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CDC: Delta variant expected to be dominant in US

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

CDC: Delta variant expected to be dominant in US

"Ohio's governor is expressing concern that low vaccination rates in some areas could threaten plans to get back to normal especially for students on a playing field in Columbus Ohio high school coaches and athletes urged students to get vaccinated sunny styles is a nationally ranked safety on the football team for Pickerington Central High School you wanna be that guy though it entity may season the state of Ohio's coronavirus dashboard reports that only about forty seven percent of the population has started on their vaccines in some counties the figures are more like twenty eight or thirty percent governor Mike DeWine says there was a forty three percent bump in vaccination rates attributed to the backs a million promotion in may but that those numbers have tapered off the weeks after that have not been a spectacular certainly at all he's concerned about pockets of the state with lower vaccination rates it threatens their ability to have school without interruptions I'm Jennifer king

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The Latest: Alabama governor signs ‘vaccine passport’ ban

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

The Latest: Alabama governor signs ‘vaccine passport’ ban

"States are ramping up promotions to get vaccinated first in New York there was VAX and scratch you get vaccinated you'll get a lottery scratch ticket that's not all I shop in the park New York governor Andrew Cuomo was offering an incentive leading up to the Memorial Day weekend if you get a vaccine this week anytime this week you will get a two day family pass to any state court in Ohio it's almost time for the first backs a million lottery drawing two million seven hundred and fifty eight thousand four hundred and seventy Ohioans have registered for the one million dollar drawing governor Mike DeWine says winners can also choose a full ride scholarship to a four year university in Ohio I'm at Donahue

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Ohio governor unrolls $1M lottery prizes to urge vaccination

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Ohio governor unrolls $1M lottery prizes to urge vaccination

"Ohio's governor put some cash in scholarships behind a push to get more people vaccinated Ohio governor Mike DeWine is working to get more people back senator before the state's mask mandate and most other corona virus related orders end June second the wind is touting new lottery games in his state first there's a million dollar drawing every Wednesday for five weeks starting may twenty sixth there's no cash outlay each player simply has to be an adult who is have at least one vaccine dose there's another game this one for vaccinated Ohio teens under eighteen and the five prizes are full ride for your scholarships to a state public university the governor admits it's a crazy idea and possibly waste of money but he adds the real ways when the vaccine is now readily available is a life lost to Copa ninety I'm timid wire

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Gov. DeWine Talks About Police Reform Bill

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Gov. DeWine Talks About Police Reform Bill

"The governor of Ohio is talking about proposals and his state to reform policing. We have a bill in front of state Legislature that we presented that calls for a lot more police training on CBS's face The Nation Republican Mike DeWine mention getting body cameras on all police officers also noted looking into a state licensing board for police officers similar to what is in place for doctors for lawyers. Wind believes there are many proposals that Democrats or Republicans can get behind the change policing as it is known in Ohio and across the

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Protesters March for the Second Day in Columbus

Red Eye Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Protesters March for the Second Day in Columbus

"Hundreds of people marching in Columbus, Ohio, over Tuesday's fatal police shooting of a teenage girl body camera video showing the officer fired to stop the girl from stabbing another teen Ohio congressman Jim Jordan, who's from Columbus, telling Fox's Hannity. This is a tough situation, but I don't know what else this officer could have done. There'll be an investigation and we'll see what What happens there, Ohio's governor Mike DeWine, says he'll said state lawmakers of police reform bill within days, America

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Gov. Mike DeWine says Ohio is on track to have COVID-19 vaccine available to every adult by May 1

Managing to be Wealthy with John Sestina

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Gov. Mike DeWine says Ohio is on track to have COVID-19 vaccine available to every adult by May 1

"Ohio is on track to meet the covert 19 vaccine goal set by President Joe Biden during a live address to the nation. Last week, Biden challenged all states to make the vaccine available to everyone by May, 1st. Dwyane said Ohio is well on its way to making sure that every adult in the state who wants to get vaccinated is going to get it in, possibly even before the president's proposed deadline. Nearly one in five state residents are vaccinated or they're planning to get vaccinated. According to the Ohio Department of Health 2,364,861. People in the state have already taken steps to get vaccinated. That number is just above 20% of the state's population. The

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tours Cincinnati vaccination site

Mile High Retirement

00:10 sec | 6 months ago

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tours Cincinnati vaccination site

"Toward a vaccination site in Cincinnati Friday. I think if there's one word to describe what people tell us, it's relief. They're happy. President

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Workers worry about safety, stress as states ease mask rules

AP News Radio

01:28 min | 7 months ago

Workers worry about safety, stress as states ease mask rules

"The number of deaths in newly confirmed cases of covert nineteen have fallen considerably from their January peaks are still running at high levels putting a spotlight on states like Texas and Mississippi that are lifting health orders aimed at stemming the virus's spread we're on a path White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff designs on NBC's meet the press people do need to meet the president's challenge of masking up people do need to take the vaccine when it's their turn we need to stay on this path and beat this pandemic health experts tracking new virus variants warn that lifting restrictions like mask mandates too soon could lead to another lethal wave of infections appearing on ABC's this week Ohio governor Mike DeWine puts it this way you know with the backseat we're now on the offense that's the great thing but in Ohio we can't give up the defense we have found that these mass work exceedingly well one says Ohio needs to make more progress before lifting health orders we're still at a you know a fairly high level word a hundred seventy nine cases for a hundred thousand for two weeks Ohio's goal is to get case numbers down to fifty per one hundred thousand meanwhile Mississippi which is eliminating mask requirements seating limits in restaurants and most other restrictions has seen its rate of positive covert tests increase along with deaths I'm Ben Thomas

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Governors lift COVID-19 restrictions despite risks of new spike

RMWorld Travel Connection with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Governors lift COVID-19 restrictions despite risks of new spike

"More states are lifting coronavirus restrictions in Arizona Governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants, gyms and other businesses. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is telling. Baseball fans come back to the ballpark for a start with the Indians and 30% capacity the Cincinnati Reds as well. Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to reopen the numbers air going in all the right direction, he says. Texas is a completely different situation. It is safe. Open up, 100%, CDC director, Dr Rochelle Walensky says Now is not the time to do this. Current numbers remain concerned cases and deaths are still too high and have now plateaus for more than a week, Wilensky says. When prevention is rolled back cases go up. I'm

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Texas and other states ease COVID-19 rules despite warnings

Scarlet on Stone Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Texas and other states ease COVID-19 rules despite warnings

"Or lifting their coronavirus restrictions as we hear from Ed Donahue in Arizona Governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants, gyms and other businesses. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is telling. Baseball fans come back to the ballpark to start with the Indians of 30% capacity, the Cincinnati Reds as well. Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to reopen the numbers air going in all the right direction, he says. Texas is a completely different situation. It is safe to open up, 100%, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says. Now is not the time to do this. Current numbers remain concerned cases and deaths are still too high. Have now plateaus for more than a week, Wolinsky says. When prevention is rolled back cases go up. I'm Ed

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The Latest: Study finds masks, dining rules help curb spread

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

The Latest: Study finds masks, dining rules help curb spread

"More states are lifting coronavirus restrictions in Arizona governor Doug Ducey says capacity restrictions are being lifted at restaurants gyms and other businesses Ohio governor Mike DeWine is telling baseball fans come back to the ballpark or a start with the Indians at thirty percent capacity but Cincinnati Reds as well Texas governor Greg Abbott is defending his decision to re open the numbers are going in all the right direction he says Texas is a completely different situation it is safe to open up one hundred percent CDC director Dr Richelle Wilensky says now is not the time to do this the current numbers remain cases and deaths are still too high and has now plateaued for more than a week Wilensky says when prevention is roll back cases go up I'm a Donahue

