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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

"Shut down last Friday the city began denying her entrance to the temporary encampment the Tacoma news Tribune reports the city says it's limiting access for everyone's sake and the health department is conducting wellness checks of Wallace isn't letting the roadblocks stopper she's now helping people living nearby in cars out of the woods are intense around few all up and still offering rides for those living at the rec center site they just have to walk off the site to come to her so far no one at that site has tested positive for the virus Carly Johnson common is the numbers of new cove in nineteen cases and hospitalizations appear to be on the decline at least in Snohomish county but county leaders say wide availability of testing and making sure there's enough hospital capacity are on the list of things they need in place before they can reopen the county for business numbers county executive Dave Somers says the county will follow the science and state guidance for what it's okay to reduce social distancing measures summers says the county's gonna focus on helping businesses get back to work much like after the two thousand eight recession permit deadlines were extended a number of features of county government things of the we do processes that might be an impediment people were really looked up to try to lower those elements as much as possible legally the county health officer says their goal all with wider testing will be to determine how much of the county's population is still susceptible to the virus so they might hesitate to re open if that percentage is too high a drive through testing site in kits at county reopened today with extended testing capacity come was Nick Popham reports from Bremerton all in all it's a quick process according to community based testing site manager Melinda green they're really on site less than six minutes this site in Bremerton which opened last week is being adjusted back to local control and is now allowing people sixty and older another essential workers to get tested it on one condition we're doing testing for those individuals that have symptoms like shortness of breath fever or cough eight minutes cars with people coming to the site can get tested to find out if they have covert nineteen coming up on Google I'm Brian Calvert and we're about to ask a major grocery chain to explain why we still can't find things like toilet paper two thirty four global traffic.

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"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

"Eight classrooms for emergency child care it's for the children of essential workers like first responders grocery workers health care workers there's space for more than two hundred and thirty kids workers can apply for the program on the city's department of education and early learning website go to com au news dot com and we have a link there Fauria fourteen nurses therapists and other workers at northwest Medical Center have now tested positive for corona virus but it's unclear how they got it como's Joe Marino reports the hospital's medical director says no patients were infected beginning April six all workers on not for underwent testing for the past two weeks all newly admitted patients are also checked the unit has since undergone deep cleaning and breakroom have strict occupancy limits all fourteen nurses and therapists who got sick are now home recovering and said to be in stable condition a drive through testing site in Kitsap county is reopening today with expanded testing capacity Kamose Nick problem reports from Bremerton all in all it's a quick process according to community based testing site manager Melinda green they're really on site less than six minutes this site in Bremerton which opened last week is being adjusted back to local control and is now allowing people sixty and older another essential workers to get tested on one condition we're doing testing for those individuals that have symptoms like shortness of breath fever or cough eight minutes cars with people coming to the site can get tested to find out if they have covert nineteen Kamel's neck problem the closure of most businesses during the pandemic has been especially challenging for people who are homeless there's a nursing P. wallet that's been volunteering to help the homeless for weeks now but she's just been blocked from that city sanctioned encampment more from Kohl's Carly Johnson the parking lot of the new hope resource center in Puyallup is now the city's sanctioned camp well the parking lot does have sinks and toilets some people have been able to shower in weeks course local churches where they've been able to do that are closed and they can't get warm inside a library those are also shut down the nurse and cap off Wallace's spent the last several weeks checking up on the sixty people who live there in this crisis a lot of them have not had access to food water sanitation they are very confused about what's going on with cove it in the last part of the city said she can't go anymore it's about social distancing with other volunteers also kept out but the nurses and giving up she tells the Tacoma news Tribune she still offering rides to treatment and doctor appointments waiting just off site for the homeless who come to trust her to walk out for a ride especially since transit has cut back so much on schedules Carly Johnson come on news the court fight over eager drivers starting a union has ended almost kind supports a federal judge in Seattle dismissed a lawsuit at the request of over the city of Seattle and the U. S. chamber of commerce the dispute began in twenty fifteen with the Seattle city council passed a law allowing uber and lift drivers to collectively bargain the chamber sued Seattle on behalf of uber lift management claiming the ordinance violated federal law require reports the dismissal doesn't prevent the chamber from taking up the issue again in the future it's not clear whether drivers of the two companies will continue their efforts to unionize in Seattle however in twenty nineteen the city removed the provision of that law that allow drivers to negotiate over wages Eric heights komo news so more news time twelve forty time for an update on sports from the Harley exteriors sports death become most bills towards baseball and soccer remained in a corona virus holding pattern Major League Soccer had hoped to resume matches in mid may but a statement released today says that now is extremely unlikely based on the guidance of federal and local health officials Major League Baseball commissioner rob Manfred tells fox business games won't begin until public health improves we have engaged in you know contingency planning we thought about how we might be able to return in various scenarios but again the key is the improvement in the public health situation Manfred says starting the season in Arizona spring training stadiums is only one contingency plan on the table the New York Yankees are mourning the loss of Hank Steinbrenner one of four siblings who owns controlling shares of the ball club Steinbrenner had a long standing health issue and he was sixty three and faced with long term financial uncertainty because of covert nineteen the university of Cincinnati today discontinued men's soccer Washington State University asking coaches all to take a five percent pay cut sports updated ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz come on news this is John Blomquist division president of tricor title and escrow as we all look for the best way to navigate the new norm during this global health crisis I'd like to share a few things that tie cords doing to protect our employees our clients and our community ninety percent of our employees are working remotely the remaining in office work forces practicing established social distancing guidelines our offices are routinely sanitized recommended guidelines.

