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"metro health department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:29 min | 6 d ago

"metro health department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Is news radio. Wait. 40 w H A s Your news now. Good morning. It's 11 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio Wait. 40 W. H. A s Louisville health officials say some local businesses are trying to skirt the rules. Regarding the governor's latest covert 19 orders. Nick Card is with the Metro Health Department. Also, other establishments are attempting to allow indoor Dining as well as indoor group activities just by listening garage doors that is still considered inside a cannot occur. Heart says a yoga studio was holding classes by wrongly claiming it was not a fitness center. Drive. Thru visitation is scheduled for this afternoon for L. MPD officer Martez Hughes. Hughes was off duty when he collapsed and died while playing tennis and Chickasaw Park last week. The visitation we help from two until six this evening at Rat Erman and son's funeral home on Bardstown Road. Drivin funeral for huge will be held tomorrow afternoon. It's Southeast Christian Church. A man who was one of three people listed on the warrant that led to the deadly raid on Briana Taylor's apartment is dead. Adrian Walker was shot and killed on magazine Street last Thursday afternoon. His name was on a warrant, along with Taylor's and Taylor's ex boyfriend, JaMarcus Glover. When your apartment was raided, Walker was linked to a home on Elliot Avenue that was targeted by Alan BDs Place based investigations unit. But is not related to Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker. And millions of families are planning smaller fees for Thanksgiving this year because of covert 19 correspondent Elise Preston reports that because of the pandemic, there is some good financial news for those committing. Putting together a full turkey day meal, she says. The price of Turkey is down 7% since last year, and many people of abandoned buying a large bird and instead or buying turkey, legs, breasts or smaller birds. The American Farm Bureau federation says the classic Thanksgiving meal for 10, including a £16, turkey, sweet potatoes, stuffing, rolls, cranberries, veggies and pumpkin pie. Because just $4 in 69 cents per person down 20 cents from 2019. A drop in the price for the holiday bird is the main reason why the price of Turkey came into the dollar 21.

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"metro health department" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 6 d ago

"metro health department" 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 department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"metro health department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"U. H. J s. Our top story is Kobe 19 and the Commonwealth Governor Andy Bashir says another prison outbreak has been reported. Governor Bashir B is reporting 2120 new Corona virus cases This thing is spreading. It is spreading really fast. There have also been 11 new desk and the governor is reporting a covert outbreak at a prison in eastern Kentucky. We have a new outbreak in our league Adjustment center. Which is a privately operated prison in our state system. They're currently 94 positive inmates and several test results are pending. There also appears to have been an outbreak involving the Kentucky State Police Training Academy. One cadet has tested positive. Six others are showing covitz symptoms. Whole miles. News radio 8 40 W yes, back in Louisville to Metro Health Department says they're going to be cracking down on establishments that aren't following the mask rules. Environmental health manager Nick Heart says his inspectors will be out in force during peak times. We are pretty much Quadrupling the amount of time that we're going to spend on evening late night in weekend surveillance, ensuring that businesses and events are following face covering and other guidelines. The Health Department will also begin publishing a list of businesses violating those measures. Louisville remains in the red Zone for covert cases. Kaylie Hanson. NewsRadio Wait. 40 Yes. From there, we head to northern Kentucky, where it's a traffic.

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"metro health department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:38 min | Last month

"metro health department" 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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"metro health department" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on KNSS

"Our phone number throughout the show will be 855 470 to 82. 855 400 savage. Well, I happen to live in Nashville, Tennessee, and that's a good place to be today to cover our top story. From Fox 17. We get the take of the Corona virus cases on lower Broadway may have been so low that the mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided well, to keep that hush. Keep that a secret. Circle the word. Why would they do that? E mails between the mayor's senior advisor and the Health Department reveal on Ly a partial picture, but what they reveal is very disturbing. The discussion involves the low number of Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants. And you're ready for this part. How do we handle this? Now I have to you from the very, very beginning. Covert Israel. It's a virus. There are no cures for viruses, and they never go away. Viruses run their course. And here's how the courses run. You get it and you overcome it. In this case for most, you get it. You don't even know you had it. You get it, and it feels a lot like allergies and nothing more. For some, you get it. You don't feel so good. I feel bad for a couple days for very, very, very few. You get sick, You need care. And then for we don't know what the true answer is probably less than 1%. It's the final straw to a lifetime of illness. A lifetime of behavior. What does that mean? It means if you're elderly and your health is vulnerable, and you have co morbidity ease. This could be the final straw that takes shout, So it's serious for the elderly. If you have COPD or emphysema or heart failure or heart disease, Or maybe you're going through cancer and chemotherapy or you have some other kind of an illness that gives you a Immune system that doesn't function properly. It can be very, very dangerous. Now. A lot of time has passed since it arrived in a lot of things we didn't know. We now know of the things we know now. From what we didn't know they won going all the way back to January. Turns out obesity and diabetes is pretty dangerous thing to have with covert. Other than that everything is exactly as Johns Hopkins explained it when it came out. So for most Get it Don't even know you had it or mild symptoms for very few. You feel sick for a minute Few. You need a little care and then for a desperately small minute portion of America. Probably 1%. Along with the other comment, Co morbidity said, are in the process of taking your life. They can take it immediately. So from the very beginning, If you were looking at this from a health standpoint, you say where you get it and get better. You get it, You die or we get a vaccination or perfect the ways to treat and we've come a long way and how we treated In the vaccination is coming now. They don't even like that news, right? Is the president rushing this vaccination? What is all that testimony about? As if the CDC has any say in when the CDC isn't making the vaccine, Fiza Rhys Fizer says. It'll be out end of October or early November, then no wonder the president saying that That's it. That's viruses, So everything else is really a reaction. To a medical concern. I was saying even back in March, while Dr Savage was saying, I mean, I don't listen every day I can't but From what I can exit Jeet, he has said. From the very beginning, there's a small group of people. We have got to circle the wagons and protect, but that's not what we did. We didn't We didn't.

