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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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03:38 min | Last month

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Sandwich shop on Sports Arena Boulevard. Reports from the scene indicate the suspect is armed with a knife and held two employees hostage but has since left them go. People told police they didn't see the suspect in a car that he just walked in. He now remains alone in that shop. Sports arena is closed at Rose Trance. My Can cop will have your traffic coming up shortly. Maryland Haider Kogo News Oh little scary afternoon foursome neighbors in the area near Palomar College. Gin. San Marco's fire crews have now stopped the forward right of spread about 40 acre brush fire that broke out around one o'clock this afternoon and forced evacuation warnings, but there were no reports of any structural damage or reports of any injuries, they said Marcos fire chief telling Koco news the fire may have started in a homeless and Kemp mint. Santa Ana winds and these near record temperatures for this time of year increased the fire danger across San Diego through the early part of next week. Now Alex started with the National Weather Service telling Coke it is the first round of the strongest winds will be tonight. Santa Ana winds will increase and we're also gonna have a period Saturday night. I do think, though the strongest winds will be Monday, probably Monday night into Tuesday. Overall, very dry air is the theme and the increasing winds make for even higher fire danger. Temperatures expected to be in the low eighties at the coast tomorrow, the low nineties inland, we'll have the full forecast just ahead. President elect Joe Biden is pushing for nearly $2 trillion covert rescue plan when his administration takes over next week. He's speaking tonight and Jared Helper, it has more President elect Joe Biden is unveiling the American rescue plan. A $1.9 trillion proposal focused on a national vaccination program. Small business relief in direct payments to Americans. Stimulus checks with total $1400 per person. Other provisions would enhance unemployment, child care and health care benefits. President elect Biden has set a goal of reopening a majority of K through eight schools in his 1st 100 days in office, proposing $130 billion in that effort to improve until ization, hire janitors and implement other mitigation measures. Jarrett Albert Fox News, one of San Diego's major healthcare providers, wasting no time getting vaccinations for 65 older people who are now able to be the first in line along with the first group vaccinations for those 65 older now the California's okayed it now underway with UC San Diego, the first health care provider would announce the program. U C. San Diego says they're starting with 500 people a day if their facilities expanding into phase one B tier, one of the state's vaccination plan less than 24 hours after the governor announced that California residents 65 older, we're now eligible to receive Corona virus vaccines. UCSD is initially giving priority to those who are also at risk for severe infection or have underlying medical conditions. Eligible patients are receiving a direct invitation through their healthcare providers and to avoid overwhelming the system are asking people to wait to receive the invitation. Jack Cronin Cuckoo News The United Nations Today Warning of the world is working too slowly to combat climate change. Researchers for the U. N. Say last year's natural disasters where some of the worst on record and they believe this is just the start of what's to come. They say many countries need to work faster than allocate more resource is to counter act the climate crisis on Wall Street, the Dow today lost 68 points. It's 404. Let's check out those freeways now with Coco's real time traffic. Here's my Ken, Come. Thank you. Cliff, starting off with the standoff situation in the midway District from the awful San Diego 100 dealers Traffic center. Was Sports Arena Boulevard closed at Rosecrans.

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:31 min | 3 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Covert 19 dot see a doctor of Maryland Haider KOGO news. Former President Jimmy Carr is joining three other former presidents and urging all Americans to take the covert vaccine when it's available. Carter is 96. He says he and the former first lady are in full support of the vaccine efforts, and they're encouraging everyone who's eligible to take the vaccine. Carter's comments came yesterday after former president Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton announced they would take the vaccine on TV to promote its acceptance. President Trump reportedly thinking about firing Attorney General Bill Bar. Trump is said to be irate about Barr's comments in an interview this week to bunking claims about widespread voter fraud and the presidential election. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany has refused to say whether bar still has a president's confidence. Trump released a roughly 45 minute video statement this week and continue to push the unfounded allegations about whites. Fred Voter Fraud President Joe Biden is set to take office on January 20th By Michael Kastner. Mayor elect Todd Gloria has vowed Teofilo and funding to keep a homeless shelter at the San Diego Convention Center into next year. Gloria who will be sworn in as new mayor on December, 10th, which is how many days away about six days. Yeah, did not provide any details about the funding source or say how far into 2021 the shelter might remain open Operation Shelter to home launched in April to keep the Corona virus from sweeping through the homeless. Community program has connected about 1100 homeless people with housing since the launch, now out of the 9300 covert tests performed at the convention center, get this Only 27 were positive. That's amazing. 9300. We're gonna be talking to talk Gloria Monday at 8 30 also so tune in all right. The annual celebration in San Diego being reimagined due to the pandemic December nights. Well, tonight it is the taste. Of December nights. It kicks off this morning at 11. It's been held in Balboa Park for the last four decades. Once under the auspices of Christmas on the Prato. This year's event is a drive thru event and will feature an assortment of San Diego's most popular food vendors. The taste of December nights being held Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the inspiration point parking lot. We'll get more details because we talked to the organizer's at 6 40 this morning. Still standing a bit. Amanda Aston locker Do Elton John admits that during this period he was on a lot of substances. No, really,.

