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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have the latest cove in numbers in Massachusetts. Department, Public Health reporting 2500 and 67 new cases of coronavirus in the Commonwealth on just over 55,000 new tests conducted. There were 45 newly confirmed deaths in the Commonwealth Today. The seven day average positivity raped Stands at 5.94% with two months until ST Patrick's Day to South Boston parades of being canceled again this year because of coronavirus. The South Boston Allied Veterans Council says crowd restrictions because of the pandemic leading to this year's cancelation. Residents had a dead um, assisted living in memory care facility are on the move. Raising money while staying fit. At the same time. It's called the fitness frenzy and exercise fundraiser to get residents at the Linden and dead him up and out of their rooms and moving while benefiting the dead. Um food, pantry, family and friends and the general public can make donations or sponsor one of the residents on their month long fitness journey, according to Heather Pain of the Lyndon having the residents walk and recording the Miles they're walking. We're doing a relay race with the staff were trying to do some Winter Olympics with any I'm not getting them going instead of just sitting in their rooms, especially during the pandemic 85 year old Joan Man Crusoe has about 10 sponsors who donate money for every mile. She walks around the building with her walker. Everybody benefits from it, and we exercise is a cool million trees. They get money and everybody's happy. Kevin Thomas Close WBZ Boston's news radio, Right there, raising money, you might like to win some money. How about $850 Million? It's up for grabs tonight of the mega millions drawing. It's the third largest prize in American lottery history. The mega millions has been one since mid September. Don't worry if you don't win tonight, you can always win the Powerball tomorrow. A paltry $730 million Five whole weight. We head off to Wall Street where people make money the old fashioned way. They trade stocks and all that stuff, Andrew Oh, day. Good day today. I was waiting for your John Houseman impersonation in Senate Committee testimony. Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen expresses support for hire pandemic relief spending on Wall Street jumped now up 116 NASDAQ Up 199. S and P 500 up 31 2020 was a year like no other and a myriad of ways, And one of those ways was Wall Street records at the start of the year records at the end Spectacular collapse in between. On the market's way down and on its way back up. Goldman Sachs is training business kept making money helping the Big Wall Street firm posted strongest earnings in a decade last quarter. Also helping was its underwriting of several high profile initial stock offerings. But sometimes Wall Street just want s'more. Goldman stock finished lower and rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio one in the kitchen. No matter how many smart devices you having rules, you can tell them all to play WBC news radio on I heart reading the attic where I hide sometimes so you'll always be in the know investors like appreciation with high cash flow. The Federal Reserve is boosting real estate markets now with super low long term.

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:27 min | 4 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Roles. D C fire transported multiple victims of those incidents, including four critical stabbing victims on the weather watching the nation's Heartland Snow's gonna fall at a decent clip overnight into Sunday, Even Oklahoma City should pick up around 2 to 3 inches of snow. CBS News forecasted Jeff Bar or Delhi that Snow Storm is going to be moving east hitting the mid Atlantic and the Northeast and mid week this is CBS News, Traffic and Weather Together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It is 203 right now, and it's been a night of crashes. We do have a crash right now. Route 93 North found at route 1 38 that's in the Canton Milton stretch and watch out for it, not causing a big delay. But it's there. Even tougher in the fogs have to see traveling North bound on route 95 in Canton. We're still dealing with the effects of a crash just beyond the concept Street still have about a mile back up to that stretch. Room three is doing pretty well right now Traveling out to the West. We do have a little bit of a snag on the mass pike heading westbound just after Route 95 that's in the Newton Western stretch traveling on the route to heading eastbound. We do have a work crew continuing by route 70 that's in the town of Surely they'll be there throughout the overnight watch. For deed torch, You'll have to get off that roadway and back on the least of that situation westbound on route to and little in a disabled tractor trailer truck, continuing to cause a delay about three quarters of a mile right now up to the north. Otherwise, we're in pretty good shape. Still just a short snag with a compromised vehicle important route 95 heading south bound. Just that's in the just before Scotland wrote Parable in closer to downtown are in pretty good shape. Expressway North bound on South bound in and out of the Tip. O'Neill Tunnel all is well. Mass. Pike East. Found approaching the credential tunnel, Elaine restriction and the delay with some overnight work there. Oh, for maybe another hour or two and traveling and getting onto that that roadway westbound from massive back Bay Area can't do it. That ramp is closed. Holidays are the perfect time to rock pearls. 100%, California grown black, ripe olives picked at the peak of freshness, Burrows olives, gives your meals and snack and extra burst of flavor. Quality you can trust. Look for the sunny yellow package at your local stop and shop. It is 47 degrees in Boston. It's cloudy, rainy and foggy. I'm Jack Hart WBZ traffic on the freeze. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Body early this morning with areas of fog and drizzle is temperatures slowly rise through the forties, becoming breezy and quite mild. Later on today as classical witticism sunshine High 58 Increasingly cloudy tonight Low 35 cloudy, colder and becoming breezy Monday with little rain and wet snow a times on the cape Precipitation will be primarily rein in that rain could be heavy for a time high 39 blustery and code on Tuesday, Despite plenty of sunshine High, 35 watches the potential for a major winter storm that could bring accumulating snow Wednesday night into Thursday. I thank you, Weather meteorologist called Erickson WBZ. Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening. The Massachusetts Department Public health is out with the latest cove in 19 data 4968 new cases reported on Saturday With the seven day positivity rate at 5.6% 47 new deaths also reported bringing the confirmed death toll from covert 19 here in Massachusetts to 11,000 and 57. There's hope at the end of one of the deadliest week since the pandemic.