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"metro health department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Corona virus. The Corona virus cases on lower Broadway may have been so low that the mayor's office and Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret. Okay, so the claim from the left is that Republican governors and mayors have been covering of deaths in cases. There's not evidence of this. There is now evidence that in Nashville, the mayor's office was covering up the fact that bars and restaurants were not vectors of transmission. So they could justify shutting down the bars and restaurants. They literally put thousands of people out of work in order to and then covered up the data, suggesting it was unnecessary. Is an insane story. E mails between the mayor's senior advisor and the Health department reveal only a partial picture, but what they reveal is disturbing. The discussion involves low number of Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and how to handle that. And 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 with more than 1000 cases. Traced. Teach category which makes sense. I mean, we know the nursing homes are chief factor. We also know that contract workers who are working in close proximity with each other tennis credit. Bars and restaurants reported just a 22 cases. Leslie woman from the Health Department asked. This isn't going to be publicly released right just in front 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 that were only 80 cases in all of Nashville, traced to bars and restaurants. Reporter Nate Raoul asked. The figure you gave of more than 80 does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of Copan 19 in 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. The name at the top of the responses clipped. But here is the answer. Quote. My two cents. We have certainly refused to give counts per bar. Because those numbers are low per site. We could still released a total Bo and in response to the over 80 could be that because the number is increasing all the time, and we don't want to say a specific number. Neither the Health Department or the mayor's office would confirm the authenticity of the emails. But a council member named Steve Glover had a Metro staff attorney inquire here was the official answer. I was able to get verification from the mayor's office and the Department of Health. These e mails are riel. Lover says they're fabricating information. They've blown their entire credibility. It's gone. I don't trust a thing. They say going forward. Nothing, he says. We raised taxes. 34%. We put hundreds of hundreds, literally thousands of people out of work there now worried about losing their homes, their apartment and we didn't on bogus data that should be illegal. Yes, it damn Well should be it Damn Well, should you want to build trust with the public? You know you don't do lie to them about the vectors of transmission. Schools are not main vectors of transmission. We don't know about bars and restaurants. Broadly speaking. What we do know is that national they covered up whatever data they did have. How are you supposed to trust public officials when their overtly lying to you? That's crazy. And and then the same people will be like the science has lockdowns are necessary. The science, the science and then the same people tryto Andrew Cuomo at the DNC to proclaim that he did a wonderful job in in coffin covered New York. Incredible. We'll get to more of the science is real gang uncovered 19 in just a second because Joe Biden give a big speech about science being really science being riel. We'll get to that. In just one second first. So, folks, if you really enjoy the Ben Shapiro, Shall we have a bunch of other shows over at daily wire, and they are all worth listening to let Matt Walsh tell you about his show. Hey, this is Matt Walsh. Shows of the Mat wall show. I want to tell you about my show if you ever had a chance to check it out. Listen, obviously, we know political issues are important, but I don't think they're the most important thing or the most entertaining thing. Frankly, that's why on my show, we take the focus away from straight politics and we talk instead about culture. Social issues, even pop culture. I mean, everything that affects your family in a direct way, because you don't wake up in the morning. Thinking about what bureaucrats in D C are up to. Our concerns are more immediate than that, and that's what I try to analyze, and that's where I bring the focus. So if you're looking for something that's a little different from most conservative shows, and you're hoping to hear about issues that go beyond D. C and that maybe aren't the issues. The mainstream media is talking about all the time. Then come check out the matte wall show Monday through Friday. ITunes soundcloud YouTube Anywhere you go for podcast. I'm there lurking in the dark. Awaiting washing. That sounded creepier than I wanted to. Anyway. The Matt Walsh. Oh, check it out. I'll see you there. Already so Joe Biden, the party off science gives a speech about vaccines and in the middle of the speech. He basically says, I like vaccines, and I like science, but I don't like Trump and I don't like Trump. And that means that I'm not going to trust a vaccine. But maybe I will trust a vaccine. But maybe I won't And then he fell asleep. Because that's what he does in the middle of his features. Harris Biden campaign Moving forward with alacrity Here was job so let me be clear..