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Ohio Among Top States for Long-Term Care COVID Vaccine

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:17 min | 7 months ago

Ohio Among Top States for Long-Term Care COVID Vaccine

"The state of ohio at the head of the pack when it comes to getting the kovac nineteen vaccine into long care facilities. According to data by state updated yesterday. Ohio has administered the fifth highest number of doses nationally through the cdc's pharmacy partnership for long term. Care program that federal initiative is wrapping up. But there's still a need says. Peter van winkle who heads the ohio healthcare association. There are new people who come into facilities all the time. Their new admissions their new staff members that are hired and we need to have a mechanism for those folks to get actually governor. Mike dewine is expected to release additional information this week about a new maintenance vaccination program that picks up the providers complete the federal program cova cases in the states nursing homes have fallen more than seventy seven percent since november which governor says is a testament to the states aggressive vaccination efforts in long term care facilities. Mary sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest funded in part by the george gone foundation. Ohio has administered more than three hundred sixteen thousand covid nineteen vaccine doses in long term care facilities and more than ninety five. Thousand residents of workers have received a second dose.

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Fired Ohio cop charged with murder in Andre Hill shooting

Mark Levin

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Fired Ohio cop charged with murder in Andre Hill shooting

"Police officer Adam Quoi has been charged with murder in the shooting death of Andre Hill, Hill's family attorney, Ben Crump said today they want justice for Andre and Governor Mike DeWine offered condolences to Hill's family and said with this indictment, it's a sign that Ohio's justice system is working. I have great faith in our criminal justice system. And grand jury makes a decision You know the system is is, in fact working someone has indicted. You have to presume everyone's innocent until they go the full trial and that's what we all have to do. But you know the system is working. Boy was arrested Wednesday. He will be in court on Friday. His attorneys say he plans to plead not guilty.

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Fired Ohio cop charged with murder in Andre Hill shooting

Sean Hannity

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Fired Ohio cop charged with murder in Andre Hill shooting

"Adam Quoi has been charged with murder in the shooting death of Andre Hill, Hill's family attorney, Ben Crump said today they want justice for Andre and Governor Mike DeWine offered condolences to Hill's family and said with this indictment, it's a sign that Ohio's justice system is working. I have great faith in our criminal justice system. And grand jury makes a decision You know the system is is, in fact working someone has indicted. You have to presume everyone's innocent until they go the full trial and that's what we all have to do. But you know the system is working. Boy was arrested Wednesday. He will be in court on Friday. His attorneys say he plans to plead not guilty. Former Ohio

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Oregon FBI launches command post for possible weekend unrest

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Oregon FBI launches command post for possible weekend unrest

"States are lending National Guard troops to Washington and preparing for our protest at their own state houses as National Guard troops sleep on the floor of the capitol in Washington DC other states are preparing for possible unrest all fifty capitals in this country or potentially under attack Virginia governor Ralph Northam another officials say they're prepared if you're planning to come here are up to Washington with ill intent in your heart you need to turn around right now and go home the FBI is setting up a command post in Portland Oregon which has been a hotbed for demonstrations in Ohio governor Mike DeWine is closing the state house starting on Sunday and calling in the Ohio National Guard to backup law enforcement in Columbus violence will not be tolerated I'm Jennifer king

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Large Numbers Of Health Care And Frontline Workers Are Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

03:01 min | 9 months ago

Large Numbers Of Health Care And Frontline Workers Are Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine

"Large numbers of health care and frontline workers are refusing the covert 19 vaccines. We saw Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Couple days ago say that he estimated that approximately 60% of nursing home staff statewide had declined These vaccines at this point for one reason or another doctor. Joseph Varun, who's the chief of critical care at Houston's United Memorial Medical Center, the biggest hospital in the Houston area, told NPR in December that more than half of the nurses in his unit informed him they would not get the vaccine. And to me and and again. I know that I'm on the outside looking in on this. I don't dictate policy. I don't have all the details and everything. But I will get this and I say, great. You don't want to get it. Keep the line moving. Let's go down the list and whoever is next on the list, get them in, Get the shots in the arms and let's get things moving. That's kind of where I stand. That was my takeaway, too. When I read this this morning first, a bit of Ah, stunt. I was a bit stunned by this. I just didn't anticipate that we would see these heavy of percentages of people. Resistant to the idea of getting a vaccine 55% of New York firefighters I believe were mentioned as well. That would not want to get the vaccine to me. That is. I just can't get over that why people would not want to go out there and get the vaccine. But then my takeaway was. Hey, this is America. It's a free country if you want to do that. Good luck to you and signed me up for a move my grandmother up, whatever Whatever The case may be, you know the couple ideas or thoughts that I hear mentioned out there in terms of reasoning for why someone would not want to get the vaccine. Lack of transparency and no faith in the government were sort of the things that I heard tossed around there. Certainly the issue of minorities and just being abused by the health care system. Historically, they reference the the What was That, uh, that tight stg CD, Um, syphilis study, which I read up on this morning, which was just absolutely terrifying if you revisit that, But those were some of the ideas out there any other that I'm missing, Chuck. I think those were the big ones. And you know, I've got a number of people. I know that you know, doctors or nurses or, you know, work in the hospital system, And it's not necessarily that all of the people that are saying no right now or a permanent. No, like they've talked to a number of people are saying, Look, I just don't want it right now. I want to see a little bit more time, which What if that's what you want to do? That's fine, but I guess what I come back to is if we go through all of the doctors, nurses and people in the health care system and you know a bunch of people say no. We're not waiting around for them to say yes. Get the needles to the next people. You know, my my parents are in their seventies. They're ready to go. Great. Line them up. Put rifles in their arms. Right, Let's let's get things moving here. You know, it's it can't be. Hey, we need to wait for everyone in this group. No. If they say they don't want it great. Bump him outta line, move the next person up and get the needles

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Ohio governor signs 'stand your ground' bill into law

Mark Blazor

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Ohio governor signs 'stand your ground' bill into law

"There is a new law going into effect in Ohio this afternoon. Ohio's governor Mike DeWine, signed Senate Bill 1 75 the stand your ground gun bill into law, meaning it allows people to use lethal force in public without first considering if they could get away from the danger. Bill was opposed by many prosecutors and police chief's gun control groups, one of the governor to veto the measure. Up Up until until now now under under the the state state law, law, people people have have been been justified justified in in using using deadly deadly force force and and self self defense defense so so long long as as they're they're not not the the aggressor aggressor or or believe believe that that their their in in imminent imminent danger danger of of death death or or harm harm and and are in there Homer vehicle. Dwyane says he's disappointed the legislator did not include provisions he proposed to make it harder for dangerous criminals to illegally get and use guns that new law goes into effect in 90 days.