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Those public safety power shut offs last night and early this morning. Reduce the wildfire risk amid the red flag morning, Brian D'Agostino as to Jeannie. Meteorologist says some of the Santa Ana winds of the strongest they've seen in more than 10 years. I've been now working here in Southern California for over a decade, and this is certainly top three in terms of strength of the wind that we've seen across our region and a Santa Ana. We have a metal net of over 200 weather stations over 30 of those set the highest wind that they've measured in over 10 years. And while some power has been restored to some of the residents in the inland areas, some 60,000 people still without power at this point, Ah Wind River to fire and Rancho San Diego last night burned 30 acres, so there were some homes that are not the same. Caliphate are Captain Thomas Shoots tells Coco News When the fire started last night, it raced up a hill, destroying one home and damaging six others on the same street Wind River drive, He says they don't always have air support at night, but last night they did very fortunate to have had a good city. Custer's two and three come out in the system. You know, they caught the right window where it was just stable enough to where they could get the drop in without being completely blown out by the wind, but doesn't extra risk for the pilots. They have to get lowered to make those drops effective at one time. 200 homes were threatened. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Maryland Haider Kogo news and now the latest on the Stay at Home Order announced today by Governor Newsome said Eagle County and the rest of Southern California's facing a new stay at home order are regionally based, one that could begin any day. Now The governor's saying it will go into effect for at least three weeks. If and when is when they expected to indeed happen. Hospital ICUs fall below 15% of capacity Fundamentally predicated on the need to stop gathering.

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Los Angeles - California boat captain indicted in fire that killed 34

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00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles - California boat captain indicted in fire that killed 34

"Against the captain of the scuba diving boat that caught fire and sank. Off the coast of Santa Barbara last year. Captain Jerry Boylan has been indicted on federal manslaughter charges for the deaths of 34 people who were trapped below deck when the boat caught fire overnight. Boylan and four other crew members escaped. Boylan was charged Pacific Lee for misconduct, negligence and inattention by failing to train his crew conduct fire drills and having a roving night watchman on the conception when fire broke out September 2nd of last year. Federal safety investigators faulted the owners of the vessel for a lack of oversight. But they weren't charged with any crime and the exact cause of the fire hasn't been determined. Maryland Haider KOGO News of the Los Angeles County

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Or go to. Kobe. Com Keyword Virus. Maryland Haider Kogo News. Second, we heard from sharp Healthcare president CEO Chris Howard. So they're seeing 4.5 times as many people in their hospitals with covert 19 the last two months, the ICU says here is a message he'd like to give for the community. The last couple months left a bowl of days of the year. We're facing a tough, tough road and so my message to Our community would be We need your help. And we need your help in a way that we have needed your help all along, but we really need a call to action now. We need people to wear a mask. Any time around public. I mean, if you're in a restaurant, and you're through table followed public health orders If Mr Take your mask fine, But when you're out in about please wear that mask. I know it's a pain. I know it's You're tired, But as I said, you're nowhere nearer is tired of wearing that mask as those of our caregivers are of caring for these patients and Frankly saying no end in sight. So please wear mask maintain 16 of social distancing do you want We're letting our guard down or finding ways to be around other people. It's just not safe. Especially at a time when we have Mork overhead and this community now than we have had the entire time in which this viruses existed in San Diego County, and now is the time When we don't need to be congregating, and especially without a mask, so 23 Wash your hands. You think it doesn't make a difference? It does take hand sanitizer with you to your meals. If you eat out outdoors safely or wherever you are outdoors and use that sanitizer. It's not as good as washing your hands but use it. And if you don't have to go out A home. We may be facing a statewide order in short order that take that choice away from us, but until then protect yourself and that's really my my plead to the to the citizens in our communities. Protect yourself..

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"As well. Biden says he will publicly released all of his tests for covered 19 CDC says the Corona virus can be spread through the air and renowned scientists say the agency still needs to clarify because the guidance on aerosol transmission It's still not clear. Some San Diego scientists and those around the country have written a letter, which is now published in science, saying they feel the public is misguided On aerosols spread. Professor Lindsay Mar from Virginia, Texas. Don't get hung up on 6 FT. The virus, Khun Travel Further, an airborne transmission happens by inhalation of virus that's in the air. And this is happening even more frequently when people are close to each other, And so the term close contact is a somewhat may be misleading because it suggests that transmission is happening by contact or buy cars, droplets landing on you, but really in these close situations, there's short range airborne transmission that is probably dominant. The scientists say. You should always wear a mask indoors when you're with people. You don't live with. Maryland Haider Kogo news The head of a riverside megachurch has covered 19 After attending a ceremony at the White House last month. Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship says he tested positive and is in quarantine. Hey was at that ceremony in the Rose Garden, where the president formally announced the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Many local college students are just fed up with paying full price for virtual learning more than $100 students have expressed interest in bringing a class action lawsuit against the universe. D over the price of tuition as classes have.

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Do their work. They're going to stand down. They have to stand down, everybody. They have to set. Whatever group you're talking about. Law enforcement do the work. Now. Antifa is a real problem because the problem is on the left and fight and refuses to talk about it. He refuses to issue the words, law and order. You saw that last night when he choked up. He can't say the words because he'll lose the rest of the left. So he's got to condemn Antifa and Thief is a very bad group president. He's always denounced white supremacist groups in any form and asked about them again today, a motorcycle rider was clocked going 181 miles an hour in San Diego's been arrested by the highway. Patrol CHP announcing the arrest of 32 year old San Diego resident Scott Minor, saying it was also involved in street racing incidence and run from several law enforcement agencies across and your county on numerous occasions is being charged with felony of 80 reckless driving speed contest being my driver. They moral story is that we want this service of reminder that CHP has your opponent who drive recklessly engage is raising or evade the police. CHP Officer Salvador Castro sent you go child care provider is holding a news conference today, saying they're in crisis and help from the state more than 5000. Childcare providers have closed their doors since the pandemic began, with 200 closing in the last week alone, and they're facing a pay cut due to the lack of federal funding. Dividers air coming together today to sound the alarm on the childcare crisis and are calling on Governor Newsome and state leaders to help them keep the doors open. Without immediate action from the state. Child care providers will see pay cuts beginning tomorrow when the state stops reimbursing them for families who have to keep their Children at home. Maryland Haider Kogo news the market, sir. Today the Dow off 328 points the NASDAQ Up 70 60 S and P 500 up by 20 for Let's check in on your real time traffic across San Diego. Time is 102. If you think we're just four wheels and a grill, think again. Jeep Grand Cherokee redefines freedom. What really makes cheap. It's finding the perfect balance between.