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

Ben Ferguson

01:19 min | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 department" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Corona virus. The Corona virus cases on lower Broadway may have been so low that the mayor's office and Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret. Okay, so the claim from the left is that Republican governors and mayors have been covering up deaths in cases. There's not evidence of this. There is now evidence that in Nashville, the mayor's office was covering up the fact that bars and restaurants were not vectors of transmission. So they could justify shutting down the bars and restaurants. They literally put thousands of people out of work in order to and then covered up the data, suggesting it was unnecessary. Is an insane story. E mails between the mayor's senior advisor and 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 how to handle that. And most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public On June, 30th contact tracing was given a small view of Corona virus clusters. Construction of nursing homes were found to be causing problems with more than 1000 cases traced. Teach category which makes sense. I mean, we know the nursing homes are chief factor. We also know that contract workers who are working in close proximity with each other tennis credit bars and restaurants reported just a 22 cases. Leslie Wallet from the Health Department asked. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just info 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 that were only 80 cases in all of Nashville, traced to bars and restaurants. Reporter Nate Raoul asked. The figure you gave of more than 80 does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of Copan 19 in 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. The name at the top of the responses clipped. But here is the answer. Quote. My two cents. We have certainly refused to give counts per bar because those numbers are low per site. I could still release the total bow. And then a response to the over. 80 could be that because the number is increasing all the time, and we don't want to say a specific number. Neither the Health Department or the mayor's office would confirm the authenticity of the emails. But a council member named Steve Glover had a Metro staff attorney inquire here was the official answer. I was able to get verifications from the mayor's office and the Department of Health. These e mails are riel. Lover says they're fabricating information. They've blown their entire credibility. It's gone. I don't trust the thing They say going forward. Nothing, he says. He raised taxes. 34%. We put hundreds of hundreds, literally thousands of people out of work. They're not worried about losing their homes, their apartments and we didn't on bogus data that should be illegal. Yes, it damn Well should be it Damn well should be you want to build trust with the public? You know you don't do lie to them about the vectors of transmission. Schools are not main vectors of transmission. Hey, we don't know about bars and restaurants. Broadly speaking. What we do know is that national they covered up whatever data they did have. How are you supposed to trust public officials when their overtly lying to you? That's crazy. And and then the same people will be like the science has lockdowns are necessary. The science, the science and then the same people tryto Andrew Cuomo at the DNC to proclaim that he did a wonderful job in in coffin covered New York. Incredible. We'll get to more of the science is real gang on covert 19 in just a second, Because Joe Biden give a big speech about science being really science being riel. We'll get to that. In just one second first. Have you ever had your information stolen online? It is no fun. No fun at all. And I actually had my credit card information stolen. Some guy wouldn't bought NFL tickets, which again might have been worth it at the time. Not not anymore. But anyway, it's bad. Have your information stolen. So somewhere you're asking, Why not just use incognito mode, And the answer is because incognito mode does not actually hide your activity. Our Internet service provider can see every website you've ever visited. Which is why when I'm at home, I never go online without using express VPN..

