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"minnesota department health" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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08:46 min | Last month

"minnesota department health" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And on today's show, we've been talking to Colonel Scott Roeder, the director of operations for the Minnesota National Garden. Colonel. I've got a quote here from the edge in general Major General Sean Maki And he says the Minnesota National Guard stands raised assist the people of the state and the nation. Through the uncertainty of this covert 19 crisis, period. Guardsmen and list to serve and defend their friends and neighbors during times of need, whether for a pandemic natural disaster or to defend our nation overseas. The guard will be there when they need us in, Colonel. We've talked on the show before about the National Guard, especially the Minnesota National Guard has a dual mission. One is part federal, and we've talked about the fact that we've got troops. Deployed around the world and some of them coming home and in the state mission. And of course, the state mission of this year has been focused on a couple of things. We've had some some writing, and you've been called up to to aid with that. But what we want to talk about this segment is the state call up in support of Over 19 and Colonel. My understanding is most of your guardsmen. When they're called up to state active duty to help their neighbors. They get pretty excited about the opportunities. Theo help their neighbors with whatever it might be. Tom. When we do a call up like this. Typically, we don't have to necessarily call up units, percent of you an operation. A lot of times we can reach out to our soldiers and airmen and ask for volunteers. And it's amazing how many people will come forward to support their communities in the state and these types of operations, especially when you know where there's Ah, crisis happening. And our fellow Minnesotans need our help. So It's It's great to see the mass volunteer force that we can weaken, typically get amongst our soldiers, Norman answer and currently in support of the covert 19 pandemic. Understand your guardsmen are have been called up in there focusing on three areas. Supporting the naval swab, community testing, supporting saliva, community testing and staffing, support the long term facilities and when they do that. That's my understanding that they will not be conducting the testing, but they'll be assisting with logistics registration supply management in transportation in coordinates with local public health staff. Sounds to me like they're doing everything to help the the public health staff to speed up the process and make it as efficient as possible. That's correct, Tom Way help wherever we can with those operations. It's amazing when they went to open up these no barrier testing sites. It's It's amazing how fast the schedules fill up and how many people you know, attend Those sites toe get tested, which is great to see. It's good to see people out there being tested to make sure that there Cautious amongst their fellow citizens here in the state of Minnesota, and we're just happy to be Ah, big part of that, Whether it's in support operations, logistics operations. Anything we could do Tol help increase the capacity. Serve. You opened up some of your armories to be someone I semi permanent testing locations. We have come. We're currently in 17 separate community based testing sites. Thea Armory locations that we've opened up for. These testing sites are located in her Grove Heights. Anelka. Stillwater, Hibbing Crookston Morris Albert Lea, Would Dina Fairmont Hutchinson. Nilka and Amber Grove Heights. So we're in quite a few armories. Well, those do you think those will be open for the rest of the year, sir? All right. Right now. They're projected to be open through 31 January. And for our friends and neighbors, for all those people live in Minnesota, if they need to get a test is that those tests available free Colonel? They are. It's no barrier in there. They're free tests for that for the community. Yes, sir. So in those communities that you just mentioned if they if you need to get a test than go over there and go to those those armories and and your troops will take care of him. Colonel. I understand that you're also staffing to support some long term care facilities. Is there some special training required for your airman and soldiers that air called up for that duty? There is Tom Aziz. I'm sure you're aware, you know when it comes to the long term care facilities. Typically, they're staffed with nurses and certified nursing assistance. And then the CNN position the certified nursing assistant. That's that's some pretty tough duty. Um, it's It's a very difficult task to make sure we're purple. You're providing proper care for. The senior citizens throughout our state of Minnesota, and there's a lot of long term care facilities throughout the state. S O in the state identified a need due to staffing shortages due to staff becoming infected with Cove it or being in close contact me asked what we could do it the Minnesota National Guard to help support in conjunction with the Minnesota Department health, We developed a Training program that consists of forties. We have one day of in class training and computer based training that our soldiers there been received. And then they have two days off hands on training where they actually learn how to operate some of the equipment and how to work with with patients. And then the final day is a certification process. And at the end of that, four days are soldiers. Airman leave with becoming certified. Temporary nurse's aide, So it's not quite a certified nursing assistant. But it's a temporary nurse's aid that can go in and help assist with various tasks and duties within those long term care facilities. Colonel. Most all of your most of your National guard. Soldiers and airmen have other civilian jobs. So if they're called up and asked to participate to help with the support long term care facilities, what's a typical deployment? Look like Do they come up for a couple of weeks and then get relieved, or they up for a longer period of time. Well right now, with the support that we're providing a to various locations currently, right now, we're in seven different long term care facility locations on then not knowing necessarily how long the support is going to be required. Um, right now we've we've notified our soldiers and airmen. That rotation could be up to approximately 60 days. Um, it could be a sooner released on that. But the intent is way have them developed in these medical strike teams that we've created, which are 20 man teams consisting of one nurse for Army medics or air force, medical technicians and 15 temporary nurses, aides, each one of those teams will go to a facility for up to 14 days. And then they'll be pulled off that facility go into a quarantine period where they get tested again. Ferko vid get a temporary pass where they might feel to go home, visit their family or whatever the soldiers, Airman choose to do it that they're that passed and then come back and get retested again to vary to verify that they're healthy to go back into the next long term care facility. So that's the type of rotation that were We're putting these teams through. And colonel. If there's a facility, a long term care facility out there that is exhausted all other afternoons avenues of staffing because the covert 19 do they request assistance from the state of Minnesota. They do so they will make their request up through the state Emergency operations Center. And there's a team there that is led by the Minnesota Department of Health. Where, um they Review all of the facilities throughout the state and identify the ones that are in the most need of state resources and assets. And then that's how they prioritize those. So, for instance, if there's a facility that is in critical need of assistance, and they want to utilize the National Guard for that we have a survey teams that will go on ahead of our medical strike teams. Actually meet with the director of nursing, identify what the actual needs are and set the expectations with that director of nursing of what our personnel are capable of doing and not doing so there's good expectations. And then our team will arrive with the appropriate model forces. Um, to be able to conduct the missions that are needed, Colonel, I think we're certainly thankful that we have Minnesota National Guard troops available to help bring Time of national crisis like this, But one last question for you..

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Would be recorded from the Chris Lindh all real estate studios. Twin Cities News Talk Minneapolis into 78. Will he accept the results? Only sobriety. Fox News President Trump facing that question over and over again after refusing to commit to a peaceful transfer of power If he loses moments ago, the president telling reporters he's not sure the election can be honest as he continues to raise concern about mail in ballots. Democrats accused him of trying to undermine democracy. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell weighing in on all of this this morning on Twitter, tweeting quote, the winner of the November 3rd election will be inaugurated on January 20th. There will be an orderly transition boxes John Roberts at the White House bipartisan effort to avoid a government shutdown is moving forward. Fox's Jared Halpern is live on Capitol Hill without a new spending bill. A partial government shutdown would be triggered late Wednesday night. The Senate is expected to take up a stopgap measure known as a continuing resolute Next week. A procedural vote to begin debate on the 10 week spending bill was overwhelmingly approved by the Senate that sets up consideration for final passage Tuesday or Wednesday. The House adopted the short term bill earlier this week with broad bipartisan support. The measure does not include additional covert relief but does run to a farm stabilization program requested by Republicans in additional nutrition assistance funding backed by Democrats. Lisa Thanks, Jarod. A nightly curfew remains in place in Louisville after two police officers were shot and wounded during protests last night. Over the grand jury decision not to charge the officers who shot and killed Briana Taylor in March. Mayor Greg Fischer, reaching out to protesters have the attention of the people who lead our government, our businesses, our education. And other institutions were listening. We're obviously engaged in this work and ready to do a lot more. We have to do it together, he says. Violence is not the answer after rioting, looting and dozens of arrests last night America is listening to Fox News. Reliable, dependable. If it matters to you, we've got it covered. Now your top local stories are on twin cities. News talk dot com Minnesota News Network I'm J W Cox of 100, Minnesota National Guard soldiers were mobilized today to assist in security and law enforcement surrounding the visit a vice President Mike Pence. And a one sentence written statement. Governors him all said the moon was made quote out of an abundance of caution for the safety of Minnesotans. Scott Peterson has more. Meanwhile, on the vice president's visit itself, the vice president and first daughter are in town for a cops for Trump listening session, they'll meet with community members whose businesses and lives have been negatively impacted by crime and violent extremism in the Minneapolis area. The visit comes just 40 days ahead of the November 3rd election. President Trump has promoted himself as a law and order commander in chief. He's hoping Minnesotans will embrace that message and vote red in a presidential election for the first time since 1972. The statewide covert 19 case positive rate declined for the third straight week. Minnesota Department Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm says they're always on alert for that number rising above 5%. We've been below the 5%. Test positivity mark statewide for 12 days now, which is encouraging the latest seven days report from MD age. So the case positive rate of 4% for the last full week of reporting down from four point for the week prior and 5.52 weeks before Minnesota artist Bob Dylan and Prince both charted on Rolling Stone's list of 500 greatest albums of all time. Giving native Bob Dylan's album, Blood on the tracks cracked the top 10, as did Princess Purple Rain coming in at.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

