summer holiday season it's not even going to start and people that go to work or just thinking that they will have to work remotely at least until June okay Soviet security Borelli Italy correspondent for politico

"lombardy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KCRW

"Have died in nineteen speak to the doctor coordinating the response in the hardest hit region of Lombardy about what America needs to do to stop the pandemic also a hospital chaplain in Washington state who can't get physically close to corona virus patients to give spiritual support and comic and actor Cameron Esposito has a new book out and a personal brush with code nineteen wasn't allowed to go into the waiting room with her and then I was sort of sitting in the hall and the doctor came out with that like very serious doctor face that you never want to see it Sunday March twenty ninth news now live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein coronavirus infections in the US are nearing one hundred twenty five thousand more than two thousand have died according to Johns Hopkins Louisiana is fast becoming one of the pandemic's hot spots according to the latest from the state's health department nearly one hundred forty people in Louisiana have died from covert nineteen most of them in the New Orleans metro area Patrick Madden of member station W. W. Eno has more the number of known coronavirus cases in Louisiana jumped more than twenty percent Saturday with more than three thousand people now testing positive for the deadly virus and concern is mounting over the ability of New Orleans area hospitals to meet the expected crush of coronavirus patients who need ventilators and beds in ICU units there's also fear that nurses doctors and other health care workers don't have enough personal protective equipment like N. ninety five masks and the city has started and equipment drive to take in donated gear the governor of Louisiana John bel Edwards says he wants to begin using the convention center in New Orleans to start housing patients who've tested positive for the corona virus for NPR news I'm Patrick Madden in New Orleans coronavirus cases and deaths in Germany have soared this weekend despite strict social distancing and commercial lockdowns NPR's rob Schmitz has details from Berlin the latest figures for the country updated Sunday from Johns Hopkins University show a significant spike of more than fifty three thousand confirmed cases and four hundred and thirty three deaths in Germany the country is the third most impacted in Europe by the corona virus behind Italy and Spain a government study leaked to German media shows that in a worst case scenario with limited social restrictions seventy percent of Germany's population would soon be infected eighty percent of intensive care patients would be rejected by hospitals and the death toll would surpass a million if strict measures are taken for at least two months and testing is ramped up to two hundred thousand per day the study estimates a million Germans would become infected but only twelve thousand would die Germany has announced it is not planning on relaxing social distancing a public gathering rules before April twentieth rob Schmitz NPR news Berlin the Dutch government has recalled more than half a million face masks ordered from China because they're defective Terry Schultz reports they don't fit securely in their mouth filters don't keep out the coronavirus it's not clear how many of the six hundred thousands defective masks may already have been used they were part of a batch of one point three million masks the Netherlands bought from China Spain and the Czech Republic have also reported receiving test kits that don't correctly diagnose infections still France has announced in a new order of one billion face masks most will come from China this is NPR news India's prime minister Narendra Modi is apologizing for imposing a three week locked down on the country's one point three billion people mody calls the measure harsh but necessary to prevent the spread of the coronavirus Serbia is banning pet owners from walking their dogs as part of its policy to fight the spread of covert nineteen but veterinarians say the measure could make conditions less hygienic in homes and Joanna could kisses reports there's plenty of backlash from dog owners the small southeastern European nation has imposed tough measures to fight cobit nineteen infections Serbs under sixty five could stay home from five PM to five AM but Intel this weekend they could take their dogs or cats out for a twenty minute walk now the government has banned walking dog parents lashed out on social media they said the ban will harm their dog's health Serbs over sixty five have been stuck indoors with their pets for some time one elderly woman tried to get around that ban a local news video showed her using a harness to lower her small dog on to the grass outside her first floor apartment for NPR news I'm Joanna Kakissis the mayor of Jonesborough Arkansas says a tornado that hit the region yesterday would have been more devastating of residents weren't staying home because of the corona virus pandemic roofs were ripped off and cars were tossed around but only six people were hospitalized with minor injuries I'm Barbara Klein NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from General Mills the maker of nature valley crunchy granola bars and the ECMC foundation working to improve postsecondary educational.

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"lombardy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the response in the hardest hit region of Lombardy about what America needs to do to stop the pandemic also a hospital chaplain in Washington state we can't get physically close to corona virus patients to give spiritual support and comic and actor Cameron Esposito has a new book out and a personal brush with covert nineteen wasn't allowed to go into the waiting room with her and then I was for sitting in the hall and the doctor came out with that like very serious doctor face that you never want to see it Sunday March twenty ninth news now live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein coronavirus infections in the US are nearing one hundred twenty five thousand more than two thousand have died according to Johns Hopkins Louisiana is fast becoming one of the pandemic's hot spots according to the latest from the state health department nearly one hundred forty people in Louisiana have died from covert nineteen most of them in the New Orleans metro area Patrick Madden of member station W. W. Eno has more the number of known coronavirus cases in Louisiana jumped more than twenty percent Saturday with more than three thousand people now testing positive for the deadly virus and concern is mounting over the ability of New Orleans area hospitals to meet the expected crush of coronavirus patients who need ventilators and beds in ICU units there's also fear that nurses doctors and other health care workers don't have enough personal protective equipment like N. ninety five masks and the city has started and equipment drive to take in donated gear the governor of Louisiana John bel Edwards says he wants to begin using the convention center in New Orleans to start housing patients who've tested positive for the corona virus for NPR news I'm Patrick Madden in New Orleans coronavirus cases and deaths in Germany have soared this weekend despite strict social distancing and commercial lockdowns NPR's rob Schmitz has details from Berlin the latest figures for the country updated Sunday from.

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Hill talks continue as Trump appears to waffle on shutdown

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Hill talks continue as Trump appears to waffle on shutdown

"The in over the Senate most the weekend far is the struggling president reaching measures again to move urged to ahead stop people on the a to massive spread avoid of virus the each corona other economic as virus much as recovery to possible date plan Italy we're gonna kill is White this slowing House industrial and horrible congressional production hidden negotiators enemy nationwide we have to stay worked away through but the weekend the shutdown the president man has of just kept Italy's before workers high midnight health home council and I closed says with businesses the new treasury stringent late chief measures last Steven Mnuchin night the its president leap said has tweeted they're now getting exhausted in close all caps all as the he possible left we Capitol cannot ways Hill it let could the queue Democrats limit or be worse personal have blocked than the and problem the professional nearly itself two conduct trillion the dollar adding hardest plan to make hit from a decision region advancing of on Lombardy to extending a full the vote shut has down banned after any saying outdoor it the does fifteen exercise too days much for are not up corporations on personal the tweet property and contradicts too little and set medical for the distance workers experts limits and and on health the came care walking just providers hours before now officials GOP Surgeon say leader General the Mitch increase Jerome McConnell in Adams both says infections warned there will be on and another several deaths vote morning today has shows just and started hopefully that the to virus show the outbreak first some signs in America adults of narrowing will will show get up on much the other the president side worse of the room urges and understand citizens Sager to keep mag ani up Washington the social distancing for the gravity most people of the situation the corona virus as causes the numbers only mild of virus or moderate cases symptoms and deaths but for some grow in older the U. adults S. Surgeon and General people Jerome with existing Adams health told NBC's problems today it can show cause quote more serious illness I want America I'm Charles to understand the last this month week it's going to get bad Sager made Ghani Washington

