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"marian mclean" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The guidance there next slide you know I talked about this is the last flight to specific circumstances where there are perhaps some additional variations if you are in what I labeled as a high touch area like chiropractic physical therapy maybe massage therapy things like that the expectation of wearing gloves by the person directly manipulating the patient single use for that patient discarded between patients and still doing hand sanitization like washing with soap and water between patients and hand sanitizer we will continue to work on that and we may perhaps have special guidance to give to that community in the interest of clarity the second special area is areas where you aerosolized secretions that's the most prominent way for spreading the coronavirus in dentistry was one of the ones that clearly came up I will say I have received today a very well thought out proposal from the Kentucky dental association and a number of other partners so I just don't have time to list everybody this is a very thoughtful proposal and we will use this and coming up with a more detailed requirements or rules I will tell you for those of you who are seeking to resume dental practice oral surgery orthodontics things of that nature I suspect right after this press conference these people are going to post this document because I just said it's very well done you should use this as a starting place to guide your preparations I remember I said this already just because you can open tomorrow doesn't mean you should unless you are able to comply with all the requirements in here so I would encourage you to look at this document I think those who put it together and use this as a way to try to guide which are preparing for I want to thank everybody in the governor we're gonna work through this and like he says we'll get through this together I also continue to ask for and thank you for your patience and your tolerance this is obviously a very complicated undertaking in though history could tell us we had to shut things down to keep people safe history is not a very good guide for rebooting a modern day healthcare system that has been shut down in a way it's never been just as Dr Stephen stacking commissioner of Arkansas police department for public health talking about the first phase of re opening for health care in Kentucky which starts tomorrow is another day you know your stacks as up to date on the coronavirus here is that he went on to have faced any openings you have to meet the guidelines and it doesn't matter if if somebody else in your industry can meet them and you can if you can't meet the guidelines you can't reopen like I mentioned the other day that I got a question that says well it says to re open we have to have PPP and if I can't get it can I still re open the answers now I mean this is the challenge in a worldwide health pandemic that to do these things the private sector is going to have to be able to meet higher standards to make sure that we can do this safely again it's a contagious deadly disease where the mortality rate is significantly higher than the flu and for those that that out there that I've been saying that the flu's about point one percent and while we don't have all the data will eventually want to establish it right now in the United States at least four four cases that we know of a covert nineties about five point six percent so a huge difference now Kentucky is below that rate we want to get a lot further below it he also said something that is transparent and is candid which is what we've tried to be the entire time none of us have ever dealt with something like this none of us have ever dealt with a hundred years pandemic like the the like the Spanish flu and while history shows us when we look at all those graphs of Philadelphia versus St Louis you don't need to pull them up that what is so important it is number one they they you cut contacts and and you shut things down for a period of time the number two that you have to have the right timing to reopen them none of us have ever had to re open an economy during a worldwide pandemic before and so we're gonna do the best we can and sometimes some of our decisions are going to even be fully consistent with others now we're trying to deal with a whole lot of specific industry some of which we we won't even know that well of what we're trying to do is to do it safely and so what we're going to have is a lot of dialogue with folks out there who were gonna do the absolute best we can but it's always going to come down took to public safety and so again I've never done this before hello governor alive has ever done this before but I'm gonna make the very best decisions I can treating your family like they're my family understanding and I hope you understand how much I care about each and every person in this Commonwealth we're gonna do this in a gradual measured way again we don't have to be the fastest I mean the fastest as the Canary in the coal mine and we're happy to watch what happens there ours is to do it the smartest and to make sure that we're protecting our citizens also I just wanna show you again a mask now this is one of the masks were gonna be handing out in loyalty and in Lexington it's actually created buyer folks in the correction system and after doctor stack got to look at these is actually pretty impressed with with what they are for everybody out there over the next week you probably ought to get a cloth mask of some type as we are able to do more and re open more it increases the number of contacts that people are going to have and so there are the requirements and and the suggestions on masks are just going to increase as we are able to do more than what we see in in some other countries when they've been able to start opening it up is is it's really important you know when we're all healthy at home we didn't talk about masks as much because if you're limiting those contacts we want to create kind of an excuse to where you might feel more comfortable doing it but if we have more people going back to work or being and congregate settings it's going to become more and more and more important so again tomorrow we'll talk about phases and dates on other parts of healthcare and I'm gonna talk specifically about the the win I I see phase one and and a little bit of what we hope