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:51 min | 5 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"From mobile devices. AKI Spaces algorithm predicts occupancy up to 95% accuracy at libraries, gyms and other high traffic locations. Dut says the technology allows the university did identify spaces where staff might need to perform walk throughs to ensure physical distancing. Dan Noone KOGO News. The two police officers shot in Louisville, Kentucky, last night are recovering one shot in the hip, the other shots in the stomach. They are recovering after the protests. The death of Briana Taylor here in San Diego. Police say there were 10 people arrested last night during protests police headquarters downtown here. Seven were arrested for failing to leave. After the unlawful assembly was announced. A 10 1 person was arrested for trying to steal the American and state flag. One was arrested for stealing a phone from another person, and one person was arrested for reckless driving. Maryland Haider Kogo news investigation underway in Orange County after a deputy involved shooting an investigation is underway after deputies with the Orange County Sheriff's Department homeless outreach team shot and killed a black man outside of San Clemente Hotel. Authorities say there was a physical altercation with the suspect and claimed surveillance video shows him reaching for a deputy's gun. It began when officers confronted the man they described as homeless for jaywalking. He tries to walk past the officers and asked, they stop touching him. A witness tells the Orange County Register that the man had his hands up before being tackled to the ground where he was shot twice while down CSD disputes if he was raising his hands to surrender. Zachary Barnes Kogo News in Washington President Trump in the first lady paying respects to the late Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had the president's announcement. Two o'clock Pacific time Saturday carry for you Live here on Kogo. The president's looming Supreme Court announcement. The White House expecting Whoever the president picks to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who is lying in repose there in front of the Supreme Court will not attract any Democratic votes. So the chief of staff Mark Meadows, saying earlier today if the Democrats aren't going to vote in any way, shape or form for the nominee, why not shorten the whole process? If it's going to be a partisan event? I applaud them and saying that they're not going to meet, go ahead and cast the no vote. But maybe, perhaps let's move it a little bit faster as it is, this whole thing is going to be moving at breakneck speed there talking on Captain The hell about getting signal Hill visits going Tuesday of next week's hearings may be beginning on October the 12th of the vote the last week of October. That would be the week of the 26th. It's John Roberts in Washington. Coming up, we will get to the Santiago Padres here an outdoor event They have planned to celebrates the postseason and focus on Children as you trying navigate the pandemic. That's next. Kogo news time is 6 37. Cho goes a longtime money man. George Chamberlain spent his life helping people in the community help us honor his memory by recognizing others who do the same goto kogo dot com Keyword Chamberlain nominated person or organization.

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"From their homes do the wildfires and evacuation centers are also dealing with public health concerns because of the pandemic. Historic wildfires are raging across northern California and evacuation centers are facing added complications from the cove in 19 pandemic. Red Cross executive director Noridian Zia Dean off says the process has been unconventional. Now we have what we call a temporary evacuation point. We will screen the clients to make sure we identify the needs and congregates sheltering all the social distancing regulations are in place, and if we decide to go with an all Congress shelter, we want to make sure that you know hotels somewhat else do follow the social guidelines as well. Volunteers are also having to adjust. How they comfort victims way have to do now is to make sure we are the best listener as possible, even though we're not providing physical hugs were their emotional We were listening. We're caring. We're providing mental health assistance. Sandiego counties. Corona virus numbers continue to fall with the county on target to allow schools to reopen as of next Tuesday, the Daily case rate remains well below 100 per 100,000 people. There were 267 new cases reported Tuesday. 5% of the test given the 14 Day rolling average of positive test is 3.6% and remember, Keep it here. The governor will be speaking today at noon aboutthe wildfires and the virus and you can hear that right here on Kogo. We're going to use time 705 federal government's approved money for unemployment benefits here in California. The funding for the Lost Wages assistance program means unemployed Californians will be receiving an additional $300 in benefits. The funds will date back to August. 1st in a timeline on receiving the money should be released this week. This comes as the agency is not answering 60% of the calls and has a backlog of more than one million claims. The director wants to have 3700 people working its call center by January compared to 350 working before the pandemic. Director Sharon Hilliard says the state is getting 6.7 million calls a week. Maryland HAIDER Kogo New Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, is touting President Trump's actions against China in China. He's pulled back. The curtain.