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"metro health department" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:08 min | 2 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Our phone number throughout the show will be 855 470 to 82. 855 400 savage. Well, I happen to live in Nashville, Tennessee, and that's a good place to be today to cover our top story. From Fox 17. We get the take of the Corona virus cases on lower Broadway may have been so low that the mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided well, to keep that hush. Keep that a secret. Circle the word. Why would they do that? Emails between the merry Senior advisor and the Health Department reveal on Ly a partial picture, but what they reveal is very disturbing. The discussion involves the low number of corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants. And you're ready for this part. How do Now I have to you from the very, very beginning. Covert Israel. It's a virus. There are no cures for viruses, and they never go away. Viruses run their course. And here's how the courses run. You get it and you overcome it. In this case for most, you get it. You don't even know you had it. You get it, and it feels a lot like allergies and nothing more. For some, you get it. You don't feel so good. I feel bad for a couple days for very, very, very few. You get sick, You need care. And then for we don't know what the true answer is probably less than 1%. It's the final straw to a lifetime of illness. A lifetime of behavior. What does that mean? It means if you're elderly and your health is vulnerable, and you have co morbidity ease. This could be the final straw that takes shout, So it's serious for the elderly if you have COPD or emphysema or heart failure. Or heart disease. Or maybe you're going through cancer and chemotherapy or you have some other kind of an illness that gives you a immune system that doesn't function properly. It can be very, very dangerous. Now. A lot of time has passed since it arrived in a lot of things we didn't know. We now know of the things we know now. From what we didn't know they won going all the way back to January. Turns out obesity and diabetes is pretty dangerous thing to have with covert. Other than that everything is exactly as Johns Hopkins explained it when it came out. So for most get it don't even know you had it or mild symptoms for very few. You feel sick for a minute for you. You need a little care and then for a desperately small minute portion of America. Probably 1%. Along with the other comment. Co morbidity is that are in the process of taking your life. You can take it immediately. So from the very beginning, if you were looking at this from a health standpoint, you say where you get it and get better. You get it, You die or we get a vaccination or perfect the ways to treat and we've come a long way and how we treated And the vaccination is coming now. They don't even like that news, right? Is the president rushing this vaccination? Where's all that testimony about? As if the CDC has any say in when the CDC isn't making the vaccine, Fiza Rhys Advisor says it'll be out end of October or early November. The No wonder the president, saying that That's it. That's viruses, So everything else is really a reaction. To a medical concern. I was saying even back in March, while Dr Savage was saying, I mean, I don't listen every day I can't but Somewhat. Aiken, ex Ejide, He has said. From the very beginning, there's a small group of people. We have got to circle the wagons and protect, but that's not what we did. We didn't We didn't say if you're you know, like, well The protocol was if you were sick, stay home, but we don't give you anywhere to go, Did we? We closed every business. We closed your business. We made you stay home. We said if your kids were sick, they stay home from school. We didn't do that. We close every school in America. Unprecedented. We would quarantine healthy Americans. It was actually the worst thing you could do for covert. And what we failed to do. The sin of omission was not circled the wagons around those that were vulnerable and protect the few. And so we created a genocide in our nursing homes, which by the way is in this national story. Which is, by the way, the point of my whole entire opening monologue. There is nothing new News comes from the word new. There's nothing new. That's news. This is all narratives or the revelation of what we've been saying all along. Because Covad's ceased being for the majority a medical threat a long time ago. Oh, but it's always been an economic threat. It's always been a political threat, because it's always been an economic and political weapon, which is really the point. If I could cut to the chase of this opening monologue, why is it so important for blue Mayor's or blue Governors? Or blue operatives to keep Cove it alive. You're going to be hearing from the CDC director. Redfield. Why is it so important? We stay in mask you're gonna hear from Fauci. Why is it we can't get back to normal. Until well into next year. Why must co Vered stay alive? Because it's a weapon. And what you're starting to see. And what's starting to come to the surface is the proof of that Nashville is your first easiest to see, glaring and damning example. 19 e mails of these people trying to cover this up. Why Why would somebody that is the mirror of a city that is a destination city, meaning it makes its living is music City, Yusa. People from all over coming here, staying in hotels eating at restaurants going and watching live music are going to lie bars to hear live music. Why would you continue to destroy your city beyond what was medically necessary? Because it's a weapon. And a weapon is used to freeze you. A weapon is used to control you. It's because if I want to raise property taxes, 34%. I can't get the city Council to support and I can't get you to vote it in. Maybe I can use Cove it to slip it in. You know, Ah permanent tax increase for a perceived temporary medical danger. Well, that's convenient. Or maybe all of our policies like so many of the blue cities, and so many of the blue states have resulted into streets on fire, violent failed schools, unsafe neighborhoods. Anarchists on the streets stealing and that's a big story today. Reality is now you can thank Black lives matter. Riots for officially being the most costly man made damage to American property in the history of our country..