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Italy's restrictions grow more specific in bid to slow virus

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Italy's restrictions grow more specific in bid to slow virus

"The in the Senate most far is struggling reaching measures to move to ahead stop on the a massive spread of virus the corona economic virus recovery to date plan Italy is White slowing House industrial and congressional production negotiators nationwide worked through the weekend the president man of just Italy's before high midnight health council I says with the new treasury stringent chief measures Steven Mnuchin its leap said has they're now getting exhausted close all as the he possible left Capitol ways Hill it could Democrats limit personal have blocked and the professional nearly two conduct trillion the dollar hardest plan hit from region advancing of Lombardy to a full vote has banned any saying outdoor it does exercise too much for not corporations on personal property and too little and set for the distance workers limits and on health the care walking providers now officials GOP say leader the Mitch increase McConnell in both says infections there will be and another deaths vote today has just and started hopefully to show the first some signs adults of narrowing will show up on the other the president side of the room urges and understand citizens to keep up the social distancing for the gravity most people of the situation the corona virus as causes the numbers only mild of virus or moderate cases symptoms and deaths but for some grow in older the U. adults S. Surgeon and General people Jerome with existing Adams health told NBC's problems today it can show cause quote more serious illness I want America I'm Charles to understand the last this month week it's going to get bad Sager made Ghani Washington

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"lombardy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on WTOP

"Not just anyone can stop by that included today's first responders and medical workers everyone tested had already been screened meeting they showed symptoms or had been exposed to someone with the corona virus health officials say it's imperative that our first responders and that our medical workers get tested first that's because they're out there on the front lines that's why we want to make sure that they're healthy and they could take care of their community internationally I'm push a single bomb into via at the request of Italian authorities more than two dozen Cuban doctors are on their way to the hard struck Lombardy region's over a hundred lands into Venezuela Friday and more will be helping the fight against the new crown of iris in Jamaica and other countries in the area many of these doctors have years of experience under their belts as they fought Evelyn West Africa caller and Haiti and help victims in earthquakes struck Pakistan they are part of the Caribbean islands decades long practice of offering medical aid to countries in need spring now has the third highest number of infections worldwide the Russian military also getting ready to start sending medical help to Italy organizers of the Tokyo Olympics are facing resistance from athletes morning on entertainment giant to find say singer and actor Kenny Rogers died early Saturday he was eighty one this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O..

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Know the facts about coronavirus disease

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

08:17 min | 2 years ago

Know the facts about coronavirus disease

"To expand our supply. A lot of other equipment is badly needed right now in hospitals and clinics all over the country. You think it's time Dr Burks to start actually mandating production of these critical supplies time to start converting factories to the to the production to meet these kinds of demands. We're so fortunate with the legislation that just came out that we just on locked ninety percent more than mass than we had just two days ago. So I think we're looking and see how much of the need is met by that. And then of course honeywell has also volunteered. I've also seen reports of Construction. Workers taking their current stock to their local clinics. We put out a call to the manufacturers and to the construction workers to do that and people are responding. Others have donated mass. And so we're really looking at. What is the need now as we do all of these innovations on lock further potential Italy Saw more than six hundred deaths in the last twenty four hours alone they actually have more hospital beds per person than we do here in the United States. Are you seeing enough is enough being done right to increase hospital capacity ca? Certainly that is the potentially. Well certainly we're responding with all the resources of the federal government and I think you know the Army Corps of Engineers have been out talking to the individuals and the governor of New York. You know we're moving the Dod mercy and comfort to be available. We're looking of course at mash units we're looking at Vail ability of Va is. We're also looking at the availability of ambulatory surgical centers. Because now that we ask people to give up elective surgeries that opens up a large number of beds that are already fitted with ventilators. That can be utilized. I I have every confidence in the American people to come up with even more innovations to be able to serve individuals but in Italy. It's really important to look very specifically at the geography. They may have lots of hospital beds but the outbreak is very much concentrated in Lombardy region. That makes it then. It's only relevant. How many beds they have in that region. And that's why we're tracking this epidemic on a county by county city by city manner. Because we really have to know where the search capacity will be needed. Not only where it is. Data coming in from. Italy is really amazing because it shows and correct me. If I'm wrong Dr Burks that the viruses actually twice is deadly for men as it is for women are the cases here in the United States following that trend. Yeah we talked about that too smarting and the briefing and I'm really glad the information is getting out from those press briefings and I really WanNa thank all the ministers of health who had been providing US data from around the world and so we've been watching mortality very carefully we wanNA really understand how to prevent mortality in the United States. We've been tracking and we've talked about. How important prior medical conditions and in Italy again? Most of the individuals who succumb to this disease had three medical can other prior existing medical conditions. So we've been tracking very hard and putting out. Those warnings warnings about age. People really understood but this new data about the male female ratio is really quite striking. And you're absolutely right from age fifty on it. Almost twice as many men are dying as women and so that really makes us really have to look into that and understand that and really just having the knowledge of that helps us in the United States. So we can be very specific and talking to the American people about who to protect and how to protect the really striking indeed. You've also Dr Ray. Some serious concerns about younger people. You're in the United States becoming seriously. Ill a CDC report just out. On five hundred hospitalized patients actually find that nearly forty percent were between the ages of twenty and fifty four. So what are you actually learning about these younger patients? And what's your message to them. Well thank you wolf but you know the day that we say up to age fifty five is younger is addition of twenty twenty twenty. Bet It's if you look at twenty two forty four it's only twenty percent and if you look in that age group unlike twelve percent were in the ICU. And of course the numbers then get so small. And that's why we've been working very hard with Italy and Europe and South Korea to really understand what they saw so that we can send out really important guidance to our physicians and nurses were on the front line and I really WanNa thank the hospitals in Seattle who have also been providing US information about what they're seeing how they're confronting it. That said we know young people can get sick reassuring pieces at least so far only one individual under nineteen has come to this illness and that was in China but those numbers can change particularly of a young person has a preexisting medical condition. And that's why we're saying to everyone we know. A lot of the cases will be mild. But you can't predict who is going to get the severe illness because you don't know when you walk across the street if that person has a preexisting condition and that's why we've really been appealing to the American people to really attack one another and follow the guidelines. The president put out yesterday President Trump said a drug called caloric wine could be made available and he said quote almost immediately. That's what he said to treat corona virus but today doctor Fauci said there's only anecdotal evidence that this could potentially have any effected preventing or treating the virus. How close are you to approving any drug at all? That could treat this virus because we know vaccine is according to the doctor Fauci at least a year a year and a half away. You know. That's a really great question. And you know Dr Foul she and I both were on the front lines of the HIV AIDS response. And I think you know from nineteen eighty one to one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. When we didn't have effective drugs. We tried a lot of things and some of them did help some and so I think it's very reasonable to try particularly an off the shelf drug which chloroquine hydroxy caloric are and if they're available and they were making them available to physicians in the United States. I think it's important to study them. But when you have an epidemic like this within virus that's new you do WanNa try whatever you have. As long as they can't harm the patients and so being very clear about the side effects making sure that the patients fit the profile and giving the physicians the ability to make those decisions for those patients with those patients and really having dialogue so making these drugs available makes it available to physicians to have that dialogue with their patients and provide that as an option. And I think you know they're also Rendez. Severe Studies ongoing. There's also monoclonal. Antibodies plasma for reese's Hyper Immune Globulin. All of these things. We're working on simultaneously. They will all go into trials but if we can make some drugs available early just to make sure that there's an option for people to try them. I think it's really critical really effectively. Treat these corona virus patients that would be enormously important even if we have to wait much longer for an actual vaccine. I know the administration has been working on a way to report the total number of tests being done in public and private labs around the country. Where does that stand? Can you give us an estimate of the total number of tests? That have been already done nationwide. Well you know I'm data triangulate. Or so all I can tell you is I know that. In general positivity rate is between nine and eleven percent and we have I think your latest numbers fifteen sixteen thousand. I'm not I haven't seen the latest numbers go up because I should just so. If if ninety percent or negative you can do the calculation of how many tasks we have done. But you're going to spend the press conference tomorrow talking about our approach to testing and really I just WanNa make it clear you know the pandemic flu preparedness. I really relied on us. Being our first big plan DEMOC being flu or a flu pandemic so we did have testing available for flu. But when you have a completely new virus you have to come up with a brand new test. I think we started on the flu. Platform quickly realized it had to go into a commercial platform and that's why the president called in the manufacturers