07:06 min | 5 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Next year or two. The path of the virus will determine the path economy. There won't be a robust economic recovery until we could control the virus if we do this aggressively. The testing. Tracing capacity we've built will support reopened economy as other countries have done allow Children go back to school and citizens to vote in person in November. We have talked so many times, Mike since I think, December in January when we're talking about what was going on in China. About this balance. You would always make the point over and over again about yes, Health but also about thie economy and that one shouldn't be instead of the other. You have to try to do both. Why did you finally decide along with Neil's help that we needed to make this dramatic step? Well, I think all one has to do is look at what's happening in this country right now. And I understand that, Uh, you know, we're still a house on fire. This is a large national Corona virus force fire. And ah, ahs. You and I have been talking about this for months. So you know there's a track record that's available on this, but we saw the case Numbers peak and in April in with New York being at the lead. 32,000 cases a day in this country. Then it dropped and everyone felt like we were on the way to full recovery willingly got down to 22,000 cases a day, still very substantial. On Memorial Day came and we gave up and the mix fatigue set in the weather was nice protests and basically, you know you and I talked on the show What was gonna happen and it happened. The case numbers went up to 65,000 day. Desk again began to increase quickly. You know, there was enough emphasis in the media and in orders to lock down bars and restaurants in the most on fireplaces. And then at that point cases have not a drop down into the low, 50 said. I think about 54,000 cases reported I think for the next 4 to 5 weeks will be somewhere in the high forties fifties, people will assume taking care of just like we did only assumed in May and what's going to happen with opening to colleges and universities and with high schools in particular, we're going to see another explosion of cases they're going to spread into the general community, not just stay in that young adults they adolescent population. And then we're gonna have another huge peak. Ah, and it's going to stay up there. Then we're going into the fall season of indoor eating, which is indoor air is by far the most dangerous of the places for which is virus can lurk. And so you know, our paper are up. Dad was really all about We have a choice. Here. Look what the rest of the world has done. Those countries that were in the same place. We were in March and April locked down tight. They got the virus down to a very low level. So instead of trying to contain the Super force fired 80% they contained in that 99.9%. I have been cleaning up brush fires ever since, which can be done. You'll get the GDP of the U. It's twice of what the U. S. GDP has been over the course of the last three months since they did that. They're bringing back jobs. They're bringing back the economy, and they're seeing many, many fewer cases. So I know people have an immediate reaction to a suggestion here, But I'm telling you, it's like the old oil from commercial. You can pay me now or you'll pay me later. We have a choice. And is that more millions of more cases, hundreds of thousands of more deaths and an economic situation that doesn't get better, or we're going to basically do this, and no, we can do it. Other countries and for that matter of the state of New York is done. New York has been perfectly flat with case numbers for the last 12 weeks. They've had days in recent weeks. We've had no deaths in the entire city. By the rest of the country is a mess. So let's use our state the state we both live in as example, because I'm sure a lot of people listening right now who are in parts of greater Minnesota were cova 19 numbers. Um, that they've happened, but certainly not at the level where they have taken place in Hennepin County and Ramsey County. You know, that's that's old news. That's all okay, so so dressed up for the people are saying, why should we be treated the same? We have counties right now and then you and the state of Minnesota that are among the highest in the entire state, are in greater Minnesota. Candidacies events that we talked about that happening, and suddenly they have super spreading events, and then they suddenly see a big burst in cases of spread through the community. You know, I could give you the laundry this to them right now. Go look at the data That's on the Minnesota Department Health website. This is what you and I also talked about. Is that right now we are seeing The transition from red and blue states red and blue counties to covert color states and called it color counties and this is only going to accelerate over the next 4 to 6 months. And so what we're trying to do is say, you know, we gotta at hurricane coming here. It's called a Corona virus. Probably is a good time to evacuate in this case is probably a good time to do something different than we're doing. To try to control it. And I understand all the economic issues that people can talk about mental health issues. Wonder things that we talked about in our bed piousness is why Neil's involvement was so important. I have such respect. For the Minneapolis for the Reserve Bank researchers. Neil's leadership, You know, Right now, we've done from 8% savings rate in this country to 20% because of the pandemic. People are saving. They're not spending that money alone is enough to finance this entire. Ah, response that we're talking about holding everyone hold every every person salary, whole holding every small business the whole Holding state and local governments hole and it's all money that we don't have to borrow from any other foreign country. It would be an investment in ourselves. We haven't had that opportunity in decades to even consider that possibility. Why not take that opportunity now, so no one should be left behind financially. At the same time, we will shut this virus down in a way that would allow us to maybe we can still get a football season and by the end of the fall Maybe we can still have an election where we don't have to worry about the risk of infection at the time of the election. Those are the kinds of things we won't open. Most of our schools in terms of the senior high's were not gonna open him safely at this point. If we don't do something to drive down the amount of virus transmission are canaries. Straightforward, literal. Elaborate on that a little bit, Mike if if the entire country Led by the governors, the president another apparatus within the government, self that were doing this, and we're doing this for the amount of time that you and Neil suggests. What would our country look like on a health side? After we did this. Well, First of all, I'm very open to the fact that this Khun B a Grady in't, meaning in those areas like New York. New York doesn't even you do this. They've already done it. There. There. There are locations within the United States where the activity still is very low. And with you no active surveillance.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:34 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Mandating masks in more places than Lisa Brady Fox to use Atlanta's mayor says she'll follow the lead of some other Georgia cities and require that masks be worn, pushing back on the governor's decision not to mandated statewide as a surgeon. Corona virus cases continues New Jersey's governor Expanding his mandate mask wearing at indoor gathering spots has been mandated since April, Governor Murphy said requiring it outdoors was the step he didn't want to take. Actually, we have been seeing a backslide in compliance is the weather has gotten warmer and not surprisingly, as a result, our rate of transmission has similarly crept up. Among the exceptions, people dining outdoors at restaurants and Children under two years old, Murphy says The order reminds residents there's no vaccine. There is no proven therapeutic. There's no cure. The governor said Violations will at least draw a warning. Fox is going all Scott. Meantime, the federal government opening New testing sites in search areas Texas, Florida and Louisiana hoping to catch Mohr asymptomatic cases before they can spread the virus or get sick enough to end up in the hospital. Joe Biden remains critical of the president's responds to both the pandemic and civil unrest. Unemployment is the worst since is Vince is the great Depression in the midst of all of our coming face to face with us a long overdue recognition. Around the deep wound of racial inequality. The president's presumptive Democratic challenger, telling a union group in a virtual conference that a stronger safer, more Justin Unified Nation needs to emerge. A mass walkout to protest systemic racism. That's what a national coalition of labor unions is planning, along with racial and social justice organizations telling AP Thousands of workers will walk off their jobs July 20th in more than 25 cities. What they're calling a strike for Black lives. America is listening to Fox News. Your next Fox News update in 30 minutes. Now, your top local stories are on twin cities. News talk dot com Minnesota News Network UP J W Cox filed their 2019 tax returns have one week to do so. State revenue commissioners Cynthia ballot, he says there are still a couple of 100,000 taxpayers have not yet filed filing electronically and choosing director for any return is the most convenient way to get your refund and the easiest way for you to file Last year when he was attacked, file their taxes electronically. Marley says the tax filing deadline extended to July 15th to the Cove at 19 Minnesota Department Health reported 463 more cases of covert 19 today, a drop in the daily case rate per 100,000 from yesterday in D. H. Says that's one of the factors they're using to monitor the spread of the virus. Five group campground sites now opening the Superior National Forest in North eastern Minnesota. Birch Lake Campground Fall Lake Campground Finn Skeet Lake Campground near Ely White Face Reservoir near making an in Crescent Lake campground and loosen reopened yesterday guidelines allow group campground sides of 25 people or less. Recent stretch of hot, humid weather has resulted in a number of water emergency's on Minnesota Lakes and Rivers. The dinars. Lisa Dugan says Some of those incidents involved a swimmer, drowning. There's people that are within arm's reach. That don't even know what's going on right behind them. Being aware of what she only looks like having somebody was watching anybody who's in the water. Constantly. No distractions, phone down, keeping eyes on the water, Dugan says. Despite what people think sometimes drowning can be quick and often silent..