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"metro health department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:41 min | 2 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"But Aunt, you folks who are listening right now who are antifa and think that you're anarchist instead of Communist Ask yourself who all your brethren or so these people who are trying to recruit you. Who do they want for President this time around. Did. They won't Rand Paul. He's more of a libertarian. He's more what more to your liking. Do they go for Ron Paul before? No. They went for Bernie Sanders, an AOC These are the biggest big government people out there, so you cannot claim to be an anarchist and support Bernie Sanders at the same time, they're the opposite ends of the wedge. So what That's in. Speaking of opposite ends of the wedge, the wedge himself Ladies and gentlemen, chicken coop. Who has been trying to drive a wedge in Nashville. For whatever reason. I'm trying to still trying to figure out his motivation and all of this. If you weren't with us earlier are re camp. There were Siri's of e mails that were sent to the governor's office from the Metro Health Department that gave him the statistics on the Tracking the contact tracing of Corona virus, and he had asked them to break it down to a smaller groups like restaurants, bars and things like this. And so they did. And what they sent the mayor was an eye opening piece of statistic, Gry. That showed That all of all the bars and this is and this is from from going on the 29th. Of June. Of all the bars and jen joints in the city. They had only 21 cases of Corona virus. 21 cases of Corona virus. In the construction sites around Nashville. They had 1251 And the nursing homes they had over 1100. And so when you look at this You're going. Okay. So where's the problem? The problem is obviously in the construction sites. Were they closing down construction sites? No. They got 21 cases, and these are cases, not deaths. There's just 21 cases of people who had gotten they say Corona virus from a restaurant or bar 21 cases. And there's no again They don't even care about how many people died from, and that's what I'm looking at. If you have a bunch of folks who've got it and recovered because a young Then you just move on. You go. Okay. Well, you know That's not a big problem. You said. Well, they can give it to somebody again. We go back to the basic problem here is that the vulnerable people are not keeping themselves away from everybody else. It's not a matter of us staying away from vulnerable people. We need to do that. But it's vulnerable people keeping themselves out of harm's way. We're expecting an act like an adult. If you've got a serious underlying health issue that may make it so that you die or put you in an AA heightened risk of dying of Corona virus. It's on you to stay away from me. Not for me to wear a mask. Everywhere I go so that you can go out and do whatever you want to It is up to you to stay the hell away from everybody else unless you want to die, And I'm not saying you necessarily will. But you have you haven't elevated risk of it. So what we've been doing is we've got such a small percentage of people who are at risk of dying from Corona virus. But we've made everybody else jump through the hoop, you know, reminds me of and it's just hit me because I was trying to think of a great Correlation. An example with this just hit my bean. Are you ready for this is a straight off a satellite folks, This is roll right here. This is how the whole this is how the soups made folks. You remember Obama care? Remember what Obama care purported to do? It reported to fix the healthcare system. You know how many people had a broken health care system? About 2%. And so what we did was we fixed and I'm doing air quotes. Fix the health care system for the other 98% that didn't need it fixed. That's exactly what they're doing with Corona virus there telling everybody you have to wear a mask. You have to do this and I'm going So that this small percentage and it's not even 2% of the people going dying from this thing. So that these folks are not put in harm's way. Instead of saying to you stay away from everybody else Until this thing is cleared, we have a vaccine. Which is what we should have told him since March. But they don't tell them that they don't even tell him how to really take care of themselves by making sure their vitamin D levels are up. We don't tell them anything useful. What we do is we we quarantine healthy people and put mask on healthy people. Instead of telling the unhealthy people or the people who are potentially going to be unhealthy to quarantine themselves and stay away. So the Obama care thing is a great example of that. We took a system that was working splendidly for the vast majority of Americans, and they tried To make it so that we could help the 2%. And so we screwed up everyone else's health here or they tried to. They have not been successful in doing then. So that's what we're doing with this Corona virus thing, and that's what the chicken coop was doing. Instead of again, you know, I see if I were governor over me. I'll never run for these officers. I've never win because I'd be well, I don't know that I would have the popularity, but I would be too honest to win this. I can tell you.

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"metro health department" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Show. I'm sorry. Actually, I'm not sorry. Not sorry. You knew the shows that I turned down and notice. Speak to you. You would be very impressed with yourself data that I could tell you delivering the truth. Are you a citizen? Or are you a subject? I'm a citizen, and I'll ask whatever question I want to whenever I want to. If your subject you go on and you be a subject, I'm a citizen, Dana show putting a national locked down. Stay at home orders is like house arrest. It's it's it's you know, other than slavery, which was a different kind of her strength. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history that is William Barr and the Marxists immediately. Oh, yes, they pounced. They seized and then pounced and seized again in that particular order. Welcome back to the show and did a lash. Find me on the socials, Twitter ideal ash Facebook parlor and Ah listen from coast to coast or you can also watch the simulcast which is on channel 2 44. Ludo TV via the first You can also find at YouTube and Facebook as a well, he said. He was so when he when he was Comparing the restriction. The level of restriction involved. Indy locked down. As compared to the level of restriction in slavery that is a nuance that escaped the wee minds. Of the Marxist left, and they lost their ever loving minds and said me, and that's what the headlines have been. No one has actually really paid attention to what he has set on this, but he was right, he says. Put international lock down. Stay at home orders is like house arrest. And he said, specifically, and I quote other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. Different. She says, other than noting that that was the greatest intrusion on civil liberties, he says other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. And he's right. He is 1000%, right? He's talking about. Accepting slavery here because that was the greatest this Is the greatest. And aside from that, except that But nobody wants to listen. All they hear is what slavery and then they go crazy. He said slavery Burnin. I'm just Doesn't matter, but he's absolutely right. We've been seen this over and over again and to that point Whenever something comes up about the Rhona, I saw this. I want to bring this up. I'm actually gonna bring this up now and not I was gonna hold it. Hold it back. This actually comes from fox 17 dot com. You want to talk about civil liberties? I don't say the cove in 19. I don't say that because I don't take direction from Communist China. They will hang Corona virus. Emails from a national mayor's office show disturbing revelation. Listen to this, you guys The Corona virus cases on lower Broadway. They have been so low that the mayor's office in the Metro Health Department decided to keep it a secret. E mails between the mayor, senior advisor in the Health department reveal only a partial picture. But what they reveal is disturbing..