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Moderna asking FDA to approve its virus vaccine

Scott Sloan

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Moderna asking FDA to approve its virus vaccine

"About about shipments shipments of of a a covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine to to Kentucky. Kentucky. Bashir Bashir says says he he believes believes the the Commonwealth Commonwealth will will get get its its first first round round of of the the Fizer Fizer vaccines vaccines in in early early December, December, which which will will include include just just over 38,000 doses. The governor says the first doses will go to long term care residents and providers as well as frontline covert 19 health care workers. The state is also expecting over 76,000 Moderna vaccines in late December and on Monday afternoon during his covert 19 briefing, Ohio's governor Mike DeWine, said the state is still expected the first batch of phasers Corona virus vaccine FDA approval pending He expects that drive around December 15th. As for who in the state is going to be getting the first doses of it are fresh conference on Thursday. I will have a full report. Uh To all of you, The people of Ohio in regard to what we're doing, how this will will roll out, the wine says If Madonna's vaccine is approved, its first batch would arrive a week or so after Fizer. Meanwhile, hospitalizations are at

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"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Breaking up to buy sorry about that. Appreciate you calling. I don't live with us. Forget to news Is that Mike DeWine? You know he's got, you know, he's the governor looking guy. Do something. You're the governor. What, really kidney force you to not hang out together? I mean, you can put it put the clamps down on businesses. But that's not working. Otherwise, we wouldn't have this ridiculous policy and Do you want him to simply admit and say, Look, People are going to have to die. You know, You may die. A loved 1 may die. You're gonna die. That's that. That's not really an electable. Strange, So yeah, that's what we have is. We have science and we have disease. All these things, meeting politics, and we always Americans. Maybe not all of us, but a lot of Americans. Look for our elected officials had to have an answer. We need an answer. If you're an authority figure, you gotta have an answer right away. What's your solution? What's your Is that what we demand? That's how the cycle works, right? And for this, there is no answer. We don't have a cure. We don't have a solution for this and we go through these machinations of appearing to say OK, this is this is the protocols. What we needed it when? In fact we're doing everything we can And at some point folks are going, all right. I'm exhausted. You know if I get in, no one says Yeah, I'll get the code, but I'm fine. Karen Johnson's boyfriend, great example. You most died from this a young guy, healthy guy, and you don't know. On. That's what governor the ones trying to avoid. But it's almost to the point now where it's like, OK, well, we told you just go kill yourself. Is that what we want the governor to do? Let me get a quick time out in more of this in just a few minutes to as well identified. Join us with three things just ahead with floating on $700. Nobody news, traffic and weather news radio 700 wlw Cincinnati Getting some pushback to Ohio's new curfew with the 10 o'clock report. Rick you Chino breaking.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

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"mike dewine" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show

The Mike Trivisonno Show

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show

"Was fun, but it was also not fun because we're talking about a very serious matter global pandemic. Seth Williams got into it with Governor Dewine I get into it with him I was just trying to explain. Talked about with my wife on a sitting on the patio overnight I. I don't know how many more press coverage in this stuff I can take him sitting here in the same stuff over and over again and I'm not getting any answers to win. It's GonNa get better. I'm getting told you're going to get worse you were speaking for the people sat and We barely scratched the surface on the amount of questions that we had for governor. Mike Dewine my follow up to that because of as opposed to with Cohen was a few weeks ago I saw coroner's report. The said no autopsy was done and it was primarily tied of the decision. What was primarily tied to that decision was the fact that the patient had covid nineteen In other words, the patient had colby the patient died of covid no ach autopsy required, and I was gonna ask governor the wine are you aware of Ohio Coroner's who take a similar approach? We're way far binds celebrate Eid seth is warned as told us we are far behind we will take a break and back in San Talent not the same thing is seen at the Fisher. House. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of land recovery for somebody like my husband them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just, having that. that. No matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help good fisherhouse dot org..

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"mike dewine" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show

The Mike Trivisonno Show

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show

"People saying look there's GonNa be no deal is going GONNA be no deal and I watched it go to the water the. Last minute you know there was a deal got cut and so I guess I'm optimistic maybe I'm not realistic but I'm optimistic that there can be there's a deal he had there between the Democrats and Republicans get this worked out. It's you know we got the unemployment issue that needs to be resolved. You know we're need additional funds for protesting You know our local communities, Franklin, need more flexibility, I. I'm concerned. because. Some of the costs that they're having a bear where they'll have the money for police and it's very important that we fund our police very important that we now have to lay off police and fire. So more flexibility in that area, I've talked to Sherrod Brown I talked to Rob Portman. Talked to members of the delegation I. Just think that this is something that's very doable and I I still think it's GonNa Happen. I read last month. Governor Ymer you'd said you. To use the rainy day fund the two point seven billion dollar rainy day. Fund. By the end of the goal will pandemic or House. Fight with it but many listeners of said, why wait why not apply a chunk of that rainy day fund now when the state desperately needs it. We spend it once it's gone and you know what we did is we made some. but you know we're looking at the you know. In Ohio are or year of course, starts Joe I want. So we just finished a year. We made some cuts there. We had to make WE'RE ON A. Rainy Day Fund this year we're GONNA spend some next year. What we really don't know is you know. How long it will take for this recovery to really really take place. We first of all, we gotta get through the Kobe before we're going to see the real recovery that we want. And we don't have long that's going to be. We don't know how bad the winter is going to be. We got some forecasters I don't mean whether, but I mean it's far as the the virus you know some forecasters going to be pretty tough in November and December particularly in January particularly in the northern states with flu coming on at the same time you've got the Cova people inside it spreads more. So we don't know we just don't know so. It would easier if I said, always wants to go spend the rainy day fund but what we're trying to do for US take school. For example, we cut cut schools down three three point seven percents What were you hope is that we don't have to cut them anymore and so we try to balance this out even as out so that we can spread this out over the next several several years. So if we spent all The Rainy Day Fund now or dipped into it right now, you know as we're coming out of this at the end of May still be in, you know lower economy and that would mean more touch then so I rather face it now deal with it. Now hold back some of that money and knowing that in all likelihood, we're GONNA use every single penny that rainy day fund and frankly we're we're thankful that we out Governance Seth I kinda ask the Lieutenant Governor this yesterday but you're kind of spin on this. What is your end game here? Because right now we've been wearing masks that we were told to forty six weeks is what you said originally that date is approaching. We're told to flatten the curve we did that we've been told to stay home. We've cut restaurants and bars people are still losing money. Because they have to close early now. We know this is not going to be a permanent thing. When is the mass thing going to stop one of the restrictions stop we've done everything that you've asked us to do and the dates keep flying by nothing new is happening. I I when we announced the mass board, I didn't say it was going to be on three to four weeks four to six weeks I. Think doctors should. I I said I never said that quick look look if you look at if you look at. The evidence, York whatever medical expert says, look, we're going to be wearing masks until the viruses gone, but we may not have vaccine ever. Look. Your your guess is as mind all I know is what the trump administration saying with the experts are saying, yeah. We're going to get a vaccine when we're going to get that vaccine you know I'm not sure I can't tell you what they were going to get get a vaccine. But Look I didn't create the virus. We're trying to react to what we don't want is for to run. So rampage that you know people totally hunker down and afraid to go out and don't spend money and we see people lose more and more jobs. So you've got to try to control it. You can't get rid of it. It's not going to go away until. We. Get we get vaccines. Are Looking for light at the end of the tunnel Sir. That's that's all I'm saying. The light at the end of the tunnel. Look this will and and look let me just. My all is for all the three of us on this call, and for every Ohio, one to be alive when we're. When we get to that light at the end of the tunnel. So we can go see the Indians play and the browns play in southern part of the state. Go see the reds play in the bengals fly in Ohio state your you know Buckeye fan or. See. You see your grandkids. More I. Mean Look none of us like this none of us like to have to stay away from family and friends is not the way we want to live but. But we we'll end. There is light out there. We will get through this. I can't predict the date GonNa get through it, but we want to stay alive we want to get through it What we'RE DOING Dewine I can't for the life of me figure out why from the very beginning pandemic irrit- era deaths were not classified as because of covid nineteen as opposed to with covid nineteen. Do you agree with me? That's the both works, but it's because. I mean if you look at the nightly news, we watched some of the IT. We're still kind of old fashioned. We watch some six thirty network news and you know that they're pretty blunt about it. They just say. Kobe killed this many people kind of. Lot Way of saying happens you the truth. Well. But isn't it inaccurate? If you say covert killed this many people when you're counting deaths with covert as opposed to because of it Well look I'm not. We have eighty at county coroner's we have a lot of different hospitals We don't make those decisions about how you classify something. you know these are decisions that are made you know. Just like every other death certificate just like every other deaf count. So you know it's it's what the the the medical professionals. Rule. It to be I'm not making those decisions I'm not in the hospital. Governor Mike DeWine. Thank you very very much for taking the time on this Friday afternoon to speak with us. Appreciate it no problem. Governor Mike DeWine. And that.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show

