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Texas Representative To Quarantine After Testing Positive For Coronavirus

Charlie Parker

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Representative To Quarantine After Testing Positive For Coronavirus

"Kevin Brady is in quarantine after testing positive. Brady said he'd received a dose of the fires of vaccine December 18th and tested negative for the virus. New Year's Day He begins his coronavirus treatment today. Over 19 hospitalizations are at an all time high and bear county metro health reports. There are 1318 covert patients

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"metro health" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Your date of birth. And I said Don't, ma'am, You need to tell me what you have. I don't know you from Adam. You could be anybody. I know. You say you're from the Metro Health department. But I don't know that you tell me what you think you have. As far as my date of birth, and she said, What doesn't work that way and I go? Yes. Yes, ma'am. It does You tell me what you think you have. So she said, What I have to call my supervisor. I'll call you back. So that's which has it. Okay, I'll be here is suffering from Cove ID so she don't know 15. Minutes later, she called me back and said OK? Here's what I have. And she she had the correct information and we continued on Yes, a blot of personal questions about my symptoms. All of that. It was probably a 15 minute phone call. Not in mind telling her I know that they were gathering statistics, you know of Have to have About this pandemic. She wanted names of the people that have come in contact with. I didn't give her any of that. I said No, ma'am. I'm not going to give you that. I'm not going to disclose this. Well, do you know where you think you've got it? Yes, ma'am. I do. Well, will you tell me Give me that information. No, ma'am, I will not. I'm not going to reveal anybody else's information. You want my information. I'll be happy to tell you And that's the way I stood on that. Get down to the end of the interview, and she says to me, okay? You can't leave your house until we approve it. So please stay home. Don't go anywhere. No one can come to your house, You know, Except you etcetera and I He just started laughing and I said no man, That's That's that's not true. If I need to leave my house, I'm going to leave my house. Well, you can't do that. We are quarantining you. No, man, I'm not under house arrest. Do you know I'm single. In my house by myself. And I may need to go get my prescriptions. My drug store does not deliver. So I may need to go. You know, whatever. But I can leave my house whenever I want. My answer to her was also I don't feel like leaving my house, so I'm probably not going anywhere. I'm pretty sick. But if I want to, I will. And she's well, you know, you can't and I so unless you have Ah, patrol car outside my door. Ah, I will. So anyway, we left it at that. I got a phone call the next day, another woman who's who wanted to ask me questions again. I answered some of them at the very beginning. And then when she asked, Have you left your house in the last 24 hours? That's when I put a stop to it. And I said, You know what? I'm not gonna answer any more of these questions. Only to say this. I am not under house arrest. And if I want to leave my house, I'm going to leave my house. But I'm not answering any more of your questions, and, uh And if you call May I'm not going to answer. Well, The thing is, they haven't called since, but it bothers me. They are giving people who are really sick. The impression They can't leave their house unless the Metro Health Department approves it. And that bothers me. Now look. Most people who have covert and have symptoms. Are going to feel like leaving the house anyway. And I know they're afraid and I am using that word. Oh, yes. Afraid of spreading this virus. Especially if it gets to somebody who's elderly and they may die. I guess I do. Get that. But This is the United States of America, and we are a free people. And I do believe that there are powers behind the scenes that are trying to change that, and they're using covert 19 to do it, and I'm telling you, I am not going to be a part of that. And it bothered me. The Metro tried very hard to make me believe that I was no longer free. Now, mind you, these ladies and they were nice and they were just were respectful. They were doing their job, but this is what they were told to say. And and told to say in a way that if I didn't have the knowledge that I have of being what being free means Might have gone along with it. Now again. Didn't you know? I didn't leave my house to go to my doctor and go get tested when I knew daggone. Well, I had Cove it. I mean, I couldn't smell anything anymore. That's your sign. I had a low grade fever. There's your sign in all of those things. So I left my house. I had to leave my house to go get some medications and prescriptions that my doctor called in a couple of days later. And I called my farm assistance, said Look, I have to pick this stuff up. But I have co vid. What do we need to do to for me to get these and we have made arrangements for me to go through the drive through and They had on their hands. Matt sits and you know, whatever. And so, but I made the I made the choice. And I did the things that you needed to do to keep other people safe, right? Believe we as Americans have brains, do we? Not? So I don't like being told that I am not free to go about my life and go about my business..

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"metro health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The Metro health chief quality officer in Cleveland, Ohio, and goes on to explain to CBS News why this could be happening. The manufacturers, we understand it was trying to be particularly cautious. They wanted to make sure that each jokes was fallen. There was room for error, but what we've learned from our colleagues around the state and country. Is that if you follow the manufacturer's directions very specifically, you actually have six full doses in a trial six full doses in each file if you follow the directions properly. So thousands of extra doses could be in circulation at this point, Wow, so you're not about to hear now from NASA. Ernst with Johns Hopkins Medicine, told Bloomberg Quick. Take that. The extra 5 to 6 doses is a small miracle to get even more frontline workers vaccinated. We could get one more employee vaccinated. One more employees were the first of these two vaccinations. That's just Greatly beneficial for us as a health care system, because, remember, you know, we have had over 15% of our staff at different locations home not at the front line because of covert either contracting. It were being quarantined for it. So we're getting these numerous reports this morning on vaccines. How much we have supply. ABC News just recently reported that there are some are concerned It's rolling out too slowly. Then we're getting these reports that they're actually extra doses that are being applied. And so it's going much further than was originally planned, which is encouraging. You've got two plus million people who have already been vaccinated. And a vaccine that was developed with this warp speed task force at an unprecedented rate. I mean, what they were able to do was nothing short of a miracle in a matter of months. Wow, I'm I'm just really taken back by this extra doses and Yeah. I mean, when they I always figured it was so precise how much they measure out. I think a lot of people will bring have been surprised by this. Even the medical professionals alter the roles we go. Seven twenties. The time was second. Bob.

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"metro health" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"We have called Well, this'd the story that families had in the news Dr Caldwell has been accused of He's the point, man, I guess. With the Metro Health Department for and he's been accused of sexual act now. The main thing he's been accused of He had a woman. Who was calling they were there were people all upset because it back in May they were supposed to have massed and they're supposed to be distributing those. They don't have him and people were down there gathered and irate and everything. And this woman called him and said You've got to come do so. He said. I can't do anything about it. I got other stuff. I got to go. And then she got really miffed at him. And he says he told a colleague, he says. I think your pregnancy is making exists essentially so she can think straight, he said. I wanna fired by the end of the day. What Folks. Have been a program director three times. There's something called E E. O. C. And so you can't just go around firing those, especially a pregnant woman. That's one of those things that they frown on and that you get lawsuits from but That's what they're saying. And they say there's now evidence to support that. That was the case. Now let's go on to the really big stuff. Big, big big We have six states. Who have joined Texas and the lawsuit defending the security of the 2040 election. This is from These Texas Attorney general's office in a news release today. They say the Missouri Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Utah have formally joined Texas and its Supreme Court suit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Four battleground states who ran illegal and unconstitutional elections. The joining states agree with Texas The defendant states exploited the covert 19 pandemic to justify unlawfully in acting last minute changes. And ignoring both federal and state election laws, the skewing the results of the 2020 general election. Here's what the Paxton says He's the attorney general in Texas. Texas continues to lead the fight to protect election, security and integrity. And today I gladly welcome Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina in Utah. To this historic endeavor. By flouting state and federal election laws. The defendant. Battleground states have tainted the integrity of citizen's votes across the entire nation to restore trust in the integrity of our election process. We must tirelessly.