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

07:53 min | 7 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Morning on the CenterPoint Energy Home Service, Plus hotline. Good morning, Senator Jensen. How are you? Good. Thank you. Thank you for having me on No. I appreciate you coming on early this morning on this Monday. Yesterday you released a Facebook video. Can you tell us more about that? Well. A week ago, I was notified by the Minnesota Board of Medical practice that they were required to investigating a couple of public comments. That had prompted Complaints, and one of the allegations was that when I went on a news broadcast with Chris Bergen, April 7th that When I questioned the way death certificate. Were to be filled out. According to some recent advice from the Minnesota Department, Health and the CDC that I was spreading this information on the second allegation was That I was Being reckless in terms of providing advice when I compared influenza took over 19 so I was Taken aback, but in register fact maybe I should have expected it because It seems that it's almost the sign of the times that we've seen less and less inclined of conversation. It seems like things turn immediately towards Anger and contempt towards someone that doesn't agree with human. That's what happened. So I went ahead and thought about this a lot and did a lot of soul searching and At the end of the day. I felt like this is something that I need to be justice transparent about. As I've tried to be with Pricing and pharmaceuticals in pharmacy benefit managers legislation insulin legislation. I think the public wants to know what's going on. And so that's why I thought rather than have this beat. Planted or jaded. I would just come out and say, folks, this is what's happened. Dr Jensen. Those comments as you know, we're repeated and reprinted wherever social media reaches. Were you taking out of context? In regards to my video last night, Or do you mean the signal from seven? April 7th. I think absolutely. I wass I certainly had no anticipation of that. I don't know how you really anticipate where something will go. Quite honestly, The video I put out yesterday has gone probably more places than I would have thought also, But, yeah, I think what happens is people take little snippet of it. And they put it on to something else. To advocate for a perspective, they had nothing to do with the interview. I gave crisper So what happens next regarding the medical investigation you mentioned And will you cooperate with it? I will cooperate fully. I think it's really important recognizing that board of medical practice Does important work. I mean, we know that we have positions that crossed the line, whether it be ethically in terms of behaviour in an exam room or inappropriate sexual behavior. Or even self medication The physicians have been that's been problems with that. So I think I'm definitely going to fully cooperate. My understanding is now that I've submitted my response that will be reviewed by a subcommittee of persons. And they will decide next steps as to whether or not they want to have in person interview or whether they want to request further information and I would stand ready to try to do that. Senator Johnson. Do you know who filed the complaint, and you think it was politically motivated? Well, at the risk of sounding political myself. Yes, I think this is definitely politically motivated. I do not know who filed Complaint. I do know that on social media every once in a while. Over the last couple of months, there'd be sort of Ah, Maybe sort of a snarky. Commented. You know, you should have your medical license revoked because you're undercutting doctor faulty or you're not going along with it. What the CDC said bye. Smart Alec response might have been well which CDC memorandum. Am I supposed to go along? Because things are pretty darn fluid, But in a lot of situations, I would reach out on social media. Hey, do you want have a conversation? And I know there are a couple of specific ones. Come to my mind and I was never taken up on my invitation. Let's just talk about it because most of them went to people talked. They usually carve out a little bit of common ground and maybe find that Okay. We don't quite see it the same. But we do see this part of the same. But that didn't happen. And so I don't get to know who my accusers are. We contacted The board of Medical practice, and they said, no, this is protected. So you don't get to know. We're just talking politics about 1/2 hour ago. And you're not running for re election either. Are you No, I'm not. The special session. By the way on another matter, when will that happen? And what do you want to see happen in that session? Well, I would love to see us. Perhaps three things done. I like going bonding Bill done. I'd like to see us. Move forward with us. A little legislation that gets to the heart of some of the racial injustice and took place and then at the beginning of June, I think we've got to bring the two sides together. There's definitely some things we can do in terms of Incentivizing police forces to get to dig deeper into the whole process. Oh, Hiring two applications, interviews, training, monitoring behavior, just planning. There are things that I do every day when I managed my employees, my medical clinic and I think we need to do a better job of ferreting out. Intrinsic biases and prejudices that maybe are swept under the rug. I think we should do that. I need to do a bonding bill. I think we should put together some sort of an insulin bill. That would be sort of a stop gap measure if things go against us with the lawsuit. I mean, I know the lawsuit isn't being brought. Lies. The three major manufactures Vincent. It's being brought by the lobbying arm of the entire industry, and that's not the same. But I think we could put something in place to ensure that If the courts do step in and compromised the funding mechanism that the Legislature is taking care of business, and diabetics won't feel like someone pulled the rug out from underneath them. And then I'd also love to see governor while give up his peacetime powers and let all of us start working together a little bit more. I don't think that the coven 18 crisis. Needs to be if you will. Treated as if It's a day to day emergency. The the emergency part in terms of response has taken. We've got a handle on it. We've learned a lot more about it. We've got 201 people that have been elected. Around the state and I'd like to see more of Ah joined effort and a sharing of the calculated risk that Come with managing a pandemic. Dr Jensen. I appreciate you Joining us here this morning is would break for news in a few minutes. Thank you for your time, and we'll talk again. Appreciate that. Well, thank you very much and have a good day. He is a doctor Scott Jensen, a state Senator Scott Jensen joining us this morning here on W cco of news. As it happens, we'll have much more. Steve has the latest coming up in two minutes here and W C c o It's late weeknights at night after the game on news talk a.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:05 min | 8 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Will take care of your lawn he would take care of you after the game on newstalk eight threo WCCO Hey good morning welcome back to this portion of healthy matters we're talking because the nineteen no big surprise but the doctor hill than it is the special guest and he came to join us a little bit late answering your questions both by phone and by text and doctor Hilton Klein we have a callers and Texters as well you let me know when we want to get to them thanks so much Danny we will do that in a minute under Klein I would like to ask you a little bit about your thoughts on our government a response to the pandemic and by that I mean there was a doctor I'm on the air every week telling people about the medical implications and I'm almost always trying to explain to people why I feel it's so important that we practice social distancing that we don't measure who flatten the curve if you will and and as such I am I am almost always very supportive of our governors positions that means that I know that it's really hard for people in the state of Minnesota we have to recognize the balance between our help public health interests and the interests in the entire state of Minnesota in St economically Scott can you give me your thoughts on what is the conversation like at the state capitol we will discuss these kinds of things you bet David is a great question because as you know I'm in Minnesota we have a unique situation where the only state in the nation that has a split party legislators where the senators Republican and the house is democratic and and I've seen that work in a good Minnesota fashion over the over the years as we've been able to come together on important things like opioid legislation and and banning T. C. E. and so forth so we've been able to work in a bipartisan way but I've never seen it work better than when this pandemic hit kind of early mid March and everyone really without exception set down their partisan name tags and try to figure out you know how to get money to our hospitals how to close things down safely to slow this thing down now as it with everything with the passage of time you know a little bit of partisanship has crept back in I'm sure you've seen that but the governor has really had to assume you know what are our unique position in history with this obviously issuing more than twenty executive orders at this point and Minnesotans by and large you know have been very supportive of that right now this morning the Star Tribune there's a poll showing but sixty six percent of Minnesotans support the the orders that he's issued to to protect the public health and as we grow gradually sort of resume our economy which we have to do because you know economic loss and hardship and social isolation and so forth does have a cost just like public health does still trying to find that fine balance to to weave through that it's just so difficult and I couldn't be more confidence in governor Walters leadership you that as he as he tries to navigate that and stays in close contact with us with the daily press briefings and so forth so it's a tough time for everybody no matter who you are whether you're a doctor like us in the hospital see sick people or whether you know your restaurant owner who was just about to soar to launch a new business everybody's feeling hurt in some way and we all have to you know someone that Minnesota spirit and bring it together help each other out and try to rebuild after this I was having a conversation with another one of our colleagues in the hallway at the hospital and we were commenting about solving a decades long history of good government for lack of a better word about where people do come together and put a common problem solving and we were both happy that that seems to be going on but we were both also a little nervous that it seems to be slipping a little bit in our era of partisanship are you able to walk through the Senate halls and and have good conversations with people for that you might disagree with about this issue or are does the partisanship seems to be creeping in a little bit more than you'd like you know there's some individuals who really you know will exploit circumstances for partisanship and and that's on both sides of the island not a Democrat Republican thing that's just an individual human being thing but luckily there's enough good people around who are doing it for the right reasons that you can have serious conversations I worked very closely with Paul Gazelka the Majority Leader in the Senate I work with Michelle Benson that the Republican chair of the health and Human Services committee and we're an opposite parties but we all realize that you know Minnesota is passing through a terrible trial right now and