The Mike Trivisonno Show

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show

"Saint tallest not the same thing I've seen it at the Fisher House. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just, having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight offer shoulders. How can you help good fisherhouse DOT ORG IT Might trigger. Sano show on Newsradio W.. T. AM eleven hundred. We are pleased to welcome back to the trip show. Ohio Governor Mike Dewine Governor. This is Dennis man off subbing for trip. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you also have seth he'll be popping in with a few questions as well. Governor. Tennessee governor John Huston of said that you will unveil on Tuesday your recommendations guidelines for high school sports and how they will operate in the various districts. My listeners overwhelmingly many of them parents say, why wait can you at least toss us a few crumbs on this Friday afternoon pertaining to what's coming? Well sure what we've we have allowed, you know the season to the preseason progress we wanted to get a little closer to the beginning just. So we could see where you know the covert is and the spread is in in Ohio So you know what we talked about yesterday, we're GONNA. Within working with Ohio Athletic Association on Different Sports you know they've been they've been coming up with them. Some specific guidelines we've we have the more general guidelines and the whole idea is to you know, let this decision they made by parents let this decision to be made by schools. with some broad good health guidelines The whole. The whole goal is to let young people You don't have that experience, the discipline, all the good things that we know go go with sports We kind of made a little appeal yesterday to the coaches coach you have great. On young people's lives just as as teachers do and you know we worry You know about our kids We worry not only about what they do in sports but you know what they do when they're not. At practice or when the not in in the game itself in the same way with all all of our kids I mean, what we've seen is the spread of the Kobe occurs because people have their guard down there with friends or relatives, and you know they're not being careful with the mask and the distancing. So we to hope the coaches can really you know have a have a strong and good influence The idea is You know we're seeing You know it's different in every county to county itself is still a red county although the number of. Cases per day is dropping and you know it's very possible that week it will be away from no longer a red county, but we'll. We'll be in town that would be good. Yes. Good. basically everything around you know county to the south and every everything to the wins orange you got. Giaga Lake and ask you at this point or yellow, which is our level level number one the. Governor Dewine Democrat candidate for President Joe Biden has ripped president trump in and his lieutenants for a lack of national response to the pandemic. Have you as a governor or any governor with whom you've spoken been left wanting as it were by the national response to the pandemic was a full blown national response even realistic in a union of fifty. States. Normally, look to two the governor's to to react to any kind of you know natural disaster. In the certainly includes a a pandemic I. I'll tell you for the people who are critical of the administration I I would like to I wish they could just Kinda here the weekly call we have vice president all the governors Democrat. Republican, with Vice, president, and all the people you know the the medical advisors to the president into the White House are all on the call and it's just it's a very, very helpful. Call we really get right down to you know they tell us what they're seeing our states. We've got our own numbers, but they're looking things they make recommendations Dr Burks. For example, was out here two weeks ago we had a long time a long time with her and talk with her about her recommendations, what she was saying and going on in Ohio. So look they've been very, very helpful and sometimes when we've had to cut through. Bureaucracy they've been there to do it whether it's the vice president I remember one. Sunday so frustrated with the FDA though I ended up calling. Called White House going remember. Yeah Yeah they they called me back in a couple of hours. you know they were able to cut through some of the bureaucracy and get some testing approved that we really needed to have approve. So look. I I know the political season I know we're down to less than one hundred days until the election and so you know you're gonNA. You don't see the battle go on, but we're trying to focus you know on on. The Kobe. In Ohio, keeping it down so that schools can open his can get back and you know we're not in a point dentists where we can have a normal life. But you know if people keep a distance worthy mask and you know just be very, very careful We can do most of the things that you know we WANNA do governor. Will you be actively campaigning for president trump's reelection? I'M WANNA shares, I'm for the president Look I think he's been strong for the economy. I think he's been a strong advocate for the United States I love his not just the Supreme Court nominees but to the circuit courts in the District Court shows are very, very important. So you know he's his kept kept the pledge to put conservatives on the bank. Yes, I'm I'm I'm I'm a supporter. What are you think of your predecessor in the Governor's Office Jack Sick? A man who was elected as a Republican in Ohio being a keynote speaker at the upcoming Democratic National. Convention. I you know I. I I know John doing long long long before he he was governor. So I'M NOT GONNA I'm not GonNa get into comment about that but you know it's I think it's unfortunate. Governor this week Ohio except the White House proposal for unemployment claimants to receive three hundred dollars in weekly unemployment assistance with no state money involved there's also the proposal for four hundred per week with each state kicking one hundred dollars of the four hundred you said I believe on CNN on Sunday the state was exploring whether to kick in one hundred. What can you tell us about where that the the status of that situation? Yeah we really don't have the money I mean bluntly you know. It's we just simply don't have. well, I'm hoping and first of all, I think the president was writing putting forward this proposal the way it's been explained to us by the White House is that you know they would put the three hundred in. We would love to get that money out to people who are unemployed who need the money. Love. To get that out fast as we could but the president only give this because Congress had now active and I still think you know I spent twenty years in Congress I've seen many many a time when everybody's who was wringing their hands and You know in the media.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on WTVN