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Or drop out to help their families put food on the table. You can help change their futures in a single moment. See how far your support can go with unbound on organ 47 degrees in Boston under a cloudy, rainy sky. I'm Jack Hart WBZ traffic on the threes. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. The early this morning with areas of fog and drizzle is temperatures a slowly rise through the forties, becoming breezy and quite mild. Later on today as classical witticism sunshine High 58 Increasingly cloudy tonight Low 35 cloudy, colder and becoming breezy Monday with little rain and wet snow of times on the Cape Precipitation will be primarily rein in that rain could be heavy for a time high 39 blustery and code on Tuesday, despite plenty of sunshine High 35 watches the potential for a major winter storm that could bring accumulating snow Wednesday night into Thursday. Thank you. Weather meteorologist called Eriksson did BBC Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening. The Massachusetts Department Public health is out with the latest covert 19 data 4968 new cases reported on Saturday With the seven day positivity rate at 5.6% 47 new deaths also reported, bringing the confirmed death toll from covert 19 here in Massachusetts to 11,000 and 57. There's hope at the end of one of the deadliest week since the pandemic began. 3300 people died Friday from covert 19 as the national death toll surpasses 200. 95,000 B C's Faith Mu Bai has more.

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A Toyota calm. Good evening. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. President elect Joe Biden, telling a roundtable of health officials today he wants to get a covert relief bill done. NBC's Andy Field has more from Washington, Joe Biden telling health care professionals. He hopes Senate Republicans are blocking covert relief to their cities for only one reason because of their fear of retribution from the president. Hopefully, when he's gone, there'll be more willing to do what they know should be done. President Trump says he won't bail out what he calls Democrats, states and cities that can pay first responders because of the pandemic. Andy FIELD, ABC NEWS Washington Cases of covert have been climbing across the country, the latest numbers out from the Massachusetts Department public Health There were 2700 and 44 newly reported cases in Massachusetts today on just over 97,000 new tests. 47 newly reported deaths in Massachusetts 885 confirmed covert patients in the hospital here. Some Massachusetts schools will be coming back from Thanksgiving to a new testing regime. The details from WBC's Karen Regal. Speaking at the Statehouse, Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley, says 134, Massachusetts schools will be offering the Abbott by next now test which came to the Commonwealth via the federal government by testing students and teachers and getting results within minutes. We will be able to identify infected individuals and their coach, close contacts more quickly and to help stop the spread. Has become increasingly clear that this virus is going to be with us for a while. Even though the news is promising, incredibly optimistic about the vaccines, it is unlikely that it will be ready to be administered to Children during this academic year. This is not a diagnostic test, but rather a preliminary one. Reporting from the Statehouse. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. There are two calling vaccines on the board the FDA could give either it's emergency use authorization, Health and human services Secretary Alex Cesar on the distribution timeline if those vaccines do get approved of December We expect to have about 40 million doses of these two vaccines available for distribution pending FDA authorization enough to vaccinate about 20 million of our most vulnerable Americans. Meantime, the Fizer vaccine team's preparing for mass production. ABC is Jim Ryan says the only real side effect seems to be fatigue. The testing of the new vaccine was conducted on adults and senior citizens. Dr Ashish Joshi, the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, says. To do drug will be used on Children as well. Testing Anything on kids is always tricky, ethically, and you gotta be extra careful about what? We're gonna want to vaccinate kids because we know kids can spread the infection. Certainly to each other and all their kids can spread it to adult. The Fizer beyond Tech partnership that created and tested, the vaccine is ready to start mass production once it has the green light from regulators. Generally in ABC News, 5 33 traffic and weather together. Thies Subaru retailers of the England all wheel drive traffic on the threes What he's seeing now. Mike Layout problems up to the North here, Ben. No surprise, right. It's the upper end of 93. Let's check in with the mob free insurance copter. That this all started as a police chase that was happening on 93 south and down through the Wilmington stretch. They're all off to the right now. They are stopped right before 1, 29 and Wilmington, Foreign State police cruisers along with the vehicle they were chasing. Obviously, the flashing lights is a big curiosity thing, and it's got the South downside of 93 backed up beyond Concord Street. North found folks could see this too, and you're backed up toward commerce Way. Christian Act on the Barbary Insurance copter elsewhere to the north. Things really aren't so bad Rue ones in pretty good shape. The upper end of 1 28. Not so terrible. What's terrible, the expressway South bounds just crawling out of the tunnel all the way down towards the gas tank. Maybe a new problem there. We're looking into that more delays. Ah, Furnace Brook Parkway to the split, In fact, right over to route 24 93 North bound, hung up route 28 Randolph in the Braintree that continues on Route three South Not quite down to Union street, but pretty slow. You get the idea. The mass Turnpike is doing pretty well up through Newton out into Natick and then downtown store. Oh, east is back near the Longfellow Bridge and delays continue like that on the left Right up. Grant. My king WBZ is traffic on.

