21 Burst results for "Metrohealth"

"metrohealth" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Are the proper and right thing to do. We can't even get on the same page. As far as having a conversation. 615737 w W T N got a lot more straight ahead. Information fueled opinion driven super talk. 99 7. From the W T, a news center. I'm Pamela for with your top stories of Florida Judge dealing a blow to the state's governor and Legislature judge in Leon County said Wednesday that Florida cannot enforce its ban on mask mandates. While an appeals court sorts out challenges to the law. Circuit Court Judge John C. Cooper said there is overwhelming evidence before him. That wearing masks does provide protection against Covid 19 for kids in crowded schools, especially since there is no vaccine available for kids under 12. This means the mask mandate prohibition is on hold. As the case works its way through the courts, it could make its way all the way to the state Supreme Court Mark Remillard ABC News. Meanwhile, Metrohealth is responding to a resolution from the Metro City Council. Urging the director to require masks be worn in public indoor spaces. In a statement, it says it recommends along with the CDC, the wearing of masks indoors, but it did not say it would issue a mandate. Instead, the department says the pathway to ending the pandemic is to improve the vaccination rates. Now to D. C. The Biden administration is telling X Trump officials to resign from military academy advisory boards or be dismissed. They include former White House spokesman Sean Spicer and Trump Adviser Kelly Kellyanne Conway, now in a letter to President Biden in response, Conway says, quote I'm not resigning, but you should That is the latest news spread human, the money you need from the Genesis Diamonds. WTN Traffic center, going north beyond on 65 Year Wedgewood Avenue, an accent and and Harvard edge Andrew Jackson Parkway at Lebanon Pike and Wreck their Mountain View east of Hickory Hollow Parkway, Antioch and Injure Accident, Murfreesboro Pike. Save Hamilton Church Road. 40 East. Still a lot of backup coming out of the south Loop and 65 north bound still very slow from good Lewisville Back to Bradley Parkway. I'm Jack. Well back Traffic every 10 minutes every morning. Sunday. Sunday some damn. It's the savings event of the season. Progressives Hamad Auto Bundle X Travel Faster, Safer part your chance to save big by bundling your home and auto insurance, but only.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on KCRW

"Life from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying the federal government says 31 million doses of covert 19 vaccine have gone out roughly 12 to 13 million people got their shots. It's progress for a vaccination drive that has been far behind schedule for various reasons in San Antonio, Texas. That reason is a shipping delay, Texas Public Radio's Joey Palacio says that means hundreds of people who were supposed to get their shots today. Being told to come back in 48 hours. Monday was supposed to start San Antonio Metrohealth second week of a campaign to administer 9000 weekly vaccinations at the Alamodome. But the latest shipment of vaccine from Fizer hasn't arrived yet. During a city coronavirus briefing Sunday night, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg said they're hopeful it will arrive within 24 to 48 hours. We do apologize for the inconvenience, but these doses that have been allocated to us by the state Have not been shipped to us from the manufacturer as they were supposed to be. A reason for the delay was not specified by city officials. The reschedule appointments will go forward on Wednesday if the vaccine arrives on time. For NPR News. I'm joined Palacios in San Antonio. Also Wednesday, millions of people in San Antonio in other cities around the world will tune in to witness whether the transfer of power that is a pillar of US democracy will be peaceful. Joe Biden. Kamila Harris will be sworn in the profound moment will unfold on the steps of the U. S. Capitol under level of security we've not seen in modern history. Here's NPR's Claudia Chrysalis. The inauguration was already going to be a slim down occasion because of the pandemic. But security concerns have dramatically transformed Capitol Hill fighting and Harris will take their oath without President Trump in attendance, who will be leaving Washington D. C early for his mar a Lago Club. Said it this week will also convened for the first time since the insurrection and the soon to be newly Democratic controlled chamber will take up several of fighters nominees, including secretaries for the Treasury, defense and Homeland Security departments. The Senate will also need to begin the impeachment trial for Trump in the coming weeks. Claude getting solace. NPR NEWS Washington Gun rights advocates in Virginia are making their way to the state Capitol Today. They're event last year drew tens of thousands of people to Richmond. NPR's Hannah Allam has details. Today is lobby Day in Virginia, Typically a big day for gun rights activists last year around 20002nd amendment supporters showed up for an event that was tense but not violent. This year. However, there are new factors that could affect turnout, the pandemic and, more importantly, the heightened security risks after the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. Gun rights activists plan and caravan to Richmond. Extremist from the so called Boogaloo movement have pledged to show Oppa's well. The Capitol complex and other sites around the city are on lockdown with a heavy security presence. Hannah Allam.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on KPCC