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Put the current real estate supply demand in perspective, We would have to build 2.5 million additional housing units in the U. S to close the housing gap by the end of the year that straight from Freddie Mac that just as a guest on PL mix this morning after a really good producer price index number Dow Jones up 345 points at 1 28,035 SNP, up 17 and 33 77. That's check down silently 9 10,044 and coming up in 8 50 Does the payroll tax deferral really mean anything at all for your wall, and I'll tell you all about it? Can't wait to hear the answer to that are silly. Thank you very much. Kogo News time is 8 25 Maryland hider with today's Corona virus Update. Ah lot of people working from home now have back neck or arm pain because they don't have nice office chairs. Researchers say to take a break every 30 minutes. Walking around a couple of minutes and other option is to switch between a sitting and standing desk. But AH lot of people don't have that luxury at home. Laptops should only be used for a short time, not for eight or nine hours a day. The researchers say. Many people have chairs the wrong height or their monitors are too high or too low. The study is in the journal Ergonomics in Design, Sandy Eagle Unified School District is distributing 10,000 digital thermometers to five different schools so parents will be equipped to take kids temperatures. They were donated to the district by kin's asso. Families can monitor illness in their households during the closure and beyond. A drug used for alcoholism is being looked at to treat Cove in 19 the drug thyself. Aram is a common treatment for alcoholism due to its ability to produce a number of unpleasant effects. After drinking from headaches to nausea to sweating, it works by essentially causing an immediate hangover. Or researchers in Moscow, say the study reveals this drug with another drug, have a special ability to lock on and possibly deactivate the virus. For more, go to co dot com. Keyword VIRUS. Maryland Haider Kogo New Congratulations to Judy Palmore of San Diego. Judi won herself a Padre swag bag. And now has her name entered into the grand prize drawing. For a cut out to be placed behind either home plate to the dugout at Petco Park for the Padres game against the Mariners. Tuesday, August 25th. Congratulations, Judy. And thank you so much for listening. Extreme.

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And now amid Kobe nineteens disproportionate impact on older men. Researchers are trying to piece together why Dr Nir Barzilai is the author of age later. One thing that we should keep in mind is aging. The weight is now doesn't have to happen. Aging headed biology and this biology very flexible. And you actually cantar ditty, you Khun! Target and delay ageing. You can start aging in certain way we can even reverse aging and doesn't have to be the way it is and this transit from hope to promise to realizing the promise is when coveted. Right. And now we have death many of the in the older people. So when you're over the age of 80 year 200 times more likely to die than you're over the age of 20 and then how is that related to sex? The difference between men and women? Well, it's related in the sense that women in most of the world leaves about 23 years longer than man. This is really quite substantial, You know, Even if we cure hard disease today, life expectancy, the kid increased by less than two years, so having best different is really quite huge. They're so women have this inside ability to age slower and that's why for the same age, they seem to be more resistance. To the severity ofthe covered 19 and disease covered 19. Why do women age slower? This is a really interesting question that we got a late start. In other words. Unfortunately, we haven't looked at sex specific things until quite recently. We always used to look at it old male and it took many years to realize that there's a big difference, and it's not related. Onley, as you might think for sex ceremony, not because minister doctrine that kills them and and women have estrogen that protect them. Certainly helpful, but nothing major modulator and white happens. We're still trying to figure it out. And so when you're looking at aging and trying to prevent ageing, how will be different between men and women when in particular important because we've been testing drugs? This can target staging and again. Bye bye. Targeted Biology of aging. What you do. You don't delay one of these to these diseases. You delay all age related diseases, even mortality, and we have a special way that the form for us to death. Drug. This can extend life then, and one of the interesting thing is that most of them have sex specific effect, they would work. Either in females and males. It's some overlap, and some are doing almost equal. But even the drugs were having our specific so I think that for aging will it's personalized medicine on the honor on the level of effect we have to know with sex in order to actually get the right drugs. Our drugs being designed specifically to defy aging? Yes. You know, we a Gerald Science. That's what we called. We call ourselves. The science of all these very new, but it's really very successful. Waited a lot and and the discovery that we've done way call the whole marks of aging. They're about eight hallmark of aging. Now they might be changing. They might be uniting but Homer activating in order to have a home to be a hallmark of aging. Scientists have shown that if they turned the knob, the hallmark they can change health then and life, then And it's really interesting because those homos are also interconnected so you can actually turn one knob. And influence the other two. So get the unfairly that there is the biology. We kind of formed into Hallmark, which give the target Where which we could use in order to really make progress and stop aging the way T in terms of being hallmarks of health, he says. Exercise and diet could influence your health significantly. His book Age later. Maryland Haider Kogo news. News Radio 600 kogo..

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Says the Senate's newly released proposal slashing emergency unemployment income to $200 a week. Will cause more people to struggle during the pandemic. We need more not fewer resource is the Heroes Act, which would have extended the $600 weekly benefits was passed in the U. S House of Representatives two months ago. But some Senate Republicans are worried the extended benefits could be a disincentive for some to return to work. Congressman Mike Thompson says more than 3.6 million Californians air depending on the benefits to get by too many people in my district Are dependent on these benefits, and we need to get them extended. Senate Republicans unveiled their Corona virus aid package, the Heels Act on Monday. Negotiations are ongoing between the House and Senate. A San Diego Assemblywoman says employees should be notified when someone at their workplaces tested positive for covert 19. Local union president Todd Walter says the bill proposed by Democratic Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez or protected grocery workers he represents. The reason we're asking for this is that we have work sites were employers are hiding behind Hippo, which I understand, but they don't want to report work sites where we have infections. You have employees working in whether it's retail or medical They hear through the rumor mill that there was an infection, and they're all wondering whether or not they were. A B 6 85 requires employers to tell workers of someone is positive whether someone has been ordered to isolate our quarantine or if there is a death and that it be reported to Cal OSHA and the State Health Department. Maryland Haider Kogo News the Corona virus Taskforce, warning states about an uptick in positivity rates in the testing mic power has Mohr Taskforce coordinator, Dr Deborah Berke said there are encouraging signs across the South but outlined new areas of concern in a private phone call the state and local officials Wednesday, Burke said on the call. We're concerned with Baltimore in Atlanta remaining in very high levels, along with Kansas City, Portland, Omaha, and of course, what we've talked about in the Central Valley of California, she added. Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia move back into the Yellow states status. Their work needs to continue to intensify to continue to bring down those counts. Burke said. Los Angeles may have seen improvements, but there's significant movement of the Iris up California's Central Valley. Mike Bauer, NBC News radio commemorations in Hiroshima 75 years after the U. S launched the world's first nuclear bomb attack, Simon Owen reports smoked. Oh, In.