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"30. Good afternoon on Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett continues to face questions from senators in Washington more now from ABC News Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett answering questions about an anti abortion rights newspaper ad that she signed in 2006. Barrett says she was leaving church expressing her views as a private citizen. Now I'm a public official. And so while I was free to express my private views at that Time. I don't feel like it is appropriate for me anymore because of the canons of conduct to express an affirmative. You at this point in time where it had suggested in the past that the abortion law decision Roe v. Wade is not safe from being overturned. Today, she was asked to define a super precedent cases that are so well settled that no political actors and no people seriously push for their overruling and I'm answering a lot of questions about row, which I think indicates that road does it fall in that category. Barrett says she's committed to judicial independence against political pressure. With continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearing Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Stay with W. B. C news radio will continue to bring you up to date as the question and answer session continues. Between Amy Cockney Barrett and the Senators on the Judiciary Committee this afternoon. Of course, you can always listen to us by downloading the I heart radio APP Boston Mayor Marty Walsh throwing support behind the final recommendations for the Boston Police Reform Task Force. Today. The task force made five recommendations, all of which earned the mayor's support, and at least one he plans to implement right away. I will immediately call in and direct Chief of Equity, Caroline Crockett and across Cabinet team of leaders to support the Boston Police Department. Creating the diversity and inclusion unit and uplifting their internal policies to ensure that they are all written through the lens of equity. Mayor Walsh will also get the ball rolling this week on a number of other task force suggestions, such as posting the position of the executive director of the Office of Accountability and Transparency, and in the Coming weeks he will create that office, complete with a civilian review board with the power to conduct investigations. Other recommendations included an expanded capacity to the B P. D s body camera program banning biometrics and facial recognition. Software and enhanced use of force policies. Chris Mama W. B C. Boston's news radio governor, Charlie Baker, touting progress Massachusetts has made in dealing with Corona virus together. We've made tremendous progress to build a massive infrastructure to respond to this pandemic on this progress puts us in a strong position to be prepared for whatever comes next. The governor urging Bay Staters to continue to practice come out of our safety measures as the cooler weather settles in, and residents will start spending more. Time inside the latest numbers on Corona virus from the Massachusetts Department. Public Health today, 12 newly reported deaths in the Commonwealth, along with 632, newly reported cases for 33 traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic all the three is Where you taking him, Mike Way start south of the city here, Ben, with the lower end of Rue won 28 South bound, which is stop and go getting by route one in dead. Um 93 isn't turned back to both ways Getting to route 24 stays stopping going 24 south for a bit. And then just slow going down into Ah, down into Stone and Avon. There were some stop and go getting by for 95 as well. Moving on to 95 south slow going for awhile through that canton nor would stretch it is backed up Well before route 1 40 down to 45 at Mansfield Foxboro stretch. And on 95 north. It's backed up in Canton is a crasher rolled over van on that exit for 1 28 north. Let's see all the expressways doing Now. Let's get your mom for insurance Road report. It doesn't look like it's improving here on the expressway, but we're not done. We're not out of the woods. For sure. It is still very slow for the ordeal Tunnel down past the South. They on wrapped at the Dorchester Then you do get the room to roam. But it's slow again from right around Bryant ABB Down into the brain tree split crystal back in the mob free insurance, wrote a report. I ll tell you highways to the North really aren't so terrible. 93 North is slow going for a while up through Medford. There's some stop and go up after 1 25, that's about it. Three North delays coming up past conquered road Route one north. Now the initial backup is the Tobin Bridge, which is backed up. Typically this time of the day, a little backup, getting about route 60 and Revere. That's it to the West amassed turnpikes doing well. Miking W busies traffic on the three still raining in most parts of the area, and.