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"lombardy" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The lockdown in Italy as officials announced six hundred twenty seven new deaths the largest single day toll anywhere in the world since the corona virus outbreak began correspondent David Cole over reports that Chinese officials in Italy say the lock down there isn't strong enough Chinese coronavirus experts in Italy's Lombardy region warned that the locked him down measures there are not enough they're like maybe two more hot but they say residents in Italy are still moving around casually and that public transportation is still operating instead they recommend people their stay at home supplies of critical protective gear for health care workers are running low across the country correspondent Steve cast a bomb reports that New York governor Cuomo laid down a challenge to manufacturers across the state and the country governor Andrew Cuomo is so desperate to build of supplies that he said to the private sector will pay top dollar for these critical items if you have a quick meeting personnel and you believe that you could manufacture these items they're not complicated a mask is not a complicated item to make APP down is not a complicated item gloves nitrile gloves are not a complicated item if you can make them we will give you funding to do it he also appealed to all close to dental offices in the state to donate whatever masks they have on hand Steve cast about New York Mexico and the US have announced plans to sharply limit travel over there busy shared border as they try to control the spread of the corona virus pandemic health and Human Services secretary Alex these are spoke to reporters at the White House about suspensions of certain people into the country under section three hundred and sixty two of the public health service act the CDC is suspending the entry of certain persons into the United States because of the public health threat that their entry into the United States represents.

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Italy calls in military to enforce coronavirus lockdown as 627 people die in 24 hours

Science Friday

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Italy calls in military to enforce coronavirus lockdown as 627 people die in 24 hours

"Trump says he still doesn't think a national lockdown will be necessary not so in Italy though where officials in the northern region of Lombardi say they plan to deploy the army to enforce a lock down to slow the spread of the virus NPR Sylvia virtually reports Italy's death toll has now topped four thousand a decline in new cases is not expected until the end of next week Lombardy officials say too many people are still on the streets without justification and they want even tighter restrictions in worst hit bad go north east of the land there are so many deaths the government sent the army into pick up coffins piling up and take them to crematoriums in other towns along with Italian volunteers a group of Chinese doctors has arrived in bed Kamal Cuban doctors who work in Africa during the Ebola outbreak are going to the town of Kramer and American doctors from an evangelical association will go to Cremona yet another town in Lombardy so people Juli N. P. R. news

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How Long Does It Stay on Surfaces? How Long Can We Rely On Amazon Delivery?

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

15:59 min | 2 years ago

How Long Does It Stay on Surfaces? How Long Can We Rely On Amazon Delivery?