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"metro health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:23 min | 2 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Arrest. It's look, it's it's you know, other than slavery, which was a different kind of her strange. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history that is William Barr and the Marxists immediately. Oh, yes, they pounced. They seized and then pounced and seized again in that particular order. Welcome back to the show and did a lash. Find me on the socials, Twitter ideal ash Facebook parlor and Ah listen from coast to coast or you can also watch the simulcast which is on channel 2 44. Ludo TV via the first You can also find at YouTube and Facebook as well. He said he was so when he when he was Comparing the restriction. The level of restriction involved in the lock down. As compared to the level of restriction in slavery that is a nuance that escaped the wee minds. Of the Marxist left, and they lost their ever loving minds and said, And that's what the headlines have been. No one has actually really paid attention to what he has said on this, But he was right, he says. Put international lock down. Stay at home orders is like house arrest. And he said, specifically, and I quote other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. He says, other than noting that that was the greatest intrusion on civil liberties, he says other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. And he's right. He is 1000%, right? He's talking about. Accepting slavery here because that was the greatest this Is the greatest. And aside from that, except that But nobody wants to listen. All they hear is what slavery and then they go crazy. Here's that slavery. I heard him. I just Doesn't matter, but he's absolutely right. We've been seen this over and over again and to that point Whenever something comes up about Verona. I saw this. I want to bring your stuff. I'm actually gonna bring this up now and not I was going to hold it. Hold it back. This actually comes from fox 17 dot com. You want to talk about civil liberties? I don't say the cove in 19. I don't say that because I don't take direction from Communist China. They will hang Corona virus. Emails from the National mayor's office show Disturbing revelation. Listen to this, you guys The Corona virus cases on lower Broadway. They have been so low that the mayor's office in the Metro Health Department decided to keep it a secret. E mails between the mayor, senior advisor in 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 how to handle that and 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 with more than 1000 cases traced to each category, But Bars and restaurants. Reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller from the Health Department asks quote. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just info for the mayor's office in quote Right. Senior advisor Benjamin Eagles quote correct not for public consumption in quote A month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. Tennessee Look at reporter Nate Row asks, quote The figure you gave of more than 80. Does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of Corona virus, 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 in quote? Brian Todd, the Health Department official asked five other health department officials. Please advise how you recommend. I respond an email The name at the top of the responses clicked off the answer. Fox, 17 says is unacceptable. The direct quote. My two cents. We have certainly refused to give courts per barbeque to give counts per bar. Because those numbers are low per site. We could still release the total, though, and then a response to the over 80 could be because that number is increasing all the time, and we don't want to say a specific number. Unquote. Neither of the Health Department nor the mayor's office would confirm the authenticity of the emails. But council member Steve Glover had a metro staff attorney inquire. And here's the Here's the official answer from the staff attorney quote. I was able to get verification from the mayor's office and the Department of Health at thes e mails are riel. Wow. Steve Glover. With the Metro staff says this is an orchestrated cover up. He accuses them of fabricating information and blowing their entire credibility. He says he's been contacted by endless stream of downtown bartenders, waitresses and restaurant owners asking why would officials not released those numbers? Fox 17 News wasn't told by the Mayor staff office that this wasn't true. We were told to file a FOIA freedom of information. Just now allows us to ask the question. Why are you keeping this from us? Why would you even want to? It's just the real numbers rights, Fox 17 and what could possibly be an honorable motive? So here In Nashville. You have elected officials conspiring to mislead the public about the number of cases stemming from bar and restaurant Rio openings. So as to further Justify The lock down of bars and restaurants..