"Today governor Mike DeWine addressed the need for all of Ohio's police officers to be certified by the state's collaborative community police advisory board the board was created to implement uniformity mom standards for law enforcement agencies in Ohio regarding use of force and hiring but the governor says not enough police departments are complying as of today seventy nine percent Ohio's law enforcement officers work for an agency that has voluntarily comply side with the standards or is in the process of getting certification however the number of these certified agencies only make up a little more than half of all of Ohio's department server eight hundred departments more than four hundred of those agencies in the state have not chosen to pursue certification showing that they meet these minimum standards he says he has directed the department of criminal justices services to reach out to those roughly four hundred departments to help them get certified in any way that they can the list of departments who are Ian compliance can be founded public safety DOT Ohio dot gov owners of eight Ohio restaurants have filed suit now against the governor and the state health director Dr Amy Acton and they claim that the rules of operation for restaurants post pandemic are vague and unconstitutional their attorney Tim Connick was asked what about a settlement like the owners of the gyms that were they received in a similar lawsuit we would welcome the state to give me a call and and see if we can negotiate a similar settlement that that would you know obviously be most beneficial to my clients I've not received a phone call yet I don't know that I will but if I do we certainly will talk to them about that he says as for the vagueness of the rules he gives examples of making sure that restaurant customers remain seated at all times but the rules are too vague for when those customers for instance can even get up to go to the bathroom will there be kneeling during the national anthem before U. S. soccer games the United States soccer federation will hold a special board meeting today to discuss a call from the U. S. women's national team to change its policy that prohibits players from kneeling during the playing of the national anthem prior to games in a statement released last night the Players Association wrote we believe the federation should immediately repeal the anthem policy published a statement acknowledging the policy was wrong when it was adopted and issue an apology to our black players and supporters the federation should lay out its plans on how what will now support the message and movement that it tried to silence for years ago they added this is everybody's responsibility including this union and its members we could and should have done more in the past black lives matter again the soccer federation meets today to discuss this Jared Max fox news mask maker three M. is filing more lawsuits to keep price scouters from profiting on sales of their N. ninety five face masks during the covert nineteen pandemic three M. took legal action against Ohio based preventative wellness consultants LLC the number of lawsuits now that three M. is filed since January in an attempt to control price gouging for their product has now climbed to fourteen and amusement parks in Ohio are now allowed to re opening the state's starting on June nineteenth at kings island is taking a little extra time to make sure they are ready for their first guests of.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mike DeWine yesterday did not give an update on child care getting back the governor stressing that Ohio is both re opening the state and focusing on safety I think the most important thing as we open the economy up is for the public to have confidence that when they go to a restaurant when they go to jury store when they go to the grocery store that everything is being done that can be done to protect them restaurants with outdoor seating gonna be allowed to re open this Friday but today is when retail can re opened we've set out the guidelines and what those businesses have to do and as they meet those and they can they can open and that includes malls in Ohio as well two giant signs greet people as they show up with the Cincinnati premium outlets in Monroe one last what the shopping center is doing to keep you safe the other as a long list of healthy shopper guidelines at the top of that chart it encouragement at all shoppers wear masks and use the sanitizer stations in common areas both are also available they say in the mall office where they do temperature checks and shoppers to keep a safe distance of six feet from other shoppers and they ask if you come up on a busy store the leave and come back later among the sense that they are taking to keep customers safe regular disinfecting up the common areas they said they've also done indoor air quality tests that confirm the air quality inside is superior to the air outside I'm Brian combs newsradio seven W. O. W. a statement from the eighteen fifty one center for constitutional law says it is suing Ohio on behalf of dozens of Jim's not being able to re open yet that case pending in a northeast Ohio courtroom Ohio governor Mike DeWine's daily update is set to start in about a half hour we will carry that for you live on Wall Street right now the Dow is down one hundred twenty points the nasdaq now flipping negative it's down fourteen the S. and P. down sixteen I'm Jacque Crumley our next update at two o'clock breaking news anytime news radio seven hundred WLW the first ever virtual NFL draft turned out to be the most watched in the event's history as the league announced it had averaged a record average of eight point four million viewers over the three day selection process the average audience marked the thirty five percent increase over the draft previous high set in twenty nineteen each day of the event set a new viewership record as well with Thursday's first round drawing an average of fifteen point six million viewers Green Bay Packers coach Matt lafleur said the clock is not ticking on Aaron Rodgers is time in Green Bay after the team selected Utah state quarterback Jordan love with the twenty sixth overall pick in the draft Rogers who will turn thirty seven in December it's coming up a season in which he led the Packers to the NFC championship game and the NBA will allow re opening of team practice facilities beginning Friday so it will be in compliance with states and cities guidelines and state restrictions are beginning to be relaxed amidst the corona virus pandemic that's sports on September here.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Its economy governor Mike DeWine today announcing that beginning may first medical procedures that do not require an overnight stay at the hospital can resume that includes procedures like dental procedures this upcoming Monday may fourth general office spaces can reopen but the governor in courage is anyone who could still work from home to do so has covered nineteen remains a concern also allowed to resume operations that they manufacturing distribution and construction companies retail stores on may twelfth will resume their operations and there are guidelines businesses have to adhere to when starting back up what is requiring its employees to wear masks then customers must do the same when inside a store the second is employers making sure that workers are healthy before they start to shift practicing proper hygiene along with cleaning and sanitizing and one of the other protocols as to why described it limit capacity to meet social distancing guidelines at a minimum no more than fifty percent of the fire code and it says here use appointments setting appointments setting where possible to limit congestion again that depends on on the nature obviously of of the business the governor wants to get bars and restaurants as well as nail and hair salons open as soon as possible and do it safely but says they have to monitor Ohio's covered nineteen numbers over the next few weeks as Kentucky looks to start re opening its economy they have a new ask of residents in his briefing Monday Bashir says starting may eleventh it'll be required for anyone out at a business to wear a mask this is hal even when we are plateaued right now that we think that we will be on the decline we.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on WTVN

"Governor Mike DeWine making a clear when he said the state will start to reopen may first he said start it will not be a free for all exact plans are coming out of this next week but he's already getting us ready the governor does say social distancing will have to be a reality in the work place at least until a vaccine for the coronavirus has been proven staggered arrivals for employees would be something you might see staggered lunch where not everybody is gathered together employees who can work from home will work from home and that means when you go to the workplace wear a mask and more than likely the first business is to open OB hospitals which will once again be able to do elective surgery state health director Dr Amy Acton says Ohio starting to see the curve flatten as the number of reported cold nineteen cases in the state remains steady but she says it's important to be realistic when it comes to starting to reopen the economy some businesses may open on their own bill better junior owner of summit motorsports park a racetrack in Norwalk in northern Ohio said on Facebook he's got open on his own schedule not the states summit motorsports park is not going to wait for permission summit motorsports park is is not going to wait I'm for doctor Fauci M. and wait for any act in and wait for Mike to line because none of them even know I exist and none of them really care and he said he thinks the closure of business in Ohio something has been purposely put together last until the election was your community hospital in northern Ohio set off a recovered covert nineteen patient in style he was on a ventilator bucket breathe on his own to hospital posted a video of him being discharged for more on the corona virus does the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm Tom Moore your workers like me on a site for your life and ours the lack in planning and Wilson the collector has left many of us without personal protective equipment president trump needs to lead and make.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Mike DeWine announced he also plans to re open businesses may first in a gradual and thoughtful way the governor of Michigan says she hopes to begin re engaging parts of the economy early next month fox is Rick Leventhal much of the uncertainty surrounds testing the White House maintains capacity continues to increase but over the last month the country's testing capacity has improved but New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he still needs millions more and according to the code the tracking project only three point one million tests have been completed that's only one percent of the U. S. population Sox's Christian Fischer another question mark concerns the future of a program designed to help small business two days after the paycheck protection program exhausted it's three hundred and fifty billion dollars in funding Congress remains at a stalemate over additional funding for the small business loans the program provides two months of payroll for employers fully forgiven so long is that loan is used mostly to retain employees fox's Jared Halpern the treasury department and Republicans want to add another two hundred fifty billion dollars to the program Democrats say it's not enough an emergency budget approved overnight by France's lower house of parliament the measure aims to save the economy from virus related collapse the French Senate will vote next week America is listening to fox news I often get asked what should I do if I think I might have corona people who are sick should stay home you don't go to the emergency room get on the phone and you ask for advice and instructions from your physician I don't want you to go into the E. R. or the.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I the last couple days Mike DeWine holds his press conference I think that's what he does two o'clock in the afternoon every day we have a common reasons I catch it on the weekend but I'm typically I hit the hay by that point in time on weekdays but in recent days I'm here in our local news in the morning that you have a number of protesters have been showing up at the state capitol in a guess on Monday during his press conference that you could during the press conference you could here I'm hollering and banging on the windows and what not the state house and yeah they want Ohio to to get things re opened and it looks like the these kind of things are starting to spread that to other states yet yesterday more than a hundred protesters rally in downtown Raleigh North Carolina and they want to re open now they say that the governors stay at home order is unconstitutional there is Killin small businesses at least one protester was charged with violating that the executive order well here's what they are saying now the constitution offers the right for peaceful assembly now this one that was arrested she's being led away with their hands bound with zip ties but but every fifteen minutes during the protest roughly fifty cars were honking their horns in unison as police officers asked protesters to keep their social distancing six feet apart you know that the noise from all the horns yeah drowning out the police and some of the protesters saying we're in violation of comrade Cooper's order if I get a lot today locked up today I'm okay with that we need to get back to work organized by a Facebook group known as re open and see reopen North Carolina that was organized last week they say people should be allowed to make their own decision about staying at home or working from home that group had more than twenty eight thousand members as of yesterday afternoon the governor meanwhile said that you have these people wanted the restrictions to end or just inviting a catastrophe you have the numbers clearly show that the interventions we have the social gatherings the limitations on bars and restaurants the stay at home orders that those things are actually working but again if is civil unrest would be the word the next thing on the horizon if they keep trying to drag this out what do you think and I think it's eminently possible of an awful lot of people are I have an older wives a lot differently than they'd ever ever spot and it's a lot of pent up it Sir in her feelings are coming out I mean I I'm I suspect is what we're going to be a rash of divorces are suspect because the what a pregnancy so things are going to you're going to go different directions in which you had normally planned in the life organisers were probably gonna see violence I've I really A. B. bill nine months from now all right well I have a question that you got the small business owners first of all and you know that we continue to hear that this.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That governor Mike DeWine also plans on addressing overcrowding at public parks over the next several days he says he's been noticing people are not social distancing due to the warmer weather due to this he will be revisiting his stay at home order that only allows the central businesses to stay open Ohio with two thousand one hundred and ninety nine cases of covert nineteen with the fifty five dash latest traffic and weather together just to look at the traffic cameras no major delays or accidents on the freeways watch out though for an accident downtown main near east central parkway also an accident between Westwood and west price hill Ferguson at Glen hills way now the ladies forecasts from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front lines out there you are appreciated now in clouds for the morning we have a low temperature thirty eight for our morning low now for the rest of our Wednesday mostly cloudy high of fifty three at night partly cloudy and we're down to forty from your severe weather station of nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. well double still some scattered light rain in the tri state this Tuesday night forty two degree C. acting Hamilton County health commissioner Greg testament is appealing to parents to educate their kids on the importance of social distancing regardless of if they're six or eighteen but they understand the importance of the role that they play commissioner Casterman says don't let your kids go to the playground he's getting reports that say otherwise so if the ice cream truck comes down the street which they're still allowed to do because they're providing food you need to keep an eye on your kids and make sure their social distancing in line if you live in the same house no social distancing is necessary according.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on The View