"From the weekend. Our young ace symptomatic cases the key to spreading the virus. Should we rethink the conventional wisdom around facemasks? How long can the virus stay on surfaces? And how long can we rely on Amazon delivery? As of last night known cases of Corona virus in the United States exceeded thirty five hundred spread across forty nine states prompting the mass cancellation of and the reordering of American public life the CDC is recommending halting gatherings of fifty people or more throughout the US for the next eight weeks if implemented fully that means all sporting events all concerts all conferences. All parades all weddings. Almost everything done for eight weeks. Bars and restaurants are closed in New York City beginning tomorrow. Tuesday at nine. Am takeout and delivery orders? Only New York City schools have closed. Ohio has suggested schools might remain closed in that state for the remainder of the academic year but Ohio Massachusetts and Illinois have gone the France route as well. All bars and restaurants are shutting down statewide quote. Delay means more people will die Ohio governor. Mike DeWine said these states are the first states to take the steps toward Italy toward a complete shutdown of public activities except for food medicine and other essentials it is unlikely they will be the last the CEO of universal music group Lucian Grange. Perhaps the most powerful man in the music business has been hospitalized after testing positive for Cova nineteen apple CEO. Tim Cook and Apple Services. Chief Ed Eq- attended granges sixtieth birthday party. Two weeks ago in shocking news. But I guess we can't be shocked anymore by anything as it's all probably going to close down. Mgm Is Shutting the following Las Vegas Properties beginning March Seventeenth Aria Bellagio excalibur. Look zoar Mandalay Bay. Mgm Grand Mirage New York New York Park Mgm and Videira. So that's basically the entire Vegas Strip. Other companies closing stores or reducing hours Nike Worby Parker all birds urban outfitters Apple Patagonia and Glossy Walmart is partially shutting down twenty four hour locations which will operate six. Am until eleven pm until further notice starbucks is moving to what it is calling to go only model. You can still walk up an order at the starbucks counter or via drive thru or delivery. But you can't stay and sit in the cafe or Patio Areas French luxury company. Lvmh said figuring it's cosmetics division to only produce mass quantities of Hydro Alcoholic Gel in order to give it to French health authorities. More people have now died from the corona virus outside of China than have died inside China since the disease. I emerged airline Cathay. Pacific is adding flights from US cities and London to Hong Kong because since the disease seems to be relatively under control in Hong Kong at the moment some people are seeing Hong Kong as a safe haven and are rushing to travel there a mere seven weeks ago. Hong Kong had implemented travel restrictions because of its proximity to mainland China. Italy reported three hundred sixty eight deaths in a single day yesterday. A twenty five percent increase making this the deadliest twenty four hour period thus far worse than the deadliest day in Wuhan's outbreak. Italy has reported two hundred deaths for each of the last three days. Italy only had its first. Colonel Related Death three weeks ago now. More than eighteen hundred people have died because of overloaded hospitals. The fatality rate and Lamberti is nine percent in the rest of Italy. The fatality rate is five point one percent Spanish health authorities reported two thousand New Corona virus cases in twenty four hours on Sunday bringing the total in the country of Spain to eight thousand cases with two hundred eighty eight deaths as the number of people who have died of the virus more than doubled in twenty four hours as the Spanish death. Toll was up from one hundred thirty six a day earlier. That is an increase of almost one hundred percent. Spain is clearly on. The Italian trajectory is France. Next it certainly seems to be going that way quoting the New York Times. France announced the closing of all non indispensable businesses including restaurants bars and movie theaters after a sharp uptick in corona virus cases. The number of French cases past five thousand four hundred twenty on Sunday with one hundred and twenty seven deaths on Saturday. Three hundred corona virus patients were in critical condition half of them under sixty years of age on Sunday. Francis Transportation Minister said the country would begin reducing plane train and bus services between cities and quote. I'd like to end the segment with some potentially good news from Italy Adrenal Aguzzi. A professor of neuro pathology and Switzerland just north of the troubled Italian region of Lombardy tweeted a chart this weekend that showed that even with the surge in deaths in Italy over the last few days the death rate is deviating ever so slightly from exponential growth. It's early days. But the lockdown might be beginning to work linked to the chart. I'm referencing in the show. Notes and Chen He wa. The European Bureau chief for China Daily tweeted this quote. Just read that Chinese medical team sent to Italy to fight Kovic nineteen comprises mostly experienced doctors from Sichuan Sichuan folks still remember how an Italian rescue team during the devastating. Two Thousand Eight Wenchuan earthquake saved many lives. The world needs more of US helping each other and quote. There has been a lot of justified. I think hand-wringing about the scenes of people going to bars and restaurants even to Disney world. This weekend seemingly unworried about anything that is going on. This is obviously a problem for one. Big reason potential transmission from people who might not know they already have the disease indeed. There is increasing evidence that it is young people people without symptoms that might be the key driver of the spread of Corona Virus. Even more so than we realized quoting. Cnn New Studies in several countries and a large corona virus outbreak in Massachusetts Bring into question reassuring assertions by US officials about the way the novel virus spreads it appears that a Massachusetts Corona virus cluster. With at least eighty two cases was started by people who are not yet showing symptoms and more than a half dozen studies have shown that people without symptoms are causing substantial amounts of infection several experts interviewed by CNN. Said while it's unclear. Exactly what percentage of the transmission in the outbreak is fueled by people who are obviously sick versus those who have no symptoms or very mild symptoms? It is becoming clear that transmission by people who are as symptomatic or mildly symptomatic is responsible for more transmission than previously thought and quote. Indeed scientists seem to be coming to the conclusion that this is what makes corona virus so insidious it can spread far before it even sickens both mergers and SARS tend to be only spread by symptomatic people. But if you get cova did you might have spread it to fifty other people before you even know it. Add to that what we've previously discussed about how scientists suspect that you're more contagious earlier. On in the disease in a study of twenty four passengers who had just flown from Israel seven tested positive for corona virus of which four had no symptoms and the viral load of specimens from a symptomatic patients was higher than from the three patients. Who had symptoms thus the global move toward social distancing? Stay home stay out of large crowds status small crowds. There's a link to chart in the show notes that shows the difference between two towns in Italy. The two are Bergamo and loyalty. Loyalty actually had the first cove in nineteen case reported before Bergamo reported. Its first but Loki. Shut down their town February. Twenty Third Burgum. Oh waited until almost a week later by March thirteenth lucky only had around a thousand cases of corona virus and those case numbers seem to be leveling out while Burgum oh has seen case numbers shoot up to two thousand five hundred and young people. I'm talking to you. Data from South Korea where they test everyone they can is suggesting that. Thirty percent of the carriers in that country where aged twenty to twenty nine. If that's not enough to convince you let me point you to an actual animation. It is literally just balls. Dancing around and environment randomly representing infections over time. Look at what happens to the infection curve when only a quarter of a population continues to circulate and three quarters of a population practice social distancing. The infection rate is significantly slowed and with extensive distancing with seven eighths of a population staying home. The infection curve is stopped almost in its tracks. These are powerful animations but they are only animations only simulations made to educate on a concept. The concept is however. This is joke. If you can stay home let me quote. The last paragraph from the story accompanying the simulation quote in one crucial respect. These simulations are nothing like reality. Unlike simulations cove nineteen can kill though. The fatality rate is not precisely known. It is clear that the elderly members of our community are most at risk from dying from covered. One thousand nine hundred quote if you want this to be more realistic. A scientist was quoted after seeing a preview of the story some of the DOTS should disappear and quote link to the simulation is of course in the show. Notes questions are being raised as to whether or not more of US should be wearing face masks. Even if we're not showing signs of corona virus infection authorities in China already mandate the wearing of masks in all public places whether or not people are sick or healthy quoting from ink stone since late January Chinese authorities and major cities have enforced rules on wearing face masks in public spaces including detaining. Those who tried to use public transport without a mask and quote in South Korea and Japan is also required. That mask be worn by healthy people in crowded places but in much of the rest of the world including here in the US. It's advised that only people displaying symptoms should wear masks as just mentioned the possibility that corona virus can be spread by a symptomatic. People is causing some to argue for more widespread use of masks quoting again from ink stone. A symptomatic transmission has been reported in multiple countries in which a spreader is responsible for sickening others without knowing it in January at cluster. Thirteen infections was believed to have started with a British man who contracted the virus during a trip to Singapore and spread it to others on a skiing trip in the French Alps and back home in the United Kingdom all the while showing no signs of infection himself quote researchers writing in the Lancet suggested that in light of this current national advice may need updating to deal specifically with Ron Virus quoting from the peace. If everyone puts on a mask in public spaces it would help to remove stigmatization that has hitherto discouraged masking of symptomatic patients in many places. Furthermore transmission from asymmetric infected individuals has been documented for Kobe. Nineteen and viral load is particularly high at early disease. Stage masking as a public health intervention would probably intercept the transmission link and prevent these apparently healthy infectious sources and quote. All of that said as of right now. The advice remains to only wear a mask if you are displaying symptoms helping to conserve the mask as a resource masks are in short supply and are needed for medical practitioners. Who them more than the rest of us. In order to safely treat people not get sick themselves and thus stay on the job. A new study has revealed the length of time that Kobe nineteen can remain viable on common surfaces. The study so new that it is yet to be. Peer reviewed found that Corona virus was most stable on plastic and stainless steel with viable virus being detected up to seventy two hours on those surfaces after application it can also remain viable for up to twenty four hours on cardboard and up to four hours on copper. The researchers noted that these decay timings were similar to those found with the two thousand and two two thousand. Three SARS virus suggesting that quote differences in the epidemiology of these viruses likely arise from other factors including high viral loads in the upper respiratory tract and the potential for individuals infected with cove nineteen to shed and transmit the virus while a symptom matic and quote. There are presently two hundred and seventy four surface disinfectants approved by the EPA for use against Kovic Nineteen Link to the list is in the show notes at this point with store shelves increasingly bear. I'm sure a lot of us are continuing to rely on delivery especially Amazon prime delivery to keep ourselves stocked up with everything we need so that we can shelter in place. Avoid going out to stores as much as possible and just generally socially distance well an article and vices motherboard talking about the broader strains to workers in the sorting facilities and also the people who have to deliver our stuff makes the point that maybe our delivery systems are endangered as well quote. Motherboards spoke to Amazon Logistics Labor experts. Who say it's only a matter of time? Before Amazon's prime signature two day delivery promise serious delays mistakes and widespread shortages due to increased demands from consumers also pressure on workers to meet rising production quotas restrictions on trade and the possibility of fulfillment centers being. Shut DOWN AS CORONA VIRUS SPREADS. Amazon's warehouse workers. Say they're already seeing increased workloads while fewer of their colleagues are showing up to work. According Labor organizers already Amazon's white collar workers have been asked to work from home. But that's obviously not an option for warehouse fulfillment workers and delivery drivers quote. It seems really likely that. Amazon's prime delivery system will falter Daniel flaming president of Economic Roundtable and an author of the two thousand nineteen report on Amazon's economic impact on southern California told motherboard. One day deliveries may not be made within one day if the workers who do show up to warehouses are more stress given bigger routes and are possibly less experienced incorrect deliveries will be made. The last mile segment of the delivery is very labor intensive and quote flaming ads. That were likely to see a close parallel of what happens in Amazon warehouses. During the holiday rush increase delays mistakes and bottlenecks. It would seem to me. Most likely that we'll see a drop in reliability and timeliness and quote but more than that the fear here is the same with the health system basically if too many people involved in the Amazon delivery chain are even temporarily sidelined by the disease at the same time. It's possible that even Amazon delivery could go down to say nothing of the potential disruption to the supply chain I e if even Amazon can't source enough goods to