will be in there again it's gonna be a fluid situation all right our numbers today again all in all are are are better than what we see in in in some days now our total number of new cases is is certainly higher than yesterday but a lot lower than when we had the three hundred and twenty something so we have two hundred to two zero two new cases of the corona virus now we have those two hundred and two with expanded testing but it tells you that it is still out there and it's still spreading but all in all I still believe that we have plateaued in this number conforms with with that conclusion when we remove duplicates and and otherwise alright our numbers which we do every day our total official state number for cases is four thousand seventy four four zero seven four give we expected this and and more cases remember there a symptomatic people out there but as we increase our testing we are going to see more cases and it's going to help us to respond better our total number of people tested is at least forty eight thousand four hundred seventy four number of people ever hospitalized at least one thousand two hundred seventy four currently hospitalized three hundred eight ever in the I. C. U. six hundred eight number of people currently in the ICU a hundred and sixty six that's up a couple from the last couple days so again let's remember every day we need to think about pray for and send our our best wishes to those folks that are fighting for their health number of people recovered one thousand five hundred eleven and you know what I was in the video again this is one of those that is special and if I can I'm gonna give you a little bit of extra details on it because in this one we have it so this video when it comes up is Sheila Thorne Sperry a covert nineteen patient who was discharged from Baptist health Lexington last night the fifty year old physician assistant had been admitted on April second and I apologize they put your it was a plane relative this year urging people to get a cloth mask because it says re opening hearts of Kentucky's Connelly well of course actually increased contacts between people the numbers today better than other days according to the governor two hundred and two new cases of coronavirus he believes they have plateaued four thousand seventy four total cases in the state of Kentucky important to note as a governor usually does that fifteen hundred people one thousand five hundred and eleven people have recovered from the coronavirus hundred and sixty six people are in the I see you right now across Kentucky Dr Stephen stacked the commissioner of the Kentucky department of public health saying that tomorrow begins the first phase for healthcare re opening in the afternoon tomorrow there will be more details on how to do this safely buddy saying starting tomorrow non urgent non emergent all diagnostic services can resume doesn't include elective surgery not tomorrow chiropractic today practices medical offices optometrists included tomorrow so parts of the economy in Kentucky are re opening in fact the governor pointed out that tomorrow's the first day that they are re opening some areas of the state instead of adding restrictions because of the corona virus so that is definitely very encouraging and is good news from the governor so let's go back to his news conference right now like a lighting are on seven hundred WLW schools of business let's make sure that we ring bells tomorrow at ten AM these are three Kentuckians we've lost and we we need to make sure that we are showing that color of compassion and that we are there for those families that can't be together in the same way during this so our our guest tonight are in eighty eight eight year old female from Adair county an eighty eight year old female from Jackson County and another eighty eight year old from Adair as as well so again they are more than than ages and and locations other people that we are going to to mess new cases by county starts tonight with Warren County with thirty five new cases it's one of the reasons after judge Buchanan asked us that we opened up this week an extra day and that we've committed to an extra full week in Warren County other being hit by a lot of new cases now we want to be there for them to Bowling Green to Warren County into the entire community we care about you we're with you we're gonna help you get through this and we're gonna get through it together enough twenty eight additional in Jefferson nineteen in Grayson county fourteen a Muhlenberg eleven Boone ten Hopkins not in the crack in seven Davis we're gonna be there on Tuesday through Thursday testing six in Campbell five in graves foreign Floyd and Marshall three in Adair Callaway in Fayette two in Ballard Butler Edmundson Jackson Kenton Madison and Nelson and one in Anderson Breckenridge Cumberland Franklin Fulton harden Henry Jessamine Johnson lecture Marian McLean made men row Oldham pike Pulaski Scott Simpson Todd Trimble Webster and Whitley with foreign confirmed again what that tells us is it is everywhere I'm sorry I was doing that really fast but it is everywhere and while we could put up a map there might be nine calories maybe were eight counties laughter that you would see as not having a case there is a case there so as we move forward as we try to make wise decisions to to to ease restrictions at a time where this pandemic is still very dangerous I understand that there we've got to make them as a state or if we get to a point regionally and not a county by county basis that we want to include all those voices out there of our local leaders and others race and ethnicity the update today is of all cases seventy five point four four percent white thirteen point five three percent black or African American six percent Asian four point eight seven percent multiracial and the ethnicity is ninety one and a half percent non Hispanic and eight and a half percent Hispanic of deaths of where we know the the deaths which is eighty five percent of all cases eighty percent white sixteen point eight five percent black or African American one point six nine percent Asian one point one two percent multiracial and where it comes down to ethnicity it's basically ninety nine percent non Hispanic and one percent Hispanic I really quickly going over a couple areas that we try to update on each and every night first of all let's go to Green River correctional complex the first time in many days it's the same that.