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dealing with a lot of wildfires. BBC's Karen Regal spoke with Massachusetts firefighter Who traveled out West to help fight those places and give support. Cory Shepherdson went west with Task force want to fight what he says of the worst fires he's ever seen. He's been on the Fox Road Fire Department for 17 years were flying in On the plane, and we have about 7000 ft. The Plains now starting to smell like smoke. His team went door to door, searching for survivors and checking property damage. It was exhausting, he says, but he was inspired by the people he met. Family comes first. You can you could have you could lose. Everything is long as you have your family. That's all that matters. I talked to him less than 12. Hours after he got home. I got home. My youngest was in bed sleeping. My six year old. Give her a hug and kiss you name and I signed some brownies. It was just nice to get home. He missed his daughter's first day of kindergarten because he was on the other side of the country, helping Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's news radio for 06 new numbers from the Massachusetts Department. Public Health Now when it comes to covert 19 in the state 10,823 new tests in 240 for newly confirmed cases off Corona virus. There were seven do they reported deaths in Massachusetts today, bringing the total to 9100 and seven A death toll in the U. S from Corona virus soon across the 20,000 market just eight months since the pandemic began, mask wearing and social distancing or keys to keeping cases lower. Dr William Hodja, the Harvard th 10 School of Public Health says as people move indoors this fall and grow tired of social distancing More outbreaks are likely to see more of their illness, then see more deaths. However, I don't think it is going to be as catastrophic as the spring if only because of the fact in the spring. We had no idea really what we're dealing with, and it was completely inadequate Testing the Chelsea soldiers home is once again reporting a case of.

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Covered rates so low in Boston is college students were turned to the area disease, Karen Regal as Morris Ting rates are up significantly in the city, and that's largely due to the influx of students being tested. Psychologist says the mayor, speaking of colleges, large gatherings. Still not okay. Avoid large gatherings. We saw one over this weekend, a large gathering and I believe it was in Dorchester. We're asking people those dangerous. Those dangerous not only have the large gatherings But the danger is for you the dangerous for people around you. If you're if you're sitting asymptomatic, and you don't know you carrying the virus, you can get other people sick people around you. That might be symptomatic can get you six or ask you to be very, very careful. They're hot spot remains East Boston. At City Hall, Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's news radio. Nationally, things may go from bad to worse because of the pandemics. Financial strain states. The Koven 19 economic downturn by shaking the confidence of residents. It's estimated state and local governments will have budget shortfall so $500 billion through next summer. That assumes the Corona virus pandemic doesn't get worse. Jim Krystle to CBS News, CEO of Cambridge Pace modern adjoining the heads of eight other big pharma companies. Pledging to maintain high ethical standards and sound scientific principles in developing a covert vaccine. The CEO's point to a clear guidance from the FDA and vowed to submit a vaccine for approval or emergency use authorization on Lee after it has gone through Phase three of clinical study and also promising to make any vaccine available globally. Latest numbers the Massachusetts Department Public health when it comes to Cove in 19 in the common Law, 168 newly reported cases today on just over 9400 new test. There's 121,214 confirmed cases of cove in 19 in Massachusetts. State also reporting eight new deaths. Today, Somerville begins entering Phase three of the states, where the opening plan about two months later than most of Massachusetts beginning today, you can start to work up a sweat again and.