The View

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on The View

"Ohio. We'll be right back. Thank you did Republican. Ohio governor. Mike DeWine break the law by define the courts and shutting down Democratic primary polls. He's live on the view. Nah great now when it matters. Most if you're trying to figure out what you can do here are things you can do. The view is all new every day. That's affecting everyone's lives. We're all in this together. The view all new on ABC yesterday and Ohio State Judge rejected Republican Ohio Governors Mike. Dewine attempt to postpone. Today's Democratic primaries over Corona virus fears and governor. Dewine joins. Us Live to tell us why. He defied the court and shut down the polls. Welcome governor first of all happy Saint Patrick's Day to all of you and let me let me talk a little bit about that. First of all I. I have a great director of health. Dr Amy Act and throughout this crisis. We've been relying on the best medical advice we can get your right. I'm I'm a politician. I'm not a doctor. I didn't do too well and science. But that advice clearly indicated it to hold the primary yesterday would have been detrimental to peoples health. We HAVE THIRTY FIVE THOUSAND POLL WORKERS. Many of them are older citizens we also had yesterday. We saw the CDC guidelines to limit it to fifty people in a room. The president then came later of course at ten. We can't conduct a primary in Ohio with fifty people to to a room but really compelling thing was that we were seeing Senior citizens as well as a pregnant women other people who have had a compromise medical history who were telling US I was getting tax and they were saying. I'm conflicted so I go to vote or should I listen to your advice and Dr Atkins Amy Actors Advice when she says do not go out. You don't leave the home unless it's absolutely necessary so we made what we consider the prudent decision to save lives this was Democrat and and Republican primary. What we're asking the courts to do is to allow us to have absentee voting for an extended period of time. After this the people who had already voted we have early voting in Ohio. Those votes are just be frozen so this will get resolved in the courts but we took this action just like the other actions we've taken to bring separation. We're listening to the experts and we're going to have just like every state hospital capacity problem and we have to spread. This spread down a little bit. We know it's in Ohio. We already have fifty six official cases confirmation. You called off the voting at the last minute and defied a court order as Republican this. Excuse me we did that. People had a court order. I've read the court order was not what are your accent if I could. Yeah my explained. It was not a specific court order. We did not defy any court or in fact the Ohio Supreme Court later in the night in a separate case basically said that the elections could be stopped so we did not define anything but let me again. Emphasize this is not just a democrat. Primary is not just a Republican primary. Nationwide it is a bunch of local elections as well so it's Democrats or Republicans going to the polls but this is not about politics. This is about protecting Ohio. Citizens Lives Governor. I have the obligation to do everything I can to protect people. We already know that we have significant community spread throughout the state of Ohio. Model who we have talked to the people experts who we have talked to say that without any kind of intervention we have forty to seventy percent of ohioans who would will become infected. We're trying to slow that down. We're trying to spread it out again because we're really focusing and listening to what our hospitals are telling us and they're telling us we can't take a surge like Italy has had. We're just goes up like that. We've got to slow that flatten that curve some spread that out so that we don't have a situation like they have in Italy where doctors are literally making life and death decisions. They don't have enough ventilators. We have to spread this out and so the decisions. We're making her based on science there based on the best evidence that we can get and again as I said I got a great health director. And she's we do press conferences every day at two o'clock because part of this is to inform the people highly. Exactly what's going on and you know this continues to change every day low governor heads making McCain So far three stakes Georgia Louisiana and Kentucky have delayed their primaries. I'm assuming more states will follow. What long term consequences do you think? We'll see from all of the corona virus related upheaval. And what impact do you think? Primary delays and the virus have in general on the election. Look this is a gathering of people and what we've tried to do is explain to Ohioans. We cannot have large gatherings and so that is a problem. It was particularly unique with our elections because we have some older poll workers. Who've done this God bless them for many. Many many years did not want to subject them to thirteen hours of being there with people who are coming in we know some people have the virus. They don't know it yet. So that kind of bringing people together made absolutely no sense. It's the same reason this weekend. I closed all the bars. We receive pictures of people showing up in bars. Saturday night off crowded in together. And we know that what that does but Megan is far as the primaries. Look we're going to be able to work this out with absentee balloting. What what we've asked the courts to do is to postpone this until June but allow people from now until June to apply for absentee ballots. And get those absentee ballots and so Ohio has done this before with absentee ballots crisis. Like but we're used to dealing with absentee ballots and As you know some states Exclusively use absentee ballots so democracy will continue. But we WANNA make sure is that there are other people are here for the next Saint Patrick's Day and when we have a much more normal time. I've had governor. This is Sarah Haynes as of Monday fifty people tested positive for the krona virus in Ohio. No deaths. But you've said there could be a hundred thousand undiagnosed cases and this number probably will go up now. I know you've made bold decisions on the state level. But how do you think the administration is doing in their response? Look we've had. We had a great conference yesterday about an hour and a half with all the governors and the President Vice President Many other officials. It was a great give and take they listened we listened. They tell us what they knew. We told them what we knew what our needs. Were what our problems are. We've asked the trump administration for example to give us a waiver when we closed down our schools. We FACE THE PROBLEM. Many states are facing and that is we had kids rely on this food for lunch and sometimes for breakfast and so they within twenty four hours. The trump administration gave us the waivers. We need so we could take this food out into the community and what we have done is say anybody. Eighteen years of age under is welcome to come and get this food. In some cases. School districts are delivering it so again. The trump administration was right on that. We've asked them for a number of other waivers and we would expect that they're going to give this those. They've been very responsive. So the buck though is here. I'm the one that's responsible in. Ohio and our governors throughout the country are responsible and what you're seeing them do is do what governors do and that is try to respond to a crisis. We have the the resources we have the ability to pull people together We've got a command center that we've established and we're making decisions every single day and tried to preserve life. And that's what governor real quick go house one of the first states to close goals limit large gatherings to one hundred people. You shutdown gyms movie theaters recreational centers. I've is big into lots of governors. They show I do think there should be a nationwide quarantine you know. I don't know that I would say that. I think that each one of us is seeing this progress at a different rate just as we have different countries that have seen it in Europe progressive. Different RATE So. I think that this is up to us but again I'm going to rely on doctors. And what the best medical advice is. Advice is changing every day as we know new facts. And so we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA do what what the experts tell us as? I said you know doctor acting She is in contact with the experts every single day. She's been on the phone to doctors in Boston. And other places doctors at Johns Hopkins Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic Hospital and Cleveland. So we're relying on these people to help us makes decisions about what we need to do. Well thank you so much governor. We've seen real leadership from the governor.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on The View