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What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus

Reveal

09:57 min | 2 years ago

What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus

"News covered nineteen what you need to know about coronavirus I'm Lucas Univar now we're going to look at the ways authorities around the world are responding to this pandemic the trump administration's handling of the crisis has been heavily criticized the president has given confusing advice contradicting his own experts and misleading the public about timelines for testing and vaccinations morning edition's Rachel Martin spoke to three of NPR's international correspondents about how other countries are handling the coronavirus Sylvia Julie is in Rome Anthony kun is in Seoul and and Lee Fang is in Beijing Emily I'm gonna start with you because you were covering the crisis in Wuhan from the beginning can you just give us a sense now about what was the trajectory of the Chinese response to this well for the first month after that initial cases of the current affairs sure there wasn't a response there is local cover up in a delay and during that time of about five million people left the virus epicenter in like the spread it to the rest of China but then the country mobilized it did so very quickly imposed very stringent self isolation and quarantine measures and by self isolation I mean people sort of waiting densely populated areas they canceled all public events they shut down factories and offices and by quarantine measures and that the they still sealed off cities and villages completely Anthony how does what and we just say said compared to what's been happening in in South Korea while South Korea got hit right after China and because of south Korea's experience with previous epidemics they decided that rapid mass testing for the virus was going to be the key to their strategy and so they've been testing around fifteen thousand people a day S. three thousand six hundred people per million of population compared to five people per million in the US results also focus on transparency putting out daily statistics and press briefings Sylvia in Italy I mean now Italy is has replaced South Korea as the number two in the world after China when it comes to the the scope of of this pandemic what has been the Italian response drastic curbs on freedom of movement and there's been overwhelming compliance only food shops pharmacies and you stands are open people can go out but if stopped by police they must show kind of affidavit that states the purpose either work grocery shopping health or emergency police are carrying out random checks they face either three months in jail or a fine of two hundred thirty dollars the purposes social distancing keep people apart Italy's following China's lead the Wuhan model so Emily the Wuhan model hasn't worked I mean transmission has decreased there has not yeah and experts pretty much unanimously agreed that's because of social distancing it will destroy your economy as it temporarily has in China but it quickly slows the virus's spread another thing China did was it built these makeshift centers where they sent six people and sending instead of sending them home and researchers in both the US and China have now said this week that that was critical to slowing down the outbreak but this could be a measure that western democracies may be unwilling to take as for quarantine measures though sealing off the ledges and cities that's the jury's still out on the efficacy of of that because quarantines meet harder for medical medical resources to reach heart the hardest hit areas and that's probably why fatality rates in the epicenter in China are nearly four times higher than the rest of the country so Sylvia how have the measures worked in Italy what's the situation right now is there any slowing well nationwide it's too early to say it hasn't hit the peak yet the quarantine that was put in place a few weeks ago in the contagion epicenter in Lombardy eleven pounds fifty thousand people local authorities say it's working the contagion rate has dropped and that's why the quarantine was extended to all of Italy to try to prevent a spread to the south which has much weaker health systems than those of the north which were among the best in Europe but they are severely strained by this crisis now I'm Anthony South Korea chose not to take measures like we've seen in Italy or in China with these dramatic quarantines are lockdowns and yet it seems like the have still been able to to keep the crisis at bay right yeah well okay so numbers have been declining for two weeks in a row and sexualities of been at less than one percent compared to about four percent for China and six percent for Italy and you know doing this without having to log huge regions down is also a kind of effectiveness kind of accuracy was or something specifically about South Korea that made it possible for them to avoid large scale large scale quarantines well it's you know testing capacity is not just about cats it's about investment in basic healthcare infrastructure lab technicians chemicals machines logistics and if any one of those areas has a bottleneck it's going to mess things up and people are going to lose lives and it's just you know at the end of the day it's investment in in a healthcare system hospital beds you know national health insurance and this shows up in survivability for all diseases including covert nineteen and lastly Emily and Sylvia I'd love for you to talk some about how the different political systems in China and Italy have affected the coronavirus responsibly you alluded to this earlier but really how much of China's success in mitigating the spread has to do with the fact that this is this is a country frankly with a long history of human rights abuses it is an authoritarian state we've seen transparency is critical for a fast response that wasn't present in China but because China is a very centralized government one might say authoritarian it was able to mobilize quarantine measures and self social distancing very very quickly the problem is quarantines may have cost more lives than we know but we'll never know the secondary costs of people who are not able to get timely medical care and suffered from it because they were sealed into their villages or cities right and still be obviously Italy is a democracy what is been just the people's response to these kinds of drastic measures the crisis has totally turned the world upside down Italians notorious for cutting into line not very beaten to rules are become the most compliant people I've ever seen in my life and French correspondents based here sent a petition to French president Emmanuel MacColl telling him France underestimates the gravity of the epidemic and failed to prepare French public opinion they say look at Italy it's our duty to tell you there's no time to lose NPR's Sylvia patrolling Anthony kun and Emily Feng talking with rich mark fears about the impact of coronavirus have sparked a financial crisis in the markets Austin Goolsby who chaired president Barack Obama's council of economic advisers says that as the virus spreads American markets might be hit even harder than China's and here's our Shapiro asked him why if you look at the economy of the United States or of the rich countries in Europe they're much more dominated by these face to face services that are exactly the things they get pulled down whether their leisure and entertainment and sports or going to the gym or all sorts of services so if everyone stops doing that that's a bigger hit on the U. S. economy even that it was in China we went when they shut down he also said that virus economics are different from regular economics explain what you mean by that yeah by that I mean the closest thing in our in our collective memories to this moment was a financial crisis right into my house I natural crisis economics and business cycle economics is a little different than the virus in that the main thing that is paralyzing the economy is this year and withdrawal and so in a way the best thing you can do for the economy has nothing to do with the economy with virus economics and that is things like paid leave for people that are sick is actually not stimulus it's paying people not to come to work but anything that slows the rate of spread of the virus is the best kind of stimulus so if we have to get on top of this as a public health matter I think before you can effectively deal with this as an economic except if we do so the rate of the virus in this epidemic continues for weeks or months is there anyway to turn around the financial slide yes and no no in that look if there's going to be a substantial slowdown our goal is and should be allowing us the opportunity to bounce back it as this thing passes over us and that means you can't let everybody go bankrupt or starve or have these persistent lasting problems from what we hope to be a temporary shock and so do you see the crunch that we're experiencing now as an irrational panic or an appropriate response to the cancellation of big economic engines like pro sports like Broadway lever like school like the economic activity that goes on in major cities every day yeah a bit of both as we in fear the withdrawal and have social distancing to try to slow the virus there is going to be a substantial slowdown of economic activity right but I can never get out of my head from the two thousand eight crisis Paul Volcker's words over and over at that time that during a crisis the only asset you have is your credibility and as the U. S. government has not made credible statements that contributes to fear that makes it go down and we've we've got to do better we need the president to