"These headlines. Live from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst, The man seen with a painted face wearing a fur hat with horns at the riot at the U. S Capitol building Wednesday has been taken into custody and a newly elected state lawmaker in West Virginia resigned over his role in the attack. NPR's Dave Mystic has more 35 year old Derrick Evans of Wing County, West Virginia, was one of hundreds of pro trump extremists who stormed the U. S Capitol and disrupted Congress during the certification of Democrat Joe Biden as winner the 2020 presidential election. Evan submitted a one sentence letter of resignation Saturday to the office of Governor Jim Justice. In a statement, Evan said he takes full responsibility for his actions and hopes his resignation removes any cloud of distraction from the legislature. On Friday, federal officials announced that Evans was being charged with entering a restricted area and disorderly conduct for his role in storming the Capitol. Charging documents. No. The Evans was identified through video He livestreamed on his Facebook page. Dave missed H NPR news. And Evans has been released on his own recognizance as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases sores around the country with deaths from covert 19 topping 370,000. California officials say the crisis there was getting worse with a record number of deaths and hospitalizations. Soaring doctor tamped her body is medical director Santore body Rather is medical director of the E. R at Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles. He says the staff is exhausted physically and mentally, their illness so severe it is so profound. Take so much effort and energy to take care of them. And Caroline Brandon Burger is a covert unit nurse in Orange County, California fight every day, and they struggle to breathe every day, even with tons of oxygen and then You just see them die. They just die and they fight dying and it's so sad. They've been nearly 22 million confirmed cases of the Corona virus in the U. S since the pandemic began, according to Johns Hopkins University. Meanwhile, in Texas demand for the vaccine as high as some cities begin mass vaccination campaigns. Texas Public Radio's Joy Palacios reports. San Antonio filled 9000 vaccination appointments for next week in about five minutes. San Antonio Metrohealth will distribute 1500 doses of the vaccine per day at the Alamodome starting Monday. More than half of the county's two million residents meet eligibility requirements of being health care workers over the age of 65 or under 65 with chronic conditions. Vaccine has been scarce. But San Antonio's assistant city manager, Dr Colleen Bridger, says more is on the way. We're expecting weekly.

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U.S. reports record 3,157 Covid deaths in a single day, hospitals pushed to the limits

Glenn Beck

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. reports record 3,157 Covid deaths in a single day, hospitals pushed to the limits

"A grim record with more than 3000 covert 19 related deaths yesterday. 3157 deaths reported by Johns Hopkins researchers is the highest for a single day since the beginning of the pandemic. It's not the only troubling number there were more than 100,000 Americans being treated for the disease in hospitals yesterday, the first time that threshold was breached. Metrohealth reported 452 new cases of the virus in Bear County yesterday, Governor

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Mark from the Weather Channel. I'm San Antonio's official weather Station news. Radio. 1200 Luo ai, Sunny and 61 at nine o'clock on this radio 1200 W away. I Our top story. The nation's airports are busy today with people heading to their Thanksgiving destinations. Despite all the warnings from health officials, Paul Heart shorn with the Texas based Association of Professional Flight Attendants, says the men and women who work on the planes have the unenviable task of making sure all those passengers are wearing masks. It definitely changed the job for us for the worst, basically, now, obviously we're not really doing much of a service on board. It's more just sort of trying to ensure a safe cabin environment, which is pretty difficult right now, he says. Mask wearing his Become politicized on top of getting people to wear their masks. There's also the challenge of diffusing fights over face coverings here in San Antonio Metrohealth reported 1127 new cases of covert 19, a Bear county last night, a number not seen since the summer. The daily case count has been trending upward for weeks now. But May Iran, Nierenberg says the rate of transmission is also speeding up, folks. These numbers are going up exponentially now. So take notice and think long and hard about any activities. You want to put you and your loved ones at risk, the mayor said The seven day case average is now at 669, a significant increase from the average of 549 On Monday, Nierenberg once again urged residents to keep Thanksgiving gatherings small and smart this year. Travis County leaders want local businesses to voluntary Lee reduce their capacity to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Boston Public Health, Dr Jason Picket, told Travis County commissioners. The problem is too many people inside businesses he wants to see them reduced capacity to his lowest 25%. Judge Andy Brown says he can't order businesses to do that, as governor habits mandate allows for 75% capacity, KXAN reports some businesses like South Congress books or limiting the number of patrons inside their store, and they say customers don't seem to mind. Meanwhile, Well. Health officials repeat the call to stay home, where masks wash hands and get a flu shot as soon as possible. In Austin, Eric like of NewsRadio, 1200 Wook I in North Texas, severe weather cut a line of damage through part of Arlington Last night, rooms were peeled back on apartment buildings and a breeze in the streets. Some who live in damaged complexes so they can clean up and they're just got their families are okay. That's the way that's way that long is all the families and everything. That's okay. Everything will be all right. It's a disaster. But think of you know, nobody was hurt..