The View

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on The View

"The view. Sarah's back welcome right savage back at the table and Dr Oz. Our friend is joining us to Guess Co host. Thank you eight here. Joy As you know has made the decision to self isolate and just to be extra careful about. Her health will be consulting with her doctor today. She wants everyone to know. She feels fine and plans on being back here tomorrow. Can I just offer one bit of thought? These are two iconic women who are doing. The right thing yeah. I spent a good part of the last week calling friends of Mine Senior Citizens. We make all of them but mature folk. Just please. This is just stay out of dodge for a little while. Let let these happening happen. And we talk about later but I applaud them for doing the right thing. I agree. And we know that what we had had You know the pneumonia and and was really not in a good place legendary so she wants to get checked out just to make sure that it's smart for her to be here everyday not so well. It's a very different kind of Saint Patrick's day today celebrations nationwide have been canceled but here in New York City small group kept the Saint Patrick's Day tradition alive by marching up Fifth Avenue earlier. This morning I don't know if that was such a great idea but the tradition. We're still relaxed feet apart. I was just noticing their little close. There seem a little close. I think over two hundred and fifty year tradition yet marched down Fifth Avenue so they they keep that alive but it's hard to keep up with how quickly things are evolving with the corona virus pandemic use cases jumped by a thousand thousand since yesterday show there are more than forty five hundred cases as of now with eighty nine deaths. President Trump has issued stricter guidelines for travel and recommends now that people limit gatherings to less than ten people. But I think we can all agree. It took him a while to get here. Watch how his narrative has changed on this very well under control We have very little problem in this country at this moment is a theory that in April when it gets warm historically that has been able to kill the virus. The people are getting better. They're all getting better. The Democrats are politicizing. The Corona virus you know and this is the new hoax and we're prepared and we're doing a great job with it and it will go away to stay calm. We'll see what happens but they think August could be July. Could be longer than that spokane. Actually with my son he says. How bad is this? It's bad it's bad about what we're doing is under control. But I'm not talking about the virus. A new poll found only that thirty seven percent of Americans say they trust what they're hearing from the president. Sixty percent say they have little or no trust whatsoever and what he's saying. So how confident are you at the table that he finally understands what needs to be done? I think when you're talking about a virus you need to go to doctors so right now. Politicians are secondary to me because they're getting their advice from people with information in fact so right now I'm not finding a lot of comfort in anyone other than doctors so I'm glad you're here telling me what's going on right now in what we should be doing because that kind of minimizes also the sources were getting it from by making sure. The people telling us what to do are credentialed doctors. But he's holding all these press conferences right and he's the leader of our country. Shouldn't people have a little bit more faith in what his advisers who arguably doctors telling him? We'll yeah nineteen duck. Fudgy said the other day that he felt for. I think it was on Sunday. He said he was actually starting to feel like people. Were really listening to him. Which gave me some faith but at the end of the day although they have to act and I do find comfort in constant updates and news break INS. I WanNa hear from everyone but the people that are offering comfort or the doctors what can just speak for the physicians around the Dutch foul. Jesus superstar always has been and their other experts in that room at Dr Adams Room Adams the surgeon general. I've had on the show. He just really expert at understanding human motivation how to balance our natural instincts with what we actually need to hear and as a surgeon I always tell the residents. Tell the patient when you're gonNA hurt them. They can always deal with the pain as long as they expected. And the one criticism you could offer is no one told this is GonNa hurt in fairness to everyone who's in leadership. It took a while for most of us to wrap our heads around if two weeks ago. Even we told a viewer of the show. What was happening today in America? They would not have believed it was possible. It happened in Italy. It happened in China. That's what I don't understand. Why didn't we learn lessons? I mean Megan said I think I can go back weeks and we had Dr Ashton on and I was pretty defiant because I'm a child of the and yesterday I actually saw this video that I implore everyone to watch whichever. Italians giving a message what I wish. I knew ten days ago talking about how they didn't take it seriously. They kept socializing kept going out and now it's worse case scenario. I also saw video last night on twitter of Italian hospital being completely overrun. They were showing looks like trim. Noble people on ventilators. It is a distortion house. Gapes part of the problem is the administration saying one thing. Trump is is just a flu while I believe thirty times more contagious than the flu. Early belief yes and the idea that I think people like West Virginia Governor. Jim Justice who sang people. Go out to Bob Evans. You WanNa go to Bob Evans. People that are encouraging people to go out part of the problem as you pointed out there as politicians are gonNA political one way or another but this is so far over the tipping point in ways that I don't even think people can realize and I have been furious furious at baby boomers and millennials and I'm kind of ammonium but I'm an old one for people who have the Hubris and arrogance to ignore what's going on. You think this is fine. This is not go. Look at the video. I just told you about Italians giving us a warning. It's a canary in the coal. Mine and I worry. Because of the lack of testing and the lack of messaging and the lack of seriousness. On this administration's fault parts gives me that we are way too far gone at this point and I don't understand why people are taking it. I would argue that. We're we're two weeks behind Galilee a month two weeks behind Italy and I think what happened over the last five days of rapid changes in our public approach to this literally. Changing expectations of our public is because we compared South Korea to Italy and we saw one country which has a seven percent mortality rate which is twice ours and we have another country South Korea which is at point seven percent. That's one the mortality rate and America. I we'RE NOT GONNA not about scaring people but if you just look at the possible worst case scenario it's ugly a weakness that it's all about scaring people but I want to video of people in clearwater Florida yesterday. Yes this is not about scaring people but it's about telling people that this is unsafe rakers direct yesterday and on top of that. You're having bill de Blasio going to the gym at the same time. That new gyms are being. Shut down saying it's fine. I live in the real world yet. Blasio I live in the real world and it looks pretty scary right now so maybe lead by example and then one more people that are. GonNa get people killed this woman on Youtube. Who is looking toilet seats for the crash tag? Chernobyl that's not. You don't have that video but not taking seriously. There are people are taking this seriously and again. I don't think I'm being overly reactive. Look at our studio right now. Can I ask you guys a question I are? We not doing a full shutdown because right now talk about the economic hit. We're going to take on this small businesses that could go under forever. We don't shutdown just deal with the two weeks or three weeks of just staying inside every wide central personnel. I feeling we're gonNA need it yet. Now it's a slow bleed like we're taking a bigger hit. Well well listen to this. Because a lot of governors and local officials. They've stepped up to lead. Northern California has instituted a stringent shelter in place rule. Which is what you're referring to Sarah. Governors in thirty seven states have shut down schools and many have shut down bars and restaurants here in New York. I Think Governor. Cuomo has done a great job. The president tweeted out something and then deleted his tweet saying that Governor. Cuomo HAS TO DO MORE GOVERNOR. Cuomo has really a lot but when I was a fan of his he's been great he's been great and that's true leadership but we've been seeing it on the state side and when we come back. I think we're going to speak to a governor correct The governor of Ohio. We'll be right back. Thank you did Republican. Ohio governor. Mike DeWine break the law by define the courts and.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on KCRW