it's gonna stood to steer the ship right and and it's it's not gonna matter at the end of the day which party label we have on our backs if if we can't sort of do this right by Minnesotans so you know it's almost been inspiring in the same way going in the hospital and seeing patients that you really have to care for the bigger tasking and set aside your own ambitions a little bit some yeah that's the guy I appreciate an answer I think Minnesotans expect that of our leaders to work together Danny Danny we go to the phones in the tech fine let's do that we have a bunch of both the first up gene I believe is calling in from Chaska thanks for waiting Jean what is your question I I had a question about the across the chicken is a symptom of the virus I have a cough but it's not a dry cough and it's not blow it up in my throat kind of from this whether they call the post nasal drip I think that runs down in in in the morning and it almost every day but maybe once or twice and but it seems to move that mucus rather than the yellow class I was running if you think it should be tested and well maybe I'll take a crack at that and then I'll get I'll get a second opinion here so gene but the symptoms of cold there are largely well it can be a lot of things the cost is definitely one of them as well as fifty feet fever those are the big ones if you're getting short of breath that's a big one and then there's a host of other things that could happen loss of smell and is a contract and I headache and things like that but my advice to you is that if you have any symptoms that yes you should be tested and here's the other fortunate thing that in the phantom menace hello we are ramping up our testing so that it should be available to you if you have no symptoms whatsoever done to the journalists in the people listening then you can probably just wait it out at home but we are encouraging people but if you have any symptoms don't get tested we have used your the Minnesota department of health's sake to learn about where the testing site that we have several of them at the health care including downtown Minneapolis and in the western southern drawl we go to Minnesota department health or just call your clinic with that question I want to ask doctor and senator Klein what is your take on the state of testing in Minnesota and how are we doing yeah I think we're doing well and thank god we have partners like the Mayo Clinic and university Minnesota and Hennepin healthcare who have sort of been ambitious an hour ahead of the curve I think of how the head of the rest of the country on developing testing capacity and and getting it out to Minnesotans so that part is good and I agree that it you know two months ago he had me on and that caller who called in we probably would have told her to just sit tight because we don't have enough tests to check her out but now we do she should go and get tested the next step of what we need to do is this contact tracing so that and that it's not just for public health it so that we can restart our economy so that if a worker at a Danny's test positive you know we can quickly find out who's been in very close contact with your she we had long conversations with regional sort of shared space with over a long period of time and get those people tested too and that way you don't have to shut down the hold then you don't have to close every fast food restaurant but you can you know sort of target who needs to be isolated and and keep businesses operational make people feel safe that they're going into those businesses and a contact racing is going to be sort of the next step of what we need to do to to to get our economy back going I'm going to ask more about that after the break any book yes very good just a reminder to our listeners we have about another half hour of the show to go if you have a question for the doctors call in or text insane numbers six five one nine eight nine nine two two six we'll be back in a moment I have a look at that forecast straight ahead on Newsday okay three oh WCCO for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds as much.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:38 min | 9 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The forty percent even many in the seventies and I was in New York and either New Hampshire Vermont I know I found it which is which one of those states by main subway further walls we did we did we were leading the way they have job in covert nineteen deaths in the in in nursing homes here dresses yesterday I know he didn't because he wasn't at the presser because if I didn't want to be asked questions about how he let his body over the candy store going open up shop again no offense to cancer it's a great place but the candy store manager is fantastic yeah shop there in good standing good to be friends with Tim young walls up at lake Scott in Montrose good morning you're on with justice Andrew hello scuttle scuttle and run to the phone hello well how about it's twelve yeah you're talking so that's good good morning guys love yourself I might question yourself to call do we start recall petition I know a lot of people are just tired of Mr walls we don't recall we don't we don't Scott because it's it's gonna prove to not accomplish anything unfortunately it would look I I know that you know give it getting people up in and getting a recall effort going in is probably a very satisfying thing to do for a lot of people and I would like to see it as well but the truth is the path to recalling a governor is incredibly incredibly incredibly difficult and it would be in my opinion it would be a lot of wasted time and effort for something that was going to be proved there was going to prove few tile and end up being just somatic and you're not gonna get any attention from mainstream Minnesota media they're not going to pay any attention to it whatsoever so even the symbolic side of it would fall short because you wouldn't really get the coverage and attention that you need to send the message you're hoping to send well that's why I called him if I could get a more informed my I hate to be a Debbie Downer but don't look well you know what the whole month is going to Debbie it has got real quick though but before I let you go you know if if you want to give people organize and you want to work on something and change things the the we do have elections coming up in November and more governor walls is not on the ballot you know there are a lot of there are a lot of DFL members of the house that are and that's where this could be stopped the house of representatives in Minnesota is where this could be stopped today if there was the political will to do it but there isn't because they have a strong DFL majority so my advice would be focus you know all the energy and effort that you would like to focus on re calling to malls focused on flipping the house well sorry buddy thank you and then in the end but the other problem with that is when you're looking at sort of tactics and and and narratives it's the unfortunate reality is a even a comprehensive extensive you know put in a lots of signatures on a petition to recall walls there's an argument to be made that it actually is detrimental to what we're dealing with right now it just ends up fueling the the the media in Minnesota that we more than happy to go into past the side that once just to see things open but was also be safe it's just a bunch of crazy people that been are turning this into partisan politics just like we always said would know when they when they were so gung ho on impeaching Donald Trump like fine you're gonna end up with president pence you're right walls we're gonna end up with governor Flanagan I'm good it hurt just to say I'm I'm not I'm fine that's fine shivered Wisconsin good morning Jenny that it good morning guys your carrier will change my thoughts below zero or what some might call earlier about beavers in Wisconsin why the timing of these changes the orders there is a lawsuit going through the Wisconsin Supreme Court this week this block and stop his orders so we think that he gets out ahead of this lawsuit so he he does bring court look by a release those businesses go back to work so this lawsuit doesn't mean anything secondly if you remember Walker governor Walker was recalled it was because we had to do another vote for him it really but basically in the long run destroyed his political career in here Wisconsin the Democrats think long term I would be for recall of your governor vetoes because in the long term it would hurt him worse but that's my opinion yeah I gotta do you fall back to in thanks for the call Jim I can devote back to you said drew it's you know it's six one half dozen the other you know and and and we have facts right now we have facts and data to back up why we think things should change within that to me is a lot more powerful than you know lodging a recall complaint which is what it would ultimately be given the time you've made any progress on that we be so far down the road on this whole thing it would be irrelevant anyways I know it's it it's a lot of effort it's a lot of organization and it's fair amount of money you know to get that much organization when the result is sort of predetermined and and you know what you're really hoping for with the recall effort at least here in Minnesota you know the dynamics different in Wisconsin for for sure which really hoping for is you know pressure and coverage and make you know forcing him to sort of change his path and I just don't I just do not see that being successful now CNN has an article who's who's the Yahoo the rictus again mark ostler Marco Sir mark ostler is a fanboy of course according to the Google's American legal scholar a law professor at the university of St Thomas school and critic of narcotics policy in capital punishment is is it is it does he have like a logo that says paint these are his little business because they get very cold thank you this thing understand is is playing games sticking straight up he said he isn't his own wikipedia page I'm pretty sure he wrote this pretty sure he wrote this week he wrote this garbage on April twenty of Minnesota governor Tim walls of the news conference of the CEO of eco lab one of his partners in the important initiative to obtain medical supplies in response to cover nineteen in the crisis during that time he she pushes sheepishly admitted being somewhat handicapped because his dog a black lab mix named scout had eaten his classes okay that's our governor okay he gets his glasses eaten by the dog those few minutes summed up the democratic governor pretty well well while her head she is like a bumbling eighty sit com data music and I'm using but even I'm using just an anecdote right and he's like as of up pretty well he might not be the most Polish guy but he gets things done does wait stop the world is that some how does the dog he has glasses show that he's getting things done things done it's not anything that is glasses wells's dose of humility is a welcome contrast to the bluster in on wanted certainty of some other leaders some other leaders so I wonder who he's referring to so called moon so clever the unwarranted certainty of some other leaders he's he's just own it dude just say it yeah we all know what you want to say we all know you're talking about trump will know what you mean just own it some other leaders I mean to be coy I'm I'm Corey Corey Corey we create you know what I mean super we have one anybody barred ostler mark Corey when Wallace talks about the pandemic he's more of a football coach in the slick politician and there's a reason for that before entering politics as a member of Congress NO six he was a soldier in the army national guard a teacher and yes the football coach at Mankato west high school top division high school football in Minnesota is usually dominated by teams from Minneapolis and St Paul suburbs