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"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Total is the 14th straight day of a record high in hospitalizations. A number of Americans being cared for in the nation's hospitals has more than doubled in a month. There was encouraging news is the number of new infections yesterday was about the same as the day before. Here in San Antonio metro Health is issuing new guidelines in an effort to stem the rising number of covert 19 cases. Mayor Ron Nirenberg made the announcement yesterday. Metro Health Department is urging San Antonians Avoid all indoor activities with people outside of your household, especially when you cannot wear a mask, Nierenberg said. The city is also stepping up enforcement of the state's executive orders as a PD officers will now conduct 350 proactive inspections of businesses per week to ensure the social distancing guidelines are being followed. Metrohealth reported 709 new cases of covert 19, a Bear county yesterday, more moral morgues are being set up in El Paso is Corona virus cases continue to surge. County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego says they're also looking at using a warehouse. One of the things would be to build a temporary facility inside a warehouse. The judge says there's a backlog of close to 500 deaths. The medical examiner's office must evaluate as to whether they should be attributed to covert 19 holiday curfew will go into effect tomorrow night in the city. The Biden administration can now confer with their counterparts in the Trump administration and begin preparing to run the country. The head of the General Services Administration notified the president elect that he is the apparent winner. And they officially begin the transition of power. And while President Trump may not be ready to leave the White House work is reportedly underway for life after January. 2021. The president is expected to make Mar a Lago, his permanent home in ABC News reported. The members of a secret service detail have been asked if they want to transfer to the area. Secret Service agents in Miami You're said to be looking at how to make physical reinforcements to the resort. Home source also tells ABC renovations are already underway at Mar A Lago is living quarters for Trump and wife Melania, one of the greatest jeopardy champions of all time is taking over the hosting duties on an interim basis. Ken Jennings will be behind the podium when the show resumes production on November 30th..

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"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Woo, the medical director for Metro Health, says there's a lengthy approval process is an independent advisory committee. And then there's the FDA itself. On bear going to need to look at the data before a little bit, Wu says. The more realistic option for Bear County is a vaccine arriving for the general public sometime in the summer or fall of 2021 houses of worship in Texas would get special treatment during a disaster like Covad 19 under a bill filed in the state legislature. W O. A is Beth Myers reports When covert hit several states shut down places like churches, temples and mosques to stop the spread. Texas did not state representative match. Shaheen wants to keep it that way. He's filed a bill that would ban the government from closing houses of worship during a disaster. They know better, sometimes in the government does We're going to do the right thing to take care of the congregation. His bill says that religious organization should be considered essential during a disaster and their doors must remain open. I'm Beth Myers News radio 1200 W. Away I, the Texas Department of Transportation has a bridge demolition will shut down part of Luke for 10 through tomorrow. Two main lanes of Luke for 10 will be closed both directions between Kleber Road and Ingram Road overnight during the demolition. The intersection of loop 4 10, a military Dr will also be shut down for the duration tex dot advices drivers to find an alternate route to avoid slowdowns. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated Smart device to playing his radio 1200 Wook I on my heart radio. I'm Marco Marino. NewsRadio 1200 W Away. I Well, we can't wait. Listen for your Chantal texted when $1000 you gotta keep playing to keep try listening for the key word and your chance to win in the $1000.

"metro health" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"While the Metro Health Department may issue what it calls appropriate penalties to Christian worship leaders Sean Foyt after a mask less crowd of thousands showed up for a gathering downtown yesterday. Day. One of the confirmation hearings on Judge Amy Cockney buried has come to an end. The day was made up mostly of statements by the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Democrats focusing on health care, saying Barrettes nomination furthers Republicans attempts to get rid of Obama care Senator Kamala Harris in the middle of a pandemic. 23 million Americans could lose their health insurance all together. Republicans, meanwhile, say she's a qualified jurist who would be a steady hand on the high court Senator Tom Tillis, she reaches conclusions dictated by the law. Not my personal preference. That's the right thing to do. In her opening statement, Barrett expressed her views on the role of the Supreme Court. I believe Americans of all backgrounds deserve an independent Supreme Court that interprets our Constitution and laws as they're written, and I believe I can serve my country by playing that role with continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearings. I'm Mark Re Malard ABC NEWS. Georgia residents in the Atlanta Metro area are waiting hours in line. First day of early voting for the general election. Some voters showed up to the polling location before it opened while others waited in line for up to five hours. Videos on social media depict socially distant voters waiting in lines wrapped around multiple blocks in the state's most populous counties and in entertainment news one rocker getting some heat for his comments on Eddie Van.

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Mayor of Nashville may have told health officials to hide low coronavirus numbers

Ben Ferguson

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Mayor of Nashville may have told health officials to hide low coronavirus numbers

"Cases on lower Broadway. This is a Nashville, Tennessee. This is the Fox affiliate there may have been so low At the mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret. E mails between the mayor's senior advisor and the health Department reveal in the A partial picture about what they reveal is disturbing. Discussion that involves low number of Corona Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle that, most disturbingly how to keep it from the public on June, 30th contact tracing was given a small view of Corona virus clusters. Construction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems of more than 1000 cases traced to each category, But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller for the Health Department asked this is not going to publicly released right just for the mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption right senior advisor Benjamin Eagles. A month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. Tennessee Lookout reporter Nate Row asked. The figure gave of more than 80 does lead to a natural question if there have been over 20,000 positive cases of covert, 19 Davidson and only 80 or so a trusted trace to restaurants and bars. Does that mean restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem, but it's

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Nashville accused of hiding low number of COVID-19 cases linked to bars and eateries

On The Edge With Thayrone

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Nashville accused of hiding low number of COVID-19 cases linked to bars and eateries

"Cases on lower Broadway and they had been so low. The mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep its secret emails between the mayor's senior advisor of the Health department reveal only a partial picture, but what they reveal is disturbing. The discussion involves the low number of Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle that, and, most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public on June 3rd. We have contact racing was given a small view of growing virus clusters, construction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems with more than 1000 cases traced each category But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller from the Health Department asks. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just info from Mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption right Senior advisor Benjamin Eagles a month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. A Tennessee lookout reporter Nate Row, asked. The figure you gave more than 80 does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of Copan, 19 and Davidson and only 80, or so are traced to restaurants and bars. Doesn't that mean restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem? Health Department official Brian Todd asked five Health Department officials. Please advise how you recommend. I respond and the name of the top of the responses clipped off. But you may find the answer unacceptable. Quote.

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"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Antonio Bear County District Attorney Joe Gonzalez has sent a letter to Texas attorney General Can Paxton over concerns about mailing ballots. Gonzalez says he became concerned after the removal of several sorting machines from a local post office. I'm concerned with the removal and destruction of some sorting machines that I learned about I've now heard anywhere from 4 to 6 different machines that have been removed. The D A said he will take action without Paxton's advisement if a response is not given in a timely manner. To Texas eight. I'm sororities are under quarantine after being exposed to the Corona virus, University officials say. A total of 14 cases of Copan 19 were reported in the Kappa Kappa Gamma and Delta Delta Delta Sorority Houses chapter would quarantines are underway, along with contact tracing for residents of the house is A and M says both sororities are cooperating. How the members were exposed to the virus is unknown. In Baker County, the number of Corona virus hospitalizations continues to decline with 532 patients hospitalized as of last night. Metro health officials say the hospitalization rate continues to move in the right direction, Officials reported 185 new cases yesterday along with 21 New best May, Iran Nuremberg confirmed yesterday that city parks will be closed over Labor Day weekend. We're still in the In the red zone with regard to the transmission, and we want to make sure people are avoiding crowds, and one of those things that we can do is is make sure people are congregating our parts. The mayor is urging residents to continue to practice social distancing. Despite the improving covered 19 data in the area. Nierenberg has said he hopes to avoid a spike in cases like the one seen after the fourth of July. Texas schools will soon be required to report all confirmed Corona virus cases daily to the state State Education Commissioner Mike Merat announced the move and a weekly called a school superintendents. School districts will report virus cases to the Texas Department of State Health Services in an effort to help families and school employees keep track of the pandemic in their neighborhoods. Merat says he will provide more details about the data collection process next week. SAN Antonio drugmaker that may have found the cure for the Corona virus is fighting back against claims. They're snake oil salesmen. Wook eyes. Michael Board has thie exclusive interview earlier this week, There were reports that President Donald Trump would be endorsing the drug made by San Antonio based Phoenix by attack that led to a political backlash. That company vice chairman into Whitney says was unwarranted. In an exclusive interview, he tells me At the time for testing is now we have a process and we're not just expecting some blanket approval or authority here. We just want the opportunity to test and there's nothing to lose, he says. The drug, which is derived from the Oleander Flower has already passed.