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"metro health department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:05 min | 2 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Despite the fact that the blue states have had tremendous death rates. If you take the blue states that we're at a level that I don't think anybody in the world would be a really level. Shocked the media was that the president would dare to suggested Kobe Dexter's high as they are because of The blue areas run by mayors and Democrats that disagree with the president. And have done the opposite and have some of the tightest restrictions in the area. And if you go down the list of the county's With the highest death rates from grown a virus. You'll recognize the names of all of Min if you don't live in New York and California. And one or two in Miami Dade, Florida. And it's It's a fact whether people like it or not. I don't like the fact that this president is willing to point out the truth about these things. Yes, that is Two things that contradict here one. It's a fact that those counties have the highest number of residents, though, to correct, you know, they do have their population centers, so that would be the argument to it. On the other hand, in a in a microscopic way. Looking around here. ST. Louis County has a terrible numbers and the craziest restrictions. Clearly, those restrictions aren't working the radio the restrictions that the actions that were taken, particularly in New York by Cuomo. Directly contributed to the the number of deaths they had their 24,000 deaths. Almost 1/8 of the U. S. Total came out of New York a terrible job with the nursing home situation. Oh, and you can look in places in Europe that have handled it differently, too. I will. Ah, I want to get back to this covert story here in just a second. I just lost my cause I was going to get a phone call, so I'll just go ahead with it with the covert story. Listen, What's happening in Nashville, Tennessee and Tricia? Thank you for pointing this story out to me. A TV station in Nashville has a little bit of breaking news. I want you to a T here here on how their mayor has been hiding. Statistics hiding the low number of actual cases reported by restaurants and bars but still keeping them closed in Nashville. Listen Breaking tonight. Corona virus cases at Nashville Bars and restaurants may have been so low so low, the mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep it a secret. E mails between the mayor, senior advisor and the Health Department reveal only a partial picture. But what is in them is disturbing. Yet it's disturbing when they realized it when they realized that there were only 22 cases traced back on June 30th toe, actual bars and restaurants. There was an email exchange between the Health Department and the mayor's office that said. This isn't going to be released publicly righteous for the mayor's office correct not for public consumption, said a senior advisor. To the mayor. And then, when reporters asked about it, they denied it. So since July, knowing that there were very few cases trace to bars and restaurants. In Nashville. Where, where bars you know and restaurants or where musicians go and they play and it's a huge business down there have been kept shut down. By the mayor in that city, even though they knew that they were fabricating numbers, one of the council member Steve Glover, no relation today that we know of said I was able to get verification from the mayor's office and they have Department of Health that thes e mails or riel. They are fabricating information. They've blown their entire credibility. I don't trust a thing, they said going forward. We raised taxes 34% and put literally hundreds of put literally. Thousands of people out of work that are now worried about losing their homes, their apartments and we did it on bogus data. I mean, what? Wow, you get you You've gotta wonder, and we already wonder about the numbers when we see them. Because we've heard reports of false negatives and over reporting of positive cases and underreporting of negative cases. But you see this and you just you just shake your head. It's too bad for the National mayor's office for getting caught. But think about all the places that aren't getting caught doing this thing. Yeah. You know, this is happening everywhere. Well, and the thing about it is we've got Sam page sitting over there in Clayton, who claims to have data that nobody else has. But he won't share that data. So now our interest for public consumption. Our intrepid reporters need to go file some sunshine requests and get the data. So we know where the transmissions are coming. We're actually tracing all this. We know where the problems are. The problems. Gyms are the problems. Churches. The problem's restaurants. Protests. Protests couldn't be approved. Come on Tricia on a thing. It's not a thing. Well, it would be a lot easier to enforce these rules. If the data supported you. And to get everybody on board and to stop the Other protests. So why wouldn't you just released the data? Why can't we be trusted with its true listen to this headline from the New York Daily News this morning 60% of U. S businesses closed during the pandemic. Have shuddered permanently 60% of the businesses. It's estimated that have closed since the start of this pandemic have folded permanently. This was an analysis by Yelp. Based on self recorded closures in their database. 163,700 American establishment's shuttered between March and the end of August in almost 100,000 of those have no plans to reopen. It has run them out of business. And then you hear maddening stories like this out of Nashville, and who knows where else that's been going on? I don't know the politics of the mayor down in Nashville. I can probably guess. But the question then comes Toh. Why are you not telling people the truth? Why would you continue to damage the economy? If you knew this wasn't the problem. It's just this is a self inflicted wound. On the American economy, and we've let him get away with it. Wow. Hey, Governor, Mike Parson.

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"metro health department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"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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Fear, language barriers hinder immigrant contact-tracing

All Things Considered

03:25 min | 3 months 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 department" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:54 min | 3 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on KCRW

"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 CIA. See, I'm more troubled by the 21st He was hospitalized and tested positive for Cove in 19 men tonight. You know, a week later, his mother and father also had to be hospitalized. Even as more of his family members caught Covad, 19 Tenorio says he never heard from the Metro Health Department. They see you then. 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, tracers 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 for machine important. Take thes E s ays into 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 letting Tenorio and his father recovered, but his mother never came home from the hospital..