"marian mclean" Discussed on Cults
"Have you checked out my new show not guilty yet? If you haven't you should give it a listen, it examines controversial criminal cases and tries to determine why solid evidence doesn't always lead to a conviction. It's the perfect podcast. If you love true crime stories with huge twists and turns search for an subscribe to not guilty on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and please don't forget to rate and review. Due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of material that some people may find -fensive we advise extreme caution for listeners under thirteen. Nineteen sixty six somewhere in the Yucatan of fallen disciple meditates as he awaits penance for reasons known only to the goddess he's been cast out of the process. He knew this moment would come. The goddess has a history of brutally casting aside her favorites. He's still as stone deep in a trance as bugs crawl over him. He stays like this for three days and two nights until two women approach but goddess wants him back. But when the women take him before the goddess she says his vigil wasn't enough. He begs for mercy. The goddess smirk says fellow disciples taunt him desperate the disciple promises to flog himself. If only the goddess will take him back. She finally agrees all his strength goes into every blow the blood runs from his back yet. He doesn't feel the pain. He's in a state of rapture after his re-acceptance. He tells the others of the euphoria he felt in his flocking. They asked tomorrow his rope excitedly beating themselves until they felt the same. Hi, I'm Greg Paulson. And I'm Vanessa Richardson, and this is cults on the park cast network. Every Tuesday, we look at a cult practices their leader and their followers today. We're taking a deep dive into the lives of Marian McLean and Robert Moore Grimsson to exile tala GIS tes who founded the process church of the final judgement at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help we also now have merchandise had Duparc cast dot com slash merch. For more information. You can listen to previous episodes of cults as well as all of par casts. Other shows wherever you listen to podcasts. A new episode comes out every. Tuesday. Maryanne and Robert de Grimsson founded the process church of the final judgement in London during the nineteen sixties. The degrom sins met has members of the church of Scientology after they were excommunicated the couple married and started a splinter group. Members of the process church were infamous for their hooded black cloaks and self published magazines which attracted both celebrity and controversy there. Most famous doctrine to love Christ. And Satan equally branded the cult as worshipping this belief system the Tory. Sleaze linked the process church to the Manson family murders. The son of Sam killings and dog sacrifices the process church finally dissolved in nineteen seventy four when the Grimsson split. But perhaps most surprisingly after several reinventions the process church still exists today as the best friends animal society, a no kill shelter based. Canabis utah. This week will focus on the lives of the degrom stans their marriage, and the influences that led to the creation of the process church of the final judgement in partout will focus on the cult's association with satanic rituals abuse child neglect, the Grimsson divorce and the end of the process church in his auto biography. Robert Sylvester more later known as Robert de Grimsson recalled a near running with his future wife Mariane MacLean it happened around midnight on a London road back in nineteen sixty more wanted to cross the street to get to a nearby park. He found a pedestrian crossing and confidently stepped off the curb as the law gave pedestrians the right of way. He didn't remember how far he'd gotten across the street when he casually glanced up and saw car speeding right towards him. More realized the driver had no intention of stopping he had seconds. Spare the car was so close that more could see the woman behind the wheel. He called her quote, young handsome, angry with red hair. I jumped backwards she drove past without turning her head, and quote, he didn't know it at the time, but the angry red head was Marianne McLean, though, they wouldn't formally meet each other until a few years later more said that this incident perfectly encapsulated her he compared to a thunderstorm, a heatwave and a blizzard all in one like hostile weather. She was incredibly difficult to define but we will do our best. Marianne McLean was born out of wedlock on November. Twentieth. Nineteen thirty one in Glasgow. Scotland at the time Glasgow was a poverty stricken cesspit of crime and