but wells led a team from blue earth country to win its first state championship well good for him well clearly he can fight this pandemic than I I yeah how is any of that relevant it's Ralph whether or not he's a good governor he's gonna show varsity blues to covert nineteen it's gonna run plays all up and down the field of disease that we're gonna Friday night lights this into submission remember the Titans yeah it's very seriously serious seriously watching walls address Minnesotans in the Daily News and Daily News conferences he seems like the coach he was preparing his team for the big game oh my god this is what we're dealing with yeah I know man did answer the phone a friend people are giving me a hard time Hey mark this just isn't true because of being very nice mark I wrote this piece would you would you mind disability at the CNN right park make any changes you deem necessary to make it your own I just I really miss coaching football an observer like unlikely expects the conference to end with let's do this before everyone runs out of the room and into in into the tunnel to the field what conference is he why don't know what the heck this to talking about it is you watching your your yeah social distance the black out of the state home hard so hard all to keep myself isolated in the loan also that covert nineteen response does do this I'm gonna not go to so many restaurants we all too great I'm so not gonna patronize the businesses that have been deemed worthy to stay open I didn't go to more restaurants than you didn't hold really didn't go to Morris tristate inside more than you were up for a per capita basis show that Kobe as governor walls these briefings getting fired up I have no idea mark ostler apparently she says it is endearing approach that has produced some success Minnesota not unless you live in a nursing home yeah because we leave if we leave the the nation and nursing home unless you're literally the most vulnerable right unless you're literally the person that read that needs the most protection and safety and interview intervening from the state in order to protect you in a long term care facility managed by the Minnesota department health unless you're one of them otherwise he's been great yeah I'm really glad you brought that up that's an amazing point what if we don't from the get go there right as a credible what if we don't start.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Construction work till the fall get ready person main restrictions and liberalize make way through the area Jerry Peterson was talking through WCCO well there's really no sports to talk about no said today so he will not be with us but we're just kind of keep an eye obviously the big talk in the world of sports today is about the Olympics whether or not they're gonna postpone and there's a lot of pressure lot athletes former Olympian saying Hey let's knock it off let's not do it the committee says yeah well wait three weeks before we make a decision on that so nothing solid as of right now AT and the reason that's kind of it I mean obviously the sports world is slow down with everything that's going on out there will have a briefing today two o'clock here in Minnesota on what's happening the M. top administration officials right now the congressional leaders as you would turn the radio on this morning still struggling to finalize that nearly what now is up to two trillion economic rescue package but we did hear from the fed here just a few minutes ago governor plenty commented Nigel Slazenger the CBS senior business analyst commented on it so we're keeping an eye on that and apparently turn the futures market around that's for sure is it will open up now but it was going down until that made Nelson was made just before eight o'clock this morning so we'll continue to watch Wall Street here kind of I don't know if we look directly at or just kind of looking like a traveling gas you can look in the just don't want to look at but you today anyway the market's starting out higher today the surgeon affections is caused a critical shortage of medical supplies in many places you heard doctor Oester home talking about that this morning the hunt for ventilators and other critical items is consuming Europe the US deaths around the world to pass the fifteen thousand mark on Monday so we continue to watch that as well this morning the trillion you heard the almost two trillion dollar emergency bill continues to be talked about though they hope to have a vote today on that so we'll keep an eye on that as well U. S. now has the fourth highest number of coronavirus cases it appeared that US had the third highest number falling Italy in China but this morning for the number of cases in Spain if you've watched that website from the WHL has risen sharply in one of our senators rand Paul he was one that oppose that relief package last month denounce he's tested positive for the virus you did that yesterday as well so we're watching that this morning here on WCCO L. yes the governor walls announced a new executive order which authorizes our National Guard to provide assistance during this peacetime emergencies so their mission right now is to transport personal protective equipment like these facemask we've talked about from storage at the camp will lead to the department of health here in Minnesota there's a low supplies were all well aware of so that is what the the National Guard is doing they've already begun that they're active through the duration of again this peace time emergency also yesterday out of the Mayo Clinic they helped the Minnesota catch up on covert nineteen laboratory testing that was just in our daily briefing the Minnesota department health commissioner Kris Ehresmann thank to Mayo Clinic for eliminating the back log of lab specimens that needed testing and because the mails efforts to state now believes it's caught up on all the testing statewide commissioner said we believe we can keep pace with the volume of priority testing so anyway one hundred sixty nine confirmed cases here nineteen including a one day out there and we'll talk about that with the the Steve at the news at the top of the hour as well so twenty eight counties across the state of Minnesota from the Iowa border to Saint Louis and clay counties up in northern Minnesota first cases yesterday came out a Cass county analysts were county the county with the most cases I saw was Hennepin and then what numbers yesterday were fifty seven Hennepin only eighteen Ramsey and down to call you had as of last report about eleven but again with the it's hard to know with the test the one thing that they did bring up yesterday the press conference again is that a lot of dental offices are closed and because of that some of the E. R. rooms here in our state more folks are coming in with dental emergencies so she really called on all of us that are for having problems dental it with our dental issues reach out to our dentist because he are just can they can't afford to give up the space for that so they're asking Dennis to make accommodations for emergency care Max she was talking about earlier this morning we were chatting about blood donations here in Minnesota and other commercial brought up your St Michael's talking about the fact that he was able to do this and donate blood so the arm desperate need for blood donations are Minnesota you can check that out too and find out about that because donating blood is safe she said blood banks have taken steps to ensure that your okay so that's another big thing to keep in mind just looking at the markets now unfortunately it looks like they're going to be down as we start off the trading day they were going up on the futures after that announcement for right now down we'll check those numbers for you coming up in just a few minutes W. C. show time is eight forty four good morning this is the morning news and they.

Jerry Peterson
"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:31 min | 11 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And symptoms of cold dead and is there any way to tell from other illnesses so what would people be feeling if if they had this thing that's a great question so it's a lot of common things that go with restaurant section so cough in more severe cases trouble breathing and people often will have a fever as well I'm relocation people can have a gastrointestinal symptoms like some diarrhea but that is not as common so the main thing to look for really are sort of fever cough trouble breathing that sounds like blue you're right very similar and that's the trouble with the timing of this virus is that it's you know hitting it during flu season and so we have a lot of people coming in who are worried they may have it and actually are testing positive for the flu so that kind of Segways if you will into some of the other questions that I've been hearing a lot okay so I'm sitting at home and I was I have those symptoms I haven't traveled to China I haven't traveled to Italy none of those things but I have a love of fever I have a consonant and what would a person do in that situation if they are not from one of those high risk places that's another good question so what we are messaging to people is that if you have symptoms say fever cough and respiratory symptoms if you're not feeling that sick we really recommend people stay home because we don't have any treatments other than support of Kerr's like fluids Tylenol to bring your fever down rest and those are all things you can do at home and you know if by coming in you run the risk if you are sick with something of of spreading it to other folks so if you have mild symptoms we just recommend staying home if you have any questions or concerns call your doctor the doctors lines in our science telehealth lines are all prepared to answer your questions but please call no matter what if you think you might need to command and if you're very sick that's another situation right let's say you're feeling like you're really having trouble breathing you know call if possible but no you can still use the nine one one ambulance services as normal I understand and as most listeners in the upper Midwest would probably aware of by now there is one case one confirmed to testing positive case of corporate nineteen in Minnesota my understanding and and I will admit to not being fully informed but that this particular individual for lack of a better word did everything right this person did call the clinic and this person wore a mask to get tested and then has been staying home and avoiding other people that sounds like maybe what people ought to do on exactly what this individual had done yeah that is correct I have to give a big kudos to this person for paying attention to what's going on in the news and guidelines at cetera there is one case in Minnesota as you mentioned and the bit that I know is that he was on a cruise ship and so he has it he's been he had risk and which is reassuring that we're not just seeing someone in the community where it's spreading around and they had no known risk factors and he did do everything right he stayed home and tell he decided he needed to get tested or ask more questions or get help he called them first he wore a mask and then by calling in that allows the health care providers some time to get ready for him have a plan have the room ready get all of their personal protective equipment on and yet to my knowledge he wasn't the Minnesota department health does a investigation after you know after someone tests positive and what's really reassuring as he hadn't been in contact because he hadn't been feeling good and and stayed home he had been in contact with many people so that's really a good thing yep so yeah I agree with that kudos to this gentlemen for and sorry that he and if he happens to be less chances are you don't feel well but I think that we'll talk more about how serious the illness