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is reporting that a wedding was going on there at the time, and a couple of walked out to find their vans shot up. At this time. We do know that two people are in the hospital, but there are conditions are unknown. Right now. We'll update you on this situation as we learn more Joe Biden, it is unleashing anger at President Trump this week for failing to adequately warn and protect the American people from the immense of the Corona virus and downplaying what he knew about its danger. The Democratic nominee wasting little time attacking Trump, responding to a new political report alleging Trump officials are interfering with CDC reports stating The administration has put political optics ahead of safety. Biden also blasting Trump interview with Bob Woodward there, he said, he just didn't want to worry people. Meantime, we're approaching 190,000 days, the Democratic nominee, calling his events reckless rallies. That was a B C's Andrew Dim Bert and in Ohio School district is mourning the loss of a 12 year old student who was struck by a car and killed on Friday. The 12 year old, identified by Mason City schools is Jared Camacho was hit by a car while running onto the freeway. Cleveland police say that he was a Rosemary center, a group home when he ran for unknown reasons. He ran up the freeway ramp and onto I 90 tomato was taken to Metrohealth Medical Center in critical condition where he later died. Camacho was an Grader of Mason Middle School. He attended Mason schools since pre school the school released a statement saying he was bright and funny with a warm heart. I'm Macy Jepson. And now here, Seguin your sports news radio 700 WLW SPORTS. Here's the Bengals of eight Michael Bachelors 21 yard Field goal in less than nine minutes to go rally the Chargers past the Bengals in the season opener today, a PBS 16 to 13. Cincinnati had a chance at the end, but a J. Green was called late on a pass interference. Call Randy Bullock missing the game tying field goal with two seconds remaining. The Bengal Zahra, Cleveland on Thursday night. Red's Update Reds rally three times in their game and score six runs over the final three innings to down the Cardinal's tend to five Hongo Suarez and Aristide ease Aquino with late home runs. Cincinnati takes two or three of the Siri's at Busch Stadium, Reds and pirates in a doubleheader tomorrow afternoon. 3 10 with the action right here on 700 wlw. Killed Anderson 700 WLW Sports are Next. Updates at 10 30. I'm Sara Lee's news radio 700 wlw from unlikely heroes. My name's Melissa, and I'm a foster parent with embrace treatment, foster care. My husband and I had always kind of shaped our life with the plan of having Children before we've been married. We've talked about someday we wanted to open our home to Children that needed a home, be it, You know, for a short period of time or for forever, and we've had both..

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Abbott. Maybe considering loosening some Corona virus restrictions across Texas. As Eric like and reports from our Austin bureau, the governor may have an announcement as early as next week. Abbott had said in recent weeks at his bench marks are lowering restrictions would be a decline in cases. Declining hospitalizations and a decline in the positivity rate, which on Tuesday dropped below 10% for the first time since June in Austin, Eric like of NewsRadio, 1200, San Antonio, reported 250 New Cove in 19 cases yesterday, the second consecutive day with 200 plus new cases. Jennifer Harry, a deputy director of MetroHealth says it appears the increases tend to follow a weekend. That's raising eyebrows as we head into the Labor Day holiday weekend as a precaution, all city and county parks will be closed to the public. Starting tomorrow night through Tuesday morning, HB Chairman Charles Butts backing Harris County's vote by mail initiative. San Antonio grocer sent a letter to the Texas Supreme Court, saying he agrees with Harris County Clerk Chris Holland's idea. Send mail in ballot applications to register voters is constitutional. He also writes. People are worried about getting Corona virus and voting. A person would exacerbate the issues. The Texas Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order yesterday, blocking Holland's from sending out ballot applications. Well, it's been one week since Hurricane Laura made landfall at the Cat for Storm left a long trail of devastation. Governor John Bell Edwards visited the late Charles area today. I was very encouraged just by the sheer number of people, the resource.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Biden gets to Kenosha on a trip. The mayor recently said he thought was coming too soon. For Biden and Trump. He says he plans to meet with local business owners and law enforcement officers, plus some residents who feel grieved. He's recently tried to draw a line in the sand as a candidate who's pro protests but anti rioting and looting and he's tried to cast himself as a uniter and president Trump as somebody who he thanks pours gasoline on the flames. Of their county M E is identifying the husband and wife found dead from a suspected murder. Suicide at the bodies of Joseph Albright and Gabriella Albright were spotted by a relative yesterday afternoon there Stone Oh gated community center, Tonia. Police say Joseph Albright likely shot his wife before turning the gun on himself, and they're still trying to figure out why it happened. We're beginning to see a jump and Corona virus cases ahead of the holiday weekend. San Antonio reported 250 new covert 19 cases on Wednesday, the second consecutive day with 200 plus new cases. The deputy director of MetroHealth says it appears the increases tend to follow a weekend. That's raising eyebrows as we head into the Labor Day holiday weekend with fears the traditional backyard barbecues and family get togethers by lead to another spike in cases of the virus. As a precaution. All city and county parks will be closed to the public starting tomorrow night through Tuesday morning, Charity McCurdy NewsRadio 1200 W Away I It's been one week since Hurricane Laura made landfall. Category four Storm left a long trail of devastation and Governor John Bell Edwards visited the Lake Charles area and came away hopeful today This is very much going to be a marathon..