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"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:22 min | 7 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Youse. We've seen some stabilization in most parts of the state, not in every part of the state's Central Valley. Being the obvious area of concern and hospitalizations is encouraging. The I. C U numbers have gone down by 5%. The positive test rates just gone from 7% down a 7% statewide and for San Diego County was at 5% here this afternoon. The positive test rated mean seven of the last 10 days. Have seen the positive test rate below the rolling two week average, which is now 5.3%. Hospitalizations were also going down. The metric that send you in the state Watch list is also heading in the right direction. 118 cases per 100,000 above the trigger in California, 100 doctor Wilma Wooten says that there's more work needs to be done over the next few weeks. But the numbers are going in the right direction. We would have to see for a period of 14 days, 240 cases or less and have no way of predicting when those numbers will get Get to the point of left in 240 cases. We have had a couple of days over the past week where the total number of cases are in the 200 so we want to see that continued down with projection. Local trigger of community outbreaks had four new ones announced today. There were 39 in the last week about the local trigger of seven in seven days. And so when it comes to enforcement, the sheriff's problem says it's always been about educating the public when it comes to the health orders. Some concerns were raised when it was announced. The San Diego County Sheriff's Department wrote zero citations for Cove in 19 violations in July. Despite a surgeon cases, But his viral videos of violence over mask orders surges well under sheriff Mike Burnett says they're trying to avoid these instances using education is not just about educating what the orders say It's about educating the importance of them because even this late into the game well, I think everybody knows the rules about wearing facial coverings and about Gatherings of people outside your family. Not everyone understands why, But if someone does refused to comply, deputies will back off and write the case up and submit it for prosecution And as the court's open up prosecutions will ensue. Zachary Barnes Kogo news. The president says he wants Congress to something when it comes to keeping people from being evicted Evictions, which is a big deal, the evictions they wantto evict. A lot of people are going to be evicted. But I'm going to stop it because I'll do it myself. If I have to. I have a lot of powers with respect to executive orders, and we're looking at that very seriously. Right down. Negotiations continue in Congress in the future of Corona virus relief. White House trade advisor Peter Navarro giving an update on the status of negotiations with Democrats on the next round of relief to Americans hit hard by the Corona virus pandemic. What he'd love to see right now and immediately is some progress on enhanced employment benefit. Well, it's eviction. While the negotiations take place, the administration is considering a number of options that might be available without congressional legislative action. However, the administration cannot unilaterally extend that unemployment aid as the power of the purse resides with Congress. It's John Decker evacuation orders remain in place for the Apple fire. More than 26,000 acres burned 5% contained. Cal Fire investigators determined Caused by a driver with car trouble on Friday afternoon, and there are firefighters from San Diego were on their way to help Cal fire spokesman Thomas Shoot Saysthe San Diego region sent 15 engines to the Cherry Valley area just north of the town of Beaumont, where the fire broke out Friday with over 1200 firefighters here. It requires resources from all over. So we have a hulk of partners down in San Diego, who have also been able to send resource is, it says those engines include five smaller ones that are able to get into tighter areas. The fire is burning away from more populated areas, but rugged terrain has made it difficult to fight the flames from the ground, he says. SAN Diego fire crews are well staffed if a fire should break out here. Joshua Lipton Kogo News can't afford supervisors We asked tomorrow but healthcare for inmates in the hands of the county and out of the hands of private companies, supervisor Nathan Fletcher says. Right now, the county handles some of the care along with 26 private companies. Sheriff solve that problem by privatizing everything. We seek to solve that problem by expanding and integrated role of charity workers, and, in particular having health and human services take the lead on health care as health care should be administered by folks who charged it is to provide the sheriff in a letter to Fletcher says his department is following all recommendations from the commission on Correctional Health Care and says the Board of Supervisors has no say on how the sheriff runs the jails. Maryland Haider Kogo news things relatively peaceful during a protest in La Mesa on Saturday, with law enforcement using different tactics. First, there was a huge police presence, officers fencing off access to the police station and even allowed protesters to stage their event near the Civic Center. No one allowed in could enter hearing any item that would incite a riot let, Mesa police lieutenant Greg Grundy told Kogo News. They had their eyes not only on the protesters, but counter protesters. There were some physical and verbal altercation that occurred between some individuals as a whole, You know, the group that was marching continued on to Their location and held a peaceful speaking and prayer event. One arrested this time not like last may know buildings burned, no vandalism or looting Phil Farar. Kogo news. We've heard from the state here tonight. We're from the county coming up next. The positive results. Kogo news time is 6 37 Well, there's a lot of confusion when it comes to the reliability of tests for the Corona virus antibodies. But Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says the nautical tests are the same. Really. There's two main and about it I g n I. G antibodies developed most patients within 7 to 10 days after symptoms began and I G m, which is the first anybody produced when the immune system kicks in their drawing for your arm? That's that's a good sign If they're doing finger sticks, really look at that crosswise because that's where there's instability issues. And then you want to know. Are they doing G or GM antibodies, and some labs will say, Hey, we're running an anybody test but which antibodies So you have to educate yourself and understand. There are absolutely reliable antibody tests right now for Cove it This is sneezy..