says and we'll talk about what people ought to do about schools and traveling vaccines we have a lot more to talk about I understand there might be somebody who has a question exactly about that on the phone lines listeners might know I'm calling from Illinois but I believe we do have some other callers on the line you might want to have a question about self quarantine right and the colors and textures as well as Dr let me give the phone number that applies to both of you want to call into question or send a text six five one nine eight nine nine two two six Randy is calling from favorable with the question thanks for waiting ready what is your question your quick questions how do they disinfect clothes in hotel rooms between visits and also how do you self quarantine in the apartment building both good questions so the first one disinfect skews me disinfecting pillows hotels and other establishments have sort of their own routine not just Pacific to cover nineteen but their own routines sanitizing processes and so by washing and bleaching and doing all of those things there should be no concern that you know your pillowcase or bed sheets what have this if you were to stay in a hotel the second question you asked was about self quarantining and so and in an apartment building it it's a little bit it's a little bit tough of course when you live in an area where other people are there I don't think people need to self quarantine if they're feeling well so if you're feeling fine you can go out and about and and you know undergo your daily business if you're feeling sick we recommend you know staying home not going out and asking your healthy friend or family member or someone if you need groceries or things like that to help to help bring you something that answer question yeah it is this is David you know it if you're relatively you have to be relatively close to people do you not I had to get the infection you mean yeah yeah so if someone is in their own apartment building and you're not right next to other people for a long period of time that's a reasonably effective way to isolate from each other yeah that's correct and so that again we say six feet away from someone or being within six feet of someone and being around them for two minutes or more so what we call a close contact is the highest risk for getting sick so if you're just in the apartment next to someone who is ill you should be just fine there is a tax doctors that says this does having the pneumonia vaccination help with protection from the coronavirus late stage complications that's a great question so as of right now we have no specific vaccines for corona virus and then pneumonia virus vaccines are for a different type of bacterial infection called numa caucus or pneumococcal pneumonia in so that pneumonia shot won't won't help anything in the situation and there's another one go ahead doctor held I was gonna I was gonna ask kind of follow up on a couple of these things and and do people when you get very very ill develop secondary bacterial infections from corona you know with any virus if someone has bad respiratory disease from it so flew coronavirus that cetera you can be at risk for developing a secondary bacterial pneumonia so that's a great question if you if you have the pneumonia shots that will protect you from you know a different bacterial pneumonia if you were to be really sick from a viral illness like covert nineteen in my second if I if I could have one more I'm sure they will go back to the tax lines but I'm sitting in a hotel room right now looking at the polls and and so to follow up on Rennie's question does blundering in generally just for not just people in hotels but laundering of clothing is that an effective way to eliminate the virus off of our clothes Kaelin yeah I think it is just going through the normal cleaning process should be just fine the tech said the fact the same question from two different textures they wanna know how long the virus can live on surfaces that's a great question so we don't know exactly how long I've heard different estimates like maybe around four days or longer which are you think oh my goodness that's a long time but if you do sort of practice routine cleaning at home and wiping things down and of course we have daily cleaning practices within the hospital to that has been shown to kill pretty much all of the virus so just make sure you're wiping things down with cleaning solution with sixty percent alcohol or more and that is a great way to to keep surfaces clean I know we need to take a bottom of the hour break and look at the weather but let's invite our listeners to join in on the conversation we talk about the coronavirus all our today and healthy matters calling your question or send a text with the doctors six five one nine eight nine nine two two six in the Twin Cities guys affair a south Windsor sixteen dollar currencies your temperature reading forty nine degrees stay with us is your child ready.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Guys twenty six degrees at six o'clock I'm Steve Sampson new numbers this morning the number of coronavirus cases here in the U. S. health officials now say two hundred thirty cases around the country Colorado and Nevada reporting their first well there are still no confirmed covert nineteen cases here in Minnesota health officials are preparing for that to change bill pending in St Paul would give the department of health twenty million dollars to combat a potential outbreak yesterday it passed its first committee the money would go to investigate and monitor the illness in all twelve deaths have been reported here in the U. S. all but one of them in Washington state yesterday in a visit to three M. vice president Mike pence praised both the company and the state on their response so far as the president said we're all in this together and he wanted me to be here in Minnesota to build on the strong partnership that we have with your administration here to protect the people of Minnesota as our nation deals with the coronavirus so far no cases have been confirmed here Minnesota again but test results are pending on at least ten people as officials focus on corona virus Minnesota department health officials announcing twenty eight more deaths from the common flu the total number of people statewide who have died from the flu this season is ninety five after this recent spike that matches last season's total the flu is still widespread in Minnesota the average of those who have died this season is seventy three and includes two children Sloan Martin newstalk eight three L. WCCO this morning one person in custody apparently after a shooting on a bus last night in New Hope chapel near the intersection of forty second and Gettysburg around nine o'clock there are rider was found shot in the leg on the bus that's owned and operated by first transit but branded as metro transit vehicle met council says the suspect was picked up a short time later no other details have been made available one person is dead another in custody after an apparent domestic dispute inside a home in maple Grove police were called just after six last night the sixty two hundred block of magnet drive where they found the victim and suspect the Hennepin county sheriff's office is assisting in that investigation Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry not happy with members of the city council blasting a council committee for rejecting an application for a federal grant for more police officers the council committee Wednesday rejected the grant sided reluctance to commit to new hires before study is really showed what Minneapolis police needs are there Friday says to reject even the possibility of accepted federal money for two officers was a big mistake I really don't understand the argument that it's all over again all we're doing is applying to get a grant of federal money if we do decide to move forward with more police officers the one point three million dollar grant would have funded ten new officers for traffic enforcement the Minneapolis city council has consistently pushed back against that a new police even though the police chief has suggested up to four hundred new officers are needed mark Friday's talk eight three WCCO fry was a guest of WCCO Chad Hartman yesterday senator any club Machar's asking the top prosecutor Hennepin county to begin an independent investigation into the conviction of my on Burrell the black teen sentenced to life after an eleven year old girl was killed by a stray bullet in a letter to Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman club star said quote significant concerns about the evidence in police investigation had been raised by an Associated Press investigation members of the Hennepin county community and my own family in response Freeman says his office is reviewing the information but he stopped short of shipping the case out of his office I'm Steve Sampson on newstalk eight threo WCCO here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat.

Steve Sampson
"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"A shark getting into it with a number of our opponents including an accusation against south bend where people judge of having impressive goals but a poor track record of actually winning I think winning matters I think a track record of getting things done matters and I also think showing our party that we can actually bring people with us have a wider tent have a bigger coalition and yes longer coat tails that matters CBS political reporter Caitlin he we branches closure once again trying to separate herself from the past a few weeks away really from voters weighing in in Iowa and any clover stars one of those candidates that has been trying to gain some momentum there and you saw her take those direct shot at he greeted sheds and trying to you know appeal as a more moderate force in this party that he's not the only one and appeal to a place like Iowa the next debate is in Iowa on January fourteenth Minneapolis police investigating the homicide this happened about six thirty last night in the sixteen hundred block of Russell Avenue north that's where they found a man who'd been behind the wheel of a crashed S. U. V. suffering from a gunshot wound he was taken to hospital and later pronounced dead no name of the victim yet and there are no known suspects a new report from the Minnesota department health shows the flu is now widespread here in the state shows a total of six influenza related deaths this season that's up from three last week and two hospitals M. health fair view and Alaina health enforcing temporary visitor restrictions because of the outbreak both of them are reading children under the age of five from entering their facilities are also asking anybody who is sick to avoid visiting patients the holiday break starting today for thousands of Minnesota students and for some of them it could mean a break in ray gular meals more than two hundred thousand Minnesota children live with food in security meaning they don't always know if they'll have food for their next meal they often rely on their school to provide both breakfast and lunch in many cases so when school's out they might miss a meal that's why the YMCA the shared and story and the John W. moody foundation are teaming up to provide free bags of food to those in need every kid in family should never struggle with food and this is just a wonderful opportunity to make sure that those in need will have some food over the holidays David Dominic with the wind same Paul says ten thousand bags of free food will be available at all of their locations starting tomorrow Susie Jones news talk eight three oh WCCO I'm Steve Sampson a new stock a three oh WCCO my version of a heavy metal Christmas on their free speech people going down rock and roll like to shake it up a little bit shake my groove thing never did understand that song.