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More Than 12,000 People Have Died From COVID-19 In The State Of Texas, Report

Charlie Parker

01:12 min | 2 years ago

More Than 12,000 People Have Died From COVID-19 In The State Of Texas, Report

"Yesterday, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported more than 597,000 confirmed cases across the state once again, Harris Dallas Tear it and bear counties consistently among those reporting the highest number of cases cases in Texas made up 10% of the nation's total case count. Right now, there are more than 4400 patients with covert 19 in Texas hospitals in more than 12,000 people have died in the state city of San Antonio announced 189 new cases of covert 19 in the area. Which brings the total to 45,811. Now they did confirm Metro healthy, confirmed 13 deaths, seven of which were reported by the state and investigated by MetroHealth. Those seven occurred between July 3rd in August 23rd in total. Metrohealth has confirmed 767 deaths. There are 412 Cove in 19 patients in local hospitals. That's down 2497 a sense of care that's down 532 on ventilators. That's down to Thursday report. Yesterday's report was the first time this city had fewer than 200 covert 19 patients in intensive care. In week since June.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We can't rule out a pop up thunderstorm. Tonight's low 73 right now. Mostly cloudy. 73 degrees five o'clock. ATT news Radio 1200 w Away. I His Texas prepared to handle the amount of personal protective equipment that will be needed to reopen schools in the fall. That's what Governor Abbott will address when he pays a visit to San Antonio today, Governor Abbott's press conferences from the Texas Division of Emergency Management Warehouse in San Antonio. It's a statewide distribution site for Pee Pees. Abbott says ramping up production is essential Heading into the school year. It could be a massive increase in the need for people Eeee this coming fall. As his supply chain team has been working nonstop. Not only are we responding to the people he needs today, but also they're working to ensure that we will have the PP supplies to make sure that we will get through the coming fall and winter season's Chris Fox News Radio 1200 wook Metrohealth reported 56 new cases of Cove in 19 and Bear County yesterday, but Mayor Ron Nierenberg says the low number must be kept in perspective, Our daily average for the past seven days. Is a better reflection of the trending of these cases, and that number over the past seven days is 760. So do not let your guard down to new death were also added, bringing the county's death told a 370 Nierenberg said Part of the reason for the drop in cases is due to the city transitioning to a new data system hosted by the state of Texas. He says San Antonio's covert 19 risk level remains between severe and critical, and the hospital system is still under severe stress. Hospital saw a small uptick in patients on Monday with 886 in the hospital. 350 of those in I C U and 238 using ventilators. Currently, the area is seeing a 15% positivity rate. HBs reporting 22 employees, added San Antonio's stores of tested positive for Corona virus since July 22nd. That brings the total to 108 KGB.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"95 are mostly cloudy skies right now. Cloudy conditions 79 degrees Get a move on. It is eight o'clock at news radio 1200 W. Away. I will not on ly our parents trying to decide if they want to send their kids to school. Another lingering question is how safe it is getting there. Now that schools are beginning to make decisions on in person or online learning options riding the bus will be a challenge to figure out how to regulate and to enforce students to follow those guidelines. Clay Robinson with the Texas State Teachers Association, says an additional monitor on the buses would help. We also recommend that an extra bus monitor beyond buses to make sure that the kids do maintain social distancing. I mean, the driver is gonna have his or her hands full. Other guidelines that would be enforced is the possibility of staggered Pickup schedules to help with social distancing riding with the windows rolled down and the child is 10 years or older, they would be required to wear a mask. I'm Tanner Carlson NewsRadio, 1200 W. O A Texas reported 131 new covert 19 deaths Tuesday, along with 9305 new cases as of yesterday, 10,848 are hospitalized with covert 19 in Texas. They occupy 19.6% of hospital beds. Locally, 551 new Coben. 19 cases were reported Tuesday and Bear County officials also reported 12 new death, bringing the county's death told a 274 More than 200 infants and Bear county have tested positive for Kobe 19 according according to interim MetroHealth director calling Bridger 211 invents ages wanted younger have tested positive, but none have died. Bridgers, the doctors have seen instances where the infant experiences severe rash, even cardiac issues. A pediatric team has been put in place to create a plan in case the surge of cases continues among Children. Bear county Judge Nelson Wolf is again asking residents to take Governor Greg Abbott smashed mandate seriously. The judge said the state should start to see results from the governor's order. Soon. It takes four weeks to eight weeks. You really see the impact now That's what's happening right here