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Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:31 min | 7 months ago

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"Maryland Haider Kogo News. Well, we just got some horrible news. Jobless claims rose for the second straight week, his economic activity slows down and now for the bad news previously, our GDP the report card of our economy had never shrunk by more than 10% in any quarter since the government began keeping track shortly after World War two. Well, we just had our economy shrinking a record 32.9% annual pace in the second quarter. And that really underscores just how big a hole were in economically. So what does this all mean for you and your finances? Well, I mentioned last week that the Fed most assuredly wouldn't raise interest rates for years. That's exactly what happened this morning. The Fed actually set it and they're going to keep interest rates at 0.25% or lower until we recovered. Keep in mind, however, that this is the short term interest rate. It doesn't affect the 30 year Treasury that mortgages track, but it does mean that savings accounts are gonna drop in. That's not some very good news. You're going to go from a 1.7% yield from last year to probably less than 0.2. That's going to put some big pressure on Congress to get more stimulus in the hands of Americans. And, more importantly, American businesses. Ah, big question. I've been getting the emails. Are we looking at the D word? In other words, a depression? It's pretty unlikely all the economic metrics employment, interest inflation trade. They were all intact and literally on a positive bullet train before what I call a re precious that were and started happening. But having said that, with such a depressed business environment to the Cova, 19 and whether that's political or economic We could go into a recession. 2.0, we could also go into repression to point out. Hopefully, we're gonna hang on here. As economy opens up, We'll get jobs again. Start spending money in the economy starts chugging along with your money News. I'm Sully Kogo news and following a long term patent licensing agreement with its Chinese competitor Wall way Qualcomm shares are on the rise. The locally based wireless provider stock shot up mohr than 10% in after hours trading Wednesday, Qualcomm's CEO says as five G continues to roll out their turning the technical challenges of five See into leadership opportunities and commercial winds. Wall ways expected to be a major merchant of five G phones and network equipment despite being under U. S government scrutiny over security concerns Qualcomm predicts to take in $1.8 billion from Wall Way in a settlement of a patent lawsuits similar to the one with Apple that concluded last year. Zachary Barnes Kogo News Coming up here at the bottom of the hour. We'll check in on the Corona virus numbers today from San Diego County, and a lawsuit filed against the state of California looking to reopen some sectors. Plus that made our school's continues all that coming up here. Bottom of the hour news radio 600 kogo Big money with the progressive Home and auto bundle, So I finally.

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Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:02 min | 7 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Now 27 year old Jaylen flare is in jail with no bail on several charges of sex crimes with minors involving three victims, The sheriff's Department says when they became aware of the incident flare was immediately placed on administrative leave and removed a peace officer Authority Flare was assigned to the downtown jail and is in custody in the Vista Jail. Maryland Haider Kogo news A dispute among San Diego County supervisor is heating up over plans to use safe reopening enforcement teams to check businesses. Supervisor Nathan Fletcher says the teams will go out to investigate egregious violators to ensure compliance. But supervisor Kristen Gaspar told AM seven sixties Mark Larson, She has a better idea. What I think needs to happen. Supervisor Fletcher needs to get out. He needs to put his mask on. He needs to visit these businesses. You are doing everything they can to become solvent. They're so paranoid. They're going to be shut down there doing everything possible to stay open. And it's really sad to keep hearing this message beating people over the head that what you're doing isn't good enough. Gaspar says Only a handful of local businesses have been found to be not complying with the covert related to public health. Eater's club. Albert Kogo News. A survey of San Diego parent shows a majority approve of school staying closed this fall, according to a recent San Diego Union Tribune 10 news poll, 58% of parents agree with the governor's order that schools in certain counties remain closed until they're off the state's watch list. Parents had mixed reactions when it comes to actual teaching in the fall. 33% of parents want distance learning only 31% 1 a hybrid model. 20% don't want schools to open it all and 10% are for in person. Teaching on LY California, allocating more than $5 billion to buy computers, tablets and other resource is for students. With many school starting the year online. Many California students don't have a laptop or Internet connectivity. Intel spokesperson Greg Dish, a maker tells the tells US thesis ply chain has also been disrupted. A lot of that supply chain worldwide has also been hindered over the course of this pandemic. Right when we think about the limitations where employees Khun go in and actually be manufacturing these devices at the same rate That they would have in the past. San Diego Unified has already distributed more than 50,000 laptops, two students and says all but 2% have Internet access. President Trump says It's not the right time for a mass gathering in Florida, so he's cancelled. The Jacksonville, part of next month's Republican National Convention president says he made the decision because of the Corona virus flare up in Florida setting the example is very important. It's hard for us to say we're gonna have a lot of people packed in a room and then other people shouldn't do it. Trump confirms he'll still do an acceptance speech, but in a different form. Some Senate Republicans not happy with what they're hearing about a proposed $1 trillion Corona virus relief bill. Lawmakers spent about three trillion in the early phases of pandemic, and some have concerns about ballooning debt. Mike Emanuel has reaction from both sides of the aisle. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is taking aim. Add friction on the Republican side. They have been so divided, so disorganized so unprepared. That they have struggled to even draft a partisan proposal within their own conference. They can't come together. Republican leaders would like to pass a $1 trillion package, including $105 billion to help schools reopen. $15 billion for daycare centers and 16 billion in new money to enhance Corona virus testing. Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott is worried about a bailout for states that were already struggling with debt. We're gonna be a lot AH, friend keeps the problems made nearly three decades ago. Now everybody's rich. Lisa Brady has more. It's the kind of thing good.