Six Deaths Related To The Flu Outbreak Have Been Reported In Minnesota

The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Six Deaths Related To The Flu Outbreak Have Been Reported In Minnesota

"A new report from the Minnesota department health shows the flu is now widespread here in the state shows a total of six influenza related deaths this season that's up from three last week and two hospitals M. health fair view and Alaina health enforcing temporary visitor restrictions because of the outbreak both of them are reading children under the age of five from entering their facilities are also asking anybody who is sick to avoid visiting

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Our you know researching here today yeah we have tons be lecture people or somebody on our stage right now we're over the driven to discover building they're talking about R. E. cigarettes safer than cigarettes in the thing is is they just don't know yet there's a lot of toxins that are in there and they just haven't had the time to research it like they have had cigarettes some people say at least you're not smoking a cigarette but then there are other chemicals in the news is we've seen their kids getting sick from the asking of this so we have a lot of research in this area because it's so hot yeah we you know it's interesting that you bring that up because I I re I related to this if if an adult wants to if they're smoking and they say okay well this is healthier five you're an adult right but I think E. cigarettes were with they were marketed at at kids yeah and they were marketed as cool and and then it just the way it looks and stuff and I think that's been kind of an issue too is where it's like it became cool for kids right that you need just the name jul it's got this it's got the connotation to it and the flavors are coming out with bubble gum and all these flavors that are not targeted towards adults and so it is it is disappointing but we've got researcher in we're working with Minnesota department health and others to start a campaign it to to put out the jewel yeah and and as you mentioned so that's at the driven to discover research facility right now yes okay also you know this summer free cancers skin cancer screenings at that's going on there too right yep so people can go in they've got this really cool thing you put your head under the hood and it shows you the sun damage you had you've got a weird spot a weird mall the they're able to check that out for you as well okay and then I think it's amazing when you when you look at like how far we've come in terms of a society ABC just you know we need these foods anyone think about it but are we we keep learning that our diet is just so important yeah there's a lot of processed foods out there but there are foods a lot of our studies are in cruciferous vegetables so Brockley cabbage Brussel sprouts and they have enzymes and and mechanisms in them that help you prevent cancer so eat those down it is always great fried food out here and please eat that but also supplement your diet with some of these good thank you so your dad right yes what hold on one in three okay so you you're in it man I'm in it what you find them eating foods like a do you have to be very particular residence like I mean the one year old probably bottles I assume rattles and whatever you put in front of these machines is that right what about the what about the three year old any picky eater I she's a little bit I mean she will eat we had Brockley last night but then she also had blue box macaroni and cheese so okay you know because our kids like to go through these periods where all they love they love pasta the end of the next date I don't like pasta if you like what you know you love pasta right last night I made my daughter this nice macaroni cheese of beef in it and she looked at me and just took the ball and that that does does that all the all all of the Florida hello my goodness how you feeling now next Thursday you're from South Dakota I am now United jackrabbit though no my parents went to U. S. D. and I went to North Dakota so I'm I'm all go for now okay we would you and he went to you Eddie you did okay it's interesting too because you you grew up in peer and now you're in Saint Paul you just live in capital cities I I it I love this is me being super sarcastic I love politics I just let it happen eight let's get into it we got the Minnesota GOP booth right there out let's get them over here we'll just all have a conversation on politics Max you can be right in the middle of it that I that I.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is going to be gorgeous so everybody listening expect crowds like this every single day and plan ahead so I because it is absolutely stunning here speaking of beautiful so we have a beautiful audience for day one to that's right at the new the new and improved my talk building where are we looks a little while we are on under would just south of Randall Avenue that's right so come see us from the dead chan has a dinner theater stage from six eight to six P. all the shows are here US Kalina Bradley don and Steve and three to six the all be here they are they they will all be here and don't forget to pick up some merch the twenty nineteen Hey girl Hey shirt is out and that's one of our favorite designs we've ever had you're gonna love it at that soft cotton so pick up one before your size because we all we sell a lot of these every single year you can only get them at the fair yeah sorry again we try to answer as many fair questions as we can people email us all the time we can't say it enough there we can't make any exceptions we can't mailing to people acted online yeah I'd only only only at the state fair it is now eight thirty three now before we get to Tom Bergeron and Bethenny Frankel yeah we have to talk about you for a second Alexis done okay right before I went to bed yes god you know I'm going to bed and I'm like Hey I'm going to bed a little later because starting today our show now begins at six AM so we get to sleep in a little bit later we had a lovely here's to the fair to carry through the fair that's right it's a it's a now permanent change but so get ready to go to bed and I do one last spin to the internet I'm like okay let me make sure the world is an exploding let me make sure we haven't bought Greenland let me just go to bed peacefully right and I see on the Alexis Thompson Instagram page I hope he has a baby onesie that did you did some okay explain this a says help mommy's doll scare me and it's one of the surrounded by your demonic little dolls that you collect Marnie is an awesome crafty friend of mine and she made that onesie for the baby okay my mom is baby scare me and so I was I was like I have no idea what she's talking about and then the babies were surrounding the onesie don McLean so back at the ranch have you seen this horror of a photo no I haven't no don one we take a moment right here we saw a half hour of the show go ahead John fire up your lovely computer your phone and going to take a look at Alexis is Instagram accounting we invite all of you to do it to it with your phone select and the cities and take a look at this one Z. Leka don as a few angles of it yeah and she has the ones you surrounded by her reign wall number eight eight dot G. Redwall number eight there are hundreds of them that's not yeah I do have more that's not all of them know I do have a lot more I just and there's only a few of them with blood on their hands only a few of them yeah that's horrifying come on very cute but I don't know what you're talking about by saying that they're gonna scare the bait because again now how far away is your doll collection nursery I do want to yeah either it's the distance yeah yeah we are having switching rooms around so actually they will be next door to each other it eventually once the transformation comes together here on yeah it's like dolls are three three that's right yeah it's gonna be it's gonna be Damien omen to all eight thirty six big big news for the real housewives Bethenny Frankel announced yesterday she's out she was big news it is big like these although she's done this before he's quit before he I believe twenty twelve I think twenty eleven yep she quit the real housewives of New York and now miss skinny girl Margarita is leaving again you are not surprised by that I'm not surprised at all that franchise real housewives is a dying franchise no one's watching and it John is just too much it's too over the top we've got a lot of that in real life right now so I I just I just don't feel like it has the I mean definitely as I have a fire like it used to I'm glad he was not interested I the ceilings were my ladies I let you watch I even yeah I checked out all the new ones no download to Atlanta Jeez you well you have the York in Beverly hills those are two of my jam so yeah I I think this is actually a perfect time for her to leave and especially since she has a production deal with mark Burnett's that's huge do you think yeah I just I literally disagree with every single thing all really like like okay I'll take for us first it is not a dying franchise yes the ratings are down but it's still performs well for Bravo so all debate you there it next I don't know if this is ultimately going to be a good move for her because I think I think fans of Bethany like her on the in the ensemble of the real housewives I don't know what they're going to like her just with Bethany you know what I mean what I'm curious about the project she has going because I would guess that she would want to do some stuff behind the scenes as more of a producer that creatively will probably fill her up more and not having to you know go to any team in these shows you think she's seen of countess luann and her cabaret ends yeah I'm all of those things you know and I got to go do stuff with each other yeah and how many fights can you have you don't believe that would get tiresome you know today how many dinner parties can you throw glassware at each other I mean we've had a few but that's you know you did some point we don't talk like that on there yeah we don't throw right don we only throw plastic silverware yeah for sure doesn't mean raises yeah sometimes if we yeah don't you don't you don't watch I always forget this do you watch any of them I'm not anymore I you know I binged at Lana yeah like two weeks like all the seasons I love yes I think my second favorite would be New York yeah yeah I just I haven't kept up on it honestly I am worried about New York that is when I I think without Bethany in the only thing I I have a note I have a production note for an idea of the executive producers bring Jules Erin back then yeah that would light that would like a liar again you know that we get some buzz familiar yeah so I was able to Jersey boys yes on to drop all I know New York Ramon is like one of my favorite character ever ever yeah she's a not but I love her hi Tom Bergeron did you see so Tom Bergeron cast ball the only what he did yeah Tom Bergeron went on Twitter so we announced the cast of dancing with the stars Tom obviously hosted and they cast one of the members is Sean Spicer former White House press secretary for president trump and Tom Bergeron basically I'll paraphrase this he tweeted goes a little thought about today's announcement and he basically said he he was with the producers and he begged them to keep the show non political in any way don't have it affiliated with Republicans or Democrats or anybody he goes because this show I'm paraphrasing Marshall should be a respite for all of this it should be just be glittery fine and by allowing someone from one party and you're kind you're you're you're not holding true to that yeah what do you think he pulled the curtain behind their meetings and what they talked about his opinion I think he wants to lose his job is what I think is happening can you imagine it how was he going to host the show and not all objective when he needs to be to be the host of the show but how will there be any kind of bitterness or even tone in his voice a look that he gives when he's introducing spicy yeah I know what how would you feel I'm just playing devil's advocate how would you feel if your Sean Spicer he does agree to do it you don't I mean I I right yeah we'd even think what his point of view shot in your songs Weisser you read this this this comment from the host of the show you're on I would feel a little crappy doctors and I'm playing doubles at right now absolutely right enough on the network I would be happy either because I'm gonna tell you on a small scale don you know this lex knows this if we did anything like this whole it we would there'd be meetings upon meetings be Arthur wouldn't be jokingly mad at us anymore it would be beyond the Arthur I I know if I did something like that on fox a following like railed on a decision they made you know we joke we joke with the Arthur but none of it's real she does fly broom that's the only thing that's real but anyway but if it if we really were vicious about another show or we would be in there would be a meeting there'd be so Tom obviously does not care about his job no no yeah and I I don't know if he's going to be hosting this season now because of this I I think I'll be fine this season but I think so it's talked to let's just say that yeah well spicy say in the competition yeah you think so I think so just work it out maybe that will be the first segment of the show yeah maybe that we have one of my all my yeah let's play red rover okay yeah they look at us yeah we're Hogan hugging and yeah Hey guys thanks to the Minnesota department health in Minnesota wait for sponsoring a lactation station a great place right right let's for moms all its wonderful yes we have a great rocking chairs in there from patio town we have water ed from Aquarius we have air conditioning so thank you so much for stopping by you know just change a baby in there nice and quiet we have white bees indict bees in the whole thing that's right all we're gonna take a break five forty are at five forty two eight forty two we'll return to wrap things up on day one of the fair right after this recently overheard on Donna and Steve law you know it's like on muted purple it's kind of got an undertone of gray and then there looks like it would go to the baseball like reunion there you know yeah but kept those pretty pink yeah it just yeah looks like maybe they worked up to Pepto pink they finally were like I let's finish and ma we appreciate what you've done you really helped us get something writer in my view of the question yeah it's a mauve Donna and nine to noon on my talk one of seven one everything entertainment hi.