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Fear, language barriers hinder immigrant contact-tracing

All Things Considered

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Fear, language barriers hinder immigrant contact-tracing

"For Disease Control and Prevention. Latinos in the US are hospitalized from covert 19 at four times the rate of white people. But in some cities like Nashville, Tennessee, many of them can't even receive basic pandemic services in their native language. Alexis Marshal of W. PLN reports. Construction sites have been one of the most common places to catch the Corona virus in Nashville. That's where Lenny Tenorio was working in mid April when he got sick by the 21st he was hospitalized and tested positive for Cove in 19. Do your thing, You know, a week later, his mother and father also had to be hospitalized even as more of his family members pot Covad, 19 Tenorio says he never heard from the Metro Health Department. There's the Nashville has boasted that it has plenty of contact tracers. The problem is of the 120 brought on early in the pandemic. None of them spoke Spanish. That's even the language barriers emerged in April, according to the National Health Department's own records. Dr. Consuelo Wilkins, who oversees health equity at Vanderbilt University, warned city officials then that many covert patients didn't speak much English. We saw Arabic speaking people and then this really big cluster of Nepali speaking people. And then all of a sudden that stopped and we saw this huge surge of Spanish speaking people. It took nearly three more months for Nashville's Health Department to recruit native Spanish speaking tracers. The 1st 4 started last month. In the meantime, traces have been dialing in an interpreter. The problem is, they usually don't know whether they'll need one until somebody picks up the phone. When nobody answers. They often have to leave a message in English. If that gets lost in translation, it can throw off. The entire search for who else might be exposed and contact tracing hasn't been the only issue. There have been a Siri's of other delays and implementing additional services that could have slowed the spread of the Corona virus. Thes stays in the Spanish language hotline launched just last month, five months into the pandemic, and the city still hasn't followed through on a plan that would help immigrant families isolate during their quarantine periods. Cities like New York, Miami and Chicago have provided hotel rooms so that patients who live in tighter quarters can isolate while recovering. Nashville was encouraged to do the same back in April and a program was announced in June. But so far, not a single family has been served. The Health Department's deputy director acknowledges the city's response to outbreaks and immigrant and Spanish speaking communities has been slow, but says it's become a top priority. However, immigrant advocates still sense a lack of urgency from the city's top leaders. Lisa Sherman Nicholas is the executive director of the Tennessee immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition. There's really no excuse for not having a response that's proportionate to the crisis in the immigrant and refugee community, she says. It could be a matter of life and death. Corona virus Patient, Linnington Audio and his father recovered, but his mother never came home from the hospital. She died and I lost my mom because of this, he says. I never thought this would happen for NPR

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"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Murray led the team last night with the double double. He finished with 21 points and 10 rebounds. They play again tonight against the Philadelphia 70 Sixers. I'm Tanner Carlson, NewsRadio 1200 Wooo and Our coverage begins tonight at 6 30 right here on Spurs Radio 1200 W. Away. I San Antonio and Bear County Sohn uptick and reported Cove in 19 related deaths on Sunday was 16. Additional death announced. 13 of those deaths happened between July 4th of July 22nd but were not reported to metro Health until Sunday. The death toll now stands at 368. Governor Greg Abbott says Texas schools have to open. He issued a statement Friday saying school's Khun Clothes on Ly if there's a Corona virus outbreak after students return. The announcement supports the Texas attorney general's opinion last week stating local health officials can't order school closures. District's can apply to keep their school's closed and the Texas Education Agency will review those requests. Well, Children. If not getting sick from Corona virus might be spreading it. The kids seem less likely than adults to develop serious Covad 19 symptoms. But here's the twist. Young Children may not be getting very sick from the virus, but they're carrying it around in a big way, A new study finds Children under five with mild or moderate symptoms may have as much as 100 times more of the virus in their noses and throats than an infected adult. Will. The government is sending Texas hospitals 500 cases of the Anti viral drug room. Dimas Veer is Corona virus deaths in the state hit record highs. Dr. Thomas Patterson at UT Health says the drug blocks the virus from replicating. Ideally, we would like to use her in there earlier in the course of an illness point, the virus itself is thought to be causing the direct problems. Doctor. Patterson is leading the largest room Demas Fear study in the world trials showed that the recovery time was reduced by about 1/3 and while that won't change the death rates from Corona virus, he said. It gets patients out of the hospital faster and that takes the pressure off the health care system. Governor Greg Abbott's continued focus on the pandemic will cause him to miss the Republican National Convention. He announced his decision and a letter to RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick will go and abbots place. The convention starts August 24th in Charlotte, North Carolina. Congressional Democratic leaders and Trump Administration officials are still trying to agree on a Corona virus relief package. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi incident. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer have spend days negotiating with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows over the weekend. Pelosi made it clear she has no interest in a one week extension of the $600 unemployment supplement that expired on Friday. Meantime, it is a big week for Democrats. The party's pick for president Joe Biden will this week select who he wants as his vice president. He's already committed to choosing a woman as a running mate, Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia of Texas, says that's a smart move. I think it's a signal that not only are we in party that preaches diversity and inclusion, but that we actually practicing, and that choice could be a Texan. A recent article in Vogue magazine suggested that El Paso's Veronica Escobar is a contender. She's already endorsed Biden, calling him the best candidate to take on Donald Trump. I'm Beth Myers News Radio 1200 W. Away. I Eastern North Carolina is.

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"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"metro health" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I All metro health is reporting fewer people are hospitalized in San Antonio with Corona virus. As of Wednesday, the number of patients stood it 1007 with 389 and the I C U that hospital numbers are looking good. It was July the 13th when we hit a high of 1267 and now down to 272 160 So it's a fairly decent drop. County Judge Nelson Wolf says there are 12% of staff beds available 40% of ventilators available, and MetroHealth reported 946 New Covad cases on Wednesday with seven new death. Wolf and Mayor Nierenberg also sent a letter off to Governor Abbott to clear up the confusion coming from the Texas Education Agency and the attorney general Kim Paxton. They want the governor to make a decision. Neither reinforced local authority or rescind the health directive that delays the start of in person learning until at least September 7th East Texas Congressman Louis Gohmert has Corona virus and now there's a big concern that he may have spread it all around Capitol Hill. Gohmert has been out spoken for not wearing a mask and since he is showing no symptoms, some wonder how long he's been spreading germs. Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia says she was with her fellow Texas lawmaker in the packed House Judiciary Committee hearing this week. There's a lot of concern about the exposure he may have been posed on others around him. I think some people saw him walking in the hall without advance, he says. They're now needs to be a rule change to mandate mask wearing and congressional buildings..