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Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Anchor funding dot net. And Sully. What is the reality of more stimulus money soon? Maybe it's probably it's probably slim and none and slim just left town. Really because it seems like Congress has been what you said. You said soon. Oh, let me ask you something. This is I actually wanted to ask you to serve your but you guys were well on the radio. Here's the Here's the deal. If do you think that there should be an income cutoff? For the next round of stimulus checks. No remember last time, Okay, they said, selfishly. Actually, it's this. You know, there's this income cutoff, but income from last year does not indicate that you are working right now. Not on ly that depending on where you live in this country. Is a huge factor in determining whether you could use this this income. Okay, So so this is interesting because I agree with you as well, because, remember, they had the It's so interesting, so I talked about it every single day. I can't remember the cut off for the incumbent, but I think it was up to $75,000. And then you started getting less and less and less. Republicans want an annual income cutoff of $40,000 in the next round of stimulus. Democrats do not. They don't think 40,000 For a stimulus check income cap for a simple check is is appropriate. So that's what this is coming down, too. There's a lot of points Democrats Republicans disagree on when it comes to what should be included. But the fact that we're getting them there they see your point. But yes, we are going to get another round of stimulus checks. The difference is Steve Treasury Secretary Venusians concerned about just how much money we're spending and he should, because there's only a couple outcomes when you just print this much money and give it away. Part of it's hyper inflation. You just saw the consumer price index last week go up. That is an early indicator of of inflation. Prices are going up because you got so much dollars in the market place. That's just what happens in the free market economy. President Trump's onboard with a second round of stimulus checks Democrats want a three have passed the $3 trillion his package known as the Heroes Act. It calls for another round of 1200 bucks but up to 6000 per household. So maybe it's time for you guys to be roomies and also the author of the Dog Because between 30 thank you and the 30 cats on a significant investment. This cheese was count is a deductible item. I just want to know if it should be when I wanted my moments. I'm 90% sure that one of her cast is named Triscuit coming up at 8 50 Why you might want to consider ditching your 401 k plan. I'll tell you all about that coming up. All right. So we thank you very much. Kogo News time. 8 25 Maryland hider with today's Corona Virus Update. CDC says the number of actual Corona virus infections is probably far higher by 2 to 13 times then reported cases. The higher estimate is based on the study on antibodies, which indicates who has had the virus in the past. The samples were collected in 10 regions around the country during routine screening, such as cholesterol tests in two rounds early spring, and several weeks later, another study says. Most people get infected at home. Findings that of South Korea, published by the CDC show. Just two out of 100 affected people had caught the virus from non household contacts, while one in 10 had contracted the disease from their own families and state health Secretary Dr Mark Gala used an example from the CDC of two frontline workers who were positive and had symptoms and wore masks at work, but not at home. A couple of frontline workers working with 130 different patrons and their patrons were massive. Times And as this Midwestern state looked at many dozens of those who were exposed, they didn't find a single case of covert 19 those same two workers When they went home, they took up their mass. They interacted with their families and four of their family members became Cove in 19. For more, go to coco dot com. Keyword VIRUS. Maryland Haider Kogo News. Alex Trebek has revealed which celebrity he would choose to replace him on jeopardy. He responded to the question during an interview with Good Morning America, saying he would want Betty White to take his place. Brilliant if he ever stepped away, Trebek joked. They want somebody younger, somebody funnier. The jeopardy host is currently battling stage for pancreatic cancer, So he's got a good sense to you over there. Well, you could soon have a tiny home somewhere near you will explain why a wee home we are we, little fella. Plus your traffic in your weather. Kogo NEWS time. 8 27 Enjoy IHOP spotter. No pancakes and comfort food. You've.

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Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"maryland haider kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Numbers of Corona virus from Jack Cronin, the Kogo newsroom positive test rate just for today has dropped to 4% 3rd time this month, there were fewer than 400 cases, in fact, the lowest number in two weeks. For the daily number of cases. The rolling 14 day average of the positive test rated still 5.8%. The county is above the trigger of the local level of seven, a rolling seven day period for community outbreaks there 14 the last week and they're still 149 cases per 100,000 that keeps San Diego in the state Watch list. Nine more deaths have also been announced 487 for the outbreak is also trying to reach a hard hit population. Locally, the county is intensifying its outreach efforts to Latinos because they're carrying a bigger burden of covert 19 compared to other groups. County health officials are ramping up education outreach efforts to help address systemic barriers that are contributing to Latinos being more severely impacted by the virus. The county has launched a new radio TV online and signage campaign. Describing protective measures and community resource is Maryland Haider Kogo News President Trump telling Americans to wear masks in public, he says. The Pandemic will get worse before it gets better, he says. The administration and stopping at nothing to slow the spread when you can use the mask. If you're close to each other. If you're in a group, I would put it on when I'm in a group. If I'm in an elevator, and there are other people with me, including like security people, it's not. Therefore they have to be in the elevator. I want to protect them. Also, I put on a mask president also pledging Get a vaccine out to people process, he says is coming along very well, right Jack from except they come to 7 30 connected staying forum. San Diego's breaking Said station whose radio 600 Kodo Karen and Jack brought to you by Valley View Casino and Hotel thinks.