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Executives of nine drugmakers likely to produce the first covert 19 vaccines are promising that they'll be safe and effective. The chief executives, including the CEO of Cambridge based Madonna, say they'll maintain the highest ethical and scientific standards and testing and manufacturing of their vaccines. More from CBS's Diane King home. Big Pharma is teaming up, pledging not to see government approval of a covert 19 vaccine until it is deemed safe and effective. Nine CEOs announced their United commitment today in an unusual move among rivals, including Madonna, Visor and Johnson and Johnson. Companies have all been separately racing to come up with a vaccine for the Corona virus, says the FDA has established clear guidance for vaccine development. Therefore, they will only submit a vaccine for approval or emergency use authorization after it has gone through phase three off a clinical study. Morning Iris testing in Boston Laboratory's been stopped after the investigation found more than 300 positive test. There were actually negative. The Massachusetts Department public Health says it started looking at origins lab in the seaport in early August because of an unusually high positivity rate of tests. And testing there was stopped August 8th cheesy TV reports, investigators retested samples at an independent lab and found at least 383 in Massachusetts were erroneously positive. 203 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Trouble spots were added to the West. Panis is in sudden mass Sutton 1 46 North bound, It's locked up a mile and a half. Through sudden. This is a problem with a dump truck that was being towed on a flatbed. It stalled out there was a spill there Anyways. It's a crash cleanup 1 46 north before the Central Turnpike. That's exit seven. You want to be in the far left lane to get through there now elsewhere. Things were pretty good out West with that odor, Reggie for 95, the Mass Turnpike to 90 all in decent shape right now. Delays to the south. No surprise. Route three North is jammed up well over four miles through Plymouth, starting after exit to a past exit three with a new issue there. You're down to one lane. The expressway South. Here we go already Stop and go from the tunnel. And most of the way down to the gas tank is not too bad after that, But you can certainly count on 30 minutes already. 30 minutes, Boston to Braintree. North bound seems to be okay. A little slow coming up through Quincy and East Milton up to the north. Things air. Good 1 28 off to a good start, Route three and 93 north or okay to my king double. BBC's traffic on the three.

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"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts department public health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Detailing Democrats impeachment case against president trump lead manager Adam Schiff says president trump pressured Ukraine's newly elected leader to launch an investigation into political Joe Biden and a son hunter in exchange for releasing military aid for Ukraine in a meeting at the White House the only thing that mattered was the public announcement as this note says with an ashtray get the Lynskey to announce that the buy in case will be investigated president trump's legal team will get equal time after Democrats finish presenting their case and each side has twenty four hours over the course of three days each to lay out their presentations president trump's attorneys along with GOP senator and trump supporter Lindsey Graham saying so far they haven't heard anything that warrants impeachment with continuing coverage the impeachment trial of president trump I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news stay with WBZ newsradio will carry a one hour special tonight at seven o'clock on the impeachment trial and it's giving you the radio download the I heart radio out take us with you wherever you go the Massachusetts department public health is reported a first pediatric flu related deaths in the state this season the child a teenager from Worcester county had tested positive for influenza B. health commissioner Monica Burrell expressing immense sorrow for the family of the child and says this is a tragic reminder of how serious the flu could be for both children and adults last flu season there were four confirm Fiji after related flu deaths in Massachusetts across the country as of January eleventh the CDC reported thirty nine influenza associated deaths in those under eighteen this season health officials continuing to urge those who haven't received a flu shot to get vaccinated and say there is no shortage of vaccine the founder of insist therapeutics sentenced to sixty six months in prison that's five and half years behind bars in connection with a bribery and kickbacks scheme that prosecutors said help to fuel the opioid crisis John could pour the former chairman of the Arizona based pharmaceutical company who was found guilty of racketeering conspiracy in may was sentenced today in Boston federal court prosecutors had requested fifteen years behind bars supporters attorneys were lobbying for about a one year sentence Boston city councilor Juliet may he up their shared a voicemail she received last week in which a caller angrily accuses her of being criminal and a fascist the caller also takes jabs at me as mother and makes veiled threats of violence against immigrants in a YouTube video here so she won't be intimate and because of her stance on immigration because I.

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