Well, said mass orders are very effective at controlling the virus and criticized the governor for stripping away the county's mandate. Earlier this year, he said, the area is on the right track to controlling the spread of the virus. Officials on Fort Hood confirm another soldier has been found dead. The body of 26 year old private me whore Marta Pensacola, Florida was found near still House Hollow Lake just east of the base on Friday, July 17th. The Bell County Sheriff's Department is investigating mortars death. No other details have been provided. Well. The Justice Department is indicting two Chinese hackers. The campaign targeted intellectual property and confidential business information held by the private sector. Including Cove in 19 related treatment, testing and vaccines. The Justice Department revealed the indictment yesterday and said companies in many countries around the world were targeted as the hackers worked for the Chinese government. Meantime, the U. S and China are in the midst of another diplomatic skirmish. China is calling it'd unprecedented escalation after the U. S. State Department ordered the closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston. The administration says the consulate was ordered shut down to protect American intellectual property and Americans private information not detailing why the action was taken, China's Foreign Ministry said. Should the US continue to go down this wrong path? They would react with firm countermeasures well, lawmakers are continuing to attempt to come together to try and make another Corona virus stimulus plan happened. Members of the president's team met with Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill to discuss another boost to the economy. Specifically another stimulus relief package. The American job market needs another shot.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Not good. Local hospitals remain under severe stress. 10% of staff beds and 47% invented ventilators available. They're right now 1166 covert 19 patients hospitalized. That's down 27 from the day before. 40 and 35 patients in intensive care that's up five in 288 or on ventilators as down six. About 33% of all hospital in emissions are related to Cho Bid 19. Now tonight on his update, the mayor We'll give a briefing about one of the G two models, which the city has been using to gauge the pandemic, he said. The model has been incredibly accurate so far and measuring the pandemics effect on the city. What is showing us in the previous update is that we're right in the middle of the plateau. I can tell. Yeah, I can tell He says, Based on the model hospital numbers will likely remain high for at least the next week or so. The majority of the cases air from close contact. Yesterday's briefing, officials noted that the majority of the cases are people between the ages of 20 to 29 years old. That doesn't tell you something, done it. It does. You know, you assume worst case that these are the kids still out at the you know, Socializing House parties, You know you name it yet Because bars are closed. I go find some place to hang, according Tio, calling Bridger assistant system manager's assistant manager, an interim director of MetroHealth, one in 10 or pediatric. And that infant cases are cause for concern. He says. Yes, we're started. She says. Yes, we're starting to see cases in this very young population. And because we know that their immune system is not very developed. We always worry what an infant get sick, so we're being hyper vigilant. About that, for a reason very concerning and they're talking about. You know, the infants experiencing severe rashes and cardiac issues. Uh, and the and the effects can last. You know, there could be you know, long term effects from this It's just It's sad, it's said Bridge also added the pregnant mothers should stay home as much as possible and follow all virus protocols went out. Says Baby should be kept at home after birth. Yeah, yeah, big time. And for all the people out there who don't like wear a mask because they say, it's political. There's a woman on etc. Right now. Who's making some bank selling mask with anti mask messaging on them? I find this brilliant. They say things like this mask is useless and my governor is an idiot. If you're one of those people that doesn't want to wear a mask, because you want to make a statement by one of those put one of those on make your statement but still wear a mask. But that's better than any other one. I've seen that apparently sold on Etsy where it's like fishnet stockings, material ripper. It's not even a note. This is actually a lady that's smart enough to actually make a mask. But put the statement something for people who don't want to wear mass because they say it's a political statement. You know that that's their political statement is not wearing a mask when they're just hurting everybody else around them if they are indeed sick. So this one. They could at least wear a mask and get their political statement out there. I think it's brilliant. I wish I'd have thought of it. That really dio. Yeah. You sitting at home collecting money right now. All right. Those were the days I look in the state history brought you by brown Chevrolet is next. For nearly a decade, Universal men's clinic has specialized in treating and low testosterone with customized treatment programs that deliver a high success rate for your convenience. We know off her telemedicine appointments, you could now safely and easily connect with our medical team anywhere you have. Internet access were confident.