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Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:18 min | 8 months ago

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"Deputies warming up all the way through the weekend from the ABC 10 years been point weather team I'm Jennifer Dela Cruz, 70 degrees downtown San Diego. Kogo news time is 6 31 Coronavirus cases have been up in the county the last 2.5 weeks. Now the hospitalizations are rising public health officer doctor Wilmut, saying hospitalizations were up since June 21st the start of the current surge. The daily record 38 people sent to the hospital today. I cannot emphasize enough that the pandemic is not over and exemplified by are increasing. Number of cases and the virus is still in our community. It is still widespread and the increased number of cases show this fact. So whatever Age group you fall in or wherever you are throughout the county, it is vital that we remember that our actions have power and can save lives. Positive test rate for the virus in the county 3% today. It's down from the 10% daily number yesterday, rolling two week average still under 6% But that's more than double the rate. The middle of June, According to a San Diego scientists. The Corona virus appears to have mutated. Dr. Eric Coleman Sapphire is a professor at the Loya Institute for Immunology. She's been studying Cove in 19 and says it has mutated. She says. It's making more copies of itself and it appears to be more fit and could be spreading more easily. Or it might mean that a person is more likely to be symptomatic that a symptom AC Those are the studies that are being now done being done now to see if it's more transmissible from one face to another face of. It's more likely to make People sick, she says. About 90 different vaccine efforts are currently underway, and she's encouraged. At least one of them will be successful. Ted Garcia Togo News Sandy account is already on the state Watch list. Three more counties across California, where ad for a total of 26 now Nappa, San Benito and YOLO were added to the list of counties and we need to roll back re opening. Closing bars, indoor dining museums, another indoor industries, Although there've been some strides and testing, the governor said, there will be some changes in the near future. I'll talk about our next generation on testing and how we're going to be much more strategic. Much more dynamic and are testing much smarter. There. I say peril in terms of who we're targeting terms of testing and how deep were going in testing people on a more consistent basis. The testing changes could be announced as early as Friday. Newsome express concern, with Kobe, 19 hospitalizations, increasing by 44% over the last two weeks. Dave Lewis. KOGO News Vice President Mike Pence during President Trump and calling for schools to reopen this fall. The briefing here today the vice president's saying she'll be helping being back in the classroom only because the education because the mental health and other services way want to put their totality of their health and their well being forward. And that all tells us that tells the president tells this task force means we need to get our kids back to school locally send you unified looking for more funding after the president threatened to withhold federal dollars from districts that do not open. You have no power to do that. Richard Barrera is the board vice president of the San Diego Unified School District. Speaking with AM seven sixties, Mark Larsen, Barrera says, all that's in the way of students. Getting back to school is the federal government. We're all doing our job, and we need the federal government to step up and take this issue seriously. They do then we could be looking at getting our kids back on campus, which we all know they need need. Thio. Barrera says it's imperative to get the Corona virus under control having enough so that we can oddly test people in our society and identify a small percentage of people who are carrying the virus be able to trace of contact. And get everybody back to their lives. Barrera says The district needs $55 million from the feds to operate the next school year safely. Dan Noone KOGO news universities, challenging ice policies that say foreign students from colleges that don't have in person classes this fall can stay on their visas. A 1,000,000 foreign students attend US universities. After granting exemptions for spring and summer ice will now enforce a mandate that requires them to attend in person classes. The ice rule's been on the books because of fraud. Many foreign nationals who couldn't enter the US legally got student visas from online colleges, then worked under the table. This morning, Harvard and M. I T sued the administration, calling the rules impossible, expensive and dangerous. To send students home or force them into class during a pandemic. It's William Lajeunesse. There was a virtual candlelight vigil held today to honor seniors and their caregivers. The candlelight vigil entitled Remember Me, Honored parents, grand parents and great grand parents who have died of covert 19 acknowledging that global loss of senior lives and by agreeing we will not let this event repeated self out services will not be relegated to anonymity. Or for gotten. Our seniors must be elevated. We must champion their course We must be their voice. The CEO of state policy your services. Cheryl Wilson is also a board member of the global aging network through which agencies around the world took part of the vigil. Caregivers were also honored for during the pandemic, especially Giving up their own personal lives to take care of seniors. Maryland Haider Kogo News Fall upon story happened yesterday morning. Oklahoma police say there is no indication that racism played a role in an incident involving an interracial couple looking for a firework display on July 4th. This man was there and tells reporting partner 10 news that neighbors were upset with driver speeding down Lee McCord. People were yelled out of all races that night. Just it was preventing people from being jerks, not anything to do with their race. The couple, William and Alana say they were told to leave the neighborhood in someone threw a lit cigarette into their vehicle. Williams says the alleged cigarette tosser, then took a swing at him. But this witness says William swung first. Threw him to the ground and then kicked him in the chest. Police say the investigation is ongoing. And no arrests have been made. Zachary Barnes Coco News of Next We'll hear from standing bear Kevin Faulkner after the order yesterday to help out restaurants the mayor on the way next Kogo News time is 6 37 Wanna put a grand.

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