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"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"In the metro health sports medicine guess on how you do in school how you doing good man her trying to figure out you know it looks like we're on this great path to the return of sports and now there seems to be potential roadblocks almost every sport thinking about coming back yes life interrupted me right well you know and and some of it I I get where the players are coming from in there have a knack they formed a coalition and they're having that debate about what we do more by not playin were playin and that's a personal decision of NBA players but then you get the medical side of this you get the family side alluded to you get the fact that you're like why even finish it let's just start fresh next December you know there's a lot of back and forth as we get close to what would be the start up dates or restart dates yes related to anything that you want to talk about it publicly also be sure to also responsibility they they have in that moment so you add that to the mix it up you know I think because there's so much uncertainty going on and even I was thinking he mapped out and played out there's so much uncertainty how is gonna play out there's a lot of people basing their in the moment comment every option on spear because they don't know nobody knows I mean that's what you find to do one thing but nothing is actually lower because we never did anything like this before so to just think that I was going to happen and you just don't care for you baseball standpoint your baseball you know I'm with you know a negotiated situation that if they decide to start a season how is that going to affect their lives put it next sixty ten years Aberle long you know much longer than the green with the league is going to be you know they have to keep that in mind you know which wouldn't from your feet that would be blocked passable they're showing you guys even in a game that they love to play there's always going to be disrupted free only labor Ollie you know and then that we can get so caught up in it we're not having any you know assurances that we can move forward and I did hear you so that's another few they deal with a lot of I'm going on different types of beer but a lot of everything everybody did not I agree man that's the fear of the unknown with covert nineteen the fear of restarting the fear of the bubble in this goes across boards of fear of traveling the fear you know it's Major League Baseball even of its regional travel a gale central del Centro there is a lot of fear and not a lot of tax and you don't know you know the social unrest will that grow a lot of these NBA teams are in these big cities and then will will their games the track from a protest that's happening two blocks away I think that's where Tyrese coming from and some of the other players but they can't get involved the stock so if something's not on the on ramp you know it's definitely happening in the city is that in no way can they get involved in their affected in the past it is in a way that a lot of the individual aren't because of the color of his skin because it apparently because their communities under maybe affected by this the fact that you sign in if you're gonna be stuck in a bubble thank you for being involved at all if there was a plan I'll be waiting that would be different if you want hello okay so what is the you know be a part of a mark being a part of it being a part of signing an agreement with old meeting with the mayor or you know being a sucker people on a regular basis in a more humanistic what you decide to go into the bottles sold in our land and this is where you can be a day off from the game it could be used weapons even a playoff you know I'm not here to wait for another teams are playing so you got your date you can be a gate that always thought because although our crews are not concerned about that at all you're moving out there who told me that is dealing with our everyday lives you know well we can't we won't be deterred by the bubble we removed from it and that's one thing about our team mobile silver's van so strong as a leader the commissioner of the NBA any survey of people are comfortable and coming to the bubble in Orlando which I hate that word I like complex or something but the vital in Orlando there was nothing will be held against them it's their choice I remember that MLB was talking about bubbles like in Texas and Florida and Arizona and then they went away from it because the players wanted to be close to their families and they revitalized at least in one other proposals that'll be like alias verses and at least you know then L. central your central and a west in a west could the MBA shift gears and try and do something similar where they might regional lies it and change their playoff format played teams like your Golden State you might play clippers ELO of Sacramento and set up these pods and then the winner of the pod advances to a playoff in a predetermined city something like that could be a change in the next six weeks I don't think so because it's a beautiful place and and and the last movie the better response because there is a little bit you know the virus you know when you when you do come on the nineteenth same phase needs to be one of the things outside of protecting yourself you know do something differently whatever in the least amount of movement so you know if we can contain a variety want but doesn't want very well we take out these travelers will receive a link it's art because even if they do originally once you start getting from all around the all around final you have the more more more concentrated in the let's move the players have a better idea according to change when they leave them on a more rigid it's been a quite helpful to help the situation all players in all parties involved within baseball's gonna move around at least might be like Detroit to Chicago to Cleveland to Milwaukee to write yeah but they're dealing with an entire season is trying to get in as opposed to just really need to get everything else right now more you can deal with the problem you wouldn't put in the showroom in a short span is trying to do anything let me talk about finishing over the season basically what it is a game season in the playoffs are decimal number doesn't allow them to do I mean a lot of looking over they want to but it doesn't it doesn't real to what may really baseball trying to convince me to gaze at the polls the yeah Jackson a U. S. B. in Chicago dot com NBA insider joining us for a couple segments here on the huge show across Michigan what would you say scoop from NBA players insiders front office personnel you talk to what percentage of the NBA Players Association the active players you think are on board to go finish the season in the bubble in Orlando I from day to day I you know I think there you know I I think it is fair to say today because now James harden Miami okay because of what happened in this particular situation in Dallas and Houston and they're all protected and protect your athletes only Houston Texans and cowboys you probably all already used to watching mine who are you know in the least change now as opposed to not have any information on Friday so what I would think it was like you know like you know we can he has when he came he only let it come up on the dot you know what I'm saying the like that and it looks like in in Los Angeles where the cars are going the other direction that's going to change right so I think making it out you know the same thing because they said the other day and going because the information is going to change the way the players it is directly related right now Jackson Correa's paean Chicago dot com NBA insider joining us on the metro health.