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Coronavirus: Italy extends quarantine measures nationwide

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: Italy extends quarantine measures nationwide

"The number of coronavirus cases has spiked once again in Italy the hardest hit country outside of China the government says nearly eighteen hundred new cases have been confirmed and bringing the total number to more than nine thousand and here so be able Jolie reports the outbreak is mostly in Italy's northern region which is increasingly on lockdown the death toll now stands at four hundred and sixty three junior guard led a welfare commissioner for Lombardy the most affected area said results of the new measures curbing freedom of movement in the quarantine area it will depend on how citizens behave if they continue to pour out into the streets and fill parks he said we'll see a constant increase of virus cases but if people stay home by the end of the week we'll see positive results like those of the first red cell were fifty thousand people were put under quarantine days

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Italy coronavirus lockdown: Country cancels all public events

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Italy coronavirus lockdown: Country cancels all public events

"The latest numbers from Italy say there are fifty eight hundred cases of covert nineteen the illness caused by the crown of ours and two hundred and thirty three people have died you know tell us what the Italian government is saying well you know the the announcement about the quarantine plans came right after that and that use came that if the numbers have spiked by more than twelve hundred and one day it was the biggest daily increasing the outbreak so could there was confusion last night there were reports that finally the the prime minister appeared on television and announced their government has decided to take this very draconian measure on setting up literally accord don sunny chair cutting off an infected area to curb the spread of the disease to try to curb the spread of the disease and you know taking a lead from China this is a how Giuseppe quintet a press conference how what he said last night to set up E. le Vigne kalo defeat that it only there will be a ban for everybody to move in and out of these territories and also within the same territory exceptions will be allowed only for proven professional needs exceptional cases and health issues that's the Italian prime minister there how many people are affected by this lockdown sixteen million people it covers as you said B. lan Italy's economic capital and the entire region of Lombardy parts of Piedmont together that's Italy's industrial heartland there's Venice and then there's parts of the immediate Romagna region where some of Italy's major food production is located as everybody knows parmesan cheese prosciutto and balsamic vinegar they're not just delicacies but important elements of Italy's export economy do we know exactly what this move means you know what are the actual restrictions on people who live and work there what's your son Jim ski resort swimming pools are shut down restaurants and cafes can stay open from six AM to six PM only if they guarantee customer state three feet apart our churches are open funerals and weddings suspended they're also new restrictions on the rest of the country theatres cinemas museums discos and betting parlors are closed on and as Clinton said Italians will have to learn a new way of living one of the first to take steps were to discourage crowds was pope Francis who's got a cold and he gave his Sunday greetings in a video today rather than appear at the window overlooking St Peter's square and just briefly what have you seen from the people there how they're reacting well there was a lot of confusion last night a lot of people got on as soon as they heard the rumors they've got on trains and got out of town this is certainly me lan but you know even to to I think the Italians have reacted pretty well they're not usually the most disciplined people but they've taken this incredibly well in their stride and you know in any case they can't complain that the virus plays favorites yesterday the leader of one of the country's governing parties announced on Facebook that he he has tested

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"lombardy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our main story to sell the Italian government has imposed stringent restrictions on the movement of people in Lombardy and fourteen other central and northern provinces in an attempt to combat the corona virus outbreak now to the world of sports and Andy Barwell Andy hello po Julie need just three more wins some I lost nine matches to win the English premier league football title manager Juergen Klopp said that he didn't want to be compared with the legend bill Shankly at two one six cents yesterday the ball month took Liverpool twenty five points clear and it was that twenty second successive premier league win at Anfield breaking the English top flight record set by Shankly's team back in nineteen seventy two when after losing recent matches in the league Europe at the FAA cap Klopp says that he is restoring his side's confidence we have tried to give the voice for the information what they can do that it's easier for us and it's more difficult for the opponent again and so that's what the boys did second place side Manchester city away to Manchester United at old Trafford in the first act two games in hand in Spain's laliga Lyndall Massey school the only goal of the match from the penalty spot nine minutes from time as Barcelona beat real Sociedad one deal to go to the top of the table ram a trade they are way to rail Betty's today ninety two the corona virus outbreak all of today's Italian Serie a matches postponed from last week we played behind closed doors including the champions Juventus against inter Milan the president of Italy's players union this call for the entire league to be stopped the line up is complete for the semi finals of this season's African champions league and both will be Morocco against Egypt clashes we dot Casablanca play al actually I'm running to Casablanca will face symbolic it said to be the biggest crowd ever for women's cricket match seventy five thousand tickets were sold for the famous MCG in Melbourne to see mac lemmings australe side take on India in the final of the T. twenty World Cup we have a fight in front of a crowd this big before so that's fine we just need to make sure that we deal with that as best we can actually just enjoy it and and small about what way experiencing and you know how lucky we are to be in the position that that we ought to playing this game fronts were looking to make it four wins out of four continue their bid for the grand slam in rugby union's Six Nations championship they have a game away to Scotland today I love the French have lost their last three games at Murrayfield in Edinburgh England move level on points with France's they held on to beat Wales thirty three thirty at England's women it just one win away from a second successive grand slam sixty six seven windows I have a warehouse I do thank you had the ball with the sport it's been more than a month since the tile volcano erupted in the Philippines sending a thick column of ash into the sky thousands of people were evacuated from surrounding areas as seismologists warned there could be more eruptions the authorities have now reduced the alert level and that's prompted some residents to return to their homes to inspect the damage how Johnson sent this report from taal volcano on we're heading across to all lake towards the volcano I could see dust emanating from the main crater some fishermen are also the water today inspecting then that's where with the crews who were heading back to the islands to look at their homes to see what damage is being done by this massive amount of asset has been dumped on this island we disembark the.