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"metro health department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"metro health department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And deaths in the city of Louisville, Paul Miles as the latest numbers. The Metro Health Department reports 156 New Corona. A virus cases in the city, pushing the total to 6452 confirmed cases since the beginning of the pandemic. There have also been eight new desk with the ages ranging from 61 to 87. 244 Louisville Aeons have now died from the virus. The Health Department says 4198 people are known to have recovered from Cove in 19 Paul Miles. News Radio, 8 40 J S. L M PDS investigating four shootings that happened in a five hour period overnight. The first was just after midnight. Officers were called to Glendora Avenue to find a man who had been shot. He has non life threatening injuries. About five minutes later, they were on Riyadh, a drive to find another man who had been shot. His injuries were also non life threatening. About 20 minutes later, Alan Petey was called the University Hospital on a man who was dropped off there by private car with a gunshot wound. He's expected to survive. And in about 5 30 this morning, officers were on Hermann Street, arriving to find another man who had been shot and suffered non life threatening injuries. All of the shootings are being investigated by the major crimes unit. You know anything called the tip Line. 574 l M P. D The next news updates at 11 I'm Will Clark News Radio 8 40 W chairs This's use.

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"metro health department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"metro health department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Chinese restaurant after metro health department was on seeing this past day restaurant workers caught on camera washing the rags and restaurant supplies in the lake out back in the lake it all happening at the number one Chinese restaurant Robinson road in old hickory fox seventeen obtained video showing the rags hello look a cooking rack tools being washed in lake water then returned to the restaurant the daughter of the restaurants owners says that they always wash rags tools and other items in the lake for personal use however she admitted to to bring in some supplies back inside after she was shown the video or so you're caught on camera cameras were rolling when the daughter admitted the restaurant washes a a drain rack enough food rack in the lake water there are indeed used in the restaurant but he said food is never in direct contact with either of those okay to what area do with their test scores gonna be inspectors are gonna be out there check in that place from top to bottom right the number one Chinese restaurant number one is in the best where was that again that was in Nashville the reason that I say that is because my wife and I are heading to Nashville next month's all rolled not be on the bucket list number one Chad restaurant on a love Chinese too yes all right those grants that the destination off the list I'm a sweet and sour chicken can again yeah I know I like the chicken and broccoli where to be heading to Nashville for twenty fifth wedding anniversary twenty five yeah yeah graduation thank you that's a good one yeah yeah so but we'll be avoiding that particular restaurant for dinner no number one Jamie for me no thank you may I help you all right we'll get news update here it is news update time as we roll into Wednesday we call it all day we'll get back to your calls all just ahead thanks for hanging out with this here on America's trucking network and this is news radio.

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"metro health department" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"metro health department" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Overcome these obstacles nashville leaders are also working to address the problem with the metro health department juvenile justice center district attorney's office mayor's office church leaders public defenders and big brothers big sisters of america oh getting involved seventy carson for the tennessee news service the us secret services warning motorists businesses and police of a disturbing surge in criminal stealing credit card information at gas pumps fraudsters are installing a tiny device kaba skipper inside the gas pump device copies credit card information when customers pay this past weekend the secret service fanned out across the nation at more than eighty locations in twenty one states hunting for devices the secret service has remote fiftynine scammers from eightyfive locations during the initiative once criminals have the credit card information they are able to print fraudulent credit cards five thousands and use those cards to make purchases the secret service says that millions of dollars every year are being swiped from credit card information obtain at the pump it says one reason is it is so easy and it can be done quickly to reduce this chance of having credit card information being stolen here are some good options customers can pay with credit cards inside the gas station rather than at the palm paying with cash maybe the most effective way to stop credit card theft at the pump it is at time of year again coffee county schools family resource center is gearing up for its coffee county student expo a student supportive end to engage students staff and community organizations with the goal of combating barriers that hinder student academic success this event provides coffee county schools students in need grades pre k through twelve with a backpack school supplies hygiene items and much more taylor rayfield coffee ghani schools coordinator a family resource center said community partnerships and sponsors foster this program for necessary items for our students we're fortunate to live in a community that insurance the needs of our children are mad we're excited and look forward to working with our businesses industries and organizations on this event we need your support stuffing the bus powered by people's bank and trust company coffee county schools family resource center will be touring around businesses industries and organizations in manchester picking up needed school supply items so stuff the boss those interested impetus fighting will sign up for one specified school supply item to collect items needed pack of number two pencils color fences pens crayons wide ruled loose paper graph paper.

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