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Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"In the metro health university of Michigan health guess on how to do a Mike could you tell you to amend good how how's the the pandemic for you in the family a lot of time with the kids in the life yeah but you know like everybody the weather's changing a place but a lot more golfers thank but I would normally at this point but you know I guess I really everybody separately the better day after day I thank but why not when the weather's great I think that the better mood in our house than when it's cold and rainy that's for sure I want to get to couple that angel stories your thoughts on bleisure close with you know Stevie why bring him back I did post that story in with them many huge opinion at the time I said he hasn't been the reason why they haven't gotten back to the Stanley Cup playoffs or why they lost so many games your thoughts on blast getting another year with Stevie what yeah I mean I think you know at the end of the day all that stuff all what we have gone through and you want to have somebody's character you want to expose somebody up for lack of character you want exposed somebody for that losing character you expose somebody who is selfish or B. E. R. the world against me I've been dealt a bad hand can't hear me slash what what you've done and kept his chin up and work and not quit and be still Pablo soccer coach protectors players and and help each one of those younger guys and try to get the young guys to blossom and manager he goes it added jobs the stress level in the locker room I'm sure would drive their careers where they are or you know whatever happened to them and then I mean it is no small task and so I mean like you said he is the tough times that have been going on in Detroit well certainly expose you and you'll be exposed her to your true colors come out and and certainly I think you have true colors and come out and and and the rewarding because of of Kuwait your chapters no surprised all the way to compare and you'll quit there is trying to make life better and and the fact that you know he is the one when we get up when we get a cream and you know at that that I think he feels is talented enough and if you could make an honest assessment on his coaching staff then and there they'll be probably some there there might be some they'll be another evaluation but meantime built for you that's a guide one player or the guy's not because not gonna cry not complying not to worry about his job and can you be better not that cool I want to suit up for the day him my global nose job leisure well also knows the game of hockey coach by so we'll be back for your number six with Stevie Y. as the wings head coach are your thoughts on the NHL Hey looks like they're just waiting on the medical clearance now can also maybe some individual states some travel restrictions so they have a checklist in place on that side but the planned with a couple of hubs for the eastern and Western Conference with twelve teams from each side an expanded playoffs Stanley Cup format at least it looks like the NHL's ready to go if they get that medical clearance yeah I think you know it's the only because you know jump through some hoops here and and crossing cities indicting smite your but it was great last week when they announced the whatever whoever's in charge of travel and that the African command from a bunch of major league second comment mentor women we can come in and come here and start to ramp things up again so you know it goes out thing I'll start everybody hates her for some athletics student pro sports and certainly there's a lot of reasons the NHL optical A. and competition and a lot of money on people here still in sponsorship dollars and and and trying not to screw the league for the next one and try to be ready to go and get your we going again in twenty twenty twenty twenty and twenty one hello yeah I think it's fabulous great channel got the guys to come back and kind of get here and play again hello but I think we can all see that every probably every kind of sporting normal sporting schedule no normal timetable every kind of rhythm of life the end of the year is is is going to be up up you know up for debate in and be moved around in the heat of playoff hockey going until August September you know who knows and who knows when the next season kind of starts I think exciting I think it's hopefully gonna pull this all together and get people you know to be great casual stance gonna I mean a lot to watch something so it is to this golf match that on Sunday and our del Sunday when I match went on the ten and out of your ship and stuff so he's gonna try to get out there and get all the either starving or something to watch yeah well done that man I know it takes a lot of grief Michael from past and current players in a lot in the media especially the people of Vancouver maybe Toronto maybe a lot of Canadian cities but I think he's done a good job working with the NHLPA and when you look at what baseball's going through on money and going back and forth they've kept this all behind closed doors to get a deal done to have a plan and it looks like if they get the medical clearance we'll see hockey probably August and September then my guess is they'll push back the start of the regular season into late December yeah I mean I place at all you know our league is going to be I mean there's gonna be some great sporting events in August October November manual it's almost impossible I mean there's some recent reporting that's going on there will be too much stuff on TV actually for people watching so many things going but it's Great Lakes initials pushing the envelope again they push the envelope by being the first franchise to you know put a franchise in the Vegas first thing to do that look was followed through everybody else can get there quick enough and then they really push the envelope to start this season and it being the first team to return error with the right safety protocols and showing being a leader how we're gonna get this done in our gonna how going to get pro sports back of mine so you do whether you like your appointment or not what your player manager and when he got up he certainly got a respected left for hearing aids and all our their ability to kind of take some chances here and and have played out very well the greed of from the youth hockey perspective with the southside ice arena in Byron center on the west side of the state in the fox motors hockey club in a ton of kids statewide who played youth hockey any update on the return of youth hockey what you're hearing what you're expecting in Michigan no I mean yeah I know I mean I you know every facility has stock they're stuck where you're at because of where you're where you're falling I'm starting to get a little bit antsy I know his parents everyone the kids are playing hockey get reliant yeah I mean I think you know you think about IT arena you can really space guys all the future rock you can be dressing outside drafting you will be at the rank you'll literally run into rank put your State Farm right not even a touch a door to get on the ice and one of your sessions over you're undoing your skates and out of the parking lot jump in your car again so we we I think you know we've we've talked a lot of work figure out how we were going to do that they fully and and that and our biggest thing is that the parents can help their kids are playing hockey is helping get better and and not worry about it and we're gonna deal with that right now we can provide comments also Michael stay safe my best to you and everybody in travel the crude south side and also the canoe family here on the west side of the state we'll talk soon all right well thank you very much bye hi my canoe but there's a guy who's got a really good on air you hear right there like he could be doing the NHL tonight I remember when he started you so quiet so I had to kind of look check them against the glass here in the studio he's a big guy but I think he learned that I told him step up or get out that was my first experience in studio with cannibal he's a big don't then I dropped my broadcasting gloves and said you want to go he said no I'm good since then we've been on the same page I was about twelve years ago we do have one final segment straight ahead news radio network.

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Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"H. S. I. N. S. dot com so I got wind late yesterday with the Dow Great Lakes bay invitational because the code nineteen that they were going to pass on doing the event two person team of and it was fantastic in year one we were there for four days and the beautiful Midland Country Club for listeners some one hundred point nine FM and what it did for the Great Lakes bay region Midland Bay City Saginaw beyond what it did for the state what it did for dial what it did for the community hi I was just for a first time event it was as good as anything I've ever been a part of well I knew when covered nineteen hit us back in March that things won't be normal this summer things won't be the same and the dell people waited until the last minute but less than eight weeks out there to make a decision and they decided that the wait until July two thousand and twenty one so the Dow Great Lakes bay invitational to personnel PJ team event put on hold and Chris Chandler is the executive director of the golf tournament is standing by live on the metro health university of Michigan health get assigned Chris welcome back Hey Ralph good to conducting an item good ties so you know you guys waited about as long as you could to make this decision in the end it was just over nineteen in the health and safety of everybody connected to the tournament and you decided to put it off for a year but bring it back in July two thousand and twenty one yeah that's right that you know you know these these events the you plan these things for a year I mean we started planning for twenty twenty the day after twenty nineteen and then you know so we're down to the wire right now you know we're fifty eight days away you know you had to make a decision based on the information we got in with with what the governors outline for the state of Michigan right now you know we got a pretty conservative road ahead of us and yeah we looked at all factors this is an event we built with and for this community as you mentioned the the Great Lakes bay region here and you know it's how it would be it would be hard to put on an event of this scale in this magnitude you know without fans are limited chains with which is what you know some of the events are doing or proposing that they'll do and also have a team of and I talked about this and my opening huge opinion today that having a team event where teams have to talk about the animal night shots and what they're gonna do that created a different dynamic that other Gulf ovens when C. yeah you're right it does you know the players kinda need to confer with each other a little bit more than normal and you know the LPGA has been a great partner all the way through this and we looked at a ton of scenarios and options as are all of them and you know when it came down to it you know the health and safety of everybody's gotta come first and it was it was a tough decision but you know it's you know it's not coming out today we talked to a lot of our partners in the region one of our sponsors operational partners and everybody has got a hundred percent supportive you know it's a it's a tough decision but but it serves the right decision and every single person we talked to today said Hey will will be there right by your side twenty one which is awesome Chris Taylor executive director of the dell Great Lakes bay invitational two person team event on the LPGA tour they have postpone this year's event they'll be back in July two thousand and twenty one of the beautiful Midland Country Club was there any thought of looking at a later date a push in the back by a month or two and working with the L. P. G. A. was there any conversation there may be give it a couple more months to see where things would be yeah there there's a lot of that conversation for all the events right now and you know the unfortunate thing right now is we're we're getting pretty tight hung on the schedule they've you know they've not had ten events cancel and I think thirteen or fourteen reschedule and the issue becomes all the ones that reschedule before us have now taken all of the open weeks where they even move back the the scene in the tour championship which is normally played in mid November and that was the end of their season they've now moved back to the week of December twentieth to open up new weeks but all those weeks are full on the calendar right now so there's there's literally not one open week so this keeps going you know it's they don't open up there's there's just not a lot of options left especially for the Midwest here you know I mean we're not playing golf much past September here and so you know you gotta find a summer day to Chris Taylor executive director of the dell Great Lakes bay invitational to personnel P. J. T. moving your one was fantastic here too because a covert nineteen and health and safety concerns are going to wait and do it again in July two thousand twenty one of the Midland Country Club for listeners on one hundred point nine FM and I knew with euro van how community focused it is and how interactive it was in year one that doing it without fans would have been a tough thing to pull off yeah well Hey if you talk to any determined director any anybody in this business doing event with no fans and that is not very very good on the finances that's for sure you know you lose out all your sponsor revenue all your ticket revenue all your special events but you know that that's just one of the factors that goes into many you know yeah you're right we had we had over thirty other events happening the week of the golf tournament besides just the golf event itself so you know there's a lot that goes on in a lot for the community was built a huge food festival brand here called eat great that saw over two thousand people come out and and tasted samples from sixty different restaurants and breweries and wineries and so there there is a lot for that week and it did it would be really hard to look at community in the face and say Hey we're bringing all these players the talent but nobody can go watch or be a part of it it was the right move considering where your tournament was that the less than two months from today tough decision but the right decision for the double team and also for everybody connected to the dial Great Lakes bay would Tatian all they will be back and I'm sure they'll be committed to the LPGA tour partners for a long time July two thousand and twenty one follow of the Great Lakes bay invitational the downgrade experimentation on Facebook Twitter and online Chris I'm glad we caught up again and I'm glad that the house still committed to the event moving forward after this year yeah absolutely and you know one one positive thing for further region here twenty one will now be year two of our contracts we did extend that by lawyers so so we'll be here three twenty four and with a twelve point seven million dollar economic impact on this region that's that's big per person small cities here Hey you're too will happen in your three but then you get the bonus here and that's a live math on the huge radio network with Chris Chandler from dell my best to you in the dell team and everybody who was working over the last ten months and putting that golf tournament together I look forward to being a part of it July two thousand and twenty one and we'll talk soon Chris sounds great thank you yeah same to you good partner tell people are good people one a.