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Number of coronavirus cases in Italy soar to more than 5,000

Freakonomics Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Number of coronavirus cases in Italy soar to more than 5,000

"House the total number of coronavirus cases in Italy the hardest hit country outside of Asia surge today by more than one thousand two hundred NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports the outbreak is centered in northern regions where hospitals are under extreme strain civil protection agency chief Angelo Borrelli read out the latest contagion numbers in what has become his daily TV appearance today was the largest daily increase since the epidemic surfaced two weeks ago the total number of deceased now stands at two hundred and thirty three most cases are in the regions of Lombardy vantage any media Romagna health authorities have appealed for help after the number of Lombardy patients in intensive care rose by twenty three percent in one day the government is also expected to approve a draconian measure that would widen the locked M. zone to almost the entire Lombardy

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Tear gas shot by Turkey and Greece over migrants at border

Global News Podcast

02:39 min | 2 years ago

Tear gas shot by Turkey and Greece over migrants at border

"Turkish President Rigid Thai air. The one has ordered his country's Coast Guard to prevent migrants crossing the Aegean to Greek islands. The emergency service said this was because of the dangers they faced. Danny Abraham has more details for over a week Greece and Turkey have been locked in an acrimonious standoff since anchor announced it would no longer prevent migrants crossing to the European Union. Greece fouled not to let the migrants in its coast guard. Boats have forced migrant dinghies back at sea and fired warning shots. Greece's prime minister says Turkey has orchestrated the crisis using the migrants says geopolitical pawns. Turkey accuses Greece of endangering lives and violating its own and international laws on asylum. President de Devens move does not signal an overall change of policy it will perhaps reduce tensions in the Aegean but not along the two countries land border at the crossing near the Greek town of cast. Yes there have been further clashes. Turkish Courses Ponte gas across the border groups of migrants using focuses and ropes tried to cut through. I'll pull down the Y. Offenses some throwing stones. Greek security forces responded with tig as thorough and mortar cannon spring jets colored with Blue Dye among the migrants. Assyrians agree says most of the People. It's arresting come from places including Afghanistan and Pakistan this migrant Hakim whose Moroccan was among those trying to cross the border into Greece. Heavy metal autopilot. We want to solution. We want to go to Europe. We don't want to stay here in Turkey. Turkey was kind to us. Everything here is good. The soldiers the government everything but the Greeks aren't good to us. They're firing tig attacking us. They won't get to Europe Greece's also facing other allegations of abuse on Friday. Turkish media broadcast footage of Migrants. Who say they were beaten and stripped to their underwear by Greek security forces during failed attempts to cross the border the Greek government has been approached for comment meanwhile their records from organizations like the Red Cross and Red Crescent and the human rights group. Amnesty International for the European Union. Do More. These have been echoed in Germany. By the junior coalition partners the Social Democrats they want the country to take in more people from crowded migrant reception camps in Greece leaders of seven states said it was now time to put political calculations aside and take action especially to help children and unaccompanied young people

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Italy may set up new quarantine zone as coronavirus death toll jumps by 50%

The World

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Italy may set up new quarantine zone as coronavirus death toll jumps by 50%

"It's city has reported a fifty percent jump in deaths from the corona virus in the past twenty four hours with the total standing at seventy nine most of the cases and the deaths are enormity Bethany bell reports from Milan the death toll initially is rising and so is the number of people testing positive for the coronavirus Italian health officials say they may set up a new quarantine rents a nearby town and that the mother in law Betty following a rising cases in that region the government has already imposed a lockdown on two areas ten towns in Lombardy southeast of Milan a one invented tower that's affecting around fifty

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"lombardy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KOMO

"The national public health emergency team has determined that the series of matches should not proceed Ireland's rugby body says it hopes to give an update on the possibility of rescheduling the matches in the coming days meanwhile Brazil's confirmed that a sixty one year old man who traveled to Italy this month has Latin America's first confirmed case of the virus he spent two weeks in northern Italy's Lombardy region and a lawyer for Julian the sars argued that the wikileaks founder should not be sent to the United States because the U. K. U. S. treaty bans extradition for political offences I'm Tom rivers at the ABC news foreign desk in London the cost of insulin has increased by five hundred percent in the last ten years in a new bill progressing in the state legislature aims to control those exploding costs come was Kelly Bleier reports last March Republican representative Jacqueline Macomber of Republic got a call that her son was in the hospital that was the first time she learned he had type one diabetes size or emotional reaction to the diagnosis representative may comer also experience sticker shock when she went to Phyllis insulin prescription cost one thousand dollars she immediately started to draw up a bill to cap these costs for family and others this is not a Republican or a Democrat the whole and you can see by the co sponsors mothers little bill was already passed the state house the Senate health committee heard testimony today the bill would cap monthly insulin costs at one hundred dollars Kelly Bleier komo news traffic is Seattle much for crash on southbound five is partially blocking the exit to Spokane street causing a backup approaching the area also in Seattle the south bound by exit to Dearborn street is closed for overnight print work until five tomorrow morning and two lanes in each direction of highway ninety nine in Seattle are closed overnight tonight between Broad Street and one hundred forty fifth street for construction but we open a five tomorrow morning I think so much traffic at.

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"lombardy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on AP News

"Authorities had already said the first lab test the could bid 19 virus had been positive on the man but they wanted to confirm a tree second reading the health ministry had explained that the man had spent 2 weeks in northern Italy's Lombardy region on a work trip but he contracted the contagious virus due to the spread of the virus worldwide Brazil has adopted the preventative measure of broadening its criteria for analysis of suspected cases it did this on Monday the ministry now determines the people with a fever and a flu symptoms returning from Italy and 6 other nations should be considered suspected cases I'm Charles that that's my

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Brazil confirms first coronavirus case in Latin America

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Brazil confirms first coronavirus case in Latin America

"Authorities had already said the first lab test the could bid nineteen virus had been positive on the man but they wanted to confirm a tree second reading the health ministry had explained that the man had spent two weeks in northern Italy's Lombardy region on a work trip but he contracted the contagious virus due to the spread of the virus worldwide Brazil has adopted the preventative measure of broadening its criteria for analysis of suspected cases it did this on Monday the ministry now determines the people with a fever and a flu symptoms returning from Italy and six other nations should be considered suspected cases I'm Charles that that's my

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"lombardy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on KOMO

"S. health officials indicated the corona virus will likely become a global pandemic the major indexes all tumbled at least two and three quarter percent the Dow Jones industrials have dropped more than nineteen hundred points now over the last two sessions after the close toll brothers reported quarterly earnings and revenue that were side analysts estimates the news as toll shares sliding seven and a half percent after hours that's your money now no stopping the spread of the corona virus as three new countries report cases these are your world headlines from ABC news Switzerland Austria and Croatia are now reporting their first confirmed cases each with a person who recently traveled from Italy's Lombardy region or cluster emerged last week the longest serving member of the international Olympic committee estimates there's a three month window to decide the fate of the Tokyo Olympics because of corona virus an IOC spokesperson says preparations continue as planned Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's advancing settlement construction in a contentious open area of the west bank Slovakia's lawmakers have rejected an international treaty on women's rights the estimable convention was adopted by the council of Europe in twenty eleven it effort to fight violence against women and for the first time since nineteen forty four desert locusts have entered Congo parts of East Africa are battling a locust outbreak Brian Clark ABC news curable and save lives that's what gun safety advocates are telling state lawmakers as they support a ban on high capacity magazines the gun rights supporters argue against limits on self defense more from Cuomo's Corwin hake the argument in favor of banning gun magazines that hold fifteen or more rounds is that it would limit the damage mass shooters can inflict that's because limiting magazine capacity size forces a shooter to pause to reload buying precious seconds for victims J. ward of Seattle tells lawmakers he lost his little brother Adam in the two thousand seven mass shooting on the Virginia Tech campus and unexpected argument against the ban says it would harm those most vulnerable to hate crimes this bill will prevent members of the LGBT community from effective self defense sure hinge cliff with a group called pink pistols along with banning high capacity magazines the bill would launch a magazine buyback program funded by a tax on retail sales of precious metals Corwin.