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Percent chance of showers and storms. A high of 93 right now mainly cloudy. 75 degrees. Six o'clock news Radio 1200 W away. I although Bear County is starting to see a downward trend in Kobe, 19 hospitalizations, Mayor Ron Nierenberg says the healthcare system is still under severe stress. Our number of the hospital for covert 19 is still above 1000 and those who are in ICU. Or on ventilators continues to go up from a week to week standpoint. MetroHealth reported 1193 patients in the hospital with Corona virus Monday, a decrease of 74 from this time last week, the mayor said 11 person of staff, hospital beds and 49% of ventilators are currently available. The city's cove in 19 risk level remains between severe and critical. Nierenberg also noted a disturbing trend so far for people in their twenties have died and two people under the Age of 18 from Cove in 19 Nierenberg said one in 10 covert 19 cases or pediatric or under 18 years old and people in their twenties make up the largest percentage. Health experts say there are some small signs of the statewide mass mandate put in place before the Fourth of July weekend is slowing the spread of Corona virus. Governor Abbott echoed. The importance of face coverings of a person is not wearing a seat belt. They stand to injure themselves. If a person is not wearing a mask, they stand to injure somebody else by causing somebody else to contract Cove it on Monday, Texas reached 4020 covert 19 deaths. San Antonio based insurance giant Yusa is awarded a grant of $325,000.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp says people in his state should be wearing a face mask in public to combat the Corona virus. But the Republican governor says the government should not be forcing people to wear one. The governor is suing Atlanta's mayor and the City Council to block their mask mandate. Texas has reported more than 10,000 new Corona virus infections for three consecutive days. But state health officials say they're removing 35,000 positive test results from the overall count Joey Palacios with tests. Texas Public Radio says the reduction stems from a disagreement over probable and confirmed cases. Positive molecular tests are considered confirmed cases and positive rapid anted in tests are considered probable. Both tests are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. San Antonio Metrohealth uses both in its case count. However, the state of Texas is on Ly considering molecular tests in its reporting. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nuremberg says anted in cases are positive results and should be counted and the fact that we have some folks of the state and federal level Who are questioning whether it always account that test makes it seem like some people at the state and federal level are trying to suppress just how bad this covert pandemic is. Neither San Antonio or the state are using antibody tests in its confirmed cases. I'm Joy Palacios in San Antonio. This is NPR news from Washington. That's 7 31 This is K C R. W News. I'm Matt Gillom. It's the question on every parent's mind. Will schools reopen for the fall semester? Well, Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to weigh in today when he announces new parameters about what needs to happen for that to take place. This comes as many of the state's 1000 school districts are just weeks away from returning to school and still undecided on whether to allow students back in classrooms. Several school districts have already said their schools will begin the new term virtually including Los Angeles and San Diego, the state's two largest Long Beach, Santa Ana and San Bernardino are among the other district, opting not to immediately return to classrooms. Earlier this week, Newsome said he had approved new rules on wearing masks, playing sports singing, bussing and other school related matters. We hear more about that today. Decision of whether to reopen ultimately does rest with individual school districts. With L. A unified sticking with distance learning and the district now going is now going to have to improve how it engages with students in virtual instruction. Tens of thousands of Ella USD students were virtually left behind when the district was forced to abandon its classrooms this spring and move online because of the pandemic. That analysis by the district itself finds that black and Latino students were much less likely to participate on a regular basis in the school's main platform for virtual learning case is Darryl Saxman has this story. The L A. U. S D says more than 50,000 black and Latino middle and high school students were frequently absent from the school aji online platform during campus closures. The numbers reported by the Times reflect a first of its kind look. ATT student engagement during that time, and they paint a grim picture as students in the nation second largest school district. Face another dose of online learning. When school starts up next month. Nearly every category of students included large numbers who didn't consistently take part in distance learning. But low income students.