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"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Metro health university of Michigan help yes sign suppressor looking at hardball with no spring ball they're doing their work I would see him home at home at the local park whatever they're doing the players of the impact of no off season basically for the most part then let's say that they get the green light to go a little early in July maybe get a two three week expansion on conditioning but the impact would you looking for a new quarterback to replace Shea Patterson who just signed with the cheese what will this do to a Michigan football team that really has a big gear in front of them yeah it's huge especially as we talk about up front that was the one area where the spring was really important was finding offensive lineman and then that's just the first one but the second one and how bad play together and have a job and when you're trying to do that in the file we've seen him do that before and when you stop trying to put the pieces together in October then you're in trouble the good news is that that one of the best in the business and M. Warner doing that as an offensive line coach and he said you know I have I'm ready but man he really would have liked to have seen like to see who could do what at what position center position for example replacing Cesar Ruiz who was a first round pick is going to be a redshirt freshman and Jack carpenter I know they love him as Dr John Jansen Michigan's former all American about him he's seen and he loves them and they had a walk out in the back up or last year entered the start is and he's back so but these are critical positions and you've got to get the timing down to whoever that centers with your quarterback but something that a lot of people took for granted was how well released it snapping the bond and running the show so that's the area in my opinion that's gonna struggle the most that finding that number one running back they've got a few to choose from but getting the timing down with the receivers you know with Dylan McCaffrey or Joe Milton whoever the quarterback is going to be you know the mission seven on seven time in the summer this is a time when you really can get to know each other even though it's out in the spring and the summer even though it's informal you still get an idea of what I can do and where he's going to be on the football field and obviously not having that in the spring hurts as well so and then on the defensive side of the ball you know finding more time for us to to find the interior lineman Matthew Smith as a kid that they wanted to see a lot more of some conditioning issues I think it was related to half in some of his breeding issues that they wanted to see if we could be an every down guide if you could be reliable on the interior finding that extra quarter back and and the safety position you've got a lot of question marks and like you said a big year you know for this Michigan football team ring was huge for them so it's really the experience teams that are going to suffer as much guys that you know that have been around for a long time and and they bring in experienced offensive line to defensive lines back experienced quarterbacks they're gonna be okay this would've been a huge spring from Michigan to really get some of those questions answered on both sides of the ball they are in good hands with Jaylen Mayfield other grand rapids Catholic central as I mentioned before the top of last hour then you know he has a chance to if he continues his hard work during the off season in and season he has a chance to be all big ten push for all American and you know upgrade is two thousand and twenty one draft stock yeah and it's amazing seeing him and and first round draft boards are ready and and scheme you know diabetes she was not a big ten offensive linemen in the early nineteen nineties we break down film every week during football season I like the good and the bad may feel just got better and better and better and he's got that as you're looking for like a band brothers and worries that just trying to get to do his job but he's trying to put a guy on the ground and finishes blocking where guy down by the fourth quarter which is what those great lines in the early nineties did in that in the NFL and the NFL line as we used to call it in the late nineteen nineties did at Michigan they weren't just about you know okay I've done my job and and move on here it's about making sure that you're gonna be insured to take over in the fourth quarter and Mayfield's one of those guys if you watch him shall only be a redshirt sophomore so you're talking about a guy that you know you'll be stuck around for a couple more years but you don't know because he's just bend is has he just all of it is game so much but having him out there Ryan who's as a kid in traverse city who really got some time really the offseason would've been huge for me for him from a conditioning standpoint he needs to get stronger but to play extremely well when he was called upon to start in the opener last year due to injury and and had a really good really good few games so I think they feel really good about the tax on the bodies on the interior so their bodies they're in and and speaking to ed Warner at times when I run into him crossed paths with me you know he said these guys are unbelievably talented we've got so much talent so much death it's just a matter of getting them together and seeing what we have but I don't think there's any question of the offensive line is on the rise Michigan and may feel the big reason for that have a quarterback situation not having a spring practice game whatever you wanna call it not happen all the players together to throw through the summer at least right now it doesn't look that way maybe earliest would be sometime after the first of July in your trying to introduce a new quarterback command that mill McCaffrey battle I and you have Washington on your schedule as is right now on September fifth Rhoda that is the quarterback situation I I was talking with some buddies who are all Michigan fans and I said look he hasn't you know yeah Patterson for a couple years and even Patterson in a new offense again as he was inconsistent early in the year you kind of got it together midway through but they have not had consistent QB play outside of Jake Rudock really start to finish in year one with hardball yeah and part of that is on the offensive line if you look at some of the issues that they had they came together for rack but you know what what with working space in there he got just absolutely destroyed to the point that he was playing with a broken collarbone and that last game against Ohio state and it's tough it's tough enough to go to Columbus and win a game down there when you're healthy I had to go there and play with a broken collarbone but he suffered the week before against Iowa makes it even tougher so it really starts up front and that's again one of the big reasons that spring was so important but the good news is is that these guys have both had taken a tall wraps in the last few years so it's not like it's completely foreign out there people know what McCaffrey can do people know what Milton can do it's just the fact that some of these new young receivers are gonna get an opportunity to catch balls from them they're not gonna get the reps that they need so but I do expect the competition to bring out the best in both of those guys but Michigan you're right is still waiting for that guy that that will be and frankly like an Ohio state quarterback right you can go back fourteen fifteen years and look at the deciding factor in the Michigan Ohio state game say okay when was the last time a Michigan quarterback really profound the Ohio state quarterback in the game Devin Gardner did a one year when they lost by a point and a missed two point conversion without Robinson certainly get it back in two thousand eleven but other than that man of the their their skill position players are better have risen to the occasion and have played their best in that game that's what you need from the quarterback position I do think that McCaffrey and they'll both have that make up and that leadership ability to be that bad weather games that going to be too big for them if you look at the other swag that they bring to the position but they've got to prove it man and it's past time that those preposition players brought out their best in that game I have a new quarterback and the younger players the early enrollees the guys to get there in June and and work out with the QB's and work out with other players that's that's the biggest loss for Michigan with but again the pandemic is much more important for but from a football perspective that that is that is big of a loss at the time yeah without a doubt yeah and and again at the timing and everything else with the receivers and the quarterbacks and what you would hope and that's one thing the data said the other day on a podcast these guys are really they're doing Joe meetings and things like that and really learning their playbooks that's an area that a guy like had an error last year for example you didn't really fully grasp the playbook this kid's gonna be outstanding if and when he does remember talking to Jim Harbaugh about that at one of his press conferences you know you see these kids finishing every black and he's got unbelievable and we can start in the spring game last year he was a freshman early enrollee thank goodness kids going to be a stud but he had some issues with the playbook that should not be an issue now right because you got nothing else to do here are you better have your had met in that playbook if you want to play and I think that's what Dennis said he was really encouraged by that what he was seeing their and that aspect of it so that's what these guys have to do that gotta be that guy come back in July whenever they come back bill and and be prepared like okay we're starting in July rather than August these guys have got to have it have it down because you're gonna be doing a lot of making up here over the last and over the next several weeks medically of things to improve in Michigan in this country I think the NC double a will allow them a couple extra weeks of conditioning in July let them extend up fall camp that would be my best guess on that Chris balas Wolverine dot com Michigan insider is joining us all the way until five forty this afternoon if you have a Michigan football.