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"lombardy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"lombardy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Things are really improving when it comes to the spread of the corona virus I honestly I'm really beginning to doubt that the Olympic games will take place in Tokyo this summer well there are official reports that you have that is a distinct possibility some say of what could be moved the others are saying yeah it's it's gonna have to be canceled entirely but the offering gland in Virginia he's been saying in this almost back to day one with this all began to unfold he was talking about the quarantine time and why are why are we just holding people for seven or fourteen days yeah these these people need to be quarantined for thirty days and it looks like he may have been correct a Chinese individual who took twenty seven days to show symptoms now sparking fears that the fourteen day quarantine is two weeks too short the seventy year old man was infected with the virus in China's who bay province but did not show symptoms till nearly four weeks later according to the government over the weekend he drove to a province in northwestern who bay from eastern easel where he had close contact with his sister who had been infected on January the twenty fourth now we know this new virus spreads this issue is easily as the common cold unlike its cousins the sars or the the murders virus it is certainly being spread by people who show such mild symptoms that no one can tell now South Korea reporting that new cases in their country more than doubled in one day's time rising to the total of four hundred thirty three on February the twenty second Saturday officials in Italy confirm the first deaths of Europeans yet neither of them had traveled to China adding to the fears the virus could spiral out of control Italian prime minister said his government is maintaining an extremely high level of precaution after forty five people were diagnosed with the virus the Italian authorities placed fifty thousand people in lockdown in ten towns in Lombardy and Veneto telling everyone to stay indoors thirty two bricks and European passengers who were trapped on board the diamond princess I have now been flown back to Britain but yeah this this Chinese individual had contact with his sister January the twenty fourth it didn't show any signs or symptoms for twenty seven days fourteen day quarantine very well may not be doing what the anticipation was and now we want more and more about the impacts on the supply chain it's beginning to have more of an impact all around the globe Hong Kong watchmaker who cannot get coils or wheels New Zealand lobsters released back into the wild a San Diego game studio facing the lady used to its latest fantasy board games the coronavirus has hobbled China's economy and its ricocheting through the world economy and supply change to gauge the impact reporters ask businesses around the world to share some of their experiences okay just a few here others say high end watchmaker yeah William Shyam that specializes in tour billion watches that are designed and assembled in Hong Kong but they source hundreds of special components the hands the dials the glass the straps the buckles they go into each timepiece from factories in mainland China yeah the shutter of production is left his watch company with a pre order a book of around two thousand watches that he can't make every watch I promised to customers had been delayed this is the first time I've ever encountered to supply a supplier rather that cannot supply me on to San Diego we mention fans of renegade game studios are gonna have to wait longer this summer for the latest copies of their fantasy board games this company specializes in games featuring wizards in Viking warriors some even some cuddly kittens but they source them from manufacturers around Shanghai and Shenzen for now two of the three factories that make them are operating a runny less than full capacity as of today he said we're experiencing that got two to six week delay shipping to customers and we're gonna have to push back release dates for new products masks in Mexico dead German auto parts a German auto parts supplier well Bosch tool there's a name we're familiar with Webasto eight of its roughly one thousand employees contracted the virus following the visit of a Chinese colleague for a twenty a training session in January forcing them to shut down operations at the plant for two weeks that closure ended after about a hundred eighty employees were tested and the company hired specialist to disinfect their workplaces in their meeting rooms is he but now they're talking about the two weeks the two week factor may not have been enough yeah hopefully it's not the case will bolt will see employers like this saying we're relieved that no new cases have arisen among our employees however we remain cautious because we still don't know a whole lot about the virus all right they say they've restarted production at most of their locations in China at a limited level it may take until sometime in March before operations are running smoothly again they have twelve locations spread across China two of which are in the bay province gonna like the ground zero Indonesian garment factories being impacted no Malaysian pet stores the high seas new Zealand's government said earlier this month that a hundred fifty to a hundred eighty tons of live rock lobster we're being held in pots and tanks some of C. someone land because Chinese buyers canceled their orders government said they would not allow a limited release of rock lobster back into the wild so some are being held in tanks that means they can be harvested again when the trade disputes or disruptions ultimately get resolved but and they've got more examples there but things just not really going the direction they were hoping going the wrong direction get a quick break we'll get to the acute hearing centers dot com listener lines just ahead on America's trucking network attention all truckers dean Michael the tax 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"Search of coronavirus Lisa Brady fox news health officials in Italy just confirming their cases of more than quadrupled due to an emerging cluster in northern Italy this follows word of hundreds of infections in Chinese prisons and dozens more cases in South Korea well the CDC just holding its latest briefing on US cases boxes Evan brown has this live in Lisa there's a new case of coronavirus this week near Redding California though this is not an evacuated person but the patient did it recently traveled to China the centers for disease control and since there is no need to shut down schools for businesses but they are preparing for that possibility when we will need to implement such measures in the U. S. communities he sees doctor Nancy Messier the U. S. sent a state department is also warning Americans against cruise ship travel in all of Asia in light of the situation aboard diamond princess now docked in Japan Lisa thanks seven president trump calls it a misinformation campaign after reports that he replaced the acting director of national intelligence over a classified briefing to members of Congress about more Alexian interference efforts to multiple sources refuting different elements of reporting outdated essentially says Russians been given a free hand to meddle in the twenty twenty presidential election oxes Gillian Turner at the White House one senior administration official tells fox news president trump has made clear that any efforts were attempts by Russia or any other nation to influence or interfere with our elections or undermine US democracy will not be tolerated and will be met with sharp consequences the White House also insisting the president did not be rates the now former acting dean I chief after learning of last week's briefing Russia again denies meddling as speaker Nancy Pelosi says all members of Congress should condemn reported efforts to dismiss the threat America is listening to boxing reliable dependable there's two you got it your top local stories are on Twin Cities news talk dot com Minnesota news network time Scott Peterson simple teachers and school support staff are planning for a possible strike the educators voted yesterday to authorize a strike against the state's second largest district union leaders say they'll set a strike date next week the vote followed a mediation session Wednesday when the same Paul federation of educators reported no significant movement on the priorities the two sides differ on the establishment of mental health teams increase supports for multi lingual families and pay state lawmakers are taking a closer look at the five hundred million dollar one time spending education plan dear Fellers rolled out earlier this session at a committee meeting Thursday Republican representative Josh Heintzman of miss what question why the funding isn't more long term I think that that should raise a lot of question marks for Minnesotans as they wonder what is happening here in Saint Paul and what the defense priorities are DFL representative Carly could tease a would tune admitted the bill is not the be all and end all and called it a down payment on the state's youngest learners it's hard for me to stomach that my friends across the aisle were questioned the DFL commitment to our youngest Minnesotans and their families when not one of them will sign on to the spell the package of bill aims to close opportunity gaps for students and funds short term learning scholarships activity remains widespread across Minnesota Karen Martin with the department of health believes it's too soon to say whether or not we've seen the seasonal peak transfer the last week can it go up I think we're probably close it peeking black and we probably won't know for a few weeks now to see whether it's gonna level off or you know if it actually can continue to get higher this is Eminem I remember when we found out we were expecting you and we were so surprised you yep but then we heard your heart beat and knew you were going to change our lives hello I'm hearing call her skew the director of polling for press America we know the conversations about right to life of become very heated even angry we stay away from that political fray we're not political totally educational we don't screamer school instead we.

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