"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

"Oregon and California in creating a western states packed to decide together when to start reopening the economy's here's couples having a toss up the governor says the rate of infection and the rate of people dying need to go down before there was a large scale re opening the second step is we have to have confidence that our testing and contact tracing protocols are scientifically based enough and and robust enough and resource well enough the governor says re opening will depend on what data says you don't production so that cases will keep falling if we continue your physical distance the projections also show if we stop physical distancing by April twenty second death would continue to go down but they will start going back in June and July Isley's announcement coming a few hours after president trump proclaimed that he alone has total authority to determine how and when to relax the nation's social distancing guidelines a drive through testing site and gets up county reopening today with expanded testing capacity as we hear from couples Nick problem in Bremerton all in all it's a quick process according to community based testing site manager Melinda green they're really on site less than six minutes this site in Bremerton which opened last week is being adjusted back to local control and is now allowing people sixty and older another essential workers to get tested on one condition we're doing testing for those individuals that have symptoms like shortness of breath fever or cough eight minutes cars with people coming to the site can get tested to find out if they have called it nineteen once again the schools that problem it wicks of isolation and social distancing have left you feeling anxious or depressed UW psychologists say you're not alone now they want to hear from you in hopes of helping others couples Corwin hate we're social creatures we humans isolation is bound to feel weird says uta professor Jonathan cantor if you are one of those people who's just feeling this really strongly you're sort of waking up every morning and feeling more anxious and overwhelmed and you can't quite put your finger on it actually nice this is actually normal.

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"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

"Workers drivers have been turned away from the area issued for the South Park bridge at the First Avenue south bridge across the waterway our next couple traffic at seven forty four after the Cold eagle roof forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clarke after a sunny day with highs in the sixties looking at a northwest wind to develop tonight which will put this cool ocean air right into the Puget Sound this will result in low clouds morning fog even misty drizzle across a good portion of the area Wednesday morning now that will slow to clear throughout the morning hours tomorrow but we will see sun by the afternoon on Wednesday with a gradual warm up continuing to the end of the week by Friday certainly seeing highs in the seventies across the central south sound the warmest day of the year potentially for us this will be followed by maybe some afternoon showers developing Saturday to start the weekend and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke lease on the port Angeles a forty three degrees there thirty seven in Olympia forty one right now in forty six in Seattle come on it's time seven thirty six a drive through testing site in kits at county is re opening today with expanded testing capacity couples Nick Pappas has more from Bremerton all in all it's a quick process according to community based testing site manager Melinda green they're really on site less than six minutes this site in Bremerton which opened last week is being adjusted back to local control and is now allowing people sixty and older another essential workers to get tested on one condition we're doing testing for those individuals that have sent dems like shortness of breath fever or cough eight minutes cars with people coming to the site can get tested to find out if they have covert nineteen a new quarantine so I just opened in shoreline it's built on a soccer field is being used to isolate covert nineteen patients.