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"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

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"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Doctor metro health university of Michigan health is joining us we mention the numbers today there's still some positives to look at everything when you're looking at grass said things are shaping back the other way I could especially out state Detroit now some say well we need to keep our guard in place because what if Detroit nat area brings it to the rest of the state what's the likelihood of that happening yep you know it's possible I I personally think it's it's relatively low just because we are so sensitive to it now is the you know the nation and we're aware of that you know being a possibility it again if we were entered if we didn't we were you know think about that I think I'd be much higher so is that a possibility absolutely just because we don't know what's gonna happen when we start to open things up but I think because we because we are so focused on this and so many good people are trying to figure out what's the right way to open things up you know I I think the likelihood of that happening is small I think there might be a bump up but again we're gonna be in such a better much better position to deal with that we've been leaders in P. P. E. N. and all that type of thing so that if it does happen if we see a bomb the response will be better you know you had a chance to prepare for here in west Michigan and and all around the country yeah that second surge of income switch everybody's prepared for the weather is a lot of caution if it doesn't come and it doesn't arrive with a significant number of fatalities connected to with I I think they'll be a different reaction absolutely I think we we know so much more about it now it's still something to be wary of very wary of it's still gonna be as contagious but I think we have a couple things going for us we've we've had time to prepare we'd we know a lot more about it now we know a lot more about it even in two weeks instead of being four weeks and will be six weeks and you know as far as the kind of you know where it's really been prevalent in the United States of America and we'll be watching for these you know these hot spots and try to do something about it before they they get out of hand I love reading about that you know university of Michigan health systems they didn't need there's many hospital beds in the remote facility a thousand beds was scheduled for that remote hospital at the suburban collection showplace in Novi that was I think downgraded to two hundred fifty before it opened up from a thousand so the signs are there that we need to keep up the social distancing let's all get to April thirtieth and then see where we're at and go from there yeah I think the harder we work now the better will be off in April the medical side of this because there is a debate now should the medical professionals who have guide us or that our guides through all this should they guide businesses back to opening up or should that be in the hands of federal or state governments what's your thought on when is the right move to start to reopen the economy in Michigan and across this country that needs to be a collaboration could you absolutely need the medical people to try to tell you what the chances are something's going to happen to you then you have to repeat again you have to prepare for the worst case scenario if you don't have to you don't have to prepare and and not have a plan for best case scenarios are middle case scenario but you have to be prepared for the wait worth case scenario but I think you have to have a group of people all working together to try to figure that out it should be to me simply medical person to me simply an economist that should be simply a politician it should be it should be a group of people that all have the same interest which is making sure everybody safe when they get going again but they all have different strengths may bring different you know different strengths to the table in different and different perspective Dr K. when we do open up businesses and hopefully it will be the first of may with limitations for social distancing what what do you think would be so if let's say the the the business owners of Michigan I don't know if there's a group by the name of hypothetically speaking they came to you and said this would be the best way to open up small business to big business what would be your recommendation well good question I would say continue with it with the social distancing and that that the the stores that are open now are really our best chance he was going on so you have a store like Myer or another store that's an essential business that is serving a population right now this is a good way to see what's going to happen and so if we know that with with how things are going with the new you know stores like Myer and and we can replicate that with other small business I would say look look what would thirty work too because it had some businesses open and let's let's move from there and in a place like a like a like a restaurant and you would have maybe some some limited type of seating available and and again I would I wouldn't be opposed to you know having sort you know even face masks again you gotta take MAPI but when you're moving about you know to wear those and and just try to gradually he kinda lift the lid off this thing but based on what we already know and looking at different parts of the country which aren't as close as we are I think I saw that you know obviously talk about the governor's out east are working together Connecticut New York New Jersey I saw yeah I think Oregon Washington California and some those governors gonna work together well guess what we've got some states around us too that are under is a little different and different ballgame than we are and how do we work with the state that are right around us to come up with okay what what it Ohio do and how did that work when they left some of their stores open what did Indiana do and to look at those because we have models that of stores that have already been open and I think we use those and continue to social distance and and continue to hit hard that Hey this is very important that we do this in a in a in a and appropriate manner and I think the American people will do the right thing I'm in total agreement with Dr K. I've listened to him from the first day we hadn't confirmed cases in the state of Michigan he has delivered in a professional opinion throughout the process and continue to do it as long as we're in the situation in the great state of Michigan again metro health dot net a gun a family physician sports physicians Dr granola after metro health and anything in any questions have a covert nineteen banner the online screening tool and more at metro health dot net ed good stuff as always we'll talk on try to get an update sounds good everybody be safe out there Dr K. joining us on this huge opinion Monday presented by all the brilliant steak house and grills we do have one final segment straight ahead there is a huge he.

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San Antonio Metro Health recommends wearing mask in public as COVID-19 cases continue to rise

Charlie Parker

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

San Antonio Metro Health recommends wearing mask in public as COVID-19 cases continue to rise

"All may run urine burns says metro health is recommending that all San Antonians over the age of five where some type of cloth mask while in public mayor is asking residents don't go with the surgical of those N. ninety five masks since those are needed by health care workers mayor also says residents need to take extra precautions due to the increase in the community spread cases significant transmission throughout the community

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"metro health" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"metro health" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Little ball with metro health director Sarah more year anytime you leave your house here risking getting corona virus and so does the same messaging stay home when you go out on your social worker go to work when you get home washing hand wash your clothes those important things that to think about Dr more you're speaking on the mayor's daily Facebook update of course the mayor still in quarantine due to his wife contracting coronavirus he'll be there until March thirty first we go to Frankfort now that's where the General Assembly has taken action moving forward on a corona virus relief measure that's now headed to the governor's desk the bill passed unanimously yesterday and includes provisions to protect workers and businesses and is intended to reinforce emergency measures it also declares an emergency in the state unless restrictions on telehealth services we got a little more now that's where LMPD is releasing more details on their officer involved shooting from earlier this week police were following the suspect he would stab pregnant woman when the alleged attacker stopped on cabin would drive and fired shots at officers before continuing to talisman road where shots were exchanged the man was taken to you in the hospital with a gunshot wound the stabbing victim who was twenty six weeks pregnant gave birth at you a hospital and is said to be in stable condition along with the baby the officers were identified as sergeant Brian evanoff detective Chad Stewart and detective Mike Woodard all three are on standard administrative leave the suspect identified as Byron Johnson is charged with two counts of attempted murder Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. going back to corona virus the caseload in Louisiana continues to outpace nearly every other spot in the country with more than twenty three hundred people mainly in the New Orleans area testing positive for corona virus in at least eighty three of them have died this is Jim Ryan the suspicion of state and local leaders is that the virus may have been introduced to Louisiana during Mardi Gras weeks ago on CNN New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says if we were given clear direction we would not have had monograph she says the federal government was too slow to warn about the approaching pandemic and LMPD is investigating the city's latest homicide after a shooting victim got into a car crash and died LMPD responded to the crash at the intersection of ninth and Broadway around nine Thursday night arriving to find a man.