"Mike DeWine spoke it is revealed in el Paso was well last night at a sports park dozens gather to pray for a beloved soccer coach his wife in a teen mom who were injured in the shooting that left twenty others dead Mallory fog of member station K. E. R. A. was there many bells Latin and her daughter were outside Walmart on Saturday morning raising money for their youth soccer league then shots rang out and muddy bell was struck and taken to the hospital she's currently recovering her husband Daniel spoke briefly at the vigil something overwhelming thank the crowd was filled with children in baseball and soccer jerseys all part of an extended youth sports family they held candles and bow their heads in prayer for the twenty dad and the twenty six injured you're listening to NPR news Hong Kong is being brought to a standstill today protesters paralyze transportation in the city amid a general strike following another weekend of violent protests Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie lam is warning that the city is on the verge of a very dangerous situation China has allowed its currency to plunged to its lowest evaluation since two thousand eight and Pierce Emily Fang reports that the move may be retaliation amid the trade dispute with the US the U. N. immediately slid to below a seven to one ratio for the first time in eleven years after China's central bank lowered it sixty of the exchange rate Monday morning the currency devaluation as a further sign of China's ongoing economic slowdown exacerbated by US tariffs and rising domestic debt but a week again also next China's exports cheaper and more competitive against those of the US potentially widening the US trade deficit with China trade negotiators from both countries failed to reach a deal in the ongoing trade dispute during talks last week in Shanghai when the key demands from the US has been for China to buy more US goods and we sang NPR news Beijing Wrobel financial markets following after trying to let its currency slipped the benchmarks in London and Paris down more than two percent in early trading in Tokyo the Nikkei closed down one point seven percent Europe's biggest bank HSBC says CEO John flint is leaving HSBC says front is leaving by mutual agreement after just eighteen months this is NPR news and on this Monday you are listening to KCRW on cherry glaze are good to have you here to Sigler's continuing.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Governor Mike dewine is ordered all US in Ohio flags and Fairfield county. And at the Franklin county excuse me at the state house be fun at half staff to honor fallen fallen local soldier twenty nine. Year old US army specialist Joseph call lead of Lancaster was one of two soldiers killed Friday and Afghanistan during a combat operations the order is affected now until sunset on the date of the specialists burial. The other soldier killed was Thirty-three-year-old. Sergeant first class will Lindsey of Cortez, Colorado. There is uncertainty about Great Britain's Brexit deal, and perhaps the future of its Prime Minister Theresa may. There is mounting speculation. The cabinet members in the country's conservative party are trying to force me to step down chancellor, Philip Hammond. Speaking to Sky News says Alston, the prime minister is not the best way to go. We've got to address the question of what type of Brexit is acceptable to parliament, what type of way for parliament can agree on? So that we can avoid what would be an economic catastrophe over no deal exit Hammadi, the situation is not about the prime minister or any other individual. It's about the future of the country and changing the prime minister party or even the government will not help. There was bad news from the red yesterday that the second basement scooter Janette will miss eight to twelve weeks. They right groin strain. Janette suffered the injury in Friday's cactus league game against the brewers. It's the final spring training game and good for the reds this afternoon as they host the Rockies coverage on wwl w will begin to thirty five, but the salvage store USA inside pitch. Followed by first pitch at three. Oh, five Xavier men's basketball. They visit taxes in the second round of the NIT on fifty five KRC this afternoon pregnant begins at three thirty that will be followed by a four o'clock tip. Our next update is at eleven o'clock. I'm Sean Gallagher seven hundred w l w. Whatever party, you dream party city will help you bring it to life. So we say dream big.

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"mike dewine" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"mike dewine" Discussed on Here & Now

"Most of the focus when it comes to next week's elections has been on the house and the Senate, but there are governors races around the country as well, including in Ohio where Democrat Richard cordray is up against Republican Mike dewine joined goals covers state politics for high public radio. She's in Columbus. Joe? Hello. And let's talk about these candidates. Richard cordray a lot of people know him because he used to run the consumer financial protection bureau. He is also a five time jeopardy champion and a Marshall scholar. Tell us about him. Yeah. You know, he's kind of nerdy, actually. And he would say that he's describing himself that way, actually. But you know, the thing with cordray is he's he's very measured in what he says people here know him he's served as a state lawmaker he served as state treasurer, he served as g and then as you said he served in the federal level. He's been out of state for a while. But now he's back running for governor. And he is coming in saying he wants to uphold the affordable. Care act. He has a comprehensive bond package for road repair and infrastructure improvements. So that's that's where he's running right? Okay. And Mike dewine is the current AG of Ohio. We've actually had him on the show before talking about the opioid crisis. But he apparently likes to pass out his wife's cookbook when he campaigns at state fairs. Tell us more about him. Well, some of those recipes are mighty good anyway. Yeah. Mike dewine is pretty well known to people. He has a big every year he has a big ice cream social down in his hometown. A lot of people know him, you know, from that. But he's he's very folksy. Mike dewine was a former US Senator. He's also served at the state level. He was with our governor former governor Voinovich back in the nineties and served with him. So, but he has been very staunch against the Affordable Care Act, in fact on his first day and. Office. He went in with some other states and filed against a filed a lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act. He comes out. Now, he's saying, you know, I like this idea of having protection for these pre existing conditions. But he still says there are problems with the Affordable Care Act that need to be fixed. All right. Let's listen to what they sound like as they're debating this this clip that we're gonna play here. They're talking about a measure on the ballot called issue one which would emphasize drug treatment over prison time. Here is dhuine who thinks it's too soft on criminals. Are you talking? We're that we're not going to let out tonight differs. It's my Turk outreach to mind term. And they get out. It's my under your program. Can they get out child pornography? It's might cook it and here's cordray getting a word in. We are the worst state in the nation. The Trump administration CDC report said we had the highest increase in federal deaths last year any state in the nation. All right. So. So what we're doing right now is not working. What am I four? I'm for anything that will change what we're doing. Now. Explain what's going on there, obviously, Ohio as we've talked about is a place with one of the worst situations when it comes to the opioid crisis. It sure is we're losing fourteen Ohioans day because of opioid abuse. And and it's gotten out of hand, and one of the things that we that issue one that they were both referring to speaks to is. It would take some of these low level drug crimes and take people who were sent to prison on those and it would allow them to come up and make the case to get out. But you know, as Mike wine would say, you know, the other side of it is people say, well, you know, you can get the treatment, but you should be getting that treatment and also getting the punishment for doing crime. This is just going to open the doors to more problems..

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