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"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

"And Safeway employees our heroes working to provide food for the community because if you power crunch is able to offer their super protein to families during this time thank you from the people at power crunch roof forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clarke partly cloudy and seasonably mild today as highs will be in the low sixties area wide looking at the northwest flow to increase overnight that puts a good marine layer into the Puget Sound resulting in low clouds maybe misty drizzle as we wake up Wednesday morning but that's to be followed by afternoon sun and warm up to the end of this week to highs near seventy Friday afternoon looking at showers to develop on Saturday with the sunnier Sunday in the forecast and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke the Cloudian average forty two degrees there to call forty five sea tac airport it's forty six degrees hello this time five thirty six a drive through corona virus testing site in consecutive years re opening today with expanded testing capacity goals the pop up has more from Bremerton all in all it's a quick process according to community based testing site manager Melinda green they're really on site less than six minutes this site in Bremerton which opened last week is being adjusted back to local control and is now allowing people sixty and older another essential workers to get tested on one condition we're doing testing for those individuals that have symptoms like shortness of breath fever or cough eight minutes cars with people coming to the site can get tested to find out if they have called it nineteen a new quarantine site has just opened in shoreline we told you about this before hand is a bit was built on a soccer field.

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"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"melinda green" Discussed on KOMO

"And it's happening at a north Seattle hospital Kamel's Joe Marino reports on the outbreak affecting fourteen hospital workers first covert nineteen cases at northwest Medical Center started showing up earlier this month the staff were getting sick all working a former medical surgical unit the distance been converted to serve patients who don't have coded nineteen how the virus to cold still isn't known but hospital officials believe it passed from one staff member to the next most likely when they set an employee break room city hospitals medical director says no patients were infected all fourteen nurses and therapists who got sick are now home recovering and said to be in stable condition Washington Oregon and California working to re open their economies the governors of each of the states have formed a pact to coordinate their efforts but today president trump asserted that only he can lift stay at home orders that didn't sit well with governor Insley there really is no question about that that is in the senior purview of the state of Washington and the governor of the state of Washington no timelines beset for lifting the stay at home order well here in Washington there are now five hundred and nineteen confirmed deaths at this point that's out of more than ten thousand four hundred cases statewide number of new daily cases appears to be leveling off though if not starting to decline Washington state is about to release hundreds of inmates to prevent the spread of the coronavirus details from Cuomo's Jeffboat July thousand inmates will be released in the coming days most of them were to be released or paroled sometime in the near future anyway the idea is to lessen the prison population were covert nineteen can spread easily the governor Jay Inslee says this is not the only thing he's doing we have increased screening testing and disease control the guidelines that are consistent with the CDC we early eliminated visitation at the department of corrections these actions come after the state Supreme Court ordered something be done about jails and prisons before a simple incarceration for relatively minor crime becomes a death sentence Jeff poacher look come on do some Seattle area doctor who got the corona viruses spent more than two weeks on a ventilator is now at home recovering after receiving experimental treatments forty five year old doctor Ryan Padgett told The Seattle Times you got sick in early March after becoming infected with the virus that causes cove it nineteen Padgett was one of the first frontline health care workers in Washington to test positive for Kobe in nineteen the drive through testing site in Kitsap county is re opening with expanded testing capacity the site in Bremerton opened last week come was Nick Popham report all in all it's a quick process according to community based testing site manager Melinda green they're really on site less than six minutes this site in Bremerton which opened last week is being adjusted back to local control and is now allowing people sixty and older another essential workers to get tested it on one condition we're doing testing for those individuals that have symptoms like shortness of breath fever or cough minutes cars with people coming to the site can get tested to find out if they have covert nineteen their new quarantine site just opened in shoreline the quarters built on a soccer field are being used to quarantine or isolate coveted nineteen patients are either homeless or are not able to recover at home Kaiser permanent the staff are manning the site over nineteen has changed life for all of us and that includes local police who are taking a different approach to how they keep you safe almost Ryan Harris checked in with a few departments in Bellevue the police spokesperson tells me the numbers are all over the map some things up and others down compared to this time last year Bellevue and Everett or seeing increases in domestic violence calls but well built you have seen some property crimes go up every it has seen a decrease in home and commercial burglaries both say they've changed the way their officers handle calls with many reports taken electronically and officers keeping their distance when they go to answer a call Everett police officer Aaron Snell tells me we're trying to protect our employees make sure the appropriate gear but then as well that we're not spreading you know anything among the public or to the public it's kind of a system where we don't want to get sick and we don't want to get other people sick what offices smell says detectives are still working their cases in both departments say they have their special units helping out with patrol to make sure everyone's covered Ryan Harris komo news school news time ten past the hour now.

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