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The it's your next report is at six forty eight. Hey, Dave, you're sitting down there may actually be some more sunshine tomorrow you ready for that? No. Yeah. Some breaks in the clouds. It's going to be mainly cloudy tomorrow, but some sunshine forget about it today today. It's going to be cloudy these showers that we have now are gonna taper off a bit. But still the rest of the day some drizzle and sprinkles the high about fifty three degrees normal highs pretty close to sixty four southeast Winston at five to ten more of the same tonight down to forty four. And then tomorrow, mostly cloudy, some breaks in the clouds high of fifty three and then on Sunday for the marathon looks like race time temps in the forty s not much of a chance of rain slight chance a little better chance of showers in the afternoon and then on Monday and Tuesday, pretty good chance of rain right now. They're snow falling in some parts of east central Minnesota. Once you get say north of the Saint Claude area up towards the north shore in the iron range, even a little accumulation and far northern Minnesota. In the twin cities right now, we have Eastwood's less than ten miles an hour at the airport. It's forty four degrees headed for a high all the way to fifty three. Chad Hartman, weekdays noon to three we'll talk with congressman Jason Lewis from CBS news covering the White House. Major garrett. So much. There is not we will get to everything that is unfolding unraveling developing in the nation's apples with the Minnesota department health press. Thank you so much. Appreciate by listen to chat anytime, anywhere. Dot com slash Chad. Feeling disconnected from what's happening around town and the state. CEO keeps you plugged into Minnesota. We're connected. All four corners of this. Great state and the stories you wanna know about stay on and stay connected to your home. Tell the news the weather the traffic the talk these days, there's.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Welcome back WC midday nine to noon, the I'll be back tomorrow as well. We'll continue the conversation and try to bring a big agenda to you tomorrow as well. But on the agenda this election year and on the agenda for a lot of people is healthcare costs and news came out yesterday that the individual market rates across Minnesota will drop joining me now is just looming. Commissioner the department of commerce Commissioner welcome to WC. Much Bush could to be here say I just wanted to start with this annual process and kind of talk to our listeners and have you inform them about how rates are set and the role of the department commerce in setting those healthcare rates. Absolutely. And thank you for that. Again. We did make announcement yesterday. That announced the final approved. Health insurance rates for both the individual in the small group market and the role of the department of commerce is just it'd be really clear as we don't actually set insurance rates. What happens is the insurance companies put together products and put together their plans for the coming plan year. And they submit those to us. And what we do is. We evaluate them can make sure they meet both actuarial standards and are in compliance with state and federal laws, and then the Minnesota department health also reviews the plans to make sure they comply with requirements for adequacy of healthcare provider networks, and then we work together with them that we get proposed rates in the spring. And then yesterday, the final rates as approved were made available and the rates as a whole show some downward trends in prices, which as we've all ridden this roller coaster, and I'm on the individual market, and I through Mensur so well aware of kind of the way it works, but the rates are trending downward this year, right? Absolutely. And just for background. It's important for folks to remember that the individual market is available to folks like you and upper Minnesotans who do not have access to employer-based coverage don't participate in a public program like Medicare, Medicaid or Minnesota care. And it's really a as you said, it's our own individual market. There's about one hundred and fifty five thousand Minnesotans who participate in this market, most of them as like you. Turns its self employed and by their health care through the Mensur system. And so yes, you're exactly right. What we've seen is that the individual markets in Minnesota are very stable for twenty nineteen is a matter of fact, they are going down in terms of the average rate, and we see the district couple of reasons. One there lower utilization rates their lower cost per services being charged out. There also is a reinsurance program in place for playing your twenty nineteen and fundamentally because Minnesota's economy is strong. That also means we have a strong insurance marketplace. So when you talk about kind of the pool having, you know, there's less utilization of healthcare anybody who understands insurance, or if you don't understand insurance, you know, the more the idea of putting everybody in a pool and then at the end of the day if that pool over utilizes the health insurance, then you're gonna pay more the next year. And so that's where the. The people who did much better in math the actuaries come into play. But you talked about lower utilization. Is there a sense that the individual market pool has gotten younger or healthier some of the goals that we're trying to be achieved over these last few years? Yeah. I think it's a great question. And I want to echo your thank goodness for actuaries, which I am not. But I think you're you're right. What we're seeing is is that they individual market is actually healthier than anticipated. Okay. And which again results in lower utilization rates, and then also results in lower cost per visit for example, lower medical costs. But we're also seeing and and this is there's some speculation by the folks about sort of what's driving that. And there there's a few things that tend to be sort of leading in that discussion. And and one of one of those things is that the pent-up demand for health care have been met as we transferred and we created the individual market. And we created the access through men. Sure, there are a lot of people who didn't have health insurance before that do now. And so when that pent up demand can get met people can go to the doctor, and they can get the preventative care that also helps lower both utilization rates and cost got one of the things that you mentioned before was the reinsurance programming. Governor Dayton, the man that you serve at the pleasure of yesterday talked about kind of some of the investment that the state had to make in that reinsurance program, and that that might not be sustainable any sense of how much of this drop is because the state stepped up and tried to kind of bridge the delta and drive rates down a couple of years ago. Yeah. So as you know, we've we've tried a couple of things in Minnesota. And we we had the premium security plan in Minnesota for plan your twenty seventeen premium subsidy plan and that helps reduce rates directly for participants in the individual market who didn't receive tax credits. So there was that plan for twenty seventeen and then for twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen we'd had the Minnesota reinsurance programs in place. The estimate is that for twenty nineteen for plan. Your twenty nineteen the individual market rates are about twenty percent less than they otherwise would have been if we didn't have the reinsurance program. And then what do we know kind of as you? Compare these plans from year to year when you say that rates are going down ten percent or twenty seven percent or somewhere in that range. Is it the is it the same planners at comparable plan with similar benefits. Is that you're you're comparing apples to apples, right? So there's a couple we're hearing lots of things. And I think what's really helpful to keep in mind and just a back up a little bit. Again, is that you know, we put out these numbers about the as you say the seven point four to twenty seven percent decreases that that's an average over all of the plans that are being offered. Correct. And what's exciting about this year that we're really pleased with it. And again, this kind of goes to your bigger picture question, which is that there will be at least one carrier offering health insurance in the individual market in every county, and at least two carriers and eighty three counties. So there's four counties and only have one, but the restaurant have to and then there's at least four teen health plans in all the counties. So when we do our average is we're we're looking at every single one of the plans in every single one of what we call the metal categories across the whole state. Okay. So I think that just let's stop there for a secretary. Because I think I think that's one of the things especially in greater Minnesota that people have been frustrated with is that maybe there wasn't competition in their county on the individual market. And we we can. Acknowledge that premium costs have been a little higher in greater Minnesota than they have been in the metro area. But we are saying is there's more competition. There's more likely to be two more plans to or more plans in some of those counties that there's only four counties in Minnesota that only have one plan option this year. Actually, I it's even better than that. So there's only four counties that only have one carrier. That's what I meant. Yup. Yup. So one insurance company and even that insurance companies offering fourteen different plans to choose from got it. Yep. That's that's fourteen different. You know levels that's fourteen different provider networks, that's a fourteen different ways to sort of make sure that each individual person that shopping in Mensur China right plan for themselves, and that's the minimum number in many of the counties across the state. We have significantly more plans and more carriers. Okay. So the rates are out. Now, people can look at the rates and then when can they start enrolling great. Thanks for asking. To open enrollment starts on November first, and we really really encourage folks to visit men sure. And to work with better navigators to work with their they also face to face. Yup. Guidance available. And and again, it's it's the great thing about the individual market. Is it really can be a place where people can find the best coverage for themselves and their families based on the costs as well as their healthcare needs and so- November first we really want folks to make sure that they go through. So you can get access to the tax credits that are available to many people who qualify for them. And then make sure that you know that you participate in health insurance. Sounds great Commissioner, Jessica illumine. Thanks for joining us this morning. Thank you so much. Blaisdell synon- midday just for full disclosure in case people don't know, I work with you care one of the carriers that we were talking about there. But this is about the whole state plan. The fact that rates are going down. And I remember very vividly as rates went up and rates became unaffordable. And some of these plans became unaffordable. How I heard about it everywhere. I went and so I think not everybody's on the individual market, many people, get employer care, many people are in smog groups, but if you're on the individual market, it has been a change in behavior for you of how you.

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

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"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota department health" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Who provides the most current traffic updates who has the best coverage in minnesota no surprise that your answer for news traffic and weather is minnesota's one and only co questions you've come to the right place news radio eight three oh answers chad hartman weekdays noon to three we will talk with congressman jason lewis from cbs news covering the white house the major garrett so much there is not we will get to everything that is unfolding unraveling developing in the nation's apples ariza with the minnesota department health press thank you so much appreciate the time listen to jazz anytime anywhere dot com slash chat number one the bca confirms now that a sixteen year old was shot and killed by carver county sheriff's deputies today at a home in chan has friends at the scene identify the teen is archer morosi vca says the teen was reported to be suicidal and threatening his mother with a bat and knives number two senator john mccain says if president trump is not prepared to hold vladimir putin accountable mondays planned summit between the two men should not take place mccain statement comes after the justice department announced charges today against twelve russian intelligence officers accused of interfering in the two thousand sixteen presidential election by hacking democratic accounts.

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