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Gov. Greg Abbott Announces COVID-19 Testing at Nursing Homes

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Gov. Greg Abbott Announces COVID-19 Testing at Nursing Homes

"Governor Greg Greg Abbott Abbott says says the the state state is is testing testing Mohr Mohr than than ever ever for for covert covert 19 19 but but acknowledges acknowledges the the results results could could be be quicker. quicker. Next Next week. week. Every Every nursing nursing home home in in the the state state of of Texas Texas is is going going to to be receiving New testing equipment themselves. That will expedite the turnaround in testing at the nursing home level. In addition to that, we're pushing Mohr of the testing to these local labs that provide that quicker turnaround. Texas lowered its Corona virus case Numbers by over 3400 after finding San Antonio Metrohealth district was not separating. Probable case numbers from confirmed case

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"metrohealth" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And Dr Jang er says Metrohealth has hired 20 more contact tracers. Joe Biden is calling on President Trump to do more than and be seen wearing a mask in public, even though he's criticized the president in the past for not wearing one Biden says the administration needs to respond more forced the late Mr President. Open everything now. Isn't a strategy for success. Is barely a slogan. Quit pushing the false choice. Between protecting our health. Protecting our economy. All it does is in danger our recovery on both fronts. Delta's CEO says the second quarter was the worst and his company's history at Bastion said the company lost $5.7 billion as people stayed away from airports because of the Corona virus pandemic, he added, the company will probably add only half of the 1000 flights. It was going to add next month because demand continues to lag. In other news, Gullane Maxwell, the one time girlfriend and alleged accomplice of accused sex trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein has pleaded not guilty at a bail hearing on charges she helped recruit groom and ultimately abuse minors as young as 14. News brought to you, by Roy Mat, Lock and associates, traffic and weather next Everybody with a yard probably has something buried in it. Perhaps a rawhide bone head of a talkie Tappy doll that got too talky or a pet turtle that sadly didn't make it. There may also be buried pipelines and even the best maintained pipelines can occasionally leak so make sure you know the signs. For instance, if you smell unusual odors, gas or petroleum, you hear a hissing noise. See bubbling earth or water vegetation that's dead or dying or a colorful sheen on water. And don't forget these hard to miss clues like dirt being blown into the air of frost ball in an open field or a flame coming from the ground..

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Coronavirus in Texas: San Antonio expands free testing to asymptomatic residents

Glenn Beck

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus in Texas: San Antonio expands free testing to asymptomatic residents

"Is expanding Corona virus testing resource is at its test sites to help made high demand, Jennifer Harriet, deputy director of MetroHealth said Wednesday. The city facilitated Corona virus testing sites are now conducting an urgent testing through mouth swabs thes air. In addition to the polyamorous chain reaction tests, which were done with nasal swabs, Herriot says the site is providing the tests and no extra costs.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on WTVN