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"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"metro health" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"In the metro health university of Michigan health guess on welcome back Mr shrub they are gone hi we're trying to figure out the lines and I know the bears are under fire in Chicago nationally with Maggie in travail ski of the lions offense I think is vin good enough for this team to be in contention for the NFC north but that defense the map Patricia's been god awful and I just can't pick them to beat the bears in Chicago Sunday it's so it's really hard because the bears I mean they've been so bad no and yeah it's a it's one of those like will win this match up of the bears passing game which is terrible right now against the why of pass defense which might be worse anybody so something's got to give yeah in our don't know if it's just one of those games between the two confounding teams that you just can't figure out I'm probably gonna declined because they got the better quarterback I think that's the thing is that the although it has been good the staff a good year it stinks for him that MetaTrader defenses and let the team down because I ate using you know I I'm not saying the matter so within the PLO anything but let's say they were you know what only find three at this point six and two whatever Hey he'd be in the conversation but it is not is not is false he you know he's not playing quarterback he's not the one used in the is it the same way all kind of boring tire scheme to get beat over over by them he's not the one that trade a quandary takes because they close to vocal in a locker room and that doesn't jibe with what map attritional onsite is it stinks that this team is kind of a leading now Matthew Stafford is is where that would have banned the sale of a few months ago his name is throwing show of Yahoo dot com NFL insider joining us yeah and when I read the free press story oddity choice of room quadrate digs Sega mad he was let go because Patricia want to control the locker room and that things weren't going that great in Detroit in the kind of fits defense going from number ten in the NFL to the bottom of the NFL in less than a year yeah and they look good every day says issue the one I'm playing great but I just I I need to just pile on that the crash but he he makes it easy sometimes this is kind of a bad coach that each under bill Belichick things upbringing bill Belichick's football Ackman into this you just again I I cover Josh McDaniels it with the trial with the Denver Broncos and John Dingell took every single bad thing that the bill Belichick dollars and thought that that would make him bill Belichick will make a great is that he's a legitimate football genius he he knows exactly what he's doing you know how to the actual snow like nobody else it's not because he cuts all smoking guys are trade causing a primal it's kind of a crappy what the media is that specified show and that's fine but these guys like Patricia McDaniels Charlie Weis that this to where they just decided that Hey if I'm a jerk to the media that makes me bill Belichick by quandary decks for magic bean because like we're going to get you know control little rocker McGill read of anybody's outspoken that does make it double check it'll make it'll knowing okay enter your you're doing dumb thing at hand I it's just that it's a symptom it's look I'm not gonna sit here and tell you like what makes a difference between the lines when you're losing games but when you look at that and I a it is critical to be believe me I don't know why you wouldn't believe them then the callous symptom of why this doesn't seem to be working all day what he he got his guys in there then he signed all they will sign former patriots players Danny Amendola so we'll pay him and so he got his start in I don't think you can necessarily sit here to say well we need to get along relation if you have more time if you look most of these should be playing a heck of a lot better and I have been it is kind of trouble well the troubling part is in you seen this before in the NFL that you can tell when it when either one side of the ball or the entire team isn't playing for the coach or coordinator you can see and it usually is indicated by a sudden drop where you can explain why yes and I think that I I I I wanna say was Darius slay I II you guys probably knows better than me that and I just I'm passing but when there is a place that I believe this I am just writing here we're running up saying staying over over over getting getting beat the same exact ways week after week culture terrible coaching stand hill for golly again who's supposed to be he's possibly a defensive genius like of all the things that you may or may not have been able to do the head coach one thing you should have been a calling card is our defense can be well coached our our defense can have good genes and an hasn't come to fruition and it just he looks like a guy who left the bill Belichick matched and is being exposed and I I agree with you when you when you look at one or one side look all measures playing late have this huge drop and it wouldn't seem like there's any answers and it's not look I know they've had their injury issues but everybody had injury issues internet lines injury issues are not that back because some other teams around the league with it with the teenagers one side of all this all the power yeah you you got a look at what the coaching in that it has some point at least a good part of the blame falls on that for the day because article with quandary digs the former Lyon and this is from his conversation with digs last night he said his trade from Detroit wasn't quote totally unexpected because things are not great there and that ultimately lines decided to move on because they wanted to quote control voices in their locker room when you hear this from a team captain and the guy that they just gave a three year extension to during the off season who was a Pro Bowl alternate a year ago from a six in ten team and you set him free and he says that that's all you need to know about Matt Patricia in the locker room in Detroit that said yeah I think so I and again this is these are things that you know that's fine when you're winning so I gave you wanna do is you're switching to right now and and get a daily because these these are problem locker room well nothing no problem which is outspoken okay that's fine but it just seems like you're focusing on the wrong thing yeah I think that he could have done things a certain way and it's not a set low some of the things they will lose football games there is not like the fact that they're so robotic and and boring and I'm never going to say anything I it doesn't hurt or help is that what helps them is it an all time record and they have really good coordinator for the years and bill Belichick is the greatest coach of all time axis knows why specifically it's not because players don't give grateful to the meat sort of focus on that and to be wrapped up but now when you have a losing season we've given away games when your defenses it's terrible like a terrible specialist helping out it just leads me to believe that you know maybe this guy's in over his head again it's just I just having so many flashbacks of the covering doctor Daniels and him coming in and just selling all legal and washed up always washed up New England Patriots you go and focusing on all the wrong things and not worried about winning and losing there you go worried about what the team thanks of you will quadrate digs at story and Josh McDaniels did survive two seasons as a head coach of the Broncos and I compare him exactly to Matt patrician that's what I said when they hired Patricia you're either going to get the next Bella check or the next Josh McDaniels and I'm telling you.

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Ohio Addiction Recovery Program Uses Opioid Settlement Money To Help Patients

All Things Considered

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Ohio Addiction Recovery Program Uses Opioid Settlement Money To Help Patients

"Many people who survived drug overdoses spend time in emergency rooms after being discharged they face a high risk of overdosing again some communities are trying a hands on approach to prevent that cycle by connecting patience with coaches who have gone through the rigors of addiction recovery it themselves Nick stealth reports on efforts to expand that approach by using settlement money from opioid lawsuits this fall to northeast Ohio counties were slated to be the first to go to trial in a nation wide lawsuit over the opioid crisis but the defendants offered more than three hundred million dollars in cash and drug products to settle the case in the county's accept it well more than twenty five hundred other plaintiffs nationwide are still waiting for a universal settlement that could top tens of billions hi hoga and summit counties have their settlement money on the way and they're planning to spend much of it on anti addiction programs including hiring more people like Christopher hall hall is neither a doctor nor a nurse but at metro health Medical Center in Cleveland he offers patients struggling with addiction something unique common ground I was addicted I use heroin for fifteen years I grew up with alcoholism I know what you're going through and that really gets them to let your guard down in talking they're very relieved once hall gets patients talking he tries to sign them up for additional help like detox a residential treatment he's part of a pure recovery program at metro health so far the hospital has been happy with the results of its two year old program doctor Joan pap overseas opioid safety for the hospital and says it takes a lot of time and resources to support people in treatment that's time that hospital emergency departments rarely half with the help of a cure supporter somebody there to really guide you and hold your hand and in many cases Dr you directly to treatment that is just a world of difference now with this Cleveland area county wants to use opioid settlement money to fund your coaches that other local hospitals if successful that could help more people with opioid addiction like Patricia Withrow she met her peers supporter at a local treatment center in Cleveland she's a big part of my life actually my day if I don't talk to her at least once a day I feel incomplete Withrow has been sober for seventeen months when she had a recent cancer scare she says her supporter talk to her kids to help reassure them that kind of stress could push someone to relapse with roe says but she's been doing well it's taught me how to have actual relationships with people that are positive she taught me that she taught me how to set boundaries Withrow is referring to her peers supporter Nicole bachelor bachelor says she helps her clients work through the messy parts of their lives that can get in the way of recovery as their home environment is toxic or relationships or if they have barriers with food clothing shelter transportation all of those things kind of unraveling that but ultimately also helping a person just recover from different traumas and issues of life over the past five years as the opioid crisis has deepened peer support programs have in catching on launching in New York City Rhode Island Indiana and elsewhere Dr Elizabeth Samuels at Brown University coordinates with hospitals in Rhode Island well the results are still coming in she says hospital peer support programs seem to be effective they've been in that person's shoes they know what it's like they treat them like a human being they give them respect as this Ohio county moves forward other communities are still awaiting their share of settlement dollars to help bring people with addiction back from the edge of crisis

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