"And people loved him because of his happiness show ended in two thousand three after Roy was mauled by a tiger Friday the USDA announced fourteen meat processing plants across the country will be re opening over the next few weeks you're listening to ABC news governor Mike to one on Friday did not hold a coronavirus briefing anymore not have won over the weekend but he is expected to discuss reopening childcare centers in the state during his Monday briefing new numbers from the state department of health so eight hundred eighty five new coronavirus cases Friday along with thirty seven new dazzle heiau now has over twenty three thousand cases with just over thirteen hundred total that's only half of those in Ohio will apply for unemployment since the pandemic began have received benefits the department of job and family services says one point one million people have filed it just around five hundred thirty six thousand have received compensation status given out nearly two billion dollars since mid March and officials say sixty one thousand new claims were put in just this past week Cuyahoga county will spend five million dollars in purchasing thirty thousand cover nineteen test and those will be given at MetroHealth Medical Center drive thru and mobile testing sites most will be used on people who live in congregate settings older people and those with health conditions the goal is a test of the two thousand people per day a settlement is reached by Ohio state and hundreds suing regarding a former team doctor OSU has reached a forty one million dollar settlements with the one hundred sixty two people who said they were sexually abused by the late Dr Richard Strauss over the course of twenty years each person receiving money will be entitled to a varying amount also the university will spend another half a million dollars to cover the cost of making sure everyone is paid taxpayer in tuition money is not allowed to be used I'm Jacque Crumley Cedar Point is hoping to have an opening date is twenty twenty but attractions and festivities to celebrate one hundred fifty years are being pushed back to twenty twenty one this includes a new snake river expedition boat ride performances in the park and its delivery one hundred fifty spectacular immersive night time parade and show for more on the coronavirus go to the I heart radio app and tap podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm John Gallagher all of the information and.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Develop warning signs such as difficulty breathing persistent pain or pressure in the chest confusion looseness of the lips or face and or fever so here's the bottom line the bottom line is that we are absolutely aware of the presence of coded nineteen not only in our community that we are watching across the state and across the country and all steps are being taken to keep everything isolated as possible as much as we can so you've likely read heard and seen a lot of information about testing criteria we get a lot of calls about that so I want to try to provide you a little bit of information MetroHealth is revising our local testing criteria to make coated nineteen tests more accessible to the community we will share more digital information as we have it that decision was made as of last night we are here with you this morning and so we'll be working on that new criteria throughout the day and we'll be sure to share that with you as soon as we have it remember testing happens with the provider that doesn't happen with us where the supplier and the testing it is your provider that is the one who can make the call on the test there are certain criteria as I mentioned we are loosening that up but signs and symptoms are imperative this test is not a screening what we hear a lot of people saying well I need to go and see if I have it that's not what these tests are the tests are diagnostic tools they're not screening tools and so if you are experiencing any of those symptoms that we just mentioned the first thing you need to do is to call your provider if you can call ahead do not show up at the office we do not need any unintentional spread of the disease if you have it call your head to your provider tell them what your symptoms are and they will give you the guidance in the future for what you do next if you do not have a provider call ahead to an urgent care call ahead don't just show up they will give you guidance and that's where some of the testing can occur if.

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"metrohealth" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on WTVN

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"metrohealth" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"metrohealth" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Larry Flynn SUV flipped over after the crash. Boy walked out of the collapsed. According to police words, he was taking a metrohealth where he was treated for scraps and cuts to his hat or scrape scrape scrape scraps and cuts God who suffer from a ton of scraps scraped to me. Sounds like yeah. Craziest gay might at a bar. What you need your docks. Or what you're like. Hey, you got to Roman the scraps and cuts. Yeah. Yeah. Give them the rest of those scrap to the butcher. And I got the scraps and cuts for Roman. But nobody gave it to. He was treated for scrapes and cuts to his last hand and wrist. He was later released from the hospital, and that's all that masturbating hand. Yeah. That's what I love. Just playstation. Yeah. Boy told police he wasn't being chased at the time of the crash, and then he crashed because he wasn't paying attention planning. Every put in. I didn't catch me. Caught myself. Yeah. I want you know, I'm really good at Mario cars as incident. Do the second time the boy stole them on mom's car and led police on a lengthy pursuit. The first happened October twenty six two thousand seventeen in that case, the boy was waiting for his sister to take him to school when he stole his mother's car and sped away the boy's mother's jumped in and another one of their cars and followed him she called nine one one until dispatcher she was following her son as he drove west on one hundred seventy street then on interstate ninety the state patrol picked up the chase. When the boy entered I eighty at one point I love this. A trooper pulled up next to the boy this is the previous chase earlier. Chase thirteen months early in motion for him to stop the boy looked at the police officer and shook his head before speeding all. No shit. Just judo crazy ever meet. Just the good old. Boy, the good old boy. Boy from Brooklyn. The boy drove some one hundred miles per hour on I ninety that's dangerous radio game Stang drivers called west sake. Police and reported seeing a young boy speeding and his mother tailing him. Imagine. That's your commute is in the morning while I'm supposed to be going to school. Yeah. No one would injured in the incident two weeks before that. No, the boy took his mother's car and sped on interstate ninety until three of his tires blew out. Wait a minute. Is this the three times three strikes you're out in Ohio should deploy boy took his mother's car and told police he did it because he was bored. We're going to get out of here in this. I'm going to ask you guys. How old is this? Boy. Live. Are. The. Now, you have you to have boys. I'm going to really defer to you guys you are against you can even told us he's not sixteen. He doesn't have it like sixteen. Now, listen, you three times hundred miles per hour. Guess between us which is the Tig spot in the middle or third where do you wanna guess I want to go in between? Hold on. Hold on. I got one. He said, he's not sixteen and he doesn't have a license is he not have a license in these older. I I will tell you. He has not reached the age of sixteen we need to hear. Jason you go first. Then joe. And then me, okay. Now taking everything you know, is so fun hundred miles blew out three tires maintain control of car. Do you know, I haven't I'm in my forties..

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